Publications: 2022

All publications are ordered alphabetically.

Articles, chapters and papers published before 2020 can be accessed through the newsletter archive or under "Books".

  • Arendt, F., & Mestas, M. (2022). Celebrity suicide of a pre-world war I spy: Colonel Redl and the Werther effect. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention, 43(2), 112-118.
  • Arendt, F., Mestas, M., & Forrai, M. (2022). Uncovering blind spots in the intention to provide adequate help to suicidal individuals: An exploratory web-based experiment. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention, 43(6), 493-499.
    Published online: 31/08/21
  • Axyonova, V., & Gawrich, A. (2022). Conceptualising normalisation in international organisations’ responses to secessionist conflicts: Insights from Eastern and South-Eastern Europe. In A. Gawrich, P. Haslinger, & M. Wingender (Eds.), Analysing conflict settings: Case studies from Eastern Europe with a focus on Ukraine (pp. 11-24). Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. [Open Access Download]
    Published online: 29/03/23
  • Axyonova, V., Kohstall, F., & Richter, C. (2022). Academics in exile: Networks, knowledge exchange and new forms of internationalization in academia. An introduction. In V. Axyonova, F. Kohstall, & C. Richter (Eds.), Academics in exile: Networks, knowledge exchange and new forms of internationalization (pp. 11-30). Bielefeld: Transcript. Verlag.
  • Axyonova, V., Cenuşa, D., & Gawrich, A. (2022). International negotiations and domestic change in the EU's Eastern neighborhood: Deconstructing antidiscrimination reforms in Moldova. East European Politics and Societies and Cultures, 36(2), 378-398.
  • Banjac, S., & Hanusch, F. (2022). Aspirational lifestyle journalism: The impact of social class on producers' and audiences' views in the context of socio-economic inequality. Journalism, 23(8), 1607-1625.
    Published online: 12/09/20
  • Banjac, S. & Hanusch, F. (2022). A question of perspective: Exploring audiences' views of journalistic boundaries. New Media & Society, 24(3), 705-723.
    Published online: 21/10/20
  • Bauer, T. A. (2022): Das Selbstbefinden und das Leben der Anderen. Anmerkungen zur Kontextualität von Identität. In A. Castañeda, & R. Chan (Eds.), Common Diversities. Junge Filipin@s im deutschsprachigen Raum (pp. 107-128). Berlin: regiospectra.
  • Bauer, T. A., & Zita, M.-B. (2022). Postpandemische Rettungsgasse Bildung. In Plattform für berufsbezogene Erwachsenenbildung (Ed.), Jahrbuch Weiterbildung (pp. 33-42). Wien: TÜV Austria Fach-Verlag.
  • Binder, A. (2022). Von Kindern zu Konsumierenden: Consumer Socialization of Children von John. In T. G. Meitz, N. S. Borchers, & B. Naderer (Eds.), Schlüsselwerke der Werbeforschung (pp. 223-233). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
    Published online: 01/01/23
  • Binder, A., Stubenvoll, M., Hirsch, M., & Matthes, J. (2022). Why am I getting this ad? How the degree of targeting disclosures and political fit affect persuasion knowledge, party evaluation, and online privacy behaviors. Journal of Advertising, 51(2), 206-222.
  • Bos, L., & Minihold, S. (2022). The ideological predictors of moral appeals by European political elites; An exploration of the use of moral rhetoric in multiparty systems. Political Psychology, 43(1), 45-63.
    Published online: 09/04/21
  • Boyer, M. M., Aaldering, L., & Lecheler, S. (2022). Motivated reasoning in identity politics: Group status as a moderator of political motivations. Political Studies, 70(2), 385–401.
  • Castro, L., Strömback, J., Esser, F., van Aelst, P. de Vreese, C., Aalberg, T., Cardenal, A., Corbu, N., Hopmann, D., Koc-Michalska, K., Matthes, J., Schemer, C., Sheafer, T., Splendore, S., Stanyer, J., Stepinska, A., Stetka, V., & Theocharis, Y. (2022). Navigating high-choice European political information environments: A comparative analysis of news user profiles and political knowledge. The International Journal of Press/Politics, 27(4), 827-859.
