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What is the matter with newsroom culture? A sociomaterial analysis of professional knowledge creation in the newsroom
(SAGE Publications, 2016-07-08)
This article presents a study of what affects professional knowledge creation when journalism students have their periods of internship in legacy, yet highly digitized newsrooms. A total of 16 Norwegian j-students are ...
Conversing the Audience: A methodological exploration of how conversation analysis can contribute to the analysis of interactive journalism
(Sage Publications, 2013)
This paper argues that conversation analysis (CA) has much to offer studies of online interactions and, particularly, online interactive journalism. CA provides a methodological opportunity to closely investigate the ...
Subjectivity as a Journalistic Ideal
(Cappelen Damm Akademisk, 2017)
This chapter discusses different notions of subjectivity as an ideal in journalism and relates them to epistemological philosophy from Descartes to Foucault. The chapter argues that subjectivity – once a dominant ideal in ...
Online Journalism and the Promises of New Technology : a Critical Review and Look Ahead
Research about online journalism has been dominated by a discourse of technological innovation. The ‘‘success’’ of online journalism is often measured by the extent to which it utilizes technological assets like ...
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. ...
Cozy Journalism : the rise of social cohesion as an ideal in online, participatory journalism
In recent years applications like CoveritLive have diffused with great speed in online newsrooms. Such technologies create an interface where audience participation and journalistic reporting potentially merge into a ...
The Return of the “Humble I”: The Bookseller of Kabul and contemporary norwegian literary journalism
(International Association for Literary Journalism Studies, 2013)
Åsne Seierstad’s The Bookseller of Kabul prompted controversy in Norway, a controversy that influences the practice of literary journalism in that country to this day
The Featurization of Journalism
Feature journalism has developed from being an insignificant supplement to news journalism to a family of genres that today dominates newspapers. The present article explores the growing importance of feature journalism ...
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 ...
(Oxford University Press, 2017)
Feature journalism has developed from being a marginal and subordinate supplement to (hard) news in newspapers to becoming a significant part of journalism on all platforms. It emerged as a key force driving the popularization ...