Dr. Thomas Hanitzsch                                  ¦¦¦¦¦

 

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¦¦¦¦¦ Books

Esser, Frank & Thomas Hanitzsch (eds. ) (2012). Handbook of Comparative Communication Research. New York: Routledge.

Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin & Thomas Hanitzsch (eds. ) (2009). Handbook of Journalism Studies. New York: Routledge.

Altmeppen, Klaus-Dieter, Thomas Hanitzsch & Carsten Schlüter (eds.) (2007). Journalismustheorie: Next Generation. Soziologische Grundlegung und theoretische Innovation (Journalism Theory: next generation. Sociological foundation and theoretical innovation). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.

Hanitzsch, Thomas, Martin Loeffelholz & Ronny Mustamu (eds.) (2005). Agents of Peace: Public Communication and Conflict Resolution in an Asian Setting. Jakarta: FES.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2004). Journalismus in Indonesien. Akteure, Strukturen, Orientierungshorizonte, Journalismuskulturen (Journalism in Indonesia: Agents, Structures, Orientations, and Journalistic Cultures). Wiesbaden: Deutscher Universitäts-Verlag.

Ispandriarno, Lukas, Thomas Hanitzsch & Martin Loeffelholz (eds.) (2002). Media - Militer - Politik. Crisis Communication: Perspektif Indonesia dan Internasional. Yogyakarta: Galang.

¦¦¦¦¦ Journal articles

Dubied, Annik & Thomas Hanitzsch (2014): Introduction: Studying Celebrity News. Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism 15(2): 137-143.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2013): Comparative journalism research: mapping a growing field. Australian Journalism Research 35(2): 9-19.

Hanusch, Folker & Thomas Hanitzsch. Mediating Orientation and Self-expression in the World of Consumption: Australian and German lifestyle journalists’ professional views. Media Culture and Society 35(8): 943-959.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2013). Writing for Communication Theory. Communication Theory 23(1): 3-9.

Muchtar, Nurhaya & Thomas Hanitzsch (2013). Clash of cultures: International media training and the difficult adoption of western journalism practices among Indonesian radio journalists. Journalism Practice 7(2) : 184-198.

Reich, Zvi & Thomas Hanitzsch (2012). Determinants of Journalists’ Professional Autonomy (2013): Individual and National level Factors Matter more than Organizational Ones. Mass Communication & Society 16 (1): 133-156.

Hanitzsch, Thomas & Rosa Berganza (2012). Explaining Journalists’ Trust in Public Institutions across 20 Countries: Media Freedom, Corruption and Ownership Matter Most. Journal of Communication 62(5): 794-814.

Hanitzsch, Thomas & Folker Hanusch (2012). Does Gender Determine Journalists’ Professional Views? A reassessment based on cross-national evidence. European Journal of Communication 27(3): 257-277.

Plaisance, Patrick Lee, Elizabeth A. Skewes & Thomas Hanitzsch (2012). Ethical orientations of journalists around the globe: Implications from a cross-national survey. Communication Research 39(5): 641-661.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2011). Populist Disseminators, Detached Watchdogs, Critical Change Agents and Opportunist Facilitators: Professional Milieus, the Journalistic Field and Autonomy in 18 Countries. International Communication Gazette 73(6): 477–494.

Hanitzsch, Thomas & Claudia Mellado (2011). What Shapes the News around the World? How journalists in 18 countries perceive influences on their work. International Journal of Press/Politics 16(3): 404-426.

Hanitzsch, Thomas, Folker Hanusch, Claudia Mellado, Maria Anikina, Rosa Berganza, Incilay Cangoz, Mihai Coman, Basyouni Hamada, Maria Elena Hernandez, Christopher D. Karadjov, Sonia Virginia Moreira, Peter G. Mwesige, Patrick Lee Plaisance, Zvi Reich, Josef Seethaler, Elizabeth A. Skewes, Dani Vardiansyah Noor & Kee Wang Yuen (2011). Mapping Journalism Cultures across Nations: A Comparative Study of 18 Countries. Journalism Studies 12(3): 273-293.

