Scientific Project Outputs

Find here papers, presentations, talks and books based and inspired by the MEDLIT project activities:

IAMCR 2017

Conference IAMCR 2017 "Transforming Culture, Politics & Communication: New media, new territories, new discourses" in Cartagena, Colombia

Media Literacy Competencies for Navigating Media Cultures: Findings of a Comparative Study in Southeast Asia

This paper was presented by Zeppelin University's MEDLIT project at the IAMCR conference 2017 Transforming Culture, Politics & Communication: New media, new territories, new discourses in Cartagena, Colombia.

IAMCR Conference 2017 Website

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ECREA / DFG Conference Critical Mediatization Research 2016

Conference "Critical Mediatization Research. Power, inequality and social change in a mediatized age" (University of Bremen)

Studying Mediatization through a Media Cultural Lense: The Case of Media Literacy

This paper was presented by Zeppelin University's MEDLIT project at the Conference Critical Mediatization Research. Power, inequality and social change in a mediatized age of the ECREA section “Mediatization”, organized by the DFG Priority Programme “Mediatized Worlds” at the University of Bremen.

Conference Website

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Department Research Talks Vienna

© Michael-Bernhard Zita

Media and Information Literacy Studies in Reference to Cultural Globalization and Media Change

Within the Research Talks of the Department of Communication at the University of Vienna, the Scientific Coordinator of MEDLIT, Prof. Thomas Bauer, presented the project and its theoretical background on June 20th, 2016. In his speech about "Media and Information Literacy Studies in Reference to Cultural Globalization and Media Change", he described the project's role as a reaction to such a globalization. Prof. Bauer pointed out that the including partners are neighbors, but different in their social systems, culture, and religions. Due to these differences and similarities, an exchange of concepts, problem perspectives, and educational programs responds to the border-transcending and globally standardized communication and interaction habits in the frame of (social) media. 

As the AJC Intensive Seminar and the Hanoi Media Days took place at the Department at the same time, we were glad to welcome representatives from our partner University in Hanoi, the Academy of Journalism and Communication, in the audience of this Research Talk. 

For more information, please visit the Department's website.