Nordicom Review 2/2000

22 May 2000
150,00 kr

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Sonia Livingstone

On the Cutting Edge, or Otherwise, of Media and Communication Research

Horace Newcomb

Searching for Landmarks at the Forefront of Media Research

Klaus Bruhn Jensen

On the Edge. A Meta-Analysis of the State of Media and Communication Research

Anker Brink Lund

Media Research Cutting Edges. All Quiet on the Nordic Front?

Terhi Rantanen

The Future of Nordic Media and Communication Studies. The End of Splendid Isolation?

Birgitta Höijer

Cultural-Cognitive Perspectives on Communication. The Thinking Human Being

Espen Ytreberg

Notes on Text Production as a Field of Inquiry in Media Studies

Stig Hjarvard

Proximity. The Name of the Ratings Game

Heikki Heikkilä

How to Make Thin Journalism Strong? Experiences of a Public Journalism Project in Finland

Terje Gaustad

The Economics of Sports Programming

Louise Phillips

Risk, Reflexivity and Democracy. Mediating Expert Knowledge in the News

Stig Arne Nohrstedt

Communication Challenges in Connection with Catastrophes and States of Emergency. A Review of the Literature

Sanna Valtonen

Monitoring Media Crisis. A Decade of Stories about Unemployment in Helsingin Sanomat

Inka Moring

Scales of Space, Place and Money. Discursive Landscapes of Regional Inertia, Identity and Economical Change

Kristina Riegert

Storylining Baltic News. Swedish Identity Mechanisms in Latvia’s Citizenship Episode

Martin Engebretsen

Hypernews and Coherenc

André Jansson

A Matter of Attitude. Reflections on Phenomenology and Media Culture

Hanne Bruun

The Aesthetics of the Television Talk Show

Bent Steeg Larsen

Radio As Ritual. An Approach to Everyday Use of Radio

Anne Jerslev

Sally Potter’s “ecrands seconds”. A Reading of Sally Potter’s Work

Søren Birkvad

A Battle for Public Mythology. History and Genre in the Portrait Documentary

Jens E. Kjeldsen

What the Metaphor Could Not Tell Us About the Prime Minister’s Bicycle Helmet. Rhetorical Criticism of Visual Political Rhetoric

Maria Mattus

The Hypertextual Dialogue between Living History and True History. Two Perspectives from the World Wide Web on the Holocaust

The Authors

Working Group Papers in English