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Thomas Häussler
Thomas Häussler
Media specialist, Federal Office of Communication
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Applying LDA topic modeling in communication research: Toward a valid and reliable methodology
D Maier, A Waldherr, P Miltner, G Wiedemann, A Niekler, A Keinert, ...
Communication Methods and Measures 12 (2-3), 93-118, 2018
4062018
A changing climate of skepticism: The factors shaping climate change coverage in the US press
H Schmid-Petri, S Adam, I Schmucki, T Häussler
Public Understanding of Science 26 (4), 498-513, 2017
862017
Identifying and analyzing hyperlink issue networks
S Adam, T Häußler, H Schmid-Petri, U Reber
Political Communication in the Online World, 233-247, 2015
212015
How political conflict shapes online spaces: a comparison of climate change hyperlink networks in the US and Germany
T Häussler, S Adam, H Schmid-Petri, U Reber
International journal of communication 11, 3096-3117, 2017
182017
Heating up the debate? Measuring fragmentation and polarisation in a German climate change hyperlink network
T Häussler
Social Networks 54, 303-313, 2018
162018
Civil society, the media and the Internet: changing roles and challenging authorities in digital political communication ecologies
T Häussler
Information, communication & society 24 (9), 1265-1282, 2021
152021
Coalitions and counter-coalitions in online contestation: An analysis of the German and British climate change debate
S Adam, T Häussler, H Schmid-Petri, U Reber
New media & society 21 (11-12), 2671-2690, 2019
132019
Patterns of polarization: Transnational dynamics in climate change online networks in the US and Switzerland
T Häussler
The information society 35 (4), 184-197, 2019
122019
Homophily and prestige: An assessment of their relative strength to explain link formation in the online climate change debate
H Schmid-Petri, S Adam, U Reber, T Häussler, D Maier, P Miltner, ...
Social networks 55, 47-54, 2018
122018
The climate of debate: How institutional factors shape legislative discourses on climate change. A comparative framing perspective
T Häussler, H Schmid-Petri, S Adam, U Reber, D Arlt
Studies in communication sciences 16 (1), 94-102, 2016
122016
How climate change skeptics (try to) spread their ideas: Using computational methods to assess the resonance among skeptics’ and legacy media
S Adam, U Reber, T Häussler, H Schmid-Petri
PloS one 15 (10), e0240089, 2020
112020
The media and the public sphere: A deliberative model of democracy
T Häussler
Routledge, 2017
102017
Political contestation online: Analyzing coalitions and their online strength in the field of climate change
S Adam, T Häussler, H Schmid-Petri, U Reber
New Media & Society 21 (11-12), 2671-2690, 2019
62019
Zwischen Masse, Markt und Macht
P Meier, T Häussler
Chronos, 2010
62010
Person vs. Argumentation? Die Personalisierung der politischen Berichterstattung in Grossbritannien und der Schweiz seit 1960
T Häussler
Zeitschrift für Kommunikationsökologie und Medienethik 1 (2008), 6-9, 2008
52008
An analysis of online framing dynamics between climate advocates and skeptics in the UK
S Adam, H Schmid-Petri, U Reber, T Häussler
42019
A dynamic perspective on publics and counterpublics: The role of the blogosphere in pushing the issue of climate change during the 2016 US presidential campaign
H Schmid-Petri, U Reber, D Arlt, D Elgesem, S Adam, T Häussler
Environmental communication 14 (3), 378-390, 2020
32020
Different actors, different factors? A comparison of the news factor orientation between newspaper journalists and civil-society actors
H Schmid-Petri, T Häussler, S Adam
Communications 41 (4), 399-419, 2016
32016
Stichprobenziehung aus dem Netz–Wie man themenspezifische Online-Inhalte erfassen kann
D Maier, A Waldherr, P Miltner, H Schmid-Petri, T Häussler, S Adam
Halem 11, 90-110, 2014
32014
Contest, Conflict, and Consensus
T Häussler
Universität Bern, 2011
12011
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