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Academic publications in 2019

  • Almenara Niebla, S. (2019). La construcción del movimiento estudiantil nigeriano. Modelos de resistencia heredados y su impacto en el periodo postcolonial. Cescontexto. Debates, 20, 90–98.
  • Bauwens, J. R., Thorbjornsson, G. B., & Verstrynge, K. (2019). Unplug Your Life. Digital Detox Through a Kierkegaardian Lens, 24(1), 415–436. doi: 10.1515/kierke-2019-0017
  • Bogaerts, J., & Carpentier, N. (2019). The postmodern challenge to journalism. In L. Van Brussel, B. De Cleen, & N. Carpentier (Eds.), Strategies for constructing a trustworthy identity (pp. 141–156). Bristol: Intellect Publishers.
  • Carpentier, N. (2019a). About Dislocations and Invitations. In T. Marttila (Ed.), Deepening the Conceptualization of the Discursive-Material Knot (pp. 155–178). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Carpentier, N. (2019b). An Introduction to Respublika! Experiments in the Performance of Participation and Democracy. In N. Carpentier (Ed.), Respublika! (pp. 3–8). Limassol: NeMe.
  • Carpentier, N. (2019c). Community Media as Rhizome. In N. Carpentier (Ed.), Respublika! (pp. 19–28). Limassol: NeMe.
  • Carpentier, N. (2019d). Enriching Discourse Theory. The Discursivematerial Knot 1 as a Non-Hierarchical Ontology, 9(2), 369–384. doi: 10.1332/204378919X15526540593633
  • Carpentier, N. (2019e). Introduction to Interactions. In Respublika! (pp. 199–199). Limassol: NeMe.
  • Carpentier, N. (2019f). Introduction to Participations. In N. Carpentier (Ed.), Respublika! (pp. 17–18). Limassol: NeMe.
  • Carpentier, N. (2019g). Introduction to Reflections about Identity, Community, Technology and Nature. In N. Carpentier (Ed.), Respublika! (pp. 265–265). Limassol: NeMe.
  • Carpentier, N. (2019h). Introduction to Reflections about Politics and Democracy. In N. Carpentier (Ed.), Respublika! (pp. 125–125). Limassol: NeMe.
  • Carpentier, N. (2019i). Memorialization, participation and self-representation. In T. Thomas, M.-M. Kruse, & M. Stehling (Eds.), Remembering refugeedom in the Cypriot village of Dasaki Achnas (pp. 197–219). Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield.
  • Carpentier, N. (2019j). Mirror Palace of Democracy. In N. Carpentier (Ed.), Respublika! (pp. 146–153). Limassol: NeMe.
  • Carpentier, N. (2019k). Putting your relationship to the test. In L. Van Brussel, B. De Cleen, & N. Carpentier (Eds.), Constructions of fidelity, seduction and participation in Temptation Island (pp. 115–136). Bristol: Intellect Publishers.
  • Carpentier, N. (Ed.). (2019l). Respublika! Limassol: NeMe.
  • Carpentier, N. (2019m). The Art of Community Media Organisations. In N. Carpentier (Ed.), Respublika! (pp. 29–33). Limassol: NeMe.
  • Carpentier, N., De Cleen, B., & Van Brussel, L. (2019). Introduction. In L. Van Brussel, B. De Cleen, & N. Carpentier (Eds.), Discourse Theory, Media and Communication, and the Work of the Brussels Discourse Theory Group (pp. 3–31). Bristol: Intellect Publishers.
  • Carpentier, N., & Doudaki, V. (2019a). Benamystės kaip diskursyvios politinės kovos konstravimas. Diskursyvus Teorinis Benamio Subjekto Pozicijos Perskaitymas, 30(1), 71–79. doi: 10.6001/fil-soc.v30i1.3918
  • Carpentier, N., & Doudaki, V. (2019b). Critiquing hegemony and fostering alternative ways of thinking about homelessness. The Articulation of the Homeless Subject Position in the Greek Street Paper Shedia, 4(1), 5–31.
