Michael Hameleers
Michael Hameleers
Associate Professor Political Communication, University of Amsterdam
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They Did It”: The Effects of Emotionalized Blame Attribution in Populist Communication
M Hameleers, L Bos, CH De Vreese
Communication Research 44 (6), 870-900, 2017
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
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
It’s us against them: A comparative experiment on the effects of populist messages communicated via social media
M Hameleers, D Schmuck
Information, Communication & Society 20 (9), 1425-1444, 2017
Separating truth from lies: Comparing the effects of news media literacy interventions and fact-checkers in response to political misinformation in the US and Netherlands
M Hameleers
Information, communication & society 25 (1), 110-126, 2022
The effects of populism as a social identity frame on persuasion and mobilisation: Evidence from a 15‐country experiment
L Bos, C Schemer, N Corbu, M Hameleers, I Andreadis, A Schulz, ...
European Journal of Political Research 59 (1), 3-24, 2020
The appeal of media populism: The media preferences of citizens with populist attitudes
M Hameleers, L Bos, CH de Vreese
Mass Communication and Society 20 (4), 481-504, 2017
Prospect theory in times of a pandemic: The effects of gain versus loss framing on risky choices and emotional responses during the 2020 coronavirus outbreak–Evidence from the …
M Hameleers
Mass Communication and Society 24 (4), 479-499, 2021
Start spreading the news: A comparative experiment on the effects of populist communication on political engagement in sixteen European countries
M Hameleers, L Bos, N Fawzi, C Reinemann, I Andreadis, N Corbu, ...
The international journal of press/politics 23 (4), 517-538, 2018
Visual mis-and disinformation, social media, and democracy
V Dan, B Paris, J Donovan, M Hameleers, J Roozenbeek, ...
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 98 (3), 641-664, 2021
Populist disinformation: Exploring intersections between online populism and disinformation in the US and the Netherlands
M Hameleers
Politics and Governance 8 (1), 146-157, 2020
A typology of populism: Toward a revised theoretical framework on the sender side and receiver side of communication
M Hameleers
International Journal of Communication 12, 20, 2018
Selective exposure to populist communication: How attitudinal congruence drives the effects of populist attributions of blame
M Hameleers, L Bos, CH de Vreese
Journal of Communication 68 (1), 51-74, 2018
Closer to the people: A comparative content analysis of populist communication on social networking sites in pre-and post-election periods
D Schmuck, M Hameleers
Information, Communication & Society 23 (10), 1531-1548, 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, 2020
The rise of a populist zeitgeist? A content analysis of populist media coverage in newspapers published between 1990 and 2017
M Hameleers, R Vliegenthart
Journalism Studies 21 (1), 19-36, 2020
Framing blame: Toward a better understanding of the effects of populist communication on populist party preferences
M Hameleers, L Bos, C De Vreese
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 28 (3), 380-398, 2018
Shoot the messenger? The media’s role in framing populist attributions of blame
M Hameleers, L Bos, CH de Vreese
Journalism 20 (9), 1145-1164, 2019
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
They are selling themselves out to the enemy! The content and effects of populist conspiracy theories
M Hameleers
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 33 (1), 38-56, 2021
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