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Research interests: design and psychology of online and mobile communication; learning and teaching with new media; gender research; evaluation research.

Research interests: intercultural communication, journalism research, online and mobile communication.

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Döring, N., Gundolf, A. Your life in snapshots: Mobile weblogs. Know Techn Pol 19, 80–90 (2006).

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