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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 ...
The Rhetoric of Networked Publics. Studying Social Network Sites as Rhetorical Arenas for Political Talk
(The University of Bergen, 2017-12-15)
As social network sites have become a central part of the modern media landscape, they have also become important arenas for political talk between citizens. The possibilities these new arenas offer for social interaction ...
Journalistikkens fremstillingsmakt. Nyhetsrammer, meningsdanning og medialisering
(The University of Bergen, 2016-06-03)
This book addresses three core aspects of the literature within communication science: 1) how journalists frame stories in the news, 2) the effects of such frames on citizen’s attitudes, and 3) how such frames can ...
Climate Change Journalism in Bangladesh. Professional Norms and Attention in Newspaper Coverage of Climate Change
(The University of Bergen, 2018-10-26)
Generally, journalistic issue attention is shaped by the importance of the issue to the target audience and professional norms attached to the issue are supplied by journalists’ understanding of the issue derived ...