Presentations

 


ICA 2020 - Gold Coast, Australia

  • Banjac, Sandra, Hanusch, Folker, and Maares, Phoebe (2020). Aspirational lifestyle journalism: Exploring producers’ and audiences’ views in countries with pronounced economic inequality. International Communication Association (ICA), May 21-25, Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Maares, Phoebe, Banjac, Sandra, and Hanusch, Folker (2020). The labour of visual authenticity on social media. Exploring producers’ and audiences’ perceptions on instagram. International Communication Association (ICA), May 21-25, Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Maares, Phoebe, Hanusch, Folker, and Banjac, Sandra (2020). Pierre Bourdieu and journalism studies: A systematic analysis of how the field appropriates Bourdieusian thought. International Communication Association (ICA), May 21-25, Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Nölleke, Daniel, and Maares, Phoebe (2020). Illusio and disillusionment. Expectations met or disappointed among young journalists. International Communication Association (ICA), May 21-25, Gold Coast, Australia.

 

Future of Journalism Conference 2019, Cardiff

  • Banjac, Sandra, and Hanusch, Folker (2019). A Question of Perspective: Exploring audiences' views of journalistic boundaries. Future of Journalism Conference, September 12-13, Cardiff, Great Britain.

 

Jahrestagung Fachgruppe Journalistik - DGPuK

  • Nölleke, Daniel, and Maares, Phoebe (2019). Von Illusio und Desillusio: Erfüllte und enttäuschte Erwartungen preisgekrönter junger Journalist*innen. DGPuK (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Publizistik- und Kommunikationswissenshaft e. V.) Fachgruppentagung Journalistik/Journalismusforschung, September 18-20, Eichstätt, Germany.

 

ICA 2019 - Washington D.C., USA

  • Maares, Phoebe, Greussing, Estther, and Lind, Fabienne (2019).Showing Off Your Social Capital: Homophily of Professional Reputation and Gender in Journalistic Networks on Twitter. International Communication Association (ICA), May 24-28, Washington D. C., USA.

 

ECREA 2018, Lugano

  • Maares, Phoebe, and Hanusch, Folker (2018). Twenty years of Bourdieusian thought in journalism scholarship: A comprehensive analysis of field theory in studies of journalism. European Communication Conference, October 31 - November 3, Lugano, Switzerland.
  • Banjac, Sandra, and Hanusch, Folker (2018). The luxury of lifestyle: Economic and cultural capital in the production and consumption of South African lifestyle journalism. European Communication Conference, October 31 - November 3, Lugano, Switzerland.
  • Hanusch, Folker, Witschge, Tamara, and Schapals, Aljosha Karmin (2018). The discursive construction of journalistic boundaries: Examining journalists’ narratives during transformative times. European Communication Conference, October 31 - November 3, Lugano, Switzerland.
  • Nölleke, Daniel (2018). The relationship between news media and the legal system. A conceptual model. European Communication Conference, October 31 - November 3, Lugano, Switzerland.

 

ICA 2018, Prague

  • Hanusch, Folker, and Nölleke, Daniel (2018). Journalistic Homophily on Social Media: Exploring Journalists’ Interactions with Each Other on Twitter. International Communication Association (ICA), May 24-28, Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Maares, Phoebe, and Hanusch, Folker (2018). Exploring the Boundaries of Journalism: Instagram Micro-Bloggers in the Twilight Zone of Lifestyle Journalism. International Communication Association (ICA), May 24-28, Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Reimer, Julius, Hanusch, Folker, and Tandoc, Edson (2018). The Influence of Algorithmic vs Qualitative Audience Feedback on Journalists’ Work. International Communication Association (ICA), May 24-28, Prague, Czech Republic.

 

EJTA AGM and annual conference "Fast journalism vs. slow journalism", Barcelona

  • Hanusch, Folker (2018). Learning the roles of the game: Journalism students' emerging conceptions about their work. Invited keynote at EJTA AGM and Annual Conference "Fast journalism vs. slow journalism", May 17, Barcelona, Spain.

