Martina Temmerman
Martina Temmerman
hoofddocent Applied Linguistics / Journalism, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; vrijwillig medewerker Politieke Communicatie, Universiteit Antwerpen
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Personal branding on Twitter: How employed and freelance journalists stage themselves on social media
C Brems, M Temmerman, T Graham, M Broersma
Digital journalism 5 (4), 443-459, 2017
Constructive journalism: Concepts, practices, and discourses
J Mast, R Coesemans, M Temmerman
Journalism 20 (4), 492-503, 2019
Hybridity and the news: Blending genres and interaction patterns in new forms of journalism
J Mast, R Coesemans, M Temmerman
Journalism 18 (1), 3-10, 2017
Criteria for the evaluation of
D Bickerton, T Stenton, M Temmerman
ICT and language learning: A European perspective 1, 53, 2001
Hot weather, hot topic. Polarization and sceptical framing in the climate debate on Twitter
R Moernaut, J Mast, M Temmerman, M Broersma
Information, Communication & Society 25 (8), 1047-1066, 2022
Communicative aspects of definitions in classroom interaction: Learning to define in class for first and second language learners
M Temmerman
Linguistics and Education 20 (2), 126-144, 2009
Post-truth and the political: Constructions and distortions in representing political facts
M Temmerman, R Moernaut, R Coesemans, J Mast
Discourse, Context & Media 27, 1-6, 2019
Today, we’re all Danes’: Argumentative Meaning of the 1st and 2nd Person Pronouns in Newspaper Editorials on the Muhammad Cartoons.”
M Temmerman
L’Analisi Linguistica e Letteraria XVI: 289–303 (Special Issue: Word Meaning …, 2015
Personal Branding on Twitter: How employed and freelance journalists stage themselves on social media. Digital Journalism, 5 (4), 443-459
C Brems, M Temmerman, T Graham, M Broersma
Naming and framing in Belgian politics: An analysis of the representation of politicians and the political state of affairs during the 2007 government formation period in the …
M Temmerman
Belgian journal of linguistics 24 (1), 120-138, 2010
Introduction: News Values from an Audience Perspective
M Temmerman, J Mast
News Values from an Audience Perspective, 1-13, 2021
All climate stories worth telling. Salience and positionality at the intersection of news values and frames
R Moernaut, J Mast, M Temmerman
Discourse, Context & Media 28, 93-111, 2019
Elite behaviour and elite communication in a divided society: the Belgian federal coalition formation of 2007
K Deschouwer, M Temmerman
Journal of Language and Politics 11 (4), 500-520, 2012
Political journalism across the language border: communicative behaviour in political interviews by Dutch-and French-speaking journalists with Dutch-and French-speaking …
M Temmerman, D Sinardet
Multilingualism and applied comparative linguistics: vol. 2: cross-cultural …, 2008
Forms and functions of definitions in classroom language.
M Temmerman, R Geluykens
Discourse in professional contexts., 169-185, 1999
The engagement CUBE: a dialogical tool for designing, facilitating and monitoring engaged research and teaching strategies
L Moriau, J Tondeur, J Bertone, M Huysmans, M Temmerman, P Meurs
International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education 23 (4), 783-798, 2022
What’s (the) news? Reassessing “news values” as a concept and methodology in the digital age
J Mast, M Temmerman
Journalism Studies 22 (6), 689-701, 2021
Looking for Prince Charming: A Diachronic Discourse Analysis of Love and Relationships in Flemish Women's Magazines.
M Temmerman, M Van De Voorde, R Coesemans
Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines 10 (1), 2018
Absent husbands and whispering voices: a critical analysis of the representation of men in two popular Flemish women's magazines
M Temmerman, M Van de Voorde
Journal of Gender Studies 24 (1), 3-17, 2015
Patterns of Inconsistency. Naming and Transitivity in the Coverage of the World Youth Day 2005 in the Flemish Press.
M Trioen, M Temmerman
Faith and Media. Analysis of Faith and Media: Representation and …, 2009
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