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Academic publications in 2020

  • Almenara Niebla, S. (2020a). Making digital “home-camps”: Mediating emotions among Sahrawi refugee diaspora, International Journal of Cultural Studies. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 23(5), 728–744. doi: 10.1177/1367877920921876
  • Almenara Niebla, S. (2020b). Transnational Home: Gender and Belonging among the Sahrawi Digital Diaspora (PhD thesis). Retrieved from https://www.educacion.gob.es/teseo/imprimirFichaConsulta.do?idFicha=603306
  • Almenara-Niebla, S. (2020). Review of The Sage Handbook of media and migration. Edited by Kevin Smets, Koen Leurs, Myria Georgiou, Saskia Witteborn, and Radhika Gajjala, London, Sage Publications, 2019, 619 Pp., £120.00 (Hardcover), ISBN: 9781526447210, 23(10), 1549–1551. doi: 10.1080/1369118X.2020.1778057
  • Almenara-Niebla, S., & Ascanio-Sánchez, C. (2020). Connected Sahrawi refugee diaspora in Spain: Gender, social media and digital transnational gossip. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 23(5), 768–783. doi: 10.1177/1367549419869357
  • Badran, Y. (2020). Strategies and (survival) tactics: The case of Syrian oppositional media in Turkey. Journal of Alternative and Community Media, 5(1), 69–85. doi: 10.1386/joacm_00075_1
  • Bauwens, J. R., Gabriels, K., & Mostmans, L. (2020). Navigating Onlife Privacy. A Family Environment Perspective on Children’s Moral Principles, 8(4), 185–196. doi: 10.17645/mac.v8i4.3277
  • Bauwens, J. R., Verhoest, P., & Te Braak, P. (2020). News narratives on Brussels city life. Brussel: CEMESO. doi: 10.13140/RG.2.2.15106.09923
  • Bouteca, N., & De Cleen, B. (2020). Vlaams Blok / Vlaams Belang. In Digitale Encyclopedie van de Vlaamse Beweging. Antwerpen: ADVN.
  • Campos-Serrano, A., & Almenara Niebla, S. (2020). How Spaniards Related to Sub-Saharans: A Long History of Marginal Connections. In Z. Marco (Ed.), A Tight Embrace: Narratives and Dynamics of Euro-African relations (pp. 195–221). Rowman & Littlefield.
  • Carpentier, N. (2020a). Communicating Academic Knowledge Beyond the Written Academic Text. An Autoethnographic Analysis of the Mirror Palace of Democracy Installation Experiment, 14(14), 2120–2143.
  • Carpentier, N. (2020b). Comunicando o conhecimento acadêmico além do texto acadêmico escrito. Uma Análise Autoetnográfica Do Experimento Da Instalação Mirror Palace of Democracy, 14(2), 75–99.
  • Carpentier, N. (2020c). Putting a Non-Essentialist Ontology to Work. A Response to Peter Dahlgren’s Review of the Discursive-Material Knot: Cyprus in Conflict and Community Media Participation, 7(1), 1–12. doi: 10.7146/tjcp.v7i1.119816
  • Carpentier, N. (2020d). Speech and Discourse. In G. Gao & X. Lin (Eds.), An argument for the acknowledgement of conceptual diversity and specificity (pp. 18–28). Communication University of China Press.