Hanitzsch, Thomas, Maria Anikina, Rosa Berganza, Incilay Cangoz, Mihai Coman, Basyouni Hamada, Folker Hanusch, Christopher D. Karadjov, Claudia Mellado, Sonia Virginia Moreira, Peter G. Mwesige, Patrick Lee Plaisance, Zvi Reich, Josef Seethaler, Elizabeth A. Skewes, Dani Vardiansyah Noor & Kee Wang Yuen (2010). Modeling Perceived Influences on Journalism: Evidence from a Cross-National Survey of Journalists. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 87(1): 7-24.

Hanitzsch, Thomas & Josef Seethaler (2009). Journalismuswelten: Ein Vergleich von Journalismuskulturen in 17 Ländern. Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft 57(4): 464-483.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2009). Comparing Media Systems Reconsidered: Recent Development and Directions for Future Research. Journal of Global Mass Communication 1(2), 111-117.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2009). Zur Wahrnehmung von Einflüssen im Journalismus: Komparative Befunde aus 17 Ländern. Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft 57(2): 153-173.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2007). Deconstructing Journalism Culture: Towards a universal theory. Communication Theory 17(4): 367-385.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2007). It Should Be Fair To Criticize Even Noble Ideas: A Response To Jake Lynch and Samuel Peleg. conflict & communication online 6(2).

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2007). Situating Peace Journalism in Journalism Studies: A Critical Appraisal. conflict & communication online 6(2).

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2007). Journalismuskultur: Zur Dimensionierung eines zentralen Konstukts der kulturvergleichenden Journalismusforschung. Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft 55(3): 372-389.

Hanitzsch, Thomas & Klaus-Dieter Altmeppen (2007). Über das Vergleichen: Komparative Forschung in deutschen kommunikationswissenschaftlichen Fachzeitschriften, 1948–2005. Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft 54(2): 185-203.

Junghanns, Kathrin & Thomas Hanitzsch (2006). Deutsche Auslandskorrespondenten im Profil. Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft 55(3): 412-429.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2006). Establishing Equivalence in Comparative Journalism Research: Journalism, Editorial Organizations and Journalists as Objects of Inquiry. Pauta Geral: Revista de Jornalismo 8: 115-133.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2006). Journalism Research in Germany: Origins, Theoretical Innovations and Future Outlook. Brazilian Journalism Research 2(1): 39-53.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2006). Mapping Journalism Culture: A Theoretical Taxonomy and Case Studies from Indonesia. Asian Journal of Communication 16(2): 169-186.

Quandt, Thorsten, Martin Löffelholz, David H. Weaver, Thomas Hanitzsch & Klaus-Dieter Altmeppen (2006). American and German Online Journalists at the Beginning of the 21st Century: A Bi-National Survey. Journalism Studies 7(2): 171-186.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2005). Journalists in Indonesia: Educated but Timid Watchdogs. Journalism Studies 6(4): 493-508.

Hanitzsch, Thomas, John E. Newhagen, Mark Deuze & E. Graham McKinley (2005). Fostering Institutionalization and Internationalization: ICA’s Journalism Studies Interest Group Takes Stock of Its Inaugural Year (2004-5). Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism 6(4): 509-516.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2005). Online-Journalismus in Deutschland: Erste Einsichten in ein innovatives Berufsfeld. Fachjournalismus 18: 14-17.

Hanitzsch, Thomas, Martin Löffelholz & David H. Weaver (2005). Building a Home for the Study of Journalism: ICA Creates a Journalism Studies Interest Group. Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism 6(1): 111-119.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2004). Journalists as Peacekeeping Force? Peace Journalism and Mass Communication Theory. Journalism Studies 5(4): 481-493.

Hanitzsch, Thomas, Thorsten Quandt, Martin Löffelholz & Klaus-Dieter Altmeppen (2004). Online-Journalismus in Deutschland und den USA. Daten der ersten repräsentativen Erhebung zum Online-Journalismus. epd Medien 39: 3-24.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2003). Interreligious Dialogue through the Media: Perspectives and Limitations of Peace Journalism. Mediator 4(1): 33-39.

