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Dr. J.E. (Judith) Möller

Associate Professor
Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences
CW : Political Communication & Journalism
Photographer: Bram Belloni

Visiting address
  • Nieuwe Achtergracht 166
  • Room number:C8.00
Postal address
  • Postbus 15791
    1001 NG Amsterdam
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  • Profile

    Judith Möller is an Associate Professor for Political Communication at the Department of Communication Science at the University of Amsterdam and an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Department of Sociology and Political Science at the University of Trondheim. She is affiliated with the Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR), the Center for Politics and Communication (CPC), and the Information, Communication, & the Data Society Initiative (ICDS).

    In her research, she focuses on the effects of political communication, in particular, social media and digital media. She is fascinated by the complex relationship between expressions of citizenship and communication characterized by intertwined causal links and conditioned by the political system. In particular, there are two foci her research: (1)  the impact of tailored political communication on the individual user and society at large and (2) the role of (new) media in the process of attitude formation, specifically as part of the political socialization processes. 

    In 2019 she was awarded a VENI talent track grant by the Dutch Science Foundation (NWO). The project is entitled "Vocal, Visible and Vaulting? (Dis)connected niche audiences in the age of artificial intelligence" and studies the impact of algorithmic filter systems and artificial intelligence on specific segments of the population and niche audiences (fringe bubbles). She is the recipient of the Baschwitz Article of the Year Award in 2018 and a fellow of the algorithmed public sphere network at the Hans-Bredow-Institute in Hamburg, Germany (2017). She is co-founder of the research group on AI and conversational agents at the UvA and part of a research team that successfully applied for a four year E-Science/NWO Data science grant (“Inside the filter bubble”) that aims to link substantive research with methods in computer linguistics to identify biases in frames and perspectives in individual news diets.

    Her work has been published in international peer-reviewed journals such as Journal of Communication, Communication Research, Social Science Computer Review, Information, Communication, and Society, The International Journal of Press/Politics, American Behavioral Scientist, European Journal of Communication, Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, Journal of European Public Policy, Digital Journalism and Politics and Governance (Google Scholar Profile). She serves as an editorial board member of Journal of Communication and ad-hoc reviewer for many leading journals in the field (Publons Profile).

    It is important to her, that her research reaches a broader public. She regularly participates in public debates or science festivals, for example, the Betweterfestival, Bessensap, One World Media café, or Tegenlicht Meet-up in Pakhuis de Zwijger. She is also in frequent dialogue with news publishers, public broadcasters and media regulators. She was commissioned to write an extended report for the Commissariaat van de Media about exposure diversity and algorithmic news recommendation that was later shared with the Dutch Parliament with Natali Helberger. Moreover, she is regularly invited as an expert to meetings of media regulators and consumer and market authorities such as The European Regulators Group for Audiovisual Media Services (ERGA) , European Platform of Regulatory Authorities (EPRA), Medienanstalt Berlin-Brandenburg (mabb), Landesanstalt für Medien NRW, Eidgenössische Medienkommission (EMEK) or Election Observation and Democracy Support (EODS). She is also member of a proof of concept project (PI: Natali Helberger) that successfully applied for funding of the SIDN fonds to develop a diversity assessment toolkit in the context of news.

     

