Leo Van Audenhove
Leo Van Audenhove
Vrije Universiteit Brussel -Studies on Media, Information and Telecommunication
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Online political debate, unbounded citizenship, and the problematic nature of a transnational public sphere
B Cammaerts, L Audenhove
Political communication 22 (2), 179-196, 2005
Talking to people III: Expert interviews and elite interviews
L Van Audenhove, K Donders
The Palgrave handbook of methods for media policy research, 179-197, 2019
Expert interviews and interview techniques for policy analysis
L Van Audenhove
Vrije University, Brussel Retrieved May 5, 2009, 2007
Information society policy in the developing world: a critical assessment
L Van Audenhove, JC Burgelman, G Nulens, B Cammaerts
Third world quarterly 20 (2), 387-404, 1999
An information society in Africa? An analysis of the information society policy of the World Bank, ITU and ECA
G Nulens, L Van Audenhove
Gazette (Leiden, Netherlands) 61 (6), 451-471, 1999
The Palgrave handbook of methods for media policy research
H Van den Bulck, M Puppis, K Donders, L Van Audenhove
Palgrave Macmillan, 2019
Beyond the digital divide: Reducing exclusion, fostering inclusion
B Cammaerts, L Van Audenhove, G Nulens, C Pauwels
BrusselsVUB Brussels University Press, 2002
Social support for digital inclusion: Towards a typology of social support patterns
A Asmar, L Van Audenhove, I MariŽn
Social Inclusion 8 (2), 138-150, 2020
Towards an integrated information society policy in South Africa: an overview of political rhetoric and policy initiatives 1994–2000
L Van Audenhove
Taylor & Francis Group 29 (1-2), 129-147, 2003
Post-Snowden internet policy: between public outrage, resistance and policy change
J Pohle, L Van Audenhove
Media and Communication 5 (1), 1-6, 2017
Participative ICT4D and living lab research: The case study of a mobile social media application in a rural Tanzanian University setting
D Baelden, L Van Audenhove
Telematics and Informatics 32 (4), 842-852, 2015
The Digital Divide. Towards the information society in Africa
G Nulens, N Hafkin, L Van Audenhove, B Cammaerts
VUB Press/United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, 2001
Using new technologies for stimulating interpersonal communication on HIV and AIDS
D Baelden, L Van Audenhove, T Vergnani
Telematics and Informatics 29 (2), 166-176, 2012
Theories on the information society and development: recent theoretical contributions and their relevance for the developing world
L Van Audenhove
Taylor & Francis Group 29 (1-2), 48-67, 2003
ICT-Usage among Transnational Social Movements in the Networked Society: to organise, to mediate & to influence
B Cammaerts, L Van Audenhove
ASCoR, Amsterdam Free University, Amsterdam, 2003
Information and communication technology policy in Africa: A critical analysis of rhetoric and practice
L Van Audenhove
Information Technology in Context, 277-290, 2017
Digital by default: Consequences, casualties and coping strategies
I MariŽn, R Heyman, K Salemink, L Van Audenhove
Social inequalities, media and communication: Theory and roots, 167-188, 2016
Data literacy and education: Introduction and the challenges for our field
L Van Audenhove, W Van den Broeck, I MariŽn
Journal of Media Literacy Education 12 (3), 1-5, 2020
Media Literacy Policy in Flanders Belgium: From Parliamentary Discussions to Public Policy.
L Van Audenhove, I MariŽn, H Vanwynsberghe
Journal of Media Literacy Education 10 (1), 59-81, 2018
Social inequalities, media, and communication: Theory and roots
L Van Audenhove, DM Clarke, B Durdağ, NM Gordon-Bell, R Heyman, ...
Lexington Books, 2016
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