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Exploring Journalism and Computer Science Student Collaboration
A Norwegian case study

Introduction The digitalization of journalism and convergence of media platforms has resulted in an increased overlap between technology and journalism. From a professional perspective, this means that technology developers have begun working as technology developer-journalists and computer science engineers have shown a growing interest in journalism (Lewis & Usher, 2014). Leading voices in the field of journalism have also pushed for journalists to embrace computer science (Lewis & Usher, 2016) and pointed out the profound implications of digitalization for

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Technology and peer review: the open and participatory dimension

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Encounters with Self-Monitoring Data on ICT Use

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Tracing Communicative Patterns
A comparative ethnography across platforms, media and contexts

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Structural Ageism in Big Data Approaches

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

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One Day in the Life of a National Twittersphere

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A Room of One’s Own?
Using period trackers to escape menstrual stigma

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Exploring the Meaning Problem of Big and Small Data Through Digital Method Triangulation

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Making Sense of Small and Big Data as Onlife Traces

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