Peer reviewed Journals

  • https://publizistik.univie.ac.at/institut/mitarbeiterinnen-mitarbeiter/vorstand/matthes-joerg/Matthes, J., Hirsch, M., Stubenvoll, M., Binder, A., Kruikemeier, S., Lecheler, S., & Otto, L. (2022). Understanding the democratic role of perceived online political micro-targeting: longitudinal effects on trust in democracy and political interest, Journal of Information Technology & Politics, DOI: 10.1080/19331681.2021.2016542https://doi.org/10.1080/19331681.2021.2016542
  • Egelhofer, J.L., Jaidka, K., Lecheler, S., Lelkes, Y. & Zhou, A. (2021). Beyond Anonymity: Network Affordances, under Deindividuation, Improve Social Media Discussion Quality. SSRN. DOI: 10.2139/ssrn.3870548.
  • Aaldering, L., Egelhofer, J. L., & Lecheler, S. (2021). Delegitimizing the media?
  • Analyzing politicians’ media criticism on social media. Journal of Language and Politics, ONLINE FIRST. DOI: 10.1075/jlp.20081.ege.
  •  de Bruin, K., Goutier, N., de Haan, Y., Kruikemeier, S., & Lecheler, S. (2021). From "Cool Observer" to "Emotional Participant": The Practice of Immersive Journalism, Journalism Studies, ONLINE FIRST. DOI: 10.1080/1461670X.2021.1956364.
  • Boyer, M. M., Aaldering, L., & Lecheler, S. (2020). Motivated Reasoning in Identity Politics: Group Status as a Moderator of Political Motivations. Political Studies, DOI: 10.1177/0032321720964667.
  • Aaldering, L., Egelhofer, J. L., & Lecheler, S. (2020). Nieuwe uitdagingen voor de journalistiek in het tijdperk van nepnieuws. Doen, durven of de waarheid?, 87-103.
  • Lecheler, S. (2020). Dan, Viorela: Integrative framing analysis: framing health through words and visuals. Publizistik, 65, 663–664. DOI:10.1007/s11616-020-00604-5.
  • de Haan, Y., Kruikemeier, S., & Lecheler, S. (2020). The Advancement of methods in the Field of Journalism Studies. Journalism Studies, ONLINE FIRST.
  • de Haan, Y., Kruikemeier, S. & Lecheler, S. (2020). Meeting the digital demand through a multi-perspective methodological approach. Journalism Studies, 21, 7, 857-862. DOI: 10.1080/1461670X.2020.1752290.
  • de Bruin, K., de Haan, Y., Kruikemeier, S., & Lecheler, S. (2020). A first-person promise? A content analysis of immersive journalism. Journalism. DOI: 10.1177/1464884920922006.
  • Egelhofer, J. L., Aaldering, L., Eberl, J. M., Galyga, S., & Lecheler, S. (2020). From Noveltyto Normalization? How Journalists Use the Term “Fake News” in their Reporting. Journalism Studies, DOI:10.1080/146167X.2020.1745667.
  • Lecheler, S.(2020).The emotional turn in journalism needs to be about audience perceptions, Digital Journalism, DOI: 10.1080/21670811.2019.1708766.
  • Otto, L., Lecheler, S. & Schuck, A.R.T. (2020). Is context the key? The (non-)differential effects of mediated incivility in three European countries. Political Communication, 37, 88-107, DOI: 10.1080/10584609.2019.1663324.
  • Boomgaarden, H., Matthes, J. & Lecheler, S. (2019). Setting the agenda for research on mediaand migration: state-of-the-art and directions for future research, Mass Communication andSociety, 22, 691-707, DOI: 10.1080/15205436.2019.1688059.
  • Egelhofer, J. L. & Lecheler, S. (2019). Fake news as a two-dimensional phenomenon: A framework and research agenda. Annals of the International Communication Association,43(2), 97-116, DOI: 10.1080/23808985.2019.1602782.
  • Lecheler, S. (2019). Framing effects in political communication. In S. Maisel (Ed.). Oxford Bibliographies in Political Science. New York: Oxford University Press, DOI: 10.1093/obo/9780199756223-0269.
  • Metz, M., Kruikemeier, S., & Lecheler, S. (2019). Personalization of politics on Facebook: examining the content and effects of professional, emotional and private self- personalization. Information, Communication & Society, 1-18.
