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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 ...
“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 ...
From Convergence to Connectivism: Teaching Journalism 2.0
(The Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies (OJCMT), 2012-10)
Media Convergence leads to fundamental changes in the journalistic field. This is a challenge not only for the news industry but also for teaching journalism at universities. Improved skills and competences are needed in ...
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 ...
A symbiotic relationship : Norwegian diplomacy and Norwegian journalism on war and peace in Guatemala
(Verlag Irena Regener, Berlin, 2011)
Der Artikel beschäftigt sich mit der norwegischen Berichterstattung über den Bürgerkrieg in Guatemala und den Friedensprozess in der Zeit von 1990 bis 1997. Der Autor hat alle Dokumente im Archiv des norwegischen ...
Alternative journalism and the relationship between guerrillas and indigenous peoples in Latin America
Academic study of alternative journalism is dominated by an approach that celebrates alternative media for its capacity to “empower” citizens. Existing literature on alternative media and alternative journalism often ...
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
(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 ...
The Shaping of an Online Feature Journalist
(SAGE Publications, 2009-11)
This paper explores the professional role and normative demands of online feature journalists. Through a longitudinal ethnographic case study of the work practice of feature journalists in the Norwegian online newspaper ...
The BDR mutiny in Bangladeshi media : from a "proletarian revolution" to a "brutal massacre"
(Berlin Regener Publishing House, 2012)
The article analyses the media coverage of the BDR mutiny in Bangladesh, February 2009. In examining journalistic processes and how the Bangladeshi media reported the violent conflict, the article looks at how the approaches ...