Thorsten Quandt
Thorsten Quandt
Professor of Communication Studies, U of Münster (WWU)
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Participatory journalism practices in the media and beyond: An international comparative study of initiatives in online newspapers
D Domingo, T Quandt, A Heinonen, S Paulussen, JB Singer, M Vujnovic
Journalism practice 2 (3), 326-342, 2008
Participatory journalism: Guarding open gates at online newspapers
JB Singer, D Domingo, A Heinonen, A Hermida, S Paulussen, T Quandt, ...
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
Problematic computer game use among adolescents, younger and older adults
R Festl, M Scharkow, T Quandt
Addiction 108 (3), 592-599, 2013
Scholars’ open debate paper on the World Health Organization ICD-11 Gaming Disorder proposal
E Aarseth, AM Bean, H Boonen, M Colder Carras, M Coulson, D Das, ...
Journal of behavioral addictions 6 (3), 267-270, 2017
Working towards an international consensus on criteria for assessing Internet gaming disorder: A critical commentary on Petry et al.(2014)
MD Griffiths, AJ Van Rooij, D Kardefelt-Winther, V Starcevic, O Király, ...
Addiction (Abingdon, England) 111 (1), 167, 2016
(No) News on the World Wide Web? A comparative content analysis of online news in Europe and the United States
T Quandt
Journalism Studies 9 (5), 717-738, 2008
Doing it together: Citizen participation in the professional news making process
S Paulussen, A Heinonen, D Domingo, T Quandt
Observatorio (Obs*) 1 (3), 131-154, 2007
Convergence and cross-platform content production
T Quandt, JB Singer
The handbook of journalism studies, 150-164, 2009
Dark participation
T Quandt
Media and communication 6 (4), 36-48, 2018
Social relations and cyberbullying: The influence of individual and structural attributes on victimization and perpetration via the internet
R Festl, T Quandt
Human communication research 39 (1), 101-126, 2013
Journalisten im Netz: Eine Untersuchung journalistischen Handelns in Online-Redaktionen
T Quandt
Springer-Verlag, 2005
A weak scientific basis for gaming disorder: Let us err on the side of caution
AJ Van Rooij, CJ Ferguson, M Colder Carras, D Kardefelt-Winther, J Shi, ...
Journal of behavioral addictions 7 (1), 1-9, 2018
American and German online journalists at the beginning of the 21st century: A bi-national survey
T Quandt, M Löffelholz, DH Weaver, T Hanitzsch, KD Altmeppen
Journalism Studies 7 (2), 171-186, 2006
Exploring the political-economic factors of participatory journalism: Views of online journalists in 10 countries
M Vujnovic, JB Singer, S Paulussen, A Heinonen, Z Reich, T Quandt, ...
Journalism practice 4 (3), 285-296, 2010
Press CRTT to measure aggressive behavior: The unstandardized use of the competitive reaction time task in aggression research.
M Elson, MR Mohseni, J Breuer, M Scharkow, T Quandt
Psychological assessment 26 (2), 419, 2014
To dwell among gamers: Investigating the relationship between social online game use and gaming-related friendships
E Domahidi, R Festl, T Quandt
Computers in human behavior 35, 107-115, 2014
Der mediatisierte Lebenswandel: permanently online, permanently connected [The mediatized lifestyle: permanently online, permanently connected]
P Vorderer, C Klimmt, D Rieger, E Baumann, D Hefner, K Knop, N Krömer, ...
Publizistik 60, 259-276, 2015
Unpopular, overweight, and socially inept: Reconsidering the stereotype of online gamers
R Kowert, R Festl, T Quandt
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 17 (3), 141-146, 2014
News tuning and content management: An observation study of old and new routines in German online newsrooms
T Quandt
Making online news: The ethnography of new media production 1, 77-98, 2008
Beyond the “core-gamer”: Genre preferences and gratifications in computer games
M Scharkow, R Festl, J Vogelgesang, T Quandt
Computers in Human Behavior 44, 293-298, 2015
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