  • Van 't Riet, J., Schaap, G., Kleemans, M., Veiling, H., & Lecheler, S. (2019). On different sides: investigating the persuasive effects of anger expression in political news messages. Political Psychology, 40 (4), 837-857, DOI: 10.1111 /pops.12554.
  • Bartholomé, G., Lecheler, S., & de Vreese, C. (2018). Towards A typology of conflict frames: Substantiveness and interventionism in political conflict news. Journalism Studies, 19(12), 1689-1711.
  • Kruikemeier, S. & Lecheler, S. (2018). News consumer perceptions of new journalistic sourcing techniques. Journalism Studies, 19(5), 632-649.
  • van Leuven, S., Kruikemeier, S., Lecheler, S. & Hermans, L. (2018). Online and Newsworthy: Have online sources changed journalism? Digital Journalism, 6(7), 798-806.
  • Kruikemeier, S., Lecheler, S. & Boyer, M. M. (2018). Learning from news on different media platforms: An eye-tracking experiment. Political Communication, 35(1), 75-96.
  • Lecheler, S. & de Vreese, C.H. (2017). News media, knowledge, and political interest: Evidence of a dual role from a field experiment. Journal of Communication, 67(4), 545- 564.
  • de Haan, Y., Kruikemeier, S., Lecheler, S., Smit, G., & van der Nat, R. (2017). When does an infographic say more than a thousand words? Audience evaluations of news visualizations. Journalism Studies, 19(9), 1-19.
  • Lecheler, S., & Kruikemeier, S. (2016). Re-evaluating journalistic routines in a digital age: A review of research on the use of online sources. New Media & Society, 18(1), 156-171.
  • Bos, L., Lecheler, S., & Vliegenthart, R., (2016). It’s the frame that matters: Immigration and media framing effects in the Netherlands. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 55, 97-108.
  • Feinholdt, A., Schuck, A.R.T., Lecheler, S. & de Vreese, C.H. (2016). Shifting frames: Conditional indirect effects of contested issues on perceived effectiveness through multiple emotions. Journal of Media Psychology, 29(2), 81-91, DOI: 10.1027/1864-1105/a000165.
  • Lecheler, S. & de Vreese, C.H. (2016). How long do news framing effects last? A systematic review of longitudinal studies. Communication Yearbook 40, 3-30.
  • Kruikemeier, S. & Lecheler, S. (2016). Re-evaluating journalistic routines in a digital age: A review of research on the use of online sources. New Media & Society, 18(1), 156-171.
  • Lecheler, S., Wurff, van der R.& de Swert, K. (2016). News Quality and Public Opinion: The Impact of Deliberative Quality of News Media on Citizens' Argument Repertoire. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, IJPOR. 30(2), 233-256, DOI: 10.1093/ijpor/edw024.
  • Lecheler, S., Nelson, T. E., Schuck, A. R., & de Vreese, C.H. (2015). Value poaching: Framing the same values for competing political ends. International Journal of Communication, 9, 2881–2902.
  • Bartholomé, G., Lecheler, S. & de Vreese, C. H. (2015). Manufacturing conflict? How journalists intervene in the conflict frame building process. International Journal of Press/Politics, 20(4), 438-457.
  • Bos, L., Lecheler, S. & Vliegenthart, R. (2015). The mediating role of emotions: News framing effects and opinions about immigration. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 92(4), 812-838.
  • Hänggli, R., Keer, M., Lecheler, S. & Schuck, A.R.T. (2015). The effects of repetitive news framing on political opinions over time. Communication Monographs, 82(3), 339-358.
  • Lecheler, S. (2013). Reporting for Europe: How Brussels correspondents shape the EU communication deficit. Latvian Interests in the EU, 3, 31-37.
  • Lecheler, S., Schuck, A.R.T., & de Vreese, C.H. (2013). Dealing with feelings: Cognitive and affective framing effects. Communications – European Journal of Communication Research, 38(2), 189-209.
  • Lecheler, S. & de Vreese, C.H. (2013) What a difference a day makes? The effects of repetitive and competitive news framing over time. Communication Research, 40(2), 147-175.
