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Stefanie Walter, Ph.D.

:  Stefanie Walter, Ph.D.

Gebäude/Raum: Linzer Straße 4 (LINZ4)
Telefon: +49 (0) 421 218 676 56

E-Mail: stefanie.walter[at]uni-bremenprotect me ?!.de

Mitglied des ZeMKI-Labs: "Mediengesellschaft und digitale Praktiken"

Vita

Stefanie Walter ist seit 2018 Post-Doc am Zentrum für Medien-, Kommunikations- und Informationsforschung der Universität Bremen. Zuvor arbeitete sie ebenfalls als Post-Doc am Institut für Journalistik und Kommunikationswissenschaft der Universität Hamburg (2015-2018) und als wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Mannheimer Zentrum für Europäische Sozialforschung (2011-2015). Stefanie Walter promovierte in Politikwissenschaft zum Thema europäische Öffentlichkeit an der Universität Mannheim. Ihr derzeitiges Forschungsinteresse gilt der politischen Kommunikation sowie der Kommunikation über das Thema Klimawandel. Methodisch liegen ihre Schwerpunkte auf der manuellen und automatisierten Inhaltsanalyse.

Publikationen

I. Bücher

Walter, Stefanie (2017). EU Citizens in the European Public Sphere: An Analysis of EU News in 27 EU Member States. Wiesbaden: Springer.

II. Beiträge in Zeitschriften

Walter, Stefanie; Lörcher, Ines & Brüggemann, Michael (forthcoming). Scientific networks on Twitter: Analyzing scientists’ interactions in the climate change debate. Public Understanding of Science.

Walter, Stefanie (2019). Better off without you? How the British media portrayed EU citizens in Brexit news. International Journal of Press/Politics, 24(2), 210-232.

Walter, Stefanie & Brüggemann, Michael (forthcoming). Opportunity makes opinion leaders: analyzing the role of first-hand information in opinion leadership in social media networks. Information, Communication & Society, 1-21.

Walter, Stefanie; Brüggemann, Michael & Engesser, Sven (2018). Echo chambers of denial: Explaining user comments on climate change. Environmental Communication, 12(2), 204-217.

Walter, Stefanie; De Silva-Schmidt, Fenja & Brüggemann, Michael (2017). From “Knowledge Brokers” to Opinion Makers: How Physical Presence Affected Scientists’ Twitter Use During the COP21 Climate Change Conference. International Journal of Communication, 11, 570-591.

Walter, Stefanie (2017): Explaining the visibility of EU citizens: A multi-level analysis of EU news during the 2009 European Parliament elections. European Political Science Review; 9(2); 233-253.

Walter, Stefanie (2017): Three Models of the European Public Sphere: An Analysis of the Actor Structure in EU-News. Journalism Studies; 18(6), 749-770.

Walter, Stefanie (2016): A Network Perspective on European Union News: Explaining Relationships of Horizontal Reporting Across EU Member States. Mass Communication and Society, 19(6), 715-737.

III. Buchkapitel

Brüggemann, Michael; Neverla, Irene; Hoppe, Imke & Walter, Stefanie (2018). Klimawandel in den Medien. In: von Storch, Hans; Claussen, Martin & Meinke, Insa (Hg.). Zweiter Hamburger Klimabericht - Wissen über Klima, Klimawandel und Auswirkungen in Hamburg und Norddeutschland.

Theocharis, Yannis & Walter, Stefanie (2017). Solidarity or Antagonism? An analysis of German news media reporting on anti-austerity protests in Greece. In: Papaioannou, Tao & Gupta, Suman (Hg.). Grievances, Identities and Agency: Media Representations of Anti-austerity Protests in the EU. New York: Routledge.

Krewel, Mona; Schmidt, Sebastian & Walter, Stefanie (2016). Wahlkampf im Mehrebenensystem: Ich und mein Land? Ein Vergleich der Plakatwerbung in den Bundestags- und Europawahlkämpfen von 2009 und 2013/14. In: Tenscher, Jens & Rußmann, Uta (Hg.) Vergleichende Wahlkampfforschung: Studien anlässlich der Bundestags- und Europawahlen 2013 und 2014. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 101-128.

