The Digital Communication Methods Lab is happy to publish the results of the third edition of the Thesis Funding Grants. These grants provided financial support for theoretically-relevant and digitally innovative (research) master theses written at the University of Amsterdam’s Graduate School of Communication for semester 2 of the 2019-2020 academic year. Their main findings are available below.
- Online vigilance and goal conflict stress smartphone users out: An in-situ approach to digital stress by Alicia Gilbert
- Assessing political news quality: An automated comparison of political news quality indicators across German newspapers with different modalities and reach by Nicolas Mattis
- Emotions as the Impetus of Negative Campaigning Effects. Investigating the mediating role of anger and fear in the effects of negative campaigning by Vladislav Petkevic
Find more results from digicomlab Thesis Grants and information about application procedure here.