Publications

 

Book

Huber, B. (2014). Öffentliche Experten. Über die Medienpräsenz von Fachleuten [Pundits in the news]. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.


Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Gil de Zúñiga, H., Diehl, T., Huber, B., & Liu, J. H. (2019). The Citizen Communication Mediation Model Across Countries: A Multilevel Mediation Model of News Use and Discussion on Political Participation. Journal of Communication, 69(2), 144-167.

Huber, B., Wetzstein, I., & Aichberger, I. (2019). Societal problem solver or deficient discipline? The debate about social science in the online public sphere. Journal of Science Communication, 18(02), A04.

Huber, B., Gil de Zúñiga, H., Diehl, T., & Liu J. (2019). Effects of Second Screening: Building Social Media Social Capital through Dual Screen Use. Human Communication Research.

Gil de Zúñiga, H., Huber, B., & Strauß, N. (2018). Social Media and Democracy. El profesional de la información, 27(6), 1172-1180.

Barnidge, M., Huber, B., Gil de Zúñiga, H., & Liu J. (2018). Social Media as a Sphere for “Risky” Political Expression: A 20-Country Multi-Level Comparative Analysis. The International Journal of Press/Politics, 23(2), 161-182.

Gil de Zúñiga, H.
, Diehl, T., Huber, B., Liu, J. (2017). Personality Traits and Social Media Use in 20 Countries: How Personality Relates to Frequency of Social Media Use, Social Media News Use, and Social Media Use for Social Interaction. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 20(9), 540-552.

Wetzstein, I., & Huber, B. (2016). Debating “alternative” gender identities. The online discourse triggered by the 2014 life ball advertising posters. International Journal of Communication, 10, 432-450.

Brantner, C., & Huber, B. (2013). How visible is communication studies? Press coverage of the discipline in three German-language quality newspapers. SCM: Studies in Communication| Media, 2(2), 247‐264.


Book Chapters

Weeks, B., Diehl, T., Huber, B., & Gil de Zúñiga, H. (2017). Journalism. In Schintler, A. L., & McNeely, C.L. (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Big Data. Los Angeles, CA: Springer. doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-32001-4_124-1

Wetzstein, I., & Huber, B. (2016). Werbebotschaften als Trigger gesellschaftlicher Diskurse: Wissenssoziologische Diskursanalyse der Debatte über die Werbeplakate zum Wiener Life Ball 2014 in Online-Foren [Advertising messages as trigger for discourses. A sociology of knowledge discourse analysis of the online debate on 2014 life ball advertising posters]. In G. Zustiege & D. Schlütz (Eds.), Sozialität und Werbung (pp. 96-112). Köln: Herbert von Halem Verlag.

Huber, B. (2012). Pollsters as Entertainers in the Spotlight. Do We Need Special Guidelines for Pollsters' Appearance in the Media? In H. Haas, H. Jerabek, & T. Petersen (Hrsg.), The Early Days of Survey Research and Their Importance Today (S. 259-267). Wien: Braumüller.

Huber, B. (2011). Experten oder Ersatzjournalisten? Zur Rolle der Meinungsforscher in der Wahlkampfberichterstattung [Pollsters’ appearances in election coverage]. In J. Haschke, & A. Moser (Hrsg.), Politik - Deutsch, Deutsch – Politik. Aktuelle Trends und Forschungsergebnisse. Beiträge zur 6. Fachtagung des DFPK Düsseldorfer Forum Politische Kommunikation. Band 1 (S. 113-132). Berlin: Frank&Timme.


Other Publications

Huber, B. (2017). Rezension. Kessler, S. H. (2016). Das ist doch evident! Eine Analyse dargestellter Evidenzframes und deren Wirkung am Beispiel von TV-Wissenschaftsbeiträgen [Review: That is evident! The analysis of evidence frames in TV science magazines and its effects]. Baden-Baden: Nomos. Publizistik. Online first. DOI 10.1007/s11616-017-0326-8

Huber, B. (2011). Rezension. Thomas Roessing (2009): Öffentliche Meinung – die Erforschung der Schweigespirale [Review: Thomas Roessing (2009): Public Opinion – research on Schweigespirale]. Baden-Baden: Nomos. In r:k:m http://www.rkm-journal.de/archives/6979 (12.12.2011)

Huber, B., & Aichberger, I. (2011). Auf dem Weg zu neuen Darstellungsformen? Die zunehmende Bedeutung von Experten in der journalistischen Wirklichkeitskonstruktion [Towards new journalistic styles? The increasing importance of pundits in news]. In Tagungsdokumentation „Medienlogik und Medienrealität“, Tübingen, 09.-11. Februar 2011. S. 80-86. Online: http://napex.net:8600/napex/upload/dgpuk/FG%20Mediensprache_Mediendiskurse/tdok_tue_2011.pdf

Huber, B. (2008). Experten oder Ersatzjournalisten? Zur Rolle der Meinungsforscher in den Medien [Pollsters in the news]. Master Thesis. University of Vienna.


