The Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans Bredow Institute (HBI) examines media change and the related structural shifts in public communication.
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The Digital Disinformation Hub of the HBI bundles the Institute's research and cooperation activities in the field of digital disinformation.
How do people in different social situations use different kind of media? And how do they contribute to the creation of public spheres and social cohesion?
Eleven German research institutions form the Research Institute Social Cohesion to investigate current social challenges from different perspectives. The HBI examines the role of the media concerning social cohesion.
A new volume in the publication series of the Research Institute Social Cohesion (RISC) presents articles on the topic of "Local Social Cohesion". This includes an article by Jan-Hindrik Schmidt and Hannah Immler, both researchers at the FGZ's Hamburg site at the HBI, on "Local Me...
The articles in issue 3/2022 of our journal "Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft" [Media & Communication Studies] deal with the question of "How Election Communication Mobilizes" (Winfried Schulz), with "Structural Differences between Journalists’ Perceptions o...
Is there a connection between media use practices and feelings of connectedness to local, national, regional or global communities? Hannah Immler and Dr. Sascha Hölig provide answers in Communicatio Socialis based on secondary data analyses.
Immler, Hannah; Hölig, Sascha (2021)...
"Zwischen Zusammenhalt und Fragmentierung: Individualisierte Muster der Mediennutzung und sozialräumliche Anbindung" [Between Cohesion and Fragmentation: Individualised Patterns of Media Use and Socio-Spatial Connection], presentation by H. Immler, S. Hölig and U. Hasebrink at th...
"Divergenz durch Konvergenz? Selbst- und Fremderwartungen an Journalismus in Zeiten des Kommunikationswandels [Divergence through Convergence? (Self-)Expectations of Journalism in Times of Changing Communication]“, presentation by J. Reimer, S. Hoelig, W. Loosen as well as L. Sprengelmeye...
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