Dirk Oegema

Dirk Oegema
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam | VU · Department of Communication Science

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The most important difference between newspaper and news weblog texts is their subjectivity representation. By means of a linguistic content analysis differences were established between newspapers and news weblogs. In a detailed analysis of specific grammatical and stylistic characteristics at sentence level, subjectivity differences in writing we...
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Subjectivity as language use in newspapers and news weblogs Subjectivity as language use in newspapers and news weblogs The most important difference between newspaper and news weblog texts is their subjectivity representation. By means of a linguistic content analysis differences were established between newspapers and news weblogs. In a detailed...
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Though social movement organizations (SMOs) depend heavily upon the media for their communication to the public, little is known about the relationships between media coverage and public support for SMOs. This research uses computer-assisted content analysis to assess the relationship between media coverage and membership figures for Dutch environm...
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Social movement organizations face the challenge of converting action preparedness into action participation, and accordingly, they must deal with factors that lead to nonparticipation. We identify two routes to nonparticipation--"nonconversion" and "erosion." Nonconversion refers to a movement's failure to transform sympathizers into active partic...
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Four aspects of mobilization are distinguished: formation of mobilization potentials, formation and activation of recruitment networks, arousal of motivation to participate, and removal of barriers to participation. Four steps toward participation in social movements are then distinguished: becoming part of the mobilization potential, becoming targ...

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