José Sanders
José Sanders
Professor of Communication in Organizations: Narrative Communication, Dept. Language & Communication
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Identification as a mechanism of narrative persuasion
A De Graaf, H Hoeken, J Sanders, JWJ Beentjes
Communication research 39 (6), 802-823, 2012
Characteristics of narrative interventions and health effects: A review of the content, form, and context of narratives in health-related narrative persuasion research
A Graaf, J Sanders, H Hoeken
Review of communication research 4, 88-131, 2016
Story perspective and character similarity as drivers of identification and narrative persuasion
H Hoeken, M Kolthoff, J Sanders
Human communication research 42 (2), 292-311, 2016
Perspective and the representation of speech and thought in narrative discourse
J Sanders, G Redeker
Spaces, worlds and grammar 290, 317, 1996
Constructing participatory journalism as a scholarly object: A genealogical analysis
M Borger, A Van Hoof, I Costera Meijer, J Sanders
Digital journalism 1 (1), 117-134, 2013
Perspective, subjectivity, and modality from a cognitive linguistic point of view
J Sanders, W Spooren
Discourse and perspective in cognitive linguistics 151, 85, 1997
The role of dimensions of narrative engagement in narrative persuasion
A De Graaf, H Hoeken, J Sanders, H Beentjes
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 34 (4), 385-405, 2009
Evoking and measuring identification with narrative characters–A linguistic cues framework
K Van Krieken, H Hoeken, J Sanders
Frontiers in psychology 8, 274146, 2017
Causality, cognition and communication: A mental space analysis of subjectivity in causal connectives
T Sanders, J Sanders, E Sweetser
Causal categories in discourse and cognition 44, 19, 2009
Expecting reciprocity: Towards a model of the participants’ perspective on participatory journalism
M Borger, A Van Hoof, J Sanders
New media & society 18 (5), 708-725, 2016
Perspective in narrative discourse
J Sanders
Tilburg University, 1994
What is narrative journalism? A systematic review and an empirical agenda
K Van Krieken, J Sanders
Journalism 22 (6), 1393-1412, 2021
Intertwined voices: Journalists’ modes of representing source information in journalistic subgenres
J Sanders
English Text Construction 3 (2), 226-249, 2010
Responsible subjects and discourse causality. How mental spaces and perspective help identifying subjectivity in Dutch backward causal connectives
J Sanders, T Sanders, E Sweetser
Journal of pragmatics 44 (2), 191-213, 2012
Subjectivity and certainty in epistemic modality: A study of Dutch epistemic modifiers
J Sanders, W Spooren
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 7 (3), 241-264, 1996
Framing narrative journalism as a new genre: A case study of the Netherlands
K Van Krieken, J Sanders
Journalism 18 (10), 1364-1380, 2017
Exploring narrative structure and hero enactment in brand stories
J Sanders, K Van Krieken
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 411248, 2018
Linguistic perspective in short news stories
J Sanders, G Redeker
Poetics 22 (1-2), 69-87, 1993
From reader to mediated witness: The engaging effects of journalistic crime narratives
K Van Krieken, H Hoeken, J Sanders
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 92 (3), 580-596, 2015
Diachronic changes in subjectivity and stance–A corpus linguistic study of Dutch news texts
K Vis, J Sanders, W Spooren
Discourse, Context & Media 1 (2-3), 95-102, 2012
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