Publications

On this page you will find all publications by the research team members as the project progresses.

2013:

  • Broersma, M. (2013). Betrokken en gericht. Regionale journalistiek in de toekomst. Waalre: Heimdall Publishers.
  • Costera Meijer, I. (2013). Valuable Journalism: The search for quality from the vantage point of the user. Journalism, 14(6), 754-770.
  • Costera Meijer, I. (2013). When news hurts. The promise of participatory storytelling for urban problem neighbourhoods. Journalism Studies, 14(1), 13-28.
  • Costera Meijer, I. (2013). Beruchte buurten? Een journalistieke koorddans tussen kritiek en inspiratie in probleemwijken. In E Tonkens & M de Wilde (Eds.), Als meedoen pijn doet. Affectief burgerschap in de wijk. Kennis, openbare mening, politiek. Tijdschrift voor sociale vraagstukken. Jaarboek. Amsterdam: Van Gennep.
  • Costera Meijer, I. (2013). Waardevolle Journalistiek voor de regio. In Q. Quint & L. Landman (Eds.), Nieuwsvoorziening in de regio. Studies voor het stimuleringsfonds voor de pers / s39. Diemen: AMB.

2014:

2015

  • Allan, S. & Peters, C. (2015). The “public eye” or “disaster tourists”: Investigating public perceptions of citizen smartphone imagery. Digital Journalism 3 (4), 477-494.
  • Costera Meijer, I. (2015). Wat is belangrijk en interessant in de regio? Publieks- en stakeholdersonderzoek naar het aanbod van regionale omroepen van Zuid-Holland.
  • Costera Meijer, I. (2015). What is good research? Some concepts for media researchers who want to take audiences and users seriously. RMeS Winterschool, 29 January, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Costera Meijer, I. (2015). How do we analyze cross-media news use in a hybrid media environment and what does it mean for journalism and journalism studies? Re-Inventing Journalism, Winterthur, Switzerland.
  • Costera Meijer, I., Domingo, D., & Masip, P. (2015). Tracing digital news networks. Towards an integrated framework of the dynamics of news production, circulation and use. Digital Journalism 3 (1), 53-67.
  • Costera Meijer, I. & Groot Kormelink, T. (2015). Clicken, checken, delen, snacken, linken: Veranderend gebruik van journalistiek, 2004-2014. In: Bardoel, J. & Wijfjes, H. (Eds.), Journalistieke cultuur in Nederland (pp. 289-307). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Amsterdam University Press.
  • Groot Kormelink, T., & Costera Meijer, I. (2015). Truthful or Engaging? Surpassing the dilemma between reality and storytelling in journalism. Digital Journalism 3 (2), 158-174.
  • Groot Kormelink, T. & Costera Meijer, I. (2015). Beyond clicks and hits: Exploring digital news user practices. Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, 3-4 februari 2015, Antwerpen, België.
  • Groot Kormelink, T., Costera Meijer, I., & Kleppe, M. (2015). Engaging Politics: How news users experience and value different narrative forms in current affairs TV.  Future of Journalism 2015, 10-11 September, Cardiff, United Kingdom.
  • Kleppe, M. (2015) Tracking digitally consumer News. TLC Lunchseminar, 15 June 2015, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
  • Kleppe, M. (2015), Analyzing Published and Consumed Digital and Digitized News. Social media: Incubators of a renewed News Media Landscape? Interdisciplinary symposium on the impact of social media on news production and consumption. 27 November 2015, Leuven, Belgium.
  • Kleppe, M., Costera Meijer, I., (2015), Tracking Digitally Consumed News. Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, 3-4 februari 2015, Antwerpen, België.
  • Kleppe, M., Costera Meijer, I. (2015), De nieuwsgebruiker als product, consument en burger. Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, 3-4 februari 2015, Antwerpen, België.
  • Kleppe, M., Costera Meijer, I. (2015) Monitoring online user behaviour. The case of the Newstracker. Digital Humanities Benelux, 8-9 June 2015, Antwerp, Belgium
  • Kleppe, M., Costera Meijer, I. (2015) Tracking digitally consumed news. Monitoring and understanding everyday online news consumption of young highly-educated students. Future of Journalism, 10-11 September, Cardiff, United Kingdom.
  • Peters, C. (2015). Book Review: The News Gap: Pablo J Boczkowski and Eugenia Mitchelstein. Journalism, 16 (2), 299-301.
  • Peters, C. and Witschge, T. (2015). From Grand Narratives of Democracy to Small Expectations of Participation: Audiences, citizenship, and interactive tools in digital journalism. Journalism Practice 9 (1), 19-34.
  • Schrøder, K. C., Kobbernagel, C., & Peters, C. (2015). Capturing the Audience: The Methodological Challenges Arising from Dynamic Practices, Meanings and Experiences of News Consumption. Future of Journalism 2015, 10-11 September, Cardiff, United Kingdom.
  • Swart, J. & Broersma, M. (2015). Netherlands. Country Analysis. In: Fletcher, R. & Radcliffe, D. (Eds.), Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2015. Supplementary Report (pp. 26-28). Oxford, United Kingdom: Reuters Institute.
  • Swart, J., Peters, C., Schrøder, K. C., & Broersma, M. (2015). Frequently used, highly appreciated?: The value of news in people’s everyday lives. Future of Journalism 2015, Cardiff, United Kingdom.
  • Van Cauwenberge, A., d’Haenens, L. & Beentjes, H. (2015). How to take advantage of tablet computers: Effects of news structure on attention, recall and comprehensionCommunications: the European Journal of Communication Research 40 (4), 425-446.

