Articles in Journals, Proceedings and Edited Books - peer reviewed


  • Oggolder, C., Brügger, N., Metykova, M., Salaverría, R., & Siapera, E. (2020). The Emergence of the Internet and the End of Journalism?. In K. Arnold, Kinnebrock, S., & Preston, P. (Eds.), The Handbook of European Communication History (pp. 333–350). Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Kaufmann, K. (2019). Mobile Methods: Doing migration research with the help of smartphones. [in print]. In K. L. K. Smets M. Georgiou (Ed.), The SAGE Handbook of Media and Migration.. London: Sage.
  • Eberwein, T. (2019). In Enttäuschung vereint: Motive für dysfunktionale Anschlusskommunikation in Nutzerkommentaren – und Konsequenzen für den Journalismus [United by disappointment: Motives for dysfunctional follow-up communication in user comments – and consequences for journalism] [accepted]. In A. Blome, T. Eberwein,, & S. Averbeck-Lietz, (Eds.), Medienvertrauen. Historische und aktuelle Perspektiven.. Berlin: de Gruyter.
  • Eberwein, T., Saurwein, F., & Karmasin, M. (2019). Öffentlich-rechtlicher Rundfunk in Europa: Ein kennzahlenbasierter Vergleich zum Verhältnis von Finanzierung und Publikumsleistungen [Public Service Broadcasting in Europe: A Key-figure-based Comparison of the Relation Between Funding and Audience Performance] [in print]. Jahrbuch Für Christliche Sozialwissenschaften, 60, n/a.
  • Seethaler, J. (2019). Medien und sozialer Wandel: Ein Plädoyer für eine Re-Integration der Kommunikationsgeschichte in eine sozialwissenschaftlich orientierte Kommunikationswissenschaft [Media and social change: Putting communication history back in communication science] [in print]. Jahrbuch Für Kommunikationsgeschichte, 21, 24-30.
  • Karmasin, M. (2019). Von den Diskontinuitäten der Moderne zu den Paradoxien mediatisierter Gesellschaften - Anmerkungen zum Strukturwandel der Öffentlichkeit [From the Disconuties of Modernity to the Paradoxes of Mediatized Societies - Remarks on the Structural Changes of the Public Sphere]. In M. Eisenegger, Udris, L., & Ettinger, P. (Eds.), Wandel der Öffentlichkeit und der Gesellschaft - Gedenkschrift für Kurt Imhof. Wiesbaden.
  • Melischek, G. (2019). „Ein unverfälschtes Bild der Tagesgeschichte“: Journalistische Selbstreferenzialität am Beispiel der Neuen Freien Presse, 1870-1920. [Journalistic self-referentiality in the Neue Freie Presse 1870-1920]. In J. Tancer (Ed.), Mediale Selbstreferenzen im Netzwerk der Presse der Habsburgermonarchie und ihrer Nachfolgestaaten (pp. 183-206). Wien: new academic press.
  • Oggolder, C. (2019). Media for the crowds: Audiences beyond dispersed masses. Participations: Journal Of Audience & Reception Studies, 16, 1–10.
  • Kaufmann, K., & Peil, C. (2019). The Mobile Instant Messaging Interview (MIMI): Using WhatsApp to enhance self-reporting and explore media usage in-situ. Mobile Media & Communication, n/a, 1-18. doi:10.1177/2050157919852392
  • Kaltenbrunner, A., Lugschitz, R., Karmasin, M., & Luef, S. (2019). How to Identify Journalists? Developing a Theoretical International Foundation for the Operationalisation of a National Comprehensive Survey of Journalists in Austria. Athens Journal Of Mass Media And Communications, 5, 233-252. Retrieved from https://www.athensjournals.gr/media/2019-5-4-1-Kaltenbrunner.pdf
  • Seethaler, J., & Melischek, G. (2019). Twitter as a tool for agenda building in election campaigns? The case of Austria. Journalism, 20, 1087-1107. doi:10.1177/1464884919845460
  • Saurwein, F. (2019). Emerging structures of control for algorithms on the Internet: Distributed agency – distributed accountability. In T. Eberwein, Fengler, S., & Karmasin, M. (Eds.), Media Accountability in the Era of Post-Truth Politics: European Challenges and Perspectives (pp. 196-211). London/New York: Routledge.
  • Beaufort, M. (2019). Introduction: Digital media, political polarization and challenges to democracy. In M. Beaufort (Ed.), Digital media, political polarization and challenges to democracy (pp. 1-7). London, New York: Routledge.
  • Melischek, G., & Seethaler, J. (2019). Von der Lokalzeitung zur Massenpresse: Zur Entwicklung der Tagespresse im österreichischen Teil der Habsburgermonarchie nach 1848 [From local to mass audiences: The development of the daily press in Habsburg Austria, 1848-1918]. In D. Bellingradt, Böning, H., Merziger, P., & Stöber, R. (Eds.), Jahrbuch für KommunikationsgeschichteKommunikation in der Moderne (Vol. 31.2, pp. 94-135).
