Annette Klarenbeek PhD is professor in the Research group Communication in Digital Transition at HU University of Applied Sciences Utrecht. In her research, Klarenbeek focuses on the human factor as the most important driver of changes in professional practice. The impact of the current digital transformation on society plays a key role in this context. The guiding question in her research is how certain values are formulated during a conversation and how insight into these values can be translated into an effective communication strategy (during crises).
Annette Klarenbeek previously held a professorship at Hanze University of Applied Sciences, where she founded the Research group Communication, Behaviour & The Sustainable Society. Here she studied how people enter into dialogue about sustainability.
Annette Klarenbeek is regularly commissioned to perform discourse-analytical research on behalf of the Netherlands’ police force and Public Prosecution Service. Cases she has contributed to include the Vaatstra Case, the Milica van Doorn Case and the Nicky Verstappen Case.
She has also researched public perception and opinion-forming for, and by order of, the Dutch House of Representatives. Annette was conferred a PhD by Wageningen University for her research into latent crises and government communication. Her area of expertise is the course of, and interaction between, online and offline conversations, plus the effects they have in the context of the themes sustainability, health and safety.
- Accounting for Sexual Issues Related to Cancer A Discursive Psychological Approach to Online Talk Between Women in Heterosexual Relationships
- Communication practices in conversations about sexual health in medical healthcare settings A systematic review
- The discourse of social movements Online mobilising practices for collective action