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2021

Adam, Silke; Reber, Ueli; Häussler, Thomas; Schmid-Petri, Hannah (5 February 2021). Klimawandelskeptiker und ihre (mögliche) Resonanz in den Massenmedien (Unpublished). In: 5. Jahrestagung der Fachgruppe Wissenschaftskommunikation der DGPuK - "Wissenschaftskommunikation in zivilgesellschaftlichen Auseinandersetzungen". Online. 05.02.2021.

2020

Reber, Ueli (2020). Global climate change or national climate changes? An analysis of the performance of online issue publics in integrating global issues. Environmental communication, 15(2), pp. 173-188. Taylor and Francis Group 10.1080/17524032.2020.1812685

Adam, Silke; Reber, Ueli; Häussler, Thomas; Schmid-Petri, Hannah (2020). How climate change skeptics (try to) spread their ideas: Using computational methods to assess the resonance among skeptics’ and legacy media. PLoS ONE, 15(10), e0240089. Public Library of Science 10.1371/journal.pone.0240089

2019

Schmid-Petri, Hannah; Reber, Ueli; Arlt, Dorothee; Elgesem, Dag; Adam, Silke; Häussler, Thomas (2019). A dynamic perspective on publics and counterpublics: The role of the blogosphere in pushing the issue of climate change during the 2016 US presidential campaign. Environmental communication, 14(3), pp. 378-390. Taylor and Francis Group 10.1080/17524032.2019.1677738

Adam, Silke; Häussler, Thomas; Reber, Ueli; Schmid-Petri, Hannah (3 September 2019). How climate change skeptics spread their ideas: A multi-method approach to assess the effect of online communication on media coverage (Unpublished). In: European Symposium Series on Societal Challenges in Computational Social Science 2019. ETH Zurich. 02.09.19 — 04.09.19.

Adam, Silke; Schmid-Petri, Hannah; Reber, Ueli; Häussler, Thomas (24 May 2019). An analysis of online framing dynamics between climate advocates and skeptics in the UK (Unpublished). In: 69th Annual International Communication Association (ICA) Conference. Washington. 24.05.-28.05.2019.

Reber, Ueli (2019). Overcoming Language Barriers: Assessing the Potential of Machine Translation and Topic Modeling for the Comparative Analysis of Multilingual Text Corpora. Communication methods and measures, 13(2), pp. 102-125. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/19312458.2018.1555798

Adam, Silke; Häussler, Thomas; Reber, Ueli; Schmid-Petri, Hannah (4 April 2019). How climate change skeptics spread their ideas: the role of online communication in shaping mass media debates (Unpublished). In: Jahrestagung der Schweizer Gesellschaft für Kommunikations- und Medienwissenschaft. St.Gallen. 04.04.-05.04.2019.

Adam, Silke; Häussler, Thomas; Schmid-Petri, Hannah; Reber, Ueli (2019). Coalitions and counter-coalitions in online contestation: An analysis of the German and British climate change debate. New media & society, 21(11-12), pp. 2671-2690. Sage 10.1177/1461444819855966

2018

Schmid-Petri, H.; Arlt, D.; Reber, U.; Elgesem, D.; Adam, S.; Häussler, T. (1 November 2018). A dynamic perspective on publics and counterpublics: The role of the blogosphere in pushing the issue of climate change during the 2016 US presidential campaign (Unpublished). In: ECREA 2018 (European Communication Research and Education Association), 7th European Communication Conference (ECC) - " Centres and Peripheries: Communication, Research, Translation". Lugano, Switzerland. 31.10.-03.11.2018.

Schmid-Petri, Hannah; Adam, Silke; Reber, Ueli; Häussler, Thomas; Maier, Daniel; Miltner, Peter; Pfetsch, Barbara; Waldherr, Annie (2018). Homophily and prestige: An assessment of their relative strength to explain link formation in the online climate change debate. Social networks, 55, pp. 47-54. Elsevier 10.1016/j.socnet.2018.05.001

Adam, Silke; Häussler, Thomas; Schmid-Petri, Hanna; Reber, Ueli (26 May 2018). Political contestation online: Analyzing coalitions and their online strength in the field of climate change (Unpublished). In: 68th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association - "Communication and the Evolution of Voice". Prague, Czech Republic. 24.05.-28.05.2018.

Maier, Daniel; Waldherr, Annie; Miltner, Peter; Wiedemann, Gregor; Niekler, Andreas; Keinert, Alexa; Pfetsch, Barbara; Heyer, Gerhard; Reber, Ueli; Häussler, Thomas; Schmid-Petri, Hannah; Adam, Silke (2018). Applying LDA topic modeling in communication research: Toward a valid and reliable methodology. Communication methods and measures, 12(2-3), pp. 93-118. Taylor & Francis 10.1080/19312458.2018.1430754

2017

Häussler, Thomas; Adam, Silke; Schmid-Petri, Hannah; Reber, Ueli (2017). How Political Conflict Shapes Online Spaces: A Comparison of Climate Change Hyperlink Networks in the U.S. and Germany. International journal of communication, 11, pp. 3096-3117. USC Annenberg

Schmid-Petri, H.; Häussler, Thomas; Adam, Silke; Reber, Ueli; Maier, M.; Miltner, P.; Pfetsch, B.; Waldherr, A. (25 May 2017). Homophily versus prestige – adding topics to the explanation of link formation on the web. (Unpublished). In: Jahrestagung der International Communication Association (ICA). San Diego.

Maier, M.; Waldherr, A.; Miltner, P.; Wiedemann, G.; Niekler, A.; Keinert, A.; Pfetsch, B.; Heyer, G.; Reber, Ueli; Häussler, Thomas; Schmid-Petri, H.; Adam, Silke (25 May 2017). Applying LDA topic modeling in communication research. Towards a valid and reliable methodology (Unpublished). In: Jahrestagung der International Communication Association (ICA). San Diego.

Adam, Silke; Maurer, M.; Häussler, Thomas; Hassler, J.; Oschatz, C.; Reber, Ueli; Schmid-Petri, H. (25 May 2017). Climate Change Communication - A Divide between the Online and Offline World? (Unpublished). In: Jahrestagung der International Communication Association (ICA). San Diego.

Adam, Silke; Häussler, Thomas; Schmid-Petri, H.; Reber, Ueli (1 April 2017). The role of the Web for counter-coalitions in the climate change debate in Germany, Switzerland and the UK. (Unpublished). In: DGPuK-Jahrestagung. Düsseldorf.

2016

Häussler, Thomas; Schmid-Petri, Hannah; Adam, Silke; Reber, Ueli; Arlt, Dorothee (2016). The climate of debate: How institutional factors shape legislative discourses on climate change. A comparative framing perspective. Studies in communication sciences, 16(1), pp. 94-102. Elsevier 10.1016/j.scoms.2016.04.002

2015

Adam, Silke; Häussler, Thomas; Schmid-Petri, Hannah; Reber, Ueli (2015). Identifying and analyzing hyperlink issue networks. In: Vowe, Gerhard; Henn, Philipp (eds.) Political Communication in the Online World: Theoretical Approaches and Research Designs. Routledge Research in Political Communication: Vol. 13 (pp. 233-247). New York: Routledge

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