Congres papers

  • Van de Voorde, M., & Temmerman, M. (2016, September 5-7). A diachronic discourse analysis of women’s roles in partner relationships in Flemish women’s magazines. Paper presented at the 6th Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines Conference (CADAAD 2016), University of Catania, Italy. 
  • Temmerman, M. (2016, March 16-18). Reflexive comments in Flemish print media interviews. Paper presented at Reflexivity and Critique in Discourse, DiscourseNet 17, University of Navarra (UNAV), Pamplona, Spain. 
  • Van de Voorde, M., & Temmerman, M. (2016, January 6-8). Women's magazines as community builders: Sexual identities in the Flemish magazine Flair. Paper presented at Communities, MeCCSA (Media, Communications & Cultural Studies Association) Conference, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. 
  • Van de Voorde, M., & Temmerman, M. (2016). 'Talk little and know how to listen': Women's magazines as moral judges. Paper presented at ECAH 2016 Official Conference Proceedings.
  • Temmerman, M., & Coesemans, R. (2015, September 17). Linguistic discourse analysis as a tool for analysing political communication. Paper presented at A Rainbow of Methods. A Conference on Methods in Political Science (International Political Science Association), University of Antwerp, Belgium. 
  • Brems, C., Temmerman, M., Graham, T., & Broersma, M. (2015, September 10). The virtual journalist: The self-presentation of employed and freelance journalists on Twitter. Paper presented at The Future of Journalism: Risks, Threats and Opportunities, Cardiff University, UK.
  • Temmerman, M. (2015, July 28). The expression of sensory perception in journalistic travelogues: narrative and evidential aspects. Paper presented at International Pragmatics Conference, University of Antwerp, Belgium.
  • Temmerman, M. (2015, July 13-16). Expressions of Sensory Evidentiality in Journalistic Travelogues: Elements of Persuasive Narration. Paper presented at The European Conference on Arts & Humanities (ECAH), Brighton, UK. ISSN: 2188-1111 p. 31-4
  • Kalkhoven, L., & De Landtsheer, C. (2014, July 4-7). “A Piece of Trash of the Worst Cabinet Ever”. The Rhetorical Use of Exaggeration in Political Debates in the Dutch Parliament. Paper presented at the Annual World Conference of the International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP), Rome, Italy.
  • Kalkhoven, L. (2014, July 19-24). Populist Ideological Stances in Western Europe: Contemporary Populism in the Low Countries in the Light of the European Context. Paper presented at the 23rd World Congress of Political Science IPSA, Montreal, Canada.
  • Brems, C., Temmerman, M., Graham, T., & Broersma, M. (2014, December 4-5). All the world's a stage, and so is Twitter. How Dutch and Flemish journalists brand themselves on Twitter. Paper presented at Hybridity and the News: Hybrid Forms of Journalism in the 21st Century, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium.
  • Brems, C., Temmerman, M., Graham, T., & Broersma, M. (2014, November 12-15). I tweet, therefore I am. The Personal Branding of Dutch and Flemish journalists on Twitter. Paper presented at the 5th European Communication Conference (ECC/ECREA), Lisbon, Portugal. 
  • Temmerman, M., & Mast, J. (2014, November 12-15). Reporting disaster: the myth of the flood in the press coverage of the 2011 Flemish Pukkelpop drama. Paper presented ath the 5th European Communication Conference (ECC/ECREA), Lisbon, Portugal. 
  • Temmerman, M., & Jacobs, G. (2014, September 10-12). Learning through practice for business communication and journalism students: a press conference exercise. Paper presented at the 4th International Conference Applied Linguistics and Professional Practice, University of Geneva, Switzerland. 
  • Temmerman, M., &  Mast, J. (2014, June 16-17). Telling tales of tragedy and recovery: Narrative form and social empathy in the press coverage of the 2011 Flemish Pukkelpopdrama. Paper presented at ‘The Unlovable Press. Conversations with Michael Schudson’, University of Groningen, The Netherlands. 
  • Van de Voorde, M., & Temmerman, M. (2014, June 5-7). Marriage without love versus love without marriage. A diachronic approach to the framing of men-women relationships in women's magazines. Paper presented at the International Gender and Language Association Conference (IGALA), Vancouver, Canada. p. 342-359. 
  • Temmerman, M. (2014, April 3-6). Communicating trustworthiness. Experts and role models in women’s magazines. Paper presented at The Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities 2014 (ACAH): “Individual, Community & Society: Conflict, Resolution & Synergy”, Osaka, Japan. ISSN 2186-229X p. 726-737.
