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Crowning Moments

Transformative populist use of the media and the case of Carl I. Hagen

Hilmar Mjelde

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Niina Niskala and Pertti Hurme

Cameron, G.T. (2004) ‘Conflict measurements: analysis of simultaneous inclusion in roles, values, independence, attitudes, and dyadic adjustment’, Public Relations Review 30: 401-410. Simmons, P. and Walsh, B. (2010) ‘Disliking public relations: Democratic ideals and the habits of ethical communicators’, International Journal of Communication Ethics 7(4): 13-19. Trappel, J., Nieminen, H. and Nord, L. (2011) ‘Editorial’, in Trappel, J., Nieminen, H and Nord, L. (eds.) The Media for Democracy Monitor. A Cross National Study of Leading News Media. University of

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Sara Leckner and Pernilla Severson

relationships between ethnomethodology and system design. Human–Computer Interaction , 13(4): 395-432. Fetters, M. D. & Molina-Azorin, J. F. (2017). The Journal of Mixed Methods Research starts a new decade: Principles for bringing in the new and divesting of the old language of the field. Journal of Mixed Methods Research , 11(1): 3-10. Fetveit, A. (2000). Den trojanske hest: Om metodebegrepets marginalisering av humanistisk medieforskning [The Trojan Horse: About the method concepts marginalization of humanistic media research]. Norsk Medietidskrift , 2: 5

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The Meaning of Links

On the interpretation of hyperlinks in the study of polarization in blogging about climate change

Dag Elgesem

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Political Scandal Tests Trust in Politicians

The Case of the Finnish Minister Who Resigned Because of His Text Messages

Pekka Isotalus and Merja Almonkari

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Thomas Nygren and Mona Guath

References Basu, S. & Savani, K. (2017). Choosing one at a time? Presenting options simultaneously helps people make more optimal decisions than presenting options sequentially. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, 139: 76-91. Carlsson, U. (2018). Medie-och informationskunnighet (MIK) i den digitala tidsåldern: En demokratifråga- Kartläggning, analys, reflektioner [Media information competence (MIK) in the digital age: A question of democracy - survey, analysis, and reflection]. Gothenburg: Nordicom

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Picturing two modernities

Ecological modernisation and the media imagery of climate change

Jarkko Kangas

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Ragnhild Eg and Arne Krumsvik

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The Difference Culture Makes

Comparing Swedish news and cultural journalism on the 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris

Kristina Riegert and Andreas Widholm

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Ritualisation of Crisis Communication

Crowd-enabled responses to the Stockholm terror attack on Twitter

Minttu Tikka

disaster risk: A case study of Lalitpur, Nepal. Journal of Applied Social Science , 5(2): 13-32. Boltanski, L. (1999). Distant suffering: Politics, morality and the media. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Bruns, A. & Hanusch, F. (2017). Conflict imagery in a connective environment: Audiovisual content on Twitter following the 2015/2016 terror attack in Paris and Brussels. Media, Culture & Society , 39(8): 1122-1141. Caliandro, A. (2018). Digital methods for ethnography: Analytical concepts for ethnographers exploring social media environments