  • de Bruin, K., de Haan, Y., Kruikemeier, S., Lecheler, S., & Goutier, N. (2022). A first-person promise? A content-analysis of immersive journalistic productions. Journalism, 23(2), 479-498.
    Published online: 25/05/20
  • de Haan, Y., van den Berg, E., Goutier, N., Kruikemeier, S., & Lecheler, S. (2022). Invisible friend or foe? How journalists use and perceive algorithmic-driven tools in their research process. Digital Journalism, 10(10), 1775-1793.
    Published online: 15/02/22
  • Duchkowitsch, W. (2022). Der universitäre Ausbildungsweg zum Journalismus in Österreich. Otazky zurnalistiky, 65(1/2), 119-123.
  • Egelhofer, J. L., Boyer, M. M., Lecheler, S., & Aaldering, L. (2022). Populist attitudes and politicians' disinformation accusations: Effects on perceptions of media and politicians. Journal of Communication, 72(6), 619-632.
    Published online: 22/10/22
  • Einwiller, S. (2022). Emotionale Bindung durch Mitarbeiterkommunikation in Zeiten von Virtualisierung. PERSONALquarterly – Wissenschaftsjournal für die Personalpraxis, 03, 24-27.
  • Einwiller, S. (2022). Reputation und Image. Grundlagen, Einflussmöglichkeiten, Management (Reputation and image. Foundations, possibilities for influence, management). In A. Zerfass, M. Piwinger, & U. Röttger (Eds.), Handbuch Unternehmenskommunikation (Handbook of corporate communication) (3rd Edn., pp. 371-392). Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler.
  • Eisele, O., Litvyak, O., Brändle, V. K., Balluff, P., Fischeneder, A., Sotirakou, C., Syed Ali, P., & Boomgaarden, H. G. (2022). An emotional rally: Exploring commenters' responses to online news coverage of the COVID-19 crisis in Austria. Digital Journalism, 10(6), 952-975.
    Published online: 01/12/21
  • Eisele, O., Tolochko, P., & Boomgaarden, H. (2022). How do executives communicate about crises? A framework for comparative analysis. European Journal of Political Research, 61(4), 952-972.
    Published online: 21/12/21
  • Erdmann, E., & Dienlin, T. (2022). Binge-watching, self-determination, and well-being: A partially successful direct replication and extension of Granow et al. (2018). Journal of Media Psychology, 34(6), 383-394.
    Published online: 01/03/22
  • Götzenbrucker, G. (2022). Zwischen friedlichem Wandel und radikaler Freundlichkeit – zur Genese der Fridays-for-Future-Klimagerechtigkeitsproteste in jugendlichen Lebenswelten. SWS Rundschau, 62(4), 471-493.
  • Götzenbrucker, G. (2022). Klima-aktiv durch die Pandemie. Pandemiebedingte Herausforderungen von Klimagerechtigkeitsprotesten aus der Perspektive von "Fridays For Future" und veränderungsbestrebten Jugendlichen in Wien. Medien Journal, 45(4), 27-44.
  • Götzenbrucker, G., Griesbeck, M., & Preibisch, K. (2022) Qualitative Interviewforschung mit vulnerablen Gruppen: Methodologische Reflexionen zum Einsatz von Präsenz-, Telefon- und Videotelefonie-Interviews in einem Forschungsprojekt zu Angst und Mobilität. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung, 23(3), Artikel 5.
  • Hameleers, M., & Minihold, S. (2022). Constructing discourses on (un)truthfulness: Attributions of reality, misinformation, and disinformation by Politicians in a comparative social media setting. Communication Research, 49(8), 1176-1199.
    Published online: 24/12/20
  • Hanusch, F. (2022). Change and continuity in digital journalism: The Covid-19 pandemic as situational context for broader arguments about the field. Digital Journalism, 10(6), 1135-1140.
  • Hendrickx, J., Vandenberghe, H., & Truyens, P. (2022). Op weg naar diversiteit op nieuwsredacties in de Lage Landen? Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap, 50(4), 284-300.
