CAP Conference 2018 has started

The 11th annual Comparative Agenda Project conference takes place in Amsterdam, and is organized by CPC member Rens Vliegenthart, Alyt Damstra, Ruud Wouters, as well as ASCoR’s Toni van der Meer. CPC director Claes de Vreese is the keynote speaker, and will talk about ‘What agenda setting can learn from framing research (and vice versa…)’. Click here for more…

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Talks and Travels

Michael Hameleers was in Zurich to give a lecture and workshop on the effects of populist communication as part of a summer school on populism. Lukas Otto attends a conference organized on “Intensive longitudinal data and in-situ-assessments in communication research at the University of Stuttgart/Hohenheim. He will give a presentation on “Intensive longitudinal linkage analysis”. Tom Dobber joined a roundtable on political…

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38 CPC papers @ ICA

From May 24th till May 28th the 68th ICA conference takes place in Prague. We are super proud that no less than 38 papers of CPC-members will be presented at this “High Mass” of Communication Science! Have a look at our paper presenters below: Araujo; Lock; van de Velde. A Protocol for Communication Research With Machine Vision: Using Recognition…

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Spui25 Event ‘F*ke news and its societal consequences’

On June 5, CPC director Claes de Vreese and CPC member Judith Möller discuss how ‘f*ke news’ has risen to prominence in the last few years, and what its consequences are for Dutch society. Together with Fransisco van Jole, Maarten Keulemans, Alexander Pleijter, and Ira van Keulen. Attending the event is free of charge, you can register and find more information…

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Addicted to the Algorithm

Last week, Sanne Kruikemeier participated in a Tegenlicht Meet Up “Verslaafd aan het algoritme” (addicted to the algorithm) in Pakhuis de Zwijger. More information about the topic of that night and a recorded livestream can be checkd out by following this link

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ASCoR best in the world

CPC’s research institute ASCoR is ranked first in the latest QS ranking. Last year, ASCoR occupied the second place. The QS ranking is calculated on the basis of ‘academic reputation’, ’employer reputation’, ‘citations per paper’, and ‘H-score’. See the ranking here.

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