Löffelholz, Martin, Thorsten Quandt, Thomas Hanitzsch & Klaus-Dieter Altmeppen (2003). Onlinejournalisten in Deutschland. Zentrale Befunde der ersten Repräsentativbefragung deutscher Onlinejournalisten. Media Perspektiven (10): 477-486.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2001). Teori sistem sosial dan paradigma konstruktivisme: Tantangan keilmuan Jurnalistik di era informasi. Mediator 2(2): 217-229.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2000). Rethinking the Journalism Education in Indonesia: Nine Theses. Jurnal ISIP 12(1): 57-65. [reprint in: Mediator 1(1): 93-100]

 

¦¦¦¦¦ Book chapters

Hanitzsch, Thomas & Sven Engesser (2014). Journalismusforschung als Integrationsdisziplin. In Matthias Karmasin, Matthias Rath & Barbara Thomaß (eds.), Kommunikationswissenschaft als Integrationsdisziplin, (pp. 137-157). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.

Cohen, Akiba A., Thomas Hanitzsch, Agnieszka Stępińska, William Porath, & Christine Heimprecht (2013). Rationale, Design, and Methodologies. In Akiba A. Cohen (ed.), Foreign News on Television: Where in the World is the Global Village? (pp. 3-22). New York: Peter Lang.

Hanitzsch, Thomas, Abby Goodrum, Thorsten Quandt, & Thilo von Pape (2013). Interest in Foreign News. In Akiba A. Cohen (ed.), Foreign News on Television: Where in the World is the Global Village? (pp. 171-190). New York: Peter Lang.

von Pape, Thilo, Thorsten Quandt, Thomas Hanitzsch, & Jacques Alkalai Wainberg (2013). Countries of Interest. In Akiba A. Cohen (ed.), Foreign News on Television: Where in the World is the Global Village? (pp. 191-205). New York: Peter Lang.

Mujica, Constanza & Thomas Hanitzsch (2013). Gatekeepers on Decision-Making in Foreign News. In Akiba A. Cohen (ed.), Foreign News on Television: Where in the World is the Global Village? (pp. 209-224). New York: Peter Lang.

Hanitzsch Thomas, Patrick Lee Plaisance, & Elizabeth A. Skewes (2013). Universals and Differences in Global Journalism Ethics. In Stephen J. Ward (ed.), Global Media Ethics: Problems and Perspectives (pp. 30-49). Malden: MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

Hanitzsch, Thomas & Sven Engesser (2013). Journalismusforschung als Integrationsdisziplin. In Matthias Karmasin, Matthias Rath & Barbara Thomaß (eds.), Kommunikationswissenschaft als Integrationsdisziplin. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2013). Journalismus im internationalen Vergleich. In Klaus Meier & Christoph Neuberger (eds.), Journalismusforschung. Stand und Perspektiven (pp. 195-206). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2013). Auslandsberichterstattung. In Günter Bentele, Hans-Bernd Brosius & Otfried Jarren (eds.), Lexikon Kommunikations- und Medienwissenschaft (2nd edition, p. 23). Wiesbaden: Springer.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2012). Journalistisches Vertrauen in öffentliche Institutionen. Evidenz aus 18 Ländern. In Nina Springer, Johannes Raabe, Hannes Haas & Wolfgang Eichhorn (eds.), Medien und Journalismus im 21. Jahrhundert (pp. 305-322). Konstanz: UVK.

Esser, Frank & Thomas Hanitzsch (2012). Organizing and Managing Comparative Research Projects across Nations: Models and Challenges of Coordinated Collaboration. In Ingrid Volkmer (eds.), The Handbook of Global Media Research (pp. 521-532). Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2012). Journalism, Participative Media and Trust in a Comparative Context. In Marcel J. Broersma & Chris Peters (eds.), Rethinking Journalism: Trust and Participation in a Transformed News Landscape (pp. 200-209). London: Routledge.

Hanitzsch, Thomas & Thorsten Quandt (2012). Online Journalism in Germany. In Eugenia Siapera & Andreas Veglis (eds.), The Handbook of Global Online Journalism (pp. 429-444). Walden, MA: Wiley.

Hanitzsch, Thomas & Dedy N. Hidayat (2012). Journalists in Indonesia. In David H. Weaver & Lars Willnat (eds.), The Global Journalist in the 21st Century (pp. 36-51). New York: Routledge.

