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Forty years of Nordic Media Research: Introduction.
(De Gruyter Open, 2014)
“What researchers now can tell us” : Representing scientific uncertainty in journalism
(OberCom - Observatorio da Comunicação, 2009)
Little research has been done on how journalism deals with and constructs scientific uncertainty. This paper applies Critical Discourse Analysis to explore how scientific uncertainty (and certainty) is constructed in news ...
Dialogue as a Journalistic Ideal
(Taylor & Francis, 2014-04-16)
Discussions and practices related to participatory and interactive journalism emphasize the dialogical aspects of journalism. However, throughout history, the idea of dialogue in journalism has taken a variety of forms. ...
When Aping a Politician as an Ape: Making Sense of Political Caricatures on the Boundaries of Journalism
(Cappelen Damm Akademisk, 2017)
Political caricature is a subset of satire that visually exposes and ridicules the foolish behavior of persons engaged in power struggles in society. Political caricatures have a strong capacity to provoke and offend. ...
Social Media and Situation Awareness during Terrorist Attacks: Recommendations for Crisis Communication
This chapter summarises the findings of a case study on social media activity during the 22 July 2011 terrorist attacks in Norway. Based on these findings and on theories and previous research on the role of social media ...
“Making us see science” : visual images in popular science articles and science journalism
(University of Southern Denmark, 2010)
The article explores how scientific research and scientists are represented visually in popular science and science journalism. It discusses communicative functions and cultural meanings of visual elements in science ...
Mediating science in Norway : practices and transformations in major newspapers
(Vytautas Magnus University, 2011)
What characterizes journalistic representations of researchers and research in Norway? This article presents a quantitative analysis and a discourse analysis of how journalism that covers and uses scientific research has ...
"Pandemisk paranoia"? En analyse av nyhetsomtalen av "svineinfluensaen" i norske aviser
The study analyzes how a selection of Norwegian newspapers represented the swine flu in two critical phases in 2009. The analysis suggests how the news coverage was one-dimensional. Little space was provided for critical ...
Førti år i forskningens tjeneste. Fremvoksende naturvitenskapelig og medisinsk forskning i A-magasinet og VG i 1966, 1986, 2006
(Norsk sakprosa, 2010)
Hva kjennetegner journalistiske representasjoner av forskere og forskning i forskjellige perioder fra 1966 til 2006? På hvilke måter har representasjonene endret seg? Denne studien presenterer en sammenliknende kritisk ...