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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
9282017
Effects of election news coverage: How visibility and tone influence party choice
DN Hopmann, R Vliegenthart, C De Vreese, E Albæk
Political communication 27 (4), 389-405, 2010
2952010
Populism and the media: Cross-national findings and perspectives
F Esser, A Stępińska, DN Hopmann
Populist political communication in Europe, 365-380, 2016
2922016
Framing climate change: A study of US and Swedish press coverage of global warming
A Shehata, DN Hopmann
Journalism studies 13 (2), 175-192, 2012
2502012
Party media agenda-setting: How parties influence election news coverage
DN Hopmann, C Elmelund-Præstekær, E Albæk, R Vliegenthart, ...
Party Politics 18 (2), 173-191, 2012
2302012
Political balance in the news: A review of concepts, operationalizations and key findings
DN Hopmann, P Van Aelst, G Legnante
Journalism 13 (2), 240-257, 2012
2202012
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
1782021
Determinants of news content: Comparing journalists’ perceptions of the normative and actual impact of different event properties when deciding what's news
J Strömbäck, M Karlsson, DN Hopmann
Journalism Studies 13 (5-6), 718-728, 2012
1772012
Incumbency bonus in election news coverage explained: The logics of political power and the media market
DN Hopmann, CH De Vreese, E Albæk
Journal of Communication 61 (2), 264-282, 2011
1712011
Comparing political journalism
C De Vreese, F Esser, DN Hopmann
Routledge, 2017
159*2017
Contagious media effects: How media use and exposure to game-framed news influence media trust
DN Hopmann, A Shehata, J Strömbäck
Mass Communication and Society 18 (6), 776-798, 2015
1342015
Does mediatization change MP-media interaction and MP attitudes toward the media? Evidence from a longitudinal study of Danish MPs
C Elmelund-Præstekær, DN Hopmann, AS Nørgaard
The International Journal of Press/Politics 16 (3), 382-403, 2011
1212011
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, 146144482110456, 2021
1172021
When the rally-around-the-flag effect disappears, or: when the COVID-19 pandemic becomes “normalized”
B Johansson, DN Hopmann, A Shehata
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 31 (sup1), 321-334, 2021
1112021
The rise of the media punditocracy? Journalists and media pundits in Danish election news 1994—2007
DN Hopmann, J Strömbäck
Media, Culture & Society 32 (6), 943-960, 2010
95*2010
Indicating mediatization? Two decades of election campaign television coverage
R Zeh, DN Hopmann
European Journal of Communication 28 (3), 225-240, 2013
862013
Television channel content profiles and differential knowledge growth: A test of the inadvertent learning hypothesis using panel data
A Shehata, DN Hopmann, L Nord, J Höijer
Political communication 32 (3), 377-395, 2015
782015
A meta-analysis of the effects of cross-cutting exposure on political participation
J Matthes, J Knoll, S Valenzuela, DN Hopmann, C Von Sikorski
Political Communication 36 (4), 523-542, 2019
772019
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
682022
The contingencies of ordinary citizen appearances in political television news
DN Hopmann, A Shehata
Journalism Practice 5 (6), 657-671, 2011
682011
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