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Döring, Nicola;
Computervermittelte Kommunikation. - In: Grundlagen der Informationswissenschaft, (2023), S. 511-523

Der vorliegende Beitrag erklärt, wie computervermittelte Kommunikation definiert ist (Abschnitt 2) und wo sie eingesetzt wird (Abschnitt 3). Anschließend wird der aktuelleForschungsstand umrissen (Abschnitt 4). Der Schwerpunkt des Beitrags liegt auf der Darstellung zentraler Theorien der computervermittelten Kommunikation (Abschnitt 5).



https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110769043-044
Döring, Nicola;
Allerdings! : Bericht über den Fachtag „Sexarbeit in Thüringen“ am 4. Oktober 2022 in Erfurt. - In: Zeitschrift für Sexualforschung, ISSN 1438-9460, Bd. 35 (2022), 4, S. 241-242

https://doi.org/10.1055/a-1960-5526
Döring, Nicola; Mikhailova, Veronika; Brandenburg, Karlheinz; Broll, Wolfgang; Groß, Horst-Michael; Werner, Stephan; Raake, Alexander
Digital media in intergenerational communication: status quo and future scenarios for the grandparent-grandchild relationship. - In: Universal access in the information society, ISSN 1615-5297, Bd. 0 (2022), 0, insges. 16 S.

Communication technologies play an important role in maintaining the grandparent-grandchild (GP-GC) relationship. Based on Media Richness Theory, this study investigates the frequency of use (RQ1) and perceived quality (RQ2) of established media as well as the potential use of selected innovative media (RQ3) in GP-GC relationships with a particular focus on digital media. A cross-sectional online survey and vignette experiment were conducted in February 2021 among N = 286 university students in Germany (mean age 23 years, 57% female) who reported on the direct and mediated communication with their grandparents. In addition to face-to-face interactions, non-digital and digital established media (such as telephone, texting, video conferencing) and innovative digital media, namely augmented reality (AR)-based and social robot-based communication technologies, were covered. Face-to-face and phone communication occurred most frequently in GP-GC relationships: 85% of participants reported them taking place at least a few times per year (RQ1). Non-digital established media were associated with higher perceived communication quality than digital established media (RQ2). Innovative digital media received less favorable quality evaluations than established media. Participants expressed doubts regarding the technology competence of their grandparents, but still met innovative media with high expectations regarding improved communication quality (RQ3). Richer media, such as video conferencing or AR, do not automatically lead to better perceived communication quality, while leaner media, such as letters or text messages, can provide rich communication experiences. More research is needed to fully understand and systematically improve the utility, usability, and joy of use of different digital communication technologies employed in GP-GC relationships.



https://doi.org/10.1007/s10209-022-00957-w
Döring, Nicola;
Evaluationsforschung. - In: Handbuch Methoden der empirischen Sozialforschung, (2022), S. 195-211

Mit „Evaluationsforschung“, „wissenschaftlicher Evaluation“ oder kurz „Evaluation“ ist die Bewertung eines Gegenstandes mit Hilfe sozialwissenschaftlicher Methoden durch Evaluationsfachleute gemeint (Widmer/De Rocchi 2012: 11). Die Evaluationsforschung ist ein boomendes interdisziplinäres Forschungsfeld, in dem sowohl qualitative als auch quantitative Methoden der empirischen Sozialforschung zum Einsatz kommen (Döring 2022). In zahlreichen Bereichen des öffentlichen Lebens werden Evaluationsmaßnahmen inzwischen rechtlich vorgeschrieben.



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Döring, Nicola;
Sexuelle Bildungsangebote in sozialen Medien. - In: Mediendiskurs, ISSN 2751-0379, 26. Jg., Heft 4 (2022) = Ausgabe 102, Seite 44-49

Gelingende Sexualität ist keine Selbstverständlichkeit. Wissen und Handlungskompetenzen sind gefragt, um die eigenen sexuellen Bedürfnisse und Grenzen zu erkennen, ein individuell passendes Sexualleben zu gestalten, mit unvermeidbaren sexuellen Problemen und Konflikten fertigzuwerden und an sexueller Kultur und Sexualpolitik kundig zu partizipieren. Sexuelle Bildungsangebote wollen hierbei unterstützen. In sozialen Medien findet man sie in großer Menge und Vielfalt, allerdings auch in sehr heterogener Qualität.



Döring, Nicola;
Visual gender stereotypes (advertisement, social media). - In: Database of Variables for Content Analysis, ISSN 2673-8597, (2022), S. 1-11

The depiction of gender is the focus of a growing number of content analyses in the fields of both mass media (e.g., Goffman, 1979; Grau & Zotos, 2016; Mitchell & McKinnon, 2019; Sink & Mastro, 2017; Ward & Grower, 2020) and social media (e.g., Baker & Walsh, 2018; Döring, 2019; Döring & Mohseni, 2019; Döring et al., 2016). Typically, the depiction of gender follows traditional gender roles and, hence, does not include at lot of individuality and diversity but sticks to established gender stereotypes (Collins, 2011). Gender steoreotypes are defined as beliefs about how men versus women are (descriptive beliefs) or should be (prescriptive beliefs). Relevant dimensions of gender stereotyping are occupations (e.g., the man as the hero, breadwinner, or executive; the woman as the mother, housewife, or subordinate), sexual and romantic behaviors (e.g., the man seeking sex; the woman seeking love), personality traits (e.g., the man being active, aggressive, rational, and instrumental; the woman being passive, affectionate, emotional, and social), or body types (e.g., the man being tall, muscular and older; the woman being petite, slim, and younger). Gender stereotypes in the media cover different dimensions of traditional masculinity and feminity and are represented textually and/or (audio-)visually. Typically, the occurrence and nature of gender stereotyping in different media is measured and changes over time are of particular interest (e.g., Bhatia & Bhatia, 2020; Maker & Childs, 2003).



