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Article on Mobile Tracking by Patrick Zerrer and Cornelius Puschmann from the DCID Lab

A new paper by Patrick Zerrer and Cornelius Puschmann from the DCID Lab together with ZeMKI members Philipp Krieter and Stephanie Geise investigates mobile keyword tracking as a privacy-friendly data source in mobile media research. Published in the UMAP Adjunct '24 Proceedings of the 32nd ACM Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and Personalisation, the study presents an innovative method for the continuous detection of keywords across all applications and media formats.

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New DFG Research Unit on the automation of societal communication

The Centre for Media, Communication and Information Research (ZeMKI) at the University of Bremen, together with the Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans Bredow Institute (HBI) in Hamburg and other research institutions in Graz and Vienna, has successfully acquired a Research Unit from the German Research Foundation (DFG) on the topic of “Communicative Artificial (…)

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Invitation to the Conference: “Intertwining and Rethinking Digitalization, Society and Co-Worlds from a Queer Feminist Perspective”

Luisa Runge (M2C Institute for Applied Media Research, Bremen University of Applied Sciences) and Miira Hill (DCID, ZeMKI) have qualified for the conference “Intertwining and Rethinking Digitalization, Society, and Co-Worlds from a Queer Feminist Perspective” at Leibniz University Hannover with their contribution “Queer Feminist Perspectives on TikTok: A Critical Analysis of Sexism and Platform Governance.” (…)

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ZeMKI goes ICA

This year's annual conference of the International Communications Association (ICA) will take place in Goald Cost, Australia, from June 20 to 24. The ZeMKI will be represented with numerous contributions and ZeMKI members will present research at the institute.

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Article by Prof. Cornelius Puschmann on Right-wing Extremist Narratives and Influencers in BzKJAktuell

Prof. Cornelius Puschmann, head of the Digital Communication and Information Diversity Lab, has co-authored an article with Sophia Rothut (LMU Munich) and Darian Harff (KU Leuven) in the current issue of BzKJAktuell (02/2024), the journal of the Federal Agency for Child and Youth Media Protection (BzKJ). The article, entitled “Right-wing extremist narratives and social media (…)

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Sami Nenno on AI and disinformation in the taz

Sami Nenno from the Digital Communication and Information Diversity Lab comments as an expert on AI and disinformation on the potential of synthetically generated voices for disinformation in the German newspaper taz. The background to this is the presentation of OpenAI’s voice engine model, which makes it possible to create artificial voices based on short (…)

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Prof Cornelius Puschmann invited as an expert to discuss the availability of data in social media at the University of Copenhagen

Prof. Cornelius Puschmann from the Digital Communication and Information Diversity Lab (DCID) is invited as an expert on social media data to the event "Navigating the Social Media Data Terrain: Roundtable on the Current Landscape of Social Media Data Availability" hosted by the SAMF Data Lab at the University of Copenhagen on 23 May 2024.

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Students Develop R Shiny Apps for Interactive Data Visualizations

As part of the class Data Journalism with R in the winter term 2023-24, students in the media BA and MA programs have created a set of interactive web-based apps to visualize and make accessible a range of datasets on different socioeconomic issues. These apps are based on R shiny and make it possible to interrogate quantitative information in a variety of ways.

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Lecture by ZeMKI member Dr. Miira Hill at the University of Passau

On May 7th, ZeMKI member Dr. Miira Hill will give a lecture at the University of Passau on the topic of how commentators of the far right express their views on liberal values through social platforms. The talk offers insights into the intricate dynamics of political communication, especially concerning the misrepresentation of liberal values by (…)

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Talk by Prof Cornelius Puschmann at the Leibniz Institute on predictors and contingencies of party-political online information searches

As part of the international symposium "Indicators of Social Cohesion in Social Media and Online Media", organised by the Social Media Observatory (SMO), Prof. Cornelius Puschmann from the Digital Communication and Information Diversity Lab (DCID) gave a lecture entitled "Watching the Greens? Predictors and Contingencies of Partisan Online Information Seeking".

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ZeMKI Visiting Research Fellows 2024

This year, the ZeMKI welcomes a total of four Visiting Research Fellows as part of its Visiting Researcher Program. From over 85 applications, the steering committee of the Center for Media, Communication and Information Research at the University of Bremen selected five researchers who will work together with two ZeMKI labs in interdisciplinary research for (…)

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ZeMKI Alumna Luisa Runge and member Miira Hill invited to ESA

ZeMKI is represented with a contribution at the “ESA 16th Conference of the European Sociological Association” in Porto. This year’s ESA theme is “Tension, Trust and Transformation.” Luisa Runge (M2C Institute for Applied Media Research, Bremen University of Applied Sciences) and Miira Hill (DCID) have qualified for the Science and Technology Track of the conference (…)

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Contribution of DCID Lab to EASST-4S 2024

The Lab for Digital Communication and Information Diversity (DCID), headed by Prof. Cornelius Puschmann, is contributing to the EASST-4S 2024 conference in Amsterdam. The theme of this year’s conference is “Making and Doing Transformations”. Miira Hill, Patrick Zerrer and Cornelius Puschmann are participating with the paper “Unraveling Patterns in Media Consumption: A Qualitative Microscopic Analysis (…)

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Open Call for ZeMKI Visiting Research Fellows, 2024

Come and work with us!  Our Fellowship Program invites international researchers to Bremen for four weeks to deepen and connect their research in the transformation of media, communication, and information. We are looking for established scholars who want to enjoy the thriving interdisciplinary research environment at ZeMKI.