Nordicom Review 1/2016 is out now. Issue includes nine stimulating articles and four book reviews in the field of media and communication.
Some interesting articles of the issue include a study on data journalists using Facebook, by Ester Appelgren and an interview study of researchers’ motivations for and experiences of being interviewed by journalists, by Benedicte Carlsen and Hanne Riese
[spoiler title=’Table of Contents’ collapse_link=’true’]Data Journalists Using Facebook. A Study of a Resource Group Created by Journalists, for Journalists, by Ester Appelgren
Aporetic Apparatus. Epistemological Transformations of the Camera, by Janne Seppänen, Juha Herkman
Parent-Pressure. A History of Parents as Co-consumers of Children’s Media, by Helle Strandgaard Jensen
Return of the Talking Heads. Entering the Third Wave of Television News Dramaturgy, by Kenneth Reinecke Hansen, Peter Bro, Ralf Andersson
The Social Media Experiences of Long-term Patients: Illness, Identity, and Participation, by Brita Ytre-Arne
The Dynamics of Sensemaking and Information Seeking in a Crisis Situation, by Orla Vigsø, Tomas Odén
High Stakes. An Interview Study of Researchers’ Motivations for and Experiences of being Interviewed by Journalists, by Benedicte Carlsen, Hanne Riese
How to Describe and Measure Obstacles of Narrative Immersion in a Film? The Wheel of Immersion as a Framework, by Thomas Bjørner, Andreas Magnusson, Robin Pascal Nielsen
Materialist Perspectives on Digital Technologies. Informing Debates on Digital Literacy and Competence, by Holger Pötzsch[/spoiler]
Read all nine articles on Nordicom website here.
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