Peter Van Aelst
Peter Van Aelst
Professor of Political Science, University of Antwerp
Verified email at uantwerpen.be
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The contingency of the mass media's political agenda setting power: Toward a preliminary theory
S Walgrave, P Van Aelst
Journal of communication 56 (1), 88-109, 2006
8222006
Internet and social movement action repertoires: Opportunities and limitations
J Van Laer, P Van Aelst
Information, Communication & Society 13 (8), 1146-1171, 2010
5612010
The personalization of mediated political communication: A review of concepts, operationalizations and key findings
P Van Aelst, T Sheafer, J Stanyer
Journalism 13 (2), 203-220, 2012
4602012
Who is that (wo) man in the street? From the normalisation of protest to the normalisation
P Van Aelst, S Walgrave
European Journal of Political Research 39 (4), 461-486, 2001
4142001
Who demonstrates? Antistate rebels, conventional participants, or everyone?
P Norris, S Walgrave, P Van Aelst
Comparative politics, 189-205, 2005
3772005
New media, new movements? The role of the internet in shaping the ‘anti‐globalization’movement
P Van Aelst, S Walgrave
Information, Communication & Society 5 (4), 465-493, 2002
3572002
Media systems and the political information environment: A cross-national comparison
T Aalberg, P Van Aelst, J Curran
The International Journal of Press/Politics 15 (3), 255-271, 2010
2742010
Political communication in a high-choice media environment: a challenge for democracy?
P Van Aelst, J Strömbäck, T Aalberg, F Esser, C De Vreese, J Matthes, ...
Annals of the International Communication Association 41 (1), 3-27, 2017
2282017
New media, new movements?
P Van Aelst, S Walgrave
The Role of the Internet in Shaping the ‘Anti‐globalization’Movement …, 2004
2082004
Politicians in the news: Media or party logic? Media attention and electoral success in the Belgian election campaign of 2003
P Van Aelst, B Maddens, J Noppe, S Fiers
European Journal of Communication 23 (2), 193-210, 2008
1932008
Cyber-protest and civil society: the Internet and action repertoires in social movements
J Van Laer, P Van Aelst
Handbook on internet crime 230254, 2009
1902009
Why political parties adapt to the media: Exploring the fourth dimension of mediatization
J Strömbäck, P Van Aelst
International Communication Gazette 75 (4), 341-358, 2013
1772013
‘Do the vote test’: the electoral effects of a popular vote advice application at the 2004 Belgian elections
S Walgrave, P Van Aelst, M Nuytemans
Acta Politica 43 (1), 50-70, 2008
1642008
Political information opportunities in Europe: A longitudinal and comparative study of thirteen television systems
F Esser, CH De Vreese, J Strömbäck, P Van Aelst, T Aalberg, J Stanyer, ...
The international journal of press/politics 17 (3), 247-274, 2012
1582012
Minimal or massive? The political agenda-setting power of the mass media according to different methods
P Van Aelst, S Walgrave
The International Journal of Press/Politics 16 (3), 295-313, 2011
1552011
Exploring some antecedents of the media’s framing of election news: A comparison of Swedish and Belgian election news
J Strömbäck, P Van Aelst
The International Journal of Press/Politics 15 (1), 41-59, 2010
1502010
Political balance in the news: A review of concepts, operationalizations and key findings
DN Hopmann, P Van Aelst, G Legnante
Journalism 13 (2), 240-257, 2012
1362012
The fourth estate as superpower? An empirical study of perceptions of media power in Belgium and the Netherlands
P Van Aelst, K Brants, P Van Praag, C De Vreese, M Nuytemans, ...
Journalism studies 9 (4), 494-511, 2008
1362008
Intermedia agenda setting in the social media age: How traditional players dominate the news agenda in election times
RA Harder, J Sevenans, P Van Aelst
The International Journal of Press/Politics 22 (3), 275-293, 2017
1112017
Members of parliament: Equal competitors for media attention? An analysis of personal contacts between MPs and political journalists in five European countries
PV Aelst, A Sehata, AV Dalen
Political communication 27 (3), 310-325, 2010
962010
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