PhD vacancy: Voting Engagment Tools

Voting Engagement Tools (VETs) have become a central feature of today’s politics. They are used by almost half of the electorate prior to elections. Insight is needed into the extent to which form and content features of VETs affect citizens’ political understanding, political attitudes, and decision-making. This project, funded by the NWO and directed by dr. B. Holleman (UU) and dr. C. de Vreese (UvA), looks at how text (form and content) and reader characteristics interact, and how (political) understanding is related to attitudes and behavioural intentions. For more information:


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