  • Herczeg, P. (2022). Rezension: Lauerer, Corinna: Zaungespräche statt Brandschutzmauer. Die Beziehung von Werbung & Journalismus in Verlagen. Wiesbaden: Springer VS 2021, 306 Seiten. Publizistik, 67, 413-415.
    Published online: 27/06/22
  • Hoffmann, C. P., & Einwiller, S. (2022). Psychologische Dimensionen der Unternehmenskommunikation (Psychological dimensions of corporate communication). In A. Zerfass, M. Piwinger, & U. Röttger (Eds.), Handbuch Unternehmenskommunikation (Handbook of corporate communication) (3rd Edn., pp. 447-465). Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler.
  • Huber, B., Lepenies, R., Quesada Baena, L., & Allgaier, J. (2022). Beyond individualized responsibility attributions? How eco influencers communicate sustainability on TikTok. Environmental Communication, 16(6), 713-722.
    Published online: 14/10/22
  • Huber, R. A., Greussing, E., & Eberl, J.-M. (2022) From populism to climate scepticism: The role of institutional trust and attitudes towards science. Environmental Politics, 31(7), 1115-1138.
    Published online: 24/09/21
  • Hummel, R., & Götzenbrucker, G. (2022). Rationaler Diskurs und Rausch der Gefühle. Anmerkungen zu medialem Qualitätsmanagement. Medien und Zeit, 37(1), 34-43.
  • Kermani, H. (2022). Populist discourse and the resulting discontent in hybrid regimes: An examination of Rouhani's rhetoric in the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Political Research Exchange, 4(1), 2081585.
  • Kezer, M., Dienlin, T., & Baruh, L. (2022). Getting the privacy calculus right: Analyzing the relations between privacy concerns, expected benefits, and self-disclosure using response surface analysis. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 16(4), Article 1.
  • Koban, K., Biehl, J., Bornemeier, J., & Ohler, P. (2022). Compensatory video gaming. Gaming behaviours and adverse outcomes and the moderating role of stress, social interaction anxiety, and loneliness. Behaviour & Information Technology, 41(13), 2727-2744.
    Published online: 25/06/21
  • Koban, K., Neureiter, A., Stevic, A., & Matthes, J. (2022). The COVID-19 infodemic at your fingertips. Reciprocal relationships between COVID-19 information FOMO, bedtime smartphone news engagement, and daytime tiredness over time. Computers in Human Behavior, 130, 107175.
  • Kolokytha, O. (2022). Festival management practices. In C. DeVereaux (Ed.), Managing the arts and culture: Cultivating a field (pp. 263-289). NY and Oxon: Routledge.
  • Kolokytha, O. (2022). Bottom-up cultural diplomacy in the Greek periphery: The city of Chania and Dance Days Chania festival. City, Culture and Society, 29, 100448.
    Published online: 10/03/22
  • Krause, N. M., Freiling, I., & Scheufele, D. A. (2022). The infodemic 'infodemic:' Toward a more nuanced understanding of truth-claims and the need for (not) combatting misinformation. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 700(1), 112-123.
  • Lecheler, S., & Egelhofer, J. L. (2022). Disinformation, misinformation, and fake news: Understanding the supply side. In J. Strömbäck, Å. Wikforss, K. Glüer, T. Lindholm, & H. Oscarsson (Eds.), Knowledge resistance in high-choice information environments (pp. 69-87). London: Routledge.
  • Lee, S., Nanz, A., & Heiss, R. (2022). Platform-dependent effects of incidental exposure to political news on political knowledge and political participation. Computers in Human Behavior, 127, 107048.
  • Leroi-Werelds, S., & Matthes, J. (2022). Transformative value positioning for service brands: Key principles and challenges. Journal of Service Management, 33(4/5), 552-564.
  • Lind, F., Eberl, J.-M., Eisele, O., Heidenreich, T., Galyga, S., & Boomgaarden, H. G. (2022). Building the bridge: Topic modeling for comparative research. Communication Methods and Measures, 16(2), 96-114.
    Published online: 07/09/21
  • Loosen, W., Nölleke, D., & Springer, N. (2022). Journalismusforschung: Disziplin durch Entdisziplinierung. Interdisziplinarität in der Forschung und ihrem Gegenstand – Zur Einführung in das Themenheft. Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft, 70(1-2), 3-16.
