Paradigm Shift in Knowledge Transfer

This blog series provides a step-by-step overview of the Wi4impact research project, which examines the knowledge transfer impact of science blogs and podcasts at German higher education and non-university research institutions. The first blog post presents a brief theoretical introduction to our research topic. The term knowledge transfer is by

Geflüchtete aus der Ukraine – Erste deskriptive Ergebnisse einer Onlinebefragung in Deutschland und Polen

Vor dem Hintergrund der russischen Invasion der Ukraine und der durch sie verursachten Fluchtbewegung hat GESIS in der zweiten Aprilhälfte 2022 eine Web-Befragung ukrainischer Flüchtlinge in Deutschland und Polen durchgeführt. Die Rekrutierung der Befragten erfolgte durch Werbeanzeigen auf Facebook und Instagram. Against the backdrop of the Russian invasion of Ukraine

The German Federal Election 2021 Twitter Dataset

The German Federal Election of 2021 will be the most digitalized ever: In times of Covid-19, a younger electorate and omnipresence of user generated content, social media has become an important tool and arena for politics. While collecting data from Twitter’s Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) is simple, it is difficult

Popular Science in Times of Covid

The Covid-19 pandemic has thrust scientists and science explainers into the public eye. Although we may think of their presence in the media as something new, popularization has in fact been part of science since there has been science. Today’s scientists who go on talk shows, record podcasts, or fight