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Dr. Pablo Porten-Cheé

Forschungsgruppenleiter

Dr. Pablo Porten-Cheé ist Leiter der Forschungsgruppe „Digital Citizenship“ am Weizenbaum-Institut für die vernetzte Gesellschaft und Postdoc am Institut für Publizistik- und Kommunikationswissenschaft der FU Berlin. Er hat an der Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf im Fach Kommunikationswissenschaft promoviert. Pablo Porten-Cheé hat an den Professuren für politische Kommunikation der Technischen Universität Ilmenau, der Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düsseldorf und der Universität Zürich gearbeitet. Seine Forschungsinteressen bewegen sich im Rahmen der politischen Kommunikationsforschung und aktuell untersucht er den Wandel und die Faktoren von politischer Partizipation unter den Bedingungen von Digitalisierung. Zu seinen Publikationen zählen mehrere Zeitschriftenartikel zu politischen Medienwirkungen von Online-Inhalten (Schweigespiralprozesse, Fragmentierung und die Rolle von Popularitätshinweisen, z. B. in Form von Facebook-Likes).

Kontakt

Telefon

+49 30 700141 043

Email

p.porten-chee[at]fu-berlin.de

Organisation
Freie Universität Berlin (FU)
Publikationen

Monographie

Porten-Cheé, P. (2017). Anschlusskommunikation als Medienwirkung. Der Einfluss von Relevanz und Qualität von Medieninhalten auf das Gesprächsverhalten. Baden-Baden: Nomos. [Reviewed by Denise Sommer in Publizistik, 63(1), pp. 159-160. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11616-017-0396-7

Beiträge in Fachzeitschriften mit Peer Review

Porten-Cheé, P., Kunst, M. & Emmer, M. (angenommen). Online civic intervention: A new form of political participation under conditions of disruptive online behavior. International Journal of Communication.

Jørring, L., Valentim, A., & Porten-Cheé, P. (2018). Mapping a changing field: A literature review on digital citizenship. Digital Culture & Society, 4(2), 11-37. https://doi.org/10.14361/dcs-2018-0203

Porten-Cheé, P., & Eilders, C. (2019). Fragmentation in high-choice media environments from a micro-perspective: Effects of selective exposure on issue diversity in individual repertoires. Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research, 44(2), 139–161.

Porten-Cheé, P., & Eilders, C. (2019). The effects of likes on public opinion perception and personal opinion. Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research. doi: 10.1515/commun-2019-2030

Frieß, D., & Porten-Cheé, P., (2018). What do participants take away from local eParticipation? Analyzing the success of local eParticipation initiatives from a democratic citizens’ perspectives. Analyse & Kritik: Journal of Philosophy and Social Theory, 40(1), pp. 1–29.  doi:10.1515/auk-2018-0001

Porten-Cheé, P., Haßler, J., Jost, P., Eilders, C., & Maurer, M. (2018). Popularity cues in online media: Theoretical and methodological perspectives in political communication research. Studies in Communication and Media, 7(2), 210–230. doi:10.5771/2192-4007-2018-2-208

Porten-Cheé, P., & Eilders, C. (2015). Spiral of silence online: How online communication affects opinion climate perception and opinion expression regarding the climate change debate. Studies in Communication Sciences, 15(1), 143 - 150. doi:10.1016/j.scoms.2015.03.002.

Porten-Cheé, P. (2013). The use of party Web sites and effects on voting: The case of the European Parliamentary Elections in Germany in 2009. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 10(3), 310 - 325. doi:10.1080/19331681.2013.803946.

Porten-Cheé, P., Arlt, D., & Wolling, J. (2013). Informationssuche zwischen Energiepolitik und Energiespartipps. Einstellungs-Verhaltens-Relationen als Erklärungsfaktoren der aktiven Suche nach energiebezogenen Informationen. Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft, 61(2), 183 - 201. doi:10.5771/1615-634x-2013-2-183.

Zeller, F., Wolling, J., & Porten-Cheé, P. (2010). Framing 0/1. Wie die Medien über die „Digitalisierung der Gesellschaft“ berichten. Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft, 58(4), 503 - 524. doi:10.5771/1615-634x-2010-4-503.