  • Maares, P., & Hanusch, F. (2022). Interpretations of the journalistic field: A systematic analysis of how journalism scholarship appropriates Bourdieusian thought. Journalism, 23(4), 736-754.
    Published online: 04/10/20
  • Magkou, M., Kolokytha, O., Tsene, L. (2022). Αctivism and bottom-up narratives of change in Greek cultural policy: The case of #SupportArtWorkers. Journal of Cultural Management and Cultural Policy/ Zeitschrift für Kulturmanagement und Kulturpolitik, 8(2), 193-212.
    Published online: 07/12/22
  • Maier, D., Baden, C., Stoltenberg, D., De Vries-Kedem, M., & Waldherr, A. (2022). Machine translation vs. multilingual dictionaries: Assessing two strategies for the topic modeling of multilingual text collections. Communication Methods and Measures, 16(1), 19-38.
    Published online: 17/08/21
  • Matthes, J. (2022). Social media and the political engagement of young adults: Between mobilization and distraction. Online Media and Global Communication, 1(1), 6-22.
    Published online: 08/02/22
  • Matthes, J. (2022). Der Effekt der bloßen Darbietung: Attitudinal Effects of Mere Exposure von Zajonc. In T. G. Meitz, N. S. Borchers, & B. Naderer (Eds.), Schlüsselwerke der Werbeforschung (pp. 109-117). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
    Published online: 01/01/23
  • Matthes, J., Eicher, C., Naderer, B., Neureiter, A., Schmuck, D., & Zibarzani, M. (2022). Driving forces in green advertisements: A comparison of green advertisements in ten countries. In A. S. Kümpel, C. Peter, A. Schnauber-Stockmann, & F. Mangold (Eds.), Nachhaltigkeit als Gegenstand und Zielgröße der Rezeptions- und Wirkungsforschung. Aktuelle Studien und Befunde (pp. 209-230). Baden-Baden: Nomos.
  • Matthes, J., Hirsch, M., Stubenvoll, M., Binder, A., Kruikemeier, S., Lecheler, S., & Otto, L. (2022). Understanding the democratic role of perceived online political micro-targeting: Longitudinal effects on trust in democracy and political interest. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 19(4), 435-448.
  • Matthes, J., Karsay, K., Hirsch, M., Stevic, A., & Schmuck, D. (2022). Reflective smartphone disengagement: Conceptualization, measurement, and validation. Computers in Human Behavior, 128, 107078.
  • Mestas, M., & Arendt, F. (2022). Suicide: Media. In E. Ho, C. Bylund, & J. van Weert (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Health Communication (pp. 1-9). London: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Nanz, A., & Matthes, J. (2022). Kognitive Wirkungen politischer Kommunikation. In I. Borucki, K. Kleinen-von Königslöw, S. Marschall, & T. Zerback (Eds.), Handbuch Politische Kommunikation (pp. 597-614). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
  • Nanz, A., & Matthes, J. (2022). Democratic consequences of incidental exposure to political information: A meta-analysis. Journal of Communication, 72(3), 345-373.
  • Nanz, A., & Matthes, J. (2022). Seeing political information online incidentally. Effects of first- and second-level incidental exposure on democratic outcomes. Computers in Human Behavior, 133, 107285.
  • Nanz, A., Heiss, R., & Matthes, J. (2022). Antecedents of intentional and incidental exposure modes on social media and consequences for political participation: A panel study. Acta Politica, 57(2), 235-253.
  • Neureiter, A. (2022). Zentral vs. Peripher: Persuasionswege und Einstellungsänderungen in den Arbeiten von Petty und Cacioppo. In T. G. Meitz, N. S. Borchers, & B. Naderer (Eds.), Schlüsselwerke der Werbeforschung (pp. 159-170). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
    Published online: 01/01/23
  • Niederkrotenthaler, T., Till, B., Kirchner, S., Sinyor, M., Braun, M., Pirkis, J., Tran, U., Voracek, M., Arendt, F., Ftanou, M., Kovacs, R., King, K., Schlichthorst, M., Stack, S., & Spittal, M. (2022). Effects of media stories of hope and recovery on suicidal ideation and help-seeking attitudes and intentions: Systematic review and individual participant data meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. The Lancet Public Health, 7(2), e156–68.
