Articles in Journals, Proceedings and Edited Books - peer reviewed


  • Eberwein, T. (2023). Reconstruction of a scandal: The Relotius case. In Bak J. S. & Reynolds B., (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to World Literary Journalism (pp. 140-153). London, New York: Routledge.
  • Kaufmann, K., & Palmberger, M. (2022). Editorial: Doing Research at Online and Offline Intersections: Bringing Together Digital and Mobile Methodologies. Media And Communication, 10, 219-224. Retrieved from https://www.cogitatiopress.com/mediaandcommunication/issue/viewIssue/317/PDF317
  • Meier, K., Schützeneder, J., García Avilés, J. A., Valero-Pastor, J. M., Kaltenbrunner, A., Lugschitz, R., et al. (2022). Examining the Most Relevant Journalism Innovations: A Comparative Analysis of Five European Countries from 2010 to 2020. Journalism And Media, 698–714. doi:10.3390/journalmedia3040046
  • Rozgonyi, K. (2022). Accountability and platforms governance: the case of online prominence of Public Service Media content. In EBU, BR,, MDR,, SWR,, & ORF, (Eds.), Public Value Jahresstudie 2021/2022 (Öffentlich-Rechtliche Qualität Im Diskurs) (pp. 51-92). Retrieved from https://zukunft.orf.at/show_content.php?sid=147&pvi_id=2386&pvi_medientyp=t&oti_tag=
  • Biringer, K., Peissl, H., & Seethaler, J. (2022). Public value of community media in Austria. Journal Of Alternative And Community Media, 7, 45-65.
  • Saurwein, F., Spencer-Smith, C., & Krieger-Lamina, J. (2022). Social-Media-Algorithmen als Gefahr für Öffentlichkeit und Demokratie: Anwendungen, Risikoassemblagen und Verantwortungszuschreibungen. In Bogner A., Decker M.,, Nentwich M.,, & Scherz C., (Eds.), Digitalisierung und die Zukunft der Demokratie. Beiträge aus der Technikfolgenabschätzung. Bd. 24 (pp. 243-256). Baden-Baden: Nomos-Verlag. doi:10.5771/9783748928928-243
  • Saurwein, F. (2022). Regulierung von Internet-Inhalten: Ombudsstellen als Governance-Option an der Schnittstelle von Recht und Ethik. In G. Marci-Boehncke, Rath, M., & Delere, M. (Eds.), Medien – Demokratie – Bildung. Normative Vermittlungsprozesse und Diversität in mediatisierten Gesellschaften (pp. 347-363). Wiesbaden: Springer VS. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-36446-5_5
  • Saurwein, F. (2022). Algorithms on the Internet: Factor of media change and challenge for change management. In M. Karmasin, Diehl, S., & Koinig, I. (Eds.), Media and Change Management. Creating a Path for New Content Formats, Business Models, Consumer Roles, and Business Responsibility (pp. 419-442). Basel: Springer Cham. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-86680-8_23
  • Seethaler, J., Musil, R., & Dietrich-Gsenger, M. (2022). Regionale Schizophrenie – Mediendiskurse zur Internationalisierung des Wiener Bankensektors: Eine Langzeitanalyse. Publizistik, 67, 301–333. doi:10.1007/s11616-022-00745-9
  • Riedl, A., & Eberl, J. -M. (2022). Audience expectations of journalism: What’s politics got to do with it?. Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism, 23, 1682–1699. doi:10.1177/1464884920976422
  • Seethaler, J., & Beaufort, M. (2022). Länderbericht: Österreich. In Centre for Media Pluralism and Media Freedom (Ed.), Monitoring des Medienpluralismus im digitalen Zeitalter: Der Media Pluralism Monitor in der Europäischen Union, Albanien, Montenegro, der Republik Nordmazedonien, Serbien und der Türkei im Jahr 2021. Florence: European University Institute. doi:10.2870/156065
  • Seethaler, J., & Melischek, G. (2022). Opinion-leading media as indicators of a democracy at risk: The press and the rise of National Socialism between 1927 and 1932. European Journal Of Communication, 37, 1-18. doi:10.1177/02673231221111910
  • Rozgonyi, K. (2022). CHAPTER 1: The concepts of gender and gender equality [Gender və gender bərabərliyi konsepsiyaları]. In A. Bəşirli (Ed.), Gender Equality and Media Freedom [Gender Bərabərliyi və Media Azadlığı] (pp. 8-21). Baku: Tahsil Publishing House [Təhsil Nəşriyyat‐Poliqrafiya].
  • Rozgonyi, K. (2022). CHAPTER 3: Legal aspects of gender equality: international practice and Council of Europe Standards [Gender bərabərliyi huquqi konsepsiya kimi. Gender bərabərliyinin sosial ədalətlə və media azadlığı ilə əlaqəsi]. In A. Bəşirli (Ed.), Gender Equality and Media Freedom [Gender Bərabərliyi və Media Azadlığı] (pp. 39-56). Baku: Tahsil Publishing House [Təhsil Nəşriyyat‐Poliqrafiya].
