This year’s annual meeting of the DGPuK is dedicated to “integration through communication in digitized public spheres”. The research group will be present with a panel on “Integration and division in digitized public spheres: The relevance of visibility in struggles over meaning”. The panel will be moderated by PD Dr. Merja Mahrt (University of Düsseldorf).
The following presentations are part of the panel:
- Brantner, C., Lobinger, K., & Springer, N. (2019). (In-)visible hate: Hate speech in online memes.
- Langmann, K., & Engelmann, I. (2019). Visibility of (un-)civil user comments: An explanatory model of possible reactions based on labelling and norm application.
- Detel, H., Wilhelm, C., & Stehle, H. (2019). Integrative or divisive potential? An analysis of the mutual expectations of journalists and media audiences against the background of a new visibility.
- Bock, A., & Schulze, A. (2019). Educational (in-)justice in the digital public sphere: On the relationship between sovereignty of interpretation and socio-culturally framed opportunities for participation.
The conference programme is available for download under http://www.dgpuk2019.de/tagungsinformationen/tagungsprogramm/.