Nordicom Review 42 (Special Issue 3) 2021. Class in/and the Media

Editor(s): Peter Jakobsson, Johan Lindell, Fredrik Stiernstedt

 

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 www.sciendo.com. Older issues (1996–1999) are published on the NordPub publishing platform at www.norden.org/nordpub.

Content

Introduction: Class in/and the media: On the importance of class in media and communication studies
Peter Jakobsson, Johan Lindell, Fredrik Stiernstedt

Class Struggle in the Era of Post-politics: Representing the Swedish port conflict in the news media
Ernesto Abalo, Diana Jacobsson

Dismissing Class: Media representations of workers’ conditions in the Global South
Vladimir Cotal San Martin

Interpolations of Class, “Race”, and Politics: Denmark’s Jyllands-Posten and its coverage of Greek national elections during the “Greek crisis”
Yiannis MylonasI, Matina Noutsou

Investigations of a Journalistic Blind Spot: Class, constructors, and carers in Norwegian media
Tine Ustad Figenschou, Elisabeth Eide, Ruth Einervoll Nilsen

All In a Day’s Work: Working-class heroes as videogame protagonists
Michael Iantorno, Courtney Blamey, Lyne Dwyer, Mia Consalvo

The Space of Media Usage in Finland, 2007 and 2018: The impact of online activities on its structure and its association with sociopolitical divisions
Semi Purhonen, Adrian Leguina, Riie Heikkilä

Class and Everyday Media Use: A case study from Norway
Jan Fredrik Hovden, Lennart Rosenlund

Class Conditioning and Class Positioning in Young People’s Everyday Life with Digital Media: Exploring new forms of class-making in the Swedish media welfare state
Martin Danielsson