The various opinions and attitudes amongst members of a society are subject to constant change.
The Jakob-Fugger-Zentrum investigates how opinions and attitudes are formed and changed in the context of social debates. It also examines the role played by media which itself has undergone major changes as a result of the leap into the digital age.
- Zirkulation und Transmission von Sprachideologien in den romanischen Massenmedien (CIRCULA) (Prof. Dr. Sabine Schwarze)
- Citizens’ views on climate change and the role of a diverse media environment (Prof. Dr. Helena Bilandzic)
- Geschichte, Gegenwart und Zukunft der Solidarität (Prof. Dr. Dietmar Süß)
- Networking from Veneto in Late Eighteenth-Century Europe: Giustiniana Wynne Rosenberg Orsini between Venetian Patriotism and Cosmopolitism (Prof. Dr. Rotraud v. Kulessa)
- Protestkulturen und Political Entrepreneurship (Prof. Dr. Philipp Gassert)
- Sharing Economy (Prof. Dr. Daniel Veit)
- Carbon Risk Management (CARIMA) (Prof. Dr. Marco Wilkens)