Recent Submissions

  • Women and Election Activism in Uganda: The Pads4Girls Social Media Campaign 

    Selnes, Florence Namasinga; Orgeret, Kristin (Springer, 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 ...
  • (Against a) Theory of Audience Engagement 

    Steensen, Steen; Ferrer Conill, Raul; Peters, Chris (Taylor & Francis, 2020-07-07)
    Audience engagement has become a key concept in contemporary discussions on how news companies relate to the public and create sustainable business models. These discussions are irrevocably tied to practices of monitoring, ...
  • Fra fast lokaljournalist til midlertidig digitalt hode. Utviklingen i stillingsmarkedet for journalister 1987–2017 

    Steensen, Steen; Kalsnes, Bente (Universitetsforlaget, 2020-03-03)
    Denne artikkelen presenterer en analyse av stillingsannonser i fagbladet Journalisten fra 1987 til 2017. 1628 stillings- annonser i årene 1987, 1997, 2007 og 2017 er analysert for å undersøke hvordan arbeidsmarkedet for ...
  • Changing priorities, hybrid campaigns: interest groups’ perceptions of gains and risks in the new media landscape 

    Fredheim, Nanna Alida; Figenschou, Tine Ustad (Palgrave Macmillan (part of Springer Nature), 2020-04-24)
    Interest groups depend on visibility for political influence and organizational growth. The current hybrid media landscape presents both opportunities and constraints for visibility and influence. For organized interests, ...
  • Profesjonsdilemmaer i den norske #metoo-dekningen 

    Orgeret, Kristin (Universitetsforlaget (Scandinavian University Press), 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 ...
  • Making Sense of Overwhelming Flows of Financial Data 

    Krøvel, Roy; Thowsen, Mona (Cappelen Damm Akademisk, 2019-03-13)
    Each year local and national economies throughout the world lose billions of dollars through so-called illicit financial flows. Conservative estimates indicate that over a billion dollars are diverted illegitimately out ...
  • Introduction 

    Krøvel, Roy; Thowsen, Mona (Cappelen Damm Akademisk, 2019-03-13)
    Each year local and national economies throughout the world lose billions of dollars through so-called illicit financial flows. Conservative estimates indicate that over a billion dollars are diverted illegitimately out ...
  • Sharing Knowledge, Transforming Societies: The Norhed Programme 2013-2020 

    Krøvel, Roy; Halvorsen, Tor; Orgeret, Kristin (African Minds, 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 ...
  • Indigenous and communitarian knowledges 

    Krøvel, Roy (African MindsUIB Global, 2019-10-19)
    As we were planning the project application for the Norwegian Programme for Capacity Development in Higher Education and Research for Development (Norhed), I was reading an article by Eduardo Viveiros de Castro titled ...
  • Living on the threshold: the missing debate on peri-urban asylum reception centres in norway, 2015-16 

    Simonsen, Anne Hege; Skjulhaug, Marianne (Nordic Association of Architectural Research (NAAR), 2019)
    In 2016, almost 40 per cent of Norwegian asylum reception centres (ARCs) were located in so-called peri-urban landscapes across the country. In media coverage and central planning documents, however, geographical location ...
  • Covering Mindanao: The Safety of Local vs. Non-local Journalists in the Field 

    Høiby, Marte (Taylor & Francis, 2019-05-08)
    In this study, I examine the perilous conditions facing Filipino journalists covering the Mindanao region, focusing on differences in threats and dangers faced by those who are local to the region and those parachuting in ...
  • Medium-specific threats for journalists: Examples from Philippines, Afghanistan and Venezuela 

    Mitra, Saumava; Høiby, Marte; Garrido, Mariateresa (Taylor & Francis, 2019)
    Between 2012 and 2016, UNESCO registered 530 deaths of journalists. They also published a statistic showing that television journalists were the most killed, followed by print media, radio and online journalists. Hinted ...
  • How to teach war and peace journalism: Professional challenges when encountering propaganda and fake news 

    Eide, Elisabeth; Ottosen, Rune (Association for Journalism Education, 2020)
    This article summarizes the authors´ experience from nearly 20 years of teaching war and peace journalism. The theoretical point of departure was Johan Galtung´s theory of peace journalism. Through the years, the framework ...
  • Facebook News Use During the 2017 Norwegian Elections—Assessing the Influence of Hyperpartisan News 

    Kalsnes, Bente; Larsson, Anders Olof (Taylor & Francis, 2019-12-21)
    The paper at hand presents a comparative study on news use in relation to media content as posted to Facebook by a series of established and hyperpartisan media outlets during the 2017 Norwegian national election campaign. ...
  • Metajournalism and media critique: Responses to "Extremist Voices" in the Digitalized News Landscape 

    Larsen, Anna M. Grøndahl; Figenschou, Tine Ustad (University of Southern California, Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism, 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 ...
  • Exploring Journalism and Computer Science Student CollaborationA Norwegian case study 

    Frey, Elsebeth; Olsen, Ragnhild; Giannoumis, G. Anthony (University of Gothenburg, 2019)
    The digitalization of journalism has resulted in an increased overlap between technology and journalism in the newsroom. This development has profound implications for journalism education. The present study investigates ...
  • Norway´s New(s) Wars - Syria in Norwegian Mass Media 

    Ottosen, Rune (Septentrio Academic Publishing (University Publisher), 2019)
    Through two case studies, this article will explore how Norwegian news media framed the Norwegian military presence in Syria. Earlier research by the author has shown how the legal aspects of NATO’s out-of-area operations ...
  • 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 (Palgrave Macmillan, 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. ...
  • Derfor slutter studenter på journalistutdanningen 

    Hågvar, Yngve Benestad (Universitetsforlaget, 2019)
    Mange frafallsstudier av høyere utdanning er kvantitative analyser av omfattende bakgrunnsdata. Men for å få vite hvorfor studentene faktisk slutter, må vi spørre dem. Denne casestudien bidrar til den kvalitative ...
  • Ethics, globalization and intercultural communication 

    Vaagan, Robert Wallace (International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies, 2019)
    Ethics and intercultural communication are usually discussed in terms of cultural relativity, identity issues and communication and/ or value systems. In response to our ethical responsibility as communication scholars, ...

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