For the first meetings of the working groups (Lisbon, 11-13 November 2010), the Action members were asked to submit short essays that review existing and emerging audience research in their respective countries. The reviews can be theoretical, topical, methodological, empirical or institutional.

Author Organisation Country Co-author(s) Title Keywords WG PDF document
Hannah ADONI Sammy Ofer School of Communications, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC), ISRAEL Amit Kama, Galit Nimrod, Hillel Nossek Audience research in Israel Academia and Social Institutions Interaction, Functional Paradigm, Nation-building WG4
Gintaras ALEKNONIS Mykolas Romeris University LITHUANIA Audience research in Lithuania WG1
Piermarco AROLDI Catholic University of Milan - OssCom, Research Centre on Media and Communication ITALY Audience research in Italy audience, Fandom, Generations, Italian audience studies, Migrant communities WG4
Helena BILANDZIC Zeppelin University GERMANY Zeller Research on social relationships in Germany WG3
Jakob BJUR University of Gothenburg SWEDEN Göran Bolin Review of existing and emerging audience research in Sweden WG1
Mélanie BOURDAA University of Bordeaux III FRANCE 20 Years of theories of television audiences in France WG2
Dominique CARDON SENSE Laboratory France Télécom R&D, and École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS), FRANCE Licoppe, Pasquier Research on audiences in France WG3
Gustavo CARDOSO ISCTE-IUL PORTUGAL Lima; Vieira Audience's paradigms and their new paths (from mainstream to "piracy") WG2
nico carpentier vub belgium Distinguishing between access, interaction and participation access, decision-making, definition, interaction, participation, power WG2
Irena CARPENTIER REIFOVA Charles University Prague CZECH REPUBLIC Academic study of media audiences in Czech Republic journalism, media audiences, media culture, media system, post-socialism WG3
Marta COLA University of Lugano SWITZERLAND A Brief Portrait of Switzerland Migration, Young People WG4
Fausto COLOMBO Catholic University of the Sacred Heart ITALY Sorice Audience studies in Italy WG2
Peter DAHLGREN Lund University SWEDEN Olsson Transforming audiences, transforming societies: a swedish story WG2
manuel damásio universidade lusófona portugal Diogo Morais, Sara Henriques Social Capital and internet use: portuguese social capital scale community, networks, Social capital WG2
Emiliana DE BLASIO Luiss University ITALY Audiences studies in Italy between tradition and emerging research WG2
Alexander DHOEST Universiteit Antwerpen BELGIUM Audience research in Flanders (North Belgium). Conceptual and methodological observations on media and cultural identity Cultural Identity, ethnic minorities, reception analysis, Television WG4
Isabel FERIN CUNHA Universidade de Coimbra PORTUGAL Studies on the reception of telenovelas in Portugal: authors, methodologies and international influences Reception studies, Telenovelas, Television studies, TV audiences WG4
Mar GRANDIO Catholic University of Murcia SPAIN José Javier Sánchez-Aranda The reception of audiovisual fictional products in Spain 2005-2010 WG1
François HEINDERYCKX Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) BELGIUM Public Service Media and Academic Research in French-Speaking Belgium: A Changing Connection WG1
Stanislaw JEDRZEJEWSKI Kozminski University POLAND Radio and new media usage WG3
Igor KANIŽAJ Faculty of Political Science, Zagreb University CROATIA Viktorija Car, Jelena Jurisic Journalism - open profession WG1
Beybin KEJANLIOGLU Istanbul Aydin University TURKEY A review of research on the public sphere and audience participation in Turkey WG2
Ragne KOUTS University of Tartu ESTONIA Current situation in audience research in Estionia age groups, audience fragmentation, ethnic minorities, gender, Media use patterns WG4
Barbara LEWANDOWSkA-TOMASZCZYK University of Lodz POLAND Jerzy TOMASZCZYK Audience Research in Poland WG3
Jakob LINAA JENSEN Aarhus University DENMARK Klaus Bruhn Jensen, Kim Schrøder Audience research in Denmark WG1
Sonia LIVINGSTONE London School of Economics and Political Science UNITED KINGDOM Tamara Witschge, Ranjana Das, Annette Hill, Anastasia Kavada, Lawrie Hallett, Guy Starkey, Peter Lunt Existing and emerging audience research in the UK WG1
Knut LUNDBY University of Oslo NORWAY Review of existing and emerging audience researh in Norway: within the realm of "audience interactivity and participation" WG2
Boris MANCE University of Ljubljana SLOVENIA Laying out the Slovene research field on the role of media use for evolving social relationships: An attempt ICT use, interpersonal communication, media use, social networks, social relationships WG3
