Recent Submissions

  • Political communication in East Africa: An introduction 

    Orgeret, Kristin; Rønning, Helge (Intellect, 2020-09-01)
    For a long time, the role of media and communication in African politics was relatively neglected. This neglect can, as Leila Demarest2 argues, to some extent be explained by the authoritarian turn that took place in many ...
  • Transnational contextualisation: seeing the world from there, here and in-between 

    Eide, Elisabeth (Routledge, 2020-11-04)
    This article discusses experiences harvested when communicating migration research from an academic position as media researcher, partly influenced by other positions. It discusses transnational literacy illustrated by the ...
  • Competition, Change, and Coordination and Collaboration: Tracing news executives’ perceptions about participation in media innovation 

    Westlund, Oscar; Krumsvik, Arne H.; Lewis, Seth C. (Taylor & Francis, 2020-12-09)
    Technological disruptions and increasing competition in the digital mediascape have fundamentally altered the market conditions for news media companies, raising corresponding concerns about the future of journalism. News ...
  • Reconstructing investigative journalism at emerging organisations 

    Konow Lund, Maria (University of Oslo, 2020-03-06)
    While academic research has mainly focused on how legacy media organisations conduct their general news production work, fewer studies have focused on specialised practices such as investigative journalism in relation to ...
  • Social media in Uganda: revitalising news journalism? 

    Orgeret, Kristin; Selnes, Florence Namasinga (SAGE Publications, 2020-04-22)
    The article discusses the role of social media in relation to the traditional journalistic sphere in Uganda. Through an analysis of how journalists in three Ugandan newspapers use social media in their daily work, the ...
  • Et fotoprosjekt om å være adoptert og om det å se seg selv i sitt eget barn 

    Binh Hegna, Kjersti (OsloMet Storbyuniversitetet, 2020)
    Sammendrag Dette prosjektet er en praktisk-teoretisk masteroppgave som utforsker aspektene ved identitet og adopsjon. "bio" utforsker hvordan dokumentarfotografiet kan brukes som en måte å visualisere likheter og ulikheter ...
  • Multi-ethnic girls’ social positionali Identities in educational transitions 

    Roth, Solveig Iren; Stuedahl, Dagny (Berghahn Journals, 2020-03-01)
    In this article, we examine the case history of a young multi-ethnic Norwegian girl, whom we call Anna, from the age of 15 to 17 to show how her self-understanding of positionings within her educational transitions illustrates ...
  • #MeToo, Sexual Harassment and Coping Strategies in Norwegian Newsrooms 

    Orgeret, Kristin; Idås, Trond; Backholm, Klas (Cogitatio Press, 2020-02-25)
    This article, through conducting a study of the sexual harassment (SH) of media workers, investigates the extent and types of SH experienced by the editorial staff of Norwegian newsrooms at the time the #MeToo campaign ...
  • Discussing emotions in digital journalism 

    Orgeret, Kristin (Taylor & Francis, 2020-03-09)
    Until recently, the notion of emotion in media studies and commu- nication research was mostly examined through the lens of cultural studies, media effects, and visuals. Research on emotion in journal- ism has been slow ...
  • Help Yourself: The Individualization of Responsibility in Current Health Journalism 

    Hågvar, Yngve Benestad; Alnæs, Jørgen (UniversitetsforlagetScandinavian University Press, 2020-09-11)
    Who is responsible when you get sick? Doctors, who can treat you with superior knowledge? Politicians, who have designed the welfare services? Yourself, who should take steps to live a healthy lifestyle? Or perhaps ...
  • Mobile Flight. Refugees and the Importance of Cell Phones 

    Eide, Elisabeth (Helsinki University Press, 2020-05-28)
    This article presents results from in-depth interviews with 18 newly arrived refugees in 2016, focusing on their usage of cell phones underway to Europe. The (anonymous) informants are from Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria. ...
  • Women and Election Activism in Uganda: The Pads4Girls Social Media Campaign 

    Selnes, Florence Namasinga; Orgeret, Kristin (Springer, 2020-02-15)
    This chapter draws on experiences from Uganda to interrogate social media’s potential to facilitate women’s participation in electoral processes. Through taking the Pads4Girls campaign in the aftermath of the Ugandan ...
  • Discussing Emotions in Digital Journalism 

    Orgeret, Kristin (Taylor & Francis, 2020-03-09)
    Until recently, the notion of emotion in media studies and communication research was mostly examined through the lens of cultural studies, media effects, and visuals. Research on emotion in journal- ism has been slow to ...
  • What is Digital Journalism Studies? 

    Steensen, Steen; Westlund, Oscar (Routledge, 2020-07-22)
    What is Digital Journalism Studies? delves into the technologies, platforms, and audience relations that constitute digital journalism studies' central objects of study, outlining its principal theories, the research methods ...
  • (Against a) Theory of Audience Engagement 

    Steensen, Steen; Ferrer Conill, Raul; Peters, Chris (Taylor & Francis, 2020-07-07)
    Audience engagement has become a key concept in contemporary discussions on how news companies relate to the public and create sustainable business models. These discussions are irrevocably tied to practices of monitoring, ...
  • Fra fast lokaljournalist til midlertidig digitalt hode. Utviklingen i stillingsmarkedet for journalister 1987–2017 

    Steensen, Steen; Kalsnes, Bente (Universitetsforlaget, 2020-03-03)
    Denne artikkelen presenterer en analyse av stillingsannonser i fagbladet Journalisten fra 1987 til 2017. 1628 stillings- annonser i årene 1987, 1997, 2007 og 2017 er analysert for å undersøke hvordan arbeidsmarkedet for ...
  • Changing priorities, hybrid campaigns: interest groups’ perceptions of gains and risks in the new media landscape 

    Fredheim, Nanna Alida; Figenschou, Tine Ustad (Palgrave Macmillan (part of Springer Nature), 2020-04-24)
    Interest groups depend on visibility for political influence and organizational growth. The current hybrid media landscape presents both opportunities and constraints for visibility and influence. For organized interests, ...
  • Profesjonsdilemmaer i den norske #metoo-dekningen 

    Orgeret, Kristin (Universitetsforlaget (Scandinavian University Press), 2019)
    #Metoo kom til Norge i oktober 2017, og det ble raskt tydelig at både fenomenet og mediedekningen av det innebar potensial for endring og journalistiske utfordringer. Denne artikkelen tar utgangspunkt i en innholdsanalyse ...
  • Making Sense of Overwhelming Flows of Financial Data 

    Krøvel, Roy; Thowsen, Mona (Cappelen Damm Akademisk, 2019-03-13)
    Each year local and national economies throughout the world lose billions of dollars through so-called illicit financial flows. Conservative estimates indicate that over a billion dollars are diverted illegitimately out ...
  • Introduction 

    Krøvel, Roy; Thowsen, Mona (Cappelen Damm Akademisk, 2019-03-13)
    Each year local and national economies throughout the world lose billions of dollars through so-called illicit financial flows. Conservative estimates indicate that over a billion dollars are diverted illegitimately out ...

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