Conference presentations

Dekker, R., Franco Contreras, J. & Meijer, A.J. (2017). Introducing the Living Lab Methodology to Public Administration. NIG Annual Work Conference. 9-10 November 2017, Maastricht, The Netherlands.

Dekker, R., Engbersen, G.B.M., Klaver, J. & Vonk, H. (2017). Smart Refugees. How Syrian Asylum Migrants use Social Media Information in Migration Decision-making. IMISCOE Conference. 28-30 June 2017, Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Dekker, R. (2015). Contesting Media Frames and Policy Change. ECREA section on Diaspora, Migration and the Media conference ‘The porous walls of fortress Europe: Contemporary media discourses of cultural belonging’ Rotterdam, 19-20 November 2015.

Dekker, R. (2015). Media coverage of policy debate. The interplay between mass media and online media in influencing Dutch immigration policies. ICPP conference Milan, 1-4 July 2015.

Dekker, R. (2015). Immigration in the spotlight. The interplay between mass media and online media in influencing Dutch immigration policies. IMISCOE conference Geneva, 25-27 June 2015.

Dekker, R. & Melenhorst, L. (2014). Panel “Media, Politics and Governance” and paper The Contingency of Governments’ Responsiveness to the Virtual Public Sphere: A Systematic Literature Review”. NIG conference Delft, 27-28 November 2014.

Dekker, R. (2014). The Virtual Reality of the Public Sphere. A systematic literature review of governments’ responsiveness to the virtual public sphere. Workshop ‘Political communication’ Politicologenetmaal Maastricht, 11-12 June 2014.

Dekker, R. (2013). Local government’s responsiveness to the social media landscape. A systematic review and meta-analysis of academic literature. Panel “Understanding Policy Dynamics. A Critical Confrontation of Theories of the Policy Process.” NIG conference, Enschede, 28-29 November 2013.

Dekker, R. & Engbersen, G.B.M. (2013). Online Feedback in Migration Systems. THEMIS conference Oxford, 24-26 September 2013.

Dekker, R., Emilsson, H., Krieger, B. & Scholten, P.W.A. (2013). The local dimension of integration policy: A comparative study of Berlin, Malmo and Rotterdam.  IMISCOE Workshop ‘Theorizing the Local Turn in Immigrant Policies: A Multi-level Approach’ Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, 20 September 2013.

Dekker, R. (2013). How to study social media agenda setting dynamics in a local government’s policy sub system? Study group I: E-government/ICT in Public Administration, EGPA Conference Edinburgh, 11-13 September 2013.

Dekker, R. (2013). Social media and Interethnic Contact. Conference ‘Using ICT, Social Media and Mobile Technologies to Foster Self-Organisation in Urban and Neighbourhood Governance’ OTB institute Delft University, Delft, 16-17 May 2013.

Dekker, R. (2012). Pitch of my PhD project. EGS3H Graduate School symposium, Rotterdam, 7 November 2012.

Dekker, R. & Engbersen, G.B.M. (2012). How Social Media Facilitate Migration. IMISCOE conference Amsterdam, 28-29 August 2012.

Dekker, R. & Kubal, A. (2011). Consequences of Immigrant Inter-Wave Dynamics for Migration Processes: Ukrainians in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. IMISCOE Conference Warsaw, 8-9 September 2011.

Dekker, R. (2011). Disconnected Migration Networks. Migration from Ukraine to the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Norway. IMISCOE Workshop Rotterdam

Dekker, R. (2011). Introduction to THEMIS: Theorizing the Evolution of European Migration Systems. CEMIS/CIMIC Workshop Antwerp.

 

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