On April 15, during Onderzoeksdag at The Hague University, I will give a workshop about my research on gossip.

I will first give a brief overview of what has been written about gossip in the literature. What are the mechanisms of gossip: who do we gossip with? Who do we gossip about? What are the specific topics of gossip, and what are the functions of gossip? Moreover, the effects of gossip and perception of gossipers will also be examined and discussed.


Participants will then be invited to evaluate various possible research questions and discuss how these can effectively be put into practise. The workshop will also explore how such research could be applied to teaching.

The workshop is from 2:00 – 3:00 pm in SL 5.86 at The Hague University. I hope to see you there!

Dominique Darmon is a lecturer at The Hague University for Applied Sciences since 2012. She teaches courses such as Journalism and Media, Corporate Communications and Cross Cultural Communication Management. She coaches first year students and also supervises third years for their final papers and internships. Dominique has more than fifteen years of experience as a television producer: she worked for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, for Vision TV, (Canada’s national, multi-faith television network) and produced documentaries for OMNI Television, (a Canadian multi-cultural station). Dominique then worked for SNV (Netherlands Development Organisation) as international campaign manager. She designed, coordinated, and implemented the ‘Making a Difference’ campaign in association with Euronews. Her work took her around the world, to places such as Russia, Indonesia, Cuba, Iraq, Cambodia, Malawi, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia and Papua New Guinea.

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