Rens Vliegenthart and Claire Segijn win ASCoR Baschwitz Awards 2016

7 July 2017

ASCoR researchers awarded on June 29th, 2017

Rens Vliegenthart wins Baschwitz Faculty Award 2016

Rens Vliegenthart has received the ASCoR Baschwitz Faculty Award for the best article published in a peer-reviewed journal in 2016.

This award is given for the best article published by an ASCoR staff member in a peer-reviewed journal in the preceding year.

He received the award for the article "The Media as a Dual Mediator of the Political Agenda–Setting Effect of Protest. A Longitudinal Study in Six Western European Countries" which is co-authored by eleven colleagues:

  • Vliegenthart, R., Walgrave, S., Wouters, R., Hutter, S., Jennings, W., Gava, R., Tresh, A., Varone, F., Grossman, E., Beunig, C., Brourard, S., Chaques-Bonafont, L. (2016). The Media as a Dual Mediator of the Political Agenda–Setting Effect of Protest. A Longitudinal Study in Six Western European Countries. Social Forces, 95(2), 837-859.

 

Claire Segijn wins Baschwitz Young Scholar Award 2016

Claire Segijn has received the ASCoR Baschwitz Young Scolar Award for the best article published in a peer-reviewed journal in 2016.

The award was established as an incentive to ASCoR PhD candidates, and is given for the best article published by an ASCoR PhD candidate in a peer-reviewed journal in the preceding year.

She received the award for the article entitled “The Underlying Mechanisms of Multiscreening Effects”, which is co-authored by Hilde Voorveld and Edith Smit:

  • Segijn, C. M., Voorveld, H. A. M., & Smit, E. G. (2016). The underlying mechanisms of multiscreening effects. Journal of Advertising, 45(4), 391-402.

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