  • Saurwein, F., Eberwein, T., & Karmasin, M. (2019). Public service media in Europe: Exploring the relationship between funding and audience performance. Javnost - The Public, 1-18. doi:10.1080/13183222.2019.1602812
  • Lugschitz, R. (2019). Collègues, égales et camarades. Les volontaires étrangères dans la guerre civile espagnole (1936-1939) [Colleagues, Equals, and Comrades. Female Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)]. Cahiers D'histoire. Revue D'histoire Critique, 141, 19-36. Retrieved from https://journals.openedition.org/chrhc/9645#text
  • Eberwein, T. (2019). Press councils. In T. P. Vos & Hanusch, F. (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies. Oxford / Malden: Wiley-Blackwell. doi:10.1002/9781118841570.iejs0103
  • Eberwein, T. (2019). A question of trust: Functions and effects of transmedia journalism [reprint]. In Information Resources Management Association (Ed.), Journalism and ethics. Breakthroughs in research and practice (pp. 856-871). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-8359-2.ch047
  • Weder, F., Einwiller, S., & Eberwein, T. (2019). Heading for new shores. Impact orientation of CSR communication and the need for communicative responsibility. Corporate Communications: An International Journal (Special Issue), 24, 198-211. doi:10.1108/CCIJ-02-2019-0020
  • Möller, J., Nölleke-Przybylski, P., Voci, D., von Rimscha, M. B., Altmeppen, K. -D., & Karmasin, M. (2019). A motivation-based typology of media companies’ cross-border engagement. European Journal Of Communication, 34, 300-318. doi:10.1177/0267323119844416
  • Nölleke-Przybylski, P., von Rimscha, M. B., Möller, J., Voci, D., Altmeppen, K. -D., & Karmasin, M. (2019). Patterns of structural and sequential ambidexterity in cross-border media management. Journal Of Media Business Studies, n/a, n/a. doi:10.1080/16522354.2019.1619965
  • Voci, D., Karmasin, M., Nölleke-Przybylski, P., Altmeppen, K. -D., Möller, J., & von Rimscha, M. B. (2019). What is a media company today? Rethinking theoretical and empirical definitions. Studies In Communication And Media, 8, 29-52. Retrieved from https://www.nomos-elibrary.de/10.5771/2192-4007-2019-1-29/what-is-a-media-company-today-rethinking-theoretical-and-empirical-definitions-jahrgang-8-2019-heft-1?page=1
  • Lichtenstein, D. (2019). Political information on YouTube. An analysis of four political YouTube channels in Germany. In L. Leprêtre & Durin, E. (Eds.), Innovative educational and media practices for an inclusive and participatory Europe (pp. 25-45). Brussels: Les Editions de l'IHECS.
  • Lichtenstein, D., & Eilders, C. (2019). Lost in uncertainty: How the Euro crisis affected European identity constructions in national media discourses. International Communication Gazette, 81, 602-622. doi:10.1177/1748048518814357
  • Lohmann, M. -I., & Riedl, A. (2019). Public nuisance or an asset to democracy? Does the free press aim to provide a public service? An empirical study examining journalistic functions within the normative framework of the EU. Scoms: Studies In Communication Sciences, 18, 215–229. doi:10.24434/j.scoms.2018.02.002
  • Beaufort, M., & Seethaler, J. (2019). Legitimating science in times of social change: How should science be communicated to the public?. In P. Moy & Matheson, D. (Eds.), Voices: Exploring the shifting contours of communication. ICA International Communication Association - Annual Conference Theme Book Series (pp. 141-158). New York, NY: Peter Lang. doi:10.3726/b14771
  • Saurwein, F., Just, N., Latzer, M., & Metreveli, S. (2019). A Sceptical Citizen’s View of Digital Democratization: Switzerland in the International Context. In T. Eberwein & Wenzel, C. (Eds.), M. Karmasin (Tran.), Changing Media – Changing Democracy? The Democratic Potential of Social Media (pp. 183-204). Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences Press. doi:10.1553/relation5s183
  • Lichtenstein, D., Esau, K., Pavlova, L., Osipov, D., & Argylov, N. (2019). Framing the Ukraine Crisis. A Comparison between Talk Show Debates in Russian and German. International Communication Gazette, 81, 66-88. doi:10.1177/1748048518755209
  • Beaufort, M. (2019). How candy placements in films influence children's selection behavior in real-life shopping scenarios – an Austrian experimental field study. Journal Of Children And Media, 13, 50-69. doi:10.1080/17482798.2018.1547776
  • Melischek, G., & Seethaler, J. (2019). Die österreichische Tagespresse der Ersten Republik [The Austrian daily press, 1918-1934]. In M. Karmasin & Oggolder, C. (Eds.), Österreichische Mediengeschichte. Bd. 2: Von Massenmedien zu sozialen Medien (1918 bis heute) (pp. 7-36). Wiesbaden: Springer VS. doi:10.1007/978-3-658-23421-8_2