Publications (English only)

 Journal articles

(*:= with peer review)

Accepted for Publication

Published

Roessing, Thomas / Jackob, Nikolaus / Renner, Karl N. (2016)*: Product placement and the credibility of television journalism. To be published in Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research, 41(2), pp. 167-193. doi: 10.1515/commun-2016-0002

Roessing, Thomas, / Einwiller, Sabine (2016)*: Portrayals of Large Corporations in the English and German Version of Wikipedia – Exploring Similarities and Differences. Corporate Reputation Review, 19(2), 108–126. doi:10.1057/crr.2016.3

Geiss, Stefan / Leidecker, Melanie / Roessing, Thomas. (2015)*: The interplay between media-for-monitoring and media-for-searching: How news media trigger searches and edits in Wikipedia. New Media & Society. doi:10.1177/1461444815600281

Roessing, Thomas (2007)*: Extremism in Cyberspace. How Political, Ideological, and Religious Extremists and Intense Minorities Make Use of the World Wide Web. In: Masaryk University Journal of Law and Technology 1, S. 1-9.

Roessing, Thomas (2008)*: Opinion Formation in Wikipedia – Theory, Measurement, and Findings. In: Masaryk University Journal of Law and Technology 2, S. 163-176.

Roessing, Thomas (2010)*: Authorship in Wikipedia – Legal Requirements, Community Opinions, and Technical Boundaries. In: Masaryk University Journal of Law and Technology 4(1), S. 35-45.

Jackob, Nikolaus / Roessing, Thomas / Petersen, Thomas (2011)*: The Effects of Verbal and Nonverbal Elements in Persuasive Communication: Findings from Two Multi-Method Experiments. In: Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research 36, S. 245-271.

Roessing, Thomas (2013)*: The dispute over filtering “indecent” images in Wikipedia. In: Masaryk University Journal of Law and Technology 7(2), S. 303-317.

Articles in anthologies, encyclopedias, and handbooks

(*:= Mit Begutachtungsverfahren / with peer review)

Roessing, Thomas (2016): Public Opinion. In: Carroll, C. E. (Ed.).: The SAGE Encyclopedia of Corporate Reputation. 2455 Teller Road, Thousand Oaks, California 91320: SAGE Publications, Inc. Pp. 591-593.

Roessing, Thomas (2016): Spiral of Silence Theory. In: Carroll, C. E. (Ed.). (2016). The SAGE Encyclopedia of Corporate Reputation. 2455 Teller Road, Thousand Oaks, California 91320: SAGE Publications, Inc. Pp. 784-785.

Jackob, Nikolaus / Roessing, Thomas / Petersen, Thomas (2016): Effects of Verbal and Non-Verbal Elements in Communication. In: Louis de Saussure & Andrea Rocci (Eds.): Verbal Communication (Handbooks of Communication Science, HoCS 3.) Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter Mouton. Pp. 39-53.

Roessing, Thomas (2006): Use of Electronic Guestbooks and Bulletin Board Systems on Right- and Left-Wing Extremists’ Web Sites. In: Radim Polc(ák / Martin Škop / David Šmahel (Hrsg.): Cyberspace 2005. Brno: Masaryk University. S. 147-154.

Roessing, Thomas / Jackob, Nikolaus / Petersen, Thomas (2009): The Explanatory Power of RTR Graphs: Measuring the Effects of Verbal and Nonverbal Presentation in Persuasive Communication. In: Jürgen Maier, Michaela Maier, Marcus Maurer & Carsten Reinemann (Ed.): RTR-Measurement in the Social Sciences. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang-Verlag. S. 85-95.

Roessing, Thomas (2013): The Spiral of Silence and the Wikipedia Online Community. In Patricia Moy (Hrsg.): Communication and Community. New York: Hampton Press. S. 171–187.