Delighted to have been selected a member, see here for more information and a list of the 2018 new members Advertisements
I wrote a short policy paper while a Fellow at the Shorenstein Center at Harvard’s Kennedy School. It discusses how journalism should deal with the current populist surge. Read it here or listen to the podcast.
Very excited (and proud) about being a finalist for the Huibregtsen Award together with Natali Helberger, coPI of Personalised Communication. Fingers crossed X.
Delighted to be one of the Fellows at the Shorenstein Center at the Kennedy School, Harvard University, during the Fall 2017. For an overview of the fellows, look here.
Thrilled and humbled to have been elected Fellow of the International Communication Association Fellow status is “primarily a recognition of distinguished scholarly contributions to the broad field of communication. The primary consideration for nomination to Fellow status is a documented record of scholarly achievement. Secondary consideration is given to such criteria as service to the INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION ASSOCIATION… Read More ICA Fellow
As of April 1, 2017 I am chairing the Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences (KNAW) Social Science Council (SWR). See info here. The Council advices the KNAW and acts in the broader interest of science in society.
chapter2-populist-political-communicationtowards-a-model-of-its-causes-forms-and-effects Here you can find a sample chapter from our new book: chapter 2 which gives an overview and develops a model of Populist Political Communication, focusing on its Causes, Forms, and Effects. Click on the link above.
On Monday September 12 I had the honour and pleasure of being installed as an elected member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences KNAW. Very nice ceremony led by KNAW President Jose van Dijck. Official group photo added …
New book about Populist Political Communication, with Toril Aalberg, Frank Esser, Carsten Reinemann and Jesper Stromback. Part of our COST action. Just out from Routledge.
We have finished the last edits on our book Comparing Political Journalism which can now be ordered at Routledge. It provides an introduction to empirically assessing news performance and an analysis of political news in 15 European countries and the United States, probing the existing of key news features such as negativity, balance, game framing,… Read More New Book Comparing Political Journalism finished