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Reichow, Dennis; Friemel, Thomas N (2020). Mobile communication, social presence, and perceived security on public transport. Mobile Media & Communication, 8(2):268-292.
Zerback, Thomas; Reinemann, Carsten; van Aelst, Peter; Masini, Andrea (2020). Was Lampedusa a key event for immigration news? An analysis of the effects of the Lampedusa disaster on immigration coverage in Germany, Belgium, and Italy. Journalism Studies, 21(6):748-765.
Humprecht, Edda; Hellmüller, Lea; Lischka, Juliane A (2020). Hostile emotions in news comments: A cross-national analysis of Facebook discussions. Social Media and Society:1-12.
Humprecht, Edda (2020). How do they debunk “fake news”? A cross-national comparison of transparency in fact checks. Digital Journalism, 8(3):310-327.
Reiss, Michael V; Tsvetkova, Milena (2020). Perceiving education from Facebook profile pictures. New Media & Society, 22(3):550-570.
Francis, Zoë; Sieber, Vanda; Job, Veronika (2020). You seem tired, but so am I: Willpower theories and intention to provide support in romantic relationships. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 37(3):738-757.
Schwaiger, Lisa; Vogler, Daniel; Schneider, Jörg; Eisenegger, Mark; Djukic, Mihael (2020). How individual news media repertoires shape the reputation of religious organizations: The case of the Catholic Church in Austria. Journal of Media and Religion, 19(1):1-11.
Zeng, Jing (2020). #MeToo as connective action: a study of the anti-sexual violence and anti-sexual harassment campaign on Chinese social media in 2018. Journalism Practice, 14(2):171-190.
Kessler, Sabrina Heike; Fähnrich, Birte; Schäfer, Mike S (2020). Science communication research in the German-speaking countries: A content analysis of conference abstracts. Studies in Communication Sciences, 19(2):243-251.
Koch, Carmen; Saner, Mirco; Schäfer, Mike S; Herrmann-Giovanelli, Iris; Metag, Julia (2020). “Space means science, unless it’s about Star Wars”: A qualitative assessment of science communication audience segments. Public Understanding of Science, 29(2):157-175.
Humprecht, Edda; Esser, Frank; Van Aelst, Peter (2020). Resilience to online disinformation: A framework for cross-national comparative research. International Journal of Press/Politics:Epub ahead of print.
Kaiser, Johannes (2020). Disentangling the effects of thematic information and emphasis frames and the suppression of issue-specific argument effects through value-resonant framing. Political Communication, 37(1):1-19.
Wirz, Dominique Stefanie; Wettstein, Martin; Schulz, Anne; Ernst, Nicole; Schemer, Christian; Wirth, Werner (2019). How populist crisis rhetoric affects voters in Switzerland. Studies in Communication Sciences, 19(1):69-83.
Udris, Linards (2019). Political communication in and about crises. Potentials of a fragmented field. Studies in Communication Sciences, 19(1):131-152.
Büchi, Moritz; Festic, Noemi; Latzer, Michael (2019). Digital overuse and subjective well-being in a digitized society. Social Media and Society, 5(4):1-12.
Stahel, Lea; Schön, Constantin (2019). Female journalists under attack? Explaining gender differences in reactions to audiences’ attacks. New Media & Society:Epub ahead of print.
Marwick, Alice; Hargittai, Eszter (2019). Nothing to hide, nothing to lose? Incentives and disincentives to sharing information with institutions online. Information, Communication and Society, 22(12):1697-1713.
Esser, Frank (2019). Advances in comparative political communication research through contextualization and cumulation of evidence. Political Communication, 36(4):680-686.
Kessler, Sabrina Heike; Schmidt-Weitmann, Sabine (2019). Diseases and Emotions: An Automated Content Analysis of Health Narratives in Inquiries to an Online Health Consultation Service. Health Communication:Epub ahead of print.
Blassnig, Sina; Engesser, Sven; Ernst, Nicole; Esser, Frank (2019). Hitting a nerve: populist news articles lead to more frequent and more populist reader comments. Political Communication, 36(4):629-651.
Blassnig, Sina; Wirz, Dominique S (2019). Populist and popular: an experiment on the drivers of user reactions to populist posts on Facebook. Social Media and Society, 5(4):1-12.
