Areas of Activity#

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  • 19th century French literature Go to
A
  • Action research with museums and media Go to
  • Activity analyses Go to
  • Adolescents/children and media Go to
  • Advertising as culture, advertising as a show Go to
  • Aesthetical Discourse (history and theory of taste) Go to
  • Aesthetics Go to
  • Aesthetics Go to
  • Aesthetics Go to
  • Ageing People, consumption discourses and IT Go to
  • AI and the transformation of knowlege cultures Go to
  • AI explainabilty and the politics of technology and epistemic cultures Go to
  • American studies Go to
  • Analyses of interpersonal communication devices Go to
  • Analysis of advertising circulation in the current speech Go to
  • Analysis of contemporary brand discourses transformations Go to
  • Analysis of media transformations Go to
  • Anthropology of arts Go to
  • Art and technology Go to
  • Art-based Research (bio-art and bio-media) Go to
  • Art History and Archeology (historiographic focus) Go to
  • Art history and its media Go to
  • ART HISTORY AND VISUAL CULTURE Go to
  • Audience and reception studies Go to
  • Audience engagement and collaboration in museums and other heritage organisations Go to
  • Audience research Go to
  • Audience studies Go to
  • Audience studies Go to
  • Audience studies Go to
  • Autoethnorgaphy Go to
B
  • Balkan cinema Go to
  • Baudelaire Go to
  • Big data/deep data research methodology Go to
  • Bildwissenschaft Go to
C
  • Case studies on innovation and user-centered design: mediated encounters Go to
  • Celebrity studies Go to
  • Children, youth and media Go to
  • CHINA STUDIES Go to
  • China studies Go to
  • Cinema and cultural memory Go to
  • Cinema and nation Go to
  • Cinema-going and experience Go to
  • CINEMA STUDIES Go to
  • Cinema studies Go to
  • Citizen engagement through Media Go to
  • Co-creation and collaboration with museums Go to
  • Colonial film Go to
  • COMMUNICATION AND DEVELOPMENT Go to
  • Communication and information technologies Go to
  • COMMUNICATION AND MEDIA Go to
  • Communication for development and social change Go to
  • Communication for development and social change Go to
  • COMMUNICATION Go to
  • COMMUNICATION & MEDIA STUDIES Go to
  • Communication science Go to
  • COMMUNICATION SCIENES Go to
  • COMMUNICATIONS Go to
  • Communication studies Go to
  • Communication theory Go to
  • Communication theory Go to
  • Communication theory Go to
  • Comparative ethnography Go to
  • Comparative literature Go to
  • Comparative studies of mediated interactions Go to
  • Computational humanities Go to
  • Consequences of online media for classical media Go to
  • Consumption at a aistance Go to
  • Contemporary Art Go to
  • Contemporary European history (especially in a transnational perspective) Go to
  • CONTEMPORARY THEATRE Go to
  • Contemporary theatre practice Go to
  • Contents and effects of political communication (esp. social networks, mobile phones) Go to
  • Co-present and aistributed courts of law Go to
  • Creation, exhibition, and sharing of archival resources Go to
  • CREATIVE ARTS Go to
  • Critical theories of the digital Go to
  • Critical theory Go to
  • Critical theory Go to
  • Cross-media news consumption Go to
  • Cultural and visual anthropology Go to
  • Cultural citizenship Go to
  • Cultural criminology Go to
  • Cultural dimensions of mediatization Go to
  • Cultural heritage studies Go to
  • Cultural histories of performance Go to
  • Cultural history of media (telegraphy, press, film, radio and television) Go to
  • Cultural mediation Go to
  • Cultural memory Go to
  • Cultural processes Go to
  • Cultural production and consumption in contemporary culture industries Go to
  • Cultural production in the data age Go to
  • Cultural studies and popular culture (entertainment theories, audience and genre research, reality TV, contemporary drama series) Go to
  • Cultural studies Go to
  • Cultural studies Go to
  • Cultural studies Go to
  • Cultural studies Go to
  • Cultural studies Go to
  • Cultural theory Go to
  • Culture and perception Go to
  • Culture industries Go to
  • Cyberculture Go to
D
  • Datafication of social practices Go to
  • Designing a geo-localized collection game for mobile phones and the internet: game, quasi-encounters and sociability Go to
  • Diasporic media and representations of ethnicity Go to
  • Digital aesthetics Go to
  • Digital and communicative aspects of culture Go to
  • Digital auras: Design of a proximity-sensitive matching service for mobile phones Go to
  • Digital communication Go to
  • Digital culture Go to
  • Digital culture heritage (archives, museums) Go to
  • Digital exclusion/inclusion Go to
  • Digital Humanities and interdisciplinarity Go to
  • DIGITAL HUMANITIES, CRITICAL DIGITAL MEDIA STUDIES Go to
  • Digital Humanities Go to
  • Digital humanities Go to
  • DIGITAL HUMANITIES Go to