  • Publications

    2021

    • Bernstein, A., de Vreese, C., Helberger, N., Schulz, W., Zweig, K., Baden, C., Beam, M. A., Hauer, M. P., Heitz, L., Jürgens, P., Katzenbach, C., Kille, B., Klimkiewicz, B., Loosen, W., Moeller, J., Radanovic, G., Shani, G., Tintarev, N., Tolmeijer, S., ... Zueger, T. (2021). Diversity in news recommendation: Manifesto from Dagstuhl Perspectives Workshop 19482. Dagstuhl Manifestos, 9(1), 43-61. https://doi.org/10.4230/DagMan.9.1.43 [details]
    • Loecherbach, F., Welbers, K., Moeller, J., Trilling, D., & van Atteveldt, W. (2021). Is this a click towards diversity? Explaining when and why news users make diverse choices. In WebSci '21: Proceedings of the 13th ACM Web Science Conference : June 21–25, 2021, Virtual Event (pp. 282-290). Association for Computing Machinery. https://doi.org/10.1145/3447535.3462506 [details]
    • Möller, J. (2021). Filter bubbles and digital echo chambers. In H. Tumber, & S. Waisbord (Eds.), The routledge companion to media disinformation and populism (pp. 92-100). (Routledge Media and Cultural Studies Companions). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003004431-10 [details]
    • Reuver, M., Mattis, N., Sax, M., Verberne, S., Tintarev, N., Helberger, N., Möller, J., Vrijenhoek, S., Fokkens, A., & van Atteveldt, W. (2021). Are we human, or are we users? The role of natural language processing in human-centric news recommenders that nudge users to diverse content. In A. Field, S. Prabhumoye, M. Sap, Z. Jin, J. Zhao, & C. Brockett (Eds.), The 1st Workshop on NLP for Positive Impact: NLP4PosImpact 2021 : proceedings of the workshop : August 5, 2021, Bangkok, Thailand (online) (pp. 47-59). Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL). https://doi.org/10.18653/v1/2021.nlp4posimpact-1.6 [details]
    • Thomas, F., Shehata, A., Otto, L. P., Möller, J., & Prestele, E. (2021). How to Capture Reciprocal Communication Dynamics: Comparing Longitudinal Statistical Approaches in Order to Analyze Within- and Between-Person Effects. Journal of Communication, 71(2), 187-219. https://doi.org/10.1093/joc/jqab003 [details]
    • Vrijenhoek, S., Kaya, M., Metoui, N., Möller, J., Odijk, D., & Helberger, N. (2021). Recommenders with a Mission: Assessing Diversity in News Recommendations. In CHIIR '21: proceedings of the 2021 Conference on Human Information Interaction and Retrieval : March 14-19, 2021, Canberra, Australia (pp. 173-183). The Association for Computing Machinery. https://doi.org/10.1145/3406522.3446019 [details]
    • van Klingeren, M., Trilling, D., & Möller, J. (2021). Public opinion on Twitter? How vote choice and arguments on Twitter comply with patterns in survey data, evidence from the 2016 Ukraine referendum in the Netherlands. Acta Politica, 56(3), 436-455. https://doi.org/10.1057/s41269-020-00160-w [details]

    2020

    2019

    2018

    2017

    2016

    2014

    • Kunz, R., Moeller, J., Esser, F., & de Vreese, C. (2014). Comparing political participation in different institutional environments: the mobilizing effect of direct democracy on young people. In M. J. Canel, & K. Voltmer (Eds.), Comparing political communication across time and space: new studies in an emerging field (pp. 117-134). Palgrave Macmillan. [details]
    • Moeller, J., de Vreese, C., Esser, F., & Kunz, R. (2014). Pathway to political participation: the influence of online and offline news media on internal efficacy and turnout of first-time voters. American Behavioral Scientist, 58(5), 689-700. https://doi.org/10.1177/0002764213515220 [details]

    2013

    2010

    2021

    • Fahy, R. (Author), Möller, J. (Author), & Bellanova, R. (Author). (2021). Deplatforming Politicians and the Implications for Europe. Web publication/site, Global Digital Cultures. [details]

    2020

    2019

    2016

    2014

    • de Vreese, C. H., & Möller, J. (2014). Communication and political socialization. In C. Reinemann (Ed.), Political communication (pp. 529-546). (Handbooks of communication sicence; No. 18). De Gruyter. [details]

