Beiträge auf Jahrestagung der ICA 2021

Auf der pandemiebedingt virtuellen Jahrestagung der International Communication Association ICA vom 27.-31. Mai 2021 in Denver (USA) sind zahlreiche Forscherinnen und Forscher des Instituts für Publizistik mit stolzen 18 Beiträgen vertreten und werden ihre Arbeiten dem internationalen Fachpublikum präsentieren. Zwei der Beiträge wurden zudem mit Preisen ausgezeichnet – herzlichen Glückwunsch!


Beckert, J. & Koch, T. Isn’t it obvious? How the prominence of brand placements moderates disclosure effects in sponsored content of social media influencers.


Castro, L., Strömbäck, J., Esser, F., Van Aelst, P., de Vreese, C., Aalberg, T., Cardenal, A., Corbu, N., Hopmann, D., Koc-Michalska, K., Matthes, J., Schemer, C., Sheafer, T., Splendore, S., Stanyer, J., Stetka, V., Theocharis, Y. & Stepinska, A. The Anatomy of European Political Information Environments: A Demand-Driven Analysis of How They Perform and Inform Democracy. – Top Faculty Paper –


Geiß, S. & Kepplinger, H. M. Are all news created equal? How event types change news emphasis and interact with news factors.


Gilbert, A., Baumgartner, S. E., & Reinecke, L. Situational boundary conditions of digital stress: Goal conflicts and autonomy frustration make smartphone use stressful.


Hagelstein, J., Borchers, N. S. & Beckert, J. Less is more? Effects of multiple influencer endorsements on perceived authenticity and brand attitude.


Jost, P. Social mediatization? A longitudinal perspective on how politicians adapt to new media logic.


Jürgens, P. & Stark, B. Mapping Exposure Diversity: The Divergent Effects of Algorithmic Curation on News Consumption.


Kreling, R., Meier, A., & Reinecke, L. #authentic? Differences in users’ state authenticity across Instagram stories and posts. – Top Paper Award –


Kruschinski, S., Haßler, J., Bene, M., Ceron, A., Fenoll, V., Larsson, A.O., Magin, M., Schlosser, K. & Wurst, A.-K. Keep them engaged! A 12-country investigation of content features provoking user engagement on parties’ Facebook posts in the 2019 European Elections.


Kruschinski, S., Baranowski, P., Rußmann, U., Haßler, J., Magin, M., Bene, M., Ceron, A., Lilleker, D. & Jackson, D. Patterns of Negative Campaigning during the 2019 European Election: Political Parties’ Facebook Posts and Users’ Sharing Behavior across Twelve Countries.


Meier, A., & Reinecke, L. Social media and mental health: Reviewing effects on eudaimonic well-being.


Schäfer, S., Sülflow, M. & Reiners, L. Hate Speech as an Indicator for the State of the Society: Effects of Hateful User Comments on Perceived Social Dynamics.


Schnauber-Stockmann, A., Weber, M., Reinecke, L., Schemer, C., Müller, K., Beutel, M., & Stark, B. Mobile (Self-)Socialization: The Role of Mobile Media and Communication in Autonomy and Relationship Development in Adolescence.


Schneider, F., Lutz, S., Halfmann, A., Meier, A., & Reinecke, L. How and when do mobile media demands impact well-being? Explicating the integrative model of mobile media use and need experiences (IM3UNE).


Schneiders, P. News from the user's perspective: With naivety to validity.


Viehmann, C., Ziegele, M. & Quiring, O. Communication, Cohesion, and Corona: People’s Use of Information Sources and their Sense of Societal Cohesion.


Viererbl, B. & Koch, T. Too much of a good thing? How the extent of CSR communication and the level of CSR activity affect the public perception of corporate social responsibility. 


Van Aelst, P., Toth, F., Castro, L., Stetka, V., de Vreese, C., Cardenal, A., Corbu, N., Esser, F., Hopmann, D., Matthes, J., Koc-Michalska, K., Schemer, C., Sheafer, T., Stanyer, J., Strömbäck, J., Splendore, S., Stepinska, A. & Theocharis, Y. Does a crisis change news habits? A comparative study of the effects of COVID-19 on news media use in 17 European countries.

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