  • Digital Humanities Go to
  • Digital media culture Go to
  • Digital media Go to
  • Digital Media Go to
  • Digital media Go to
  • Digital media Go to
  • DIGITAL MEDIA Go to
  • Digital media Go to
  • Digital media in personal relationships Go to
  • Digital mediation in social and economic life Go to
  • Digital methodology in Humanities Go to
  • Digital methods Go to
  • Digital platform governance Go to
  • DIGITAL (POLITICAL) COMMUNICATION Go to
  • Digital research methodologies Go to
  • Digital technology innovation Go to
  • Digitization and marketization processes Go to
  • Directors' theatre Go to
  • Diversity in media work Go to
  • Dyfunctions of digital public spheres Go to
E
  • Ecology Go to
  • e-Government Go to
  • Electronic literature Go to
  • Emotions and media Go to
  • English literature Go to
  • Entertainment television and the relation between production practices and textual expressions Go to
  • Environmental and ecological performance Go to
  • Essay Filmmaking Go to
  • Ethnography & folklore Go to
  • European cinemas Go to
  • European identities, symbols and narratives Go to
  • European media and European audiences Go to
  • European television and media culture in an international context Go to
  • European theatre cultures Go to
  • Evidence-based interventions against cyberbullying and the role of schools, the police and news media Go to
  • Experimental media Go to
F
  • Feminism and media Go to
  • Feminist media studies Go to
  • Feminist studies Go to
  • Feminist thinking on technology and the political Go to
  • FILM AESTHETICS Go to
  • Film aesthetics Go to
  • FILM AND MEDIA STUDIES Go to
  • FILM AND MEDIA STUDIES, MEMORY STUDIES Go to
  • Film audiences Go to
  • Film censorship Go to
  • Film Go to
  • Film Go to
  • Film history Go to
  • Film history Go to
  • Film history Go to
  • Film History Go to
  • FILM, MEDIA, AND VISUAL CULTURE STUDIES Go to
  • FILM, MEDIA AND VISUAL STUDIES Go to
  • FILM, MEDIA & VISUAL STUDIES Go to
  • Film philosophy Go to
  • FILM-PHILOSOPHY Go to
  • Film Philosophy Go to
  • Film practice research Go to
  • Film studies Go to
  • Film studies Go to
  • FILM STUDIES Go to
  • Film studies Go to
  • Film studies Go to
  • Film studies Go to
  • Film studies inc. genre studies, auteur studies and film history Go to
  • Film studies methodologies Go to
  • Film theory Go to
  • Film Theory Go to
  • Film theory Go to
  • Found footage filmmaking Go to
G
  • Games for health Go to
  • Games studies Go to
  • Games studies Go to
  • GAME STUDIES Go to
  • GAME STUDIES, MEDIA & TECHNOLOGY STUDIES Go to
  • Gender and media/film Go to
  • Gender studies Go to
  • Gender studies Go to
  • Gender studies in communication studies Go to
  • Generations Go to
  • German literature Go to
  • Global culture and media Go to
  • Globalization studies Go to
  • Godard and French Nouvelle Vague Go to
H
  • Health prevention and communication linked to rare cancers, social communication and advertising models Go to
  • History and sociology of cinema Go to
  • History and sociology of performance arts Go to
  • History and Theory of Photography Go to
  • History and theory of television in relation to other media, genres and production practices Go to
  • History Go to
  • History of European television Go to
  • History of technology (especially communication an information technologies) Go to
  • History of theater Go to
  • Hollywood melodrama Go to
  • Homelessness and media Go to
  • Humanitarian communication Go to
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  • Identity policies Go to
  • Identity representation and construction in cinema Go to
  • IMAGE SCIENCE Go to
  • Image science Go to
  • Impact of cyberbullying Go to
  • Inclusion and exclusion by/to the media Go to
  • INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION SCIENCES Go to
  • Information and communication technologies Go to
  • Information and communication technology Go to
  • Information and Digital economy Go to
  • Information and media literacies Go to
  • Intercultural performance Go to
  • Intermedial interplays between cultural genres and media forms Go to
  • International Communication Go to
  • International health communication Go to
  • International politics Go to
  • Internet Go to
  • Internet studies Go to
  • Internet studies Go to
  • Internet users and social applications of new technologies Go to
  • Intersectional interplays between identity dimensions Go to
  • Ireland and cinema Go to
J L
  • Latin American cinemas Go to
  • Linguistic representations and imagination related to the language of advertising Go to
  • Literary theory Go to
  • Literary theory Go to
  • Literature (avant-gardes, literary theory) Go to
  • Literature, culture and media studies Go to
M
  • Marxism Go to
  • Mass communication Go to
  • Mass media and the public (sphere) Go to
  • Material and cultural studies (museology, biographies of artefacts) Go to
