Talks

ACADEMIC PRESENTATIONS

Andreas Jungherr, Harald Schoen, and Alexander Wuttke. 2017. “Measuring Effects of Interest Groups’ Mailings in Survey Experiments and in the Field.” Paper presented at the MPSA 75th National Conference, Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, USA on 6-9 April.

Andreas Jungherr und Oliver Posegga. 2016. Focus points of political attention: Collective curating on Twitter during the federal election 2013 in Germany. International Journal of Press/Politics Conference, 28.-30. September, Oxford.

Andreas Jungherr. 2016. Integrating Digital Trace Data in Political Communication Research. Digital Discussions: How Big Data Informs Political Communication, 22-24. September, Ausin, TX.

Andreas Jungherr und Oliver Posegga. 2016. Focus points of political attention: Collective curating on Twitter during the 2013 federal election in Germany. Paper präsentiert wahrend der 8th ECPR General Conference: European Consortium for Political Research, 7.-10. September, Prag.

Andreas Jungherr. 2016. “Pecha Kucha Talk”. Talk given at International Research in Computational Social Sciences: Networking for Postdoctoral Researchers. Funded by Volkswagen Foundation, held at GESIS. February 23rd – 26th, Köln.

Andreas Jungherr, Harald Schoen and Pascal Jürgens. 2015. “The mediation of politics through Twitter: An analysis of messages posted during the campaigns for the German federal election 2013”. Paper presented at CSSWS’15: Computational Social Science Winter Symposium’15. December 2, Köln.

Andreas Jungherr, Harald Schoen, Oliver Posegga, and Pascal Jürgens. 2015. “Measuring the Political Agenda by Analyzing Tweets”. Paper presented at the 2015 APSA Annual Meeting. September 3-6, San Francisco, CA.

Andreas Jungherr, Pascal Jürgens, and Harald Schoen. 2015. “The Interconnection Between Political Coverage in Traditional Media and on Twitter.” 13th Annual APSA Pre Conference on Political Communication. 2. September, San Francisco, CA.

Andreas Jungherr. 2015. “Four uses of Digital Tools in Political Campaigns: Routines, information, resource, and symbol”. Paper presented at the Workshop Digital Media, Power, and Democracy in Election Campaigns. Organized by Andrew Chadwick and Jennifer Stromer-Galley. July 2-3, Washington DC.

Andreas Jungherr. 2014. “The Role of the Internet in Political Campaigns in Germany: The Federal Election 2013.” Paper presented at the 7th ECPR General Conference: European Consortium for Political Research. Glasgow, UK on 3-6 September 2014.

Andreas Jungherr. 2014. “Online campaigning in Germany: A Development Toward Integrated Campaigns.” Paper presented on the Panel Digital Campaigning and Political Organizations, IPSA 23rd World Congress of Political Science, Montreal, Québec Canada on 19-24 July.

Andreas Jungherr, Oliver Posegga, Harald Schoen and Pascal Jürgens. 2014. “Attention online and electoral success: An uneasy relationship.” Paper presented at the conference Election Studies: Reviewing the Bundestagswahl 2013, Munich, Germany on 26-27 June.

Andreas Jungherr. 2013. “Digitale Spuren der Bundestagswahl 2009: Twitter-Nachrichten zwischen taktischer Unterstützung und symbolischer Zugehörigkeitserklärung.” Paper presented at the DGPuK Fachgruppentagung der Fachgruppe computervermittelte Kommunikation “Digital Methods – Innovative Ansätze zur Analyse öffentlicher Kommunikation im Internet“, Wien, Austria on 7-9 November.

Pascal Jürgens and Andreas Jungherr. 2013. “Die Netzwerke politischer Gespräche im Vergleich: Twitternutzung in den Bundestagswahlkämpfen 2009 und 2013.” Paper presented at the DGPuK Fachgruppentagung der Fachgruppe computervermittelte Kommunikation “Digital Methods – Innovative Ansätze zur Analyse öffentlicher Kommunikation im Internet“, Wien, Austria on 7-9 November.

Andreas Jungherr and Pascal Jürgens. 2013. “Through a glass, darkly: what digital data traces can tell about collective action.” Paper presented at the workshop “Collective Action On-­line: Theories and Methods” ECPR Joint Sessions. Mainz, Germany on 11-16 March.

Andreas Jungherr. 2012. “Online campaigning in Germany: The CDU online campaign for the general election 2009 in Germany.” Paper presented at the workshop “Parties and Campaigning in the Digital Era” ECPR Joint Sessions. Antwerp, Belgium on 10-15 April.