    2012

    2011

    2010

    2019

    2018

    2016

    2020

    • Loecherbach, F., Moeller, J., Trilling, D., & van Atteveldt, W. (2020). Unified framework of media diversity: A systematic literature review. Paper presented at International Communication Association (ICA), Gold Coast, Australia.
    • Loecherbach, F., Moeller, J., Trilling, D., van Atteveldt, W., & Helberger, N. (2020). Perceived control and satisfaction in news recommender systems. Paper presented at Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap 2020, .
    • Loecherbach, F., Moeller, J., Trilling, D., van Atteveldt, W., & Helberger, N. (2020). Perceived control and satisfaction in news recommender systems. Poster session presented at International Communication Association (ICA), Gold Coast, Australia.
    • Merten, L., Metoui, N., Makhortykh, M., Trilling, D., & Moeller, J. (2020). News won't find me? Exploring inequalities in social media news use with tracking data. Paper presented at International Communication Association (ICA), Gold Coast, Australia.
    • Möller, J. E. (2020). How to develop an open-source proof of concept: DART - lessons learned. Abstract from Etmaal van de Communicatie, .

    2019

    • Beam, M., Möller, J. E., & de Vreese, C. H. (2019). Algorithms and extremism: Looking across the globe at news routines. Paper presented at International Communication Association (ICA), Washington, United States.
    • Helberger, N., Eskens, S. J., van Drunen, M. Z., Bastian, M. B., & Möller, J. E. (2019). Implications of AI-driven tools in the media for freedom of expression. Paper presented at Artificial intelligence – Intelligent politics: Challenges and opportunities for media and democracy, Nicosia, Cyprus.
    • Henkel, I., Thurman, N., Möller, J., & Trilling, D. (2019). Free, but tame? How online and multiplatform journalists in nine European countries differ from their offline colleagues. Abstract from 5th Conference of the International Journal of Press/Politics, Loughborough , United Kingdom.
    • Henkel, I., Thurman, N., Trilling, D. C., & Möller, J. E. (2019). Independence, integrity, interrogation: Comparing online, offline, and multi-platform journalists in nine countries. Paper presented at International Communication Association (ICA), Washington, United States.
    • Kroon, A. C., Trilling, D., Fokkens, A., Loecherbach, F., Moeller, J., van der Velden, M. A. C. G., & van Atteveldt, W. (2019). Improving automated content analysis with news-specific word embeddings for medium-resourced languages. Paper presented at International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2), Amsterdam, Netherlands.
    • Kroon, A., Trilling, D., Fokkens, A., Loecherbach, F., Moeller, J., van Atteveldt, W., & van der Velden, M. (2019). Deriving semantics from Dutch media corpora: The Amsterdam word embedding model. Abstract from Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, Nijmegen, .
    • Merten, L., Metoui, N., Makhortykh, M., Trilling, D., & Moeller, J. (2019). News won't find me? Exploring potential digital inequalities in social media news use. Paper presented at International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2), Amsterdam, Netherlands.
    • Merten, L., Möller, J. E., van de Velde, R. N., & Puschmann, C. (2019). Macht der Gewohnheit? Prävalenz und Prädiktoren von Zugangswegen zu Onlinenachrichten auf Grundlage von Trackingdaten. Abstract from Paper presented at the Jahrestagung der Fachgruppe Rezeptions- und Wirkungsforschung in der DGPuK, Berlin., .
    • Möller, J. E., van de Velde, R. N., Merten, L., & Puschmann, C. (2019). Creatures of habit? Explaining online news engagement based on browsing behavior. Paper presented at International Communication Association (ICA), Washington, United States.
    • Trilling, D., van Atteveldt, W., Loecherbach, F., & Möller, J. E. (2019). New ways to gather trace data: From tracking to takeout. Paper presented at European Political Science Association (EPSA), Belfast, United Kingdom.
    • van Atteveldt, W., Bogaardt, L., van Hees, V., Loecherbach, F., Moeller, J., & Trilling, D. (2019). Gathering mobile news consumption traces: An overview of possibilities and a prototype tool based on Google takeout. Abstract from Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, Nijmegen, .
    • van Atteveldt, W., Bogaardt, L., van Hees, V., Loecherbach, F., Möller, J. E., Trilling, D. C., & Welbers, K. (2019). Gathering mobile news consumption traces: An overview of possibilities and a prototype tool based on Google takeout. Abstract from International Communication Association (ICA), Washington, United States.