  • Media Aesthetics Go to
  • Media and ageing Go to
  • Media and artistic discourses on flight and migration Go to
  • MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION Go to
  • MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION STUDIES Go to
  • Media and communication studies Go to
  • Media and communication theory Go to
  • Media and cultural analysis Go to
  • MEDIA AND CULTURAL STUDIES Go to
  • MEDIA AND CULTURE STUDIES Go to
  • Media and democracy Go to
  • Media and democracy Go to
  • Media and food markets Go to
  • MEDIA AND GENDER STUDIES Go to
  • Media and generations Go to
  • Media and identities in national and transnational contexts Go to
  • MEDIA AND INTERNET STUDIES Go to
  • Media and mobility Go to
  • Media and space (geomedia) Go to
  • Media and the public sphere Go to
  • Media and the public sphere Go to
  • Media and tourism Go to
  • Media art history Go to
  • Media art research Go to
  • Media as practice Go to
  • MEDIA AUDIENCE RESEARCH Go to
  • Media audiences, especially the audiences for news media Go to
  • Media audiences Go to
  • MEDIA AUDIENCES Go to
  • MEDIA AUDIENCES, POPULAR CULTURE Go to
  • Media audience studies Go to
  • Media, communications and culture Go to
  • Media consumption and the production of value in cultural industries Go to
  • Media convergence Go to
  • Media & Cultural Production Go to
  • MEDIA/CULTURAL STUDIES Go to
  • Media culture Go to
  • Media culture Go to
  • Media culture Go to
  • Media development Go to
  • Media domestication Go to
  • Media ecologies Go to
  • Media ethics Go to
  • Media generations Go to
  • Media Go to
  • Media Go to
  • Media Go to
  • Media history Go to
  • Media history Go to
  • Media history Go to
  • Media history Go to
  • Media literacy Go to
  • Media mutations Go to
  • Media Philosophy Go to
  • Media policy Go to
  • Media policy Go to
  • Media politics Go to
  • Media practices and urban spaces Go to
  • Media Processes and Effects: narrative experience and persuasion, cultivation, media use, environmental and health communication Go to
  • Media production and institution studies Go to
  • MEDIA RECEPTION, PROCESSES AND EFFECTS Go to
  • Media regulation Go to
  • Media resistance Go to
  • Media rituals Go to
  • MEDIA SOCIOLOGY Go to
  • Media sociology Go to
  • Media sociology Go to
  • Media structure and use in the Baltic Sea region Go to
  • Media studies Go to
  • Media studies Go to
  • MEDIA STUDIES Go to
  • Media studies Go to
  • Media technologies Go to
  • Mediated communication and democratic development Go to
  • Mediated identity management Go to
  • Mediated social interaction Go to
  • Media theory and analysis Go to
  • Media theory, digital communication and data storytelling Go to
  • Media theory, digital communication and sociology of consumption Go to
  • Media Theory Go to
  • Mediatization and everyday life Go to
  • Mediatization Go to
  • Mediatization Go to
  • Mediatization theory Go to
  • Media use and media contents Go to
  • MEDIA USE, MEDIA EFFECTS Go to
  • Memory studies Go to
  • Memory, trauma and witnessing in Arts and Media Go to
  • Methods and Methodology: quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis; ex-perimental designs, multimethod designs Go to
  • Methods of social research (text analysis and surveys) Go to
  • Migration and transnational families Go to
  • Mise en scène Go to
  • Mixed and virtual reality Go to
  • Mobile and social media in the global south Go to
  • Mobile communication and news Go to
  • Mobile interpretation and user-generated documentation Go to
  • Mobile media Go to
  • Mobile media Go to
  • Mobile media & mobilities Go to
  • Mobile methods Go to
  • Modern Art Go to
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  • Narratives and health Go to
  • Narratives of Shoah in visual (cultural) memory Go to
  • New and emerging technologies, social uses of technologies Go to
  • NEW MEDIA Go to
  • New media Go to
  • New media Go to
  • News media Go to
O
  • ociology of cultural processes and media Go to
  • Online behavior Go to
  • Online communication Go to
  • Online interaction and relationships Go to
  • Oral history and digital heritage Go to
  • Organizational communication Go to
P
  • Participatory culture Go to
  • Perec and automatic writing Go to
  • Performance and film analysis Go to
  • PERFORMANCE STUDIES, NEW MEDIA Go to
  • Philology Go to
  • Philosophy (ancient, medieval, modern and contemporary) with emphasis on the problem of time Go to
  • Philosophy and education Go to
  • Philosophy and neuroscience Go to
  • Photography Go to
  • Photography Go to
  • Polish and East European Theatre: Gardzienice and Jerzy Grotowski Go to
  • Political communication Go to
  • Political communication Go to
  • Political communication Go to
  • Political economy Go to
  • Political economy of communication Go to
  • POLITICAL ECONOMY OF CULTURE Go to
