Sarah Van Leuven
Sarah Van Leuven
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Foreign reporting and sourcing practices in the network sphere: A quantitative content analysis of the Arab Spring in Belgian news media
S Van Leuven, A Heinrich, A Deprez
New Media & Society 17 (4), 573-591, 2015
832015
Towards more balanced news access? A study on the impact of cost-cutting and Web 2.0 on the mediated public sphere
S Van Leuven, A Deprez, K Raeymaeckers
Journalism 15 (7), 850-867, 2014
562014
Civil society organizations at the gates? A gatekeeping study of news making efforts by NGOs and government institutions
S Van Leuven, S Joye
The International Journal of Press/Politics 19 (2), 160-180, 2014
462014
Global Journalism between Dream and Reality: A comparative study of The Times, Le Monde and De Standaard
S Van Leuven, P Berglez
Journalism Studies 17 (6), 667-683, 2016
332016
360 video journalism: experimental study on the effect of immersion on news experience and distant suffering
K Van Damme, A All, L De Marez, S Van Leuven
Journalism Studies 20 (14), 2053-2076, 2019
322019
Online And Newsworthy: Have online sources changed journalism?
S Van Leuven, S Kruikemeier, S Lecheler, L Hermans
Digital Journalism 6 (7), 798-806, 2018
322018
About pseudo quarrels and trustworthiness: A multi-method study of health journalism, sourcing practices and Twitter
A Deprez, S Van Leuven
Journalism studies 19 (9), 1257-1274, 2018
322018
Investigating ‘churnalism’in real-time news
T Van Hout, S Van Leuven
The Routledge companion to digital journalism studies, 117-125, 2016
222016
Increased news access for international NGOs? How Médecins Sans Frontières' press releases built the agenda of Flemish newspapers (1995–2010)
S Van Leuven, A Deprez, K Raeymaeckers
Journalism Practice 7 (4), 430-445, 2013
212013
Mapping the mobile DNA of news. Understanding incidental and serendipitous mobile news consumption
K Van Damme, M Martens, S Van Leuven, M Vanden Abeele, L De Marez
Digital Journalism 8 (1), 49-68, 2020
162020
Networking or not working? A comparison of Arab Spring coverage in Belgian newspapers and TV news
S Van Leuven, A Deprez, K Raeymaeckers
Journalism Practice 8 (5), 552-562, 2014
162014
‘To follow or not to follow?’: How Belgian health journalists use Twitter to monitor potential sources
S Van Leuven, A Deprez
Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies 6 (3), 545-566, 2017
102017
Dirty dancing: Health journalists and the pharmaceutical industry a multi-method study on the impact of pharma PR on magazine health news
R De Dobbelaer, S Van Leuven, K Raeymaeckers
Public Relations Review 43 (2), 450-459, 2017
102017
De publieke sfeer in tijden van commercialisering en digitalisering: een multimethodisch longitudinaal onderzoek van het bronnengebruik in de Vlaamse buitenlandberichtgeving
S Van Leuven
Ghent University, 2013
102013
Bronnengebruik in Vlaamse nieuwsmedia: Een kwantitatieve analyse
S Van Leuven, S Joye
Steunpunt Media, 2014
92014
The bits and bytes of gender bias in online news: a quantitative content analysis of the representation of women in Vice. com
J D’Heer, J Vergotte, S De Vuyst, S Van Leuven
Feminist Media Studies 20 (2), 256-272, 2020
82020
The produsing expert consumer: Co-constructing, resisting and accepting health-related claims on social media in response to an infotainment show about food
J Declercq, S Tulkens, S Van Leuven
Health 23 (6), 602-620, 2019
82019
The human face of health news: A multi-method analysis of sourcing practices in health-related news in Belgian magazines
R De Dobbelaer, S Van Leuven, K Raeymaeckers
Health communication 33 (5), 611-619, 2018
72018
De gemiddelde beroepsjournalist in Vlaanderen
S Paulussen, K Raeymaeckers, J De Keyser, S Van Leuven
Journalisten. Profiel van een beroepsgroep, 23-37, 2010
62010
Het journalistieke brongebruik in tijden van churnalism en Twitter: Een surveyonderzoek bij Vlaamse beroepsjournalisten (2008-2013)
S Van Leuven, A Deprez, K Raeymaeckers
Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap 43 (1), 64-83, 2015
52015
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