  • Nölleke, D., Maares, P., & Hanusch, F. (2022). Illusio and disillusionment: expectations met or disappointed among young journalists. Journalism, 23(2), 320-336.
    Published online: 12/09/20
  • Reifegerste, D., Wilhelm, C., & Riesmeyer, C. (2022). How to tell the kids? Parental crisis communication during the COVID-19 pandemic. Studies in Communication Sciences, 22(1), 223-231.
  • Reinhardt, A., Weber, W., & Rossmann, C. (2022). Drivers of young adults' voluntary compliance with COVID-19 protective measures: Results from a multi-method study. BMC Public Health, 22, 2401.
    Published online: 21/12/22
  • Reinhardt, A., Rossmann, C., & Engel, E. (2022). Radio public service announcements to promote vaccinations for older adults: Effects of framing and distraction. Vaccine, 40(33), 4864-4871.
  • Reiter, F., & Matthes, J. (2022). How partisanship matters: A panel study on the democratic outcomes of perceived dirty campaigning. Politics and Governance, 10(4), 247-260.
    Published online: 30/12/22
  • Reiter, F., & Matthes, J. (2022). "The good, the bad, and the ugly". A panel study on the reciprocal effects of negative, dirty, and positive campaigning on political distrust. Mass Communication and Society, 25(5), 649-672.
  • Riedl, A., & Eberl, J.-M. (2022). Audience expectations of journalism: What's politics got to do with it? Journalism, 23(8), 1682-1699.
    Published online: 07/12/20
  • Righetti, N., Rossi, L., & Marino, G. (2022). At the onset of an infodemic: Geographic and disciplinary boundaries in researching problematic COVID-19 information. First Monday, 27(7).
  • Ruppel, C., Stranzl, J., & Einwiller, S. (2022). Employee-centric perspective on organizational crisis: how organizational transparency and support help to mitigate employees' uncertainty, negative emotions and job disengagement. Corporate Communications: An International Journal, 27(5), 1-22.
  • Scherr, S., Reifegerste, D., Arendt, F., van Weert, J., & Alden, D. (2022). Family involvement in medical decision making in Europe and the United States: A replication and extension in five countries. Social Science & Medicine, 301, 114932.
  • Schmuck, D., Hirsch, M., Stevic, A., & Matthes, J. (2022). Politics – simply explained? How influencers affect youth's perceived simplification of politics, political cynicism, and political interest. The International Journal of Press/Politics, 27(3), 738-762.
  • Schmuck, D., Matthes, J., von Sikorski, C., Rahmanian, M., & Bulat, B. (2022). Tearing us apart? Muslims' attitudes toward the majority population in response to differentiated versus undifferentiated news about terror. International Journal of Communication, 16, 1420-1440, retrieved from
  • Schulz-Tomančok, A., & Wilhelm, C. (2022). "Gender-Gaga-Forschung unerwünscht!": Eine qualitative Analyse von User: innen-Kommentaren zu anti-genderistischen Hate Speech Postings in Deutschland. MedienJournal, 46(3), 26-46.
    Published online: 13/02/23
  • Schäfer, S., Sülflow, M., & Reiners, L. (2022). Hate speech as an indicator for the state of the society: Effects of hateful user comments on perceived social dynamics. Journal of Media Psychology, 34(1), 3-15.
    Published online: 28/05/21
  • Seiffert-Brockmann, J., & Einwiller, S. (2022). Content-Strategien in der Unternehmenskommunikation: Themensetzung, Storytelling und Newsrooms (Content strategies in corporate communication: Agenda setting, storytelling and newsrooms). In A. Zerfass, M. Piwinger, & U. Röttger (Eds.), Handbuch Unternehmenskommunikation (Handbook of corporate communication) (3rd Edn., pp. 541-556). Wiesbaden: Springer Gabler.
