Journal Articles

Wouter van Atteveldt, Tamir Sheafer, T., Shaul R. Shenhav and Yair Fogel-Dror (in press), Clause analysis: Using syntactic information to automatically extract source, subject, and predicate from texts with an application to the 2008-2009 Gaza War, accepted for publication in Political Analysis

Kasper Welbers, Wouter van Atteveldt , Jan Kleinnijenhuis and Nel Ruigrok (2016), 
A gatekeeper among gatekeepers: News agency influence in print and online newspapers in the Netherlands
, accepted for publication in Journalism Studies

Jan Kleinnijenhuis and Wouter van Atteveldt (2016), The Impact of the Explosion of EU News on Voter Choice in the 2014 EU Elections, accepted for publication in Politics and Governance 4 (1)

Nel Ruigrok, Wouter van Atteveldt, Sarah Gagestein, & Carina Jacobi (in press), Media and Juvenile Delinquency: A study into the relationship between journalists, politics and public, accepted for publication in Journalism

Jacobi, C., van Atteveldt, W., and Welbers, K. (in press).Quantitative Analysis of Large Amounts of Journalistic Texts using Topic Modelling, accepted for publication in Digital Journalism

Welbers, K., van Atteveldt, W., Kleinnijenhuis, J., Ruigrok, N. & Schaper, J. (2015). News selection criteria in the digital age: Professional norms versus online audience metrics. Journalism, (OnlineFirst), 1-17, DOI: 10.1177/1464884915595474.

Takens, J., Kleinnijenhuis, J., van Hoof, A., & van Atteveldt, W. (2015). Party Leaders in the Media and Voting Behavior: Priming Rather than Learning or Projection. Political Communication, (ahead-of-print), 1-19.

Hoof, A.M.J. van, Jacobi, C., Ruigrok, N. & Van Atteveldt, W. (2014). Diverse politics, diverse news coverage? A longitudinal study of diversity in Dutch political news during two decades of election campaigns. European Journal of Communication, 1-19. 10.1177/0267323114545712

Sheafer, T., Shenhav, S.R., Takens, J.H. & Van Atteveldt, W. (2014). Relative political and value proximity in mediated public diplomacy: The effect of state-level homophily on international frame building. Political Communication, 31(1), 149-167. 10.1080/10584609.2013.799107

Collingwood, L., Jurka, T., Boydstun, A.E., Grossman, E. & Van Atteveldt, W. (2013). RTextTools: A supervised learning package for text classification. The R Journal, 5(1), 6-13.

Kleinnijenhuis, J., Schultz, F., Oegema, D. & Van Atteveldt, W. (2013). Financial news and market panics in the age of high frequency trading algorithms. Journalism, 14(2), 271-291. 10.1177/1464884912468375

Takens, J.H., Van Atteveldt, W., Hoof, A.M.J. van & Kleinnijenhuis, J. (2013). Media logic in election campaign coverage. European Journal of Communication, 28(3), 277-293. 10.1177/0267323113478522

Schultz, F., Kleinnijenhuis, J., Oegema, D., Utz, S. & Van Atteveldt, W. (2012). Strategic framing in the BP crisis: A semantic network analysis of associative frames. Public Relations Review, 38(1), 97-107. 10.1016/j.pubrev.2011.08.003

Van Atteveldt, W., Kleinnijenhuis, J., Ruigrok, N. & Schlobach, S. (2008). Good news or bad news: Conducting sentiment analysis on Dutch texts to distinguish between positive and negative relations. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 5(1), 73-94.

Van Atteveldt, W., Kleinnijenhuis, J. & Ruigrok, N. (2008). Parsing, semantic networks, and political authority using syntactic analysis to extract semantic relations from Dutch newspaper articles. Political Analysis, 16(4), 428-446. 10.1093/pan/mpn006

Ruigrok, N. and Van Atteveldt, W. (2007). Global angling with a local angle: How U.S., British, and Dutch newspapers frame global and local terrorist attacks. The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 12:68–90.


Van Atteveldt, W. (2008). Semantic Network Analysis: Techniques for Extracting, Representing, and Querying Media Content (dissertation). BookSurge, Charleston, SC.

