Other and voluntary work

Other and voluntary work

Even after the Second World War, Franz Ronneberger remained closely associated with “Southeastern European Studies”.1 This is to be proven by the membership in numerous federations and associations.

  • Southeastern Europe Society Munich (Member)
  • German Society for Eastern European Studies (Member)
  • Study Society for Central and Eastern European Partnership Bonn (Member)

In the course of his second academic career, Franz Ronneberger was a member, founding member and functionary of numerous respected communication societies, associations, university research organizations and media committees.2

  • German Society for public communication (Publizistik) and Communication Science (Founding Member and First Chairman 1966-69)3
  • Founding member of the Social Science Research Centre of the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
  • Speaker of Collaborative Research Centre 22 (Socialisation and Communication Research) until 1975 and speaker of Collaborative Research Centre 18 (Southeastern Europe Research) until 1981
  • Arbeitsgemeinschaft für Kommunikationsforschung München (founding member and board member)
  • International Public Relations Association (Member)
  • Association for the Support of PR Research (Chairman)
  • ZDF television council (member)
  • Voluntary Self-Monitoring of Illustrated Journals (Member)

Author(s): G.D.G.BE.


1 Heinelt 2003, p. 185.

2 Including Heinelt 2003, p. 186.

3 The DGPuK was founded in 1963 as the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Publizistik- und Zeitungswissenschaft (German Society for Journalism and Newspaper Studies) and renamed the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Publizistik- und Kommunikationswissenschaft (German Society for Journalism and Communication Studies) in 1972.

Beispiel für die Auseinandersetzung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Publizistik- und Kommunikationswissenschaft mit der NS-Fachgeschichte