Anna Staender

Anna Staender, MA

Assistentin / Research and Teaching Assistant

Phone: +41 44 634 46 87

Room number: AND 3.50

a.staender@ikmz.uzh.ch

Curriculum vitae

10/2019–Present

Research Associate at the Institute of Mass Communication and Media Research, Division: International & Comparative Media Research, University of Zurich

10/2016–09/2019

Student Research Assistant at the Institute of Mass Communication and Media Research, Division: International & Comparative Media Research, University of Zurich

09/2016–07/2019

Master of Arts UZH in Mass Communication and Media Research (major) and Business Administration (minor) at the University of Zurich.
Master Thesis: “Populism through the Facebook-User. Eine empirische Analyse der Facebook-Nutzerreaktionen auf populistische Kommunikation von deutschen und österreichischen Parteien im Wahlkampf 2017”

09/2016–12/2018

Various Tutorages at the Institute of Mass Communication and Media Research, Divisions: International & Comparative Media Research and Science, Crisis & Risk Communication, University of Zurich

07/2016–09/2016

Marketing and Communications Associate at the Spital Männedorf AG

07/2014–11/2014

Marketing and Communications Intern at the Spital Männedorf AG

09/2012–07/2016

Bachelor of Arts UZH in Mass Communication and Media Research (major) and Business Administration (minor) at the University of Zurich.

Research Interests

Online disinformation (link to project website), political communication, international comparative research, social media research

Publications

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Contributions at Conferences

Resilience to Disinformation: A Comparative Analysis of Engagement with Disinformation on Social Media. Sixth conference of the International Journal of Press/Politics, virtual due to COVID-19, 21–22 September 2020.

What triggers audience reactions on Facebook? An analysis of issues, emotions, and media references in parties’ campaign communication in Germany and Austria. Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Gold Coast (AUS)/virtual due to COVID-19, May 21–26 2020 (presented by S. Blassnig).

Resilience to Onlince Disinformation – A six-country comparison on the engagement with disinformation around COVID-19 on social media. Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Gold Coast (AUS)/virtual due to COVID-19, May 21–26 2020.

Same same, but different? Ein systematischer Literaturüberblick zur Definition und Messung von «Disinformation, «Misinformation» und «Fake News». Annual conference of the DGPuK-division Communication and Politics, Mainz, February 5–7 2020.

Between party logic, media logic and social media logic. An analysis of parties’ campaign strategies on Facebook pages and reactions in communities in Germany and Austria. APSA conference, Washington D.C., August 29–September 1 2019 (presented by L. Udris)

Does Populist Communication Make Politicians More Popular on Facebook and Twitter? A Six-Country Analysis. ICA conference, Washington D.C., May 24–28 2019 (presented by S. Blassnig)

Same same, but different? A systematic literature review of online disinformation from a multidisciplinary perspective. Workshop series “Online Disinformation: An Integrated View”, Aarhus, May 6–7 2019 (presented by S. Morosoli)

Mehr Likes durch populistische Kommunikation? Eine Analyse von Facebook-Reaktionen im deutschen und österreichischen Wahlkampf 2017. DGPuK conference, Münster, May 9–11 2019

Die Facebook-Resonanz deutscher und österreichischer Parteien im Wahlkampf. SGKM conference, St. Gallen, April 4–5 2019 (presented by S. Blassnig)

Wettbewerb um Aufmerksamkeit im Social Web: eine empirische Untersuchung der Resonanz von Facebook-Beiträgen im Schweizer Wahlkampf 2015. DGPuK Conference, Düsseldorf, March 30–31 2017

Activities & Offices

Since 01/2020

Member of the Computational Methods Working Group, University of Zurich

01/2019–01/2021

PhD representative (Doktorierendenvertreterin) at the subject board Social Sciences of the Graduate School, University of Zurich