  • Carpentier, N., GANTER, S. A., ORTEGA, F., & TORRICO, E. (2020a). A Debate on Post-colonialism and De-coloniality. In F. O. Paulino, G. Kaplún, M. Vicente Mariño, & L. Custódio (Eds.), Latin American and European Perspectives on Change and Hope (pp. 275–293). Lisboa: Media XXI. Retrieved from https://www.alaic.org/site/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Research-Traditions-in-Dialogue.pdf
  • Carpentier, N., GANTER, S. A., ORTEGA, F., & TORRICO, E. (2020b). Un debate sobre el poscolonialismo y la descolonialidad. In F. O. Paulino, G. Kaplún, M. Vicente Mariño, & L. Custódio (Eds.), El cambio y la esperanza desde las perspectivas latinoamericana y europea (pp. 283–303). Lisboa: Media XXI. Retrieved from https://www.alaic.org/site/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Tradiciones-de-Investigacion-en-Dialogo-capa-3.pdf
  • Carpentier, N., & Kejanlioğlu, D. B. (2020). The Militarization of a Public Debate. A Discourse-Theoretical Analysis of the Construction of War and Peace in Public Debates Surrounding the Books of Three Turkish Military Commanders on the “1974 Cyprus Peace Operation”, (3), 107–139. doi: 10.12957/rcd.2020.48366
  • Carpentier, N., & Mylonas, Y. (2020). Discourse-theoretical perspectives on class, populism and participation. An Interview with Nico Carpentier, 5(1), 201–221.
  • De Cleen, B. (2020). Populisme. In Digitale Encyclopedie van de Vlaamse Beweging. Antwerpen: ADVN.
  • De Cleen, B., & Goyvaerts, J. (2020). Belgium—Populism & the Pandemic Report. 7.
  • De Cleen, B., Moffitt, B., Panayotu, P., & Stavrakakis, I. (2020). The Potentials and Difficulties of Transnational Populism: The Case of the Democracy in Europe Movement 2025 (DiEM25). Political Studies, 68(1), 146–166. doi: 10.1177/0032321719847576
  • De Cleen, B., & Speed, E. (2020). Getting the Problem Definition Right: The Radical Right, Populism, Nativism and Public Health. International Journal of Health Policy and Management.
  • De Cleen, B., & Stavrakakis, I. (2020). How should we analyze the connections between populism and nationalism: A response to Rogers Brubaker. Nations and Nationalism, 26(2), 314–322. doi: 10.1111/nana.12575
  • De Cleen, B., Van Aelst, P., & De Swert, K. (2020). De media en het VB: een haat-haat verhouding? In G. Willems & B. De Wever (Eds.), De Verbeelding van de Leeuw. Antwerp: Peristyle.
  • Deneckere, K. (2020). Nuclear Natures (PhD thesis).
  • Doudaki, V., & Carpentier, N. (2020). The articulation of the homeless subject position as subaltern other. In A visual analysis of the Greek street paper shedia (pp. 222–250). Köln: Herbert von Halem Verlag.
  • Erhaim, Z., Badran, Y., & Smets, K. (2020). Epilogue: On Giving and Being a Voice. In K. Smets, K. Leurs, M. Georgiou, S. Witteborn, & R. Gajjala (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Media and Migration (pp. 608–614). London, UK: SAGE Publications Ltd. doi: 10.4135/9781526476982.n57
  • Giaccardi, C., Bourdon, J., Carpentier, N., Drotner, K., Rena, D., & Virginás, A. (2020). Learning from the Virus. The Impact of the Pandemic on Communication, Media and Performing Arts Disciplinary Fields: A Round-Table, (2), 157–169. doi: 10.26350/001200_000096
  • Goyvaerts, J., & De Cleen, B. (2020). Media, Anti-Populist Discourse and the Dynamics of the Populism Debate. In B. Krämer & C. Holtz-Bacha (Eds.), Handbook of Populism and the Media (pp. 83–108). Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft.
  • Joris, W., De Cock, R., De Coninck, D., Heinderyckx, F., Matthys, K., Mazzocchetti, J., … d’Haenens, L. (2020). IM2MEDIATE - Images of Immigrants in the Media: Thought-provoking Effects. Final Report. Brussels: Belgian Science Policy.
  • Joris, W., & Livingstone, S. (2020). Empowering young people in the digital world: Digital skills, literacies and citizenship.
  • Kejanlioğlu, D. B., & Carpentier, N. (2020). The Discursive Construction of War and Peace in the Books of Three Turkish Commanders on the “1974 Cyprus Peace Operation”. Journal of Cyprus Studies, 20(44), 19–46.