    2018

    • Henkel, I., Thurman, N., Möller, J. E., & Trilling, D. C. (2018). Mere "electricians"? How the professional values of online journalists compare against those of their offline counterparts. Abstract from 7th European Communication Conference (ECREA), Lugano, Switzerland.
    • Makhortykh, M., Bastian, M. B., & Möller, J. E. (2018). Hi, I am your bot: The role of chatbots in a changing news environment. Abstract from SciCar Conference, Dortmund, Germany.
    • Möller, J. E. (2018). Creatures of habit? Explaining pathways to online news use in the context of browsing sessions. Abstract from ECPR annual conference, . https://ecpr.eu/Events/PaperDetails.aspx?PaperID=41912&EventID=115
    • Möller, J. E., & Trilling, D. C. (2018). Expecting the unexpected: Conceptualizing diversity as relative distance in a multidimensional feature space. Abstract from ICA, Prague, Czech Republic.
    • Möller, J. E., & Trilling, D. C. (2018). Personalized news repertoires. Abstract from Amsterdam Privacy Conference, UvA, .
    • Thurman, N., Helberger, N., Möller, J. E., & Trilling, D. C. (2018). My friends, editors, algorithms, and I: A multi-level analysis of audience attitudes to news selection. Paper presented at ICA, Prague, Czech Republic.
    • Thurman, N., Möller, J. E., Helberger, N., & Trilling, D. C. (2018). How can we square the filter bubble?. Abstract from ICA, Prague, Czech Republic.
    • Trilling, D. C., Möller, J. E., van de Velde, R. N., & de Vreese, C. H. (2018). Reading a bit about everything or everything about a bit? Assessing online news use through combined survey and tracking data. Paper presented at ICA, Prague, Czech Republic.
    • Trilling, D. C., Möller, J. E., van de Velde, R. N., & de Vreese, C. H. (2018). Reading a bit about everything or everything about a bit? Assessing the breadth and depth of online news use through combined survey and tracking data. Abstract from Integrating and Analyzing Data from Surveys and Social Media, Bochum, Germany.
    • van Klingeren, M., Trilling, D. C., & Möller, J. E. (2018). Can we find our public sphere on Twitter? A comparison of public opinion and the Twittersphere during the 2016 Dutch Ukraine referendum. Paper presented at Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, Ghent, Belgium.
    • van Klingeren, M., Trilling, D. C., & Möller, J. E. (2018). Twitter and the public. How does the Twittersphere represent and influence public opinion during the 2016 Dutch Ukraine referendum?. Abstract from 7th European Communication Conference (ECREA), Lugano, Switzerland.

    2017

    • Möller, J. E., & Trilling, D. C. (2017). Algorithmic news recommendation: Assessing different dimensions of content divers ity. Abstract from Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, Tilburg, Netherlands.
    • Möller, J. E., & Trilling, D. C. (2017). Simulating who sees what: Dismantling the babooshka doll of layers of diversity in news recommender systems. Abstract from International Communication Association (ICA), San Diego, United States.
    • Möller, J. E., Trilling, D. C., Helberger, N., & van Es, B. (2017). Do news recommenders foster filter bubbles? An empirical assessment of multiple recommender systems and their impact on content diversity. Abstract from International Conference on Computational Social Science (IC2S2), Cologne, Germany.
    • Trilling, D. C., Möller, J. E., Helberger, N., & de Vreese, C. H. (2017). From one-size-fits-all to tailor-made distribution channels: New divides?. Abstract from Etmaal van de Communicatiewetenschap, Tilburg, Netherlands.

