Linda Bos
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How the media shape perceptions of right-wing populist leaders
L Bos, W Van der Brug, C De Vreese
Political Communication 28 (2), 182-206, 2011
1912011
They Did It”: The Effects of Emotionalized Blame Attribution in Populist Communication
M Hameleers, L Bos, CH de Vreese
Communication Research 44 (6), 870-900, 2017
1342017
Populist rhetoric in politics and media: A longitudinal study of the Netherlands
L Bos, K Brants
European Journal of Communication 29 (6), 703-719, 2014
1292014
An experimental test of the impact of style and rhetoric on the perception of right-wing populist and mainstream party leaders
L Bos, W Van Der Brug, CH De Vreese
Acta Politica 48 (2), 192-208, 2013
1132013
Media coverage of right-wing populist leaders
L Bos, W Van der Brug, C De Vreese
Communications 35 (2), 141-163, 2010
1032010
The mediating role of emotions: News framing effects on opinions about immigration
S Lecheler, L Bos, R Vliegenthart
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 92 (4), 812-838, 2015
1002015
Public images of leaders of anti-immigration parties: Perceptions of legitimacy and effectiveness
L Bos, W Van der Brug
Party Politics 16 (6), 777-799, 2010
812010
Media cues and citizen support for right-wing populist parties
P Sheets, L Bos, HG Boomgaarden
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 28 (3), 307-330, 2016
592016
The appeal of media populism: The media preferences of citizens with populist attitudes
M Hameleers, L Bos, CH de Vreese
Mass Communication and Society 20 (4), 481-504, 2017
562017
It's the frame that matters: Immigrant integration and media framing effects in the Netherlands
L Bos, S Lecheler, M Mewafi, R Vliegenthart
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 55, 97-108, 2016
342016
Start spreading the news: A comparative experiment on the effects of populist communication on political engagement in sixteen European countries
M Hameleers, L Bos, N Fawzi, C Reinemann, I Andreadis, N Corbu, ...
The International Journal of Press/Politics 23 (4), 517-538, 2018
322018
Selective exposure to populist communication: How attitudinal congruence drives the effects of populist attributions of blame
M Hameleers, L Bos, CH de Vreese
Journal of Communication 68 (1), 51-74, 2018
312018
Linking survey and media content data: Opportunities, considerations, and pitfalls
CH De Vreese, M Boukes, A Schuck, R Vliegenthart, L Bos, Y Lelkes
Communication Methods and Measures 11 (4), 221-244, 2017
312017
Nation binding: How public service broadcasting mitigates political selective exposure
L Bos, S Kruikemeier, C de Vreese
PloS one 11 (5), e0155112, 2016
282016
Shoot the messenger? The media’s role in framing populist attributions of blame
M Hameleers, L Bos, CH de Vreese
Journalism 20 (9), 1145-1164, 2019
272019
Priming issues, party visibility, and party evaluations: The impact on vote switching
S Geers, L Bos
Political Communication 34 (3), 344-366, 2017
252017
Framing blame: Toward a better understanding of the effects of populist communication on populist party preferences
M Hameleers, L Bos, C de Vreese
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 28 (3), 380-398, 2018
242018
The role of implicit attitudes in populist Radical‐Right support
L Bos, P Sheets, HG Boomgaarden
Political Psychology 39 (1), 69-87, 2018
232018
The impact of mediated party issue strategies on electoral support
L Bos, JM Lefevere, R Thijssen, P Sheets
Party Politics 23 (6), 760-771, 2017
182017
A heartland full of insights into populist communication
M Hameleers, L Bos, CH de Vreese
Populist political communication in Europe 138, 2016
142016
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