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Selection of BCJS publications and conference presentations

De Cock, R., De Smaele, H. (2016). Freelancing in Flemish news media and entrepreneurial skills as pivotal element in job satisfaction: perspectives of masters or servants?. Journalism Practice, 10 (2), 251-265.

Verschooten, Ch., Amanullah, A., Nijs, S. (2016). Framing ghar wapsi and Muslim Identity in Indian Print Media. In: Mertens S., de Smaele H. (Eds.), bookseries: Communication, Globalization, and Cultural Identity, Representations of Islam in the News. A Cross-Cultural Analysis, Chapt. 14. Lanham: Lexington Books, 225-244.

De Smaele, H. (2015). Values underlying the information culture in communist and post-communist Russia (1917-1999). Media and Communication, 3 (4), 15-25.

De Cock, R., De Smaele, H., D’haene, C. (2014). Streekgebonden informatie in een geglobaliseerde samenleving. Hoe regionaal is regionaal radionieuws?. In: d’Haenens L., Ichau E. (Eds.), U luistert naar Radio : gebruik, functies en productie, Chapt. 9. Gent: Academia Press, 171-187.

Mertens, S., d’Haenens, L. (2014). Parental mediation of internet use and cultural values across Europe: Investigating the predictive power of the Hofstedian paradigm. Communications: the European Journal of Communication Research, 39 (4), 389-414.

Mertens, S. (2014). Aspecten van journalistieke cultuur in Vlaanderen : audiovisuele journalisten vergeleken met journalisten van radio en van de schrijvende pers. In: d’Haenens L., Ichau E. (Eds.), U luistert naar radio : gebruik, functies en productie, Chapt. 5. Gent: Academia press, 97-111.

Lams, L. (2013). Strategies of Symbolic Meaning Construction in Chinese Official Discourse. In: Lams L., Crauwels G., Serban H. (Eds.), Totalitarian/Authoritarian discourses: a global and timeless phenomenon?, Chapt. 6. Bern: Peter Lang Publishers, 185-217.

 

De Cock, R. (2016). Cartoons and press freedom after a news room attack. Journalists’ professional views and public opinion in Flanders (Belgium). UNESCO Research Conference on Safety of Journalists. Helsinki, 2-4 May 2016.

Lams, L. (2015). Myanmar: Land of No progress or Golden Promise? Framing Practices in the Flemish Press Coverage of Myanmar. Burma/Myanmar in Transition: Connectivity, Changes and Challenges. International Conference on Burma/Myanmar Studies: Burma/Myanmar in Transition: Connectivity, Changes and Challenges. Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai, Thailand, 24-26 July 2015.

Bossens, E., De Cock, R. (2015). Public response to dramatic news pictures: the role of news consumption, fear of crime and disease and attitude towards violence. Regional ICA conference. Lodz, Poland, 9-11 April 2015.

Mertens, S. (2015). Who is to blame on 22th July 2011? Psychological and sociological blame frames in the reporting of Anders Breivik in the Flemish broadsheet press (De Morgen and De Standaard). Etmaal van de communicatiewetenschap. Antwerpen, 2-3 February 2015.

De Smaele, H., De Wispelaere, S., Van Stappen, G. (2014). Brand journalism: how media organizations behave on Twitter. The presence on Twitter of Flemish public (Studio Brussel, MNM) and commercial (Q-Music, JOEfm) radio channels. Hybridity and the News: Hybrid Forms of Journalism in the 21st Century. Brussels (VUB), 4-5 December 2014.

De Cock, R. (2014). Twitter as a journalistic or (self – ) promotional tool for news rooms : Case studies from Flanders, the Netherlands, the UK and USA. Hybridity and the News: Hybrid Forms of Journalism in the 21st Century. Brussels (VUB), 4-5 December 2014.

De Cock, R., Du Pont, K. (2014). Childhood news memory and emotions. Findings of a survey among Flemish adults. ECREA 2014 5th European Communication Conference. Lisbon, 12-15 November 2014.