Peer-Reviewed and Invited Presentations

Selection of international presentations (peer-reviewed, invited)

  • Döveling, Katrin (2017). Herausforderungen und Perspektiven an die Mediensoziologie. Zur Inter- und TransdisziplinaritĂ€t mediensoziologsicher Forschung [Challenges and Perspectives of inter- and transdisciplinary research for media sociological analysis], Panel und Paper for the Division Conference “Sociology of Media and Communication”, Zeppelin UniversitĂ€t Friedrichshafen, 11.-13. October 2017.
  • Döveling, Katrin (2017). Mediensoziologie und Emotionssoziologie. Mediatisierte Emotionen – Emotionale Mediatisierung.  Zum Gewinn einer integrativen Perspektive, Paperfor the Division Conference “Sociology of Media and Communication”, Zeppelin UniversitĂ€t Friedrichshafen, 11.-13. October 2017.
  • Döveling, Katrin (2017). Die Macht der sozialen Medien, Moč druĆŸbenih omreĆŸij, Moć druĆĄtvenih medija, Il potere dei social media, Sommerkolleg / Poletna ĆĄola, Corsi universitari estivi/Ljetna ĆĄkola, Bovec, August 16th – August 30th, 2017
  • Döveling, Katrin; Sommer, Denise (2017). Seeing others suffer and enjoying it? An analysis of morals and moral disengagement in popular Reality television and the effects of viewing it with others, accepted conference paper, Affects – Media – Power, “Affective Societies” of Freie UniversitĂ€t Berlin and the German Association of Communication Research (DGPuK) division “Sociology of Media and Communication” (in cooperation with the division “Media, Gender and Public Sphere”, June 29th – July 1st 2017, FU Berlin
  • Döveling, Katrin (2017). Think global, act local. Medienbildung als essentieller Bestandteil der Mediatisierungsforschung. Perspektiven und Potentiale, Track Digitale Transformationen und die Perspektive der Medienbildung des Instituts fĂŒr Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaft, Der Mensch im Digitalen Zeitalter, Alpen-Adria-UniversitĂ€t June28th – June 29th, 2017
  • Döveling, Katrin, HĂ„rd af Segerstad Ylva, Kasperowski Dick (2017). Coping with Grief in Social Media – an International Perspective, Death Online Research Network (DORS), Aarhus University, March 2017, Denmark.
  • Döveling, Katrin, KrĂ€mer, Carolin (2016). Instagram und Körperbild. Eine quantitative Onlinebefragung zur Nutzung und Wirkung von Sport- und Fitnessinhalten im Kontext sozialer Vergleichsprozesse auf Instagram, Tagung: Visuelle ReprĂ€sentationen, Regulationen und Aneignungen vergeschlechtlichter Körper und IdentitĂ€ten in Medienkulturen, gemeinsame Jahrestagung der Fachgruppen Medien, Öffentlichkeit und Geschlecht und Visuelle Kommunikation in der DGPuK „Körperbilder – Körperpraktiken“ 28.-30.9. 2016, UniversitĂ€t Hamburg.
  • Döveling, Katrin, HĂ„rd af Segerstad Ylva, Kasperowski, Dick (2016). Continuing bonds and enfranchised grief in online communities. Internet rules!, Panel: Online Memorials, Emotions and Interactions. International and Interdisciplinary perspectives, Association of Internet Researchers (AOIR), 5.-8.10.2016, Berlin.
  • Döveling, Katrin, HĂ„rd af Segerstad Ylva, Kasperowski Dick (2016). “Safe havens”. Online peer grief support and emotion regulation in coping with the loss of a close relative, 6th European Communication Conference (ECREA), 9.-12.11. 2016, Prag
  • Döveling, Katrin, Sommer, Denise (2016). Hugo MĂŒnsterberg – A Pioneer in research on emotional film reception. An Analysis of his legacy in use today, A hundred years of Film theory. MĂŒnsterberg and beyond: Concepts, Applications, Perspectives, University of Leipzig, 29th June – 2nd July, 2016.
  • Döveling, Katrin (2015). Emotionen in Bildern.  Eine interdisziplinĂ€re Perspektive und Ihre Implikationen fĂŒr die Kommunikationswissenschaft [Emotions in Pictures], Vortrag DGPuK Fachgruppe Visuelle Kommunikation, November 2015 an der UniversitĂ€t Erfurt.
