Leen d'Haenens
Leen d'Haenens
professor of communication, Leuven University
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Reinventing public service broadcasting in Europe: prospects, promises and problems
J Bardoel, L d'Haenens
Media, culture & society 30 (3), 337-355, 2008
Beliefs in conspiracy theories and misinformation about COVID-19: Comparative perspectives on the role of anxiety, depression and exposure to and trust in information sources
D De Coninck, T Frissen, K Matthijs, L d’Haenens, G Lits, ...
Frontiers in psychology 12, 646394, 2021
News in online and print newspapers: Differences in reader consumption and recall
L d’Haenens, N Jankowski, A Heuvelman
New media & society 6 (3), 363-382, 2004
Framing of asylum seekers in Dutch regional newspapers
L d'Haenens, M De Lange
Media, culture & society 23 (6), 847-860, 2001
Media responsibility and accountability. New conceptualizations and practices
J Bardoel, L dHaenens
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 29 (1), 5-25, 2004
Media meet the citizen: Beyond market mechanisms and government regulations
J Bardoel, L d’Haenens
European Journal of Communication 19 (2), 165-194, 2004
Bridging or bonding? Relationships between integration and media use among ethnic minorities in the Netherlands
AL Peeters, L d’Haenens
Walter de Gruyter 30 (2), 201-231, 2005
Perceived vulnerability to disease and attitudes towards public health measures: COVID-19 in Flanders, Belgium
D De Coninck, L d'Haenens, K Matthijs
Personality and individual differences 166, 110220, 2020
Digital citizenship among ethnic minority youths in the Netherlands and Flanders
L d'Haenens, J Koeman, F Saeys
New media & society 9 (2), 278-299, 2007
Adolescent sexting from a social learning perspective
J Van Ouytsel, K Ponnet, M Walrave, L d’Haenens
Telematics and Informatics 34 (1), 287-298, 2017
News coverage and attitudes on immigration: Public and commercial television news compared
L Jacobs, C Meeusen, L d’Haenens
European Journal of Communication 31 (6), 642-660, 2016
Online risks: Coping strategies of less resilient children and teenagers across Europe
S Vandoninck, L d'Haenens, K Roe
Journal of children and media 7 (1), 60-78, 2013
Islam in the Dutch press: With special attention to the Algemeen Dagblad
L d'Haenens, S Bink
Media, Culture & Society 29 (1), 135-149, 2007
(Re) presentation of ethnicity in EU and Dutch domestic news: A quantitative analysis
J Ter Wal, L d’Haenens, J Koeman
Media, Culture & Society 27 (6), 937-950, 2005
How to cope and build online resilience?
L d'Haenens, S Vandoninck, V Donoso
EU Kids Online, The London School of Economics and Political Science, 2013
Internet in the daily life of journalists: Explaining the use of the Internet by work-related characteristics and professional opinions
L Hermans, M Vergeer, L d'Haenens
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 15 (1), 138-157, 2009
Family lifestyles and media use patterns: An analysis of domestic media among Flemish, French, Italian and Swedish children and teenagers
D Pasquier, C Buzzi, L d'Haenens, U Sjöberg
European Journal of Communication 13 (4), 503-519, 1998
The euro crisis in metaphors and frames: Focus on the press in the Low Countries
W Joris, L d’Haenens, B Van Gorp
European Journal of Communication 29 (5), 608-617, 2014
Diversity Monitor 2005. Diversity as a quality aspect of television in the Netherlands
J Koeman, A Peeters, L d'Haenens
Walter de Gruyter 32 (1), 97-121, 2007
The European and global dimension: Taking small media systems research to the next level
M Puppis, L d'Haenens, T Steinmaurer, M Künzler
International communication gazette 71 (1-2), 105-112, 2009
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