Ruud Wouters
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The Missing Link in the Diffusion of Protest: Asking Others1
S Walgrave, R Wouters
American Journal of Sociology 119 (6), 1670-1709, 2014
452014
From the Street to the Screen: Characteristics of Protest Events as Determinants of Television News Coverage
R Wouters
Mobilization: An International Quarterly 18 (1), 83-105, 2013
382013
Response Problems in the Protest Survey Design: Evidence from Fifty-One Protest Events in Seven Countries
S Walgrave, R Wouters, P Ketelaars
Mobilization: An International Journal 21 (1), 83-104, 2016
272016
Manual for Data Collection on Protest Demonstrations. Caught in the Act of Protest: Contextualizing Contestation (CCC-project). Version 3.0
B Klandermans, J van Stekelenburg, D van Troost, A van Leeuwen, ...
Amsterdam and Antwerp: VU University and University of Antwerp, 2011
25*2011
Demonstrating Power: How Protest Persuades Political Representatives
R Wouters, S Walgrave
American Sociological Review 82 (2), 361-383, 2017
222017
Degrees of frame alignment: Comparing organisers’ and participants’ frames in 29 demonstrations in three countries
P Ketelaars, S Walgrave, R Wouters
International Sociology 29 (6), 504-524, 2014
212014
Inter-coder reliability in the TV News Archive: A Report on Coding Issues, Countries and Actors in Belgian television news
J De Smedt, R Wouters, K De Swert
Antwerp: Steunpunt Media, 2013
182013
Reporting Demonstrations: On Episodic and Thematic Coverage of Protest Events in Belgian Television News
R Wouters
Political Communication 32 (3), 475-496, 2015
172015
The Media as a Dual Mediator of the Political Agenda–Setting Effect of Protest. A Longitudinal Study in Six Western European Countries
R Vliegenthart, S Walgrave, R Wouters, S Hutter, W Jennings, R Gava, ...
Social Forces 95 (2), 837-859, 2016
162016
Transnational Collective Identification: May Day and Climate Change Protesters' Identification with Similar Protest Events in Other Countries
S Walgrave, R Wouters, J Van Laer, J Verhulst, P Ketelaars
Mobilization: An International Quarterly 17 (3), 301-317, 2012
142012
Een Venster op de Wereld-De Actuele Staat van Buitenlandberichtgeving: Feiten, Impact en Actieruimte
R Wouters, K De Swert, S Walgrave
Brussel: Vlaams Vredesinstituut, 2009
132009
Why do people protest? Comparing demonstrators’ motives across issues and nations
S Walgrave, J Van Laer, J Verhulst, R Wouters
Media, movements and politics, 2013
102013
The coverage of China in Belgian television news: a case study on the impact of foreign correspondents on news content
K De Swert, R Wouters
Chinese Journal of Communication 4 (3), 331-347, 2011
72011
Protesters on message? Explaining demonstrators’ differential degrees of frame alignment
P Ketelaars, S Walgrave, R Wouters
Social Movement Studies 16 (3), 340-354, 2017
52017
Patterns in Advocacy Group Portrayal Comparing Attributes of Protest and Non-Protest News Items Across Advocacy Groups
R Wouters
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 92 (4), 898-914, 2015
52015
The nature of foreign news: conceptual considerations about analyzing foreign news over time
R Wouters
News in Europe, Europe on news/Stepinska, Agnieszka [edit.], 43-62, 2011
52011
“Crashing the gates”–selection criteria for television news reporting of traffic crashes
T De Ceunynck, J De Smedt, S Daniels, R Wouters, M Baets
Accident Analysis & Prevention 80, 142-152, 2015
42015
Selection. Description. Reaction. How television news covers movements and protest
R Wouters
42013
Less than Expected? How Media Cover Demonstration Turnout
R Wouters, K Van Camp
The International Journal of Press/Politics 22 (4), 450-470, 2017
22017
Aandacht trekken of advies verstrekken? De aanwezigheid van middenveldorganisaties in adviesraad-en beeldbuispolitiek
B Fraussen, R Wouters
Res publica: tijdschrift voor politieke wetenschappen/Politologisch …, 2015
22015
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