The second line of research focuses on the (production) lifecycle of news stories on health issues as they travel back and forth among the stakeholders.
In particular, taking a case-oriented, multi-sited linguistic ethnographic approach, it sets out to investigate the complex discursive practices and professional routines that determine the dissemination and uptake of specific pieces of health information.
The objective is to see if the news story lifecycles constitute a linear industry-driven process, or if there are more complex recursive patterns of critical recontextualization at work.
PRESENTATION | (De)constructing health news: a transdisciplinary investigation into news media coverage of elderly-related health issues (download)
ABSTRACT | The Discursive Practices underlying Elderly-Related Health News: a Multi-Sited, Linguistic Ethnography (download)
Vijftigplussers in doolhof van gezondheidsinformatie (download)
Gezondheidsinfo in de media: betrouwbaar of vooral beïnvloeding? (download)
JOURNAL ARTICLE | Examining “Elite” Power Dynamics in Informant–Research Relations and Its Impact on Ethnographic Data Construction. (download)
ABSTRACT | Balancing journalists’ and scientists’ professional practices: Producing an infotainment show about food (download)
ABSTRACT | Social media uptake and entextualisation of health messages from an infotainment TV show on food and nutrition (download)
ABSTRACT | Giving back to professionals: Formulating recommendations as a venue for co-creation (download)
ABSTRACT | Institutional narrative in the Communications of a pharmaceutical company (download)
ABSTRACT | Tell Me Your Story: The role of narratives in corporate identity construction The case of a European pharmaceutical company (download)