Kooperationen

Der Forschungsschwerpunkt KoMePol unterhält enge Forschungskooperationen mit diesen Institutionen:

  • Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCor) der University of Amsterdam (Niederlande)
  • Institut für Kommunikations- und Medienwissenschaft der Universität Bern (Schweiz)
  • Department of Psychology der University of Kansas (USA)
  • Information Systems Lab (ISLab) der University of Macedonia (Griechenland)
  • Department of Communication Arts & Sciences der Michigan State University (USA)
  • Department of Psychology der New York University (USA)
  • School of Psychology der University of Western Australia (Australien)
  • Fakultätszentrum für Methoden der Sozialwissenschaften der Universität Wien (Österreich

 

Gemeinsame Projekte bestehen beispielsweise mit

Prof. Dr. Christian Schemer (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz):

  • Baumert, A., Halmburger, A., Rothmund, T., & Schemer, C. (in prep.). Every-day dynamics of trust in politicians.
  • Geiß, S., Schemer, C., & Baumert, A. (in prep.). Interaction patterns in political talk shows: The impact of person and situation.
  • Schemer, C., Matthes, J., Geiß, S., Baumert, A., & Wirth, W. (under review). Enlightening campaigns - Media effects on political trust and media trust in a direct-democratic campaign.

Prof. Dr. Silke Adam (Universität Bern):

  • Adam, S., Maier, M. (forthcoming). Party Communication about Europe. Who puts Europe on the Agenda? To be published in: van der Brug, W. & de Vreese, C. (Eds.) (Un)intended consequences of European Parliament elections. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Adam, S. & Maier, M. (2010): Personalization of Politics – Towards a Future Research Agenda. A Critical Review of the Empirical and Normative State of the Art. In Salmon, Sharles T. (ed): Communication Yearbook 34: 213-258.
  • Maier, M., Adam, S. & Maier, J. (2012). The impact of identity and economic cues on
    citizens’ EU support: An experimental study on the effects of party communication in the
    run-up to the 2009 European Parliament elections. European Union Politics, (13), 580-
    603.

Prof. Dr. Yariv Tsfati (University of Haifa):

  • Otto, L., Glogger, I., Boukes, M., & Tstfati, Y. (in prep.). The softening of journalistic political communication – a review of concepts and new framework model.