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Arjen van Dalen
Arjen van Dalen
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The algorithms behind the headlines: How machine-written news redefines the core skills of human journalists
A Van Dalen
Journalism practice 6 (5-6), 648-658, 2012
4012012
Caught in the nexus: A comparative and longitudinal analysis of public trust in the press
T Hanitzsch, A Van Dalen, N Steindl
The international journal of press/politics 23 (1), 3-23, 2018
2952018
Between rhetoric and practice: Explaining the gap between role conception and performance in journalism
C Mellado, A Van Dalen
Journalism Studies 15 (6), 859-878, 2014
2822014
Different roles, different content? A four-country comparison of the role conceptions and reporting style of political journalists
A Van Dalen, CH De Vreese, E AlbŠk
Journalism 13 (7), 903-922, 2012
2042012
Structural bias in cross-national perspective: How political systems and journalism cultures influence government dominance in the news
A Van Dalen
The International Journal of Press/Politics 17 (1), 32-55, 2012
1632012
The fourth estate as superpower? An empirical study of perceptions of media power in Belgium and the Netherlands
P Van Aelst, K Brants, P Van Praag, C De Vreese, M Nuytemans, ...
Journalism studies 9 (4), 494-511, 2008
1622008
Political journalism in comparative perspective
E AlbŠk, A Van Dalen, N Jebril, CH De Vreese
Cambridge University Press, 2014
1602014
Dodging the gatekeepers? Social media in the campaign mix during the 2011 Danish elections
M Skovsgaard, A Van Dalen
Information, communication & society 16 (5), 737-756, 2013
1252013
Suspicious minds: Explaining political cynicism among political journalists in Europe
A Van Dalen, E Albaek, C de Vreese
European Journal of Communication 26 (2), 147-162, 2011
1122011
Challenging the citizen–Consumer journalistic dichotomy: A news content analysis of audience approaches in Chile
C Mellado, A Van Dalen
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 94 (1), 213-237, 2017
682017
A welfare state of mind? Nordic journalists’ conception of their role and autonomy in international context
L Ahva, A Van Dalen, JF Hovden, GH Kolbeins, M L÷fgren Nilsson, ...
Journalism Studies 18 (5), 595-613, 2017
662017
The people behind the political headlines: A comparison of political journalists in Denmark, Germany, the United Kingdom and Spain
A Van Dalen
International Communication Gazette 74 (5), 464-483, 2012
612012
The media as political agenda-setters: Journalists’ perceptions of media power in eight west European countries
A Van Dalen, P Van Aelst
West European Politics 37 (1), 42-64, 2014
582014
The effects of human interest and conflict news frames on the dynamics of political knowledge gains: Evidence from a cross‐national study
N Jebril, CH de Vreese, A Van Dalen, E AlbŠk
Scandinavian Political Studies 36 (3), 201-226, 2013
512013
The fading public voice: The polarizing effect of commercialization on political and other beats and its democratic consequences
M Skovsgaard, A Van Dalen
Journalism Studies 14 (3), 371-386, 2013
502013
Are watchdogs doing their business? Media coverage of economic news
A Kalogeropoulos, HM Svensson, A Van Dalen, C De Vreese, E AlbŠk
Journalism 16 (8), 993-1009, 2015
482015
Rethinking journalist–politician relations in the age of populism: How outsider politicians delegitimize mainstream journalists
A Van Dalen
Journalism 22 (11), 2711-2728, 2021
442021
Economic news through the magnifying glass: How the media cover economic boom and bust
A Van Dalen, C de Vreese, E AlbŠk
Journalism Studies 18 (7), 890-909, 2017
432017
Data journalism research: Studying a maturing field across journalistic cultures, media markets and political environments
E Appelgren, CG LindÚn, A van Dalen
Digital Journalism 7 (9), 1191-1199, 2019
402019
Changing times, changing journalism: A content analysis of journalistic role performances in a transitional democracy
C Mellado, A Van Dalen
The International Journal of Press/Politics 22 (2), 244-263, 2017
362017
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