Katarzyna Kopecka-Piech is Assistant Professor with Habilitation at Maria Curie-Skodowska University in Lublin, Poland. Bartomiej dzki is Assistant Professor at the University of Wroclaw, Poland.
Introduction; Part I: New Theoretical and Methodological Foundations; 1. Dilemmas and Uncertainty: Seven Research Challenges During the COVID-19 Pandemic; 2. The Uberisation of Higher Education: Datafied Dynamics in the Wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic; 3. An Ecological Approach: The Infodemic, Pandemic, and COVID-19; 4. Research Project Reformulation: A Narrative on the Design and Methodological Changes Implemented During the Emergency; Part II: Changes in Media Outlets Activity and Practices; 5. Broadcasters Strategy Case Studies: Modification of Product Offers as a Challenge in Times of Plague and Survival; 6. Natural Language Processing and Statistic: The First Six Months of the COVID-19 Infodemic in Croatia; 7. News Shareability Analysis: Global Television Channels as Sources of Information During the Pandemic; Part III: Changes in Media Content and Narration; 8. Narrative Mode of Analysis: From Media Texts to Pandemic Memoryscape; 9. Diaries: The Lockdown Narratives of Individuals; 10. Media-Aesthetic Approach: A Global Visualization of the Pandemic; 11. Qualitative and Quantitative Social Media Content Analysis: TikTok Usage by the World Health Organisation During the First Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic; 12. Mixed Analysis of User Activity, Content, and Networks: Twitters Information Cascades on Conspiratorial Pandemics; Part IV: Changes in Media Usage and Reception; 13. Participative Research: The Case of Media Usage by Children Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic; 14. Diaries: Researching Lockdown Social Distancing in the Digital Age; 15. Search Trends Analysis: How the COVID-19 Pandemic Affected Other Health Campaigns; 16. Sentiment Analysis, Topic Modelling and Social Network Analysis: COVID-19, Protest Movements, and the Polish Tweetosphere; Conclusions; 17. Various Dynamics of the COVID-19 World of Media and Communication Research