2016

  • Broersma, M., Brouwers, B., Horst, K. ter en Zuiderveld, E. (2016). Journalistiek in Drenthe: een scenarioverkenning. Groningen: Centre for Media and Journalism Studies, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (73 pp.).
  • Broersma, M. and Peters, C. (2016). Towards a functional perspective on journalism’s role and relevance. In: Chris Peters and Marcel Broersma (Eds.), Rethinking Journalism Again. Societal role and public relevance in a digital age. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 1-17.
  • Costera Meijer, I. (2016). Bridging what people want and what they need. Making sense of the experience of journalism in people’s everyday lives.
  • Costera Meijer, I. (2016). How a user-based approach changes the dynamics and conditions for (networked) journalism.
  • Costera Meijer, I. (2016). Journalism as experience. Why it matters and what differences it makes.
  • Costera Meijer, I. (2016). Valuable Journalism? Taking storytelling and entertainmnent seriously from a news user perspective.
  • Costera Meijer, I. (2016). Practicing Audience-centred Journalism Research. Witschge, Tamara, C.W. Anderson, David Domingo and Alfred Hermida (eds). The Sage Handbook of Digital Journalism. Los Angeles etc.: Sage. 546 – 561
  • Costera Meijer, I. & Bijleveld, H. (2016). Valuable Journalism: Measuring news quality from a user’s perspective. Journalism Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1461670X.2016.1175963.
  • Costera Meijer I. & Groot Kormelink, T. (2016). Revisiting the audience turn in journalism: How a user-based approach changes the meaning of clicks, transparency and citizen participation. In: Franklin, B. & Eldridge II, S. (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Digital Journalism Studies. Oxford, United Kingdom: Routledge. 345 – 353
  • Costera Meijer, I., Groot Kormelink, T., & Kleppe, M. (2016). Catching people’s news experience. Why we use and what we have learned from the ‘day in the life method’, think aloud protocols, video ethnography and digital news tracking. Paper presented at ECREA.
  • Groot Kormelink, T., & Costera Meijer, I. (2016). “It’s catchy but it gets you f*cking nowhere”: How users experience current affairs TV. Poster session presented at ICA Conference.
  • Peters, C. Spaces of News Audiences. In: T. Witschge, C. W. Anderson, D. Domingo, & Hermida, A. (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Digital Journalism. London: Sage.
  • Peters, C. and Broersma, M. (2016). The Rhetorical Illusions of News. In: Chris Peters and Marcel Broersma (Eds.), Rethinking Journalism Again. Societal role and public relevance in a digital age. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 188-204.
  • Swart, J., Peters, C. & Broersma, M. (2016). Repositioning news and public connection in everyday life. A user-oriented perspective on inclusiveness, engagement, relevance and constructiveness. Media, Culture & Society, online, 1-17.
  • Swart, J., Peters, C. & Broersma, M. (2016). Navigating Cross-Media News Use. Media repertoires and the value of news in everyday life. Journalism Studies, online, 1-21.
  • Swart, J. & Broersma, M. (2016). Netherlands. Country Analysis. In: Newman, N. (Ed.), Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2016 (pp. 58-59). Oxford, United Kingdom: Reuters Institute.

