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The eighth RIPE Reader critically examines the ‘networked society’ concept in relation to public service media. It clarifies and critiques the networked society notion with specific focus on enduring public interest values and performance in media.
Editors: Gregory Ferrell Lowe, Hilde Van den Bulck & Karen Donders
What’s the problem in problem gaming? is a valuable contribution to the debates about young people’s gaming habits and the highly contested concept of video game addiction.
Editors: Jessica Enevold, Anne Mette Thorhauge & Andreas Gregersen
This new report in the Nordic Media Trends series maps the newspaper trends in Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden over the past two decades. It focuses on the structure of the Nordic newspaper landscape, the economy of the newspaper markets, and reading trends.
Editor: Eva Harrie
Yttrandefrihet utgör ett fundament i ett demokratiskt samhälle där medierna fungerar som förvaltare av yttrandefriheten. Den här studien visar hur medborgarna uppfattar yttrandefrihetens gränser och inom vilka områden begränsningar ses som möjliga.
Författare: Ulla Carlsson och Lennart Weibull
English version available: Freedom of Expression in the Digital Media Culture
The University of Gothenburg has appointed associate professor Jonas Ohlsson as the new director of Nordicom. Ohlsson has worked at Nordicom since 2013 as a researcher. Since 2017 he has also held the part-time position as Nordicom’s assistant director.
Are you interested in media policy in the Nordic region? Our compilations of government reports in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden provide links to public inquiries over several decades.
This new Clearinghouse book aims to display a variety of examples where children and youths have been active and creative by using their own initiative, and by being driven by intrinsic motivation, personal interests, and peer relations.