Pieter Maeseele
Pieter Maeseele
Associate Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Antwerp
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Ethics in the societal debate on genetically modified organisms: A (re) quest for sense and sensibility
Y Devos, P Maeseele, D Reheul, L Van Speybroeck, D De Waele
Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 21 (1), 29-61, 2008
1072008
Communication practices and political engagement with climate change: A research agenda
A Carvalho, M Van Wessel, P Maeseele
Environmental Communication 11 (1), 122-135, 2017
712017
The politicization of climate change: problem or solution?
Y Pepermans, P Maeseele
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 7 (4), 478-485, 2016
642016
Democratic debate and mediated discourses on climate change: From consensus to de/politicization
Y Pepermans, P Maeseele
Environmental Communication 8 (2), 216-232, 2014
592014
Biotechnology and the popular press in Northern Belgium: A case study of hegemonic media discourses and the interpretive struggle
PA Maeseele, D Schuurman
Science Communication 29 (4), 435-471, 2008
572008
Media, pluralism and democracy: what’s in a name?
D Raeijmaekers, P Maeseele
Media, culture & society 37 (7), 1042-1059, 2015
432015
Media Audiences| Changing Patterns of Media Use across Cultures: A Challenge for Longitudinal Research
U Hasebrink, KB Jensen, H Van den Bulck, S Hölig, P Maeseele
International Journal of Communication 9, 23, 2015
392015
In objectivity we trust? Pluralism, consensus, and ideology in journalism studies
D Raeijmaekers, P Maeseele
Journalism 18 (6), 647-663, 2017
372017
On neo-luddites led by ayatollahs: The frame matrix of the GM food debate in Northern Belgium
P Maeseele
Environmental Communication 4 (3), 277-300, 2010
352010
On news media and democratic debate: Framing agricultural biotechnology in Northern Belgium
P Maeseele
International Communication Gazette 73 (1-2), 83-105, 2011
322011
Beyond the post-political zeitgeist
P Maeseele
The Routledge handbook of environment and communication, 429-443, 2015
312015
Science and technology in a mediatized and democratized society
P Maeseele
JCOM. JOURNAL OF SCIENCE COMMUNICATION 6 (1), 1-10, 2007
282007
Risk conflicts, critical discourse analysis and media discourses on GM crops and food
P Maeseele
Journalism 16 (2), 278-297, 2015
272015
NGOs and GMOs: A Case Study in Alternative Science Communication
P Maeseele
Javnost-The Public 16 (4), 55-72, 2009
262009
Psychosocial resilience in the face of a mediated terrorist threat
PA Maeseele, G Verleye, I Stevens, A Speckhard
Media, War & Conflict 1 (1), 50-69, 2008
212008
In Flanders Fields: De/politicization and democratic debate on a GM potato field trial controversy in news media
P Maeseele, D Raeijmaekers, L Van der Steen, R Reul, S Paulussen
Environmental Communication 11 (2), 166-183, 2017
202017
Nothing on the news but the establishment blues? Toward a framework of depoliticization and agonistic media pluralism
P Maeseele, D Raeijmaekers
Journalism 21 (11), 1593-1610, 2020
192020
Professional journalistic routines and the protest paradigm: The Big Potato Swap in traditional and alternative media
R Reul, S Paulussen, D Raeijmaekers, L van der Steen, P Maeseele
Journalism 19 (7), 899-916, 2018
152018
Ideologisch pluralisme in Vlaamse nieuwsmedia: de Belgische regeringsformatie 2010-2011
D Raeijmaekers, P Maeseele
Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap 42 (2), 145, 2014
132014
Bio-objects and the media: the role of communication in bio-objectification processes
P Maeseele, J Allgaier, L Martinelli
Croatian medical journal 54 (3), 301, 2013
122013
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