Dr. Anita M. J. van Hoof

+31 20 59 86920
3e-17
a.m.j.van.hoof@vu.nl
faculteit der sociale wetenschappen ( afdeling communicatiewetenschap )
Assistant Professor

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Informatie in het Nederlands

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Presence

Monday to Friday

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About

Anita van Hoof is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Communication Science at VU University Amsterdam. Anita studied Communication Science and obtained her PhD in 2000 at the Radboud University in Nijmegen. Her research focuses on journalism and the impact of news on public opinion. Current research topics are the relation between sources and journalists in the production process of news, participatory journalism and the impact of political news on public opinion during election campaigns. She has published in major communication journals as – amongst others – the Journal of Communication, the Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, the European Journal of Communication. With other collegueas from the department (prof. dr. Jan Kleinnijenhuis, dr. Wouter van Atteveldt, dr. Dirk Oegema) they published a series of books for the general public on the impact of news on the vote decision (i.e. ‘De puinhopen van paars’, ‘Nederland Vijfstromenland).

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Specialization

  • Journalism
  • News effects
  • News sources
  • Participatory journalism
  • Election studies
  • Content analysis

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Current research

  • Journalism and the role of news sources
  • News patterns in written and audio-visual news
  • News effects
  • Content analysis

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Current teaching

  • Nieuwsproductie en burgerschap (MA Journalism)
  • Politieke Communicatie en Nieuwsdynamiek (MA)
  • Nieuws en Journalistiek (BA)

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Recent publications

Peer reviewed journal articles (selection)

  • Borger, M., Hoof, A.M.J. van, Meijer, I.C. & Sanders, J. (2013). Construction participatory journalism as a scholarly object. Digital Journalism, 1(1), 117-134.
  • Takens, J. H., van Atteveldt, W., van Hoof, A., & Kleinnijenhuis, J. (2013). Media logic in election campaign coverage. European Journal of Communication.
    doi: 10.1177/0267323113478522.
  • Takens, J. H., van Hoof, A. M. J., van Atteveldt, W., & Kleinnijenhuis, J. (2011). Do new parties bring personalization, a narrow issue agenda, and populist rhetoric? Evidence from Dutch election campaign coverage from 1998 to 2006. In T. van Haaften, H. Jansen, J. de Jong & W. Koetsenruijter (Eds.), Bending Opinion: essays on persuasion in the public domain (pp. 327-348). Leiden: Leiden University Press.
  • Kleinnijenhuis, J., & van Hoof, A. M. J. (2009). Media coverage of government policies and satisfaction with information provision and policy results. Politiische Vierteljahresschrift. Sonderheft Politik in der Mediendemokratie (Hrsg. B. Pfetsch & F.Marcinkowski) , 42: 320-344.
  • Kleinnijenhuis, J., and Van Hoof, A. M. J. (2008). Media coverage of government policies and citizen’s satisfaction with information provision and policy results. Political Quarterly - Politische Vierteljahreschrift, 41 (Special issue “Politics in media democracy”).
  • Kleinnijenhuis, J., Van Hoof, A. M. J., & Oegema, D. (2007). A test of rivaling approaches to explain news effects: News on issue positions of parties, real-world developments, support and criticism and success and failure. Journal of Communication, 572(2), 366-384.
  • Kleinnijenhuis, J., Scholten, O., Atteveld, W., Van Hoof, A. M. J., Krouwel, A., Oegema, D., De Ridder, J. A., Ruigrok, P. C., & Takens, J. (2007). Nederland vijfstromenland. De rol van media en stemwijzers bij de verkiezingen van 2006. Amsterdam: Bert Bakker.
  • Adriaans, N., and Van Hoof, A. M. J. (2006). Publiek programmeren in een commerciële context. Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap, 34(3), 257-269.
  • Kleinnijenhuis, J., Van Hoof A. M. J., and Oegema, D. (2006). Negative news and the sleeper effect of distrust. The Harvard International Journal of Press / Politics, 11(6), 86-104.
  • Van Hoof, A. M. J., Kleinnijenhuis, J., Oegema, D., De Ridder, J. A. (2006). National conditions perceived as ‘purple ruins’: origins and effects of issue considerations. In A. Schorr & S. Seltmann (Eds.), Changing Media markets Entertainment Content (pp. 23-42). Lengerich/Berlin: Pabst Science Publishers.
  • Van Hoof, A. M. J. (2006). Codeurstraining: de regionale krant als socius. In F. Wester (red.). Inhoudsanalyse: theorie en praktijk, pp. 99-119. Alphen aan de Rijn: Kluwer.
  • Kleinnijenhuis, J. Oegema, D. De Ridder, J. A., Van Hoof, A. M. J., and Vliegenthart, R. (2003). De puinhopen in het nieuws. De rol van de media bij de Tweede Kamerverkiezingen van 2002. Alphen aan de Rijn: Kluwer.
  • Van Hoof, A. M. J. (2003). Identiteit van regionale kranten. Tijdschrift voor Communicatiewetenschap, 31(3), 205-226.
  • Van Hoof, A. M. J., Kleinnijenhuis, J., Oegema, D. & De Ridder, J. (2003). Guilt and penance: Prospective and retrospective voting in 2002. The European Journal of Communication Research, 28(4), 405-426.
  • Van Hoof, A. M. J. (2000). Kranten met karakter. Identiteit van kranten vanuit kwaliteitsperspectief. Amsterdam: Thela Thesis (dissertation).
  • Evers, H., Van Hoof, A. M. J., Rennen, T., Ruß-Mohl, S., Stappers, J., & Wentink, T. (1996). Krant en kwaliteit. Verkenningen rond de onderzoekbaarheid van journalistiek. Houten/Diegem: Bohn Stafleu Van Loghum.
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Other academic activities

  • Memberships: International Communication Association (ICA), and Netherlands School of Communication Research (NESCOR)

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Ancillary activities

Last changes Ancillary activities: Amsterdam 27 januari 2017