  • Carpentier, N., & Hannot, W. (2019). To be a common hero. In L. Van Brussel, B. De Cleen, & N. Carpentier (Eds.), The uneasy balance between the ordinary and ordinariness in the subject position of mediated ordinary people in the talk show Jan Publiek (pp. 227–244). Bristol: Intellect Publishers.
  • Carpentier, N., MELO, A. D., & Ribeiro, F. (2019a). Rescuing participation. A Critique on the Dark Participation Concept, 36, 17–35.
  • Carpentier, N., MELO, A. D., & Ribeiro, F. (2019b). Resgatar a participação. Para Uma Crítica Sobre o Lado Oculto Do Conceito, 36, 17–35.
  • Carpentier, N., & Trioen, M. (2019). The particularity of objectivity. In L. Van Brussel, B. De Cleen, & N. Carpentier (Eds.), A post-structuralist and psychoanalytical reading of the gap between objectivity-as-a-value and objectivity-as-a-practice in the 2003 Iraqi War coverage (pp. 159–178). Bristol: Intellect Publishers.
  • Cock, D., Rozane, Sundin, E., & Mistiaen, V. (2019). The Refugee Situation as Portrayed in News Media: A Content Analysis of Belgian and Swedish Newspapers—2015-2017. In L. d’Haenens, W. Joris, & F. Heindryckx (Eds.), Image of Immigrants and Refugees: Public Debate, Media and Policy Agenda (pp. 39–56). Leuven University Press.
  • d’Haenens, L., & Joris, W. (2019a). Images of Immigrants and Refugees in Western Europe. In L. d’Haenens, W. Joris, & F. Heinderyckx (Eds.), Media Representations, Public Opinion, and Refugees’ Experiences (pp. 7–18). Leuven University Press.
  • d’Haenens, L., & Joris, W. (2019b). Introduction to Communicating on/with Minorities. Media and Communication, 7(1), 1–3. doi: 10.17645/mac.v7i1.1985
  • d’Haenens, L., & Joris, W. (2019c). Representations from a Multi-Stakeholders Perspective: A Research Agenda. In K. Smets, K. Leurs, M. Georgiou, S. Witteborn, & R. Gajjala (Eds.), The SAGE Handbook of Media and Migration (pp. 437–450). London: SAGE Publications Ltd.
  • d’Haenens, L., Joris, W., & Heinderyckx, F. (Eds.). (2019). Images of Immigrants and Refugees in Western Europe. Leuven University Press.
  • d’Haenens, L., Joris, W., & Kik, Q. (2019). The missing link: Blind spots in Europe’s local and regional news provision. In Digital media inequalities: Policies against divides, distrust and discrimination (pp. 141–157). Nordicom.
  • De Cleen, B. (2019a). The populist political logic and the analysis of the discursive construction of ‘the people’ and ‘the elite’. In J. Zienkowski & R. Breeze (Eds.), Imagining the Peoples of Europe. Populist discourses across the political spectrum. (pp. 19–42). John Benjamins Publishing Company. doi: 10.1075/dapsac.83.02cle
  • De Cleen, B. (2019b). The stage as an arena of struggle: The struggle between the Vlaams Blok/Belang and the Flemish city theatres. In L. Van Brussel, N. Carpentier, & B. De Cleen (Eds.), Communication and Discourse Theory. Collected Works of the Brussels Discourse Theory Group (pp. 79–92). Bristol: Intellect Publishers.
  • De Cleen, B., & Carpentier, N. (2019). Contesting the populist claim on ‘the people’ through popular culture. In L. Van Brussel, B. De Cleen, & N. Carpentier (Eds.), The 0110 concerts versus the Vlaams Belang (pp. 283–306). Bristol: Intellect Publishers.
  • De Cleen, B., & Stavrakakis, I. (2019). Populismo y nacionalismo: Representando al pueblo como “los de abajo” y como nación. Anales de La Cátedra Francisco Suárez, 53, 97–130.