  • Rozgonyi, K. (2022). CHAPTER 7: Sexism in Media [Mediada Cinsiyyətçilik]. In A. Bəşirli (Ed.), Gender Equality and Media Freedom [Gender Bərabərliyi və Media Azadlığı] (pp. 109-120). Baku: Tahsil Publishing House [Təhsil Nəşriyyat‐Poliqrafiya].
  • Rozgonyi, K. (2022). CHAPTER 8: Gender-based violence and sexist hate speech in the media [Genderəsaslı zorakılıq və mediada cinsiyyətci nifrət nitqi]. In A. Bəşirli (Ed.), Gender Equality and Media Freedom [Gender Bərabərliyi və Media Azadlığı] (pp. 121-131). Baku: Tahsil Publishing House [Təhsil Nəşriyyat‐Poliqrafiya].
  • Rozgonyi, K., & Sarikakis, K. (2022). Policy diffusion and Internet governance: reflections on copyright and privacy. In M. Marzouki & Calderaro, A. (Eds.), Internet Diplomacy: Shaping the Global Politics of Cyberspace (pp. 195-211). Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield.
  • Seethaler, J., & Beaufort, M. (2022). Country report: Austria. In Centre for Media Pluralism in the Digital Era (Ed.), Monitoring media pluralism in the digital era: Application of the Media Pluralism Monitor In the European Union, Albania, Montenegro, the Republic of North Macedonia, Serbia and Turkey in the year 2021. Florence: European University Institute. doi:10.2870/156065
  • Asboth, E. T. (2022). 'Kossovo Day’, New York, 1918: How the Serbian National League of Defense tied the future of their country of origin to American history. In T. Powell & Sagasti Suppes, P. (Eds.), Transnational American Space (pp. 193-211). Wilmington, DE: Vernon Press.
  • Musil, R., & Seethaler, J. (2022). Evaluating M&As from a regional perspective: media discourses on the asymmetric internationalization of Vienna’s banking sector. European Planning Studies, 30, 1872-1891. doi:10.1080/09654313.2021.1965548
  • Melischek, G. (2022). Die Medizin in den Schlagzeilen der Kronen Zeitung 1959 bis 2019 [Medical news in the headlines of the Kronen Zeitung, 1959-2019]. In W. Schütz, Seebacher, F., Hofer, H. -G., & Nemec, B. (Eds.), Medizin in Wien nach 1945: Strukturen, Aushandlungsprozesse, Reflexionen (pp. 751-776). Wien: V&R unipress. doi:10.14220/9783737013932.751
  • Tirosh, N., Bien-Aime, S., Sreenivasan, A., & Lichtenstein, D. (2022). Nationalizing the 'refugee crisis': A comparative analysis exploring how elite newspapers in four countries framed forced migration during World Refugee Day. Newspaper Research Journal, 43, 47-64. doi:10.1177/07395329211050123
  • Riedl, A., Rohrbach, T., & Krakovsky, C. (2022). "I can't just pull a woman out of a hat". A mixed methods study on journalistic drivers of women’s representation in political news. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, n/a, n/a. doi:10.1177/10776990211073454
  • Denise Voci,, & Matthias Karmasin,. (2022). Cross-Border Media Management in a Digital Environment: Challenges and Lessons Learned for Change Management. In Matthias Karmasin, Sandra Diehl,, & Isabell Koinig, (Eds.), Media and Change Management. Creating a Path for New Content Formats, Business Models, Consumer Roles, and Business Responsibility (pp. 13-31). Wiesbaden: Springer VS. Retrieved from https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-86680-8
  • Colin Porlezza,, & Tobias Eberwein,. (2022). Uncharted Territory: Datafication as a Challenge for Journalism Ethics. In Matthias Karmasin, Sandra Diehl,, & Isabell Koinig, (Eds.), Media and Change Management. Creating a Path for New Content Formats, Business Models, Consumer Roles, and Business Responsibility (pp. 343-361). Wiesbaden: Springer VS. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-86680-8
  • Eberwein, T. (2022). Journalism ethics and its participatory turn. In L. T. Price, Sanders, K., & Wyatt, W. N. (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Journalism Ethics (pp. 399-406). London: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9780429262708-51
  • Eberwein, T., & Brinkmann, J. (2022). Germany: Beyond the beacon. In S. Fengler, Eberwein, T., & Karmasin, M. (Eds.), The global handbook of media accountability (pp. 120 -130). London; New York: Routledge. doi:10.4324/9780429326943-12
  • Kaltenbrunner, A., & Lugschitz, R. (2021). Diversity in Österreichs Redaktionen: Bestandsaufnahme, Problemlage und Lösungsansätze [Diversity in Austrian Newsrooms, tacking stock, issues and possible solutions]. Medienjournal, 45, 3-26. doi:10.24989/medienjournal.v45i4.1977
  • Krakovsky, C. (2021). Scandalogy meets field theory. In A. Haller, Michael, H., & Seeber, L. (Eds.), Scandalogy 3: Scandals in new media (pp. 181-200). Springer Nature. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-85013-5
  • Lichtenstein, D. (2021). No government mouthpieces: Changes in the framing of the "migration crisis" in German news and infotainment media. Studies In Communication Sciences, 21, 267-284. doi:10.24434/j.scoms.2021.02.005