Senja Post
Senja Post
Professor of Science Communication, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (Germany)
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Klimakatastrophe oder katastrophenklima?
S Post
Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, 2008
Scientific objectivity in journalism? How journalists and academics define objectivity, assess its attainability, and rate its desirability
S Post
Journalism 16 (6), 730-749, 2015
Communicating science in public controversies: Strategic considerations of the German climate scientists
S Post
Public Understanding of Science 25 (1), 61-70, 2016
How journalists verify user-generated content during terrorist crises. Analyzing Twitter communication during the Brussels attacks
A Rauchfleisch, X Artho, J Metag, S Post, MS Schäfer
Social Media+ Society 3 (3), 2056305117717888, 2017
Coping with Audience Hostility. How Journalists’ Experiences of Audience Hostility Influence Their Editorial Decisions
S Post, HM Kepplinger
Journalism Studies, 2019
Incivility in controversies: The influence of presumed media influence and perceived media hostility on the antagonists in the German conflict over aircraft noise
S Post
Communication Research 44 (8), 1149-1175, 2017
Forschungsfeld Hochschulkommunikation
B Fähnrich, J Metag, S Post, MS Schäfer
Springer VS, 2019
Communicating scientific evidence: Scientists’, journalists’ and audiences’ expectations and evaluations regarding the representation of scientific uncertainty
M Maier, J Milde, S Post, L Günther, G Ruhrmann, B Barkela
Communications 41 (3), 239-264, 2016
Polarizing Communication as Media Effects on Antagonists. Understanding Communication in Conflicts in Digital Media Societies
S Post
Communication Theory, 2018
Stakeholders’ rationales for representing uncertainties of biotechnological research
S Post, M Maier
Public Understanding of Science 25 (8), 944-960, 2016
Wahrheitskriterien von Journalisten und Wissenschaftlern
S Post
Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, 2013
A desire for authoritative science? How citizens’ informational needs and epistemic beliefs shaped their views of science, news, and policymaking in the COVID-19 pandemic
S Post, N Bienzeisler, M Lohöfener
Public Understanding of Science 30 (5), 496-514, 2021
Der Einfluss der Medien auf die Klimaforschung
HM Kepplinger, S Post
Natur und Geist. 24, 25-28, 2008
Concepts, causes and consequences of trust in news media–a literature review and framework
N Fawzi, N Steindl, M Obermaier, F Prochazka, D Arlt, B Blöbaum, ...
Annals of the International Communication Association 45 (2), 154-174, 2021
Between guilt and obligation: Debating the responsibility for climate change and climate politics in the media
S Post, K Kleinen-von Königslöw, MS Schäfer
Environmental Communication 13 (6), 723-739, 2019
Politicized Science Communication: Predicting Scientists’ Acceptance of Overstatements by Their Knowledge Certainty, Media Perceptions, and Presumed Media Effects
S Post, N Ramirez
Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 2018
Reputation von Hochschulen
D Vogler, S Post
Forschungsfeld Hochschulkommunikation, 319-340, 2019
How news media (de-) legitimize national and international climate politics–A content analysis of newspaper coverage in five countries
K Kleinen-von Königslöw, S Post, MS Schäfer
International Communication Gazette 81 (6-8), 518-540, 2019
Hochschulkommunikation aus kommunikationswissenschaftlicher Perspektive
B Fähnrich, J Metag, S Post, MS Schäfer
Forschungsfeld Hochschulkommunikation, 1-21, 2019
Transnationalisierte Öffentlichkeit und Klimapolitik
MS Schäfer, S Post, R Schwab, K Kleinen-von Königslöw
Publizistik 63 (2), 207-244, 2018
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