The project captures the development of social norms regarding different Covid 19 protective behaviors (in particular, the use of the SwissCovid app and the wearing of a face mask) in Swiss society and investigates the role that different forms of communication play in the development of social norms regarding protective behaviors.
The Data Donation Lab offers on the one hand a platform for transdisciplinary exchange among researchers on the data donation approach and on the other hand a technical infrastructure for the collection of digital data donations for research purposes.
The Digital Meal project, supported by the Participatory Science Academy, builds on the infrastructure of the Data Donation Lab at the University of Zurich and develops an interactive learning module for young people in vocational schools, baccalaureate schools and secondary schools.
The project deals with the influence of digitalization on communication in spiritual and religious contexts and explores the question of how digitalized communication affects exchanges in religious communities as well as the Swiss population as a whole.
The project deals with the influence of the social and media environment on the health behavior (tobacco and alcohol consumption) of adolescents and the role of different forms of communication (on- and offline).