Claes de Vreese is a Professor of Political Communication and Chair of the department at the University of Amsterdam and an elected member of the Royal Dutch Academy of Science. He is also the Director of the Program Group in Political Communication & Journalism and serves as the Adjunct Dean of the Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Amsterdam. Professor de Vreese is also an Affiliated Professor of Political Science and Journalism at the University of Southern Denmark. He earned his B.A. in Film and Media Studies from the University of Copenhagen and M.A. and Ph.D. in European Communication Studies from the University of Amsterdam.
Professor de Vreese researches comparative journalism research, the effects of news and public opinion on European integration, effects of information and campaigning on elections, referendums and direct democracy.
Schuck, Andreas RT, Rens Vliegenthart, and Claes H. De Vreese. “Who’s afraid of conflict? The mobilizing effect of conflict framing in campaign news.” British Journal of Political Science 46.01 (2016): 177-194.
Boukes, Mark, et al. “Political News with a Personal Touch How Human Interest Framing Indirectly Affects Policy Attitudes.” Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly (2014): 121-141.
Nelson, Thomas E., et al. “Value Poaching: Framing the Same Values for Competing Political Ends.” International Journal of Communication 9 (2015): 2881-2902.