Dipl. Journalist Marcus Kreutler

Project Assistant


Curriculum Vitae

  • PhD Fellow at the SIIC since April 2015
  • 2010 - 2015 Researcher and International Exchange Coordinator at the Institute of Journalism at TU Dortmund University
  • Guest lecturer at „Global Politics Summer School Greece 2013: Different Stories about Europe“ and at Bilgi University, Istanbul (in 2012, with the Erasmus teaching staff mobility scheme)
  • 2002 - 2010 Journalism Studies (degree: Diplom) at TU Dortmund University with student mobilities to Charles University, Prague and Universidade Nova, Lisbon. Political Science and Portuguese Studies as subsidiary subjects. Final Thesis on the coverage of the German and Portuguese Presidencies of the Council of the EU in German and Portuguese newspapers of 2007
  • 2004 - 2005 full-time journalistic training at regional daily newspaper Main Post, Würzburg
  • Journalistic work for different media since 2002

Research Focus

Foreign Reporting, International and Transnational Communication.

Publications

  • Fengler, Susanne / Kreutler, Marcus et al. (2018): The Ukraine Conflict and the European Media: A comparative study of newspapers in 13 European Countries. In: Journalism, epub ahead of print.
  • Fengler, Susanne / Bettels, Tina / Kreutler, Marcus (2016): Kein Sinn fürs Europäische. In: Neue Zürcher Zeitung (NZZ), February 27, p. 11. Also available online
  • Kreutler, Marcus / Fengler, Susanne (2014): Das Afrikabild aus journalistischer Perspektive - Ergebnisse einer Inhaltsanalyse deutscher Zeitungen im Frühjahr 2013. In: Tatah, Veye (Ed.): Afrika 3.0. Mediale Abbilder und Zerrbilder eines Kontinents im Wandel, pp. 55-64. Berlin: Lit.
  • Kreutler, Marcus (2010): Codes of Ethics in Europa. Ist ein gemeinsamer Kodex möglich? In: Pöttker, Horst / Schwarzenegger, Christian (Eds.): Europäische Öffentlichkeit und journalistische Verantwortung, pp. 380-395. Köln: Herbert von Halem.
  • Kreutler, Marcus (2008): Journalistische Ethik - oder Ethiken? Eine Untersuchung europäischer Medienkodizes. Journalistik Journal, 11 (2), pp. 20-21.