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  • Media narratives, agonistic deliberation, and Skam An analysis of how young people communicate in digital spaces 

    Hornmoen, Harald; Hågvar, Yngve Benestad; Hyde-Clarke, Nathalie; Fonn, Birgitte Kjos; Stuedahl, Dagny (Nordicom Review;Volume 43 (2022) - Issue 1 (January 2022), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-02-10)
    Increasingly, the means of engaging young people in constructive public debate and democratic society has shifted to online digital media platforms. This assumes that participants have the necessary media literacy skills ...
  • Unpacking Value Creation Dynamics in Journalism Education. A Covid-19 Case Study 

    Olsen, Ragnhild Kristine; Olsen, Gunhild Ring; Røsok-Dahl, Heidi (Journalism Practice;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-03-03)
    The physical closure of universities and university colleges due to Covid-19 has accelerated the digitalization of journalism teaching to a record speed. The pandemic, and the severe restrictions on-campus attendance, ...
  • ‘Someone should have looked after us’: the boundary work of mental health disclosure on TV 

    Thorbjørnsrud, Kjersti; Blehr Lånkan, Kjersti (Media, Culture and Society;Volume 44, Issue 5, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-03-11)
    This article investigates the boundary work of young people who disclose personal experiences of mental health illness and trauma in a reality TV series. The programme in focus features group therapy sessions led by a ...
  • Climate Change Journalism in Norway—Working with Frequency Around the “Green Shift” 

    Ytterstad, Andreas; Bødker, Henrik (Journalism Studies;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-06-04)
    This article traces the origins of the term of the green shift, which gained increased cultural, social and political traction in Norway after it was introduced in 2015 by journalist Anders Bjartnes, editor of Energi og ...
  • Voices of a generation the communicative power of youth activism 

    Eide, Elisabeth; Kunelius, Risto (Climatic Change;169, Article number: 6 (2021), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-11-02)
    Drawing from interviews with 31 young leading climate activists from 23 countries across the world this article aims to capture the contribution of the recent youth climate movement to communicating climate science and ...
  • Female Investigative Journalists: Overcoming Threats, Intimidation, and Violence with Gendered Strategies 

    Konow Lund, Maria; Høiby, Marte (Journalism Practice;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-12-19)
    During the past two decades, numerous investigative journalist networks have emerged globally, through which participants collaborate and share data. This relatively new practice thrives on the opportunities offered by ...
  • The Value of Local News in the Digital Realm–Introducing the Integrated Value Creation Model 

    Olsen, Ragnhild Kristine (Digital Journalism;Volume 9, 2021 - Issue 6, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-05-18)
    Taking the failing two-sided market model of commercial news media as its point of departure, this article introduces a value creation model that unpacks the dynamics of local newspapers’ value creation from a business, ...
  • Brukerbetaling i lokalaviser – en trussel for bruksmangfold og lokaldemokrati? 

    Olsen, Ragnhild Kristine (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2021)
    Mediepolitikken i Norge legger særlig vekt på å sikre tilgang til lokale medier i hele landet for å stimulere en felles, åpen og opplyst offentlig samtale. Denne ambisjonen er knyttet til en overordnet målsetting om å bidra ...
  • "Et stort stykke Norge". Virksomme suverenitetstermer og formingen av det norske Antarktis 

    Alnæs, Jørgen (Norsk Medietidsskrift;Årgang 28, nr. 3-2021, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-09-14)
    De siste årene har flere geografer pekt på at territorium ikke er noe gitt eller konstant, men en kontinuerlig prosess. I denne prosessen er selvfølgelig språkbruken sentral, selv om dette perspektivet har fått mindre ...
  • Public Bureaucracies 

    Figenschou, Tine Ustad; Fredriksson, Magnus; Kolltveit, Kristoffer; Pallas, Josef (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2021-01-17)
    Public bureaucracies have mostly been invisible in research on political communication, but more recently, there has been an increasing interest in their communicative efforts. In this chapter, we review the literature and ...
  • Defining the limitations and opportunities in the consultation with the Sámi: The cases of the Arctic Railway and the Davvi Vindpark 

    Sara, Inker-Anni; Rasmussen, Torkel; Krøvel, Roy (The Arctic Yearbook;2021 -Defining and Mapping the Arctic, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    The results of this study point to a number of limitations in the consultation with the Sámi, such as incomplete information, lack of transparency and the failure of governments to build relationships based on trust with ...
  • Data-driven news work culture: Reconciling tensions in epistemic values and practices of news journalism 

