> Media Governance and Industries Research Lab
The Media Governance and Industries Research Team, established by Professor Sarikakis in 2011, brings together international scholars from different cognate disciplines, whose intellectual and sociocultural interests gravitate to the systematic study of the policies and politics of media, culture and communication. Our teaching is research-informed and our paedagogical philosophy is based on active, student-centred and student-led learning. We are welcoming new PhD students and scholars interested in working on the topics of the research described on this website. Please get in touch with Professor Sarikakis if you are interested in engaging in complementary research areas, as a PhD student or if you are planning to pursue funded research at a postdoctorate level.
We are situated in Währinger Straße 29, in the heart of the 9th Viennese district, after moving to the Department's new building at the start of September 2012.
- Social Media and Information Platforms and Technologisation of Citizens-Users' Rights'
- Digital Policies and Social Change
- Global Integration, and the Process and Politics of Media and Cultural Governance
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Katharine Sarikakis and Izabela Korbiel are participating in the 2016 IAMCR Conference, which will be based in Leicester (UK) from July 27-31. They will present their paper on "The role of ethics as a factor of media...
On Monday 18th July Olga Kolokytha, Izabela Korbiel and Anna Gerhardus will welcome Assistant Professor Helen Morgan Parmett and students from the Department of Communication Studies of Western Washington University who are...
On 13 July, Krisztina Rozgonyi will be discussing the need for EU level governance mechanisms of media regulators on the panel of the workshop "Independence of media against the background of the developments in Central...
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Video: Inaugural Lecture Univ.-Prof. Dr. Katharine Sarikakis
October 11, 2012
Dept. of Communication
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