Conference Papers - peer reviewed


  • 19.09.2019 , Stockholm
    Tobias Eberwein: 
    The value of CSR engagement for start-ups: Lessons from a German case study
    5th CSRCOM Conference
  • 12.09.2019 , Vienna
    Gabriele Melischek,  Josef Seethaler: 
    The collapse of the first democratic republic in Austria and Germany: Leading newspapers as indicators of political cisis
    ECREA Communication History Section Workshop
  • 10.07.2019 , Paris
    Tobias Eberwein: 
    “Don’t feed the troll!” Dysfunctional user participation as a challenge for journalism education
    5th World Journalism Education Congress
  • 08.07.2019 , Madrid
    Tobias Eberwein: 
    De-westernizing media accountability research
    Annual conference of the International Association for Media Communication Research
  • 11.06.2019 , Wien
    Florian Saurwein: 
    Content Moderation im Internet: Potenziale für nationale Ombudsstellen
    CMC-Vortragsreihe "Medienpolitik - neu denken"
  • 26.05.2019 , Washington, D.C.
    Gabriele Melischek,  Josef Seethaler: 
    The power of Twitter for agenda-building: Media and political PR during the 2017 Austrian election campaign
    69th Annual ICA Conference
  • 26.05.2019 , Washington, D.C.
    Andreas Riedl: 
    Why bite the hand that feeds you? Politicians’ and journalists’ perceptions of common conflicts
    69th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA)
  • 25.05.2019 , Washington, D.C.
    Matthias Karmasin,  Florian Saurwein,  Tobias Eberwein: 
    Public Service Broadcasting in Europe: Exploring the Relationship Between Funding and Audience Performance
    69th Annual ICA Conference: „Communication Beyond Boundaries“
  • 24.05.2019 , Washington, D.C.
    Andreas Riedl: 
    What drives the democratic quality of journalistic news coverage?
    5th ICA Journalism Studies Graduate Student Colloquium at the 69th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association
  • 10.05.2019 , Stony Brook
    Tobias Eberwein: 
    Literary journalism as journalistic self-observation. How the genre irritates the profession – and thereby reinforces its identity
    14th annual conference of the International Association for Literary Journalism Studies
  • 05.05.2019 , Graz
    Jaro Krieger-Lamina,  Florian Saurwein,  Charlotte Spencer-Smith: 
    Algorithmic Selection in Social Media: Risks and Industry Governance
    18th Annual STS Conference Graz 2019: "Critical Issues in Science, Technology and Society Studies“
  • 25.04.2019 , Wien
    Florian Saurwein: 
    Regulierung von Internet-Inhalten: Verantwortlichkeit jenseits der Providerhaftung
    Kommunikationswissenschaftliche Tage 2019: "Verantwortung", Universität Wien
  • 11.03.2019 , Barcelona
    Christian Oggolder: 
    Beyond technophobia. Societies embracing technological innovation; together with Caroline Roth-Ebner.
    Fifteenth International Conference on Technology, Knowledge & Society
  • 22.02.2019 , Cologne
    Tobias Eberwein: 
    „Troll“ oder „Glaubenskrieger“? Zur Differenzierung dysfunktionaler Formen der Medienkritik in Online-Kommentaren [“Troll” or “warrior of faith”? Differentiating dysfunctional forms of media criticism in online comments]
    Jahrestagung der DGPuK-Fachgruppe „Kommunikations- und Medienethik“
  • 22.02.2019 , Cologne
    Matthias Karmasin: 
    Bewegte Objekte? Die Erweiterung medienethischer Objektbereiche und KOnsequenzen für das Fach Kommunikations- und Medienethik [Moving objects? Extending media ethics´scope of application and its consequences to the field of communication and media ethics
    DGPUK FG Medienethik Jahrestagung 2019 "Kummunikations- und Medienethik reloaded?"
  • 21.02.2019 , Cologne
    Matthias Karmasin: 
    It´s the economy? Digitale Innovation und Kommerzialisierung als methodologische und methodische Herausforderung in der Medienethik [Digital innovation and commercialization as amethodological and methodical challenge of media ethics
    DGPUK FG Medienethik Jahrestagung 2019 "Kummunikations- und Medienethik reloaded?"
  • 15.02.2019 , Vienna
    Andreas Riedl: 
    Media logic leads to success in agenda-control in political TV-interviews – Evidence from a long-term study
    ECREA Journalism Studies Conference
  • 01.11.2018 , Lugano
    Matthias Karmasin: 
    From the "transnational" to the "flexible" solution. A comparison and characterisation of media companies’ cross-border strategies
    ECREA 2018 - 7th European Communication Conference
  • 01.11.2018 , Lugano
    Gabriele Melischek,  Josef Seethaler: 
    Does Twitter help politicians to tango with the media? The politics-media relationship in the 2017 Austrian national election campaign
    ECREA 2018 - 7th European Communication Conference
  • 01.11.2018 , Lugano
    Christian Oggolder: 
    Connecting Nodes – From Computer Networks to Social Networks.
    ECREA 2018 - 7th European Communication Conference
  • 01.11.2018 , Lugano
    Matthias Karmasin,  Florian Saurwein,  Tobias Eberwein: 
    Public service broadcasters in Europe: Exploring the input-impact-relations and their implications for media politics.
    ECREA 2018 - 7th European Communication Conference: "Centers and Peripheries: Communication, Research, Translation"
  • 31.10.2018 , Lugano
    Katja Kaufmann: 
    On YouTube, Cooking and the Old Life: Digital Practices of Memory-Making in Forced Migration.
    ECREA Communication History pre-conference “Towards a Polyphony of Memory? Media, Communication and Memory in the Digital Age”
  • 30.10.2018 , Albacete
    Renée Lugschitz-Kaltenbrunner: 
    “Woman Observers” and “Newsgirls” in the Spanish Civil War
    Congreso Internacional “La Guerra Civil en Castilla-La Mancha”
  • 12.10.2018 , Montreal
    Corinna Wenzel,  Tobias Eberwein: 
    Memory of the future? Digital archives in public service media.
    19th annual meeting of the AoIR
  • 05.10.2018 , Hannover
    Katja Kaufmann: 
    Smartphone methods: What do the results entail in a methods study?
    PhD-Workshop, Univ.-Prof. Dr. Carsten Winter, Lehrstuhl für Medien- und Musikmanagement
  • 14.09.2018 , Barcelona
    Andreas Riedl: 
    Rethinking the Role of Journalism in Changing Democratic Environments: Towards a Theoretical-Empirical Process-Model
    Rethinking Theories and Concepts of Mediated Communication
  • 23.06.2018 , Eugene, OR
    Tobias Eberwein: 
    ‘Trolls’ or ‘warriors of faith’? Differentiating dysfunctional forms of media criticism in online comments
    Annual Conference of the IAMCR
  • 15.06.2018 , Berlin
    Matthias Karmasin,  Tobias Eberwein: 
    Media accountability – a global perspective beyond ‘The West’. Introductory talk.
    Workshop „Media and Transparency – A Global Perspective“ following the Herrenhausen Conference
  • 14.06.2018 , Warsaw
    Matthias Karmasin: 
    Beyond the transnational. Comparing and explicating media companies’ cross-border strategies
    Emma 2018 conference "Media Management in the Age of Big Data and High-tech"
  • 28.05.2018 , Prague
    Josef Seethaler,  Maren Beaufort: 
    Changing roles of broadcast journalism: A fresh look at legal texts concerning broadcasting
    68th Annual ICA Conference