Research Field: Impact of new media technologies on societies and public spheres, Intercultural comparison of modernization processes, Health communication, Digital Humanities
- Impact of new media technologies on societies and public spheres
- Intercultural comparison of modernization processes
- Health communication
- Digital Humanities
Dr. Cornelia Bogen is an associate professor of media and communication studies. She received her PhD from the Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, Germany. In her thesis, she traced back the origins and characteristics of mass mediated communication in early modern Europe. Afterwards, she worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Tsinghua University, Beijing, and as associate professor at Tongji University, Shanghai.
Cornelia Bogen has published books and journal articles about communication structures and the role of emotions in modern Western-European history and about elderly people’s media use in today’s Germany. Her research in China has investigated contemporary transformation processes of doctor-patient-interaction, organizational communication of hospitals, media literacy, and online media activism in China. She is currently conducting a research project with the help of text mining tools to investigate how diseases are represented in different cultural contexts and media systems.