Advanced Methods and Techniques in Media Analysis
WP 5 - Civil Society and the Public Sphere
WP 5 events
Bremen, 22 July-17 August 2007
Organised by the Jean Monnet Centre for European Studies (CEuS), Bremen.
Venue: University of Bremen
Media analysis has become an integral
part of various disciplines studying public debates and political
discourses, from political science and sociology to communications
sciences. The methods of how to produce and analyse such data thus have
become highly important in recent years and are expected to become even
more so in the future. The University of Bremen organises and hosts the Summer School 'Advanced Methods and Techniques in Media Analysis'. The summer school focuses on media discourse analysis using the software Atlas.ti, and is part of RECON’s subproject on Civil Society and the Public Sphere (WP 5).
Manual on Atlas.ti
Research Report WP 5
The country experts and participants at the Summer School have produced data sets and results that are used in parts of this report, which is authored by Ulrike Liebert and Hans-Jörg Trenz, with Alexander Gattig, Sönke Maatsch and Regina Vetters. The report is restricted to RECON project members and was published in December 2008.
Christiano Bee (Universitŕ degli studi di Trento)
Mikhal Bukowski (Krakow)
Maximillian Conrad (Lund University)
Pieter de Wilde (ARENA, University of Oslo)
Samba Sarr Diop (Centre for European Studies, University of Bremen)
Priyasha Kaul (Centre for the study of Ethnicity and Citizenship, University of Bristol)
Ando Kitus (Tartu)
Akos Huszar (Institute of Sociology, Eötvös Loránd University Budapest)
Vlastimil Necas (Institute of Sociology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic)
Berna Numan (University of Reading)
Adrian Crespo Ortiz (Oslo)
Radostina Primova (University of Bremen)
Guri Rosén (ARENA, University of Oslo)
Tim Schöning (University of Bremen)
Jean Monnet Centre for European Studies, University of Bremen (Prof. Dr. Ulrike Liebert, Dr. Alexander Gattig, Sönke Maatsch) with ARENA, University of Oslo (Prof. Hans-Jörg Trenz, Regina Vetters).