OnderbuikNL in Spui25

On Tuesday March 6 Spui 25 organizes “Bepalen onderbuikgevoelens jouw mening? Nationaal Onderzoek naar onderbuikgevoelens” where Bert Bakker and Gijs Schumacher will present the first results from their NWO-funded project “OnderbuikNL”. Read more here and feel free to join!

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Kim Gross visiting CPC

Prof. Kim Gross (GWU, Washington  DC) will spent a sabbatical in Amsterdam and join the CPC team and meetings in April-June. Kimberly Gross focuses on media framing and public opinion and has appeared in the Journal of Communication, Journal of Politics, The American Journal of Political Science, The International Journal of Press Politics, The British Journal of Political Science…

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Talks and Presentations

Thursday 08/02 Claes De Vreese  will speak at the Norwegian Embassy at an event promoting the Holberg Prize, the Norwegian Government’s Prize for research in the humanities and social sciences. Friday 09/02 Claes De Vreese will speak ProDemos ‘docentendag’ for high school teachers on ‘De invloed van veranderend mediagebruik op politiek gedrag en publieke opinie’ Next week, Mark Boukes…

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Comparative Agenda’s Project conference in Amsterdam

The Call for Papers for the 11th Annual Comparative Agenda’s Project conference, which will be hosted by the Center for Politics and Communication (CPC) and the Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR) at the University of Amsterdam, on July 4-6, is out! Keynote speaker is Claes De Vreese and there are ample opportunities for political communication scholars to present…

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Digital Communication Methods Lab kickstarted

On Monday February 5th, the digital communication methods lab was officially launched. The Digital Communication Methods Lab is an initiative of the RPA Communication, focusing on innovative research and bringing together existing and new projects with digital communication methods as its cornerstone. The lab aims at expand the innovative work on methods, analyses, and scientific practices critical to Communication Science,…

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Guest lecture Amanda Bittner

On January 25th CPC, together with the Department of Political Science, hosts a lecture on the presidentialization of politics by visiting scholar Amanda Bittner (associate professor in Political Science at the University of Newfoundland St. John’s). Dr. Bittner’s research focuses on elections and voting in both Canadian and comparative contexts.

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