Diana Ingenhoff, Jeanne Mengis, Stephan Russ-Mohl, Philippe Viallon


lt is a great pleasure for us to present the second issue of Studies in Communication Sciences for 2010. This issue emphasizes how broad the scope of communication and media sciences can be, while also showcasing the interconnectedness among insights despite varying angles and perspectives. We believe it is important to highlight the diversity of our discipline within our publication. Topics in this issue range from recent developments in the digital media age and their subsequent challenges to philosophical arguments for the impossibility of journalistic objectivity within the rising complexity of our world. Between these poles we've focused on two primary areas of interest extracted from papers submitted and accepted for publication.



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