James Stanyer
James Stanyer
Professor of Communication and Media Analysis, Loughborough University
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Political communication in a high-choice media environment: a challenge for democracy?
P Van Aelst, J Strömbäck, T Aalberg, F Esser, C De Vreese, J Matthes, ...
Annals of the International Communication Association 41 (1), 3-27, 2017
The personalization of mediated political communication: A review of concepts, operationalizations and key findings
P Van Aelst, T Sheafer, J Stanyer
Journalism 13 (2), 203-220, 2012
Hard and soft news: A review of concepts, operationalizations and key findings
C Reinemann, J Stanyer, S Scherr, G Legnante
Journalism 13 (2), 221-239, 2012
Populism as an expression of political communication content and style: A new perspective
CH De Vreese, F Esser, T Aalberg, C Reinemann, J Stanyer
The international journal of press/politics 23 (4), 423-438, 2018
Mediatization: Key concept or conceptual bandwagon?
D Deacon, J Stanyer
Media, culture & society 36 (7), 1032-1044, 2014
Intimate politics: Publicity, privacy and the personal lives of politicians in media saturated democracies
J Stanyer
John Wiley & Sons, 2013
Modern political communications: Mediated politics in uncertain terms
J Stanyer
Polity, 2007
Political information opportunities in Europe: A longitudinal and comparative study of thirteen television systems
F Esser, CH De Vreese, J Strömbäck, P Van Aelst, T Aalberg, J Stanyer, ...
The international journal of press/politics 17 (3), 247-274, 2012
Does a crisis change news habits? A comparative study of the effects of COVID-19 on news media use in 17 European countries
P Van Aelst, F Toth, L Castro, V Štětka, C Vreese, T Aalberg, AS Cardenal, ...
Digital Journalism 9 (9), 1208-1238, 2021
Reader opinion in the digital age: Tabloid and broadsheet newspaper websites and the exercise of political voice
JE Richardson, J Stanyer
Journalism 12 (8), 983-1003, 2011
Elected representatives, online self-presentation and the personal vote: Party, personality and webstyles in the United States and United Kingdom
J Stanyer
Information, Community & Society 11 (3), 414-432, 2008
Does the platform matter? Social media and COVID-19 conspiracy theory beliefs in 17 countries
Y Theocharis, A Cardenal, S Jin, T Aalberg, DN Hopmann, J Strömbäck, ...
new media & society 25 (12), 3412-3437, 2023
Comparative media analysis: Why some fuzzy thinking might help. Applying fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis to the personalization of mediated political communication
J Downey, J Stanyer
European journal of communication 25 (4), 331-347, 2010
Web 2.0 and the transformation of news and journalism
J Stanyer
Routledge handbook of internet politics, 201-213, 2008
Populist actors as communicators or political actors as populist communicators: Cross-national findings and perspectives
J Stanyer, S Salgado, J Strömbäck
Populist political communication in Europe, 353-363, 2016
‘Mediatization and’ or ‘Mediatization of’? A response to Hepp et al.
D Deacon, J Stanyer
Media, Culture & Society 37 (4), 655-657, 2015
The political communication reader
R Negrine, J Stanyer
Taylor & Francis, 2023
Public images, private lives: An introduction
J Stanyer, D Wring
Parliamentary affairs 57 (1), 1-8, 2004
Online campaign communication and the phenomenon of blogging: an analysis of web logs during the 2005 British general election campaign
J Stanyer
Aslib Proceedings 58 (5), 404-415, 2006
Navigating high-choice European political information environments: A comparative analysis of news user profiles and political knowledge
L Castro, J Strömbäck, F Esser, P Van Aelst, C de Vreese, T Aalberg, ...
The International Journal of Press/Politics 27 (4), 827-859, 2022
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