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  1. Refugees in the News: Comparing Belgian and Swedish Newspaper Coverage of the European Refugee Situation During Summer 2015.Leen D’Haenens, Willem Joris, Valeriane Mistiaen, Lutgard Lams, Ebba Sundin, Stefan Mertens & Rozane De Cock - 2018 - Communications 43 (3):301-323.
    This comparative content analysis of Belgian and Swedish newspaper coverage of the ‘refugee situation’ in 2015 revolves around responsibility indicators, news actor characteristics, and thematic emphasis. As they are a potential influential factor in the public-opinion formation process, the studying of media portrayals is an essential first step in investigating the dynamic interplay between media discourse and societal reactions. Belgium and Sweden differ with respect to migration policy, integration indicators, and the number of incoming refugees. They also differ in terms (...)
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    Auf dem Weg zur Vollendung seiner politischen Philosophie. Hegels Lehre vom objektiven Geist im System seiner philosophischen Enzyklopädien.Stefan Mertens - 2019 - Hegel Jahrbuch 2019 (1):67-74.
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    Hegels reife rechtsphilosophische Antwort auf Kant.Stefan Mertens - 2017 - Hegel-Jahrbuch 2017 (1):353-359.
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    Worin bestehen eigentlich Hegels anthropologische Perspektiven?Stefan Mertens - 2018 - Hegel-Jahrbuch 11 (1):209-215.
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    The Digital Divide Among Young People in Brussels: Social and Cultural Influences on Ownership and Use of Digital Technologies.Leen D'Haenens & Stefan Mertens - 2010 - Communications 35 (2):187-207.
    This article reports on a survey of youth in Brussels and their ownership and use of digital technologies, focusing specifically on the social and cultural diversity within this group. Socio-cultural diversity includes differences regarding ethnicity and gender, language and educational attainment, as well as social and economic status. The relationship of these socio-cultural differences with the digital divide in terms of ownership and use is investigated. The data show a persistent ownership divide between socially weaker versus stronger groups accompanied by (...)
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    Der Reife Hegel Gegen den Jungen Hegel? Zur Werkgeschichtlichen Entwicklung Seines Politischen Denkens.Stefan Mertens - 2014 - Hegel-Jahrbuch 2014 (1).
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    Who is to Blame on July 22, 2011? Psychological and Sociological Blame Frames in the Reporting of Anders Breivik in the Dutch Speaking Broadsheet Press. [REVIEW]Stefan Mertens - 2015 - International Studies. Interdisciplinary Political and Cultural Journal 17 (1):59-72.
    On July 22, 2011 Anders Breivik murdered a large amount of people in Norway. In this study we investigate a sample of articles that were published about Breivik and his deeds in the Flemish and Dutch press. We will investigate these articles looking for the so-called “attribution of responsibility frame.” The murders from Breivik could be explained psychologically as well as sociologically. We present a typology of subtypes of frames. We will furthermore investigate how many times these types of frames (...)
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    Parental Mediation of Internet Use and Cultural Values Across Europe: Investigating the Predictive Power of the Hofstedian Paradigm.Leen D’Haenens & Stefan Mertens - 2014 - Communications 39 (4):389-414.
    The EU Kids Online project aims to enhance knowledge of the experiences and practices of European children and their parents regarding online risks and safety. A crucial research effort by the EU Kids Online network has been a survey in 25 European countries which targeted approximately 1,000 children per country. This article applies a cross-cultural values filter to the data that were gathered on parental mediation and the Internet in this survey. Our intention is to test whether Geert Hofstede’s cross-national (...)
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