Beiträge in Sammelbänden

Eilders, C., & Porten-Cheé, P. (2016). The spiral of silence revisited. In G. Vowe & P. Henn (Eds.), Political communication in the online world: theoretical approaches and research designs (pp. 88 – 102). New York, NY: Routledge.

Bernhard, U., Porten-Cheé, P., & Schultze, M. (2016). Survey research online. In G. Vowe & P. Henn (Eds.), Political communication in the online world: theoretical approaches and research designs (pp. 218 – 232). New York, NY: Routledge.

Eilders, C., & Porten-Cheé, P. (2015). Die Schweigespirale unter Bedingungen von Online-Kommunikation: Eine Untersuchung im Kontext der Bundestagswahl 2013. In C. Holtz-Bacha (Eds.), Die Massenmedien im Wahlkampf. Analysen zur Bundestagswahl 2013 (pp. 293 – 316). Wiesbaden: Springer VS. [The spiral of silence under the conditions of an online communication: An Analysis in the Context of the parliamentary elections for the Bundestag in 2013]

Porten-Cheé, P., & Wolling, J. (2013). Wahlkämpfe als Katalysatoren? Der Einfluss von Wahlen auf den Wandel digitaler politischer Kommunikation. In T. Roessing & N. Podschuweit (Eds.), Politische Kommunikation in Zeiten des Medienwandels (pp. 163 – 196). Berlin: de Gruyter. [Election campaigns as catalysts? The impact of elections on the change of digital political communication]

Sonstige Beiträge

Leißner, L., Valentim, A., Porten-Cheé, P. & Emmer, M. (2019). The Selective Catalyst: Internet Use as a Mediator of Citizenship Norms’ Effects on Political Participation. In Weizenbaum Series, 1, S. 1–27. Berlin: Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society - The German Internet Institute. doi.org/10.34669/wi.ws/1

Porten-Cheé, P. (2018). Content Popularity on Social Media Platforms: How Business Models and User Preferences Meet. Digital Insights der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Kambodscha 12, S. 134–140.

Reviews

Porten-Cheé, P. (2015). Review of C. Reinemann (Ed.), Political Communication. Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft, 63(4), pp. 607 – 609.

Vorträge

Porten-Cheé, P., Kunst, M., & Emmer, M. (2019). Online civic intervention: A new form of political participation under conditions of disruptive online behavior. Conference of the Political Communication Section of the European Communication Research and Education Association, September 12 to 13, Poznań.

Leißner, L., Porten-Cheé, P., Paasch-Colberg, S. (2019). Practicing public sphere on YouTube: Integrative, orientative, and participative functions of YouTube videos on the migration discourse. Conference of the Political Communication Section of the European Communication Research and Education Association, September 12 to 13, Poznań.

Porten-Cheé, P. (2019). Soziale Medien und Wahlen, Internationale Konferenz zum Thema Digitalisierung und Demokratie der Deutschen Botschaft Brasilien, August 08, Rio de Janeiro.

Porten-Cheé, P. (2019). Digital Citizenship, Internationale Konferenz zum Thema Digitalisierung und Demokratie der Deutschen Botschaft Brasilien, August 09, Rio de Janeiro.

Porten-Cheé, P., Jørring, L., Valentim, A., Leißner, L., & Emmer, M., & Gagrčin, E. (2019). Social media shaping good citizens: Citizenship norms and their consequences on political participation among heavy social media users. Social Media & Society Conference. July 19-21, Toronto.

Kunst, M., Porten-Cheé, P., & Eilders, C. (2019). Do “Good Citizens” Fight Hate Speech Online? Investigating the Impact of Citizenship Norms on User Responses to Hate Comments. International Communication Association Annual Conference, May 24 to 28, Washington D.C.

Eilders, C. & Porten-Cheé, P. (2019). Effects of Online User Comments on Public Opinion Perception, Personal Opinion, and Willingness to Speak Out: A Cross-Cultural Comparison between Germany and South Korea. International Communication Association Annual Conference, May 24 to 28, Washington D.C.