Hanitzsch, Thomas, Josef Seethaler, Elizabeth A. Skewes, Maria Anikina, Rosa Berganza, Incilay Cangöz, Mihai Coman, Basyouni Hamada, Folker Hanusch, Christopher D. Karadjov, Claudia Mellado, Sonia Virginia Moreira, Peter G. Mwesige, Patrick Lee Plaisance, Zvi Reich, Dani Vardiansyah Noor & Kee Wang Yuen (2012). Worlds of Journalism: Journalistic Cultures, Professional Autonomy, and Perceived Influences across 18 Nations. In David H. Weaver & Lars Willnat (eds.), The Global Journalist in the 21st Century (pp. 473-494). New York: Routledge.

Hanitzsch, Thomas & Claudia Mellado (2012). Journalism Cultures. In Wolfgang Donsbach (ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Communication.

Hanitzsch, Thomas & Wolfgang Donsbach (2012). Comparing Journalism Cultures. In: Frank Esser & Thomas Hanitzsch (eds.), The Handbook of Comparative Communication Research (pp. 262-275). New York: Routledge.

Esser, Frank & Thomas Hanitzsch (2012). On the Why and How of Comparative Inquiry in Communication Studies. In: Frank Esser & Thomas Hanitzsch (eds.), The Handbook of Comparative Communication Research (pp. 3-47). New York: Routledge.

Hanitzsch, Thomas & Frank Esser (2012). Challenges and Perspectives of Comparative Communication Inquiry. In: Frank Esser & Thomas Hanitzsch (eds.), The Handbook of Comparative Communication Research (pp. 501-516). New York: Routledge.

Esser, Frank & Thomas Hanitzsch (2011). Komparative Kommunikationsforschung als Mehrebenenforschung (Comparative Communication Research as Multilevel Research). In: Thorsten Quandt & Bertram Scheufele (eds.), Ebenen der Kommunikation. Mikro-Meso-Makro-Links in der Kommunikationswissenschaft (Levels of Communication: Micro-Meso-Macro Links in Communication Studies, pp. 261-287). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2011). Die Modellierung hierarchischer Datenstrukturen in der Kommunikations- und Medienwissenschaft: Ein Vergleich von OLS-Regression und Mehrebenenanalyse an einem Beispiel aus der Journalismusforschung (Modeling Hierarchical Data in Communication and Media Research: A comparison of OLS regression and multilevel modeling and an example from journalism research). In: Thorsten Quandt & Olaf Jandura (eds.), Methoden der Journalismusforschung (Methods of Journalism Research, pp. 317-334). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2011). Preface. In: Idi Subandy Ibrahim, Kritik Budaya Komunikasi: Esai-esai Kritis Budaya, media, dan Gaya Hidup dalam Proses Demokratisasi di Indonesia (pp. xiii-xviii). Yogyakarta: Jalasutra.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2010). Deconstructing Journalism Culture: Towards a universal theory. In: Berkowitz, Daniel A. (ed.), Cultural Meanings of News: A Text-Reader (pp. 33-47). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2010). Professionelle Milieus im journalistischen Feld: Befunde aus einer internationalen Vergleichsstudie. In Andreas Hepp, Marco Höhn & Jeffrey Wimmer (eds.), Medienkultur im Wandel (pp. 229-243). Konstanz: UVK.

Hanitzsch, Thomas & Annette Müller (2009). The Swiss Journalism Education Landscape. In Georgios Terzis (ed.), European Journalism Education (pp. 207-216). Bristol: Intellect.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2009). Comparative Journalism Studies. In Karin Wahl-Jorgensen & Thomas Hanitzsch (eds.), Handbook of Journalism Studies (pp. 413-427). New York: Routledge.

Wahl-Jorgensen, Karin & Thomas Hanitzsch (2009). Introduction: On why and how we should do journalism studies. In Karin Wahl-Jorgensen & Thomas Hanitzsch (eds.), Handbook of Journalism Studies (pp. 3-16). New York: Routledge.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2008). Political Journalists. In Wolfgang Donsbach (ed.), International Encyclopedia of Communication (pp. 3713-3715). Oxford: Blackwell.

