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Antje Glueck

T:
01642 3401642 738479
Job title:
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Journalism & Digital Communication
E:
a.glueck@tees.ac.uk
School/department:
School of Computing, Media & the Arts
 
 
Research:
Computing, Media & the Arts research
 
 
ORCID:
0000-0003-2228-8730

About Antje Glueck

Antje Glueck

Antje Glueck
Lecturer/Senior Lecturer in Journalism & Digital Communication, School of Computing, Media & the Arts
T: 01642 3401642 738479
E: a.glueck@tees.ac.uk
Research: Computing, Media & the Arts research

Dr. Antje Glück is a lecturer in journalism at Teesside University. She holds a PhD from the University of Leeds and a double MA in Journalism and Arabic Studies from the University of Leipzig in Germany. Her studies led her to spend time abroad in Egypt, Spain and France. Parallel, she was working as a freelance journalist since 1998 for various print, radio and television media in Germany, France, Egypt and India.

Dr. Glück has worked in various comparative research projects about media representations of terrorism at the University of Leipzig and Free University Berlin. She was also part of the International Center for Violence Research in Bielefeld (Germany) and contributed to the cross-national project Media, Conflict and Democratization (MeCoDEM) based at the University of Leeds.

In her recently finished PhD thesis she examined the role of emotions in journalistic work practices and deontology in India and the United Kingdom. 

Research interests

Journalism
Television
Comparative Media Studies
De-Westernization
Emotions
Political Communication
Representation of minority groups (focus: Islam)

Research projects & external funding

Diversity in Public Relations, University of Leeds - Research Assistant (2017)

MeCoDEM– Media, Conflict and DemocratisatioMedia, Conflict and Democratisation, , University of Leeds - Research Assistant (2014-2017)

Violence Research in Egypt, University of Bielefeld (Germany) - Junior Researcher (2011-2012)

Terrorism and Emotions in the Media, Free University Berlin (Germany) - Junior Researcher (2008-2010)

 

Funding and Scholarships:

ICS Full PhD Scholarship, University of Leeds, 2012-2015

ECREA Summer School 2014 in Bremen, Germany

TASI Summer School 2015 in Frankfurt/Oder, Germany

Learning and teaching interests

Global Communication, Global Journalism, News Cultures, Current Issues and Debates, Broadcasting Journalism, Communication Theories

Enterprise interests

Freelance journalist for various news media

Publications

Peer-reviewed publications           

Glück, Antje (in press): ‘Do Emotions Fit the Frame? A Critical Appraisal of Visual Framing Research Approaches’. In: Jomec.

Glück, Antje(2016): ‘What makes a good journalist? Empathy as a resource in journalistic work practice.Journalism Studies, 1-11.

Glück, Antje(2016): ‘De-Westernisation’.Working Papers MeCoDEM

 

Books         

Gerhards, Jürgen et. al. (2011): ‘Terrorismus im Fernsehen. Formate, Inhalte und Emotionen in westlichen und arabischen Sendern’. Unter Mitarbeit von Antje Glück. VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.

Glück, Antje(2007): ‘Terror im Kopf. Terrorismusberichterstattung in der deutschen und arabischen Elitepresse’. Berlin: Frank & Timme.

 

Books Chapters       

Glück, Antje(2009): ‘Risiko für alle – jeder für sich? Die Formierung einer Weltöffentlichkeit im Angesicht des Terrorismus’. In: Rodoniklis, Wasilios/Zander, Daniel (Hrsg.): Düsseldorfer Forum Politische Kommunikation. Schriftenreihe DFPK; Bd. 4. Düsseldorf: Düsseldorf University Press, S. 207-232.

  

Selected conference presentations/papers  

13 Feb 2016: Emotionen in der politischen Kommunikation „Objektive Emotionen? Reflexion und Gebrauch von Emotionen im britischen und indischen Nachrichtenjournalismus“ (Objective Emotions? Reflexion and deployment of emotions in British and Indian news journalism, in German]. Jahrestagung der Fachgruppe „Kommunikation und Politik“ der DGPuK, des Arbeitskreises „Politik und Kommunikation“ der DVPW und der Fachgruppe „Politische Kommunikation“ der SGKM von 11. bis 13. Februar 2016 in Munich (Germany)

17 Sep 2015: Visual Methods Conference IV “Investigating Emotions in Television News Journalism. Challenges of a methodological framework”, Brighton (UK)

11 Sep 2015: Future of Journalism 2015 “EQ2 – Journalistic sense-making about emotions and empathy in news work”, Cardiff (UK)

26 Aug 2015: ESA 2015“Just empathy and EQ? How journalists manage emotions in their work. (Very) Preliminary findings from India and the UK”, 12th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Prague (Czech Republic)

14 Nov 2014: ECREA 2014 “Emotions Frames in News Journalism – A sustainable concept for Visual Framing Research?”, Lisboa (Portugal)

27 Jun 2014: British Culture after 9/11 “What Islam in the BBC? A case study of the BBC flagship News@10”, Darlington (UK)

5 Jun 2014: London School of Economics Media and Communication PhD Symposium 2014, London; and 23 Jun 2014: MECCSA Postgraduate Conference 2014, Leeds (UK): Feelings without borders. Theoretical concepts about the deployment of emotions in news journalism in the UK and India. 

11-13 Feb 2010: Polkomm 2010: Gerhards, Jürgen, Mike S. Schäfer, Antje Glück & Ishtar Al-Jabiri: „Fernsehberichterstattung über Terrorismus zwischen nationalen Spezifika und globaler Standardisierung“ [Television news coverage about television between national specifica and global standardization, in German]. Gemeinsame Jahrestagung der DGPuK-Fachgruppe “Kommunikation und Politik” und des DVPW-Arbeitskreises “Politik und Kommunikation”, Mannheim (Germany)

16-18 Oct 2008: DGPuK-Fachgruppentagung„Methoden der visuellen Kommunikations- und Medienforschung“, Braunschweig

 06-08 Apr 2008 DFPK-Konferenz, Düsseldorf: „Terrorismus als globales Krisenereignis und transnationale Öffentlichkeiten“ [Terrorism as a global crisis event and transnational public spheres, in German], Düsseldorf (Germany)

 28 Feb 2008 University Jamia Millia Islamiya: „Global terror, local discourse“, New Delhi (India)