Toni G.L.A. van der Meer
Toni G.L.A. van der Meer
Associate Professor Communication Science, University of Amsterdam
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Seeking formula for misinformation treatment in public health crises: The effects of corrective information type and source
TGLA Van der Meer, Y Jin
Health communication, 2019
Misinformation and polarization in a high-choice media environment: How effective are political fact-checkers?
M Hameleers, TGLA Van der Meer
Communication research 47 (2), 227-250, 2020
Emotional crisis communication
TGLA Van der Meer, JWM Verhoeven
Public Relations Review 40 (3), 526-536, 2014
Public framing organizational crisis situations: Social media versus news media
TGLA Van der Meer, P Verhoeven
Public Relations Review 39 (3), 229-231, 2013
A picture paints a thousand lies? The effects and mechanisms of multimodal disinformation and rebuttals disseminated via social media
M Hameleers, TE Powell, TGLA Van Der Meer, L Bos
Political communication 37 (2), 281-301, 2020
The importance of source and credibility perception in times of crisis: Crisis communication in a socially mediated era
W Van Zoonen, T Van Der Meer
Journal of public relations research 27 (5), 371-388, 2015
Employees work-related social-media use: His master's voice
W van Zoonen, TGLA van der Meer, JWM Verhoeven
Public Relations Review 40 (5), 850-852, 2014
When frames align: The interplay between PR, news media, and the public in times of crisis
TGLA Van der Meer, P Verhoeven, H Beentjes, R Vliegenthart
Public Relations Review 40 (5), 751-761, 2014
Communication in times of crisis: The stakeholder relationship under pressure
TGLA van der Meer, P Verhoeven, HWJ Beentjes, R Vliegenthart
Public Relations Review 43 (2), 426-440, 2017
Automated content analysis and crisis communication research
TGLA Van Der Meer
Public Relations Review 42 (5), 952-961, 2016
Disrupting gatekeeping practices: Journalists’ source selection in times of crisis
TGLA Van der Meer, P Verhoeven, JWJ Beentjes, R Vliegenthart
Journalism 18 (9), 1107-1124, 2017
Crafting our own biased media diets: The effects of confirmation, source, and negativity bias on selective attendance to online news
TGLA Van der Meer, M Hameleers, AC Kroon
Mass Communication and Society 23 (6), 937-967, 2020
Feeling “disinformed” lowers compliance with COVID-19 guidelines: Evidence from the US, UK, Netherlands, and Germany
M Hameleers, TGLA van der Meer, A Brosius
Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review 1 (3), 2020
Mediatization and the disproportionate attention to negative news: The case of airplane crashes
TGLA Van der Meer, AC Kroon, P Verhoeven, J Jonkman
Journalism Studies 20 (6), 783-803, 2019
Social media research: The application of supervised machine learning in organizational communication research.
W Van Zoonen, GLA Toni
Computers in human behavior 63, 132-141, 2016
Public frame building: The role of source usage in times of crisis
TGLA van der Meer
Communication research 45 (6), 956-981, 2018
The effects of corrective communication and employee backup on the effectiveness of fighting crisis misinformation
Y Jin, TGLA van der Meer, YI Lee, X Lu
Public Relations Review 46 (3), 101910, 2020
E-democracy: exploring the current stage of e-government
TGLA Van der Meer, D Gelders, S Rotthier
Journal of Information Policy 4, 489-506, 2014
Politicization of corporations and their environment: Corporations’ social license to operate in a polarized and mediatized society
TGLA van der Meer, JGF Jonkman
Public Relations Review 47 (1), 101988, 2021
Organizational crisis-denial strategy: The effect of denial on public framing
TGLA van der Meer
Public Relations Review 40 (3), 537-539, 2014
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