Nordicom Review 2/2008

25 nov 2008
150,00 kr

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Irma Kaarina Halonen

Generations, Communication and Media Philosophy. The 18th Nordic Conference on Media and Communication Research

Plenary Session I. Global, Hybrid or Multiple? Media Flows and Identities in the Age of Satellite TV and the Internet

Joseph D. Straubhaar

Global, Hybrid or Multiple? Cultural Identities in the Age of Satellite TV and the Internet

Terhi Rantanen

From International Communication to Global Media Studies. What Next?

Thomas Tufte

Exploring Cultural Globalisation. New Forms of Experience and Citizen-driven Change Processes

Panel Discussion I. Quo vadis media? Media Economy and Democracy

Anu Kantola


Mats Ekström

Research on Media and Democracy. Reflections on Changes and Challenges

Lene Hansen

Images, Identity and Security. Bringing Together International Politics and Media Research

Tore Slaatta

Backstage Report: Research Strategies and Field Observations. An Extended Reflection on the Media Research in the Norwegian Power and Democracy Programs

Panel Discussion II. Quo vadis media? Culture and Media Technology

Susanna Paasonen


Terje Rasmussen

The Internet and Differentiation in the Political Public Sphere

Malin Sveningsson Elm

Understanding and Studying Internet Culture(s). Hybridity and Interdisciplinarity

Plenary Session II. Pragmatist Media Philosophy in Action: The Nomad Academy

Mike Sandbothe

Media and Knowledge. Some Pragmatist Remarks about Media Philosophy within and beyond the Limits of Epistemology

Articles (revised papers

Stig Hjarvard

The Mediatization of Society. A Theory of the Media as Agents of Social and Cultural Change

Mats Bergman

The New Wave of Pragmatism in Communication Studies

Niels Brügger

The Archived Website and Website Philology. A New Type of Historical Document?

Kjetil Sandvik
Anne Mette Thorhauge

Professor Nukem. Communicating Research in the Age of the Experience Economy

Birgit Hertzberg Kaare

Youth as Producers. Digital Stories of Faith and Life

Mia Lövheim

Rethinking Cyberreligion? Teens, Religion and the Internet in Sweden

Øystein Gilje
Ola Erstad

Regaining Impact. Media Education and Media Literacy in a Norwegian Context

Kristin Skare Orgeret

When will the Daybreak Come? Popular Music and Political Processes in Ethiopia

Erik Hedling

Shame: Ingmar Bergman’s Vietnam War

Karin Kukkonen

Popular Cultural Memory. Comics, Communities and Context Knowledge

Karina Horsti

Overview of Nordic Media Research on Immigration and Ethnic Relations. From Text Analysis to the Study of Production, Use and Reception

Karin Creutz-Kämppi

The Othering of Islam in a European Context.

Audun Engelstad

Watching Politics. The Representation of Politics in Primetime Television Drama

Karl Erik Gustafsson

End-game Strategies in the Swedish National Tabloid Industry

Roosmarii Kurvits

The Visual Form of Estonian Newspapers from 1806 to 1940 and the Appearance Spiral Model

The Authors

Working Groups

Working Group Papers