Hans Bredow Institut

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Short name Hans-Bredow-Institut (HBI)
Name Hans-Bredow-Institut at the University of Hamburg
Description The Hans Bredow Institute was founded as an independent non-profit organisation by the Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk broadcasting corporation NWDR in co-operation with the University of Hamburg in 1950. As an Institute at the University of Hamburg it is legally independent, however, there are various content-oriented as well as organisational cooperation undertakings with the University.

The research conducted by the Institute focuses on mediated public communication: Today, the different types of mass media shape people's everyday life, politics, the economy as well as culture to a greater extent than ever before. Understanding the underlying determinants, assessing future opportunities and risks, and providing orientation for the actors involved - this is the main focus of the Institute's research. The Institute emphasises its role as an independent observer and combines sociological, legal, economic and pedagogical approaches, because it strongly believes that contemporary problems of media development call for an interdisciplinary and a cross-national comparative perspective. Cooperation and constant exchange with the different actors in the media sphere are basic values for the Institute's research.

University University of Hamburg
Country Germany
Type of organization Participating center
Contact e-mail address(es) info@hans-bredow-institut.de
Contact form http://www.hans-bredow-institut.de/en/contact/contact
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Topics of interest Culture, Cybersecurity, Data visualization, Database, Internet Governance, Data protection, Social media
Disciplines involved Education, Information science, Journalism, Law, Political science, Sociology, Software development
Official website http://www.hans-bredow-institut.de/en
Twitter handle
Google Plus account
Projects Media System and Policy, Media and Telecommunications Law, Media Organisation and Media Industry, Media Offerings and Media Culture, Media Use and Media Effects, Knowledge Transfer, Consultation and Services, The Basis of Social Information: How Does Society Keep Itself Informed?, Regulatory Structures And The Emergence Of Rules In Online Spaces: What Structures Our Activities Online?, Knowledge for the Media Society, Algorithmed Public Spheres

This is an automatically generated list of the members of Hans Bredow Institut having a profile on the NoC wiki:

 First nameFamily nameRoleTopic interest
Claudia LampertClaudiaLampert
Cornelius PuschmannCorneliusPuschmann
Felix KruparFelixKruparResearcherMedia Regulation
Big Data
Cloud Computing
Artificial Intelligence
Copyright
Data Protection
Freedom of Expression
Fundamental Rights
Intellectual Property
Privacy
Semantic Web
Surveillance
Jan-Hinrik SchmidtJan-HinrikSchmidtSenior Researcher for Digital Interactive Media and Political CommunicationDigital Media
Digital Identity
E-democracy
Privacy
Social Media
Sascha HöligSaschaHölig
Stefan DreyerStefanDreyer
Uwe HasebrinkUweHasebrink
Wiebke LoosenWiebkeLoosen
Wolfgang SchulzWolfgangSchulzDirectorBig Data
Cloud Computing
Citizen Journalism
Data Protection
E-democracy
Freedom of Expression
Freedom of Information
Fundamental Rights
Global governance
Information Law
Intermediary Liability
Internet Governance
Internet of Things
Media Regulation
Social Media
Privacy

List of Educational Resources of Hans Bredow Institut

This is an automatically generated list of the education resources of Hans Bredow Institut indexed on the NoC wiki:

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Resources for India Summer School on Online Hate Speech
Facts about "Hans Bredow Institut"RDF feed
ClassificationUniversity of Hamburg + and Participating center +
Contact formhttp://www.hans-bredow-institut.de/en/contact/contact +
CountryGermany +
DescriptionThe Hans Bredow Institute was founded as a
The Hans Bredow Institute was founded as an independent non-profit organisation by the Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk broadcasting corporation NWDR in co-operation with the University of Hamburg in 1950. As an Institute at the University of Hamburg it is legally independent, however, there are various content-oriented as well as organisational cooperation undertakings with the University.

The research conducted by the Institute focuses on mediated public communication: Today, the different types of mass media shape people's everyday life, politics, the economy as well as culture to a greater extent than ever before. Understanding the underlying determinants, assessing future opportunities and risks, and providing orientation for the actors involved - this is the main focus of the Institute's research.

The Institute emphasises its role as an independent observer and combines sociological, legal, economic and pedagogical approaches, because it strongly believes that contemporary problems of media development call for an interdisciplinary and a cross-national comparative perspective. Cooperation and constant exchange with the different actors in the media sphere are basic values for the Institute's research.
basic values for the Institute's research. +
DisciplineEducation +, Information science +, Journalism +, Law +, Political science +, Sociology + and Software development +
Full nameHans-Bredow-Institut at the University of Hamburg +
Homepagehttp://www.hans-bredow-institut.de/en +
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ProjectMedia System and Policy +, Media and Telecommunications Law +, Media Organisation and Media Industry +, Media Offerings and Media Culture +, Media Use and Media Effects +, Knowledge Transfer, Consultation and Services +, The Basis of Social Information: How Does Society Keep Itself Informed? +, Regulatory Structures And The Emergence Of Rules In Online Spaces: What Structures Our Activities Online? +, Knowledge for the Media Society + and Algorithmed Public Spheres +
Short nameHans-Bredow-Institut (HBI) +
Topic interestCulture +, Cybersecurity +, Data visualization +, Database +, Internet Governance +, Data Protection + and Social Media +
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