    2016

    • Möller, J. E., Kühne, R. J., & de Vreese, C. H. (2016). Mobilizing 21st century youth: How digital media use fosters civic duty, information efficacy, and political participation. Abstract from Annual Conference of the Media Audiences and Effects Division of the German Communication Association (DGPuK), Amsterdam, Netherlands.
    • Möller, J. E., Kühne, R. J., & de Vreese, C. H. (2016). Mobilizing 21st century youth: How digital media use fosters civic duty, information efficacy, and political participation. Paper presented at 2016 Conference of the International Communication Association, Fukuoka, Japan.
    • Möller, J. E., Trilling, D. C., Helberger, N., & de Vreese, C. H. (2016). From one-size-fits-all to tailor-made distribution channels: New divides. Abstract from ECREA's 6th European Communication Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.
    • Möller, J. E., Trilling, D. C., Helberger, N., Irion, K., & de Vreese, C. H. (2016). Shrinking core? Exploring the differential agenda setting power of traditional and personalized news media. Paper presented at EuroCPR, Brussels, Belgium.

    2015

    • Zuiderveen Borgesius, F. J., Trilling, D., Möller, J., Bodó, B., de Vreese, C. H., & Helberger, N. (2015). Should We Worry about Filter Bubbles? An Interdisciplinary Inquiry into Self- and Pre-Selected Personalised Communication. Paper presented at Amsterdam Privacy Conference 2015, .

    2012

    • Möller, J. E., & de Vreese, C. H. (2012). Spiral of political learning: the reciprocal relationship of news media use and political knowledge. Paper presented at Paper presented at the internal conference of the National Centre of Competence in Research, Thun, Switzerland, .

    2011

    • Möller, J. E., Kunz, R., Esser, F., & de Vreese, C. H. (2011). Direct democracy and political socialization. Comparing Switzerland and the Netherlands.. Paper presented at Paper presented at the Conference of the ECREA Political Communication Section, Madrid, Spain, .

    2010

    • Möller, J. (2010). The media as an agent of political socialization in Europe. Paper presented at ECPR joint sessions of workshops, Münster, .

    Media appearance

    • Möller, J. (07-03-2021). Het internet als echokamer: politieke filterbubbel is op YouTube snel gemaakt [Web] NOS. Het internet als echokamer: politieke filterbubbel is op YouTube snel gemaakt.
    • Möller, J. (26-01-2021). Nieuws op sociale media: kun je zelf nog wel kiezen wat je ziet? [Web] Radar. Nieuws op sociale media: kun je zelf nog wel kiezen wat je ziet?.
    • Möller, J. (09-01-2021). 'Twitter-president' Trump is verbannen, maar drukte wel stempel op sociale medium [Television] NOS Journaal. Trump mag nooit meer op Twitter.
    • Möller, J. (06-11-2020). Techbedrijven doen meer bij verkiezingen VS, maar te vroeg voor conclusies NOS. Techbedrijven doen meer bij verkiezingen VS.
    • Möller, J. (26-10-2020). Der Erfolg von „FakeNews“: Wie sich Falschinformationen leichter verbreiten. Der Erfolg von „FakeNews“: Wie sich Falschinformationen leichter verbreiten.
    • Möller, J. (26-09-2020). De BN’ers van #Ikdoenietmeermee: slachtoffer van de filterbubbel? [Print] Het Parool. De BN’ers van #Ikdoenietmeermee: Slachtoffer van de filterbubbel?.
    • Möller, J. (23-08-2020). Een pandemie is voedsel voor complottheorieën: die bloeien als nooit tevoren [Print] Trouw. Een pandemie is voedsel voor complottheorieën: die bloeien als nooit tevoren.
    • Möller, J. (29-07-2020). Premier Mark Rutte communiceert via Facebook. Is dat erg? [Print] Het Parool. Premier Mark Rutte communiceert via Facebook. Is dat erg?.
    • Möller, J. & de Vreese, C. (31-05-2020). Facebook maakt belofte nepnieuws-onderzoek niet waar [Television] NOS Journaal. Facebook maakt belofte nepnieuws-onderzoek niet waar.
    • Möller, J. (22-11-2019). Politieke advertenties aan banden gelegd - wat mag straks nog wel/niet op Twitter, Google en Facebook? Volskrant. Politieke advertenties aan banden gelegd - wat mag straks nog wel/niet op Twitter, Google en Facebook?.
    • Möller, J. (09-05-2019). De stofzuiger van Silicon Valley. De stofzuiger van Silicon Valley.
    • Möller, J. & Helberger, N. (30-04-2019). Gepersonaliseerd nieuws: matchmaker voor online media of journalistiek-ethisch mijnenveld?. Gepersonaliseerd nieuws: matchmaker voor online media of journalistiek-ethisch mijnenveld?.
    • Möller, J. & Kruikemeier, S. (26-04-2019). Die filterbubbel waar u in zou zitten, bevat nog volop gaten [Print] Volkskrant. Die filterbubbel waar u in zou zitten, bevat nog volop gaten.
    • Möller, J. E. (01-12-2013). Jongeren en politiek interesse. [Other] Funx.nl. Jongeren en politiek interesse..

