Prof. Michał Głowacki
University of Warsaw, Poland
Prof. Michał Głowacki researches and teaches at the University of Warsaw, Poland. He has been involved in several European research projects and scholarships granted by the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation, the Swedish Institute, the Research Council of Norway and the Polish-American Fulbright Commission. His research interests are media policy, public service media, media clusters and innovation culture.
Prof. Agnieszka Stępińska
Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland
Agnieszka Stępińska is a professor at the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland. Her main areas of research are political communication and journalism studies. She participated in several international research projects, including the COST ACTION IS1308 Populist Political Communication in Europe. Comprehending the Challenge of Mediated Political Populism for Democratic Politics (2014-2018). She is a member of Executive Committee of the international project Journalistic Role Performance.
Dr. Kinga Adamczewska
Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland
Paper Submissions, Editorial Communications (Quality, Network)
Kinga Adamczewska is a researcher at the Faculty of Political Science and Journalism at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland. She has been involved in both Polish research projects funded by National Science Centre and international projects such as Journalistic Role Performance. Her main areas of research are political communication, social network analysis and journalism studies.
Dr. Jacek Mikucki
University of Warsaw, Poland
Digital Communication (Quality, Network)
Jacek Mikucki teaches at the University of Warsaw, Poland. He has been involved in several projects on media and communication in smart cities. His research interests include new forms of media, local communication, electronic media and audiovisual arts. He gained professional experience and practical skills working in editorial offices, marketing, public relations and internal communication departments.
Dr. Róża Norström
University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland
Paper Submissions (Quality, Network)
Dr. Róża Norström researches and teaches at the University of Silesia in Katowice, Poland. She has been involved in several research projects granted among others by the Swedish Civil Contingency Agency and the Foundation for Baltic and East European Studies. Her research interests are political communication, international relations and conflict reporting.
University of Warsaw, Poland
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Dagmara Sidyk is a PhD student at the University of Warsaw. She is a graduate of law, as well as journalism and media studies. Her main research areas are media law and policy, along with media monitoring. She was involved in several both Polish and international research projects, including the ERC Starting Grant Europeans Exposed to dissimilar views in the media: Investigating backfire effects.
Prof. Agnieszka Węglińska
University of Lower Silesia in Wrocław, Poland
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Agnieszka Węglińska is a professor at the University of Lower Silesia in Wrocław, Poland. Her research concentrates on public service media, new media and the transformation of media systems in Europe. She has written and published on media policies and social issues affecting public service media. She is a member of the European Media Management Association and the Polish Communication Association.
Associate Editors 2023-2025
Dren Gërguri is a researcher and lecturer at the University of Prishtina "Hasan Prishtina", Kosovo. His academic work focuses on disinformation, journalism, social media, and political communication.
Catherine Johnson is a professor at the University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom. Her research areas are screen media industries and television studies, and she works closely with industry and policy stakeholders.
Kristina Juraitė is a professor at the Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania. Her research interests include the digital public sphere, communication ethics, media and information literacy, cultural participation, and visual culture.
Marcus Kreutler is a researcher at the Erich Brost Institute for International Journalism at TU Dortmund University, Germany. His research interests include foreign coverage, international and transnational communication.
Päivi Maijanen-Kyläheiko is an associate professor at LUT University, Finland. Her research focuses on change management and organisational renewal of media organisations, media responsibilities and sustainable business models.
Marco Mazzoni is an associate professor at the University of Perugia, Italy. His research interests are media policy, popularisation of politics, public relations, and journalism.
Dariya Orlova is a media researcher and senior lecturer at the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine. Her research interests are media and journalism transformation in Ukraine, journalists’ professional identity, and current trends in media.
Gabriella Szabó is a senior research fellow at the Centre for Social Sciences in Budapest, Hungary. She researches media group divisions alongside constructions of inclusions and exclusions in digital political communications.
Dina Vozab is an assistant professor at the University of Zagreb, Croatia. Her research focuses on media and democracy, political communication, media systems, media in post-socialist Europe, and media audiences.
Bissera Zankova is the president of the Sofia-based "Media 21” Foundation, an independent researcher and consultant. Her interests are human rights, media regulation and policy, media governance and new media.
Associate Editors 2019-2022
Svetlana Bodrunova is a professor at the School of Journalism and Mass Communications, St. Petersburg State University, Russia. Her research interests are Russian and European journalism, media-political relations, social media and ethnicity in communications.
Márton Demeter is an associate professor at the National University of Public Service in Budapest, Hungary. Márton researches on global academic inequalities, transnational knowledge production and the uneven accumulation of global symbolic and academic capital.
Nicoleta Corbu is a professor at the College of Communication and Public Relations, National University of Political Studies and Public Administration, Bucharest, Romania. She is interested in media effects, political communication and education policies.
Karen Donders is a professor at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel; she heads the Media & Society programme within the Center for Studies on Media Innovation and Technology (SMIT). Karen’s areas of interests are public service media, European media policy, platform policies and media economics.