  • Leurs, K., Agirreazkuenaga, I., Smets, K., & Mevsimler, M. (2020). The politics and poetics of migrant narratives. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 23(5), 679–697. doi: 10.1177/1367549419896367
  • Lewis, R. S. (2020). Technological Gaze. In A. Daly, F. Cummins, J. Jardine, & D. Moran (Eds.), Understanding How Technologies Transform Perception (pp. 128–142). Routledge. Retrieved from https://www.routledge.com/Perception-and-the-Inhuman-Gaze-Perspectives-from-Philosophy-Phenomenology/Daly-Cummins-Jardine-Moran/p/book/9780367405625
  • Mistiaen, V. (2020). Interview Radio Campus: Histoire du savoir: Projet IM2MEDIAT.
  • Mistiaen, V., Calabrese, L., & De Cleen, B. (2020). The representation of the migrant crisis in the Belgian media. Localised coverage of an international issue. In Tbd.
  • Peres-Cajías, G., Losantos Velasco, M., & Mostmans, L. (2020). Street Children and Social Media. In Identity Construction in the Digital Age (pp. 449–459). New York: Routledge. Retrieved from http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=85099410989&partnerID=8YFLogxK
  • Slaets, A., Verhoest, P., Leen, D., Minnen, J., & Glorieux, I. (2020). Fragmentation, homogenisation or segmentation? A diary study into the diversity of news consumption in a high-choice media environment. European Journal of Communication. doi: 10.1177/0267323120966841
  • Soberon, L., Smets, K., & Biltereyst, D. (2020). Mending the wounds of war: A framework for the analysis of the representation of conflict-related trauma and reconciliation in cinema. In P. Budka & B. Brauchler (Eds.), Theorising media and conflict (pp. 257–276). Berghahn.
  • Van Den Eede, Y. (2020a). Bateson, Gregory (1904–1980). In The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology (pp. 1–3). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. doi: 10.1002/9781405165518.wbeosb007.pub2
  • Van Den Eede, Y. (2020b). Imagining Things. In H. Wiltse (Ed.), Unfolding the “of” in Philosophy of Technology, through Object-Oriented Ontology (pp. 191–213). London: Bloomsbury.
  • Van Den Eede, Y. (2020c). The Purpose of Theory. Why Critical Constructivism Should “Talk” and Postphenomenology Should “Do”, 24(1–2), 114–137. doi: 10.5840/techne202027115
  • Van Den Eede, Y., & Verstrynge, K. (2020). Digitaal naar een nieuw normaal. In M. Brengman (Ed.), Opvolgcultuur 2.0 (pp. 49–56). Brussel: VUBPRESS.
  • Van Keulen, J. (2020). Transnationalisering van televisie en de handel in formats. Een Analyse van Nederlandse En Vlaamse Tv-Programmering En -Productie, 48(3), 167–185.
  • Van Keulen, J., Bauwens, J. R., & Krijnen, T. (2020). “Everyone Working a Little More Closely Together”. The Transnationalization of Creative Production in TV Production Conglomerates, 21(7), 749–767. doi: 10.1177/1527476419844779
  • Verhoest, P., Bauwens, J. R., & Te Braak, P. (2020). One city, different views. An Analysis of Cultural Schemes on Brussels as a Living Environment, 1–19. doi: 10.1080/17535069.2020.1790642
  • Verhoest, P., Leen, d’Haenens, & Vandenberghe, H. (2020). Responsieve diversiteit: Een andere kijk op nieuwsdiversiteit. Tijdschrift Voor Communicatiewetenschap, 48(2), 84–97.
  • Yuksek, D. (2020). Conflict & humanitarian studies and citizen media. In M. Baker, B. B. Blaagaard, H. Jones, & L. Pérez-González (Eds.), The Routledge Encyclopedia of Citizen Media (pp. 86–92). London: Routledge. doi: 10.4324/9781315619811
  • Zienkowski, J., & De Cleen, B. (2020). The polyphonic critique of trade unions: Unpacking the logics of union critical discourse. Critical Discourse Studies. doi: 10.1080/17405904.2020.1769699