Journal articles

Schwarz, A., Sellnow, T., Geppert, J., & Sellnow, D. D. (2024). Protective action as an enduring keystone of risk communication: Effective form, function and process of risk messaging as advocated by global higher education practitioners during a pandemic. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 32(1).

Barreto de Souza Martins, F., Yu, J., & Domahidi, E. (2023). A global health crisis with divided research traditions? A comparative review of Brazilian and international research in communication on the COVID-19 pandemic. Annals of the International Communication Association, 1-18.

Schwarz, A., Alpers, F., Wagner-Olfermann, E., & Diers-Lawson, A. (2023). The Global Study of COVID News: Scope, Findings, and Implications of Quantitative Content Analyses of the COVID-19 News Coverage in the First Two Years of the Pandemic. Health Communication, 1-14.

Xu, Y., Yu, J., & Löffelholz, M. (2022). Portraying the pandemic: Analysis of textual-visual frames in German news coverage of COVID-19 on Twitter. Journalism Practice. 1–21.


Book chapters

Löffelholz, M., Estella, P. & Xu, Y. (2023). COVID-19 as catalyst of global risk society: Institutionalization, de-Westernization and datafication of crisis communication research. In Y. Nobuto (Eds.), The COVID-19 pandemic and risks in East Asia: Media, social reactions and theories (pp. 14-40). Routledge.