Background and activities

Selected Publications:

Journal articles:

Geiß, S. & Schäfer, S. (2017). Any Publicity or Good Publicity? A Competitive Test of Visibility- and Tonality-Based Media Effects on Voting Behavior. Political Communication. doi:10.1080/10584609.2016.1271068

Geiß, S., Weber, M., & Quiring, O. (2016). Frame Competition After Key Events: A Longitudinal Study of Media Framing of Economic Policy After the Lehman Brothers Bankruptcy 2008–2009. International Journal of Public Opinion Research. doi:10.1093/ijpor/edw001

Geiß, S., Leidecker, M., & Roessing, T. (2015). The interplay between media-for-monitoring and media-for-searching: How news media trigger searches and edits in Wikipedia. New Media & Society, 18(11), 2740–2759. doi:10.1177/1461444815600281

Geiß, S., Jackob, N., & Quiring, O. (2013). The impact of communicating digital technologies: How information and communication technology journalists conceptualize their influence on the audience and the industry. New Media and Society, 15(7), 1058–1076. doi:10.1177/1461444812465597

Kepplinger, H. M., Geiss, S., & Siebert, S. (2012). Framing Scandals: Cognitive and Emotional Media Effects. Journal of Communication, 62(4), 659–681. doi:10.1111/j.1460-2466.2012.01653.x

Geiß, S. (2011a). Patterns of relationships between issues: An analysis of German prestige newspapers. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 23(3), 265–286. doi:10.1093/ijpor/edq050


Encyclopedia Entries

Geiß, S. (2017b). Scandalization. In P. Rössler, C. A. Hoffner, & L. van Zoonen (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Media Effects. Wiley-Blackwell. doi:10.1002/9781118783764.wbieme0198

Schemer, C. & Geiß, S. (2017). Latent Growth Curve Modeling. In J. Matthes, C. S. Davis, & R. F. Potter (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods. Wiley.


Book chapters

Geiß, S. (2017). Newspaper issue dynamics: Dimensionality, typology, and validation. In P. L. M. Vasterman (Ed.), From Media Hype to Twitter Storm: News explosions and their impact on issues, crises, and public opinion (pp. 50–75). Amsterdam University Press.