refereed academic publications

  • Boukes, M. (2022). Episodic and Thematic Framing Effects on the Attribution of Responsibility: The Effects of Personalized and Contextualized News on Perceptions of Individual and Political Responsibility for Causing the Economic Crisis. The International Journal of Press/Politics, 27(2), 374-395. https://doi.org/10.1177/1940161220985241
     
  • Boukes, M., Chu, X., Fatah Elrahman Abdulqadir, N. M. I. A., Liu, R., Araujo, T. B., & Kroon, A. C. (2022). Comparing user-content interactivity and audience diversity across news and satire: differences in online engagement between satire, regular news and partisan news. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 19(1), 98-117. https://doi.org/10.1080/19331681.2021.1927928
     
  • Boukes, M., Jones, N. P., & Vliegenthart, R. (2022). Newsworthiness and story prominence: How the presence of news factors relates to upfront position and length of news stories. Journalism, 23, 98-116. https://doi.org/10.1177/1464884919899313
     
  • Liu, S., Boukes, M., & De Swert, K. (2022). Strategy framing in the international arena: A cross-national comparative content analysis on the China-US trade conflict coverage. Journalism.
     
  • van der Meer, G. L. A., & Hameleers, M. (2022). I Knew It, the World is Falling Apart! Combatting a Confirmatory Negativity Bias in Audiences’ News Selection Through News Media Literacy Interventions. Digital Journalism.
     
  • van der Meer, G. L. A., Brosius, A., & Hameleers, M. (2022). The role of media use and misinformation perceptions in optimistic bias and third-person perceptions in times of high media dependency: Evidence from four countries in the first stage of the COVID-19 pandemic. Mass Communication & Society.