2017

2018

  • Boesman, J. L. J., & Costera-Meijer, I. C. (2018, July 10). Nothing but the facts? Exploring the discursive space for storytelling and truth-seeking in journalism. Journalism Practice. DOI: 10.1080/17512786.2018.1493947.
  • Boesman, J. L. J., & Costera Meijer, I. C. (2018). Nothing but the facts? What journalists talk about when they talk about storytelling and truth-finding. Paper presented at International Communication Association, Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Boesman, J. L. J., & Costera-Meijer, I. C. (2018). “Don’t read me the news, tell me the story”: How news makers and storytellers negotiate journalism’s boundaries when preparing and presenting news stories. Official Research Journal of the International Symposium on Online Journalism, 8(1), 13-32.
  • Boesman, J. L. J., & Van Gorp, B. (2018). Driving The Frame: How News Values, News Pegs, and Story Angles Guide Journalistic Frame-Building. In P. D’Angelo (Ed.), Doing News Framing Analysis II : Empirical and Theoretical Perspectives (pp. 112-134). New York, NY: Routledge
  • Costera Meijer, I. (2018). The audience turn in Journalism. Taking news experience seriously. In K. Wahl- Jorgensen , & T. Hanitzsch (Eds.), The Handbook of Journalism Studies, Second Edition (2 ed.). Routledge.
  • Costera Meijer, I. & Groot Kormelink, T. (2018). “Netherlands.” In: Newman, N., Fletcher, R., Kalogeropoulos, A., Levy, D.A.L. & Nielsen, R.K. Digital News Report 2018 (pp. 90-91). Oxford, United Kingdom: Reuters Institute.
  • Groot Kormelink, T. & Costera Meijer, I. (2018). What clicks actually mean: Exploring digital news user practices. Journalism 19(5): 668–683.
  • Schaap, G., Kleemans, M., & Van Cauwenberge, A. (2018). Second screening for news: Effects of presentation on information processing and program liking. Computers in Human Behavior, 84, 76-85. DOI: 10.1016/j.chb.2018.02.006
  • Schaap, G., Kleemans, M., & Van Cauwenberge, A. (2018). Second screening for news: Effects of presentation on information processing and program liking. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association, Prague, Czech Republic.
  • Swart, J., Peters, C., & Broersma, M. (2018). Shedding light on the dark social. The connective role of news and journalism in social media communities. New Media & Society, online, 1–17. doi:10.1177/1461444818772063
  • Swart, J., Peters, C., & Broersma, M. (2018). Sharing and discussing news in private social media groups. The social function of news and current affairs in location-based, work-oriented and leisure-focused communities. Digital Journalism, online, 1–17. doi:10.1080/21670811.2018.1465351
  • Swart, J. (2018). Haven’t you heard? Connecting through news and journalism in everyday life. Doctoral dissertation, University of Groningen.
  • Van Cauwenberge, A. (2018). Talking politics 2.0: How young people construct understandings of public affairs through social media networks. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the International Communication Association, Prague, Czech Republic.

Forthcoming

  • Costera Meijer, I. & Groot Kormelink, T. (forthcoming). “Audiences for Journalism.” In: Vos, T.P. (Editor-In-Chief). International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies. Malden, Massachusetts: Wiley-Blackwell.

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