Anna Schnauber-Stockmann

Anna Schnauber-Stockmann
Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz | JGU · Department of Communication

PhD

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Introduction
Anna Schnauber-Stockmann currently works at the Department of Communication, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz. Anna does research in Communication and Media.
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August 2010 - present
Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz
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  • Researcher

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Publications (29)
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The pervasive access to media options seriously challenges users’ self-regulatory abilities. One example of deficient self-regulation in the context of media use is procrastination—impulsively ‘giving in’ to available media options despite goal conflicts with more important tasks. This study investigaes procrastinatory media use across 3 types of m...
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Media habits are central constructs in audience research. Yet, little is known about the formation of (media) habits. Based on theoretical elaboration and the results of a longitudinal study on the formation of a mobile media application habit—specifically the smartphone application of the Union of European Football Associations for the European so...
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Two of the most important developmental tasks in adolescence are developing autonomy and establishing relationships (i.e., friendships and romantic relationships). Self-socialization processes are relevant in mastering these developmental tasks. Mobile media are predestined as tools for such self-socialization: Their affordances—universality, priva...
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Mobile devices are deeply embedded in people’s everyday lives. On the one hand, this opens up a new field for media and communication research. On the other hand, the widespread diffusion allows for integrating mobile devices into our methodological toolkit. Researchers across the globe have creatively started to take advantage of these new opportu...
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Using Giddens's structuration theory, this study examines how the routinized use of traditional and new media platforms differently align with the structures of everyday life. We analyzed data from a quantitative diary study in Germany to find that new media platforms specifically affect societal structuration by blurring the lines between obligati...
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Given the high importance of Web use in day-to-day life, understanding and predicting Web browsing behavior are important endeavors for academic as well as commercial research. We propose that routines – behaviors that are performed regularly (activation) and in similar ways (execution) – can be used to describe underlying structures in Web use and...
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Internet-related disorders (IRD) are increasingly becoming a major health issue. IRD are defined as the predominant use of online content, related to a loss of control and continued use despite negative consequences. Despite findings from cross-sectional studies, the causality of pathways accelerating the development of IRD are unclear. While etiol...
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This volume offers a wide range of insights into current media reception and effects research on the topic of ‘sustainability’. The contributions it contains deal with how this topic is communicated and negotiated on (social) media, how various message and context features affect sustainable behaviour, and what role established and ‘new’ actors—suc...
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This volume offers a wide range of insights into current media reception and effects research on the topic of ‘sustainability’. The contributions it contains deal with how this topic is communicated and negotiated on (social) media, how various message and context features affect sustainable behaviour, and what role established and ‘new’ actors—suc...
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Acknowledging that the way mobile communication is used is shaped by socially negotiated social norms, this study examined the factors that impact instant messaging (IM) communication at the person and situation levels using the experience sampling method (ESM). We measured how the characteristics at the person level (i.e., availability and respons...
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Media habits attract growing attention in communication research. Therefore, valid measures of habit strength are needed. The response-frequency measure of media habit (RFMMH) provides an implicit approach. It does not rely on retrospective self-reports of the habitual character of a behavior. Participants are presented with vignettes referring to...
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Gewohnheiten – definiert als automatisch auslösbare Skripte – sind im Alltag wichtige Selektionsdeterminanten und sagen Fernsehnutzungshäufigkeit zuverlässig voraus. Sie sind im Langzeitgedächtnis einer Person abgelegt und zumindest mittelfristig stabil. Ihre Auslösung hingegen ist situationsabhängig – Zuschauer können den Fernseher in einer Situat...
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Bystanders observing a cyberbullying incident do not always intervene in favor of the victim. We argue that gender stereotypic perceptions of female versus male victims contribute to the differential reactions of bystanders to cyberbullying incidents. Results of a scenario-based experiment show that participants with moderate or high levels of sexi...
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Media use in everyday life often is repeated frequently and selection is habit driven, thus executed automatically. Knowledge on whether these characteristics of media selection affect attention in the subsequent reception phase is highly relevant as it captures many everyday usage situations and as attention to media content is one of the central...
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In cultivation research, differentiation is made between first- and second-order cultivation questions. However, their definition and relation remain unclear. This paper proposes a differentiation that focuses on the type of judgment underlying the respective cultivation questions. The former are frequency and probability judgments, while the latte...
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When measuring media habits, most scholars rely on retrospective self-reports about behavioral frequency, context stability, or automaticity of the performance. This article develops a new implicit measurement for media research to complement existing approaches, which focuses on measuring the initiation of general, goal-related habits. In the resp...
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Das Schlüsselwerk „Living with television: The violence profile“ legt den Grundstein für die Kultivierungsforschung und stellt die Idee der Kultivierungsforschung von Gerbner und Kollegen umfassend dar. Die Autoren gehen davon aus, dass sich das Fernsehen auf die Wahrnehmung sozialer Realität seiner Zuschauer auswirkt. Es beeinflusst aufgrund seine...
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People’s perception of reality is essentially based on two different sources: Personal experience and mass media content. This paper contributes to the understanding of how these two sources are related when shaping reality estimations (demographic fact knowledge) and attitudes (victimization fears and mean world attitudes). Drawing on a cultivatio...
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Based on the rationale of dual process models, processing strategies influence the cultivation of first-order beliefs. Dual process models predict two key prerequisites for processing systematically: motivation and ability, which in turn can be influenced by intrinsic as well as extrinsic factors. Yet most research has concentrated on extrinsic fac...
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Mobile devices allow users to keep ubiquitously connected to the internet. Consequently, they change the reception of information by faster access, greater timeliness, and new media usage contexts. At the same time, many traditional media organizations already produce content for mobile websites and apps in line with cross-media strategies. Reflect...
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Abstract Cyberbullying victims' success in coping with bullying largely depends on schoolmates and other bystanders' social support. However, factors influencing the degree of social support have as yet not been investigated. In this article, the concept of victim blaming is applied to cyberbullying incidents. It is assumed that a cyberbullying vic...
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'Um zu untersuchen, was die Teilnahmebereitschaft an telefonischen Interviews beeinflusst, wurden 301 Teilnehmer und 326 Verweigerer einer telefonisch durchgeführten Marktforschungsstudie befragt. Basierend auf den geführten Interviews zeigt sich, dass in erster Linie zwei Faktoren entscheidend für die Teilnahmebereitschaft an telefonischen Umfrage...

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