Füchslin, Tobias (2019). Science communication scholars use more and more segmentation analyses: Can we take them to the next level? Public Understanding of Science, 28(7):854-864.
Kindschi, Martin; Cieciuch, Jan; Davidov, Eldad; Ehlert, Alexander; Rauhut, Heiko; Tessone, Claudio J; Algesheimer, René (2019). Values in adolescent friendship networks. Network Science (New York):1-25.
Kelly, Finnian; Fröhlich, Andrea; Dellwo, Volker; Forth, Oscar; Kent, Samuel; Alexander, Anil (2019). Evaluation of VOCALISE under conditions reflecting those of a real forensic voice comparison case (forensic_eval_01). Speech Communication, 112:30-36.
Leuchtmann, Lorena; Milek, Anne; Bernecker, Katharina; Nussbeck, Fridtjof W; Backes, Sabine; Martin, Mike; Zemp, Martina; Brandstätter, Veronika; Bodenmann, Guy (2019). Temporal dynamics of couples’ communication behaviors in conflict discussions. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 36(9):2937-2960.
Kessler, Sabrina Heike; Zillich, Arne Freya (2019). Searching online for information about vaccination: Assessing the influence of user-specific cognitive factors using eye-tracking. Health Communication, 34(10):1150-1158.
Martin, Annika A; Hill, Patrick L; Allemand, Mathias (2019). Attachment predicts transgression frequency and reactions in romantic couples’ daily life. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 36(8):2247-2267.
Hässler, Tabea; Shnabel, Nurit; Ullrich, Johannes; Arditti-Vogel, Anat; SimanTov-Nachlieli, Ilanit (2019). Individual differences in system justification predict power and morality-related needs in advantaged and disadvantaged groups in response to group disparity. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 22(5):746-766.
Katsarov, Johannes; Christen, Markus; Schmocker, David; Tanner, Carmen; Mauerhofer, Ralf (2019). Training moral sensitivity through video games: a review of suitable game mechanisms. Games and Culture, 14(4):344-366.
Lischka, Juliane A (2019). Strategic communication as discursive institutional work: a critical discourse analysis of Mark Zuckerberg’s legitimacy talk at the European Parliament. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 13(3):197-213.
Pellegrino, Elisa (2019). The effect of healthy aging on within-speaker rhythmic variability: A case study on Noam Chomsky. Loquens, 6(1):e060.
Geber, Sarah; Baumann, Eva; Klimmt, Christoph (2019). Where do norms come from? Peer communication as a factor in normative social influences on risk behavior. Communication Research, 46(5):708-730.
Latzer, Michael; Festic, Noemi (2019). A guideline for understanding and measuring algorithmic governance in everyday life. Internet Policy Review, 8(2):1-19.
Lischka, Juliane A (2019). Strategic renewal during technology change: Tracking the digital journey of legacy news companies. Journal of Media Business Studies, 16(3):182-201.
Oehmer, Franziska; Jarren, Otfried (2019). Foundations as organisational science policy interfaces? An analysis of the references to foundations made during parliamentary debates in the German federal parliament. Journal of Science Communication, 18(3):1-18.
Blassnig, Sina; Ernst, Nicole; Büchel, Florin; Engesser, Sven; Esser, Frank (2019). Populism in Online Election Coverage : analyzing populist statements by politicians, journalists, and readers in three countries. Journalism Studies, 20(8):1110-1129.
Kessler, Sabrina Heike; Engelmann, Ines (2019). Why do we click? Investigating reasons for user selection on a news aggregator website. Communications : European Journal of Communication Research, 44(2):225-247.
Füchslin, Tobias; Schäfer, Mike S; Metag, Julia (2019). Who wants to be a citizen scientist? Identifying the potential of citizen science and target segments in Switzerland. Public Understanding of Science, 28(6):652-668.
Wettstein, Martin; Esser, Frank; Büchel, Florin; Schemer, Christian; Wirz, Dominique S; Schulz, Anne; Ernst, Nicole; Engesser, Sven; Müller, Philipp; Wirth, Werner (2019). What Drives Populist Styles? Analyzing Immigration and Labor Market News in 11 Countries. Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 96(2):516-536.
Phan, Quang Anh (2019). Challenges and opportunities for the online gaming industry in Vietnam: A qualitative study on the thoughts of involved parties. Creative Industries Journal, 12(3):248-271.