  • Popular culture, civic engagement and participation Go to
  • Popular culture Go to
  • Popularisation of science and medicine Go to
  • Popular music Go to
  • Populism Go to
  • Post-cinema Go to
  • Practice as research Go to
  • Presence Go to
  • Prevalence of cyberbullying and the profiles of bullies and victims Go to
  • Process arts (videographic, auditive, installative, and performative arts as well as the virtual / hypertextual cultural practices) Go to
  • Production of films Go to
  • Production studies Go to
  • Psychoanalytic literary theory Go to
  • Public opinion research Go to
  • Publics and youth in the changing digital media landscape Go to
  • Publishing industries Go to
Q
  • Qualitative methodology Go to
  • Qualitative methods of media research Go to
  • Qualitative research Go to
  • Quantitative und qualitative empirical methods Go to
R
  • Reception studies Go to
  • Regional history (Euregio, Saar-Lox-Lux, especially German speaking part of Belgium) Go to
  • Regulatory effectiveness and failure Go to
  • Religious studies (superstition, the body, cultural foundations of religions; contemporary religious endeavors) Go to
  • Research assessment Go to
  • Research management Go to
  • Research methodologies Go to
  • Research policy Go to
  • Rising of an advertising digital literacy Go to
  • Risk Go to
  • Risks and opportunities afforded by online technologies Go to
S
  • Science and art Go to
  • Science and art Go to
  • Science fiction, technology and utopian thinking Go to
  • Screen studies Go to
  • Semio-communicational approach of advertising discourse and media discourses Go to
  • Silent cinema Go to
  • Social acceleration Go to
  • Social and cultural theory Go to
  • Social aspects of datafied museums and cultural heritage Go to
  • Social consequences of mobile communication Go to
  • Social history of media Go to
  • Social history of the internet Go to
  • Socialization Go to
  • Social media Go to
  • Social media Go to
  • Social movements Go to
  • Social network sites Go to
  • Social network society Go to
  • Social participation through cultural productions Go to
  • Social robotics Go to
  • Social theory Go to
  • Social transformations Go to
  • Social uses and consequences of communication technologies Go to
  • Sociological studies on the uses of ICTs Go to
  • "SOCIOLOGY" "COMMUNICATIONS" Go to
  • Sociology Go to
  • SOCIOLOGY OF COMMUNICATION Go to
  • Sociology of cultural and communication processes Go to
  • Sound design Go to
  • Spanish-language theatre- and filmmakers Go to
  • Studies of representations of ageing women in the media Go to
  • Suicide calls on the telephone and the internet Go to
  • Survey methodology Go to
  • Suzuki training and Eastern theatre forms Go to
  • Symbolic power of media institutions Go to
  • Systems theory Go to
T
  • Technology and social power Go to
  • Technology and society Go to
  • Technology governance and policy Go to
  • Teenagers and consumption discourses Go to
  • Television and culture Go to
  • Television as heritage/Digital television heritage Go to
  • Television studies Go to
  • Text and discourse analysis Go to
  • THEATRE AND FILM Go to
  • Theoretical status of the brand name Go to
  • Theories of communication and media studies Go to
  • Theories of communication Go to
  • Theories of media representation Go to
  • Theories of performer training and performing Go to
  • Theories of the everyday Go to
  • Theories of the public (esp. three-level model of the public sphere) Go to
  • Theoritical definition of advertising discourses (stereotypes, intertextuality, aura of commodity, power of representation and political role) Go to
  • Theorizing media histories and archaeologies, automation anxiety Go to
  • Theory and methods of historiography (with a focus on digital history) Go to
  • Transformation of the public sphere through digital media Go to
  • Transnational and transcultural communication Go to
  • Transnational communication Go to
  • TRANSNATIONAL MEDIA HISTORY, DIGITAL HISTORY, EUROPEAN HISTORY OF COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES Go to
U
  • Urban big data Go to
  • Uses of instant messaging in professional contexts Go to
  • Uses of mobile games and ringtones Go to
V
  • Value orientations, value structures and mental structures Go to
  • Video Go to
  • Videographic film studies Go to
  • Violence in the media Go to
  • Visual and media narratives Go to
  • Visual arts and visual culture (drama, film; contemporary aesthetics; intermediality, acting and improvisation) Go to
  • Visual culture Go to
  • Visual Culture Studies Go to
  • Visual language Go to
  • Visual memory Go to
  • Visual Studies and its Boundaries (mirrors, frames and ‘immediacy’) Go to
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  • Work of operators in call centers (banking and telecom sectors) Go to
  • World cinema Go to
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