    Talk / presentation

    • Ó Fathaigh, R. (speaker), Möller, J. (speaker) & Bellanova, R. (speaker) (19-5-2021). Digital Platforms and the Digitisation of Government Surveillance, TILTing Perspectives 2021 , Tilburg .
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (23-3-2021). From filter bubbles to fringe bubbles: The effects of algorithmic news curation on polarisation and radicalisation, Birkbeck University of London.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (8-3-2021). Filterblasen aus kommunikationswissenschaftlicher Sicht, POPP! Filterblasen spielerisch zum Platzen bringen, Berlin.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (19-2-2021). Politieke polarisatie en radikalisatie online, Jaarlijkse ontmoeting strategisch netwerk politie nederland , Den Haag.
    • Helberger, N. (speaker) & Möller, J. (speaker) (19-2-2021). Algorithmic Political Targeting and Filter Bubbles, WINTER ACADEMY ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND INTERNATIONAL LAW, Den Haag.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (30-11-2020). AI in Journalism, The next chapter for Media Literacy: AI, Data and Ethics’..
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (16-11-2020). Tech for society: AI als journalistieke buddy, Pakhuis de Zwijger, Amsterdam.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (27-10-2020). Disinformation - setting the scene, Safeguarding freedom - stabilising democracy, Brussels.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) & Beam, M. (speaker) (27-10-2020). Spiral of noise: towards a new theoretical framework to understand the effects of biased information, MISDOOM, Leiden.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (26-10-2020). Typen der Desinformation, Medientage München, München.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (30-9-2020). De campagne 2021. Verwachtingen en vorspellingen, Oh Oh Den Haag: De Campagnes zijn begonnen!, Amsterdam.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (29-9-2020). Typen von Desinformation und Misinformation, GVK-Symposium digital - "Typen von Desinformation".
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (22-9-2020). Algorithms and the public sphere: a research agenda, NTNU Trondheim.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (20-5-2020). AI and algorithms in political communication, Political Communication DIvision at ICA.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (14-5-2020). Do AI technologies cause and/or sustain filter bubbles, echo chambers and fake news spread, Reflective AI in a Digital Society.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (6-3-2020). Typologien von Desinformation: Verbreitung, Auswirkungen und Handlungsbedarfe, Klausurtagung der Medienkommission der Landesanstalt für Medien NRW, Düsseldorf.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (20-2-2020). Out of control? Using interactive testing to understand user agency in news recommendation systems., Michigan Symposium on Media and Politics, Ann Arbor.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (20-2-2020). From filter bubbles to fringe bubbles: The effects of algorithmic news curation on polarization and radicalization, Michigan State University.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) & Helberger, N. (speaker) (19-2-2020). Algorithmic Political Targeting and Filter Bubbles, WINTER ACADEMY ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND INTERNATIONAL LAW, Den Haag.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (18-2-2020). From filter bubbles to fringe bubbles: The effects of algorithmic news curation on polarization and radicalization, Kent State University.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (15-12-2019). Kenniscafe: Wetenschappers over de 2020’s, Kenniscafé, Amsterdam.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (20-11-2019). Effects of polical microtargeting, Deine Daten für unser Wahlversprechen, Berlin.