  • Baden, C. & Lecheler, S. (2012). Fleeting, fading, or far-reaching? A knowledge-based model of the persistence of framing effects. Communication Theory, 22, 359-382.
  • Konohovs, A. & Lecheler, S. (2012). Latvian Journalism and the European Union: A Brussels and Riga Perspective. Media Transformation, 8, 152-177.
  • Lecheler, S. & de Vreese, C.H. (2012). News framing and public opinion: A mediation analysis. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 89(2), 185-204.
  • Martins, A.; Lecheler, S. & de Vreese, C.H. (2012). Information flow and communication deficit: Perceptions of Brussels-based correspondents and EU officials. Journal of European Integration, 34(4), 305-322.
  • Lecheler, S. & de Vreese, C.H. (2011) Getting Real: The Duration of Framing Effects. Journal of Communication, 61, 959–983.
  • Hinrichsen, M. & Lecheler, S., (2010). Role conceptions of Brussels correspondents from new member states. Javnost-The Public, 17, 73-86.
  • Lecheler, S. & de Vreese, C.H. (2010). Framing Serbia. The effects of news framing on public support for EU enlargement. European Political Science Review, 2.73-93.
  • Lecheler, S., de Vreese, C.H. & Slothuus, R. (2009). Issue Importance as a moderator of framing effects. Communication Research, 36(3), 400-425.
  • Lecheler, S. (2008). EU membership and the press. An analysis of the Brussels correspondents from the new member states. Journalism, 9(4), 443-464.

Book Chapters

  • Egelhofer, J. & Lecheler, S. (2021). Consumption of misinformation and disinformation. In: H. Tumber & S. Waisbord (eds.). The Routledge Companio to Media Misinformation and Populism. Routledge.
  • Aaldering, L., Egelhofer, J. L., & Lecheler, S. (2020).Nieuwe uitdagingen voor de journalistiek in het tijdperk van nepnieuws [New Challenges for Journalism in the Age of Fake News]. In: de Ridder, J., Vliegenthart, R., & Zuure, J. (eds.): Doen, durven of de waarheid?Democratie in digitale tijden [Truth or dare? Democracy in a Digital era]. Amsterdam University Press, 87-103.
  • de Haan, Y., Kruikemeier, S., & Lecheler, S. (2019). The use and verification of online sources in the news production process. In J. E. Katz & K. K. Mays (Eds.), Journalism and truth in an age of social media Journalism (pp. 167-181). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Boyer, M. M., Kruikemeier, S. & Lecheler, S. (2019). Learning From News on Different Media Platforms: An Eye-Tracking Experiment. In L. Bode & E. K. Vraga (eds.). Studying Politics Across Media. Routledge.
  • Lecheler, S. (2018). Down the rabbit hole: Integrating emotions into news framing effectsresearch. In D’Angelo, P. (ed.). Doing News Framing Analysis II (pp. 111-129). Routledge.
  • de Haan, Y., Kruikemeier, S., Lecheler, S., Smit, G., &; Van der Nat, R. (2018). Audience uses and evaluations of news visualizations: when does an infographic say more than a thousand words. In A. Nguyen (Ed.), News, Numbers and Public Opinion in a Data-Driven World (pp. 191-208). New York/London: Bloomsbury Publishing USA.
  • Lecheler, S. & de Vreese, C.H. (2017). Framing theory. In Mazzoleni et al. (Eds.) International Encyclopedia of political communication (pp. 404-412). Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Lecheler, S. & de Vreese, C.H. (2012). News framing research: An overview and account of new developments. In H. A. Semetko & M. Scammell (eds.). The Sage Handbook of Political Communication (pp. 292-306). London: Sage.
  • Lecheler, S., & de Vreese, C. H. (2011). Wie “langlebig” sind Framing Effekte? In: M. Suckfüll, H. Schramm, & C. Wünsch (eds.). Rezeption und Wirkung in zeitlicher Perspektive (pp. 185-198). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Monographs

  • Lecheler S. & de Vreese, C.H. (2021). Journal of Media Psychology. DOI: 10.4324/9871315208077.
  • Lecheler, S., & de Vreese, C.H. (2018). News Framing Effects. Routledge, London. Lecheler, S. (2010). Framing Politics. PhD Dissertation, University of Amsterdam.