Dr. Eike Mark Rinke
Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

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Rinke, E. M. (2016). The impact of sound‐bite journalism on public argument. Journal of Communication, 66(4), 625-645.
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Wessler, H., Rinke, E.M., & Löb, C. (2016). Should we be Charlie? A deliberative take on religion and secularism in mediated public spheres. Journal of Communication, 66(2), 314-327.
[Abstract] [Volltext]

Rinke, E. M., Willnat, L., & Quandt, T. (2015). The Obama factor: Change and stability in cultural and political anti-Americanism. International Journal of Communication, 9, 2954-2979.
[Abstract] [Volltext]

Wessler, H., & Rinke, E. M. (2014). Deliberative performance of television news in three types of democracy: Insights from the United States, Germany, and Russia. Journal of Communication, 64(5), 827-851.

[Abstract] [Preprint] [Online-Anhang]

Rinke, E. M., Wessler, H., Löb, C., & Weinmann, C. (2013). Deliberative qualities of generic news frames: Assessing the democratic value of strategic game and contestation framing in election campaign coverage. Political Communication, 30(3), 474-494.
[Abstract] [Preprint] [Online-Anhang] [Daten]          

Rinke, E. M. (2012). Teaching the dynamics of framing competitions. Communication Teacher, 26(3), 143-146.
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Rinke, E. M., & Röder, M. (2011). Media ecologies, communication culture, and temporal-spatial unfolding: Three components in a communication model of the Egyptian regime change. International Journal of Communication, 5, 1273-1285.
[Abstract] [Volltext]


Gassen, V., Hofer, L., Rinke, E. M., Stollen, T., & Wolf, C. (Hg.) (2007). Düsseldorfer Forum Politische Kommunikation: Schriftenreihe DFPK (Bd. 2). Münster: LIT.

Rinke, E. M., Schlachter, M. l, Agel, F., Freund, C., Götz, T., Täuber, U., & Wächter, C. (2006). Netzwerk Berlin: Informelle Interpenetration von Politik und Journalismus. München: Meidenbauer.

Hefner, D., Rinke, E. M., & Schneider, F. M. (im Erscheinen). The POPC citizen: Political information in the fourth age of political communication. In D. Hefner, C. Klimmt, L. Reinecke, & P. Vorderer (Hg.), Permanently online, permanently connected. New York, NY: Routledge.

Moy, P., Tewksbury, D., & Rinke, E. M. (2016). Agenda-setting, priming, and framing. In K. B. Jensen & R. T. Craig (Hg), The international encyclopedia of communication theory and philosophy (Bd. 1, S. 52–64). Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.
[Verlag] [Volltext]

Wessler, H., & Rinke, E. M. (2016). Journalismus und Politik. In M. Löffelholz & L. Rothenberger (Hg.), Handbuch Journalismustheorien (3. Aufl., S. 639-653). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
[Verlag] [Volltext]

Rinke, E. M. (2016). Mediated deliberation. In G. Mazzoleni, K. Barnhurst, K. Ikeda, R. Maia, & H. Wessler (Hg.), The international encyclopedia of political communication (Bd. 2, S. 813–826). Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.
[Verlag] [Volltext]

Rinke, E. M., Knobloch, K., Gastil, J., & Carson, L. (2013). Mediated meta-deliberation: Making sense of the Australian Citizens’ Parliament. In L. Carson, J. Gastil, J. Hartz-Karp & R. Lubensky (Hg.), The Australian Citizens’ Parliament and the future of deliberative democracy (S. 260-273). University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press.
[Verlag] [Preprint]

Wessler, H., & Rinke, E. M. (2013). Öffentlichkeit. In S. Mau & N. M. Schöneck (Hg.), Handwörterbuch zur Gesellschaft Deutschlands (3. Aufl., S. 637-650). Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
[Verlag] [Abstract]

Moy, P., & Rinke, E. M. (2012). Attitudinal and behavioral consequences of published opinion polls. In J. Strömbäck & C. Holtz-Bacha (Hg.), Opinion polls and the media: Reflecting and shaping public opinion (S. 225-245). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Rinke, E. M., & Lück, J. (2010). Cognitive style, selectivity, and reinforcement: Toward clarifying the role of political ideology in the reception of political communication. In K. Mok & M. Stahl (Hg.), Politische Kommunikation heute: Beiträge des 5. Düsseldorfer Forums Politische Kommunikation (S. 219-234). Berlin: Frank & Timme.