Henk Pander Maat

List of John Benjamins publications for which Henk Pander Maat plays a role.


The discourse of news management

Edited by Geert Jacobs and Henk Pander Maat

Special issue of Pragmatics 18:1 (2008) ca. 125 pp.
Subjects Discourse studies | Pragmatics


Lentz, Leo, Henk Pander Maat and Daphne Dost. 2014. An evidence-based template proposal for patient information leaflets. Information Design Journal 21:3, pp. 225–243
Dolk, Simone, Leo Lentz, Peter Knapp, Henk Pander Maat and Theo Raynor. 2011. Headline section in patient information leaflets: Does it improve reading performance and perception?. Information Design Journal 19:1, pp. 46–57
Jacobs, Geert, Henk Pander Maat and Tom Van Hout. 2008. The discourse of news management. The discourse of news management, Jacobs, Geert and Henk Pander Maat (eds.), pp. 1–8
Pander Maat, Henk. 2008. Editing and genre conflict: How newspaper journalists clarify and neutralize press release copy. The discourse of news management, Jacobs, Geert and Henk Pander Maat (eds.), pp. 87–113
Although corporate press releases are ‘preformulated’ to fit some of the conventions of journalistic reports, their style at times seems quite different from the one favoured by journalists. That is, there appear to exist stylistic conflicts between the press release genre and the press report… read more | Article
Lentz, Leo and Henk Pander Maat. 2007. Reading aloud and the delay of feedback: Explanations for the effectiveness of reader protocols. Discourse, Cognition and Communication, Sanders, Ted J.M. and Leo Lentz (eds.), pp. 266–281
An important objective of research in information design is the validation of methods that are available for the evaluation of public information. In this article three evaluation methods using verbal self-reports are compared: think aloud reader protocols, the plus-minus method and Focus (a… read more | Article
Neutelings, Rob and Henk Pander Maat. 2001. 11. Trust but verify: Local suspensions of the cooperation principle in political communication. Reading and Writing Public Documents, Janssen, Daniël and Rob Neutelings (eds.), pp. 233–254
Pander Maat, Henk. 2001. Unstressed en /and as a marker of joint relevance. Text Representation: Linguistic and psycholinguistic aspects, Sanders, Ted J.M., Joost Schilperoord and Wilbert Spooren (eds.), pp. 197 ff.