  • Van de Voorde, M., & Temmerman, M. (2014, April 2-3). Feminism and women’s magazines: a discourse analysis of women’s identities and (partner) relationships as articulated in two Flemish women’s magazines of the twentieth century’s sixties and seventies. Paper presented at the II International Conference on Gender and Communication, Sevilla, Spain. ISSN: 978-84-9085-029-9- p. 35-49.
  • Kalkhoven, L., & De Landtsheer, C. (2013, February 8-9). The Metaphor as Populist Weapon. A Comparative Examination of Figurative Language in Populist and Non-populist Political Rhetoric in the Netherlands and Belgium. Paper Presentation at the Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Kalkhoven, L. (2013, July 8-11). Hyperbolism as Persuasive Radical Figure in Political Rhetoric. Paper presented at the 2013 Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP) at the Program in Political Psychology and Decision Making (POP-DM), of the IDC Herzliya, Israel.
  • Temmerman, M. (2013, September 19). Asides in Flemish print media interviews. Paper presented at the 46th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, Split University, Croatia.
  • Temmerman, M. (2013, July 19). Your magazine is your best friend forever. How women’s magazines present themselves as being trustworthy. Paper presented at Regional conference ICA/ACOP/AE-IC/UMA: “Why should I trust you? Challenges for communication in times of crisis”, Facultad de CC. de la Comunicación, Universidad de Málaga, Spain.
  • Temmerman, M., & Van de Voorde, M. (2013, July 20). ‘Living with one man, dreaming of the other’: The Textual Representation of Men in Two Popular Flemish Women's Magazines. Paper presented at European Conference on Arts and Humanities (ECAH): “Connectedness, Identity and Alienation”, Brighton, UK. ISSN 2188-1111, p. 35-46.
  • Temmerman, M. (2013, January 17). Shaping readers into citizens. The changing role of the newspaper’s chief editor. Paper presented at Rhetoric in Society 4: “Contemporary Rhetorical Citizenship: Purposes, Practices, and Perspectives”, Department of Media, Cognition, and Communication, Section of Rhetoric, University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Kalkhoven, L. (2012, October 26-27). “The Plain, Familiar and Comfortable Language of the Common People: An Examination of Rhetorical Figures in Populist Language.” Paper presented at IPSA’s RC21-29 Expert Meeting on ‘Citizens and Leaders in a Comparative Perspective’, Moscow, Russia.
  • Kalkhoven, L., & De Landtsheer, C. (2012, July 8-12). The Smell Of Crisis In Political Style: Three Belgian Cases. Style and Rhetoric of Political Parties in and outside Crisis Situations in Belgium. Paper Presentation at the Annual Scientific Meeting IPSA, Madrid, Spain.
  • De Landtsheer C., & Sels D. (2012, July 9-12). Trench war or erosion? Strategy and psychological profile of separatist politicians. Paper presented at the International Political Science Association Conference, Research Committee RC29 on Psycho-Politics, Madrid, Spain.
  • Temmerman, M. (2012, September 1). Making sense of perception. Sensory perceptions as persuasive devices and evidentiality markers in journalistic travelogues. Paper presented at the 45th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, Department of Linguistics, Stockholm University, Sweden.
  • Jacobs, G., & Temmerman, M. (2012, June 1). Simulating press conferences: towards an integrated learning   experience on crisis communication for business communication and journalism students. Paper presented at the 11th European Conference of the Association of Business Communication: Beyond boundaries: Multicultural, multilingual, and multimodal diversity in business communication, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands. 
  • Kalkhoven, L., & De Landtsheer, C. (2011, August 24-27). The imagery of Geert Wilders, a Tsunami over the Netherlands? Paper presented at the conference of European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), Reykjavik, Iceland.
  • De Landtsheer, C. (2011, July). Highly popular but hardly responsible: the psychological profile of populist leaders in the Low Countries. Paper presented at Conference International Society Political Psychology (ISPP), Istanbul,Turkey,.
  • Kalkhoven, L., & De Landtsheer, C. (2011, July). The smell of crisis in political style: three Belgian cases.Style and Rhetoric of Political Parties in and outside Crisis Situations in Belgium. Paper presented at Conference International Society Political Psychology (ISPP), Istanbul, Turkey.
  • De Landtsheer, C., & Kalkhoven, L. (2011, June 23-25). The imagery of Geert Wilders, a Tsunami over the Netherlands? Paper presented at expert meeting IPSA “RC21 & RC29, Krakow, Poland.
