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    • The Literary Journalist as Fellow Human Being 

      Hornmoen, Harald; Larssen, Kristiane (Literary Journalism Studies;5 (1), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      Three contemporary Norwegian literary journalists discuss the responsibilities of the literary journalist, and the problematic ideals of their genre
    • Metajournalism and media critique: Responses to "Extremist Voices" in the Digitalized News Landscape 

      Larsen, Anna M. Grøndahl; Figenschou, Tine Ustad (International Journal of Communication;Vol 13, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Metadebates concerning how the news media deal with extremism have intensified in the digital media landscape. This article analyzes metajournalistic discourse following a controversial studio interview with the spokesperson ...
    • #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 ...
    • Moment of Hope, Mode of Realism. On the dynamics of a Transnational Journalistic Field during UN Climate Change Summits 

      Kunelius, Risto; Eide, Elisabeth (International Journal of Communication;6, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012)
      Taking the global climate-change summits (the COP process and particularly the Copenhagen 2009 COP15 summit) as a point of departure, this article looks at the dynamics of a momentarily articulated transnational journalistic ...
    • Når saken tas i mediene: mediedramaturgi og handlingsrom i lokale helsekonflikter 

      Larsen, Anna Grøndahl; Figenschou, Tine Ustad; Thorbjørnsrud, Kjersti (Norsk Medietidsskrift;Årgang 29, nr. 1-2022, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022-03-18)
      Nyhetssaker om at mennesker som trenger hjelp, ikke får den omsorgen eller helsetilbudet de har krav på, starter ofte nært dem det gjelder – i lokalmediene eller på sosiale medier. Denne artikkelen belyser ulike kilders ...
    • News organizations and routines 

      Westlund, Oscar; Ekström, Mats (Handbook of Journalism Studies, Karin Wahl-Jorgensen & Thomas Hanitzsch (Eds.);, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2019-06)
      The first studies on news routines emerged in the 1950s, and since then a wealth of studies have followed that focus on routines among journalists in newsrooms. Clearly, however, much has happened in journalism since then; ...
    • News: Mobiles, Mobilities and Their Meeting Points 

      Duffy, Andrew; Ling, Rich; Kim, Nuri; Tandoc JR, Edson; Westlund, Oscar (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2020-10-29)
      In the field of quantum mechanics (at least in its more accessible and demotic form), Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle states that the more precisely the position of a particle can be established, the less possible it ...
    • Online Feature Journalism: a Clash of Discourses 

      Steensen, Steen (Journalism Practice;3 (1), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2009-02)
      Although online journalism still is dominated by breaking news coverage, new genres are emerging that differentiate it more and more from old media journalism. This article explores the emergence of feature journalism in ...
    • 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 ...
    • The Return of the “Humble I”: The Bookseller of Kabul and contemporary norwegian literary journalism 

      Steensen, Steen (Literary Journalism Studies;5(1), Academic article, 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 Shaping of an Online Feature Journalist 

      Steensen, Steen (Journalism - Theory, Practice & Criticism;10 (5), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • Subjectivity as a Journalistic Ideal 

      Steensen, Steen (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 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 ...
    • A symbiotic relationship : Norwegian diplomacy and Norwegian journalism on war and peace in Guatemala 

      Krøvel, Roy (Conflict & communication online;10 (1), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 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 ...
    • Theories of Journalism in a Digital Age. An exploration and Introduction 

      Steensen, Steen; Ahva, Laura (Journalism Practice;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014-07-10)
      This special issue introductory article investigates contemporary notions of theory in journalism studies. Many scholars have argued that we need better ways of conceptualising what journalism is and how it develops in a ...
    • What do we talk about when we talk about the academisation of journalism? 

      Fonn, Birgitte Kjos (Journalistica;Nr. 1 (2019), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      Well over a hundred years after the first journalism programmes were established at university level, the so-called academisation of journalism education is still subject to dispute. However, academisation is not one thing ...
    • What is Digital Journalism Studies? 

      Steensen, Steen; Westlund, Oscar (Book; Peer reviewed, 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 ...
    • What is press freedom? A study on journalims students' perception of press freedom 

      Frey, Elsebeth; Abudheir, Farid A. F.; Araszkiewiez, Jacques; Ntulume, Charlotte (Journalism Education;Volume 10, Issue 1, Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2021-05-10)
      Press freedom applies to journalists working in conditions where press freedom is denied or threatened, as well as to journalists who feel the pressure of downsizing of news staff and polarized opinions. Using quantitative ...
    • “What researchers now can tell us” : Representing scientific uncertainty in journalism 

      Hornmoen, Harald (OBS - Observatorio;3, (4), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 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 ...
    • What's stopping them? : towards a grounded theory of online journalism 

      Steensen, Steen (Journalism Studies;10 (6), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2009-12)
      Findings in recent research suggest that online journalism is much less innovative than many researchers and scholars predicted a decade ago. Research into online journalism has, however, been biased towards a focus on ...