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    • Labelling Journalism - The Discourse of Sectional Paratexts in Print and Online Newspapers 

      Benestad, Yngve Hågvar (Nordicom Review;33(2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012-12)
      The present article explains why it is important to consider newspapers’ formats and content sections in discourse analyses. It performs a comparative analysis of the choice and naming of content sections in the print ...
    • 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
    • “Making us see science” : visual images in popular science articles and science journalism 

      Hornmoen, Harald (Journalistica;(2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2010)
      The article explores how scientific research and scientists are represented visually in popular science and science journalism. It discusses communicative functions and cultural meanings of visual elements in science ...
    • Media, market, state and politics in Norway 

      Vaagan, Robert Wallace (Informacijos mokslai;47 (4), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2008)
      The article builds on Hallin & Mancini (2004) who have used a democratic corporatist model to analyze the media markets of several Northern and Central European countries, including Norway. An analysis of the Norwegian ...
    • Mediated culture and the well-informed global citizen : images of Africa in the global north 

      Orgeret, Kristin Skare (Nordicom Review;31 (2), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2010)
      During recent years, considerable attention has been paid to the negative portrayal of the African continent in the media of the so-called ‘global North’. Significantly less focus has been put on how to actually represent ...
    • Mediating science in Norway : practices and transformations in major newspapers 

      Andersen, Elisabeth Kirkeng; Hornmoen, Harald (Media Transformations;5, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      What characterizes journalistic representations of researchers and research in Norway? This article presents a quantitative analysis and a discourse analysis of how journalism that covers and uses scientific research has ...
    • 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 ...
    • New media and identity among fans of a Norwegian football club 

      Krøvel, Roy (First Monday;17 (5), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012-05-07)
      This article contributes to the literature on sport, new media and identity by investigating the case of a club (Rosenborg) located outside the dominating football leagues, but still very much affected by migration and ...
    • Norsk kjendisjournalistikk på nett 

      Grøtte, Marit (Norsk medietidsskrift;21(02), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      Kjendisjournalistikken har inntatt nyhetsmediene for lengst, og særlig i tabloidpressens nettaviser vies det mye plass til slikt stoff. Denne artikkelen ser på hvordan kjendisjournalistikken i de to norske nettavisene ...
    • Offer, hemmet, aktiv, borger? : medieerfaringer blant individer med nedsatt funksjonsevne 

      Eide, Elisabeth (Journal article; Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2012)
      The article presents a study of the media experiences of a group of media actors with disabilities. The actors belong to large minorities in Norway – groups that have been the focus of several official reports and propositions, ...
    • 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 ...
    • Online Journalism and the Promises of New Technology : a Critical Review and Look Ahead 

      Steensen, Steen (Journalism Studies;, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2010-09-04)
      Research about online journalism has been dominated by a discourse of technological innovation. The ‘‘success’’ of online journalism is often measured by the extent to which it utilizes technological assets like ...
    • "Pandemisk paranoia"? En analyse av nyhetsomtalen av "svineinfluensaen" i norske aviser 

      Hornmoen, Harald (Tidsskrift for samfunnsforskning;52 (1), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      The study analyzes how a selection of Norwegian newspapers represented the swine flu in two critical phases in 2009. The analysis suggests how the news coverage was one-dimensional. Little space was provided for critical ...
    • Presidential Web sites and the Georgian-Russian War, 8-16 August 2008 

      Vaagan, Robert Wallace (First Monday;14 (9), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2009-09-07)
      During the war between Georgia and Russia, 8–16 August 2008, the Web sites of Presidents Mikheil Saakashvili and Dmitry Medvedev were used actively to promote their countries’ conflicting views on the war. This article ...
    • 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
    • Seeking, sharing and co-creating: a systematic review of the relation between social support theory, social media use and chronic diseases 

      Toset, Anna Sendra; Farré, Jordi; Vaagan, Robert Wallace (Social Theory & Health;2019, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      The use of social media is increasing in the treatment and management of health. Patients with chronic diseases are especially interested in using these technologies to look for support, but organizations are lagging behind. ...
    • 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 ...
    • Size, ownership and innovation in newspapers 

      Krumsvik, Arne H.; Skogerbø, Eli; Storsul, Tanja (Chapter, 2013)
      This chapter analyses the relationship between the size and ownership of newspapers and their approaches to the challenges from the tablet market, e.g. the iPad. Which newspapers were inclined to innovate by launching iPad ...
    • Social media as a political backchannel: Twitter use during televised election debates in Norway 

      Kalsnes, Bente; Krumsvik, Arne H.; Storsul, Tanja (ASLIB Proceedings;66(3), Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014-04)
      Purpose - This study aims to explore how Twitter is used as a political backchannel and potential agenda setter during two televised political debates during the Norwegian election in 2011. The article engages with current ...
    • 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 ...