More publications of this project

Chung-hong Chan, Hartmut Wessler, Wouter van Atteveldt, Scott Althaus
2020
Are Right-Wing Attackers Also Terrorists? An Automated Content Analysis on How Perpetrator Identity Shapes Worldwide English-Language News Coverage of Islamist and Right-Wing Attacks
Virtual Conference
Scott Althaus, Joseph Bajjalieh, Marc Jungblut, Dan Shalmon, Wouter van Atteveldt, Kasper Welbers, Hartmut Wessler
2020
Is It Easier to Scare Us or Piss Us Off? The Impact of Terrorist Attacks on News Discourse Across 74 Years of New York Times Reporting
Virtual Conference
Chung-hong Chan, Hartmut Wessler, Eike Mark Rinke, Kasper Welbers, Wouter van Atteveldt, Scott Althaus
2020
How Combining Terrorism, Muslim, and Refugee Topics Drives Emotional Tone in Online News: A Six-Country Cross-Cultural Sentiment Analysis
S. (26 pages)
Chung-hong Chan, Jing Zeng, Hartmut Wessler, Marc Jungblut, Kasper Welbers, Joseph Bajjalieh, Wouter van Atteveldt, Scott Althaus
2020
Reproducible Extraction of Cross-Lingual Topics Using R
Virtual Conference
Kasper Welbers, Wouter van Atteveldt, Scott Althaus, Hartmut Wessler, Joseph Bajjalieh, Chung-hong Chan, Marc Jungblut
2020
Media Portrayal of Terrorist Events: Using Computational Text Analysis to Link News Items to the Global Terrorism Database
Virtual Conference
Hartmut Wessler
2019
Responsible terrorism coverage. How media can cover attacks without serving terrorist agendas
Berlin