Loi, Michele; Christen, Markus; Kleine, Nadine; Weber, Karsten (2019). Cybersecurity in health – disentangling value tensions. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 17(2):229-245.
Esser, Frank (2019). Comparative international studies of election campaign communication: what should happen next? Journalism, 20(8):1124-1138.
Geber, Sarah (2019). Do self-perceived opinion leaders actually lead opinions? Evidence from an observational study on political conversations. Communication Research Reports, 36(3):209-219.
Micheli, Marina; Redmiles, Elissa M.; Hargittai, Eszter (2019). Help wanted: young adults’ sources of support for questions about digital media. Information, Communication and Society:Epub ahead of print.
Ernst, Nicole; Esser, Frank; Blassnig, Sina; Engesser, Sven (2019). Favorable opportunity structures for populist communication: comparing different types of politicians and issues in social media, television and the press. International Journal of Press/Politics, 24(2):165-188.
Grosser, Katherine M; Hase, Valerie; Wintterlin, Florian (2019). Trustworthy or shady? Exploring the influence of verifying and visualizing UGC on online journalism's trustworthiness. Journalism Studies, 20(4):500-522.
Blumler, Jay G; Esser, Frank (2019). Mediatization as a combination of push and pull forces: examples during the 2015 UK general election campaign. Journalism, 20(7):855-872.
Kaiser, Johannes; Kleinen-von Königslöw, Katharina (2019). Partisan journalism and the issue framing of the Euro crisis: Comparing political parallelism of German and Spanish online news. Journalism, 20(2):331-348.
Kleinen-von Königslöw, Katharina; Post, Senja; Schäfer, Mike S (2019). How news media (de-)legitimize national and international climate politics – A content analysis of newspaper coverage in five countries. The International Communication Gazette, 81(6-8):518-540.
Lischka, Juliane A (2019). A Badge of Honor? How The New York Times discredits President Trump’s fake news accusations. Journalism Studies, 20(2):287-304.
Geber, Sarah; Baumann, Eva; Czerwinski, Fabian; Klimmt, Christoph (2019). The effects of social norms among peer groups on risk behavior: A multilevel approach to differentiate perceived and collective norms. Communication Research:1-27.
Keller, Tobias R.; Klinger, Ulrike (2019). Social bots in election campaigns: theoretical, empirical, and methodological implications. Political Communication, 36(1):171-189.
Esser, Frank; Neuberger, Christoph (2019). Realizing the democratic functions of journalism in the digital age: new alliances and a return to old values. Journalism, 20(1):194-197.
Weiss, Daniel (2019). The conflict about the 1940 Katyn’ massacre and the 2010 declaration of the Russian State Duma. In: Berrocal, Martina; Salamurović, Aleksandra. Political Discourse in Central, Eastern and Balkan Europe. Amsterdam-Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company, 39-68.
Hübscher, Iris; Wagner, Laura; Prieto, Pilar (2019). Three-year-olds infer polite stance from intonation and facial cues. Journal of Politeness Research: Language, Behaviour, Culture:825-862.
Mäder, Marie-Therese; Soto-Sanfiel, María T. (2019). „We are open-minded, tolerant, and care for other people.“: comparing audience responses to religion in documentaries. Journal of Media and Religion, 18(3):98-114.
Kaiser, Johannes; Keller, Tobias R.; Kleinen-von Königslöw, Katharina (2018). Incidental news exposure on Facebook as a social experience: the influence of recommender and media cues on news selection. Communication Research:1-23.
Wettstein, Martin; Esser, Frank; Schulz, Anne; Wirz, Dominique S; Wirth, Werner (2018). News Media as Gatekeepers, Critics, and Initiators of Populist Communication: How Journalists in Ten Countries Deal with the Populist Challenge. International Journal of Press/Politics, 23(4):476-495.
de Vreese, Claes H.; Aalberg, Toni; Esser, Frank; Reinemann, Carsten; Stanyer, James (2018). Populism as an expression of political communication content and style: a new perspective. International Journal of Press/Politics, 23(8):423-438.
Wirz, Dominique S; Wettstein, Martin; Schulz, Anne; Müller, Philipp; Schemer, Christian; Ernst, Nicole; Esser, Frank; Wirth, Werner (2018). The Effects of Right-Wing Populist Communication on Emotions and Cognitions toward Immigrants. International Journal of Press/Politics, 23(4):496-516.
