sofie van bauwel
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Gender and media: Representing, producing, consuming
T Krijnen, S Van Bauwel
Routledge, 2015
Slashing the fiction of queer theory: Slash fiction, queer reading, and transgressing the boundaries of screen studies, representations, and audiences
F Dhaenens, S Van Bauwel, D Biltereyst
Journal of Communication Inquiry 32 (4), 335-347, 2008
Commenting on pictures: Teens negotiating gender and sexualities on social networking sites
S De Ridder, S Van Bauwel
Sexualities 16 (5-6), 565-586, 2013
Sex and the city: a postfeminist point of view? Or how popular culture functions as a channel for feminist discourses
F Adriaens, S Van Bauwel
Journal of Popular Culture 47 (1), 174-195, 2014
YouTube: A political advertising tool? A case study of the use of YouTube in the campaign for the European Parliament elections
L Vesnic-Alujevic, S Van Bauwel
Journal of Political Marketing 13 (3), 195-212, 2014
Tracing female gamer identity. An empirical study into gender and stereotype threat perceptions
L Vermeulen, S Van Bauwel, J Van Looy
Computers in Human Behavior 71, 90-98, 2017
The discursive construction of gay teenagers in times of mediatization: youth's reflections on intimate storytelling, queer shame and realness in popular social media places
S De Ridder, S Van Bauwel
Journal of Youth Studies 18 (6), 777-793, 2015
Queer resistances in the adult animated sitcom
F Dhaenens, S Van Bauwel
Television & New Media 13 (2), 124-138, 2012
Youth and intimate media cultures: Gender, sexuality, relationships, and desire as storytelling practices in social networking sites
S De Ridder, S Van Bauwel
Communications 40 (3), 319-340, 2015
Gendered transformations: theory and practices on gender and media
C Alvares, T Krijnen, S Van Bauwel
Intellect Books, 2011
Realiteit en fictie: tweemaal hetzelfde?
D Biltereyst, S Van Bauwel, P Meers
Koning Boudewijnstichting, 2000
Gender and media
T Krijnen
The International Encyclopedia of Gender, Media, and Communication, 1-9, 2020
Trans-reality television: the transgression of reality, genre, politics, and audience
V Bauwel
Lexington Books, 2012
Media literacy and audiovisual languages: a case study from Belgium
S Van Bauwel
Educational Media International 45 (2), 119-130, 2008
Diasporic film cultures from a multi-level perspective: Moroccan and Indian cinematic flows in and towards Antwerp (Belgium)
K Smets, I Vandevelde, P Meers, R Vande Winkel, S Van Bauwel
Critical Studies in Media Communication 30 (4), 257-274, 2013
Queer theory and change. Towards a pragmatic approach to resistance and subversion in media research on gay and lesbian identities
S De Ridder, F Dhaenens, S Van Bauwel
Observatorio (OBS*) 5 (2), 2011
Looking for gender equality in journalism
S Torkkola, I Ruoho
Gendered transformations: theory and practices on gender and media, 203-220, 2011
A semi-public diasporic space: Turkish film screenings in Belgium
K Smets, P Meers, RV Winkel, S Van Bauwel
Communications 36 (4), 395-414, 2011
The good, the bad or the queer: Articulations of queer resistance in The Wire
F Dhaenens, S Van Bauwel
Sexualities 15 (5-6), 702-717, 2012
‘I don’t wanna be anything other than me’: A case study on gender representations of teenagers in American teen drama series One Tree Hill
E Van Damme, S Van Bauwel
Interactions: Studies in Communication & Culture 2 (1), 17-33, 2012
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