Presentations

Strauß, N., Huber, B, Gil de Zúñiga, H, & Liu J. H. (2019, May). Structural influences of the News-Finds-Me Perception: Why people believe they don’t have to actively seek the news anymore. Paper presented at the ICA Annual Conference, May 24-28, Washington D.C., USA.

Huber, B., Strauß, N., Gil de Zúñiga, H., & Liu, J. H. (2019, April). Big 5 und die „News-Finds-Me Perception“: Wie Persönlichkeitsmerkmale die Wahrnehmung beeinflussen, Nachrichten nicht mehr aktiv verfolgen zu müssen [Big 5 and „News-Finds-Me Perception": How personality traits shape individuals' perception to no longer need to actively seek news]. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Austrian Communication Association (ÖGK). Vienna, Austria.

Huber, B. (2019, February). Prinmedien in der Schule [Printed media at school]. Invited talk at the ZiS Seminar BHAK/BHAS Hollabrunn, February 14, Holabrunn, Austria.

Huber, B., & Aichberger, I. (2019, February). Über Bienenmörder und die Rache der Imker: Emotionen in der Wissenschaftskommunikation am Beispiel der medialen Berichterstattung über das Bienensterben [Printed media at school]. Paper presented at the annual conference DGPuK-Fachgruppe Wissenschaftskommunikation [German Communication Association], February 6-8, Braunschweig, Germany.

Huber, B., Wetzstein, I., & Aichberger, I. (2018, November). Debating social science online: the case of a contruct study on “Islamic kindergartens” in Austria. Paper presented at the ECREA Conference 2018 “Centres and Peripheres: Communication, Research, Translation”, October 31 – November 3, Lugano, Switzerland.

Huber, B., Gil de Zúñiga, H., & Liu, J. H. (2018, August). Who are the second screeners? Personality traits predicting dual screen use. Paper presented at the AEJMC Annual Conference, August 6-9, Chicago, USA.

Diehl, T., Huber, B., Gil de Zúñiga, H., & Liu, J. H. (2018, August). Social Media and Concerns about Global Climate Change: News Use and Political Ideology in 20 Countries. Paper presented at the AEJMC Annual Conference, August 6-9, Chicago, USA.

Gil de Zúñiga, H., Diehl, T., Huber, B., & Liu, J. H. (2018, August). Communication Mediation Model Across Cultures: Multilevel Mediation Model Effects of News and Discussion on Participation. Paper presented at the AEJMC Annual Conference, August 6-9, Chicago, USA.

Huber, B., Gil de Zúñiga, H., Diehl, T., & Liu, J. H. (2018, May). Effects of second screening, building social media social capital through dual screen use. Paper presented at the ICA Annual Conference, May 24-28, Prague, Czech Republic.

Gil de Zúñiga, H., & Huber, B. (2018, May). A Multi-level, Multi-country Communication Mediation Model Study. Insights on the Relationship Between News Use, Political Discussion, and Voting in Local and National Elections. Paper presented at the ICA Preconference “Making sense of election reporting", May 24, Prague, Czech Republic.

Huber, B. (2018, April). Soziale Netzwerke und ihre Bedeutung für einen grenzenlosen europäischen Raum [Social Media and its relevance for Europe]. Invited talk im Rahmen des Seminars “Alte und neue Grenzen. Von der Frage Europas zu aktuellen Perspektiven für den Donauraum“ des Instituts für den Donauraum und Mitteleuropa (IDM), Instituts für Geographie und Regionalforschung der Universität Wien und der Kirchlichen Pädagogischen Hochschule Wien/Krems, April 4-5, Vienna, Austria.

Huber, B., Wetzstein, I., & Aichberger, I. (2018, February). „Keine echte Wissenschaft sondern nur blabla.“ Eine Analyse der offentlichen Wahrnehmung von Sozialwissenschaft(lerInnen) am Beispiel der Debatte um die Auftragsstudie zum Thema Islamische Kindergarten [Public perception of social science. An analysis of the debate on the Kindergarten study]. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Science Communication Section of the German Communication Association DGPuK. Friedrichshafen, Germany.