Andreas Jungherr. 2011. “Social Media Daten als Erkenntnisquellen über menschliches Verhalten: Kommunikationsnetzwerke von politisch interessierten Twitter-Nutzern in Deutschland.” Paper presented at the workshop “Gemeinsamer Doktorandenworkshop der DGPuK-Fachgruppe Computervermittelte Kommunikation und der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Onlineforschung (DGOF)”. Hamburg, Germany on 10-12 November.

Andreas Jungherr and Pascal Jürgens. 2011. “The Effect of Political Issues on the Structure of Communication Networks on Twitter.” Paper presented at the conference “A Decade in Internet Time: Symposium on the Dynamics of the Internet and Society” organized by the Oxford Internet Institute. Oxford, UK on 21-24 September.

Andreas Jungherr and Pascal Jürgens. 2011. “A map drawn in sand: Twitter data and the structure of political campaigns.” Presentation at the Düsseldorf Workshop on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Twitter Analysis (DIATA11). Düsseldorf, Germany on 14-15 September 2011. [Presentation]

Andreas Jungherr and Pascal Jürgens. 2011. “One tweet at a time: Mapping political campaigns through social media data.” Paper presented at the 6th ECPR General Conference: European Consortium for Political Research. Reykjavik, Iceland on 24-27 August 2011.

Pascal Jürgens, Andreas Jungherr and Harald Schoen. 2010. “Social Media Feeds as Sensor Feeds for Social Extreme Events: Political Twittering in Reaction to the Resignation of the Hessian prime minister Roland Koch.” Paper presented at EXTREMES 2010: International Workshop in Recent Achievements on the Study of Extreme Events (VW-Workshop). Potsdam, Germany on 27-29 September.

Andreas Jungherr and Pascal Jürgens. 2010. ‘The political click: political participation through e-petitions in Germany’. Paper presented at the Internet, Politics, Policy 2010: An Impact Assessment organised by the Oxford Internet Institute. Oxford, UK on 16-17 September. [Hosted by the Oxford Internet Institute]

Andreas Jungherr and Pascal Jürgens. 2010. “Community structures in political supporter networks on Twitter: An examination of political supporter networks on Twitter during the campaign for the German general election 2009.” Paper presented at the seminar Power, decision-making and social networks organised by the European Science Foundation: Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences 2. Dublin, Ireland on 25-27 August. [Video of the presentation hosted by the Complex and Adaptive Systems Laboratory, University College Dublin]

Andreas Jungherr and Pascal Jürgens. 2010. “Just a conversation like any other? A network analysis of digital activism in the German Twittersphere.” Paper presented at the SunBelt XXX. Trento, Italy on June 29 – July 04.

Andreas Jungherr. 2010. “Build it and they will come: online campaigning in Germany for the 2009 general elections.” Paper prepared for the MPSA 68th National Conference, Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, USA on 22-25 April.

Andreas Jungherr. 2010. “Twitter in Politics: Lessons Learned during the German Superwahljahr 2009.” Position Paper presented at the Workshop on Microblogging at the CHI10 (ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems). Atlanta, USA on 10-15 April. [Hosted by Julia Grace]

Andreas Jungherr. 2009. “You Take the High Road and I’ll Take the Low Road: 4 Ways how Political Leaders find into Politics.” Paper presented at the 5th ECPR General Conference: European Consortium for Political Research. Potsdam, Germany on 10-12 September 2009.

Andreas Jungherr. 2009. “Digital channels, the change in community structures and its consequences for social participation“. Paper presented at the ISEA 2009: International Symposium for the Electronic Arts, University of Ulster. Belfast, UK on 23 August – 1 September 2009.

Andreas Jungherr. 2009. “Leadership in Politics? A Qualitative Examination of Young Politicians in Hessen.” Paper presented at the MPSA 67th National Conference, Midwest Political Science Association. Chicago, USA on 2-5 April. [Hosted by All Academic]

Andreas Jungherr. 2008. “Twittering Activists: the Uses of Twitter for Political Activism“. Paper presented at “Social Web: Towards Networked Protest Politics?” Organized by the SFB Changing Protest and Media Cultures SFB/FK 615 Media Upheavals University of Siegen. Germany on 7-8 November.


INVITED TALKS

Andreas Jungherr. 2016. Mediation processes in digital trace data: the case of the 2013 German federal election on Twitter. Connect@IPSDS: International Program in Survey and Data Science. Mannheim on 20. February.

Andreas Jungherr. 2013. Twitter data as information source on political communication and political campaigns: Examples from Germany. Computational Social Science Seminar (CSS): GESIS – Leibniz-Institute for the Social Sciences, Köln on November 27.

