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Liesbeth (E.A.H.M.) Hermans
Liesbeth (E.A.H.M.) Hermans
Professor Journalism / Assistant Professor, Communication Science
Verified email at windesheim.nl
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Online social networks and micro-blogging in political campaigning: The exploration of a new campaign tool and a new campaign style
M Vergeer, L Hermans, S Sams
Party politics 19 (3), 477-501, 2013
5542013
Campaigning on Twitter: Microblogging and online social networking as campaign tools in the 2010 general elections in the Netherlands
M Vergeer, L Hermans
Journal of computer-mediated communication 18 (4), 399-419, 2013
3662013
Personalization in e-campaigning: A cross-national comparison of personalization strategies used on candidate websites of 17 countries in EP elections 2009
L Hermans, M Vergeer
New media & society 15 (1), 72-92, 2013
1662013
Citizen sources in the news: Above and beyond the vox pop?
M Kleemans, G Schaap, L Hermans
Journalism 18 (4), 464-481, 2017
1252017
Is there a future for slow journalism?: The perspective of younger users
N Drok, L Hermans
Slow Journalism, 101-116, 2020
1152020
Elements of constructive journalism: Characteristics, practical application and audience valuation
L Hermans, C Gyldensted
Journalism 20 (4), 535-551, 2019
1142019
Is the voter only a tweet away? Micro-blogging in the 2009 European Parliament elections
MRM Vergeer, E Hermans, S Sams
1062011
Internet in the daily life of journalists: Explaining the use of the Internet by work-related characteristics and professional opinions
L Hermans, M Vergeer, L d'Haenens
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 15 (1), 138-157, 2009
1002009
Web campaigning in the 2009 European Parliament elections: A cross-national comparative analysis
M Vergeer, L Hermans, C Cunha
New media & society 15 (1), 128-148, 2013
992013
Placing constructive journalism in context
L Hermans, N Drok
Journalism Practice 12 (6), 679-694, 2018
972018
Online and newsworthy: Have online sources changed journalism?
S Van Leuven, S Kruikemeier, S Lecheler, L Hermans
Digital Journalism 6 (7), 798-806, 2018
752018
Role orientations: Journalists’ views on their place in society
T Hanitzsch, TP Vos, O Standaert, F Hanusch, JF Hovden, L Hermans, ...
Worlds of journalism: Journalistic cultures around the globe, 161-198, 2019
662019
Analysing online political discussions: Methodological considerations
M Vergeer, L Hermans
Javnost-the public 15 (2), 37-55, 2008
612008
Interest matters: The effects of constructive news reporting on Millennials’ emotions and engagement
L Hermans, T Prins
Journalism 23 (5), 1064-1081, 2022
512022
Decoding youth DNA: The relationship between social engagement and news interest, news media use and news preferences of Dutch millennials
N Drok, L Hermans, K Kats
Journalism 19 (5), 699-717, 2018
492018
Nederlandse journalisten in 2010: Onderzoek naar de kenmerken van de beroepsgroep, professionele opvattingen en het gebruik van digitale media in het journalistieke werk
EAHM Hermans, MRM Vergeer, ARJ Pleijter
Nijmegen: RU, 2011
452011
Unlocking the newsroom: measuring journalists’ perceptions of innovative learning culture
O Porcu, L Hermans, M Broersma
Journalism studies 21 (10), 1420-1438, 2020
342020
Perceived influences: Journalists’ awareness of pressures on their work
T Hanitzsch, J Ramaprasad, J Arroyave, R Berganza, L Hermans, ...
Worlds of journalism: Journalistic cultures around the globe, 103-132, 2019
302019
Internet adoption in the newsroom: Journalists' use of the Internet explained by attitudes and perceived functions
L Hermans, M Vergeer, A Pleijter
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 34 (1), 55-71, 2009
302009
Re-establishing the relationship with the public: Regional journalism and citizens' involvement in the news
L Hermans, G Schaap, J Bardoel
The Future of Journalism: In an Age of Digital Media and Economic …, 2017
292017
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