Nordicom Review 43 (1) 2022

Editor(s): Johannes Bjerling, Karin H. Zelano

Nordicom Review is published in association with Sciendo (De Gruyter Group). All issues and articles published since 2000 can be downloaded with Open Access from the Sciendo publishing platform at Older issues (1996–1999) are published on the NordPub publishing platform at



Media narratives, agonistic deliberation, and Skam: An analysis of how young people communicate in digital spaces
Harald Hornmoen, Yngve Benestad Hågvar, Nathalie Hyde-Clarke, Birgitte Kjos Fonn, & Dagny Stuedahl

Migration and community in an age of digital connectivity: A survey of media use and integration amongst migrants in Iceland
Lara Hoffmann, Þorlákur Axel Jónsson, & Markus Meckl

"Not quite the struggle of normatives": Belonging and entitlement in Swedish "body activism"
Malin Sveningsson, Alva Vestberg, & Johanna Hedström

Public AI imaginaries: How the debate on artificial intelligence was covered in Danish newspapers and magazines 1956–2021
Sne Scott Hansen

Television documentaries as spearheads in public service television: Comparing scheduling practices on the linear channels and video-on-demand services of Danish TV 2 and DR
Hanne Bruun & Benedicte Krogh Bille

Podcasting about yourself and challenging norms: An investigation of independent women podcasters in Denmark
Freja Sørine Adler Berg

"How is he entitled to say this?": Constructing the identities of experts, ordinary people, and presenters in Swedish television series on climate change 
Kirill Filimonov & Nico Carpentier

Book Reviews
Maarit Jaakkola (Ed.), Gauti Sigthorsson & Kenneth Andresen