  • De Coninck, D., d’Haenens, L., & Joris, W. (2019). Investigating intergroup attitudes in Europe: Cross-national data on news media, attitudes towards newcomers, and socio-psychological indicators. Data in Brief, 26(104535), 1–7. doi: 10.1016/j.dib.2019.104535
  • Doudaki, V., & Carpentier, N. (2019). The construction of the homeless in the Greek street paper shedia. In M. F. Murru, F. Colombo, L. Peja, S. Tosoni, R. Kilborn, R. Kunelius, … N. Carpentier (Eds.), Communication as the intersection of the old and the new (pp. 85–103). Bremen: Edition Lumière. Retrieved from http://www.researchingcommunication.eu/TOC_book14.html
  • Eeckman, E. (2019). Power to the patient? In M. F. Murru, F. Colombo, L. Peja, S. Tosoni, R. Kilborn, R. Kunelius, … N. Carpentier (Eds.), Studying the balance of power between patient and GP in relation top Web health information (pp. 185–196). Bremen: Edition Lumière. Retrieved from http://researchingcommunication.eu
  • Frissen, T., Smets, K., & d’Haenens, L. (2019). The cummulative role of different types of media in the radicalisation puzzle. In N. Clycq, C. Timmerman, D. Vanheule, R. Van Caudenberg, & S. Ravn (Eds.), Radicalization: A marginal phenomenon or a mirror to society? (pp. 153–192). Leuven University Press.
  • Joris, W., d’Haenens, L., & Van Gorp, B. (2019). The effects of metaphorical frames on attitudes: The Euro crisis as war or disease?. Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research, 44(4), 447–468. doi: 10.1515/commun-2018-2021
  • Joris, W., & De Cock, R. (2019). The Effects of Dominant versus Peripheral News Frames on Attitudes toward Refugees and News Story Credibility. In L. d’Haenens, W. Joris, & F. Heinderyckx (Eds.), Images of Immigrants and Refugees in Western Europe (pp. 159–174). Leuven: Leuven University Press.
  • Knops, L., & De Cleen, B. (2019). The Radical Right versus the Media: From Media Critique to Claims of (Mis)Representation. Politics and Governance, 7(3), 165–178. doi: 10.17645/pag.v7i3.2131
  • Lepik, K., & Carpentier, N. (2019). Articulating the visitor in public knowledge institutions. In L. Van Brussel, B. De Cleen, & N. Carpentier (Eds.), Communication and Discourse Theory (pp. 203–224). Bristol: Intellect Publishers.
  • Maes, F., & Segers, K. (2019). Het Festival van Vlaanderen als actor in cultuur. LannooCampus.
  • Mistiaen, V. (2019). Depiction of immigration in television news: A comparison between public and commercial broadcasters. In L. d’Haenens, W. Joris, & F. Heindryckx (Eds.), Images of Immigrants and Refugees in Western Europe (pp. 57–82). Leuven University Press.
  • Murru, M. F., Colombo, F., Peja, L., TOSONI, S., Kilborn, R., Kunelius, R., … Carpentier, N. (Eds.). (2019). Communication as the intersection of the old and the new. Bremen: Edition Lumière.
  • Murru, M. F., TOSONI, S., Peja, L., & Carpentier, N. (2019). Introduction. In M. F. Murru, F. Colombo, L. Peja, S. Tosoni, R. Kilborn, R. Kunelius, … N. Carpentier (Eds.), Communication as the intersection of the old and the new (pp. 7–15). Bremen: Edition Lumière. Retrieved from http://www.researchingcommunication.eu/TOC_book14.html
  • Nossek, H., & Carpentier, N. (2019). Community media, their communities and conflict. A Mapping Analysis of Israeli Community Broadcasting Groups, 4(2), 1–13.
  • Peres Cajias, A. G. (2019). ¿PRODUCCIÓN DE SENTIDO PARA EL CAMBIO SOCIAL? UNA REVISIÓN CONCEPTUAL DESDE LA FILOSOFÍA A LOS ESTUDIOS DE ORGANIZACIÓN SOCIAL, 24(38), 73–81.
  • Qiong, D. (2019). Museums and the Communication of Culture in the Digital Era in a Chinese Context (PhD thesis). ASP / VUBPRESS, Brussels.
