Ongoing Projects

  • Wednesday 3 September 2014, 3 PM CNM Meeting Room AS6, #03-33 Research on children and media is ultimately geared towards improving the well-being of young people, seeking to enhance their engagement with media, through media, as well as by media. The field has developed a rich tradition of research excellence, providing valuable findings that inform […]

  • “One of the things that we see at least in our field of work is that there are many sub-cultures who do not interact with the text. So you might for instance, take that information in English and translate it into Mandarin and Malay, but that is not cultural adaptation. It is cultural tweaking in […]

  • By Evelyn Chew, Doctoral Candidate, CNM This summer, to celebrate FASS’ 85th birthday, the Graduate Studies Division ran a FASSforward, a 28-hour interdisciplinary research challenge from 6-7 August. Graduate students from various disciplines were assigned into teams of three to five members. In less than 48 hours, they brainstormed, inquired, made field trips and ultimately […]

  •  CNM welcomes Dr Nina Springer, Research Associate & Program Coordinator (Master of Arts in Communication Science, Master of Arts in International Public Relations) from the Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft und Medienforschung, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München. During her fortnight stay at CNM, Nina has co-taught the Graduate Research Seminar with Associate Professor Lim Sun Sun and shared with our […]

  • Wednesday, 27 August 2014, 3pm CNM Meeting Room, AS6, #03-33 Real-time digital data collection and analysis are driving the current media landscape as editorial teams in the newsroom increasingly hinge their decision-making on data.  The shift to digital analytics comes at the back of growing audience expectations and desire for real-time news and information.  Breaking […]

  • Wednesday, 20 August, 2014, 3pm CNM Meeting Room, AS6, #03-33 Drawing on public sphere theory, framing and motivation theories, and utilizing interview techniques and content analysis, the talk will provide insights into the motivations of German online users for commenting on online news, and whether their comments are able to contribute new perspectives.  The data […]

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