Hundt, Marianne (2018). It is time that this (should) be studied across a broader range of Englishes: a global trip around mandative subjunctives. In: Deshors, Sandra C. Modeling World Englishes. Assessing the interplay of emancipation and globalization of ESL varieties. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing, 217-244.
Rauchfleisch, Adrian; Schäfer, Mike S (2018). Structure and development of science communication research. Co-citation analysis of a developing field. JCOM : Journal of Science Communication, 17(3):1-21.
Hargittai, Eszter; Füchslin, Tobias; Schäfer, Mike S (2018). How do young adults engage with science and research on social media? Some preliminary findings and an agenda for future research. Social Media and Society, 4(3):1-10.
Schulz, Anne; Wirth, Werner; Müller, Philipp (2018). We are the people and you are fake news: a social identity approach to populist citizens’ false consensus and hostile media perceptions. Communication Research:1-26.
Calvo Salgado, Luís Manuel; Langa Nuño, Concha; Prieto, Moisés (2018). An Audio-Visual approach to the Spanish transition. Tele-revista, A Swiss TV News Magazine for Spanish immigrants. Media History, 24:1-16.
Van Der Velden, Mariken; Schumacher, Gijs; Vis, Barbara (2018). Living in the past or living in the future? Analyzing parties’ platform change in between elections, the Netherlands 1997–2014. Political Communication, 35(3):393-412.
Castro Herrero, Laia; Skovsgaard, Morten; Nir, Lilach (2018). Bridging gaps in cross-cutting media exposure: the role of public service broadcasting. Political Communication, 35(4):542-565.
Micheli, Marina; Lutz, Christoph; Büchi, Moritz (2018). Digital footprints: an emerging dimension of digital inequality. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 16(3):242-251.
Humprecht, Edda (2018). Where ‘fake news’ flourishes : a comparison across four Western democracies. Information, Communication and Society, 21:1-16.
Cingel, Drew P; Hargittai, Eszter (2018). The relationship between childhood rules about technology use and later-life academic achievement among young adults. Communication review, 21(2):131-152.
Klawitter, Erin; Hargittai, Eszter (2018). Shortcuts to well being? Evaluating the credibility of online health information through multiple complementary heuristics. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 62(2):251-268.
Johann, David; Königslöw, Katharina Kleinen-von; Kritzinger, Sylvia; Thomas, Kathrin (2018). Intra-campaign changes in voting preferences: the impact of media and party communication. Political Communication, 35(2):261-286.
Just, Natascha; Puppis, Manuel (2018). Moving beyond self-castigation: let’s reinvigorate communication policy research now! Journal of Communication, 68(2):327-336.
Keller, Tobias R.; Kleinen-von Königslöw, Katharina (2018). Followers, spread the message! Predicting the success of Swiss politicians on Facebook and Twitter. Social Media and Society, 4(1):1-11.
Shaw, Aaron; Hargittai, Eszter (2018). The pipeline of online participation inequalities: the case of Wikipedia editing. Journal of Communication, 68(1):143-168.
Gergle, Darren; Hargittai, Eszter (2018). A methodological pilot for gathering data through text-messaging to study question-asking in everyday life. Mobile Media & Communication, 6(2):197-214.
Schäfer, Mike S; Füchslin, Tobias; Metag, Julia; Kristiansen, Silje Theresa; Rauchfleisch, Adrian (2018). The different audiences of science communication: A segmentation analysis of the Swiss population’s perceptions of science and their information and media use patterns. Public Understanding of Science, 27(7):836-856.
Caswell, David; Dörr, Konstantin (2018). Automated Journalism 2.0: Event-driven narratives. From simple descriptions to real stories. Journalism Practice, 12(4):477-496.
Blackmore, Lisa Marie (2018). Collective memory and research-led filmmaking: spatial legacies of dictatorship in the Dominican Republic. Popular Communication, 16(2):90-105.
Humprecht, Edda; Esser, Frank (2018). Diversity in Online News: On the importance of ownership types and media system types. Journalism Studies, 19(12):1825-1847.
Burkart, Judith M; Guerreiro Martins, Eloisa; Miss, Fabia; Zürcher, Yvonne (2018). From sharing food to sharing information: Cooperative breeding and language evolution. Interaction Studies : Social Behaviour and Communication in Biological and Artificial Systems, 19(1/2):136-150.
