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Verena Albert, M. A.

Verena Albert, M. A.

Since August 2020, Verena Albert has been a junior researcher at the Leibniz Institute for Media Research | Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI) in research program 1  Transformation of Public Communication - Journalistic and Intermediary Functions in the Process of Opinion Formation". Her work focuses on the changing relationship between journalism and the public and concepts of solutions journalism.

Currently, she is working on the project „What Journalists want and what they ought to do – The Transformation oft he Journalism/Audience-Relationship and ist Relevance for Social Cohesion“ within the context of the Research Institute Social Cohesion (Forschungsinstitut Gesellschaftlicher Zusammenhalt – FGZ). The project investigates the ideas and expectations of journalists in Germany in relation to the relevance of their work for social cohesion and the extent to which these expectations and self-images correspond with the demands made on them by citizens.

Verena Albert studied communication science at the Westfälische-Wilhelms-University in Münster. During her studies, she worked here as a student assistant at the Institute of Communication Science in the division of lesson planning, data collection and data analysis.

Within the HBI, Verena serves as elected representative of the Institute’s Junior Researchers and doctoral candidates, alongside Martin Fertmann.

Verena Albert, M. A.

Junior Researcher Journalism Research

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