Hanitzsch, Thomas & Klaus-Dieter Altmeppen (2008). Das Equivalenzproblem in der deutschen komparativen Kommunikationsforschung. Eine Meta-Analyse (The Problem of Equivalence in German Comparative Communication Research: A Meta Analysis). In Werner Wirth, Jörg Matthes, Gregor Daschmann & Andreas Fahr (eds.), Die Brücke zwischen Theorie und Empirie: Operationalisierung, Messung und Validierung in der Kommunikationswissenschaft (Bridging Theory and Research: Operationalization, Measurement, and Validation in Communication Studies, pp. 180-197). Köln: Halem.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2008). Universalität, Differenz und ideologische Artikulation journalistischer Kulturen’ (Universality, Difference and Ideological Articulation of Journalistic Cultures). In Oliver Hahn & Gerd G. Kopper (eds.), Journalistische Kulturen: Internationale und interdisziplinäre Theoriebausteine (Journalistic Cultures: International and Interdisciplinary Theory, pp. 154-172). Köln: Halem.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2008). Comparing Journalism Across Cultural Boundaries: State of the Art, Strategies, Problems and Solutions. In Martin Löffelholz & David Weaver (eds.), Global Journalism Research: Theories, Methods, Findings, Future (pp. 93-105). Oxford: Blackwell.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2008). Journalismus für den Frieden: Friedensjournalismus (Journalism for Peace: peace journalism). In Martin Löffelholz, Christian F. Trippe & Andrea C. Hoffmann (eds.), Kriegs- und Krisenberichterstattung: Ein Handbuch (War and Crisis Reporting Handbook, pp. 247-250). Konstanz: UVK.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2008). Situating Peace Journalism in Journalism Studies: A Critical Appraisal. In Wilhelm Kempf. (ed.), The Peace Journalism Controversy (pp. 69-80). Berlin: Regener.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2008). It Should Be Fair To Criticize Even Noble Ideas. In Wilhelm Kempf. (ed.), The Peace Journalism Controversy (pp. 127-132). Berlin: Regener.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2007). Problemzonen komparativer Kommunikatorforschung: Methodologische Fallstudien (Problems in Comparative Research: Methodological Case Studies). In Gabriele Melischek, Josef Seethaler & Jürgen Wilke (eds.), Medien und Kommunikationsforschung im Vergleich: Grundlagen, Gegenstandsbereiche, Verfahrensweisen (Comparative Communication and Media Research: Basics, Objects, and Procedures, pp. 253-270). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2007). Journalismuskulturen (Journalism Cultures). In Barbara Thomaß (ed.), Lehrbuch: Mediensysteme im internationalen Vergleich (Textbook: Comparing Media Systems Internationally, pp. 163-176). Konstanz: UTB.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2007). Kriegskorrespondenten entmystifiziert (Demystifying War Correspondents). In Barbara Korte & Horst Tonn (eds.), Kriegskorrespondenten: Deutungsinstanzen in der Mediengesellschaft (War Correspondents: Sense-Makers in the Media Society, pp. 39-58). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.

Klaus-Dieter Altmeppen, Thomas Hanitzsch & Carsten Schlüter (2007). Die Next Generation der Journalismustheorie. Zur Einführung (Introduction: the next generation of journalism theory). In Klaus-Dieter Altmeppen, Thomas Hanitzsch & Carsten Schlüter (eds.), Journalismustheorie: Next Generation. Soziologische Grundlegung und theoretische Innovation (Journalism Theory: Next Generation. Sociological foundation and theoretical innovation, pp. 7-23). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.

Thomas Hanitzsch (2007). Kapital – Feld – Habitus. Die Struktur des Journalistischen Felds (Capital – Field – Habitus: the structure of the journalistic field). In Klaus-Dieter Altmeppen, Thomas Hanitzsch & Carsten Schlüter (eds.), Journalismustheorie: Next Generation. Soziologische Grundlegung und theoretische Innovation (Journalism Theory: Next Generation. Sociological foundation and theoretical innovation, pp. 239-260). Wiesbaden: VS Verlag.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2006). Selling the Autonomy of Journalism: The Malpractice of Corruption among Indonesian Journalists. In Hao Xiaoming & Sunanda K. Datta-Ray (eds.), Issues and Challenges in Asian Journalism (pp. 169-188). Singapore: Marshall Cavendish Academic.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2005). The Peace Journalism Problem: Failure of News People – or Failure of Analysis?. In Thomas Hanitzsch, Martin Loeffelholz & Ronny Mustamu (eds.), Agents of Peace: Public Communication and Conflict Resolution in an Asian Setting (pp. 185-209). Jakarta: FES.

