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Gender differences in political media coverage: A meta-analysis
DJ Van der Pas, L Aaldering
Journal of Communication 70 (1), 114-143, 2020
2202020
Political leadership in the media: Gender bias in leader stereotypes during campaign and routine times
L Aaldering, DJ Van Der Pas
British Journal of Political Science 50 (3), 911-931, 2020
1172020
From novelty to normalization? How journalists use the term “fake news” in their reporting
JL Egelhofer, L Aaldering, JM Eberl, S Galyga, S Lecheler
Journalism Studies 21 (10), 1323-1343, 2020
962020
Political leaders and the media. Can we measure political leadership images in newspapers using computer-assisted content analysis?
L Aaldering, R Vliegenthart
Quality & quantity 50, 1871-1905, 2016
932016
Off the fence, onto the bandwagon? A large-scale survey experiment on effect of real-life poll outcomes on subsequent vote intentions
TWG Van der Meer, A Hakhverdian, L Aaldering
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 28 (1), 46-72, 2016
922016
Mediated leader effects: The impact of newspapers’ portrayal of party leadership on electoral support
L Aaldering, T Van der Meer, W Van der Brug
The international journal of press/politics 23 (1), 70-94, 2018
592018
Delegitimizing the media? Analyzing politicians’ media criticism on social media
JL Egelhofer, L Aaldering, S Lecheler
Journal of Language and Politics 20 (5), 653-675, 2021
302021
Populist attitudes and politicians’ disinformation accusations: effects on perceptions of media and politicians
JL Egelhofer, M Boyer, S Lecheler, L Aaldering
Journal of Communication 72 (6), 619-632, 2022
222022
Motivated reasoning in identity politics: Group status as a moderator of political motivations
MM Boyer, L Aaldering, S Lecheler
Political Studies 70 (2), 385-401, 2022
222022
Political representation and educational attainment: Evidence from the Netherlands (1994–2010)
L Aaldering
Political Studies 65 (1_suppl), 4-23, 2017
222017
The (ir) rationality of mediated leader effects
L Aaldering
Electoral Studies 54, 269-280, 2018
182018
“Give me a break!” Prevalence and predictors of intentional news avoidance during the COVID-19 pandemic
S Schäfer, L Aaldering, S Lecheler
Mass Communication and Society 26 (4), 671-694, 2023
172023
Feeling the news? The differential effects of immersive journalism on emotional response
H Greber, S Lecheler, L Aaldering, Y De Haan, S Kruikemeier, N Goutier, ...
Digital Journalism 11 (1), 39-60, 2023
112023
The Worthwhileness of Immersive Journalism—Taking on an Audience Perspective
H Greber, L Aaldering, S Lecheler
Journalism Practice, 1-19, 2023
82023
Don’t throw the frame out with the bathwater: How episodic news frames can prevent identity-motivated reasoning
MM Boyer, S Lecheler, L Aaldering
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 10776990221097057, 2022
72022
Gender differences and similarities in news media effects on political candidate evaluations: a meta-analysis
T Rohrbach, L Aaldering, DJ Van der Pas
Journal of Communication 73 (2), 101-112, 2023
62023
Politics, media and the electoral role of party leaders
A Mughan, L Aaldering
The Routledge handbook of elections, voting behavior and public opinion, 170-180, 2017
52017
Gender bias in political candidate evaluation among voters: The role of party support and political gender attitudes
DJ Pas, L Aaldering, E Steenvoorden
Frontiers in Political Science 4, 921252, 2022
32022
Looks Like a Leader: Measuring Evolution in Gendered Politician Stereotypes
D Van Der Pas, L Aaldering, AL Bos
Political Behavior, 1-23, 2023
22023
Media-aandacht voor vrouwelijke lijsttrekkers
L Aaldering
22021
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