Tobias Eberwein is a professor at the Austrian Academy of Sciences / Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt, Austria. Tobias researches and teaches on media ethics and media
accountability, media structures and governance, media innovations and change, and
Paulo Faustino is a professor at the University of Porto, Portugal. His academic interests and research are focused on media and creative industries, media marketing, management, entrepreneurship, economics and public policies.
Aleksandra Krstić is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Political Science, University of Belgrade, Serbia. Her academic interest are media ethics, future of journalism, media democratization, visual representations and the visual metaphors.
Ulrike Rohn is a professor at the Baltic, Film, Media, Arts and Communication School and the Centre of Excellence in Media Innovation and Digital Culture, Tallinn University, Estonia. Her work relates to media innovation, digital culture and audiovisual media policies.
Anda Rožukalne is a professor at the Department of Communication, Journalism and Multimedia Studies, Rīga Stradiņš University, Latvia. Anda’s areas of expertise are media management, media ownership and journalism studies.
Martin Solík is a professor at the University of SS. Cyril and Methodius in Trnava, Slovakia. Martin’s academic work focus is on social recognition, media portrayals of marginalized social groups, and the influence of new communication technologies on human cognitive processes.
CEJC Scientific Network is composed of researchers from 24 countries
- Janusz Adamowski, University of Warsaw, Poland
- Aukse Balčytiene, Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas, Lithuania
- David Burns, Salisbury University, USA
- Maria José Canel, Complutense University in Madrid, Spain
- Jane Curry, Santa Clara University, USA
- Ainars Dimants, Turiba University in Riga, Latvia
- Bogusława Dobek-Ostrowska, University of Wrocław, Poland
- Michał Drożdż, Pontifical University of John Paul II in Cracow, Poland
- Susanne Fengler, Erich Brost Institute for Journalism in Dortmund, Germany
- Ignacy S. Fiut, University of Science and Technology in Cracow, Poland
- Janina Fras, University of Wrocław, Poland
- Tomasz Goban-Klas, Jagiellonian University, Poland
- Peter Gross, University of Tennessee Knoxville, USA
- Daniel C. Hallin, University of California San Diego, USA
- Iwona Hofman, Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Poland
- Barbara Jacennik, University of Finance and Management in Warsaw, Poland
- Stanisław Jędrzejewski, The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland
- Jan Jirak, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
- Matthias Karmasin, University of Klagenfurt, Austria
- Barbara Köpplová, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic
- Tadeusz Kowalski, University of Warsaw, Poland
- Epp Lauk, Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas, Lithuania
- Małgorzata Lisowska-Magdziarz, Jagiellonian University, Poland
- Anker Brink Lund, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
- Philippe J. Maarek, Université Paris Est UPEC, France
- Paolo Mancini, University of Perugia, Italy
- Irmina Matonyte, European Humanities University in Vilnius, Lithuania
- Gianpietro Mazzoleni, University of Milan, Italy
- Norbert Merkovity, University of Szeged, Hungary
- Stanisław Michalczyk, Silesian University, Poland
- Bożena Mierzejewska, Fordham University, USA
- Natalia Milewski, University of Bucharest, Romania
- Graham Murdock, Loughborough University, United Kingdom
- Lars Nord, Mid Sweden University, Sweden
- Gunnar Nygren, Sodertorn University, Sweden
- Beata Ociepka, University of Wrocław, Poland
- Jerzy Olędzki, University of Warsaw, Poland
- Svetlana Pasti, University of Tampere, Finland
- Wanda Patrzałek, University of Wrocław, Poland
- Yoram Peri, University of Maryland, College Park, USA
- Zrinjka Perusko, University of Zagreb, Croatia
- Barbara Pfetsch, Free University of Berlin, Germany
- Dorota Piontek, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland
- Mario Plenković, University of Zagreb, Croatia
- Katarzyna Pokorna-Ignatowicz, Andrzej Frycz Modrzewski Cracow University College, Poland
- Miroljub Radojković, University of Belgrade, Serbia
- Lilia Raycheva, Sofia University St. Kliment Okhridski, Bulgaria
- Andrey Rikhter, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
- Raquel Rodriguez, University of Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid, Spain
- Stephan Russ-Mohl, Universita della Svizzera italiana, Switzerland
- Teresa Sasińska-Klas, Jagiellonian University, Poland
- Andrej Školkay, School of Communication and Media in Bratislava, Slovakia
- Wojciech Skrzydlewski, University of Lower Silesia in Wrocław, Poland
- Gerald Sussman, Portland State University, USA
- Ilija Tomanić Trivundža, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
- Jaromir Volek, Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic
- Katrin Voltmer, University of Leeds, United Kingdom
- Claes H. de Vreese, Amsterdam School of Communication Research ASCoR, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Wayne Wanta, Missouri University, USA
- Dominic Wring, Loughborough University, United Kingdom
- Rocio Zamora, University of Murcia, Spain