Michael Brüggemann

Prof. Dr. Michael Brüggemann

Principal Investigator (external funding)

Contact

Universität Hamburg, Center for Earth System Research and Sustainability (CEN)
Room 222
Allende-Platz 1
20146 Hamburg

+49 40 42838 7128
michael.brueggemanndummy@uni-hamburgdummy2.de

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Research interests

Journalism (transformations, social contexts), transnational communication (connectedness of today's media world), environmental and science communication, political communication, research designs (comparative method, integration of qualitative and quantitative approaches)

CliSAP Publications

  • Brüggemann, M., Neverla, I., Hoppe, I., & Walter, S. (2018). Klimawandel in den Medien. In H. von Storch, I. Meinke, & M. Claussen (Eds.), Hamburger Klimabericht – Wissen über Klima, Klimawandel und Auswirkungen in Hamburg (pp. 243-254 ). Springer Spektrum. doi:10.1007_978-3-662-55379-4_12.
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  • Brüggemann, M., De Silva-Schmidt, F., Hoppe, I., Arlt, D., & Schmitt, J. B. (2017). The appeasement effect of a United Nations climate summit on the German public. Nature Climate Change, 7, 783-787. doi:10.1038/nclimate3409.
  • Brüggemann, M. (2017). Traditional and shifting roles of science journalists and environmental reporters covering climate change. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science. doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780190228620.013.354.
  • Brüggemann, M., & Engesser, S. (2017). Beyond False Balance: How Interpretive Journalism Shapes Media Coverage of Climate Change. Global Environmental Change, 42, 58-67. doi:10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2016.11.004.
  • Walter, S., De Silva-Schmidt, F., & Brüggemann, M. (in press). From “Knowledge Brokers” to Opinion Makers: How Physical Presence Affected Scientists’ Twitter Use During the COP21 Climate Change Conference. International Journal of Communication.
  • Walter, S., & Brüggemann, M. (in press). Echo chambers of denial: Explaining user comments on climate change. Environmental Communication.
  • Arlt, D., Schmitt, J., Hoppe, I., De-Silva, F., & Brüggemann, M. (in press). Climate Engagement in a Digital Age: Exploring the Drivers of Participation in Climate Discourse Online in the Context of COP21. Environmental Communication.
  • Brüggemann, M. (2017). Post-normal journalism: Climate journalism and its changing contribution to an unsustainable debate. In P. Berglez, U. Olausson, & M. Ots (Eds.), What is sustainable journalism? Integrating the environmental, social, and economic challenges of journalism. New York: Peter Lang.
  • Brüggemann, M. (2017). Die Medien und die Klimalüge. Falsche Skepsis und echte Leugnung. In V. Lilienthal, & I. Neverla (Eds.), Lügenpresse. Anatomie eines Politischen Kampfbegriffs (pp. 137-160). Köln: KiWi.
  • Engesser, S., & Brüggemann, M. (2016). Mapping the minds of the mediators: The cognitive frames of climate journalists from five countries. Public Understanding of Science, 25, 825-841. doi:10.1177/0963662515583621.
  • Hoppe, I., Arlt, D., Brüggemann, M., Schmidt, J., & Schmitt, F. (2016). The audience is present but the curtain remains closed – Media reception during an international climate event (COP-21). Talk presented at 6th European Communication Conference (ECREA 2016). Prague.
  • Schmidt, F., Brüggemann, M., Hoppe, I., Arlt, D., & Schmitt, F. (2016). Interpersonal communication about climate change: From weather forecast to climate conference. Talk presented at 6th European Communication Conference (ECREA 2016). Prague.
  • Baehr, J., Behrens, J., Brüggemann, M., Frisius, T., Gleßmer, M., Hartmann, J., Hense, I., Kaleschke, L., Kutzbach, L., Rödder, S., & Scheffran, J. (2016). Teaching Scales in the Climate System: An example off interdisciplinary teaching and learning. Poster presented at European Geosciences Union General Assembly, Wien.
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  • Schmitt, J. B., Arlt, D., Hoppe, I., Schmidt, F., & Brüggemann, M. (2015). UN-Klimakonferenz 2015 – Wissen, Einstellungen und Zweifel der Deutschen zum Thema Klimapolitik. CLiSAP Working Paper.
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