Porten-Cheé, P. & Kunst, M. (2018). Conceptualizing emergent citizenship norms as drivers of user interventions in disrupted online discussions. The Deliberative Quality of Communication Conference. November 8 to 9, Mannheim.

Porten-Cheé, P. (2018). Content Popularity on Social Media Platforms: How Business Models and User Preferences Meet, Digital Future Talks, Phnom Penh, December 12, Kambodscha.

Leißner, L., Valentim, A., & Porten-Cheé, P. (2018). Good citizens share: Reviewing and enhancing citizenship norms research in light of digitalization. International Conference of the Participatory and Deliberative Democracy Specialist Group of the Political Studies Association. September 5-7. London.

Jorring, L., Valentim, A., & Porten-Cheé, P. (2018). Mapping the Field: A Literature Review on Digital Citizenship. The Internet, Policy & Politics Conference. September 20-21 Oxford.

Porten-Cheé, P., Haßler, J., Jost, P. B., Maurer, M., & Eilders, C. (2018). A theoretical foundation of the causes and effects of online popularity cues in the realm of political communication research. European Communication Conference of the European Communication Research and Education Association, October 31 to November 3, Lugano.

Eilders, C. & Porten-Cheé, P. (2018). Hostile peers in social media? Relating spiral of silence theory and hostile media perception in opinion-consonant environments. European Communication Conference of the European Communication Research and Education Association, October 31 to November 3, Lugano.

Porten-Cheé, P. (2017). Discussion factors: How relevance and quality cues in media content promote media-stimulated interpersonal communication. International Communication Association Annual Conference, May 25 to 29, San Diego.

Porten-Cheé, P., & Eilders, C. (2017). The power of “many likes”. Online popularity cues’ effects on personal opinion and public opinion perception. International Communication Association Annual Conference, May 25 to 29, San Diego.

Dohle, M., Eilders, C., Kelm, O., & Porten-Cheé, P. (2017). How perceptual processes affect individuals’ political communication activities: Results of a research program. Preconference: “Political Communication in the Online World”. International Communication Association Annual Conference, May 25 to 29, San Diego.

Porten-Cheé, P., & Eilders, C. (2016). The sense of the visible others: Effects of online popularity cues on public opinion perception and personal opinion formation. European Communication Conference of the European Communication Research and Education Association, November 9 to 12, Prague.

Frieß, D., & Porten-Cheé, P. (2016). Democratic value experiences in online participation. A theoretical model and evidence on perceived participatory effects. International Association for Media and Communication Research 2016 Conference, July 27 to 31, Leicester.

Eilders, C., & Porten-Cheé, P. (2016). Effects of popularity cues on public opinion perception: Theoretical approach and findings of an online diary study on climate change. International Communication Association Annual Conference, June 9 to 13, Fukuoka.

Porten-Cheé, P. (2015). Factors of media-stimulated interpersonal communication. Evidence from an online diary study. Conference of the Interpersonal Communication and Social Interaction Section of the European Communication Research and Education Association, November 10 to 11, Aarhus.

Porten-Cheé, P., & Eilders, C. (2015). The paradox of online communication and audience fragmentation. Evidence from two online diary studies in Germany. Conference of the Political Communication Section of the European Communication Research and Education Association, August 27 to 28, Odense.

Porten-Cheé, P., & Eilders, C. (2014). Das Paradox der Online-Kommunikation. Publikumsfragmentierung unter Bedingungen von Angebotsvielfalt. Annual conference of the expert group for Sociology of Media Communication of the German Communication Association, October 9 to 11, Düsseldorf. [The paradox of online communication. Audience fragmentation under conditions of content diversity]

Eilders, C., & Porten-Cheé, P. (2014). The spiral of silence under online conditions: Individual media repertoires and their effects on public opinion perception and willingness to speak out. Digital Disruption to Journalism and Mass Communication Theory Conference, October 2 to 3, Brussels.

Eilders, C., & Porten-Cheé, P. (2014). Perception of public opinion and willingness to speak Out in fragmented audiences. International Communication Association Annual Conference, May 22 to 26, Seattle.

