PROFESSUR I: PROF. DR. FRANK MARCINKOWSKI

Kimon Kieslich M. A.

Kimon Kieslich M. A.

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Kimon Kieslich, M.A.

Kimon Kieslich, M.A., born 1993, studied Communication Studies at the University of Münster. From 2013 to 2018, he worked as a research assistant and supervised the Gamelab in the division “Online-Communication” under the direction of Prof. Dr. Quandt. Since 2018, he is research assistant in the division “Communication and Media Studies I” at the Department of Social Sciences at the Heinrich Heine University, Düsseldorf.

Publications

Diesel-Lange, K., Makova, E. & Kieslich, K. (2019). Bildung über Berufe mit Serious Games? Potenziale zur Förderung gendersensibler Berufsorientierung aus der Persepektive angehender Lehrpersonen. In F. Gramlinger, C. Iller, A. Ostendorf, K. Schmid, & G. Tafner (eds.), Bildung = Berufsbildung?! Beiträge zur 6. Berufsbildungsforschungskonferenz (BBFK) (p. 353-366). Bielefeld: wbv.

Kieslich, K. (2019). Digitalization vs. Robotization Framing Effects on Fear in Context of the Digitalization of Work. Précis for the Düsseldorf Institute for Internet and Democracy (DIID).

Marcinkowski, F., Bennett, M., Best, J., Boehn, J., Brinkschulte, F., Brügger, R., Fechner, D., Groß, T., Kieslich, K., Mallek, S., Neumann, E., & Tielsch, K. (2017). Die Quellen der Angst: Populistische Kommunikation und journalistische Berichterstattung im Vergleich. Forschungsreport 1/2017 des Arbeitsbereichs Kommunikation – Medien – Gesellschaft [The Sources of Fear: Populist Communication and Journalistic Reporting in Comparison. Research report 1/2017 of the Department Communication - Media - Society]. Münster: Institut für Kommunikationswissenschaft, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität.

Presentations

Reer, F., Kieslich, K., Tang, W.Y., Frischlich, L., & Quandt, T. (2019, November). My happy virtual me? The influence of interactivity and VR-technology on mood repair. Presentation at ECREAs Digital Games Research Section Symposium in Rotterdam, The Netherlands (07.-08.11.2019).

Kieslich, K. & Marcinkowski, F. (2019, September). Involuntary Media Populism – How German Mainstream Media Inadvertently Facilitate Populist Movements by Evoking Fear and Anger. Presentation at the Annual General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) in Wroclaw, Poland (04-07.09.2019).

Kieslich, K. & Marcinkowski, F., & Starke, C. (2019, September). Do not Trust the Elite! – Correlates Among Populist Attitudes and Trust in Politics and Media in Four Western-European Countries. Presentation at the Annual General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) in Wroclaw, Poland (04-07.09.2019).

Hase, V., Kieslich, K., & Engelke, K., & Zeng, J. (2019, July). The Best of Two Worlds? Combining Automated and Manual Content Analysis to Assess Media Coverage. Poster presentation at the International Conference for Computational Social Science in Amsterdam, The Netherlands (17.-20.07.2019).

Hase, V., Kieslich, K., & Engelke, K. (2019, May). The Things We Fear – Using Automated Content Analysis to Uncover How UK and US Media Construct Fear over Time (1990-2017). Paper to be presented in the Journalism Studies Division at the 69th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA) Washington, DC., USA (24.-28.05.2019).

Hase, V., Engelke, K., & Kieslich, K. (2019, May). Angst vor Terror, Klimawandel & Arbeitslosigkeit? Eine automatisierte Inhaltsanalyse von Themen und Trends im Kontext von Angst in den Medien [Fear of Terror, Climate Change & Unemployment? An Automated Content Analysis of Topics and Trends in the Context of Fear in the Media]. Submitted at the 64th Annual Conference of the DGPuK in Münster, Germany (09.-11.05.2019).

Tang, W.Y., Reer, F., Kieslich, K., Quandt, T., Liebold, B., Pietschmann, D., Tauchmann, N., & Ohler, P. (2018, October). Trigger-happy on the holodeck: Do embodied acts of violence increase aggression? Presentation at the ECREA‘s 7th European Communication Conference (ECC) in Lugano, Switzerland (31.10.2018-03.11.2018).

Liebold, B., Pietschmann, D., Tauchmann, N., Ohler, P., Reer, F., Kieslich, K., Tang W.Y., & Quandt, T. (2018, September). Gewalt in Virtual Reality: Der Einfluss verkörperter virtueller Gewaltakte auf Aggression [Violence in Virtual Reality: The Influence of Incorporated Virtual Acts of Violence on Aggression]. Presentation at the 51st Congress of the DGP in Frankfurt, Germany (15.-20.09.2018).

Driesel-Lange, K., Makarova, E., & Kieslich, K. (2018, July). Bildung über Berufe mit Serious Games? Potentiale zur Förderung gendersensibler Berufsorientierung aus der Perspektive von angehenden Lehrpersonen [Education About Professions with Serious Games? Potential for Promoting Gender-Sensitive Vocational Orientation from the Perspective of Prospective Teachers]. Presentation at the BBFK Conference in Steyr, Austria (05-06.07.2018).

Kieslich, K., Brinkschulte, F., Bennett, M., Groß, T., & Tielsch, K. (2017, November). Refugees Welcome? Media Coverage, Political Communication and the Creation of Fear. Presentation at the ECREA Interim Conference of the Section Political Communication in Zurich, Switzerland (22.-23.11.2017).

Breuer, J., Bowman, N.D., Kieslich, K., Elson, M., Kowert, R., Kneer, J., Quandt, T., Lange, A. & Lange, R. (2016, June): Grand Theft Morals: The role of cultural differences and moral views for the evaluation of violent and sexual content in video games. Presentation at the pre-conference of the 66th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA) of Interest Group Game Studies in Tokyo, Japan (08.06.2016).

Kieslich, K., Vogelgesang, J., & Quandt, T. (2015, December): Cortisol Response to First-Person-Shooters in Male Players. Presentation at the winter workshop of the ECREA Section Digital Games research in Ghent, Belgium (11.-12.12.2015).

Bowman, N. D., Kowert, R., Breuer, J., Elson, M., Kieslich, K., Kneer, J., Quandt, T., Lange, A., & Lange, R. (2015, November). “It’s too dirty for me, so it’s too dirty for the kids”: A cross-comparison of German and US gamers’ differential reactions to an explicitly sexual or violent video game. Presentation at the 101st National Communication Association (NCA) Conference in Las Vegas, NV, USA (19.-22.11.2015).

Breuer, J., Elson, M., Kieslich, K., Bowman, N., Kowert, R., Quandt, T., Lange, A., & Lange, R. (2015, September). Moral Kombat – Moral foundations and the evaluation of violent and sexual content in video games. Presentation at the 9th Conference of the Media Psychology Division in Tübingen, Germany (09.-11.09.2015).