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Climate change in news media across the globe: An automated analysis of issue attention and themes in climate change coverage in 10 countries (2006–2018)
V Hase, D Mahl, MS Schäfer, TR Keller
Global Environmental Change 70, 102353, 2021
1312021
News media coverage of climate change in India 1997–2016: Using automated content analysis to assess themes and topics
TR Keller, V Hase, J Thaker, D Mahl, MS Schäfer
Environmental Communication 14 (2), 219-235, 2020
872020
Conspiracy theories in online environments: An interdisciplinary literature review and agenda for future research
D Mahl, MS Schäfer, J Zeng
New Media & Society, 2022
622022
From “Nasa Lies” to “Reptilian Eyes”: Mapping communication about 10 conspiracy theories, their communities, and main propagators on Twitter
D Mahl, J Zeng, MS Schäfer
Social Media+ Society 7 (2), 20563051211017482, 2021
622021
“We are a bit blind about it”: A qualitative analysis of climate change-related perceptions and communication across South African communities
D Mahl, L Guenther, MS Schäfer, C Meyer, D Siegen
Environmental Communication 14 (6), 802-815, 2020
192020
Framing as a Bridging Concept for Climate Change Communication: A Systematic Review Based on 25 Years of Literature
L Guenther, S Jörges, D Mahl, M Brüggemann
Communication Research, 2023
182023
Der "Computational Turn": ein "interdisziplinärer Turn"? Ein systematischer Überblick zur Nutzung der automatisierten Inhaltsanalyse in der Journalismusforschung
V Hase, D Mahl, MS Schäfer
M&K Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft 70 (1-2), 60-78, 2022
142022
Noise Pollution: A Multi-Step Approach to Assessing the Consequences of (Not) Validating Search Terms on Automated Content Analyses
D Mahl, G von Nordheim, L Guenther
Digital Journalism, 2022
112022
From hype cynics to extreme believers: Typologizing the Swiss population’s COVID-19-related conspiracy beliefs, their corresponding information behavior, and social media use
MS Schäfer, D Mahl, T Füchslin, J Metag, J Zeng
International Journal of Communication 16, 26, 2022
102022
Klimawandel und Klimapolitik: Vom Nischenthema auf die öffentliche Agenda
L Guenther, D Mahl, F De Silva-Schmidt, M Brüggemann
Media Perspektiven 51 (5), 287-296, 2020
92020
Conceptualizing platformed conspiracism: Analytical framework and empirical case study of BitChute and Gab
D Mahl, J Zeng, MS Schäfer
New Media & Society, 2023
82023
News media coverage of climate change in India 1997–2016: using automated content analysis to assess themes and topics. Environ Commun 17
TR Keller, V Hase, J Thaker, D Mahl, MS Schäfer
52019
Scandals in the era of commercial media logic
M Karidi, M Meyen, D Mahl
Herbert von Halem Verlag 1, 115-134, 2018
42018
The “Computational Turn”: An “Interdisciplinary Turn”? A Systematic Review of Text as Data Approaches in Journalism Studies
V Hase, D Mahl, MS Schäfer
Online Media and Global Communication, 2023
32023
Content Analysis in the Research Field of Environmental & Climate Change Coverage
D Mahl, L Guenther
Standardisierte Inhaltsanalyse in der Kommunikationswissenschaft …, 2022
22022
Öffentlichkeit (Teil 20)
D Mahl, O Jarren
Communicatio Socialis (ComSoc) 53 (2), 223-229, 2020
22020
Public opinion at a tipping point: Germany’s path to engaging with climate change
D Mahl, M Brüggeman, L Guenther, F De Silva‐Schmidt
Down to Earth, 2020
22020
Generic frames (climate and environment coverage)
D Mahl, L Guenther
DOCA-Database of Variables for Content Analysis, 2021
12021
Conspiracy Theory Communication and Engagement on Digital Platforms: Conceptualization, Characteristics, Countermeasures
D Mahl
University of Zurich, 2023
2023
From “Climate Change” to “Climate Crisis”?
M Schäfer, V Hase, D Mahl, X Krayss
Bergen Language and Linguistics Studies, 2023
2023
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