Newest Press Releases, Publications and Information of the Research Network
New article (in German): “Zwischen Utopie und Dystopie: Wie der öffentliche Diskurs über die Maker und QuantifiedSelf Bewegung die Pioniergemeinschaften zu Treibern tiefgreifender Mediatisierung macht”
New article in journal M&K by KoFi members Andreas Hepp and Susan Benz.
New Working Paper (in German): “Die Figuration des Pionierjournalismus in Deutschland: Akteure, Experimentierbereiche, Dynamiken”
New working paper by several KoFi members.
KoFi members publish research article on the media coverage on the
quantified self movement in Germany and the UK 2007-2018.
The current issue of M&K focusses on the subject of research software and contains, among others, contributions by KoFi members Andreas Hepp, Wiebke Loosen, Uwe Hasebrink and Florian Hohmann
KoFi members publish research article on the conceptualisation of the role of pioneer journalists in the refiguration of journalism.
New conference paper (in German): Feldbeobachtung, Forschungspraxis, Theorieentwicklung in der Journalismusforschung
Newly published proceedings of the annual conference of the journalism research department of the DGPuK 2019 with a contribution by A. Hepp and W. Loosen.
In the current issue of the DGPuK’s Aviso, Wiebke Loosen and Andreas Hepp share the KoFi network’s experiences with conferences in times of Corona.
Lecture by KoFi members Andreas Hepp and Wiebke Loosen on Communicative Robots at the 40th Congress of the German Sociological Association
The talk will take place on September 17th, between 13:30 and 16:30 and is titled “Communicative Robots: Automated Communication, Entanglement and Agency”.
DeRSE publishes paper on sustainable development of research software in Germany, KoFi member Florian Hohmann is one of the co-authors
The contribution aims to describe the environment for the development of sustainable research software in Germany, to identify challenges and to disclose the need for action.
New article by KoFi member Lisa Merten researches the role of social media in news-related media repertoires.
KoFi member Lisa Merten published an article in Forum: Qualitative Social Research titled “Contextualized Repertoire Maps: Exploring the Role of Social Media in News-Related Media Repertoires”.
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