Hanna Marzinkowski M.A.

Empirical Methods of Communication Science
Hanna Marzinkowski, M.A.
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Hanna Marzinkowski
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Curriculum vitae Hanna Marzinkowski M.A. Show content
  • since 11/2018: Research associate at the chair Empirical Methods of Communication Science at the Institute of Communication Research, Friedrich Schiller University Jena
  • 2016-2018: Research associate in third-party (DFG) funded research project dfg-projekt_engelmann
  • 2014-2016: Master's Course in Public Communication (M.A.) at Friedrich Schiller University Jena. Coder in third-party (BMBF) funded research project Analyse von Diskursen in Social Media, Research assistant at the chair Communication Science / Media Economics, Graduate Academy Jena and in the third-party (DFG) funded research project Deliberative Interaktionen in Nutzerkommentaren. Eine Mehr-Ebenen-Analyse verschiedener Einflussfaktoren auf Umfang und Qualität von Diskussionen im Internet
  • 2013 & 2014: Internships in the Brazilian Office of the Heinrich Böll Foundation (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) and the Regional Office Brazil of the Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ, Brasília, Brazil)
  • 2010-2014: Bachelor's course in Political Science (B.A.) at Free University Berlin and Universidade de São Paulo (Brazil). Research assistant at ARD Text (Potsdam) and in the Public Relations department of the Green parliamentary group at the regional parliament of Brandenburg (Potsdam)

Publications, talks & teaching

Publications Show content

Peer reviewed journal articles

  • Guenther, L., Bischoff, J., Löwe, A., Marzinkowski, H., & Voigt, M. (2019). Scientific evidence and science journalism: Analysing the representation of (un)certainty in German print and online media. Journalism Studies, 20(1), 40-59. doi:10.1080/1461670X.2017.1353432
  • Marzinkowski, H., & Engelmann, I. (2018). Die Wirkung guter Argumente: Deliberative Qualität in journalistischen Online-Artikeln und das Ausmaß der Nutzerbeteiligung im Kommentarbereich [The effects of "good" arguments: Deliberative quality in journalistic online articles and the amount of user participation in the comment section]. Publizistik, 63(2), 269-287. doi:10.1007/s11616-018-0408-2

Book chapters

  • Marzinkowski, H., Heerdegen, S., Lipovac, N., & Voigt, M. (2019). Kein "Like" für die Politik – Eine Erklärung der Nichtnutzung politischer Partizipationsangebote auf Facebook [No "likes" for Political Issues: Explaining the Non-Usage of Political Participation Opportunities on Facebook]. In I. Engelmann, M. Legrand & H. Marzinkowski (Hrsg.), Politische Partizipation im Medienwandel [Political Participation in a changing Media Environment] (p. 247–273). Digital Communication Research, Band 6. doi:10.17174/dcr.v6.10
  • Guenther, L., & Marzinkowski, H. (2018). Evidenz und (falsche) Ausgewogenheit in der Berichterstattung über Medizin und Gesundheit: Eine Inhaltsanalyse von Print- und Online-Medien [Evidence and (false) Balance in the Reporting on Medicine and Health: A Content Analysis of Print and Online Media]. In P. Stehr, D. Heinemeier & C. Rossmann (Hrsg.), Evidenzbasierte I Evidenzinformierte Gesundheitskommunikation [Evidence based | Evidence informed Health Communication] (p. 191–202). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Editorships

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Refereed conference papers

  • Marzinkowski, H., & Engelmann, I. (2019). Network Analytical Approaches for Analyzing User Comments on News Websites. Paper presented at Sunbelt 2019 – XXXIX Conference of the International Network for Social Network Analysis, 18–23 June, Montréal, Canada.
  • Marzinkowski, H., & Engelmann, I. (2018). Deliberative (dis)similarities in the comment section. Paper presented at The Deliberative Quality of Communication Conference 2018, 8–9 November, Mannheim, Germany.
  • Engelmann, I., & Marzinkowski, H. (2018). Is there a connection between mediated public deliberation and the deliberative quality of subsequent user discussions? Paper presented at The Deliberative Quality of Communication Conference 2018, 8–9 November, Mannheim, Germany.
  • Marzinkowski, H., & Engelmann, I. (2018). The Role of News Coverage for the Willingness to Speak Out Publicly in Comment Sections. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), 24–28 May, Prague/Czech Republic.
  • Guenther, L., & Marzinkowski, H. (2017). Mediale, evidenzbasierte Gesundheitskommunikation: Wie stellen Journalisten wissenschaftliche Evidenz dar? Paper presented at the 2nd Annual Meetring of the Health Communication Division of the German Communication Association (DGPuK), 15–17 November, Erfurt, Germany.
  • Marzinkowski, H., & Engelmann, I. (2017). Integrating platform characteristics into research designs on explaining amounts or qualities of user comments current challenges and suggestions for future research. Workshop at the Preconference "Comments, Anyone? Multidisciplinary Approaches for Analyzing Online User Comments across News and Other Content Formats", 25 May, San Diego/USA.
  • Guenther, L., Bischoff, J., Löwe, A., Marzinkowski, H., & Voigt, M. (2017). Scientific evidence and science journalism: Analyzing the representation of (un)certainty in German print and online media. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), 25–29 May, San Diego/USA.
  • Marzinkowski, H., & Engelmann, I. (2017). Der Einfluss deliberativer Qualität in journalistischen Online-Artikeln auf das Ausmaß der Nutzerbeteiligung im Kommentarbereich. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the German Communication Association (DGPuK), 30 March – 1 April, Düsseldorf, Germany.
  • Marzinkowski, H., & Engelmann, I. (2017). Die Kraft des besseren Arguments? Einflüsse deliberativer Qualitätskriterien in Online-Nachrichtenartikeln auf Partizipation und Interaktivität von Nutzern. Paper presented at the Joined Annual Conference of the Politics and Communication Division of the German Political Science Association (DVPW) and the Communication and Politics Dividion of the German Communication Association (DGPuK), 16–18 February, Jena, Germany.
  • Bischoff, J., Koetter, M., Loewe, A., Marzinkowski, H., Voigt, M., & Guenther, L. (2016). Evidenz und (falsche) Ausgewogenheit im Wissenschaftsjournalismus: Eine Analyse der Wissenschaftsberichterstattung deutscher Printmedien on- und offline. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual Meeting of the Science Communication Ad-hoc nterest Group of the German Communication Association (DGPuK), 5–6 February, Dresden, Germany.
Teaching courses Show content
  • Winter semester 2019/20: Module Methods and Statistics of Communication Science II (Seminar Applied Statistics and Seminar Applied Methods – Content Analysis; 4 LP)
  • Summer semester 2019: Seminar Research practice in the public sphere – Introduction to Social Network Analysis (2 LP)
  • Winter semester 2018/19: Module Methods and Statistics of Communication Science II (Seminar Applied Statistics and Seminar Applied Methods – Content Analysis; 4 LP)
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