Sarah Hobolt lecture on EU referendum campaigns

Sara Hobolt (Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford) will give an informal talk to members of the Center of Politics and Communication on Friday, March 1st on ‘EU referendum campaigns’ (based on her forthcoming book with Oxford University Press). Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it Print for later Tell a friend

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Science foundation grant to Claes de Vreese

The Danish Social Science Foundation has awarded 60.000 Euro to Claes de Vreese for survey data collection around the 2009 European Parliamentary elections. The grant will be used within the broader VICI and PIREDEU projects which are supported by the NWO and the EU’s FP7 program. Recommend on Facebook Tweet about it Print for later […]

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De Vreese at ARENA conference on European Public Sphere

Claes de Vreese is going to be a a key note speaker at the ARENA conference on the European Public Sphere in Oslo on December 1. He will speak on ‘The Media and Euroskepticism’. On December 2 he is going to open the European Policy Center’s event in Brussels on Campaigners For and Against the […]

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Claes de Vreese member of The Young Academy (KNAW)

Claes de Vreese is one of ten new members of The Young Academy (De Jonge Akademie – DJA) of the KNAW. DJA welcomes promising young scientists from all disciplines who have obtained their doctorate fewer than ten years ago, have already made their mark in the research world and have a wide-ranging interest in science. […]

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Maud Adriaansen in public debate

Maud Adriaansen participated in a public debate in “de rode hoed”, a well known centre for political debates in Amsterdam. Adriaansen was invited to speak about the role and the functions of the media in a democracy. The debate also focused on elements of the media logic, such as the speed of coverage, newsframes, personalisation, […]

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Schuck at Eurodesk network meeting

Andreas Schuck was invited to speak about “Communicating Europe to Young People” at the Eurodesk network meeting in Bratislava, Slovakia. Central themes were how to raise awareness for European topics among young people and the role of the media in influencing public perceptions of the EU. Eurodesk is a European network of information services in […]

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Guest lecture Richard Johnston

Professor Richard Johnston (PhD, Stanford), Professor of Political Science and Research Director of the National Annenberg Election Study at the University of Pennsylvania, is visiting ASCoR on Friday September 12. He will give a lecture on ‘Campaign Research Designs: The Annenberg Election Studies and Beyond’. This lecture is held from 10-11 in room A003, OIH. […]

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Prof. Slater wins McQuail award

Prof. Michael Slater has won the ASCoR Denis McQuail Award 2007 with his article: Slater, M. D. (2007). Reinforcing spirals: the mutual influence of media selectivity and media effects and their impact on individual behavior and social identity. Communication Theory, 17, 281-303. The ASCoR McQuail Award is an annual award for the best article advancing […]

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ASCoR students receive ICA award

Andreas Schuck and Christian Baden were chosen as winners of a Top 3 PhD Student Paper Award by the Political Communication Division of the ICA. Andreas Schuck won the award for his paper Public support for referendums and the role of the campaign. Schuck explains: “Previous research on referenda usually focuses on the characteristics of […]

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