Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin Judith Meinert, M.Sc.

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47057 Duisburg
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Forschungsinteressen

  • Privacy in social media
  • Privacy in education and schools, perceptions and necessary requirements for children, teenagers, teachers, and parents
  • All processes concerning digitalisation and E-Society
  • Credibility in social media communication
  • Cognitive heuristics in decision making and judgments
  • Credibility assessments of news and political information online
  • Fakes news - distribution processes, perceptions and consequences for attitude formation and behavioural outcomes
  • Political communication in social media (with a focus to personalized communication styles)
  • Social movements in social media

Curriculum Vitae

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Akademische Qualifikationen

Oktober 2019

Promotion

April 2012 - Februar 2015

Master-Studium der Angewandten Kognitions- und Medienwissenschaften mit der Vertiefungsrichtung Psychologie, Universität Duisburg-Essen

Oktober 2008 - März 2012

Bachelor-Studium der Angewandten Kognitions- und Medienwissenschaften, Universität Duisburg-Essen

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Beruflicher Werdegang

Seit Dezember 2016

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin am Lehrstuhl Sozialpsychologie: Medien und Kommunikation (Abteilung: Informatik und angewandte Kognitionswissenschaft) an der Universität Duisburg-Essen (Leitung: Prof. Dr. Nicole C. Krämer)

April 2014 - November 2016

IT Project Management bei der Xella International GmbH

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Forschungsprojekte

Ab Oktober 2019

Forum Privatheit (BMBF-Projekt)

Mai 2019 - September 2019

DORIAN -Fake News finden und bekämpfen- (BMBF-Projekt)

Dezember 2016 - Mai 2019

Research Associate in the Research Training Group “User-Centred Social Media (UCSM)”

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Mitgliedschaften

Seit 2016

International Communication Association

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Publikationen

2020

Brünker, F., Wischnewski, M., Mirbabaie, M., & Meinert, J. (2020). The Role of Social Media during Social Movements – Observations from the #metoo Debate on Twitter. In Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS). Maui, Hawaii.

2019

Meinert & Krämer (2019). #instapolitics – How to communicate politics on Instagram? Paper presented at the 11th conference of the media psychology division of the German Psychological Society DGPs (September 2019). Chemnitz, Germany

Lippold, M., Meinert, J., & Krämer, N.C. (2019). Are credibility judgments heuristics? Critical reflection based on effort reduction principles. Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Communication Association (May 2019). Washington, USA.

Meinert, J., Aker, A., & Krämer, N. (2019). The Impact of Twitter Features on Credibility Ratings - An Explorative Examination Combining Psychological Measurements and Feature Based Selection Methods. In Proceedings of the 52nd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Maui, Hawaii.

2018

Meinert, J., Mirbabaie, M., Dungs, S., & Aker, A. (2018). Is it really fake? –Towards an understanding of fake news in social media communication. In International Conference on Social Computing and Social Media (pp. 484-497). Springer, Cham.

2017

Meinert, J., Winter, S. & Krämer, N.C. (2016). The Personal is Political – The Influence of Facebook Status Updates on the Perception of Politicians. Paper presented at the 10th conference of the media psychology division of the German Psychological Society DGPs (September 2017). Landau, Germany

2016

Meinert, J., Winter, S. & Krämer, N.C. (2016). The Personal is Political – The Influence of Facebook Status Updates on the Perception of Politicians, Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Communication Association (June 2016). Fukuoka, Japan.

2014

Winter, S., Neubaum, G., Eimler, S. C., Gordon, V., Theil, J., Herrmann, J., Meinert, J., & Krämer, N. C. (2014). Another brick in the Facebook wall–How personality traits relate to the content of status updates. Computers in Human Behavior, 34, 194-202.

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