Sophie Duvekot

Sophie Duvekot has been a researcher at the research group of Quality Journalism in Digital Transition since 2022. She is particularly interested in the relationship between journalism and the public in the contemporary digital society.

In her research, Sophie focuses on the role of journalism in people's lives and society. She explores how younger generations relate to news and journalism and what that means for their news consumption and behavior. She is also involved in the European research project Diacomet, which explores how media and citizens in today's digital information society can be better enabled to communicate in a responsible and ethical way, and what role technology can play in this.

Previously, Sophie gained journalistic experience at OneWorld, Blendle and the Dutch Journalism Fund, among others. In 2023 she graduated from the master's degree in Sociology at the University of Amsterdam after obtaining her bachelor's degree in Journalism at the School for Journalism in Utrecht.


  • News Consumption
  • Journalism Ethics


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Sophie Duvekot

  • Researcher
  • Research group: Quality Journalism in Digital Transition