Thomas, Hanitzsch & Martin Löffelholz (2005). Introduction. In Thomas Hanitzsch, Martin Loeffelholz & Ronny Mustamu (eds.), Agents of Peace: Public Communication and Conflict Resolution in an Asian Setting (pp. 7-12). Jakarta: FES.

Hanitzsch ,Thomas (2004). Journalisten zwischen Friedensdienst und Kampfeinsatz. Interventionismus im Kriegsjournalismus aus kommunikationswissenschaftlicher Perspektive (Journalists between Peace and War: interventionist approaches to war coverage from the perspective of communication studies). In Martin Löffelholz (ed.), Krieg als Medienereignis II. Krisenkommunikation im 21. Jahrhundert (War as Media Event: crisis communication in the 21st century, pp. 169-193). Wiesbaden: Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2004). Integration oder Koorientierung? Risiken funktionaler Differenzierung und Journalismustheorie (Integration or Coorientation? Journalism theory and the risks of functional differentiation). In Martin Löffelholz (ed.), Theorien des Journalismus. Ein diskursives Handbuch, second edition (Theories of Journalism: a discoursive handbook, pp. 217-232). Wiesbaden: Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2003). Interreligious Dialogue through the Media: Perspectives and Limitations of Peace Journalism. In Atma Jaya Yogyakarta University (ed.), Proceedings: Globalization, Religion, and Media in the Islamic World: Intercultural Dialogue (pp. 101-112). Yogyakarta: UAJY.

Birowo, Mario Antonius & Thomas Hanitzsch (2002). Asiatische oder transkulturelle Perspektive? (Asian or Transcultural Perspective?). In Andreas Hepp & Martin Löffelholz (eds.), Transkulturelle Kommunikation. Ein internationaler Reader (Transcultural Communication: an international reader, pp. 774-794). Konstanz: UVK.

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2002). Misi sosial atau “Mission Impossible”? Tentang otonomi proses produksi berita (Social Mission or “Mission Impossible”?: About the autonomy of news production). In Lukas Ispandriarno, Thomas Hanitzsch & Martin Loeffelholz (eds.) Media - Militer - Politik. Crisis Communication: Perspektif Indonesia dan Internasional (Media – Military – Politics. Crisis Communication: Indonesian and international perspectives, pp. 293-310). Yogyakarta: Galang.

Ispandriarno, Lukas, Thomas Hanitzsch & Martin Loeffelholz (2002). Pemecahan konflik pada “media society”: Catatan tentang hubungan antara kebijakan keamanan, militer dan jurnalisme (Conflict Resolution in the Media Society: notes on the relationship between security policy, the military and journalism). In Lukas Ispandriarno, Thomas Hanitzsch & Martin Loeffelholz (eds.), Media - Militer - Politik. Crisis Communication: Perspektif Indonesia dan Internasional (Media – Military – Politics. Crisis Communication: Indonesian and international perspectives, pp. 3-14). Yogyakarta: Galang.

 

¦¦¦¦¦ Book reviews

(2007) Operation Balkan. Werbung für Krieg und Tod (The Balkans Operation: Advertising for War and Death), Jörg Becker & Mira Beham, Publizistik 52(4): 554-555.

(2007) Journalismus als kultureller Prozess. Zur Bedeutung von Journalismus in der  Mediengesellschaft – ein Entwurf, Margreth Lünenborg,  Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft 55(3): 450-452.

(2005) Wars Within: The story of Tempo, an independent magazine in Soeharto’s Indonesia, Janet Steele, Journalism Studies 6(5): 813-815.

(2005) Media and the Path to Peace, Gadi Wolfsfeld, crisis-communication.de.

 

¦¦¦¦¦ Others

Hanitzsch, Thomas (2012): Editorial: Introduction From the New Editor. Communication Theory 22(2): 113-115.

Thomas Hanitzsch (2006) 'What Is Journalism, and What Is Not...', Journalism Studies at ICA (Newsletter) 2006/1: 3.

Martin Löffelholz, David H. Weaver, Thorsten Quandt, Thomas Hanitzsch & Klaus-Dieter Altmeppen (2004) 'American and German Online Journalists at the beginning of the 21st Century: A Bi-national Survey', Diskussionsbeiträge 11. Ilmenau: Institut für Medien- und Kommunikationswissenschaft der TU Ilmenau.

 

 

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