Verhoeven, Marcel; von Rimscha, M Bjørn; Krebs, Isabelle; Siegert, Gabriele; Sommer, Christoph (2018). Identifying paths to audience success of media products: the media decision-makers’ perspective. International Journal on Media Management, 20(1):51-77.
Leupold, Anna; Klinger, Ulrike; Jarren, Otfried (2018). Imagining the city: how local journalism depicts social cohesion. Journalism Studies, 19(7):960-982.
Humprecht, Edda; Esser, Frank (2018). Mapping digital journalism: Comparing 48 news websites from six countries. Journalism, 19(4):500-518.
Wallace, Julian (2018). Modelling contemporary gatekeeping: the rise of individuals, algorithms and platforms in digital news dissemination. Digital Journalism, 6(3):274-293.
Horn, Andrea B; Samson, Andrea C; Debrot, Anik; Perrez, Meinrad (2018). Positive humor in couples as interpersonal emotion regulation. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships:026540751878819.
Gloor, Jamie Lee; Li, Xinxin; Puhl, Rebecca M (2018). Predictors of parental leave support: Bad news for (big) dads and a policy for equality. Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 21(5):810-830.
Schäfer, Mike S; Metag, Julia; Feustle, J; Herzog, L (2018). Selling science 2.0: What scientific projects receive crowdfunding online? Public Understanding of Science, 27(5):496-514.
Breitenstein, Christina J; Milek, Anne; Nussbeck, Fridtjof W; Davila, Joanne; Bodenmann, Guy (2018). Stress, dyadic coping, and relationship satisfaction in late adolescent couples. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 35(5):770-790.
Arbib, Michael A; Aboitiz, Francisco; Burkart, Judith M; Corballis, Michael C; Coudé, Gino; Hecht, Erin; Liebal, Katja; Myowa-Yamakoshi, Masako; Pustejovsky, James; Putt, Shelby S; Rossano, Federico; Russon, Anne E; Schoenemann, P Thomas; Seifert, Uwe; Semendeferi, Katerina; Sinha, Chris; Stout, Dietrich; Volterra, Virginia; Wacewicz, Slawomir; Wilson, Benjamin (2018). The comparative neuroprimatology 2018 (CNP-2018) road map for research on How the Brain Got Language. Interaction Studies : Social Behaviour and Communication in Biological and Artificial Systems, 19(1/2):371-388.
Sommer, Florian (2018). The historical morphology of definiteness in Baltic. Indo-European Linguistics, 6:152-200.
Müller, Philipp; Schemer, Christian; Wettstein, Martin; Schulz, Anne; Wirz, Dominique; Engesser, Sven; Wirth, Werner (2017). The polarizing impact of news coverage on populist attitudes in the public: evidence from a panel study in four european democracies. Journal of Communication, 67(6):968-992.
Tamborini, Ronald; Hofer, Matthias; Prabhu, Sujay; Grall, Clare; Novotny, Eric Robert; Hahn, Lindsay; Klebig, Brian (2017). The impact of terrorist attack news on moral intuitions and outgroup prejudice. Mass Communication and Society, 20(6):800-824.
Pfeifer, Patricia (2017). The spectator in the interval : Corneliu Porumboiu's The second game (2014) and Marta Popivoda's Mass ornament #1 (2013). Studies in Eastern European Cinema, Vol. 8(3):232-251.
Humprecht, Edda; Esser, Frank (2017). A glass ceiling in the online age? Explaining the underrepresentation of women in online political news. European Journal of Communication, 32(5):439-456.
Rauchfleisch, Adrian; Artho, Xenia; Metag, Julia; Post, Senja; Schäfer, Mike S (2017). How journalists verify online sources during terrorist crises. Analyzing Twitter communication during the Brussels attacks. Social Media and Society, 3(3):online.
Metag, Julia; Füchslin, Tobias; Schäfer, Mike S. (2017). Global Warming’s Five Germanys. A Typology of Germans’ Views on Climate Change and their Patterns of Media Use and Information. Public Understanding of Science, 26(4):434-451.
Widmer, Manuel; Zemp, Marius (2017). The epistemization of person markers in reported speech. Studies in Language, 41(4):33-75.
