Marlis Stubenvoll, BA MA

Predoctoral Researcher

Währinger Straße 29 (R. 7.43), 1090 Vienna

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Consultation: Based upon prior agreement

Marlis Stubenvoll is a predoctoral Researcher at the Department of Communication at the University of Vienna since December 2017. In October 2018 she was awarded a uni:docs fellowship for her dissertation topic "Why Misinformation Persists: The Role of Resistance to Corrections in Political News". Her research interest include misinformation, resistance strategies against counter-attitudinal information, as well as incidental news and personalized advertising.

Awards & Acknowledgements

  • 2021, August
    First Place Paper Award for the paper "Living is easy with eyes closed: Avoidance of targeted political advertising in response to privacy concerns, perceived personalization and overload", Political Communication Division, (virtual) AEJMC annual convention (co-authors: Alice Binder, Selina Noetzel & Melanie Hirsch & Jörg Matthes)
  • 2020, December
    Research Award, Department of Communication, for the project: "Is knowledge power? Investigating chilling effects as a consequence of declarative and procedural online privacy protection knowledge using browser histories" (collaboration with Alice Binder)
  • 2019, May
    Top Student Paper Award, 
    International Communication Association, Mass Communication Division: "Why corrections of numerical misinformation fail: Anchoring effects of inaccurate numbers in the news".