  • Stamm, T. A., Partheymüller, J., Mosor, E., Ritschl, V., Kritzinger, S., & Eberl, J.-M. (2022). Coronavirus vaccine hesitancy among unvaccinated Austrians: Assessing underlying motivations and the effectiveness of interventions based on a cross-sectional survey with two embedded conjoint experiments. The Lancet Regional Health-Europe, 17, 100389.
  • Stein, J.-P., Koban, K., Joos, S., & Ohler, P. (2022). Worth the effort? Comparing different YouTube vlog production styles in terms of viewers' identification, parasocial response, immersion, and enjoyment. Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 16(3), 426-436.
  • Stevic, A., Koban, K., Binder, A., & Matthes, J. (2022). You are not alone: Smartphone use, friendship satisfaction, and anxiety during the COVID-19 crisis. Mobile Media & Communication, 10(2), 294-315.
  • Stevic, A., Schmuck, D., Koemets, A., Hirsch, M., Karsay, K., Thomas, M. F., & Matthes, J. (2022). Privacy concerns can stress you out: Investigating the reciprocal relationship between mobile social media privacy concerns and perceived stress. Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research, 47(3), 327-349.
  • Stoltenberg, D., Pfetsch, B., Keinert, A., & Waldherr, A. (2022). Who are they and where? Insights into the social and spatial dimensions of imagined audiences from a mobile diary study of Twitter users. Social Media + Society, 8(3).
  • Stubenvoll, M. (2022). Investigating the heterogeneity of misperceptions: A latent profile analysis of COVID-19 beliefs and their consequences for information-seeking. Science Communication, 44(6), 759-786.
    Published online: 10/12/22
  • Stubenvoll, M., & Matthes, J. (2022). Why retractions of numerical misinformation fail: The anchoring effect of inaccurate numbers in the news. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 99(2), 368-389.
  • Stürmer, L., Einwiller, S., Rußmann, U., & Kresser, S. (2022). Hybride Kommunikationsformen. Konflikte und Herausforderungen für die Kommunikationspraxis (Hybrid forms of content. Conflicts and challenges for communication practice). Communicatio Socialis – Zeitschrift für Medienethik und Kommunikation in Religion und Gesellschaft, 1/2022, 21-32.
  • Thomas, M. F., Binder, A., & Matthes, J. (2022). Love in the time of Corona: Predicting willingness to engage in sexting during the first COVID-19-related lockdown. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 51, 157-168.
    Published online: 07/02/22
  • Thomas, M. F., Binder, A., & Matthes, J. (2022). The agony of partner choice: The effects of excessive partner availability on fear of being single, self-esteem, and partner choice overload. Computers in Human Behavior, 126, 106977.
  • von Sikorski, C., Schmuck, D., Matthes, J., Klobasa, C., Knupfer, H., & Saumer, M. (2022). Do journalists differentiate between Muslims and Islamist terrorists? A content analysis of terrorism news coverage. Journalism, 23(6), 1171-1193.
  • Wahl, I., Kuso, S., & Wimmer, B. (2022). An assessment of learners' needs regarding learning videos and immersive learning environments. Digital Psychology, 3(2), 27-35.
  • Wilhelm, C. (2022). Die Kaufentscheidung als Lernprozess: The Theory of Buyer Behavior von John Howard und Jagdish Sheth. In T. G. K. Meitz, N. S. Borchers, & B. Naderer (Eds.), Schlüsselwerke der Werbeforschung (pp. 119-130). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
  • Wolfgruber, D., Stürmer, L., & Einwiller, S. (2022). Talking inclusion into being: Communication as a facilitator and obstructor of an inclusive work environment. Personnel Review, 51(7), 1841-1860.
  • Zoizner, A., Sheafer, T., Castro, L., Aalberg, T., Cardenal, A. S., Corbu, N., de Vreese, C., Esser, F., Hopmann, D. N., Koc-Michalska, K., Matthes, J., Schemer, C., Splendore, S., Stanyer, J., Stepinska, A. M., Stetka, V., Strömbäck, J., Theocharis, Y., & van Aelst, P. (2022). The effects of the COVID-19 outbreak on selective exposure: Evidence from 17 countries. Political Communication, 39(5), 674-696.