Nordic Journal of Media Studies issues

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Cover of Nordic Journal of Media Studies Vol. 4, 2022
Volume 4 |

Media Events in the Age of Global, Digital Media (Vol. 4, 2022)

Kirsten Frandsen, Anne Jerslev, Mette Mortensen (eds.)

The articles in the fourth issue of Nordic Journal of Media Studies demonstrate that media event is still an important concept to help us understand the working of the contemporary hybrid media landscape, that gathering and watching large events live together is important to people and that television is still an important medium for co-creating what in the introduction to this issue is called participatory liveness.

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Cover of Nordic Journal of Media Studies 2021 vol. 3
Volume 3 |

Media and the Climate Crisis (Vol. 3, 2021)

Risto Kunelius, Anna Roosvall (eds.)

The articles in the third issue of Nordic Journal of Media Studies address the intersection of media and the climate crisis from many angles and with a diversity of data, methods, and conceptual frameworks.

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Volume 2 |

What is Nordic in Nordic Media Studies? (Vol. 2, 2020)

Göran Bolin, Anne Jerslev (eds.)

The second issue of Nordic Journal of Media Studies discusses what it means to be a "Nordic" journal of media studies and what the specific Nordic quality is that such a journal would embrace.

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Cover of Nordic Journal of Media Studies 2019 vol. 1
Volume 1 |

Disrupting Media Infrastructures (Vol. 1, 2019)

Hanne Bruun, Kirsten Frandsen (eds.)

The first issue of Nordic Journal of Media Studies discusses the current changes that the media industry is going through. Due to digitalisation, production networks are now possible across the world, making new ways of distributing content and building business models.

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