Kleinnijenhuis, J., Scholten, O., Van Atteveldt, W., Van Hoof, A. M. J., Krouwel, A., Oegema, D., De Ridder, J. A., Ruigrok, N., and Takens, J. (2007). Nederland vijfstromenland: De rol van media en stemwijzers bij de verkiezingen van 2006. Bert Bakker, Amsterdam. [The role of media and vote advice applications in the Dutch 2006 Parliamentary elections]

Book chapters

Kleinnijenhuis, J. & Van Atteveldt, W. (2013). Political positions and political cleavages in texts. In B. Kaal, I. Maks & A. van Elfrinkhof (Eds.), From Text to Political Positions (Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Ruigrok, N., Van Atteveldt, W. & Takens, J. (2013). Shifting frames in a deadlocked conflict: News coverage of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In J. Seethaler, M. Karmasin, G. Melischek & R. Woehlert (Eds.), Selling War: The Role of the Mass Media in Hostile Conflicts (ECREA, 1753-0342) (pp. 259-289). Bristol: Intellect.

Kleinnijenhuis, J., Takens, J., van Hoof, A., Van Atteveldt, W., and Walter, A. (2013). Gevaren van medialogica voor de democratie. In Aarts, R. and De Goede, P., editors, Omstreden Democratie, pages 111–130. Boom: Meppel. [Dangers of media logic for democracy, in: Contested Democracy]

Takens, J.H., Hoof, A.M.J. van, Kleinnijenhuis, J. & Van Atteveldt, W. (2011). Do new parties bring personalization, a narrow issue agenda and populist rhetoric? Evidence from Dutch election campaign coverage from 1998 to 2006. In T. van Haaften, J. Jansen, J. de Jong & W. Koetsenruijter (Eds.), Bending Opinion: essays on persuasion in the public domain (pp. 327-348). Leiden: Leiden University Press.

Kleinnijenhuis, J. and Van Atteveldt, W. (2006). Geautomatiseerde inhoudsanalyse, met de berichtgeving over het EU-referendum als voorbeeld. In Wester, F., editor, Inhoudsanalyse: theorie en praktijk, Kluwer, Alphen aan de Rijn (Netherlands). [Automatic content analysis, with the coverage of the EU referendum as example, in: Content Analysis: Theory and Practice]

Other refereed scientific publications

Ruigrok, N. Van Atteveldt, W., Gagestein, S., Slotboom, A. & Jacobi, C. (2014). Media en Jeugdcriminaliteit. Een onderzoek naar de mediaberichtgeving in vergelijking met de feitelijke ontwikkelingen. Den Haag: Wetenschappelijk Ondezoeks- en Documentatiecentrum, Ministerie van Veiligheid en Justitie. [Media and youth crime: an investigation of the media coverage compared to statistical developments, published by the Center for Scientific Research and Documentation (WODC), Ministry of Safety and Justice.]

Kleinnijenhuis, J., Van Atteveldt, W. & Welbers, K. (2013). De herkomst van vertrouwen in de rechtsstaat 1993-2012, onderzocht via tekstmining van de mediaberichtgeving en analyse van de publieke opinie. Den Haag: Wetenschappelijk Ondezoeks- en Documentatiecentrum, Ministerie van Veiligheid en Justitie. [Determinants of trust in the rule of law 1993-2012, studies using text mining of media coverage and analysis of public opinion, published by the Center for Scientific Research and Documentation (WODC), Ministry of Safety and Justice.]

Van Atteveldt, W., Schlobach, S., and Van Harmelen, F. (2007). Media, politics and the Semantic Web: An experience report in advanced RDF usage. In Franconi, E., Kifer, M., and May, W., editors, ESWC 2007, number 4519 in LNCS, pages 205–219, Berlin, Germany. Springer.

Ruigrok, N. and Van Atteveldt, W. (2006). Marijnissen en wilders, een tomatenrepubliek ontsluierd? Samenleving en Politiek, 13(10):39–49.

Van Atteveldt, W. and Schlobach, S. (2005). A modal view on polder politics. In Proceedings of Methods for Modalities (M4M) 2005 (Berlin, 1-2 December).

Van Atteveldt, W. and Schlobach, S. (2005). A modal view on polder politics. In Artemov, S., Barringer, H., d’Avila Garcez, A. S., Lamb, L. C., and Woods, J., editors, We Will Show Them: Essays in Honour of Dov Gabbay, Vol 1, pages 89–105. Berlin.

Kleinnijenhuis, J., Takens, J., and Van Atteveldt, W. (2005). Toen Europa de dagbladen ging vullen. In Aarts, K. and van der Kolk, H., editors, Nederlanders en Europa: het referendum over de Europese grondwet, chapter 6. Bert Bakker, Amsterdam.

Philip, W., Van Atteveldt, W., Coopmans, P., and van der Meer, M. (2001). Subject-object asymmetry in child comprehension of wh-questions. In Proceedings of BUCLD 2000