Jakob Ohme
Jakob Ohme
Senior Researcher, Weizenbaum Institute for the Networked Society, FU Berlin
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Updating citizenship? The effects of digital media use on citizenship understanding and political participation
J Ohme
Information, Communication & Society 22 (13), 1903-1928, 2019
When digital natives enter the electorate: Political social media use among first-time voters and its effects on campaign participation
J Ohme
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 16 (2), 119-136, 2019
Exposure research going mobile: A smartphone-based measurement of media exposure to political information in a convergent media environment
J Ohme, E Albaek, C H. de Vreese
Communication Methods and Measures 10 (2-3), 135-148, 2016
Mobile data donations: Assessing self-report accuracy and sample biases with the iOS Screen Time function
J Ohme, T Araujo, CH de Vreese, JT Piotrowski
Mobile Media & Communication 9 (2), 293-313, 2021
Staying Informed and Bridging “Social Distance”: Smartphone News Use and Mobile Messaging Behaviors of Flemish Adults during the First Weeks of the COVID-19 Pandemic
J Ohme, MMP Vanden Abeele, K Van Gaeveren, W Durnez, L De Marez
Socius 6, 2378023120950190, 2020
The uncertain first-time voter: Effects of political media exposure on young citizens’ formation of vote choice in a digital media environment
J Ohme, CH de Vreese, E Albaek
New Media & Society 20 (9), 3243-3265, 2018
The acceptance of mobile government from a citizens’ perspective: Identifying perceived risks and perceived benefits
J Ohme
Mobile Media & Communication 2 (3), 298-317, 2014
Mobile but Not Mobilized? Differential Gains from Mobile News Consumption for Citizens’ Political Knowledge and Campaign Participation
J Ohme
Digital Journalism 8 (1), 103-125, 2020
Generational Gaps in Political Media Use and Civic Engagement: From Baby Boomers to Generation Z
K Andersen, J Ohme, C Bjarn°e, MJ Bordacconi, E AlbŠk, CH De Vreese
Taylor & Francis, 2021
From theory to practice: how to apply van Deth’s conceptual map in empirical political participation research
J Ohme, CH de Vreese, E AlbŠk
Acta Politica 53 (3), 367-390, 2018
Following politicians on social media: Effects for political information, peer communication, and youth engagement
F Marquart, J Ohme, J M÷ller
Media and Communication 8 (2), 197-207, 2020
Algorithmic social media use and its relationship to attitude reinforcement and issue-specific political participation–The case of the 2015 European immigration movements
J Ohme
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 18 (1), 36-54, 2021
School lessons, social media and political events in a get-out-the-vote campaign: successful drivers of political engagement among youth?
J Ohme, F Marquart, LM Kristensen
Journal of Youth Studies 23 (7), 886-908, 2020
What Affects First-and Second-Level Selective Exposure to Journalistic News? A Social Media Online Experiment
J Ohme, C Mothes
Journalism Studies 21 (9), 1220-1242, 2020
Partisan selective exposure in times of political and technological upheaval: A social media field experiment
C Mothes, J Ohme
Media and Communication 7 (3), 42-53, 2019
Traditional and “New Media” Forms and Political Socialization
J Ohme, C de Vreese
The International Encyclopedia of Media Psychology, 1-9, 2020
Pathways to environmental activism in four countries: social media, environmental concern, and political efficacy
S Boulianne, J Ohme
Journal of Youth Studies, 1-22, 2021
OSD2F: An Open-Source Data Donation Framework
T Araujo, J Ausloos, W van Atteveldt, F Loecherbach, J Moeller, J Ohme, ...
SocArXiv, 2021
Attenuating the crisis: the relationship between media use, prosocial political participation, and holding misinformation beliefs during the COVID-19 pandemic
J Ohme, M Hameleers, A Brosius, T Van der Meer
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 31 (sup1), 285-298, 2021
Mobile News Learning—Investigating Political Knowledge Gains in a Social Media Newsfeed with Mobile Eye Tracking
J Ohme, E Maslowska, C Mothes
Political Communication, 1-19, 2021
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