Arlt, D., Wolling, J., & Porten-Cheé, P. (2013). Information-seeking between energy policies and energy saving: Attitude-behavior-relations as influencing factors to explain the information-seeking behavior on energy related information in Germany. International Association for Media and Communication Research 2013 Conference, June 25 to 29, Dublin.

Porten-Cheé, P., & Eilders, C. (2013). Scanning public opinion through the media. Effects of differential media use on the perception of public opinion. International Association for Media and Communication Research 2013 Conference, June 25 to 29, Dublin.

Porten-Cheé, P., & Eilders, C. (2013). Beyond the mass media: Fragmentation in non-journalistic online media content on climate change. International Communication Association Annual Conference, June 17 to 21, London.

Porten-Cheé, P., & Eilders, C. (2013). Der Einfluss von nicht-journalistischen Online-Inhalten auf die Artikulationsbereitschaft zum Thema Klimawandel. Erste Befunde einer Mehrmethodenstudie auf Individualdatenniveau. Annual conference of the German Communication Association, May 8 to 10, Mainz. [The Impact of non-journalistic online content on the willingness to speak out. First results of a multi-method study at the individual data level].

Eilders, C., & Porten-Cheé, P. (2012). Public spheres in social media. European Communication Conference of the European Communication Research and Education Association, October 24 to 27, Istanbul.

Porten-Cheé, P., & Eilders, C. (2012). Die Schweigespirale in der Online-Kommunikation. Modell und methodische Konsequenzen. Joint Workshop of the Priority Programme 1505 „Mediatized Worlds“ and the expert group 1381 “Political Communication in the Online World, funded by the German Research Foundation], July 5, Düsseldorf. [The spiral of silence in the online communication. Model and methodological consequences.]

Porten-Cheé, P. (2012). The democratic impact of “imagined communities”: Online political discussion and swing vote at the European Parliament Elections 2004 and 2009 in Germany. International Communication Association Annual Conference, May 24 to 28, Phoenix.

Eilders, C., & Porten-Cheé, P. (2012). The sense of the imaginary others. Theoretical and conceptual considerations on online users’s perception of public opinion. Preconference: “Political Communication in the Online World: Innovation in Theory and Research Designs”. International Communication Association Annual Conference, May 23, Phoenix.

Eilders, C., & Porten-Cheé, P. (2012). Der Einzelne und die Öffentlichkeit. Die Wahrnehmung öffentlicher Meinung in Online-Öffentlichkeiten und ihre Folgen auf die Artikulationsbereitschaft. Annual conference of the German Communication Association, May 16 to 18, Berlin. [The individual and the public. The perception of public opinion in online publics and their consequences for the willingness to speak out]

Porten-Cheé, P. (2011). Binary codes, binary modes? Frame building patterns in the German press coverage about the social digitisation. Conference of the Political Communication Sections of the International Political Science Association and the International Association of Media and Communication Research, November 17 to 18, Lisbon.

Porten-Cheé, P., & Wolling, J. (2011). The effect of elections on the digitisation of political communication. A panel study looking for the role of political interest and cognitive mobilisation. Conference of the Political Communication Section of the European Communication Research and Education Association, October 20 to 21, Madrid.

Porten-Cheé, P. (2010). Lessons learned from Obama? The effect of individual use of party websites on voting in the elections to the European Parliament 2009 in Germany. Internet, Politics, and Policy Conference, September 16 to 17, Oxford.

Zeller, F., Wolling, J., & Porten-Cheé, P. (2010). Framing 0/1. Wie die Medien über die „Digitalisierung der Gesellschaft” berichten. Annual conference of the German Communication Association, May 12 to 14, Ilmenau. [How the media are covering the “digitization of the society”]

Porten-Cheé, P. (2010). Vernetztes Wählen? Zur Wirkung politischer Internetnutzung auf das Wählerverhalten am Beispiel der Europawahl 2009 in Deutschland.6th Panel for Political Communication Düsseldorf, April 8. to 10, Düsseldorf. [Networked elections? On the impact of political Internet use on voting behavior using the example of the European Parliamentary Election in Germany in 2009]

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