  • De Landtsheer, C., Broen L., & Kalkhoven, L. (2011, January). De beeldspraak van Geert Wilders. Paper presented at Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, Universiteit Twente.
  • De Landtsheer, C., & De Sutter, P. (2011, January). Het psychologisch profiel en de leiderschapsstijl van Bart De Wever en Elio Di Rupo. Paper presented at Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, Universiteit Twente.
  • Temmerman, M. (2011, September 22). ‘Trust us:  Bootcamp Pilates does not sound half as hard as it is, but it works.’ The credibility of women’s magazines. Paper presented at 'Managing Trust’: 3rd Discourse in Organizations International Workshop, University of Antwerp & Corsendonk Priory, Belgium.
  • Temmerman, M. (2011, September 10). Persuasive dialogue structures in written texts. Direct mail techniques in the language of women’s magazines. Paper presented at the 44th Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea, Universidad de la Rioja, Logroño, Spain.
  • Temmerman, M. (2011, July 4). ‘Mascara, we’ve tested it for you!’ The editorial voice instantiated by the first person pronoun in a Flemish women’s magazine. Paper presented at the 12th International Pragmatics Conference, University of Manchester, United Kingdom.
  • Temmerman, M. (2011, January 27). Enough is enough. The identical tautology as a rhetoric figure in everyday conversation. Paper presented at the Rhetoric in Society III, Lessius Antwerp, Belgium.
  • Temmerman, M. (2011, January 27). Ethos in women’s magazines. How Flair tries to set an example. Paper presented at Rhetoric in Society III, Lessius Antwerp, Belgium.
  • Van de Voorde, M., & Temmerman, M. (2011, January 27). Women among themselves. A discourse analysis of relationship advice in two popular Flemish women’s magazines. Paper presented at Rhetoric in Society III, Lessius Antwerp, Belgium.
  • De Landtsheer, C. Kalkhoven, L., Heirman, W., & De Vries, P. (2010, September). Children's stereotyping of politics and their background. Paper presented at expert meeting IPSA “RC21 & RC29, Aalborg, Denmark.
  • Middelhoff, J., & De Landtsheer, C. (2010, July). Profiling the Giants of the European Union. Paper presented at Conference International Society Political Psychology (ISPP), San Francisco, USA.
  • Van de Voorde, M., & Temmerman, M. (2010, September 5). Women about men. A critical diachronic analysis of the representation of men in two popular Flemish women’s magazines. Paper presented at the 43rd Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europae, Vilnius, Lithuania.
  • Van de Voorde, M., & Temmerman, M. (2010, July 13). Soul Mate or Macho Man. A Critical Discourse Analysis of the Representation of Men in Two Popular Flemish Women’s Magazines. Paper presented at the 3rd Annual International Conference on Philology, Literatures and Linguistics, Athens, Greece. 
  • De Vries, P., & De Landtsheer, C. (2009, July 12-16). Personality politics in Belgium. Paper presented at Conference of the International Political Science Association (IPSA), Research Committee on Psychopolitics (RC29), Santiago, Chile.
  • De Landtsheer, C., & Krasnoboka, N. (2009, July 12-16). Political websites in South Africa. Paper presented at Conference of the International Political Science Association (IPSA), Research Committee on Political Socialization and Education (RC21), Santiago, Chile. 
  • Aalberts, C., & Kreijveld, M. (2009, August). Knowledge exchange through online political networks. Paper presented op de conferentie Towards knowledge democracy, Leiden, The Netherlands.
  • Aalberts, C. (2009, May). Always in touch with your political friends? Politici op online sociale netwerken. Paper presented op het Politicologenetmaal, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
  • Molenbeek, M., & Aalberts, C. (2009, February 12-13). Polderspindoctors: een Nederlandse variant op een Brits-Amerikaans fenomeen? Paper presented op het Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
  • Temmerman, M., & Belsack, E. (2009, September 18). (In)competent journalists interviewing (in)competent politicians. A linguistic-pragmatic discourse analysis of the (self-)representation of journalists and politicians in newspaper interviews during the 2007 government formation period in federal Belgium. Paper presented at the 2nd International Workshop on Discourse in Organisations: Displaying Competence, Ghent, Belgium. 
  • Temmerman,M., & Belsack, E. (2009, September, 11). Portrait, cliché or caricature. An analysis of the representation of politicians and political parties during the 2007 government formation period in the Belgian press. Full analysis of 51 interviews. Paper presented at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea. Global Languages, Local Languages, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Letras, Portugal. 