Rieger, Diana; Hofer, Matthias (2017). How movies can ease the fear of death: the survival or death of the protagonists in meaningful movies. Mass Communication and Society, 20(5):710-733.
Krebs, Isabelle (2017). Does the brand affect the quality perception of news articles? – An experimental study on news media brands in Switzerland. Journal of Media Business Studies, 14(4):235-256.
Gasparyan, Mikael; Braun, Torsten; Schiller, Eryk Jerzy (2017). L-SCN: Layered SCN architecture with supernodes and Bloom filters. In: 2017 14th IEEE Annual Consumer Communications & Networking Conference (CCNC), Las Vegas, 8 February 2017 - 11 February 2017, 899-904.
Just, Natascha; Büchi, Moritz; Latzer, Michael (2017). A blind spot in public broadcasters' discovery of the public: how the public values public service. International Journal of Communication, 11:992-1011.
Büchi, Moritz; Just, Natascha; Latzer, Michael (2017). Caring is not enough: the importance of Internet skills for online privacy protection. Information, Communication and Society, 20(8):1261-1278.
Ernst, Nicole; Kühne, Rinaldo; Wirth, Werner (2017). Effects of Message Repetition and Negativity on Credibility Judgments and Political Attitudes. International Journal of Communication:3265-3285.
Guenther, Lars; Kessler, Sabrina Heike (2017). Epistemological dimensions on screen: The role of television presentations in changing conceptions about the nature of knowledge and knowing. Communications : European Journal of Communication Research, 42(4):481-501.
Lischka, Juliane A (2017). Explicit terror prevention versus vague civil liberty: How the UK broadcasting news (de)legitimatise online mass surveillance since Edward Snowden's revelations. Information, Communication and Society, 20(5):665-682.
Ernst, Nicole; Engesser, Sven; Büchel, Florin; Blassnig, Sina; Esser, Frank (2017). Extreme parties and populism: an analysis of Facebook and Twitter across six countries. Information, Communication and Society, 20(9):1347-1364.
Kessler, Sabrina Heike; Guenther, Lars (2017). Eyes on the frame: Explaining people's online searching behavior in response to TV consumption. Internet Research, 27(2):303-320.
Just, Natascha; Latzer, Michael (2017). Governance by algorithms: reality construction by algorithmic selection on the Internet. Media, Culture & Society, 39(2):238-258.
Ruch, Willibald; Hofmann, Jennifer (2017). Humorous TV ads and the 3WD: Evidence for generalizability of humour appreciation across media? European Journal of Humour Research, 5(4):194-215.
Post, Senja (2017). Incivility in controversies : The influence of presumed media influence und perceived media hostility on the antagonists in the German conflict over aircraft noise. Communication Research, 44(8):1149-1175.
Metag, Julia; Rauchfleisch, Adrian (2017). Journalist's use of political tweets: Functions for journalistic work and the role of perceived influences. Digital Journalism, 5(9):1155-1172.
Metag, Julia; Rauchfleisch, Adrian (2017). Journalists’ use of political tweets: Functions for journalistic work and the role of perceived influences. Digital Journalism, 5(9):1155-1172.
Kolly, Marie-José; Boula de Mareüil, Philippe; Leemann, Adrian; Dellwo, Volker (2017). Listeners use temporal information to identify French- and English-accented speech. Speech Communication, 86:121-134.
Büchi, Moritz (2017). Microblogging as an extension of science reporting. Public Understanding of Science, 26(8):953-968.
Landert, Daniela; Miscione, Gianluca (2017). Narrating the stories of leaked data: The changing role of journalists after Wikileaks and Snowden. Discourse, Context & Media, 19:13-21.
Hargittai, Eszter; Dobransky, Kerry (2017). Old Dogs, New Clicks: Digital Inequality in Internet Skills and Uses among Older Adults. Canadian Journal of Communication, 42(2):195-212.
Engesser, Sven; Ernst, Nicole; Esser, Frank; Büchel, Florin (2017). Populism and social media: how politicians spread a fragmented ideology. Information, Communication and Society, 20(8):1109-1126.
Rauchfleisch, Adrian (2017). The public sphere as an essentially contested concept: A co-citation analysis of the last 20 years of public sphere research. Communication and the Public, 2(1):3-18.
