Worlds of Journalism Study The international comparative research project investigates the conditions, limitations and social functions of journalism as well as the professional orientations of journalists worldwide.
From Broadsheet to Tabloid The study explores how the change of page format affects newspaper’s content and editorial work. It also explores the reception of the format change among the audience and the advertisers.
Transparency to Journalism Management The project elucidates the role of journalistic organizations’ middle management in organizing journalistic work, in particular concerning the development of editorial control systems.
Next Media Transforming the Media Experience The Next Media research programme (2010-2013) aims at innovations which by means of new business models, concepts and technology, meet people's insatiable need for engaging and activating media experiences.
Towards Engaging Journalism The project aims to analyze the relevance of journalism from the perspective of social networks. How does journalism engage its readers and how does journalism maintain public’s sense of connection to the public sphere.
Culture Industry and Dialectics The dissertation focuses on the thinking of Theodor W. Adorno and especially on his theory of the culture industry. Its main goal is to foreground Adorno’s research method and explicate its central premises.
News Blogging in Russia This doctoral dissertation project is about citizen journalism of Russian blogs and its impact on news media.