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van Ginneken, Jaap


VAN GINNEKEN, Jaap. Dutch, b. 1943. Genres: Communications/Media, Psychology, Writing/Journalism. Career: University of Amsterdam, Netherlands, assistant professor of collective behavior, 1970-72, assistant professor of anthropology and sociology, 1974-75, assistant professor of communication, 1990-; University of Leiden, Netherlands, assistant professor of theoretical psychology, 1982-85; University of Groningen, Netherlands, assistant professor of the history of psychology, 1987-; psychologist. Publications: Crowds, Psychology, and Politics, 1992; De Uitvinding van het Publiek (title means: The Invention of the Public), 1993; Understanding Global News, 1998; Collective Behavior and Public Opinion, 2003. Author of additional books in Dutch. Address: Department of Communication, University of Amsterdam, Kloveniers Burginal 48, 1012 CX Amsterdam, Netherlands. Online address: [email protected]

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