Huber, B. (2017, October). Funktionen und Grenzen medialer Expertise [Functions and limitations of expertise in the media]. Invited talk at the conference “Grenzen der Expertise? Praktiken und Räume des Wissens“ at the University of Göttingen, Germany.

Huber, B., Barndige, M., & Gil de Zúñiga, H. (2017, August). Fostering Public Trust in Science: The Role of Social Media. Paper presented at the AEJMC Annual Conference. Chicago, USA.

Barnidge, M.
, Huber, B., Gil de Zúñiga, H., & Liu J. (2017, August). Social Media as a Sphere for “Risky” Political Expression: A 20-Country Multi-Level Comparative Analysis. Paper presented at the AEJMC Annual Conference. Chicago, USA.

Gil de Zúñiga, H.
, Diehl, T., Huber, B., Liu, H.J. (2017, August). How Personality Relates to Frequency of Social Media Use, Social Media News Use, and Social Media Use for Social Interaction. Paper presented at the AEJMC Annual Conference. Chicago, USA.

Wetzstein, I., & Huber, B. (2015, May). Debating 'alternative' gender identities: The online discourse triggered by the 2014 Life Ball advertising posters. Paper presented at the ICA 65th Annual Conference "Communication across the Life Span" (GLBT Interest Group), San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Wetzstein, I., & Huber, B. (2014, November). Werbebotschaften als Trigger gesellschaftlicher Diskurse: Wissenssoziologische Diskursanalyse der Debatte über die Werbeplakate zum Wiener Life Ball 2014 in Online-Foren [Advertising messages as trigger for discourses. A sociology of knowledge discourse analysis of the online debate on 2014 life ball advertising posters]. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting "Sozialität der Werbung" der DGPuK-Fachgruppe "Werbekommunikation", Mainz/Deutschland.

Huber, B., & Aichberger, I. (2012, October). Commonly quoted, rarely questioned, vaguely labelled: Experts as Sources in Austrian Newspapers. Paper presented at the ECREA 4th European Communication Conference. Istanbul, Turkey.

Brantner, C., & Huber, B. (2011, July). Mediating Communications. Quality media coverage of Communication Science in three European Countries. Paper presented at the IAMCR Conference “Cities, Creativity, Connectivity”. Istanbul, Turkey.

Huber, B., & Maireder, A. (2011, July). #FollowerPower: Sharing Know How in Online Networked Publics. Paper presented at the IAMCR Conference “Cities, Creativity, Connectivity”. Istanbul, Turkey.

Brantner, C., & Huber, B. (2011, June). Zur öffentlichen Sichtbarkeit der Kommunikationswissenschaft. Wie über das Fach in Qualitätszeitungen berichterstattet wird [Visibility of our discipline. Quality media coverage of Communication Science]. Paper presented at the annual convention of the German Communication Association DGPuK. Dortmund, Germany.

Huber, B., & Aichberger, I. (2011, February). Auf dem Weg zu neuen Darstellungsformen? Die zunehmende Bedeutung von Experten in der journalistischen Wirklichkeitskonstruktion [Towards new journalistic styles? The increasing importance of pundits in news]. Paper presented at “Medienlogik und Medienrealität“. Gemeinsame Tagung der DGPuK-Fachgruppen Journalistik /Journalismus-forschung und Mediensprache/Mediendiskurse [German Communication Association]. Tübingen, Germany.

Huber, B. (2010, July). Pollsters as ‚Entertainers’ in the Spotlight. Do We Need Special Guidelines for Pollsters’ Appearance in the Media? Paper presented at the WAPOR Seminar “The Early Days of Survey Research and Their Importance Today". Vienna, Austria.

Huber, B. (2010, June). Experten für eh alles? Präsenz und Funktion von Experten in der österreichischen Politikberichterstattung [Pundits in the Austrian election coverage]. Paper presented at 2. Kolloquium des Nachwuchsnetzwerks politische Kommunikation [Annual convention of the Young Scholars Network Journalism Research]. Vienna, Austria.

Huber, B. (2010, April). Experten oder Ersatzjournalisten? Zur Rolle der Meinungsforscher in der Wahlkampfberichterstattung [Pollsters in the election coverage]. Paper presented at the “Düsseldorfer Forum politische Kommunikation” [Conference on political communication]. Düsseldorf, Germany.