Till Keyling's research while affiliated with Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich and other places

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This article provides a review of scientific, peer-reviewed articles that examine the relationship between news sharing and social media in the period from 2004 to 2014. A total of 461 articles were obtained following a literature search in two databases (Communication & Mass Media Complete [CMMC] and ACM), out of which 109 were deemed relevant bas...
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Die Entwicklung der Mediennutzung in Deutschland ist ungebrochen und scheint permanent zuzunehmen (vgl. van Eimeren/Ridder 2011). Betrachtet man die Zunahme differenzierter, dann sind es in erster Linie der audiovisuelle Bereich und Angebote im Internet, deren Nutzung zunimmt. Vor allem Videoplattformen wie YouTube und Social Network Sites (SNS) wi...
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The Internet in general, and social network sites in particular, provide great potential for communicating health issues. Different forms of online social information, such as user comments and likes, might foster the effectiveness of these communication channels. However, it is unclear whether these types of information affect people’s perceptions...

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... However, the validity of self-reports is limited by distortions due to misjudgments, ex-post rationalization, and socially desirable response behaviors (Clay et al., 2013;Scharkow, 2016). Observations may therefore provide more reliable and valid measures than self-reports canespecially in the online context, where digital trace data allow for the automated, unobtrusive, and granular measurement of selection behavior (Keyling & Jünger, 2016;Wieland et al., 2018). At the same time, observations do not usually provide us with information on how the participants actually perceived the media content. ...
... Even though real edit wars occur only rarely (e.g., Sumi et al., 2011), these deliberation and negotiation processes are often accompanied by conflicts in which finally one opinion persists (Weltevrede and Borra, 2016). Considering the important role Wikipedia plays in terms of freely accessible encyclopedic knowledge (Alexa, 2020), the question arises who or which groups of actors control information flows online (Friedrich et al., 2016). ...
... There are several other media characteristics that compete with popularity cues affecting media selection. First and foremost, news factors (Eilders, 2006), such as conflict or unexpectedness and humor (Keyling, Kümpel, & Brosius, 2015), catch the online audience's attention and prevent it from being susceptible to popularity cues' effects. Finally, context matters: People may consider popularity cues regarding opinions on issues depicted in the media, especially if the issues are controversial, as it is particularly important to know the public opinion in such cases. ...
... Shaping this portfolio of usage appeal for social media is the downward trend in appeal towards print news media (Ju et al, 2020;Ventola, 2014). . It is quite expectable that all of United States newspapers with a weekday circulation of more than 100,000 are using social media as an additional means to distribute their content online (Kumpel et al, 2018;Ju et al, 2020 In justifying this study, social media has beneficial uses a well as hazardous effects. These hazards can be a problem to users and health sector related professional. ...
... Social media integration with public health development will help to boost the economic growth into a healthier population (Eichelberger, 2018). Health issues may be well communicated using the Internet in allpurpose and social media (Peter et al., 2014). Based on the social media platform, users make a judgment based on direct social media information against indirect social media information (Peter et al., 2014). ...