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    • Social Media Use in Crises and Risks: an introduction to the collection 

      Hornmoen, Harald; Backholm, Klas (Social Media Use in Crisis and Risk Communication: Emergencies, Concerns and Awareness;, Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2018-09-13)
      This book is about how different communicators – whether professionals, such as crisis managers, first responders and journalists, or private citizens and disaster victims – have used social media to communicate about risks ...
    • ‘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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • Stability in Times of Change - Trends in Newspaper Executives Attitudes towards Digital Media 

      Krumsvik, Arne H. (Nordicom Review;35 special issue, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      Five biennial surveys from 2005 to 2013 reveal a high degree of stability in Norwegian news - paper executives’ attitudes towards digital media, despite a high turnover in the executive ranks. Editors and managers do ...
    • Strategic essentialism and ethnification : hand in glove? 

      Eide, Elisabeth (Nordicom Review;31 (2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2010)
      The present article sets out to explore certain aspects of how individuals with an ethnic minority background experience the journalistic media. It is derived from a project based on in-depth interviews aimed at mapping ...
    • 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 ...
    • The Surface and the Soul: Purpose and Politics of the Terrorist Mugshot 

      Simonsen, Anne Hege (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      When terror strikes, the terrorist is more often than not portrayed in a mugshot, an ID-like photograph with references to police mugshots as well as the passport ID. This has developed into the common iconography where ...
    • 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 ...
    • The European Media Cloud Campus Project 

      Rinsdorf, Lars; Kirklar, Alper; Nina, Nusta; Christensen, Nikolaj; Vaagan, Robert Wallace (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2016)
      Five partner institutions have received Erasmus + financing 2015-2017 to create a European Media Cloud Campus (EMCC). This is an innovative, cloud- based learning environment for cross-media content production based on ...
    • The Gap: J-School Syllabus Meets the Market 

      Krumsvik, Arne H. (Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2016)
      From a market-oriented point of view, J-schools should produce candidates with classic communications skills, able to take on any role in the news factory of the future. Classes on globalisation and press history should ...
    • The Intimization of Journalism 

      Steensen, Steen (Peer reviewed; Chapter, 2016)
    • 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 ...
    • Tipsbruk i journalisters arbeid. En undersøkelse av tipsets betydning for journalistikken. 

      Idsøe, Rikke Margrethe Etholm (Bachelor thesis, 2017)
      På et morgenmøte i TV 2s nettredaksjon høsten 2016 hører jeg på at dagens nyhetssaker blir diskutert. Det er et vidt spenn av områder som tas opp, med alt fra dekning av løpende nyhetshendelser til en morsom video som er ...
    • Toward a Hybrid Future for Investigative Journalism 

      Konow Lund, Maria; Park, Michelle; Bebawi, Saba (Chapter, 2023)
    • Towards ethno-political advocacy: Ethiopian journalists’ professional role perceptions in post- EPRDF interregnum 

      Moges, Mulatu Alemayehu (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2023)
      The study aims at investigating the interplay between the ethnic identity politics and journalists’ role perceptions in contemporary Ethiopian media landscape. Professional roles are a key topic in journalism research ...
    • Transnational contextualisation: seeing the world from there, here and in-between 

      Eide, Elisabeth (Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 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 ...
    • Transnational orientations in a global media landscape: Youth, media, war and conflict 

      Eide, Elisabeth; Krøvel, Roy; Knudsen, Anders Marius (Conflict & Communication;13(1), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014)
      This article reflects on the role of media in the re-imagination and reproduction (reconstruction) of Norwegian identities and communities with a particular focus on how young people within diasporas follow news on war and ...
    • Tre nordiske bøker om intervju 

      Roksvold, Thore (Nordicom Information;32 (4), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2010)
    • TV Inside the Psychiatric Hospital: Patient Experiences 

      Lånkan, Kjersti; Thorbjørnsrud, Kjersti (International Journal of Communication;Vol 16 (2022), Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2022)
      This study investigates patients’ experiences with participating in a television (TV) documentary series filmed within psychiatric hospital wards. The study relies on interviews with patients, health staff, and TV producers, ...
    • Tweeting Terror: An Analysis of the Norwegian Twitter-sphere during and in the Aftermath of the 22 July 2011 Terrorist Attack 

      Steensen, Steen (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This chapter analyses the Norwegian Twitter-sphere during and in the aftermath of the terrorist attack in Norway on 22 July 2011. Based on a collection of 2.2 million tweets representing the Twitter-sphere during the period ...