Prof. Dr.

Auksė Balčytienė

Auksė Balčytienė

Korrespondierendes Mitglied der philosophisch-historischen Klasse im Ausland seit 2022

  • Vytautas Magnus University

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Forschungsbereiche:

  • Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaften
  • Journalistik
  • Medienforschung
  • Medienpädagogik
  • Techniksoziologie
  • Klinische Psychologie

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Ausgewählte Mitgliedschaften:

  • Academia Europaea
  • Baltic Association for Media Research
  • European Communication Research Association (Advisory Board)

Ausgewählte Preise und Auszeichnungen:

  • Academia Europaea (elected member since 2021-)
  • UNESCO Co-Chair on Media and Information Literacy for Knowledge Inclusive Societies (at VMU, 2018-)
  • Erich Brost Professor for International Journalism in Europe (2000-2001, Dortmund)

Ausgewählte Publikationen:

  • Balčytienė, A., and Juraitė, K. (2015). The Taste of Crisis: Systemic Changes, Public Perceptions and Polarization in Contemporary Europe. In Trappel, J., Meier, W., and Nieminen, H. (eds.). European Media in Crisis: Values, Risks and Policies. London: Routledge, pp. 20-45.
  • Balčytienė, A. (2015). Institutions and Cultures: Analytical Framework for the Study of Democratization and Media Transformations in Central and Eastern Europe. In Glowacki, M., and Dobek-Ostrowska, B. et al. (eds.). Media and Democracy in the CEE: Twenty Five Years On. New York: Peter Lang.
  • Balčytienė, A. (2015). Acceleration of History, Political Instabilities and Media Change. In Zielonka, J. (ed.). Media and Politics in New Democracies: Europe in a Comparative Perspective. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 181-197.
  • Balčytienė, A., and Juraitė, K. (2019). Representation, participation and societal wellbeing: Addressing inequalities in agency in Europe. In Trappel, J. (eds.). Inequalities of media in Europe. Gothenburg: Nordicom.
  • Balčytienė, A. (2021). Crisis of Agency in Central and Eastern Europe: From the Consolidation of Media Freedom to the Institutionalisation of Free Choice. Javnost/The Public, 28(1), pp. 75-89.