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ZeMKI Online Research Seminar Lecture by Stefania Milan

On 03. June 2020 from 04:15pm - 5:45pm (CET) the lecture on "From the first pandemic of the datafied society" will take place as a zoom webinar.

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70th Annual ICA Conference

Several ZeMKI members give lectures at the 70th annual conference of the ICA on the topic of "Open Communication", which takes place online this year.

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New publication: "News with perspective"

ZeMKI member Dr. Leif Kramp co-authored a new research publication (in German language) on the adoption of constructive and solutions-oriented approaches in journalism practice in Germany

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Award-Winning book now in Portuguese

The seminal book „The Mediatization Construction of Reality“ by ZeMKI member Andreas Hepp and LSE’s Nick Couldry is now available in Portuguese language

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New at ZeMKI: Jens Pohlmann

Welcome! Jens Pohlmann joins the ZeMKI lab "Communication History and Media Change" of Prof. Dr. Stefanie Averbeck-Lietz

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New at ZeMKI: Patrick Zerrer

Welcome! Patrick Zerrer joins the ZeMKI lab "Digital Communication and Information Diversity" of Prof. Dr. Cornelius Puschmann

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Online-Talk on "The Making of 'Deep Mediatization'"

Prof. Dr. Andreas Hepp is giving a talk on "The Making of 'Deep Mediatization'" at the University of Utrecht on April 22nd at 3.30 pm via Zoom

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ZeMKI develops apps for media research

Two free apps from the University of Bremen are intended to facilitate media and communication research under the conditions of "social distancing".

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New Working Paper on critical analysis of AI voice assistants

New "Communicative Figurations" Working Paper by ZeMKI Visiting Research Fellow Dr. Simone Natale (Loughborough University) on artificial intelligence and voice assistants.

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12 renowned guest researchers receive ZeMKI Visiting Research Fellowship

In 2020, twelve researchers from nine countries will visit the University of Bremen to join ZeMKI for four weeks as ZeMKI Visiting Research Fellows.

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