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CamForS Team

Campaigning for Strasbourg (CamforS) is a sub-project of DigiDeMo conducting a cross-national comparison of campaign mobilization in social media. Building upon a broad expertise in political communication research, CamforS focuses on how traditional and new political actors use social media (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) to inform, interact with, and mobilize voters, as well as which target audiences they address during the European Election Campaign 2019.

Dr Delia Cristina Balaban

 Professor

Dr Paweł Baranowski

 

Dr Márton Bene

 

  • Centre for Social Sciences, Hungary & Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
  • E-mail: bene.marton@tk.mta.hu
  • Web page: Researchgate Márton Bene
  • Research interests: Political communication, social media and politics, political behavior

Dr Andrea Ceron

Assistant Professor

  • Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy
  • E-mail: andrea.ceron@unimi.it
  • Web page: andreaceron.com
  • Research interests: Intra-party politics, quantitative text analysis, social media, parties and political institutions, media and politics, political trust

Xénia Farkas

 

Dr Vicente Fenoll

 

  • University of Valencia, Spain
  • Research interests: Social media, journalism studies, political communication, online communication, automated content analysis

Dr Jörg Haßler

 

  • Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany
  • E-mail: joerg.hassler@ifkw.lmu.de
  • Web page: LMU Jörg Haßler
  • Research interests: Political communication, online communication, election campaigning and party communication, mediatization processes and media change

Dr Dan Jackson

 

  • Research interests: Political communication, journalism studies, online deliberation, sports communication

Simon Kruschinski, M.A.

 

  • Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz, Germany
  • E-mail: simon.kruschinski@uni-mainz.de
  • Web page: www.simonkruschinski.de
  • Research interests: Technology-intensive and data-driven campaigning, voter mobilization and persuasion, opportunities and challenges of computational communication science for political communication research

Dr Anders Olof Larsson

 Professor

Dr Darren Lilleker

Professor and Deputy Head of the Department of Humanities and Law

Dr Melanie Magin

Associate Professor

  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway
  • E-mail: melanie.magin@ntnu.no
  • Web page: NTNU Melanie Magin; melanie-magin.net/
  • Research interests: Political communication, media sociology, comparative research, media performance, online communication, media systems and media structures, media policy

Dr Peter Maurer

 

  • Universität Trier, Fachbereich II, Medienwissenschaft
  • E-mail: maurer@uni-trier.de
  • Web page: Uni Trier Peter Maurer
  • Research interests: Political communication in digital contexts, journalism, media and politics

Dr Meda Mucundorfeanu

 

Dr Uta Rußmann

 FH-Professor

  • FHWien der WKW University of Applied Sciences for Management & Communication, Vienna, Austria
  • E-mail: uta.russmann@fh-wien.ac.at
  • Web page: Researchgate Uta Rußmann
  • Research interests: Digital communication, (visual) social media, Public Relations, strategic communication, political communication, media and elections

Katharina Schlosser, M.A.

 

Dr Anastasia Veneti

 

  • Bournemouth University, United Kingdom
  • E-mail: aveneti@bournemouth.ac.uk
  • Web page: Bournemouth Anastasia Veneti
  • Research interests: Political communication, political advertising, social movements and protest, visual communication, political campaigning, selfies, art and protest, media framing

Anna-Katharina Wurst, M.A.