  • Temmerman, M., & Belsack, E. (2009, August 25). Framing the other community in the Belgian press. Paper presented at the conference Concept Types and Frames in Language, Cognition and Science (CTF09), University of Düsseldorf, Germany. 
  • Temmerman, M., & Belsack, E. (2009, April 24). Portrait, cliché or caricature. An analysis of the representation of politicians and political parties during the 2007 government formation period in the Belgian press. Pilot study of 8 interviews. Paper presented at Conference of the Linguistic Society of Belgium (LSB): Framing: from grammar to application, Lessius Antwerp, Belgium.
  • Aalberts, C. (2008, May 29-30). Podcasts, blogs en YouTube: nieuwe manieren voor politici om burgers te bereiken? Paper presented op het Politicologenetmaal, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
  • De Landtsheer, C., & De Vries, P. (2008, July 9-12). Personality in Belgian Politics: Mrs. and Mr. No. Confronting Political Personalities in the 2007 Government Formation. Paper presented at Conference International Society Political Psychology (ISPP), Paris, France.
  • De Vries, P., & Hendriks, H. (2008, July 9-12). What 's the Problem?: Linking Campaign Content to Public Evaluations of the Country. Paper presented at Conference International Society Political Psychology (ISPP), Paris, France.
  • De Vries, P., & Kesteloot, S. (2008, March). The clash between political science and marketing. Paper presented at International Political Marketing Conference (IPMC), Manchester, UK.
  • De Landtsheer, C., & Vertessen, D. (2007, September 13-14). Ideological Variation in Political Style: the Color of Political Metaphors. Paper presented at expert meeting IPSA “RC21 & RC29 “Politics, Culture & Socialization", Antwerpen, Belgium.
  • Hendriks, H., De Vries, P., & De Landtsheer, C. (2007, September 4-6). Swinging the Message: Campaign Styles in Safe versus Battleground states in the 2000 US Presidential Elections. Paper presented at ECPR conference Pisa, Italy.
  • Hendriks, H., De Vries, P., & De Landtsheer, C. (2007, July 4-9). Swinging the Message: Campaign Styles in Safe versus Battleground states in the 2000 US Presidential Elections. Paper presented at Conference International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP), Portland, USA.
  • De Vries, P., & De Landtsheer, C. (2007, June 6-7). Candidate Image. Paper presented at Masaryk University Brno, Brno, Czech Republic.
  • De Vries, P., Kesteloot, S., & De Landtsheer, C. (2007, April). Political Marketing Strategies in the 2006 Belgian Municipal Elections. Paper presented at International Political Marketing Conference (IPMC): Political Marketing Concepts for Effective Leadership Behavior, Sinaia, Roemenia.
  • Kesteloot, S., De Vries, P., & De Landtsheer, C. (2007, February). Branding the mayor. The end of political ideology in Flemish Municipal politics? Paper presented at Political Marketing Specialist Group (PSA): The voter as consumer. London, UK.
  • De Vries, P., & De Landtsheer, C. (2007, February). Communicatie aan het Belgisch Koninklijk Paleis. Paper prsented at Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap,  Antwerpen, Belgium.
  • Vertessen, D., & De Landtsheer, C. (2007, February). Politici aan het woord: een onderzoek naar politici en hun taalstijlen. Paper presented at Etmaal van de communicatiewetenschap,  Antwerpen,Belgium.
  • Aalberts, C. (2007, February 8-9). Alleen leuk voor anderen? Het derde persoonseffect en popularisering van politiek. Posterpresentatie op het Etmaal van Communicatiewetenschap,Antwerpen, Belgium.
  • De Landtsheer, C., & Vertessen, D. (2006, July 12-15). Political colour of metaphor with focus on black. Paper presented at Annual Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology (ISPP),Barcelona, Spain.
  • De Vries, P., & De Landtsheer, C. (2006, July 9-13). Perception Politics: A Belgian Case Study. Paper presented at the 20th International Political Science Association World Congress (IPSA): Is Democracy Working?, Fukuoka, Japan.
  • De Landtsheer, C., & Vertessen, D. (2006, July 9-13). Some Characteristics of Right-Wing Extremist Discourse. Discourse and ideology of the Belgian party Vlaams Blok/ Vlaams Belang. Paper presented at Conference International Political Science Association (IPSA), Fukuoka, Japan.
  • De Landtsheer, C., & Vertessen, D. (2006, May). De Retoriek van Vlaams Blok/ Vlaams Belang. Paper presented at Politicologenetmaal, Den Haag (The Hague), The Netherlands..