Andreas Jungherr. 2013. “Through a glass, darkly: Tactical support and symbolic association in Twitter messages commenting on Stuttgart 21.” University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, IL on October 30.

Andreas Jungherr. 2013. “Twitter data as information source on political communication and political campaigns: Examples from Germany.” Wellesley College, Boston, MA on October 25.

Andreas Jungher. 2013. “Das Internet im Wahlkampf: Beispiele zu Kampagnenfunktionen und Wirkungsmechanismen aus den USA und Deutschland.” Lecture series “Internet & Society” 2013. Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen. Göttingen, Germany on June 10. [Video]

Andreas Jungherr. 2012. “Twitter als Sensornetzwerk öffentlicher Meinung.” Infratest dimap Colloquium. Berlin, Germany on 24 February.


OTHER TALKS:

Thomas Jarzombek, Andreas Jungherr, Julius van de Laar, Christoph Seils und Axel Wallrabenstein. 2016. Zwischen politischen Gremien und Kampagnen: Wie verändert sich politische Beteiligung im digitalen Zeitalter? E-Partizipation: Demokratiegestaltung oder Klick-Tribunal? CDU/CSU-Fraktion im Deutschen Bundestag, Berlin (30. November).

Antonin Finkelnburg, Robert Heinrich, Andreas Jungherr und Wigan Salazar. 2016. Sorgen ernst nehmen – Politische Kommunikation in Zeiten von Brexit, Trump und TTIP. Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung, Berlin. (29. November).

Andreas Jungherr. 2016. Wirkung von Briefen und Framing – eine Studie. 14. Internationale Konferenz für Politische Kommunikation. Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, Berlin (9.-10. Oktober).

Ralf Güldenzopf, Andreas Jungherr, Mathias Richel, Benjamin Tietz und Tabea Wilke. 2016. Am Puls der Zeit – Social Media Daten als Seismograph Politischer Stimmungen: Potentiale und Grenzen. Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung, Berlin. 28.06.2016.

Stefan Hennewig, Andreas Jungherr, David J. Knepper und Alexander Kurz. 2014. Paneldiskussion: Digitale Werkzeuge in deutschen Wahlkämpfen – zwischen Mythen, Amerikanisierung und Kampagnenlogik. 12. Internationale Konferenz für Politische Kommunikation. Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung, Berlin. 13.10.2014.

Andreas Jungherr. 2013. Das Internet im Wahlkampf: Beispiele zu Kampagnenfunktionen und Wirkungsmechanismen aus dem Bundestagswahlkampf 2013. Medienkonvergenz im Bundestagswahlkampf 2013. Mainz, Germany on 22. November. [Video]

Andreas Jungherr, Markus Fuchs, Christian Marx, Julius van de Laar, Oliver Zeisberger. 2013. “3. Berliner Hinterhofgespräch”: Auf Stimmenfang im #Neuland – Die Online-Kampagnen zur Bundestagswahl.” politik-digital.de. [Video].

Andreas Jungherr, Peter Radunski, Frank Stauss, Marc Etzold. 2013. “Buchvorstellung – Das Internet in Wahlkämpfen: Konzepte, Wirkungen und Kampagnenfunktionen.” Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung. Berlin, Germany on 27 June.

Andreas Jungherr, Katrin Albsteiger, Joel Berger, Adrian Rosenthal, Matthias J. Lange. 2013. “Panel: Online zum Wahlerfolg? – Wahlkampf 2.0 und seine Perspektiven” Hanns-Seidel Stiftung. München, Germany on 14 May.

Andreas Jungherr. 2013. “Das Internet und die ‘Sozialen Netzwerke’ in der Politischen Praxis.” Konrad Adenauer Stiftung. Hannover, Germany on 20. April.

Andreas Jungherr. 2013. “Social Media in der politischen Werbung.” Tagung der AG Presse- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit der Fraktionsvorsitzendenkonferenz in Erfurt am 11./12. April 2013.

Andreas Jungherr. 2013. “Wie haben das Internet und soziale Netzwerkdienste unsere Gesellschaft und die Politik verändert?” RYLA – Seminar 2013: „Verändern Soziale Netzwerke im Internet unsere Gesellschaft?“ in Bamberg am 6. April 2013.

Andreas Jungherr. 2013. “Der Präsidentschaftswahlkampf 2012 in den USA: Lektionen für den deutschen Bundestagswahlkampf 2013.” Hanns-Seidel Stiftung. Bildungszentrum Kloster Banz, Germany on 23. February.

