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Sebastian Adrian began his work at the Hans-Bredow-Institut as a student assistant in 2014. In 2016, he was employed as a junior researcher.
For people with disabilities, participation in society without media is barely feasible. For the first time ever, this study analyses quantitatively their differing use of media, which barriers they are confronted with and what expectations they have.
Adrian, S.; Hölig, S.; Hasebrink, U., Bosse, I.; Haage, A. (2017): Mediennutzung von Menschen mit Beeinträchtigungen. Medienbezogene Handlungen, Barrieren und Erwartungen einer heterogenen Zielgruppe [Media Use of People with Disabilities. Media-Related Actions, Barriers and Expectations i...
Adrian, S.; Dama, S.; Müller, P.; Selck, D. (2016): STRAIN – Strafverfolgung im Internet. Eine qualitative Untersuchung zur Wahrnehmung deutscher Polizeibehörden bei der Online-Strafverfolgung von Betäubungsmitteldelikten [STRAIN - Law Enforcement on the Internet. A Qualitative...
Rechlitz, M.; Lampert, C; in cooperation with S. Adrian, S. Dreyer & U. Hasebrink (2015): Jugendschutzsoftware im Erziehungsalltag. Akzeptanz und Einsatz technischer Hilfsmittel in der elterlichen Medienerziehung [Youth Protection Software in Parental Life. Acceptance and Application of Technica...
"Overwhelmed by the Internet? Police Perception of Online Drug Trafficking", presentation by S. Adrian at the Spring Common Session “Crimes Against Reality” within the Common Study Programme on Criminal Justice and Critical Criminology on 5th Mai 2015 in Hamburg (in collaboration witht Mallika Saras...
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