Nordicom Review 17 (1) 1996

Special Issue: The XII Nordic Conference on Mass Communication Research
Redaktör(er): Ulla Carlsson

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Content

Foreword
Ulla Carlsson

Visual Media in Culture: A Histrical Look at the Present
Ib Bondebjerg

Historical Research on the Media: The Audience in the Text of Advertising Films
Kathrine Skretting

Critical Theory and Audiovisual Media
Tarmo Malmberg

The Dramaturgics of the Newspaper Page
Gert Z Nordström

The Dilemmas of Documentary Violence in Television
Birgitta Höijer

Tele-Graphy in the Post-Broadcasting Era
Terje Rasmussen

External Constraints and National Resources: Reflections on the Europeanisation of Communications Policy
Eli Skogerbo

Ownership and Concentration in Local Radio Broadcasting in Scandinavia
Per Jauert, Ole Prehn

Public Service After the Crisis
Henrik Søndergaard

The People, its Will and its Best: The Music Policy of the Finnish Broadcasting Company in the 1950's
Raimo Salokangas

The Validity of TV Journalism: Theoretical Starting Points for Critical Journalism Research
Mats Ekström

Female Educators and Male Craftsmen? The Professional Ideals among Swedish Journalists
Margareta Melin-Higgins

The Journalist and the Other: A Normative Perspective on Respect for Privacy in the Ethics of Journalism
Svein Brurås

The Umbrella Model - Upside-Down
Karl Erik Gustafsson

American Fan Magazines in the 30s and the Glamorous Construction of Femininity
Anne Jerslev

Culture Consumption in Finland: Distinctive Characteristics
Mirja Liikkanen

The Reflexive Press Photograph
Erling Sivertsen

Representation and Action in the Reception of Myst: A Social Semiotic Approach to Computer Media
Paul Mayer

The Authors

Working Groups Papers in English

Conference Programme