CPC ready for virtual ICA

The presentations are recorded as we speak. We need much bandwidth, seeing all these diverse topics CPC will cover. From disinformation, to open science and from satire to news recommender systems. And much, much more.

PolCom PG ICA 2020 papers:

Araujo, T., Zarouali, B., Ohme, J., & de Vreese, C.H. (2019). Open science for (automated) private interactions: Chatbots as (open) data collection engines.

Bos, L., Egelhofer, J. L. & Lecheler, S. K. “Understanding the Antecedents of Fake News Perceptions: A Factorial Survey Experiment.”

Boukes, M., Chu, X., Noon, M. F A., Kroon, A. C., & Araujo, T. (2020). Political Satire and User-Content Interactivity: Comparing the Online Engagement Evoked by News versus Satire Shows. Division: Communication and Technology.

Boukes, M. & Hameleers, M. (2020). Shattering Populists’ Rhetoric with Satire at Election Times. Division: Political Communication.

Boukes, M. & LaMarre, H. (2020). Satire without borders: The effects of horatian and juvenalian satire in a cross-national experiment. Division: Mass Communication.

Bulat, B., Wojcieszak, & Hilbert, M. Political Bot Influence on User Emotions: A Time Series Approach.

Featherstone, J., Zhang, J., Calabrese, C. & Wojcieszak, M. Effects of Source Credibility in Fact-checking Messages to Correct Vaccine Misinformation

Goldberg, Brosius, de Vreese: “Policy responsibility in the multilevel EU structure – The effect of media reporting on citizens’ responsibility attribution across four policy areas.”

Kruikemeier, S., Otto, L.P., Lecheler, S., & Matthes, J. (2020, May). Political profiling: Citizens’ Perceptions Towards Data-driven Targeting in India, Netherlands, and United States.

Loecherbach, F. (1); Judith Moeller(2); Damian Trilling(2); Wouter van Atteveldt(3); Natali Helberger(4): “Perceived control and satisfaction in news recommender systems,”

Loecherbach, F.(1); Judith Moeller(2); Damian Trilling(2); Wouter van Atteveldt(3): A unified framework of media diversity: A systematic literature review,

Maslowska, E.,  Ohme, J., & Segijn, C. (2019). Mobile vs. Desktop: Assessing Exposure and Effects of Branded Social Media Content with Eye Tracking.

Merten, L.(1); Nadia Metoui(3); Mykola Makhortykh(2); Damian Trilling(3); Judith Moeller(3) : News won’t find me? Exploring inequalities in social media news use with tracking data

Nai, A. & Maier, J. (2020). Dark necessities: Candidates’ socially aversive personality and negative campaigning in the 2018 American Midterms and in international elections.

Ohme, J., Araujo, T., de Vreese, C.H., & Piotrowski J.T. (2019). Mobile data donations: Assessing self-report accuracy, sample biases and predictive validity of mobile news use.

Ohme, J. & Mothes, C. (2019). News snacking, media diets and the effects on a healthy portion of political knowledge.

Ohme, J., Araujo, T., de Vreese, C.H., Piotrowski J.T., & Johnson, B. (2019). Open Science meets Digital Methods – Match Made in Heaven or Mutually Exclusive? (Theme Panel)

Otto, L.P., Thomas, F., Glogger, I., & De Vreese, C.H. (2020, May). An update for the gold standard of news media effects – Mobile Intensive Longitudinal Linkage Analysis.

Schuck, A., & Urlbauer, L. (2020). Investigating the Effects of Data Visualization on the Perception of Solutions Journalism.

Knoepfle, J., & Schuck, A. (2020). Talking about Solutions? The Effects of Solutions Frames within Climate Change News on Environmental Attitudes and the Moderating Role of Interpersonal Solidarity.

Sun, Q. & Wojcieszak, M. Overtime Trends in Incivility on Social Media: A systematic study of Reddit comments over thirteen years

Trilling, D. ; Marieke van Hoof: Detecting and analyzing news events

Tschötschel, R. (2020) “Identity Polarisation in German and US Online Climate Change News” Paper presentation at the 70th Annual International Communication Association Conference. Gold Coast, Australia. May 2020.

Van Atteveldt, W., Van der Velden, M. A. C. G., & Boukes, M. (2020). Don’t you like it? Comparing & Evaluating Analysis of Sentiment Approaches. Division: Computational Methods.

Van Atteveldt(1); Anne Kroon(2); Felicia Loecherbach(3); Mickey Steijaert(3); Joanna Strycharz(4); Damian Trilling(5); Mariken van der Velden(6); Kasper Welbers(3):  “Standardized research compendiums: Making open and transparent science fun and easy

Verhulsdonk, I., Nai, A., & Karp., J. (2020). Funny attacks? Three experiments on political humor and the effectiveness of negative political messages.

Vermeer, S., Kruikemeier, S., Trilling, D., & de Vreese, C. – Interpersonal political discussion on WhatsApp: A field experiment with adolescents.

Weeks, B., Menchen-Trevino, E., Calabrese, C., & Wojcieszak, M.  Partisan Media and Political Misperceptions.

Wojcieszak, M., Yu, X., Casas, A., Woolley, S., Tucker, J., & Nagler, J. “Ingroup filtering” of outgroup messages online: Its prevalence and effects.

Yu, X. Wojcieszak, M., Lee, S., Casas, A., Azrout, R., & Gackowski, T.  The (null) effects of happiness on affective polarization and misinformation beliefs: Evidence from five survey experiments in three countries.

Zarouali, B.Dobber, T., De Pauw, G., & de Vreese, C. “Using automated text analysis to investigate political microtargeting: Assessing the persuasion effects of personality-tailored ads on social media”

Zarouali, B., Boerman, S., & de Vreese, C. “How does this algorithm work? The development and validation of the algorithmic media content awareness scale (AMCA)”Zarouali, B., Makhortykh, M., Bastian, M., & Araujo, T. “Overcoming polarization with chatbot news?  Investigating the impact of news content containing opposing views on agreement and credibility”