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Rhythm, Rhyme and Reason: Hip Hop Expressivity as Political Discourse
(Cambridge University Press, 2014-08-28)
Using Norwegian hip hop as an example, this article argues that public sphere theory offers a fruitful theoretical framework in which to understand the political significance of music. Based on a musical and lyrical analysis ...
Music and the public sphere: Exploring the political significance of Norwegian hip hop music through the lens of public sphere theory
(The University of Bergen, 2015-01-21)
This thesis explores the political significance of Norwegian hip hop music through the lens of public sphere theory. It empirically investigates the role of music in the public sphere, and, probes key theoretical concepts ...
Dansebandfeber! En analyse av dansebandkulturens mediale fremstillinger
(The University of Bergen, 2007)
I denne oppgaven utforskes ulike aspekter ved norsk dansebandkultur. Gjennom semiotisk analyse av sangtekster, plateomslag og DVD identifiseres ulike verdi-og idenitetsdiskurser. Videre settes dansebandkulturens estetiske ...
From musical expressivity to public political discourse proper: the case of Karpe Diem in the aftermath of the Utøya massacre
(Taylor & Francis, 2015)
Musical communication is widely understood to be too elusive and abstract to have any discernible significance for political public discourse. However, in the aftermath of the Utøya-massacre there have been several ...
Documentary in a Culture of Clearance: A Study of Knowledge of and Attitudes Toward Copyright and Fair Use Among Norwegian Documentary Makers
Copyright law is a mechanism for regulation of production and dissemination of cultural products. In documentary storytelling reuse of copyrighted material such as footage and music is of great importance. This requires ...