Publicaties

Digitale Verhaalvormen

Gerard Smit, Yael de Haan, & Laura Buijs. (2014) Het interdisciplinaire maakproces van infographics. Een samenvatting van de resultaten van het project Every Picture Tells a Story (2012–2014). Utrecht: Hogeschool Utrecht.

Gerard Smit, Yael De Haan & Laura Buijs (2014). Visualizing News: Make it Work. Digital Journalism, 2(3), 344-354.

Gerard Smit, Yael de Haan, & Laura Buijs. (2014). Working with or next to each other? Boundary crossing in the field of information visualization. The Journal of Media Innovations, 1(2), 36-51.

Piet Bakker, Yael de Haan, & Carel Kuitenbrouwer. (2012). Wat Werkt? Een verkenning van de praktische en wetenschappelijke kennis over informatievisualisatie. Utrecht: Hogeschool Utrecht.

Yael de Haan, Sanne Kruikemeier, Sophie Lecheler, Gerard Smit, and Renee van der Nat (2017) When Does an Infographic Say More Than a Thousand Words? Journalism Studies Vol. 0 , Iss. 0,0

Gerard Smit, Yael de Haan & Renée van der Nat. (2016) Een duidelijke verhaal. Eindrapportage. Utrecht: Hogeschool Utrecht.

Van der Heijden, C. (2017) De spiegelzaal van onze tijd. LINDA. en de Nederlandse Samenleving. Amsterdam: Atlas

Research in Digitale Context

Kruikemeier, S., Lecheler, S., de Haan, Y. (2019). The use and verification of online sources in the news production process. In: J. Kats (Eds.) Social Media and Journalism’s Search for Truth. Oxford University Press. DOI:10.1093/oso/9780190900250.003.0012

Daniela van Geenen, Mirko Tobias Schäfer, Thomas Boeschoten, Erik Hekman, Piet Bakker, and Jonas Moons. (2016, October 5-8). Mining One Week of Twitter. Mapping Networked Publics in the Dutch Twittersphere. Paper presented at AoIR 2016: The 17th Annual Conference of the Association of Internet Researchers. Berlin, Germany: AoIR. Retrieved from http://spir.aoir.org.

Maranke Wieringa, Daniela van Geenen, Mirko Tobias Schäfer, and Ludo Gorzeman. (2018). Political topic-communities and their framing practices in the Dutch Twittersphere. Internet Policy Review Vol. 7, Iss. 2.

Diekerhof, Els & Bakker, Piet (2012). To check or not to check: An exploratory study on source checking by Dutch journalists. Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies, 1(2), 241-253.

Diekerhof, Els (2013). Teaching journalistic research skills in the digital age: Between traditional routines and advanced tools. Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies, 2(2), 231-244.

Online onderwijs heeft klaslokaal hard nodig.

Critical and creative entrepreneurs: Is the journalism internship model future proof? Future of Journalism conference Cardiff, 201

Ethiek

De Haan, Y. (2019). A wheelbarrow full of frogs: How media organizations in the Netherlands are dealing with public complaints. In T. Eberwein, S. Fengler & M. Karmasin (Eds.). Media Accountability at the crossroads: European challenges and perspectives. London: Taylor & Francis.

De Haan, Y. (2015). Self-regulation in the Netherlands: Journalists opening up to a more demanding public. In: The Trust factor report on self-regulation 2015.

De Haan, Y. & Bardoel, J. (2014). ‘Reader, tell us! journalistic strategies to re-establish a trust relationship with the reader’. In M. Broersma & C. Peters (Eds.) Retellling journalism: conveying stories in a digital age (pp. 181-200). Leuven: Peeters.

De Haan, Y., Landman, A., Boyles, Jan Lauren (2014). Towards knowledge-centred newswork: the ethics of newsroom collaboration in the digital era. In Wyatt, W.N. (Ed.), The ethics of journalism: individual, institutional and cultural influences (pp.207-227). London: I.B. Tauris & the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.

De Haan, Y., Groenhart, H., Hietbrink, Bakker, P. (2014). Geven, nemen en keiharde voorwaarden: onderhandelingen tussen politici en journalisten.

In Van Praag & Brants (Eds.). Media, macht & politiek: de verkiezingscampagne van 2012 (pp. 45-64). Diemen: AMB.

De Haan, Y. & Bardoel, J. (2013). Tien jaar na Fortuyn: kritiek en verantwoording bij Nederlandse nieuwsorganisaties. Tijdschrift voor communicatiewetenschap, 41(3), 213-230.

De Haan, Y. (2013). Book review Mapping Media Accountability in Europe and Beyond. Central european journal of communication, 6(11), 321-324.

De Haan, Y. & Bardoel, J. (2012). Accountability in the newsroom: reaching out to the public or a form of window dressing. Studies in communication sciences.

De Haan, Y & Bardoel, J. (2012). Coming out of the Ivory Tower. Dutch public broadcasting’s accountability policy. Medien journal 3/2012, Media Accountability, strategies, trends and benchmarks.

De Haan, Y. & Bardoel, J. (2011). From trust to accountability: negotiating media performance in the Netherlands, 1987-2007. European journal of communication, 26(3), 230-246.

Brants, K. & de Haan, Y. (2010). Taking the public seriously: three models of responsiveness in media and journalism. Media, culture & society, 32(3), 411-428.

De Haan, Y. & Bardoel, J. (2009). Publieke verantwoording of politieke opzet? Evaluatie van de eerste visitatie van de Nederlandse Publieke omroep. Tijdschrift voor communicatiewetenschap, 37(3), 197-2014.