Nordicom Review 36 (1) 2015

28 maj 2015
150,00 kr

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Ulla Carlsson

A Few Parting Words

Mette Bengtsson

Approaches to Political Commentary in Scandinavia. A Call for Textual, Evaluating Scholarship

Miika Vähämaa
Mark D. West

“They Say One Thing and Mean Another”. How Differences in In-Group Understandings of Key Goals Shape Political Knowledge. An International Comparison of Politicians and Journalists

Jill Johannessen

Worldview Struggles under a New Climate Regime. South African and Norwegian Media Coverage of COP17

Soilikki Vettenranta

Crisis Communication and the Norwegian Authorities. 22 July and the Chernobyl Disaster: Two Catastrophes, Dissimilar Outcomes

Tine Ustad Figenschou
Audun Beyer
Kjersti Thorbjørnsrud

The Moral Police. Agenda-setting and Framing Effects of a New(s) Concept of Immigration

Daniel Schofield
Reijo Kupiainen

Young People’s Narratives of Media and Identity. Mediagraphy as Identity Work in Upper Secondary School

Roel Puijk

Slow Television. A Successful Innovation in Public Service Broadcasting

Stefan Gelfgren

Why Does the Archbishop Not Tweet? How Social Media Challenge Church Authorities

Bengt Johansson
Larsåke Larsson

The Complexity of Public Relations Work. PR Managers in the Public and Private Sector in Sweden

New Literature