MIOS researchers present at Dutch-Flemish Etmaal conference

Researchers of MIOS presented new studies at the annual Dutch-Flemish Communication Studies conference that took place on 7 and 8 February in Nijmegen:

  • Sofie Mariën and Karolien Poels: Perceptions of a smart city and the need for citizen participation: a case-study of smart city Antwerp.
  • Brahim Zarouali, Tom Dobber and Claes de Vreese: Political microtargeting: the effects of personalitytailored ads on political persuasion on social networking sites.
  • Sarah Anrijs, Michel Walrave, Lieven De Marez and Koen Ponnet: Is it unhealthy to work in a digital age? A structural equation modeling of the relations between teleworking, work-related telepressure in a social context, work-related digital stress, satisfaction with work-life balance, and burnout.
  • Yara Qutteina, Tim Smits and Charlotte De Backer: A systematic Review and Meta -analysis of the Relation Between Media Food Marketing and Adolescent Nutrition.
  • Katrien Maldoy, Charlotte J. S. De Backer and Karolien Poels: Inducing eating pleasure through social cues: an opportunity to promote healthy eating among young adults?
  • Yandisa Ngqangashe and Charlotte De Backer: Correlations between food media consumpition and food literacy among adolescents.
  • Rowan Daneels, Heidi Vandebosch and Michel Walrave: ‘Enkel voor het plezier?’: Een verkenning van betekenisvolle game-ervaringen bij jongeren.
  • Lara Hallam, Charlotte De Backer and Michel Walrave: Love Hurts: Addressing Hurtful Events Within Online Dating Environments.
  • Karen Verswijvel, Michel Walrave, Kris Hardies and Wannes Heirman: “Mom, dad, stop being a sharent”: Adolescents’ protection behavior toward sharenting on Facebook.
  • Gaëlle Ouvrein and Karen Verswijvel: Sharenting: Parental Adoration or Public Humiliation? A Focus Group Study on Adolescents’ Experiences with Sharenting against the Background of their own Impression Management.
  • Lies De Kimpe, Michel Walrave and Koen Ponnet: There is more to cybercrime than meets the eye: A quantitative content analysis of victims and coping strategies in online cybercrime news.
  • Fynn Gerken, Kris Hardies and An -Sofie Claeys: Self -disclosing negative news: The effects on investors’ judgement and decision making.
  • Heidi Vandebosch, Sara Erreygers, Michelle Symons and Sara Pabian: “Doing it yourself but pretending to be someone else”: An explorative study on hidden online selfpromotion and self-cyberbullying
  • Sara Pabian and Heidi Vandebosch: A retrospective study on the impact of adolescent cyberbullying victimization on mental health and well-being during adulthood.

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