  • De Vries, P., & De Landtsheer, C. (2006, April). Crafting the Political Image: A Belgian Case in Perception Politics. Paper presented at the International Political Marketing Conference (IPMC): Political Marketing and Culture, Nicosia, Cyprus.
  • De Landtsheer, C. (2006, June 22). Metaphor, Language and Ideology. Keynote Lecture at conference: Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines (CADAAD), University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK.
  • Krasnoboka, N., & De Landtsheer, C. (2005, September 8-10). Broadcasting the Orange revolution: Rhetoric of the Ukrainian media during the last presidential campaign.Paper presented at the 3rd ECPRGeneral Conference, Budapest, Hungary.
  • De Landtsheer, C., & Vertessen, D. (2005, September 8-10). Political colour of metaphor: A case study of political rhetoric in Belgium. Paper presented at the 3rd ECPR General Conference, Budapest,Hungary.
  • De Landtsheer, C., & Vertessen, D. (2005, July 2-6). Metaphor, ideology and political rhetoric. Paper presented at the 28th Conference ISPP, Toronto, Canada.
  • De Vries, P., & De Landtsheer, C. (2005, July 2-6). Perception politics: A Belgian case study. Paper presented at the 28th Conference ISPP, Toronto, Canada.
  • De Vries, P., & De Landtsheer, C. (2005, June 23-25). The ideal mayor seen through the eyes of children. A Belgian case study in perception politics. Paper presented at IPSA/ RCPSE, Wuppertal,Germany.
  • De Landtsheer, C., De Vries, P., & Vertessen, D. (2005, March 31-April 2). Political impression management and perception politics in Belgium: The way of sound bites, personality profiles and appearance effectiveness of politicians. Paper presented at ICPM, Kastoria, Greece.
  • Vertessen, D., & De Landtsheer, C. (2005, April 14-19). Metaphorical election style? Patterns of symbolic language use in Belgian politics. Paper presented at ECPR  Workshop: Metaphor in Political Science, Granada, Spain.
  • De Landtsheer, C., Neuner, C., & Krasnoboka, N. (2004, November 28-29). The top ten of Europe/ Increased quantity and declining usage? Party websites for the 2004 European elections. Paper presented at the 33th IPSA/RCPSE. Information Society and Changing Political Culture: New Developments in Political Socialization and Education, Budapest, Hungary.
  • Krasnoboka, N., & De Landtsheer, C. (2004, July 15-18). Transitional Identity. Language Patterns in Media (Re) construction of Ukrainian Transition. Paper presented at the 27th Conference ISPP, Lund,Sweden.
  • De Landtsheer, C., & Krasnoboka, N. (2004, April 22). Political impression management: The winner's way to elections goes over perception. Paper presented at Conference Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia.
  • De Landtsheer, C. (2004, July 15-18). Integrative complexity, metaphor power and modality in the rhetoric of Dyab Abou Jahjah, leader of the Arab European League (AEL). Paper presented at the 27th Conference ISPP, Lund, Sweden.
  • De Landtsheer, C., Peleman, E., & Carroll, C. (2003, September 18-21). How European are the Polish? A Q-sort study on European identity frames in Poland. Paper presented at 2nd ECPR General Conference, Section 13: Political Communications and the Media, Marburg, Germany.
  • Beer, F. A., & De Landtsheer, C. (2003, February, 26-March 2). Rhetoric, metaphor, and world politics. Paper presented at ISA, Portland, Oregon, USA.
  • Immelman, A., De Landtsheer, C., & Van der Schaaf, W. (2002, July 17). Personality profiles of Dutch "Purple Coalition" cabinet leaders Wim Kok, Els Borst, and Annemarie Jorritsma. Paper presented at ISPP, Berlin, Germany. 
  • De Landtsheer, C. (2002, November). Political impression management: on the way of sound bites, personality profiles, and the effects of a favorable appearance. Paper presented at CongresMedialogie, Universiteit Antwerpen, Antwerpen, Belgium.
  • De Landtsheer, C., Van der Schaaf, W., & Immelman, A. (2002, May 23-24). Het persoonlijkheidsprofiel van Paars II via de media. Paper presented at Politicologenetmaal, Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands.
  • De Landtsheer, C. (2002, April 22-24). Metaphors and the socialization of nationalism through soccer reporting. An Italian case study. Mind, Language, and Metaphor. Paper presented at the Euroconference on consciousness and the imagination. High-Level Scientific Conference supported by the European Commission, Kerkrade, The Netherlands.