Prof. Anna Jupowicz – Ginalska joins the research team. Welcome on-board Anna!

We’re excited to announce that as of July 2022 prof. UW Anna Jupowicz-Ginalska joins the project’s core research team as Co-Investigator. We aimed to bring to the project a diverse team of experts, with distinct skills, expertise, and key networks, who will support both the implementation of our extensive fieldwork as well as contribute to conceptual and empirical refinement of the field of media and journalism studies.

We’re convinced that Anna is such a person, and that she will strengthen our team’s expertise with her extensive theoretical and practical media management knowledge, media polarization, as well as help with the project’s management. We’re especially looking forward to prof. Jupowicz-Ginalska’s contribution to answering project third research question on how non-members (representatives of civil society, including minority media outlets), with whom newsrooms are working with the objective of increasing their polyphony, experience their relationship with these newsrooms? prof. Jupowicz-Ginalska will also support the Ukrainian-Taskforce on media diversity.

Prof. Jupowicz-Ginalska is a long-standing employee of the Faculty of Journalism, Information and Book Studies at the University of Warsaw (Poland). She is also the Deputy Director of the Doctoral School of Social Sciences at the University. She specialises in media marketing/media management, media polarisation and the impact of new technologies on audiences (especially in terms of Fear of Missing Out, nomophobia, phubbing, social media engagement and digital well-being). She is the author of almost 60 academic papers and an active participant in over 60 scientific conferences on an international and national scale. An experienced reviewer of academic texts. A member of the Editorial Board of Journal of Media Business Studies, the Reviewer Boards of Future Internet, Social Sciences and Sustainability, and a member of the Scientific Council of the Dziennikarstwo i Media and Styles of Communication journals. The editor-in-chief of the Komunikacja społeczna i media series. A member of organisations and associations: PTKS, PTEM, EUPRERA, IAMCR, ESTDIA and EMMA. The initiator and coordinator of the “FOMO. Poles and the Fear of Missing Out” research (2018-2021). An experienced lecturer. A practitioner who has gained her professional skills in PR agencies, local government units, media, and as Dean’s Plenipotentiary for Promotion.

Welcome Anna! We’re very excited to have you on-board and are looking forward to working with you.