 

Future of Journalism Conference 2017, Cardiff

  • Schapals, Aljosha Karim, Hanusch, Folker, Neuberger, Christoph, and Nuernbergk, Christian (2017). Journalism beyond the crisis: Emerging forms, practices and uses. Future of Journalism Conference, September 14-15, Cardiff, Great Britain.

 

ECPR 2017, Oslo

  • Hanusch, Folker (2017). Watchdogs or Lapdogs? Indigenous Journalists' views towards Loci of Power. European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR), September 6-9, Oslo, Norway.

 

ICA 2017, San Diego

  • Hanusch, Folker, and Edson Tandoc, Jr. (2017). Comments, analytics, and social media: The impact of audience feedback on journalists’ market orientation. International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, San Diego, USA.
  • Hanusch, Folker and Vos, Tim P. (2017). Charting the development of a field: A systematic analysis of comparative studies of journalism. International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, San Diego, USA.
  • Mellado, Claudia, and Hanusch, Folker (2017).Comparative Design and Methodological Challenges: An introduction to Journalism Students Across the Globe. International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, San Diego, USA.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2017). Expanding conceptualizations of news work through studying lifestyle journalism.” in einem panel in der Journalism Studies Division zum Thema: Expanding the Journalistic Repertoire: Opportunities and Challenges of Emerging News Logics. International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, San Diego, USA.
  • Nölleke, Daniel, and Birkner, Thomas (2017). Bypassing traditinal sports media? Why and how professional volleyball players use social media. International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, San Diego, USA.
  • Lohner, Judith, and Banjac, Sandra (2017). Conflict (-sensitive) journalism: How journalists perceive their role when communicating conflicts in transitional regimes. International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, San Diego, USA.

 

ECREA Journalism Studies Conference 2017, Odense

  • Hanusch, Folker, Banjac, Sandra, and Maares, Phoebe (2017). The impact of public relations and advertising on journalism in uncertain times: Evidence from a survey of lifestyle journalists. ECREA Journalism Studies Conference, 23-24 March, Odense.
  • Tandoc, Edson, and Hanusch, Folker (2017). The impact of audience measurement tools on journalistic objectivity and transparency: Results from an exploratory study. ECREA Journalism Studies Conference, 23-24 March, Odense.
  • Banjac, Sandra (2017). Reconceptualising journalistic role perceptions through audience perspectives: Considering journalists and audiences in transitional democracies. ECREA Journalism Studies Conference, 23-24 March, Odense.
  • Maares, Phoebe (2017). Involuntary freedom: Economic pressures in Austrian freelance journalism. ECREA Journalism Studies Conference, 23-24 March, Odense.


ECREA 2016, Prague

  • Bruns, Axel and Hanusch, Folker (2016). Journalism-as-a-Service: Amplifying Public Intellectual Contributions Through the Conversation.  European Communication Conference, 9-12 November, Prague.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2016). Comparing journalism education: An overview of “Journalism Students Across the Globe”. Paper presented at the European Communication Conference, 9-12 November, Prague.
  • Harro-Loit, Halliki, Hanusch, Folker and Skjerdal, Terje. 2016. What is ethical? Exploring the influence of university education on journalism student’s ethical views. European Communication Conference, 9-12 November, Prague.
  • Lohner, Judith, Banjac, Sandra and Neverla, Irene (2016). Contesting or carrying on the past? (Dis-)Continuities of journalistic roles, practices and ethics from autocracy to democracy. European Communication Conference, 9-12 November, Prague.


International Journal of Press/Politics Conference 2016

  • Hanusch, Folker and Hanitzsch, Thomas (2016). Between the “citizen” and “consumer”: A comparative account of journalists’ roles in political and everyday life. Paper presented at International Journal of Press/Politics Conference 29-30 September. Oxford, UK.
  • Hanusch, Folker (2016). „Political journalists’ branding practices on social media: A comparative analysis“. Paper presented at International Journal of Press/Politics Conference. 29-30 September. Oxford, UK.