Miguel Vicente MARIÑO University of Valladolid SPAIN Audience research in Spain: a brief approach Audience Research, Children, media, Methods, Migration, Women WG4
Katia MIHAILOVA University of National and World Economy BULGARIA The state of Audience Research in Bulgaria Audience Research, Children, Family, media WG4
Hannu NIEMINEN University of Helsinki FINLAND Anna-Laura Markkanen Audience Interactivity and Participation: A Review of Recent Audience Research in Finland Audience research; journalism audiences; social media; citizen participation WG2
Kaarina NIKUNEN University of Tampere FINLAND Participatory culture in multycultural societies: new challenges for audience research in Finland Multiculturalism, New Media, Participatory Culture WG4
Danka NINKOVIC SLAVNIC University of Belgrade SERBIA Transformation, interactivity and participation of audiences in Serbia WG2
José Manuel NOGUERA VIVO Catholic University of Murcia SPAIN Mapping e-democracy research and new media in Spain:a perspective from digital Journalism WG2
Nora NYIRO Corvinus University of Budapest HUNGARY Media technology innovation acceptance of consumers: the digital video recorder WG2
Nora NYIRO Corvinus University of Budapest HUNGARY Audience research trends in Hungary Audience Research, communication studies, Hungary WG2
Lars NYRE University of Bergen NORWAY Storsul Review of Norwegian audience research WG2
Brian O'NEILL Dublin Institue of Technology IRELAND Gavan TITLEY Audience Studies in Ireland WG3
Tao PAPAIOANNOU University of Nicosia CYPRUS Andreas SOPHOCLEOUS Audience Research in Cyprus WG1
Geoffroy Patriarche Facultés universitaires Saint-Louis (FUSL) Belgium Dufrasne; Hubert Audience research in francophone Belgium WG2
Ingrid PAUS-HASEBRINK University of Salzburg AUSTRIA Birgit STARK, Elisabeth KLAUS Audience and Reception Research in Austria WG4
Zrinjka PERUSKO University of Zagreb CROATIA Researching Media audience in Croatia: an uncharted territory or just under-theorized? WG2
Cristina PONTE Universidade Nova de Lisboa Portugal Ana Jorge Portuguese audiences research in Communication Studies: an overview of the last decade (1999-2010) with a focuse on age and generations Audience Studies, Generations, Young People WG4
Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt University of Tartu ESTONIA Overview of audience participation and interactivity research in Estonia WG2
Miroljub RADOJKOVIC University of Belgrade SERBIA Milojevic Serbia - Audience digital dividing WG2
Lilia RAYCHEVA The St. Kliment Okhridsky Sofia University BULGARIA Research of media audiences in Bulgaria: Concise overview Radio and new media usage WG3
Seija RIDELL University of Tampere FINLAND Audience research in Finnland WG3
Seija RIDELL University of Tampere FINLAND Audience research in Finnland, Version 2 WG3
Andra SIIBAK University of Tartu ESTONIA Audience research in Estonia Internet, social media, social networking websites WG3
Poliana Stefanescu University of Bucharest Romania Audience studies in Romania Romania WG3
Safak SUPPAN Kadir Has University TURKEY Current studies on the new media and audiences in Turkey WG2
Ezeni TESIK Faculty of Economics Skopje FORMER YUGOSLAV REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA New vs. the old media mobile advertising, New Media, social media WG3
Lejla TURCILO Sarajevo University BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA New media - old audience: B&H and the influence of new technologies WG2
Nurcay TURKOGLU Cukurova University TURKEY Mediation of citizenship melts into positive realities WG2
Liesbet VAN ZOONEN Erasmus University Rotterdam NETHERLANDS Tilo Hartmann Audience research in the Netherlands WG1
Nicoletta VITTADINI Catholic University of Milan ITALY A review of Italian researches on the role of media and ICT use for evolving social relationships Ict adoption; networked audience; social media; media experience; methodology WG3
Igor VOBIC University of Ljubljana SLOVENIA The Audience in Slovenian Communication, Media and Journalism Research: Social Specificity of Normative Assumptions audience, citizenry, community, interactivity, participation, public, public sphere, social class WG2
Jelenka VOCKIC-AVDAGIC Sarajevo University BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA Bosnia and Herzegovina WG1
Konca YUMLU Ege University TURKEY Audience research in media studies of Ege university WG3
Rocio ZAMORA Catholic University of Murcia SPAIN Towards a deliberative democracy based on deliberative polling practices WG2