Wouter van Atteveldt
Wouter van Atteveldt
VU University Amsterdam
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Semantic network analysis: Techniques for extracting, representing, and querying media content
WH Van Atteveldt
2512008
Strategic framing in the BP crisis: A semantic network analysis of associative frames
F Schultz, J Kleinnijenhuis, D Oegema, S Utz, W Van Atteveldt
Public Relations Review 38 (1), 97-107, 2012
1882012
Global angling with a local angle: How US, British, and Dutch newspapers frame global and local terrorist attacks
N Ruigrok, W Van Atteveldt
Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics 12 (1), 68-90, 2007
1822007
Rtexttools: A supervised learning package for text classification
TP Jurka, L Collingwood, AE Boydstun, E Grossman, W van Atteveldt
The R Journal 5 (1), 6-12, 2011
166*2011
Quantitative analysis of large amounts of journalistic texts using topic modelling
C Jacobi, W Van Atteveldt, K Welbers
Digital Journalism 4 (1), 89-106, 2016
1342016
News selection criteria in the digital age: Professional norms versus online audience metrics
K Welbers, W Van Atteveldt, J Kleinnijenhuis, N Ruigrok, J Schaper
Journalism 17 (8), 1037-1053, 2016
1172016
Parsing, semantic networks, and political authority using syntactic analysis to extract semantic relations from Dutch newspaper articles
W Van Atteveldt, J Kleinnijenhuis, N Ruigrok
Political Analysis 16 (4), 428-446, 2008
992008
Media logic in election campaign coverage
J Takens, W Van Atteveldt, A Van Hoof, J Kleinnijenhuis
European Journal of Communication 28 (3), 277-293, 2013
952013
Nederland vijfstromenland: De rol van de media en stemwijzers bij de verkiezingen van 2006.
J Kleinnijenhuis, O Scholten, W Van Atteveldt, A van Hoof, A Krouwel, ...
AmsterdamBert Bakker, 2007
912007
Text analysis in R
K Welbers, W Van Atteveldt, K Benoit
Communication Methods and Measures 11 (4), 245-265, 2017
662017
Good news or bad news? Conducting sentiment analysis on Dutch text to distinguish between positive and negative relations
W Van Atteveldt, J Kleinnijenhuis, N Ruigrok, S Schlobach
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 5 (1), 73-94, 2008
612008
Relative political and value proximity in mediated public diplomacy: The effect of state-level homophily on international frame building
T Sheafer, SR Shenhav, J Takens, W Van Atteveldt
Political Communication 31 (1), 149-167, 2014
592014
Financial news and market panics in the age of high-frequency sentiment trading algorithms
J Kleinnijenhuis, F Schultz, D Oegema, W Van Atteveldt
Journalism 14 (2), 271-291, 2013
582013
Party leaders in the media and voting behavior: Priming rather than learning or projection
J Takens, J Kleinnijenhuis, A Van Hoof, W Van Atteveldt
Political Communication 32 (2), 249-267, 2015
442015
Toen Europa de dagbladen ging vullen
J Kleinnijenhuis, J Takens, WH van Atteveldt
Nederlanders en Europa: het referendum over de Europese grondwet, 123-144, 2005
352005
When communication meets computation: Opportunities, challenges, and pitfalls in computational communication science
W van Atteveldt, TQ Peng
Communication Methods and Measures 12 (2-3), 81-92, 2018
292018
A gatekeeper among gatekeepers: News agency influence in print and online newspapers in the Netherlands
K Welbers, W Van Atteveldt, J Kleinnijenhuis, N Ruigrok
Journalism Studies 19 (3), 315-333, 2018
292018
Associative framing: A unified method for measuring media frames and the media agenda
W Van Atteveldt, N Ruigrok, J Kleinnijenhuis
International Communication Association (ICA), 2006
282006
Subject-object asymmetry in child comprehension of wh-questions
W Philip, P Coopmans, W van Atteveldt, M Van der Meer
Proceedings of the 25th Boston University Conference on Language Development …, 2001
272001
Clause analysis: Using syntactic information to automatically extract source, subject, and predicate from texts with an application to the 2008–2009 Gaza War
W Van Atteveldt, T Sheafer, SR Shenhav, Y Fogel-Dror
Political Analysis 25 (2), 207-222, 2017
152017
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