Andreas Jungherr. 2013. “Facebook, Twitter & Co.: Nutzung und Influenz sozialer Medien auf Politische Kommunikation.” Konrad Adenauer Stiftung. Hamburg, Germany on 2. February.

Andreas Jungherr. 2012. “Grundlagen der politischen Kommunikation.” Grundlagen politischer Strategie und politischer Kommunikation. Konrad Adenauer Stiftung. Hofheim, Germany on 24 November.

Andreas Jungherr, Charles Scrase, Eva Maria Kirschsieper, Carsten Grueber. 2012. “Panel: Social Media in Deutschen Kampagnen.” 10. Internationale Konferenz für Politische Kommunikation. Konrad Adenauer Stiftung. Berlin, Germany on 14-15 October. [Christian Marx für politik-digital.de über die Konferenz]

Andreas Jungherr. 2012. “Das Internet – wie hat es unsere Gesellschaft verändert?” Hanns-Seidel Stiftung. Bildungszentrum Kloster Banz, Germany on 10 October.

Andreas Jungherr, Reinhard Brandl, Matthias J. Lange. 2012. “Panel: Wie verändern Internet und Sozale Medien die Politik?” Hanns-Seidel Stiftung. München, Germany on 21 July.

Andreas Jungherr. 2012. “Das Internet für Landtagskandidaten.” Konrad Adenauer Stiftung. Hannover, Germany on 8. July.

Andreas Jungherr, Renate Dodell, Daniel Michelis, Matthias J. Lange, Andreas Bachmann, Thomás Vio Michaelis. 2012. “Panel: Facebook, Twitter und Co.@Politik: Veränderte Politische Beteiligung und Kommunikation durch Social Media?” Hanns-Seidel Stiftung. München, Germany on 3 May.

Andreas Jungherr. 2012. “Campaign 2.0 – Internet Campaigning and Social Media.” Campaigning and Party Management, Workshop organized by Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats. Vilnius, Lithuania on 1 April.

Andreas Jungherr. 2012. “Campaign 2.0 – Internet Campaigning and Social Media.” Campaigning and Party Management, Workshop organized by Konrad Adenauer Stiftung and Homeland Union – Lithuanian Christian Democrats. Kaunas, Lithuania on 31 March.

Andreas Jungherr. 2012. “Web 2.0 in Kommunen.” AKDB Klausurtagung. Großhartpenning, Germany on 10 March.

Andreas Jungherr, Tankred Schipanski, Mario Voigt. 2012. “Panel: Facebook, Blogs und Twitter.” KAS Demokratie Kongress 2012: Partei 2.0 – Kommunikation, Parteien und digitale Gesellschaft. Jena, Germany on 13 February. [4 Thesen; Zusammenfassung der Veranstaltung]

Andreas Jungherr. 2012. “Web 2.0 Schlagwort und reale Nutzung.” LivingData Kick-Off 2012. Spitzingsee, Germany, on 19. January.

Andreas Jungherr. 2011. “Neue Medien in den Kommunen (Web 2.0).” Präsidiumssitzung des Bayerischen Gemeindetags. München, Germany on 14 November.

Andreas Jungherr. 2011. “Web 2.0 – Eine Einführung.” AKDB: Web 2.0 in Kommunen. München, Germany on 21 October.

Andreas Jungherr, Thorsten Schröder, Detlef Sander, Thorsten Dahl, Renate Mitterhuber. 2011. “Panel: Neue Formen der Öffentlichkeitsarbeit und der Bürgerkommunikation mit Social Media.” Kommune 21-Forum, DIKOM Expo Fachmesse für digitale Kommunen. Leipzig, Germany on 13-14 September.

Andreas Jungherr. 2011. “Wie neue Medien für die Bürgerkommunikation eingesetzt werden können.” Kommune 21-Forum, DIKOM Expo Fachmesse für digitale Kommunen. Leipzig, Germany on 13-14 September.

Tobias Nehren, Andreas Jungherr und Jürgen Ertelt. 2011. “Panel: Partizipation und Community Management. Nutzen Parteien den Rückkanal?.” Politcamp 2011. Bonn, Germany on 4-5 June. [4 hypotheses on political participation online]

Andreas Jungherr. 2011. “Politische Klicks: Nutzungsdynamik des deutschen E-Petitionssystems“. re:publica XI. Berlin, Germany on 13-15 April.

Andreas Jungherr. 2010. “Social Media in Political Campaigns in Germany.” Personal Democracy Forum Europe. Barcelona on 4-5 October.

Andreas Jungherr. 2010. “Online-Wahlkampf in Nordrhein-Westfalen.” Politik trifft Web 2.0: Politcamp 2010. Berlin, Germany on 20-21 March.