    Ekström, Mats; Ramsälv, Amanda; Westlund, Oscar (Journalism - Theory, Practice & Criticism;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-12-21)
    This study investigates the epistemological implications of the appropriation of audience analytics in a data-driven news culture. Focussing on two central aspects of epistemology, epistemic value and epistemic practices, ...
  • COVID- 19 media coverage decreasing despite deepening crisis 

    Pearman, Olivia; Boykoff, Maxwell; Osborne-Gowey, Jeremiah; Aoyagi, Midori; Ballantyne, Anne Gammelgaard; Chandler, Patrick; Daly, Meaghan E.; Doi, Kaori; Fernández-Reyes, Rogelio; Jiménez-Goméz, Isidro; Nacu-Schmidt, Ami; McAllister, Lucy; McNatt, Marisa; Mocatta, Gaby; Petersen, Lars Kjerulf; Simonsen, Anne Hege; Ytterstad, Andreas (The Lancet Planetary Health;Volume 5, Issue 1, E6-E7, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-01-01)
    The COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread rapidly across the globe, and yet media coverage of the pandemic has decreased since the initial flurry of attention received during the beginning of the crisis in early 2020. ...
  • Questioning researchers’ evaluation of communication experiences: A combined interview- and media-based study of communicating socially contestable research 

    Hornmoen, Harald; Gjefsen, Mads Dahl; Vie, Knut Jørgen (Observatorio (OBS*);Vol 15, No 4 (December 2021), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    This case study examines researchers’ experiences with – and several media’s practices of – communicating a research project that is scientifically complex, potentially highly impactful and socially contestable: the NTNU ...
  • Hostile emotions: An exploratory study of far-right online commenters and their emotional connection to traditional and alternative news media 

    Ihlebæk, Karoline Andrea; Holter, Carina Riborg (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021)
    In this article, we explore media use through the perspective of emotions. We specifically focus on a contested group of media users, namely those who engage in uncivil online behaviour and have had one or several comments ...
  • Heroes of the Day After Tomorrow: “The Oil Worker” in Norwegian Climate Coverage 2017–2021 

    Ytterstad, Andreas; Houeland, Camilla; Jordhus-Lier, David (Journalism Practice;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-11-18)
    In 2019, mentions of “oil worker” in Norwegian newspaper coverage of climate change more than quadrupled, mostly reflecting a rise in politicians vying for the support of this critical constituency. This article explores ...
  • A Sámi media system? 

    Rasmussen, Torkel; Sara, Inker-Anni; Krøvel, Roy (Nordicom Review;Volume 42 (2021): Issue s2 (March 2021), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-03-26)
    In this article, we propose a history of Sámi journalism and news media as a step in the direction of analysing the existing media system in Sápmi. Numerous Sámi activists and organisations have contributed to the establishment ...
  • Whose stories are told and who is made responsible? Human-interest framing in health journalism in Norway, Spain, the U.K. and the U.S. 

    Figenschou, Tine Ustad; Thorbjørnsrud, Kjersti; Hallin, Daniel C. (Journalism - Theory, Practice & Criticism;, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-08-25)
    Human-interest narratives are journalistic tools to captivate and engage the audience, influence public opinion and bring revenue to media organizations. This paper analyses how human-interest narratives are used in ...
  • Design anthropological approaches in collaborative museum curation 

    Stuedahl, Dagny; Lefkaditou, Ageliki; Ellefsen, Gro Synnøve; Skåtun, Torhild (Design Studies;Volume 75, July 2021, 101021, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-06-12)
    Museums show an increasing interest in participatory activities that open their premises and processes to diverse audiences. Inspired by this turn within museums, the exhibition FOLK adopted a multi-level co-design approach ...
  • Helse, medier og makt: Kommunikasjonsregimer i mediene 

    Thorbjørnsrud, Kjersti; Figenschou, Tine Ustad (Research report, 2021)
    Helse og sykdom angår oss alle og omtales i alle slags formater i nyhetsmedier og i sosiale medier. I de siste tiårene har den personlige erfaringen med sykdom vokst fram i helsejournalistikken. Legene, forskerne, ...

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