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From Fermentation to Maturity? Reflections on Media and Communication Studies: An Interview with Todd Gitlin, Jostein Gripsrud & Michael Schudson
(USC Annenberg, School for Communication, 2009)
Twenty-six years after the Journal of Communication published a special issue entitled “Ferment in the Field,” Professors Todd Gitlin, Jostein Gripsrud and Michael Schudson reflect on the state of the field of media and ...
Attached or Detached? Subjective Methods in War Journalism
(The University of Bergen, 2005-02-01)
The Challenges of Comparing Media Systems — An Interview with Daniel C. Hallin
(Marquette Journals, 2008)
In this interview, Daniel C. Hallin offers hindsight concerning his collaborative project with Paolo Mancini — Comparing Media Systems — Three Models of Media and Politics (2004). Hallin discusses methodological difficulties ...
Journalistic Ideology. Professional Strategy, Institutional Authority and Boundary Maintenance in the Digital News Market
(The University of Bergen, 2011-12-16)
Journalistic ideology is an enduring feature of professional life that is frequently mobilised to serve a boundary maintaining function. This dissertation examines how journalistic ideology is mobilised when the profession ...
Journalism and the political structure: The local media system in Norway
This article assumes a media system perspective on the local news media structure in Norway, using a dataset of 847,487 news articles collected from 156 Norwegian news outlets in 2015–2017. Using a series of hypotheses, ...