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    Loved and feared in fortress Europe: Framing the European refugee crisis.Maureen Rovers, Gabi Schaap & Serena Daalmans - 2020 - Communications 45 (2):252-263.
    The European refugee crisis is an important topic on media, political, and public agendas. Due to its scope and impact, its continuing prevalence on the media-agenda and the divisiveness of public debate, new research is needed to understand the media’s framing of the issue. This study inductively analyzes framing of the refugee crisis of 2015–2016 by two Dutch newspapers. Portrayal of the refugee crisis consists of ten different frames and counter frames. The frames are communicated on the level of the (...)
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    ‘One Night of Prime Time’: An Explorative Study of Morality in One Night of Prime Time Television.Serena Daalmans, Ellen Hijmans & Fred Wester - 2014 - Journal of Mass Media Ethics 29 (3):184-199.
    Research into television's ethical value has mostly focused on scandal genres, such as Big Brother, Jersey Shore, and Jerry Springer. Only recently have researchers started to explore television's moral content with a broader focus. In this study we explore and describe the types of morality and moral content of a night of Dutch prime time television with an open and inductive approach through a qualitative content analysis. Our results revealed 13 types of morality and a basic differentiation between morals that (...)
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    Who Is the Doctor in This House? Analyzing the Moral Evaluations of Medical Students and Physicians ofHouse, M.D.Merel van Ommen, Serena Daalmans & Addy Weijers - 2014 - AJOB Empirical Bioethics 5 (4):61-74.
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    Let’s talk about risks. Parental and peer mediation and their relation to adolescents’ perceptions of on- and off-screen risk behavior.Anne Sadza, Esther Rozendaal, Serena Daalmans & Moniek Buijzen - forthcoming - Communications.
    Studies of mediation practices typically focus on parental mediation, but during adolescence parents’ impact decreases relative to that of peers. This study compares perceived parental and peer mediation in the context of media portrayals of risk behavior and adolescents’ perceptions thereof. A cross-sectional survey was conducted among 278 adolescents aged 12 to 17 (M = 14.18, SD = 1.62, 51.4 % girls) using Hayes’s process macro (model 4) to investigate direct and indirect associations between mediation, media-related cognitions, and social norms. (...)
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