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (12-11-2019). Political Microtargeting - A communication science perspective, "How is politics influenced by big data, micro-targeting and profiling? The case of the Five Star Movement in Italy and Brexit in the UK", Brussels.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (25-9-2019). Desinformation als Arbeitsfeld der Medienaufsicht, Landesanstalt für Medien NRW.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (12-6-2019). Filterbubbels in Nederland, Mediamonitor, Amsterdam.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (8-5-2019). Algorithms, Values, and Relevance, Eidgenössische Medienkommission EMEK.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (4-2-2019). Fair election campaigns. A communication scientific perspective., EODS experts seminar: Online campaign and social networks, Brussels.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (30-1-2019). Influence of manipulation. What protections in the digital world?, CPDP.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (14-12-2018). Do not blame it on the algorithm, Media Fast Forward, Brussels.
    • Möller, J. (invited speaker) (5-4-2018). Platforms and Algorithms, International Media Law, Policy & Practice (IMLPP) Conference 2018 , Amsterdam.
    • Möller, J. (keynote speaker) (23-3-2018). Algorithmic news recommenders - blessing or curse, 9th meeting of the European Regulators Group for Audiovisual Media Services (ERGA), Zagreb.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (21-2-2018). Social bubbles and algorithms, Social Bubbles in Delft, Delft.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (29-6-2017). Bestaat de filterbubbel, Betweterfestival, Utrecht.
    • Trilling, D. (speaker) & Möller, J. E. (speaker) (16-6-2017). Waarom het verkeerd is om algoritmes de schuld te geven van filterbubbels, Bessensap, Amsterdam.
    • Möller, J. (speaker) (15-5-2017). Breek uit je Mediabubbel, One world Mediacafé, Amsterdam.
    • Borgesius, F. (speaker), Kruikemeier, S. (speaker), Dobber, T. (speaker), Möller, J. E. (speaker), Bodó, B. (speaker), Trilling, D. C. (speaker) & Helberger, N. (speaker) (23-9-2016). Political microtargeting, IViR leestafel at the Institute for Information Law.
    • Borgesius, F. (speaker), Helberger, N. (speaker), Möller, J. E. (speaker) & Bodó, B. (speaker) (19-9-2016). From mass- to personalised communication – implications for society, law & policy, Ministerie van Onderwijs, Cultuur en Wetenschap [Ministry of Education, Culture and Science], The Hague.
    • Helberger, N. (invited speaker), Zuiderveen Borgesius, F. (invited speaker), Möller, J. (invited speaker), Bodo, B. (invited speaker), de Vreese, C. (invited speaker) & Trilling, D. C. (invited speaker) (2015). Should we worry about filterbubbles? An interdisciplinary inquiry into self- and pre-selected personalised communication, Amsterdam Privacy Conference, Amsterdam.

    Others

    • Möller, J. (participant) (21-3-2019 - 22-3-2019). AI 360 l Copenhagen, Copenhagen (participating in a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Helberger, N. (organiser) & Möller, J. (organiser) (14-2-2019). Media diversity policy options in data-driven media markets, Amsterdam. Expert workshops for media and market regulators and authorities (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Helberger, N. (organiser), Möller, J. E. (organiser) & Humprecht, E. (organiser) (18-10-2018). ECREA Pre-conference Information Diversity and Media Pluralism in the Age of Algorithms, Lugano (organising a conference, workshop, ...).
    • Möller, J. (organiser), Puschmann, C. (organiser), Helberger, N. (chair), Eskens, S. J. (participant), Bodó, B. (participant) & van Drunen, M. Z. (participant) (7-12-2017). Algorithmic Personalization & News, Hamburg (organising a conference, workshop, ...).

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    • Trilling, D. C., Kulshrestha, J., de Vreese, C., Halagiera, D., Jakubowski, J., Möller, J., Puschmann, C., Stępińska, A., Stier, S. & Vaccari, C. (9-9-2020). Codebooks SHARENEWS. Universiteit van Amsterdam. https://doi.org/10.21942/uva.12933341.v1.
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