Schnaudt, Christian; Walter, Stefanie & Popa, Sebastian A. (2016). Sub-national and National Territorial Identification. In: Westle, Bettina & Segatti, Paolo (Hg.) European Identity in the Context of National Identity: Questions of Identity in 16 European Countries on the Wake of the Financial Crisis 2007 and 2009. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

IV. Rezensionen

Walter, Stefanie (2018). Book Review: Ivanova, Ana: Transnationalisierung von Öffentlichkeit: Eine länderübergreifende Langzeitanalyse der Klimaberichterstattung in Leitmedien. Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft, 66 (2), 243-244.

Walter, Stefanie (2013). Book review: Michaela Maier, Jesper Strömbäck and Lynda Lee Kaid (eds): Political Communication in European Parliamentary Elections. Political Studies Review, 11, Heft 2, S. 296-297.

V. Vorträge

Walter, Stefanie & Brüggemann, Michael (2018). The role of first-hand information for opinion leadership in the online climate change debate. Deutsche Vereinigung für Politikwissenschaft, Frankfurt, Deutschland.

Walter, Stefanie (2018). The representation of EU citizens during times of crisis: An analysis of the British newspaper coverage during Brexit. ECPR General Conference, Hamburg, Germany.

Walter, Stefanie & Fazekas, Zoltan (2018). Populism through references to the people: UK and EU citizens in the news media during Brexit. ECPR General Conference, Hamburg, Germany.

Walter, Stefanie & Fazekas, Zoltan (2018). Populism through references to the people: EU citizens in the news media during Brexit. The 8th Annual Conference of the European Political Science Association, Vienna, Austria.

Walter, Stefanie (2018). The Good, the Bad, and the Tabloids? How EU Citizens were Portrayed in the British Press During Brexit. 68th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Prague, Czech Republic.

Walter, Stefanie; Lörcher, Ines & Brüggemann, Michael (2018). Scientific Networks on Twitter: Analyzing the Social Media Use of Climate Scientists. 68th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Prague, Czech Republic

Brüggemann, Michael; Lörcher, Ines & Walter, Stefanie (2018). Post-normal Science Communication: Shifting Norms of Scientists and Journalists. Science-Policy Interfaces - Kommunikation zwischen Wissenschaft und Politik. 2. Jahrestagung der Fachgruppe Wissenschaftskommunikation der DGPuK, Friedrichshafen, Deutschland.

Walter, Stefanie (2017). The visibility of ordinary EU citizens in the news coverage on EU governance. Pre-Conference “Ordinary Citizens in the News” of the 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, San Diego, California, USA.

Walter, Stefanie & Michael Brüggemann (2017). Opportunity makes opinion leaders: Analyzing the role of first-hand information for opinion leadership in social media networks. 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, San Diego, California, USA.

Walter, Stefanie; De Silva-Schmidt, Fenja & Brüggemann, Michael (2017). From ’knowledge brokers’ to opinion makers: How physical presence impacts scientists’ Twitter use during the COP21 climate change conference. Jahrestagung der Deutsche Gesellschaft für Publizistik und Kommunikationswissenschaft 2017.

Walter, Stefanie & Brüggemann, Michael (2016). Opportunity makes the journalist?: An analysis of the blurring of boundaries between science and journalism during the COP21 summit. 2016 International Journal of Press/Politics Conference, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.

Walter, Stefanie; Brüggemann, Michael & Engesser, Sven (2016). ”Denier, denier, denier!”: Explaining user comments on anthropogenic climate change. European Communication Conference 2016, University of Prague, Prague, Czech Republic.

Walter, Stefanie (2014): Four Models of the European Public Sphere. ECPR Graduate Student Conference, Innsbruck.

Walter, Stefanie (2013): EU citizens in the European public sphere(s): An empirical analysis of the visibility of EU citizens across the 27 member states. 7th ECPR General Conference, Sciences Po, Bordeaux.