https://doi.org/10.34778/5i
Döring, Nicola; Miller, Dan J.
Consent communication (portrayals of sexuality in pornography). - In: Database of Variables for Content Analysis, ISSN 2673-8597, (2022), S. 1-4

Pornography is a fictional media genre that depicts sexual fantasies and explicitly presents naked bodies and sexual activities for the purpose of sexual arousal (Williams, 1989; McKee et al., 2020). Regarding media ethics and media effects, pornography has traditionally been viewed as highly problematic. Pornographic material has been accused of portraying sexuality in unhealthy, morally questionable and often sexist ways, thereby harming performers, audiences, and society at large. In the age of the Internet, pornography has become more diverse, accessible, and widespread than ever (Döring, 2009; Miller et al., 2020). Consequently, the depiction of sexuality in pornography is the focus of a growing number of content analyses of both mass media (e.g., erotic and pornographic novels and movies) and social media (e.g., erotic and pornographic stories, photos and videos shared via online platforms). Typically, pornography’s portrayals of sexuality are examined by measuring the prevalence and frequency of sexual practices or relational dynamics and related gender roles via quantitative content analysis (for research reviews see Carrotte et al., 2020; Miller & McBain, 2022). This entry focuses on the representation of consent communication as one of eight important dimensions of the portrayals of sexuality in pornography.



https://doi.org/10.34778/5s
Döring, Nicola; Miller, Dan J.
Relational context of sex (portrayals of sexuality in pornography). - In: Database of Variables for Content Analysis, ISSN 2673-8597, (2022), S. 1-3

Pornography is a fictional media genre that depicts sexual fantasies and explicitly presents naked bodies and sexual activities for the purpose of sexual arousal (Williams, 1989; McKee et al., 2020). Regarding media ethics and media effects, pornography has traditionally been viewed as highly problematic. Pornographic material has been accused of portraying sexuality in unhealthy, morally questionable and often sexist ways, thereby harming performers, audiences, and society at large. In the age of the Internet, pornography has become more diverse, accessible, and widespread than ever (Döring, 2009; Miller et al., 2020). Consequently, the depiction of sexuality in pornography is the focus of a growing number of content analyses of both mass media (e.g., erotic and pornographic novels and movies) and social media (e.g., erotic and pornographic stories, photos and videos shared via online platforms). Typically, pornography’s portrayals of sexuality are examined by measuring the prevalence and frequency of sexual practices or relational dynamics and related gender roles via quantitative content analysis (for research reviews see Carrotte et al., 2020; Miller & McBain, 2022). This entry focuses on the representation of relational context of sex as one of eight important dimensions of the portrayals of sexuality in pornography.



https://doi.org/10.34778/5r
Döring, Nicola; Miller, Dan J.
Safer sex practices (portrayals of sexuality in pornography). - In: Database of Variables for Content Analysis, ISSN 2673-8597, (2022), S. 1-4

Pornography is a fictional media genre that depicts sexual fantasies and explicitly presents naked bodies and sexual activities for the purpose of sexual arousal (Williams, 1989; McKee et al., 2020). Regarding media ethics and media effects, pornography has traditionally been viewed as highly problematic. Pornographic material has been accused of portraying sexuality in unhealthy, morally questionable and often sexist ways, thereby harming performers, audiences, and society at large. In the age of the Internet, pornography has become more diverse, accessible, and widespread than ever (Döring, 2009; Miller et al., 2020). Consequently, the depiction of sexuality in pornography is the focus of a growing number of content analyses of both mass media (e.g., erotic and pornographic novels and movies) and social media (e.g., erotic and pornographic stories, photos and videos shared via online platforms). Typically, pornography’s portrayals of sexuality are examined by measuring the prevalence and frequency of sexual practices or relational dynamics and related gender roles via quantitative content analysis (for research reviews see Carrotte et al., 2020; Miller & McBain, 2022). This entry focuses on the representation of safer sex practices as one of eight important dimensions of the portrayals of sexuality in pornography.



https://doi.org/10.34778/5q
Döring, Nicola; Miller, Dan J.
Performer bodily appearance (portrayals of sexuality in pornography). - In: Database of Variables for Content Analysis, ISSN 2673-8597, (2022), S. 1-4

Pornography is a fictional media genre that depicts sexual fantasies and explicitly presents naked bodies and sexual activities for the purpose of sexual arousal (Williams, 1989; McKee et al., 2020). Regarding media ethics and media effects, pornography has traditionally been viewed as highly problematic. Pornographic material has been accused of portraying sexuality in unhealthy, morally questionable and often sexist ways, thereby harming performers, audiences, and society at large. In the age of the Internet, pornography has become more diverse, accessible, and widespread than ever (Döring, 2009; Miller et al., 2020). Consequently, the depiction of sexuality in pornography is the focus of a growing number of content analyses of both mass media (e.g., erotic and pornographic novels and movies) and social media (e.g., erotic and pornographic stories, photos and videos shared via online platforms). Typically, pornography’s portrayals of sexuality are examined by measuring the prevalence and frequency of sexual practices or relational dynamics and related gender roles via quantitative content analysis (for research reviews see Carrotte et al., 2020; Miller & McBain, 2022). This entry focuses on the representation of performer bodily appearance as one of eight important dimensions of the portrayals of sexuality in pornography.



https://doi.org/10.34778/5p