refereed academic publications

  • A. Wonneberger, K. Schoenbach & L. van Meurs (2011). Interest in news and politics – or situational determinants? Why people watch the news. Journal of broadcasting & electronic media, 55 (3), 325-343. doi: 10.1080/08838151.2011.597466
     
  • C. Leeuwis & N. Aarts (2011). Rethinking communication in innovation processes: creating space for change in complex systems. The Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension, 17 (1), 21-36. doi: 10.1080/1389224X.2011.536344
     
  • C. van Woerkum & N. Aarts (2011). Organizing by projective hearing: the active use of a passive sense. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 5 (3), 171-182. doi: 10.1080/1553118X.2011.566902
     
  • C. van Woerkum, N. Aarts & A. van Herzele (2011). Changed planning for planned and unplanned change. Planning Theory, 10 (2), 144-160. doi: 10.1177/1473095210389651
     
  • C.L. ter Hoeven, L.C. Zandbelt, S. Fransen, H. de Haes, F. Oort, D. Geijsen, C. Koning & E. Smets (2011). Measuring cancer patients’ reasons for their information preference: construction of the Considerations Concerning Cancer Information (CCCI) questionnaire. Psycho-Oncology, 20 (11), 1228-1235. doi: 10.1002/pon.1841
     
  • D. Hollanders & R. Vliegenthart (2011). The influence of negative newspaper coverage on consumer confidence: the Dutch case. Journal of Economic Psychology, 32 (3), 367-373. doi: 10.1016/j.joep.2011.01.003
     
  • E. Hijmans, P. Schafraad, K. Buijs & L. d’ Haenens (2011). Wie schrijft ons nieuws? Een analyse van voorverpakt nieuws en brontransparantie in binnenlandse nieuwsonderwerpen in vier Nederlandse en Vlaamse kwaliteitskranten. Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap, 39 (2), 77-91.
     
  • H.G. Boomgaarden, J. van Spanje, R. Vliegenthart & C.H. de Vreese (2011). Covering the crisis: media coverage of the economic crisis and citizens’ economic expectations. Acta Politica, 46 (4), 353-379. doi: 10.1057/ap.2011.18
     
  • L. Idrissou, A. van Paassen, N. Aarts & C. Leeuwis (2011). From cohesion to conflict in participatory forest management: the case of Ouémé Supérieur and N’Dali (OSN) forests in Benin. Forest Policy and Economics, 13 (7), 525-534. doi: 10.1016/j.forpol.2011.06.001
     
  • L. Idrissou, N. Aarts, A. van Paassen & C. Leeuwis (2011). The discursive construction of conflict in participatory forest management: the case of the Agoua forest restoration in Benin. Conservation and Society, 9 (2), 119-131. doi: 10.4103/0972-4923.83722
     
  • L.L. ten Brummelhuis, C.L. ter Hoeven, A.B. Bakker & B. Peper (2011). Breaking through the loss cycle of burnout: the role of motivation. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 84 (2), 268-287. doi: 10.1111/j.2044-8325.2011.02019.x
     
  • M. van Lieshout, A. Dewulf, N. Aarts & C. Termeer (2011). Do scale frames matter? Scale frame mismatches in the decision making process about a “mega farm” in a small Dutch village. Ecology and Society, 16 (1), 38.
     
  • O. Holman, R. de Ruiter & R. Vliegenthart (2011). The Netherlands: the problematic future of Dutch football. In A. Niemann, B. Garcia & W. Grant (Eds.), The transformation of European football: towards the Europeanisation of the national game (pp. 152-170). Manchester: Manchester University Press.
     
  • R. Koopmans & R. Vliegenthart (2011). Media attention as the outcome of a diffusion process: a theoretical framework and cross-national evidence on earthquake coverage. European Sociological Review, 27 (5), 636-653. doi: 10.1093/esr/jcq032
     
  • R. Vliegenthart & L. van Zoonen (2011). Power to the frame: bringing sociology back to frame analysis. European Journal of Communication, 26 (2), 101-115. doi: 10.1177/0267323111404838
     
  • R. Vliegenthart & S. Walgrave (2011). Content matters: the dynamics of parliamentary questioning in Belgium and Denmark. Comparative Political Studies, 44 (8), 1031-1059. doi: 10.1177/0010414011405168
     
  • R. Vliegenthart & S. Walgrave (2011). When media matter for politics: partisan moderators of mass media’s agenda-setting influence on parliament in Belgium. Party Politics, 17 (3), 321-342. doi: 10.1177/1354068810366016
     
  • R. Vliegenthart, S. Walgrave & C. Meppelink (2011). Inter-party agenda-setting in the Belgian parliament: the role of party characteristics and competition. Political Studies, 59 (2), 368-388. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9248.2010.00867.x
     
  • S. Zwier, T. Araujo, M. Boukes & L. Willemsen (2011). Boundaries to the articulation of possible selves through social networking sites: the case of Facebook profilers’ social connectedness. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 14 (10), 571-576. doi: 10.1089/cyber.2010.0612
     
  • S.H.J. Jacobs & T. Schillemans (2011). Het onaangename en het nuttige: over nieuwsmedia en bestuur. Bestuurskunde, 20 (3), 94-102.
     
  • T. Schillemans & S.H.J. Jacobs (2011). Publieke managers en de nieuwsmedia. In M. Noordegraaf, C.H.M. Geuijen & A.J. Meijer (Eds.), Handboek Publiek Management (pp. 133-161). Den Haag: Boom Lemma.
     
  • T. van Dijk, N. Aarts & A. de Wit (2011). Frames to the planning game. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 35 (5), 969-987. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-2427.2010.01003.x
     
  • W. Elving & M. van Vuuren (2011). Beyond identity washing: corporate social responsibility in an age of skepticism. Akademija MM, 17, 49-55.
     
  • W.J.L. Elving, L.D. Hansma & M.G. de Boer (2011). BOHICA: bend over, here it comes again… construction and test of a Change Fatigue instrument. Teorija in Praksa, 48 (6), 1628-1647.
     

doctoral thesis

  • A. Wonneberger (2011, December 01). Coping with diversity: exposure to public-affairs TV in a changing viewing environment. Universiteit van Amsterdam (172 pag.). Supervisor(s): prof.dr. K. Schönbach & dr. L. van Meurs.