Publications

PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

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 NON-ACADEMIC CONTRIBUTIONS (selection)

  • Bas Denters, Maurits Sanders, Trui Steen & Luzia Helfer (2015). Symposium: Doctoraatsopleidingen in Nederland en Vlaanderen [Doctroal education in the Netherlands and Vlaanders], Res Publica, 2015-3
    Download the paper
  • How politicians and journalists interact (September 2015). A general overview of the findings of my PhD project. Podcast episode of Listening Brief with Luzia Helfer
    Listen here (35minutes)

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS (peer-reviewed)

09/2016           Helfer, L. & Andweg, R. Political agenda-setting put into context: How the electoral system shapes politicians’ reactions to media coverage. 2nd International Journal of Press/Politics Conference, Oxford/England.

02/2016           Helfer, L. How media directly and indirectly influence politics: Results from an experiment with Dutch politicians, Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, Amsterdam.

12/2015           Helfer, L. Micro to Macro: Disentangling the influences on the selection of political news. Paper presented at the Workshop “Dynamics in Party Communication” organized by Markus Wagner and Thomas Meyer, Vienna/Austria

08/2015           Helfer, L. Disentangling the Media’s Influence on Public and Hidden Political Agendas in an Experiment with Politicians. Paper presented at the Conference of the ECREA Political Communication Section, Odense/Denmark.

06/2015           Helfer, L. & Vos. D. The news value of power put to the test. Combining journalist surveys and content analyses to explain the discrepancy between perceived and actual newsworthiness of politicians. Paper presented at the Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, Maastricht/Netherlands.

05/2015           Helfer, L. & Wonneberger, A. Bowling Alone, Watching Together? Structural Explanations of Social TV Viewing from 1990 to 2010. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the ICA, Puerto Rico/USA.

05/2015           Helfer, L. When Do Politicians React to Media Reports? A Political Agenda-Setting Experiment. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the ICA, Puerto Rico/USA.

09/2014           Helfer, L. What Media Reports Influence Political Actions of Members of Parliament? A Comparative Political Agenda-Setting Experiment. Paper presented at the Annual ECPR General Conference, Glasgow/England.

07/2014           Helfer, L. When Media Reports Influence a Politicians’ Actions. An Experimental Political Agenda-Setting Study in two Western European Countries. Paper presented at the ECPR Graduate Student Conference, Innsbruck/Austria.

05/2014           Helfer, L. & Van Aelst, P. What Makes Political Messages Fit for Reporting? An Experimental Study of Journalistic News Selection. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the ICA, Seattle/USA.

01/2014           Helfer, L. Survey Experiments in Studying Political Elite Behavior. Applying the Factorial Survey to News Decisions of Journalists. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Swiss Political Science Association, Berne/Switzerland.

09/2013           Helfer, L. & Van Aelst, P. What Criteria Make Political Messages Newsworthy? A Factorial Survey Experiment to Study Individual Journalistic News Decisions. Paper presented at the Conference of the ECREA Political Communication Section, Milan/Italy

 

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