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The research of the chair takes a communication science perspective on social science questions and a social science perspective in answering communication science questions. The work focuses on three main areas: political communication, digitalization research, and science communication. The empirical implementation is based on quantitative methods of empirical social research with a focus on survey research and field experiments. The chair has a 'Computational Communication Science Lab' (CCSL), in which laboratory experiments are conducted and computer-based survey methods are used.

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