  • Smets, K. (2019a). Doing media and diaspora research: Methodological challenges and innovations. In J. Retis & R. Tsagarousianou (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell handbook of diaspora and culture (pp. 97–111). Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Smets, K. (2019b). Media and immobility: The affective and symbolic immobility of forced migrants. European Journal of Communication, 34(6), 650–660. doi: 10.1177/0267323119886167
  • Smets, K., Leurs, K., Georgiou, M., Witteborn, S., & Gajjala, R. (2019a). Editorial introduction. Media and migration: Research encounters. In The SAGE Handbook of Media and Migration (pp. xlv–lxii). SAGE Publications Ltd. Retrieved from https://uk.sagepub.com/en-gb/eur/the-sage-handbook-of-media-and-migration/book260835
  • Smets, K., Leurs, K., Georgiou, M., Witteborn, S., & Gajjala, R. (Eds.). (2019b). The SAGE Handbook of Media and Migration. London: SAGE Publications Ltd.
  • Smets, K., MAZZOCCHETTI, J., Gerstmans, L., & Mostmans, L. (2019). Beyond victimhood: Reflecting on dominant representations with Afghan, Iraqi and Syrian refugees in Belgium. In L. d’Haenens, W. Joris, & F. Heinderyckx (Eds.), Images of immigrants and refugees in Western Europe (pp. 177–197). Leuven University Press.
  • Van Brussel, L., De Cleen, B., & Carpentier, N. (Eds.). (2019). Communication and Discourse Theory. Bristol: Intellect Publishers.
  • Van Den Eede, Y. (2019a). De maakbaarheid van spontaniteit. In Y. Van Den Eede & K. Verstrynge (Eds.), Een herlezing van Ellul (pp. 197–234). Brussel: VUBPRESS.
  • Van Den Eede, Y. (Ed.). (2019b). De maakbare moraal. Brussel: VUBPRESS.
  • Van Den Eede, Y. (2019c). Illiterate or Diseased? In Two Models for Media Ethics (pp. 61–61). Media Ecology Association (MEA).
  • Van Den Eede, Y. (2019d). Talking the Walk, Walking the Talk. In A New Look at Materiality and Discursivity in Postphenomenology. The Society for Philosophy and Technology (SPT).
  • Van Den Eede, Y. (2019e). Talking versus Doing. In Thinking “Making” in the Digital World (pp. 29–29). Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies.
  • Van Den Eede, Y. (2019f). The Beauty of Detours. Albany (NY): State University of New York Press.
  • Van Den Eede, Y. (2019g). The Mold Is the Message. In Media Literacy vs. Media Health (Vol. 20, pp. 135–142). Society for Phenomenology and Media.
  • Van Den Eede, Y., & Verstrynge, K. (2019). Voorwoord bij De maakbare moraal. In Y. Van Den Eede & K. Verstrynge (Eds.), De maakbare moraal (pp. 7–10). Brussels: VUBPRESS.
  • Van Neste-Gottignies, A., & Mistiaen, V. (2019). Communication Practices in Asylum Seekers Reception Centres: From Information Precarity to Voluntary Return. ESSACHESS, 12(1), 121–142.
  • Verhoest, P., Bauwens, J. R., & Te Braak, P. (2019). One City, Different Views. Brussels.
  • Verhoest, P., Slaets, A., Leen, d’Haenens, Minnen, J., & Glorieux, I. (2019a). Fragmentation, Homogenisation or Segmentation.
  • Verhoest, P., Slaets, A., Leen, D., Minnen, J., & Glorieux, I. (2019b). Selective exposure in an environment of Information Diversity.
  • Verhoest, P., Slaets, A., Te Braak, P., & Leen, D. (2019). One Image, Different Views.
  • Yildiz, E., & Smets, K. (2019). Internet Trolling in ‘Networked’ Authoritarianism. Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 12(3), 348–368. doi: 10.1163/18739865-01203003
  • Yuksek, D., & Carpentier, N. (2019). Participation, Democracy, and Creating a Radical Progressive Utopia for the 21st Century: An Interview With Nico Carpentier. Momentdergi, 6(2), 516–544.