Stefanie Holtrup (M.A.)

Responsibilities

Stefanie Holtrup is a scientific assistant at IJ. She studied Public Communication and is a PhD student at IJ now.

Fields of Research

  •  Privacy and public in Social Media
  •  Processes in media reception and media impact
  • journalism studies
  • credibility of news

Background

  • Since 08/2018: scientific assistant at the Institute of Journalism
  • 04-07/2018: Executive Manager Social Advertising for Performics-Newcast GmbH
  • 03/2018: M. A. Public Communication at Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena
  • 02/2016-02/2018: student assistant at the Institute of Communication Science (Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena)
  • 04/2013-12/2017: student assistant at the Institute of Psychology (Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena)
  • 09/2015: B. A. Communication Science and Psychology at Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena

Publications

  • Zillich, A. F., Holtrup, S., Limmer, K., & Möbius, S. (2019). Victim Blaming bei Cyberbullying. Der Einfluss der Privatsphäreeinstellung auf die Opferschuldzuschreibung [Victim blaming in cyberbullying. The effects of privacy settings on victim blaming]. Studies in Communication and Media, 8(1), 115–134. Doi: 10.5771/2192-4007-2019-1-115.

Presentations

  • Holtrup, S., Henke, J. & Möhring, W. (2021). Je kompetenter desto kritischer? Zum Einfluss von Nachrichtenkompetenz auf Wahrnehmung und Bewertung von Fehlern in Nachrichten [The more competent, the more critical? On the influence of news media literacy on perception and evaluation of errors in news]. Presentation at the joint autumn conference of the section media education of DGfE and DGPuK, 16.-17.09.2021, Leipzig.
  • Henke, J., Holtrup, S. & Möhring, W. (2021). Innovationspotential in der Statistikausbildung für Journalist*innen [Potential for innovation in statistics training for journalists]. Presentation at the annual conference of journalism research group of DGPuK, 15.-17.09-2021, Munich.
  • Holtrup, S., Henke, J. & Möhring, W. (2021). Forgiving the News: The Effects of Error Corrections on News Users’ Acceptance And the Influence of User Characteristics and Perceptions. Presentation at the 71th virtual annual ICA conference, 27.-31.05.2021.
  • Holtrup, S., Henke, J. & Möhring, W. (2020). Fehler in der (daten-)journalistischen Berichterstattung: Theoretische Grundlagen und empirische Korrelate der Fehlertoleranz [errors in (data) journalistic reporting: theoretical foundations and empirical correlates of fault tolerance]. Presentation at SciCAR conference, 02.-03.11.2020, Dortmund.
  • Henke, J., Holtrup, S. & Möhring, W. (2020). Wie wertet das Publikum journalistische Fehler? Der Einfluss von Medienfeindlichkeit und Verschwörungstheorien auf die Fehlertoleranz [How does the audience rate mistakes in journalism? The influence of media hostility and conspiracy mentality on the fault tolerance]. Presentation at the virtual annual DGPuK conference of the section journalism/ journalism research, 23.-25.09.2020, Hamburg.
  • Holtrup, S. (2020). Glaubwürdigkeit und Transparenz in Produktempfehlungen und Nachrichten – aktuelle empirische Befunde [Credibility and Transparency in Product Endorsements and News - current empirical findings]. Presentation at Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena, 04.02.2020, Jena.
  • Holtrup, S. & Meitz, T. G. K. (2019). Product Endorsement and Credibility in Social Media. Presentation at the 69th annual ICA conference, 24.-28.05.2019, Washington, D.C.
  • Zillich, A. F., Holtrup, S., Lisica, I., Limmer, K. & Möbius, S. (2018). Victim Blaming in Social Networking Sites. Zum Einfluss von Opfer- und Bystandermerkmalen auf die Opferschuldzuschreibung bei Cyberbullying. Presentation at the annual DGPuK conference, 09.-11.5.2018, Mannheim.