• The BDR mutiny in Bangladeshi media : from a "proletarian revolution" to a "brutal massacre" 

      Orgeret, Kristin; Sobhan, Hillol (Conflict & communication online;11 (1), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 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 ...
    • Conflict and Post-Conflict Journalism. Worldwide Perspectives 

      Orgeret, Kristin (Chapter; Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2016)
    • Dialogues and Difficulties. Transnational Cooperation in Journalism Education. 

      Orgeret, Kristin (Chapter; Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2016)
      The profession and pedagogy of journalism are both at a crossroads, and questions linked to how journalism education can best provide skills, knowledge and experiences that enable students to contribute positively to ...
    • Discussing emotions in digital journalism 

      Orgeret, Kristin (Digital Journalism;Volume 8, 2020 - Issue 2: Digital Journalism and Emotions, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 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 ...
    • Discussing Emotions in Digital Journalism 

      Orgeret, Kristin (Digital Journalism;Volume 8, 2020 - Issue 2: Digital Journalism and Emotions, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 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 ...
    • Era or error of transformation? Assessing afrocentric attributes to digitalization 

      Orgeret, Kristin; Mutsvairo, Bruce; Ragnedda, Massimo (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
      This special issue is indeed special. When the idea to guest edit this issue was mooted, none of us had heard of COVID-19. After organizing what turned out to be a successful pre-conference, buoyed by excellent paper ...
    • Intercultural Educational Practices: Opening Paths for Dialogue 

      Orgeret, Kristin (Intercultural Communication Studies;21 (1), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      The present article offers an overview of the concept of ‘othering’ from the field of intercultural and postcolonial theories, and discusses empirical processes of ‘othering’ through a small ‘experiment’ with Master ...
    • Is Peace a Smiling Woman? Femininities and Masculinities in Conflict and Peace Coverage 

      Orgeret, Kristin (Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2016)
      The chapter studies how concepts of gender, w ar and peace are understood and applied in the coverage of international strategies for c onflict and peace in examples from Norwegian newspapers. The theoretical backdrop ...
    • #MeToo, Sexual Harassment and Coping Strategies in Norwegian Newsrooms 

      Orgeret, Kristin; Idås, Trond; Backholm, Klas (Media and Communication;Volume 8, Issue 1 (2020): Rethinking Safety of Journalists, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 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 ...
    • Political communication in East Africa: An introduction 

      Orgeret, Kristin; Rønning, Helge (Journal of African Media Studies;Volume 12, Number 3, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 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 ...
    • Profesjonsdilemmaer i den norske #metoo-dekningen 

      Orgeret, Kristin (Norsk medietidsskrift;Årgang 106, nr. 3-2019, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 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 ...
    • Rethinking Safety of Journalists 

      Orgeret, Kristin; Tayeebwa, William (Media and Communication;Volume 8, Issue 1 (2020): Rethinking Safety of Journalists, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-02-25)
      The introductory chapter to the thematic issue, entitled “Rethinking Safety of Journalists,” shows how promoting the safety of journalists is closely related to press freedom. It presents the articles of the thematic issue ...
    • Sharing Knowledge, Transforming Societies: The Norhed Programme 2013-2020 

      Krøvel, Roy; Halvorsen, Tor; Orgeret, Kristin (Sharing Knowledge, Transforming Societies: The Norhed Programme 2013-2020;, Book; Peer reviewed, 2019-10-19)
      In June 2016, the Norwegian Programme for Capacity Development in Higher Education and Research for Development (Norhed) hosted a conference on the theme of ‘knowledge for development’ in an attempt to shift the focus of ...
    • Social media in Uganda: revitalising news journalism? 

      Orgeret, Kristin; Selnes, Florence Namasinga (Media, Culture and Society;Volume: 42, issue: 3, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 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 ...
    • Sports Journalism, Interns and #MeToo – did anything change? 

      Røsok-Dahl, Heidi; Orgeret, Kristin (Journalistica;No 1 (2020): Kritiske Perspektiver på #MeToo i Norden: Journalistikken, debatten og bevægelsen, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2020-12-17)
      Norwegian news media were central actors in the dissemination of information about the #MeToo movement. Simultaneously, the media are made up of institutions and workplaces that are at times characterized by asymmetrical ...
    • Where are we now? – (Almost) a decade with the UN Plan of Action on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity 

      Fadnes, Ingrid; Krøvel, Roy; Orgeret, Kristin (Conflict and Communication Online;Vol. 18, No. 1, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      This article takes UNESCO’s Academic Research Agenda on Safety of Journalists as its point of departure. We presentan overview of contributions to a selection of research conferences and academic publications focusing on ...
    • Women and Election Activism in Uganda: The Pads4Girls Social Media Campaign 

      Selnes, Florence Namasinga; Orgeret, Kristin (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 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 ...
    • Women in War. Challenges and Possibilities for female journalists covering wars and conflicts. 

      Orgeret, Kristin (Chapter; Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2016)
      The chapter takes as its starting point the notion that journalists’ safety is a precondition for free expression and free media. Based on interviews and discussions with experienced female war and confl ict journalists ...
    • Women making News. Conflict and Post-Conflict in the Field. 

      Orgeret, Kristin (Chapter; Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2016)