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26.05.2018
 

Sophie Lecheler was elected as Vice-Chair for the Division Political Communication for the period 2018-2020 and as Chair for the Division Political...

26.05.2018
 

Sophie Lecheler recently published the chapter "Down the Rabbit hole - Integrating Emotions into News Framing Effects Research" in Doing News Framing...

23.05.2018
 

Loes Aaldering and Daphne Van Der Pas published their paper on Gender Bias in Leader Stereotypes during Campaign and Routine Times in the British...

05.05.2018
 

Sanne Kruikemeier and Sophie Lecheler published their article "News consumer perceptions of new journalistic sourcing techniques" in Journalism...

25.04.2018
 

Jana Egelhofer, Ming Boyer and Loes Aaldering went to Chicago and presented four papers on Social Identity Salience, Fake News, Gender Differences in...

23.04.2018
 

Sophie Lecheler was interviewed by the Wiener Zeitung about Fake News. You can read the article here.

13.04.2018
 

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ICA PRECONFERENCE Refugees, Religous Threats, and Political Radicalization: Theoretical and...

08.03.2018
 

Fake News disseminate faster in the virtual world than the truth - but how can these Fake News be invalidated? Sophie Lecheler talks in this interview...

02.02.2018
 

Loes Aaldering became a member of the steering committee of ECPR's Research Network on Political Communication.

 

26.01.2018
 

Loes Aaldering defended her dissertation 'Images with Impact. The Electoral Consequences of Party Leader Portrayal in the Media' successfully on...

25.01.2018
 

Loes Aaldering, Tom van der Meer and Wouter van der Brug have published their paper on "Mediated Leader Effects: The Impact of Newspapers’ Portrayal...

12.01.2018
 

Sanne Kruikemeier, Sophie Lecheler and Ming M. Boyer have published the article "Learning From News on Different Media Platforms: An Eye-Tracking...

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