  • Döveling, Katrin, Knorr, Charlotte (2015). Media logic as (inter)action logic. An integrative perspective. Media Logic(s) Revisited: Modeling the Interplay between Media Institutions, Media Technology and Societal Change, University of Bonn, Germany. September, 21-23th 2015.
  • Döveling, Katrin, (2015). Online Emotion Regulation. Why the kind of loss does (not) matter in Coping in Online Bereavement. 2nd International Death Online Research Symposium, Kingston University London, August 17th-18th 2015.
  • Döveling, Katrin, Sommer, Denise (2015). Research Ethics in the digital age. Queries, challenges, solutions, Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA) Puerto Rico 21.-25.5.2015.
  • Döveling, Katrin, Sommer, Denise (2015). Kommunikationswissenschaftliche Forschungsethik im digitalen Zeitalter: Fragen, Probleme, LösungsansĂ€tze [Research Ethics in communication Analysis in the digital age: Queries, problems, possible solutions]. 13.-15. Mai 2015, Darmstadt, DGPuK-Jahrestagung 2015.
  • Petersen, Thomas; Baek, Young Min; Jackob Nikolaus, Roessing Thomas; Döveling, Katrin (2014). Political Homophily and the Influence of Social Network Use on the Perception of Poll Results, 04-06 September 2014, World Association for Public Opinion Research (WAPOR) 67th Annual Conference, Nice, France
  • Döveling, Katrin (2014). Emotion Regulation Online. Motives, Processes, Effects of Shared Online Bereavement, Media Sociology Preconference, ASA 2014, Mills College August 15th, 2014, CA, U.S.Döveling, Katrin (2014). Seeing others suffer and enjoying it? An Analysis of the enduring fascination of popular Reality Television , Media Sociology Preconference, ASA 2014, Mills College August 15th, 2014, Oakland, CA, U.S.
  • Döveling, Katrin, Wasgien, Katrin (2014). Sadness Online. Dealing with the loss of a loved one online. Motives, Interactional Structures and their Gratifications, 09-10 April 2014, First Death Online Research Symposium, Center for Life and Death Studies, University of Durham, England.
  • Döveling, Katrin, Fischer, Jana (2014). Gender in Serie. Alles beim alten? Eine medienethische Analyse genderspezifischer Rollen- und Aneignungsmuster in populĂ€ren Serienformaten [Gender is series. All stays the same? A media ethical analysis of gender specific role and reception structures of popular TV serials]. Medien, Ethik und Geschlecht – Zur Frage nach Gerechtigkeit und Vielfalt in der Medienwelt. Gemeinsame Jahrestagung der DGPuK-Fachgruppen “Kommunikations- und Medienethik” und “Medien, Öffentlichkeit und Geschlecht” sowie des Netzwerks Medienethik, 13.-14. Februar 2014, Hochschule fĂŒr Philosophie, MĂŒnchen.
  • Döveling, Katrin, Fischer, Jana (2014). Was verrĂ€t das Auge [What does the eye reveal]. Eyetracking in the Analysis of Non-Profil Campaigns. Interdisciplinary Colloquium, Institue for Psychology III, 22. January 2014, TU Dresden.
  • Döveling, Katrin & Fischer, Jana (2013). The Facebook Friendship: Is there a Facebook effect?. ICSI Conference 2013, Lugano, Switzerland, October 3-4, 2013.
  • Döveling, Katrin (2013). Media and Emotions. Feeling for – feeling with. Inter- and Intrapersonal Emotion Management from Empathy to Schadenfreude. ISRE conference, Berkeley, August 3-5, 2013
  • Döveling, Katrin (2012). Fascination Reality TV. Why we feel what we feel and why we want to continue feeling. Emotion Management from Schadenfreude to Empathy, European Communication Conference, ECREA, Istanbul October 24-27, 2012
  • Döveling, Katrin  (2011). We not only see, we feel. Emotions in news photography. Vortrag auf der Jahrestagung der International Communication Association (ICA ), Boston, May 26–30, 2011.
  • Döveling, Katrin, Schenk, Susan & Jainsch, RenĂ© (2010). Comparing Communication in International and Intercultural Contexts. The Challenge of Equivalence. Vortrag auf der Jahrestagung der European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA), Hamburg, Oct. 12–15 2010.
