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Underreporting the legal aspects of drone strikes in international conflicts: A case study of how Aftenposten and New York Times cover drone strike
(Irena Regener, 2014)
The purpose of this paper is to investigate, through content analyses of articles in The New York Times and the Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten, how these papers have reported on the legal aspects of drone strikes in ...
Digitization and Editorial Change in Online Media. Findings from a Norwegian Research Project
(Nordic Information Centre for Media and Communication Research (Nordicom), 2010)
Arbeiderbevegelsens Presseforbund (APF). Fra militant partiorganisering til konsernkanal og diffust presselaug
(Norsk pressehistorisk forening, 2014)
Journalism under pressure in conflict zones: A study of journalists and editors in seven countries
Through interviews with 100 journalists and editors in seven countries, the authors examine safety as the main challenge for journalists covering war and conflict in both local and international contexts. The article places ...
The war in Afghanistan and peace journalism in practice
(Sage Publications, 2010-12)
This article argues that Johan Galtung’s theory on peace journalism can serve as a fruitful supplement to theory-building in the field of war and peace journalism, and critically reviews the scholarly debate on peace ...
Ambivalent og historieløst? Norske avisers dekning av norsk militær nærvær i Irak og Syria
(Nordic Open Access Scholarly Publishing (NOASP), 2018-09-06)
Denne artikkelen beskriver hvordan de fem norske avisene VG, Aftenposten, Klassekampen, Dagsavisen og Dagbladet dekket forespørselen fra USA om deltagelse i krigen mot IS i Syria i 2015, sammenlignet med dekningen ...
Brothers in arms or peace? : the media representation of Swedish and Norwegian defence- and military co-operation
(Berlin Regener Publishing House, 2010)
Digital Challenges on the Norwegian Media Scene
This article summarises findings from a research project on the digitisation of Norwegian newsrooms, analysing trends in the industry and changes in user-habits. Findings suggest that most journalists are positive about ...
The Significance of Nordicom and the NordMedia Conference to Nordic Media and Communication Research
(Nordic Information Centre for Media and Communication Research (Nordicom), 2014)
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 ...