Václav Štětka
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Towards hypermedia campaigning? Perceptions of new media's importance for campaigning by party strategists in comparative perspective
DG Lilleker, J Tenscher, V Štětka
Information, communication & society 18 (7), 747-765, 2015
Does a crisis change news habits? A comparative study of the effects of COVID-19 on news media use in 17 European countries
P Van Aelst, F Toth, L Castro, V Štětka, C Vreese, T Aalberg, AS Cardenal, ...
Digital Journalism 9 (9), 1208-1238, 2021
From multinationals to business tycoons: Media ownership and journalistic autonomy in Central and Eastern Europe
V Stetka
The International Journal of Press/Politics 17 (4), 433-456, 2012
Investigative journalism in Central and Eastern Europe: Autonomy, business models, and democratic roles
V Stetka, H Örnebring
The International Journal of Press/Politics 18 (4), 413-435, 2013
Media and Democratisation: What is Known about the Role of Mass Media in Transitions to Democracy
N Jebril, V Stetka, M Loveless
Does the platform matter? Social media and COVID-19 conspiracy theory beliefs in 17 countries
Y Theocharis, A Cardenal, S Jin, T Aalberg, DN Hopmann, J Strömbäck, ...
new media & society 25 (12), 3412-3437, 2023
The powers that tweet: Social media as news sources in the Czech Republic
R Hladík, V Štětka
Journalism studies 18 (2), 154-174, 2017
Navigating high-choice European political information environments: A comparative analysis of news user profiles and political knowledge
L Castro, J Strömbäck, F Esser, P Van Aelst, C de Vreese, T Aalberg, ...
The International Journal of Press/Politics 27 (4), 827-859, 2022
Whither slacktivism? Political engagement and social media use in the 2013 Czech Parliamentary elections
V Štětka, J Mazák
Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace 8 (3), 2014
Facebook as an instrument of election campaigning and voters’ engagement: Comparing Czechia and Poland
V Stetka, P Surowiec, J Mazák
European Journal of Communication 34 (2), 121-141, 2019
Good girls don't comment on politics? Gendered character of online political participation in the Czech Republic
L Vochocová, V Štětka, J Mazák
Information, Communication & Society 19 (10), 1321-1339, 2016
Audience engagement with COVID-19 news: The impact of lockdown and live coverage, and the role of polarization
S Mihelj, K Kondor, V Štětka
Journalism Studies 23 (5-6), 569-587, 2022
The vaccination debate in the “post‐truth” era: social media as sites of multi‐layered reflexivity
D Numerato, L Vochocová, V Štětka, A Macková
Sociology of Health & Illness 41, 82-97, 2019
Introduction: media and illiberal democracy in Central and Eastern Europe
P Surowiec, V Štětka
East European Politics 36 (1), 1-8, 2020
Czech Republic: The rise of populism from the fringes to the mainstream
O Císař, V Štětka
Populist political communication in Europe, 285-298, 2016
Media ownership and commercial pressures. Final Report for the Pillar 1 of the project Media and Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe.
V Stetka
report presented at the Final MDCEE project conference ‘Media and Democracy …, 2013
The rise of oligarchs as media owners
V Stetka
Media and politics in new democracies: Europe in a comparative perspective …, 2015
This time it’s different? Effects of the Eurovision Debate on young citizens and its consequence for EU democracy–evidence from a quasi-experiment in 24 countries
J Maier, T Faas, B Rittberger, J Fortin-Rittberger, KA Josifides, S Banducci, ...
Journal of European Public Policy 25 (4), 606-629, 2018
The impact of news consumption on anti-immigration attitudes and populist party support in a changing media ecology
V Štětka, S Mihelj, F Tóth
Political Communication 38 (5), 539-560, 2021
“Nobody Tells us what to Write about”: The Disinformation Media Ecosystem and its Consumers in the Czech Republic
V Štětka, J Mazák, L Vochocová
Javnost-The Public 28 (1), 90-109, 2021
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