  • Döveling, Katrin & Coleman, Paul (2010). “Fame and fortune in popular Music Reality TV shows.” An Integrative Model of Emotional and Bio-culturally Shaped Processes and Interrelations, CIM10 Nature versus Culture, University of Sheffield, UK, July 21–24,  2010.
  • Döveling, Katrin & Grittmann, Elke (2010). Emotional politics. Seeing- Feeling- Voting? A comparative analysis of emotional news photography in the German election campaign 2009, Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA) Singapore, June 22–24, 2010.
  • Döveling, Katrin & Eckstein, Jakob (2009). The winner is the emotion. Appraising Reality TV. Preconference: “Affective Audiences: Analyzing Media Users, Consumers and Fans,” sponsored by the Popular Communication Division, Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Chicago, May 20–21, 2009.
  • Döveling, Katrin & Schwarz, Claudia (2008). Politics in the living room. The “democratization of fame” in Pop Idol formats, International Reality Television Conference: Reel Politics; Reality Television as a Platform for Political Discourse at Kadir Has University, Istanbul, Turkey, September 12–14, 2008.
  • Döveling, Katrin & Ho, Helen (2008). Interpersonal communication and the emotional effects of media entertainment: A cross-cultural study in the US and Germany. Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), MontrĂ©al, Canada, May 22-26, 2008.
  • Döveling, Katrin (2008). Emotion Management in Reality TV. Analysis and Perspectives, CAMRI Lecture (invited speaker), University of Westminster, London, March 2008.
  • Döveling, Katrin (2008). You can be a star. Mediated Socio-Emotional resources in identity work. Annual Conference of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA), Barcelona,  November 25–28, 2008.
  • Döveling, Katrin (2007). Reality TV and the transformative power of social emotions. Paper presented at the Conference “Transforming Audiences,” University of Westminster, London, UK, September &, 2007.
  • Döveling, Katrin (2007). Social Appraisal of Emotions. Annual Conference of the ISRE (International Society for Research on Emotions), XV Conference of the International Society for Research on Emotions, Australia, July 2007.
  • Döveling, Katrin& Schwarz, Claudia (2007). Interpersonal and emotional communication about reality TV characters in families and with peers. IAMCR Conference in Paris, France, 23–25 of July, 2007.
  • Döveling, Katrin (2007). Zur Macht des Emotionalen im Reality TV [The Power of Emotions in Reality TV]. Annual Conference of the Section Media- und Communication Sociology of the German Society for Sociology (DGS): Medien und Macht, UniversitĂ€t Trier, June 20, 2007 (invited speaker).
  • Döveling, Katrin (2007). Emotions in Negotiation Processes: An Extension of the Appraisal Model, Annual Conference of the International Communication Association” (ICA), San Francisco, May 24–28, 2007
  • Döveling, Katrin & Hoffmann, Dagmar (2006). Potenziale emotionaler Inszenierungen in den Medien und ihre Relevanz zur politischen Mobilisierung von Jugendlichen [The potential for staged emotions in the media and the relevance for political mobilization of adolescents]. Conference of the Kommission MedienpĂ€dagogik der DGfE in combination with Sektion MedienpĂ€dagogik der ÖFEB Thema  medien.pĂ€dagogik.politik  an der Alpen-Adria-UniversitĂ€t Klagenfurt, Austria, September 28–29, 2006.
  • Döveling, Katrin (2006). A Methodology of Analysis of Emotional Visual Communication in the Media. Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Dresden, June 17–18, 2006.
  • Döveling, Katrin (2005). Powered by emotions: emotions, social cohesiveness and the media, European Sociological Association (ESA). Emotions Research Network, Torun, Poland, Sept. 9–12, 2005.
  • Döveling, Katrin (2004). Emotions and the Community Building Function of the Media. Presented at the IGEL IX International Congress, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, August 7, 2004.
  • Döveling, Katrin (2004). The commercialization of human feelings in new German popular television shows – emotions in the eye of public interest. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), New Orleans, May 27–31, 2004.
  • Döveling, Katrin (2001). ‘You are not alone,’ a show and its effects on the German public: from the ‘epoch of the show’ to the ‘mass-mediated mirror.’ November  26th, 2001, invited speaker, University of California, Berkeley, USA.