Sanne Kruikemeier
Sanne Kruikemeier
Amsterdam School of Communication Research ASCoR, University of Amsterdam
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How political candidates use Twitter and the impact on votes
S Kruikemeier
Computers in Human Behavior 34, 131-139, 2014
Getting closer: The effects of personalized and interactive online political communication
S Kruikemeier, G van Noort, R Vliegenthart, CH de Vreese
European Journal of Communication 28 (1), 53-66, 2013
Online Behavioral Advertising: A Literature Review and Research Agenda
SC Boerman, S Kruikemeier, FJ Zuiderveen Borgesius
Journal of Advertising 46 (3), 363-376, 2017
Unraveling the effects of active and passive forms of political Internet use: Does it affect citizens’ political involvement?
S Kruikemeier, G van Noort, R Vliegenthart, CH de Vreese
New Media & Society 16 (6), 903-920, 2014
Re-evaluating journalistic routines in a digital age: A review of research on the use of online sources
S Lecheler, S Kruikemeier
new media & society 18 (1), 156-171, 2016
News media use and political engagement among adolescents: An analysis of virtuous circles using panel data
S Kruikemeier, A Shehata
Political Communication 34 (2), 221-242, 2017
Digital diplomacy in GCC countries: Strategic communication of Western embassies on Twitter
N Strauß, S Kruikemeier, H van der Meulen, G van Noort
Government Information Quarterly 32 (4), 369-379, 2015
Consumer responses to promoted tweets sent by brands and political parties
SC Boerman, S Kruikemeier
Computers in Human Behavior 65, 285-294, 2016
Political Microtargeting: Relationship Between Personalized Advertising on Facebook and Voters' Responses
S Kruikemeier, M Sezgin, SC Boerman
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 19 (6), 367-372, 2016
Online political microtargeting: Promises and threats for democracy
F Zuiderveen Borgesius, J Möller, S Kruikemeier, R Ó Fathaigh, K Irion, ...
Utrecht Law Review 14 (1), 82-96, 2018
Learning from news on different media platforms: An eye-tracking experiment
S Kruikemeier, S Lecheler, MM Boyer
Political Communication 35 (1), 75-96, 2018
Comparing the outcome of two different procedures to handle complaints from a patient's perspective
RD Friele, S Kruikemeier, JJ Rademakers, R Coppen
Journal of forensic and legal medicine 20 (4), 290-295, 2013
Nation binding: How public service broadcasting mitigates political selective exposure
L Bos, S Kruikemeier, C de Vreese
PloS one 11 (5), e0155112, 2016
Nation Binding: How Public Service Broadcasting Mitigates Political Selective Exposure
L Bos, S Kruikemeier, C de Vreese
PloS one 11 (5), e0155112, 2016
Understanding the Effects of Personalization as a Privacy Calculus: Analyzing Self-Disclosure Across Health, News, and Commerce Contexts
N Bol, T Dienlin, S Kruikemeier, M Sax, SC Boerman, J Strycharz, ...
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 23 (6), 370-388, 2018
When does an Infographic say more than a thousand words? Audience evaluations of news visualizations
Y de Haan, S Kruikemeier, S Lecheler, G Smit, R van der Nat
Journalism Studies 19 (9), 1293-1312, 2018
News Consumer Perceptions of New Journalistic Sourcing Techniques
S Kruikemeier, S Lecheler
Journalism Studies 19 (5), 632-649, 2018
The relationship between online campaigning and political involvement
S Kruikemeier, G van Noort, R Vliegenthart, C H. de Vreese
Online information review 40 (5), 673-694, 2016
Online And Newsworthy: Have online sources changed journalism?
S Van Leuven, S Kruikemeier, S Lecheler, L Hermans
Digital Journalism 6 (7), 798-806, 2018
The mix of media use matters: Investigating the effects of individual news repertoires on offline and online political participation
J Strömbäck, K Falasca, S Kruikemeier
Political Communication 35 (3), 413-432, 2018
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