Kus, Michal; Eberwein, Tobias; Porlezza, Colin; Splendore, Sergio (2017). Training or Improvisation? Citizen journalists and their educational backgrounds - a comparative view. Journalism Practice, 11(2-3):355-372.
Porlezza, Colin (2017). Under the Influence: Advertisers’ Impact on the Content of Swiss Free Newspapers. Media and Communication, 5(2):31-40.
Thurman, Neil; Dörr, Konstantin; Kunert, Jessica (2017). When reporters get hands-on with robo-writing: professionals consider automated journalism’s capabilities and consequences. Digital Journalism, 5(10):1240-1259.
Backes, Sabine; Brandstätter, Veronika; Kuster, Monika; Nussbeck, Fridtjof W; Bradbury, Thomas N; Bodenmann, Guy; Sutter-Stickel, Dorothee (2017). Who suffers from stress? Action-state orientation moderates the effect of external stress on relationship satisfaction. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 34(6):894-914.
Heilig, Christoph (2017). Introduction. In: Heilig, Christoph. Hidden criticism?: the methodology and plausibility of the search for a counter-imperial subtext in Paul. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, XI-XVI.
Büchi, Moritz; Just, Natascha; Latzer, Michael (2016). Modeling the second-level digital divide: A five-country study of social differences in Internet use. New Media & Society, 18(11):2703-2722.
Hayashi, Kaori; Curran, James; Kwak, Sunyoung; Esser, Frank; Hallin, Daniel C; Lee, Chin-Chuan (2016). Pride and prejudice: A five-nation comparative study of television news coverage of the Olympics. Journalism Studies, 17(8):935-951.
Dobransky, Kerry; Hargittai, Eszter (2016). Unrealized Potential : Exploring the Digital Disability Divide. Poetics, 58:18-28.
Post, Senja; Maier, M (2016). Stakeholders' rationales for representing of scientific uncertainties of biotechnological Research. Public Understanding of Science, 25(8):944-960.
Büchi, Moritz (2016). Measurement invariance in comparative Internet use research. Studies in Communication Sciences, 16(1):61-69.
Friemel, Thomas N (2016). The digital divide has grown old: Determinants of a digital divide among seniors. New Media & Society, 18(2):313-331.
Hargittai, Eszter; Marwick, Alice (2016). "What Can I Really Do?" : Explaining the Privacy Paradox with Online Apathy. International Journal of Communication, 10:3737-3757.
Odağ, Özen; Hofer, Matthias; Schneider, Frank M; Knop, Katharina (2016). Testing measurement equivalence of eudaimonic and hedonic entertainment motivations in a cross-cultural comparison. Journal of Intercultural Communication, 45(2):108-125.
Umbricht, Andrea; Esser, Frank (2016). The push to popularize politics: Understanding the audience-friendly packaging of political news in six media systems since the 1960s. Journalism Studies, 17(1):100-121.
Porlezza, Colin; Splendore, Sergio (2016). Accountability and transparency of entrepreneurial journalism: unresolved ethical issues in crowdfunded journalism projects. Journalism Practice, 10(2):196-216.
Grubenmann, Stephanie (2016). Action research: collaborative research for the improvement of digital journalism practice. Digital Journalism, 4(1):160-176.
Eberwein, Tobias; Porlezza, Colin (2016). Both sides of the story: communication ethics in mediatized worlds. Journal of Communication, 66(2):328-342.
Büchel, Florin; Humprecht, Edda; Castro Herrero, Laia; Engesser, Sven; Brüggemann, Michael (2016). Building Empirical Typologies with QCA : Toward a Classification of Media Systems. International Journal of Press/Politics, 21(2):209-232.
Post, Senja (2016). Communicating science in public controversies. Strategic considerations of the German climate scientists. Public Understanding of Science, 25(1):61-70.
Maier, M; Milde, J; Post, S; Barkela, B; Ruhrmann, G (2016). Communicating scientific evidence: scientists’, journalists’ and audiences’ expectations and evaluations regarding the representation of scientific uncertainty. Communications : European Journal of Communication Research:239-264.
Hofer, Matthias (2016). Effects of light-hearted and serious entertainment on enjoyment of the first and third person. Journal of Media Psychology, 28(1):42-48.
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Klinger, Ulrike; Rösli, Stephan; Jarren, Otfried (2016). Interactive cities? Local political online communication in Switzerland. Studies in Communication Sciences, 16(2):141-147.
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