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Februar 2024

Nachrichtenmüdigkeit und Politikverdrossenheit in krisenhaften Zeiten

Julia Behre will be taking part in the online event "Democracy in Conversation" on the topic of "Die erschöpfte Bevölkerung? Nachrichtenmüdigkeit & Politikverdrossenheit in krisenhaften Zeiten" [The Exhausted Population? News Fatigue & Disenchantment with Politics in Times of Crisis]. In a keynote speech, she will present the results of the Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2023. The event starts at 7 p.m.

The webtalk series is organized by the Bavarian State Agency for Civic Education in cooperation with the Academy for Civic Education in Tutzing and the Bavarian Adult Education Association.

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Program as PDF
About the event
Ukraine war, Middle East conflict, inflation, energy prices, climate change, "migration crisis" - every day we are confronted with bad news on all channels. The coronavirus pandemic has made many people feel news fatigue: People are turning away from information media, fed up with the constant negative reports. Where does this news fatigue come from? Is it an expression of a population exhausted by crises and wars or even a symptom of growing disenchantment with politics? And what answers can politics and journalism give to this development? These questions are the focus of the new edition of "Democracy in Conversation".

The one-hour event will take place online and is open to the public.

Infos zur Veranstaltung


via Zoom

Contact person

Julia Behre, M. A.
Junior Researcher Media Use

Julia Behre, M. A.

Leibniz-Institut für Medienforschung | Hans-Bredow-Institut
Rothenbaumchaussee 36
20148 Hamburg
Tel.: +49 40 45 02 17 87

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