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Walking Through, Going Along and Scrolling Back
Ephemeral mobilities in digital ethnography

temporality, duration and affect. Journal of Gender Studies , 36(4): 347-360. Harvey, D. (1989). The condition of postmodernity . Oxford: Blackwell. Hine, C. (2000). Virtual ethnography . Thousand Oaks, SAGE. Hine, C. (2015). Ethnography for the internet: Embedded, embodied and everyday . London: Bloomsbury Publishing. Howison, J., Wiggins, A. & Crowston, K. (2011). Validity issues in the use of social network analysis with digital trace data. Journal of the Association for Information Systems , 12(12): 767-797. Ihde, D. (1995

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Issue Salience on Twitter During Swedish Party Leaders’ Debates

same issues in debates on Twitter. The political issues addressed in the debates were identified in messages on Twitter over the same time period and these data provided the empirical basis for our comparison of political agendas. We addressed the following research questions: (1) How did the discussions of political issues on Twitter deviate from the televised debate in terms of temporal dynamics and amount of attention? (2) Did the amount of attention given to issues on the different policy dimensions (the liberal-authoritarian and the traditional left

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Hyperlocal Media in the Nordic Region

informatics, and digital news. Journalism Studies, 16(1): 41–59. 10.1080/1461670X.2014.890329 Goggin G. Martin F. & Dwyer T. 2015 Locative news: Mobile media, place informatics, and digital news Journalism Studies 16 1 41 59 Gruteser, M. & Grunwald, D. (2003). Anonymous usage of location-based services through spatial and temporal cloaking. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Mobile Systems, Applications and Services 31-42. Gruteser M. & Grunwald D. 2003 Anonymous usage of location-based services

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Control over Stories of Illness and Life
The case of a career media participant turned media professional

. References Adams, V., Murphy, M. & Clarke, A. E. (2009). Anticipation: Technosicience, life, affect, temporality. Subjectivity , 28(1): 246–265. Adams V. Murphy M. & Clarke A. E. 2009 Anticipation: Technosicience, life, affect, temporality Subjectivity 28 1 246 265 Birks, J. (2017). ‘Moving life stories tell us just why politics matters’: Personal narratives in tabloid anti-austerity campaigns. Journalism , 18(10): 1346–1363. Birks J. 2017 ‘Moving life stories tell us just why politics matters’: Personal narratives in tabloid anti

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The Difference Culture Makes
Comparing Swedish news and cultural journalism on the 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris

cultural journalism as “soft” news – as lacking in public importance and temporal urgency ( Kristensen & From, 2012 ). Studies of the Swedish coverage of the Mohammed cartoon crisis in 2005 (initiated by a Danish cultural editor to debate the limits of freedom of speech) found that the cultural pages contributed “more of a reflective and interpretational or explanatory tone, giving historical references and discussing the political climate” than other sections of the newspapers ( Wallentin & Ekecrantz, 2007 : 198). Despite this, European studies show that cultural

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The delay economy of “continuity” and the emerging impatience culture of the digital era

: Textual characteristics: distribution Schedules and content mirroring and structuring the temporal structures of the everyday life of an audience Spatial structures and files 5: Textual characteristics: content Temporal standardisation of content to fit distribution structures No fixed temporal logics Comment : No 5 in the table is inspired by Johnson (2017) . Continuity is very much a child of these key characteristics of the linear television paradigm outlined above. It performs a list of communicative functions in the provider

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Unboxing news automation
Exploring imagined affordances of automation in news journalism

[blog] accessed 2018, November 15 Tenenboim-Weinblatt, K. & Neiger, M. (2018). Temporal affordances in the news. Journalism 19(1): 37-55. 10.1177/1464884916689152 Tenenboim-Weinblatt K. & Neiger M. 2018 Temporal affordances in the news Journalism 19 1 37 55 United Robots. (n.d.). United Robots: Products. Retrieved from

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From the Concept to the Practice of Parliamentary Immunity


Scholars have long debated the normative rationality, the temporal and legal aspects, and finally the limits and modern practices of parliamentary immunity. Therefore, this study does not insist on these classical interpretations anymore, but seeks to contribute to a comprehensive understanding of the conceptual history of parliamentary immunity. Embracing two schools of thought, the Koselleckian interpretation and the Skinnerian variant, this paper aims to establish and clarify in detail the story of the concept of parliamentary immunity in order to elucidate, in a Socratic fashion, what we really mean when we say that a senator or a deputy benefits from legislative immunity. This inquiry will help us emphasise how this concept leaves behind its abstract notion and becomes an institution with strict rules and practices. In addition, considering the importance of this concept in the modern legislative and rhetoric histories and the frequency with which it is used, this study will question the meanings of parliamentary immunity in the light of different historical settings and will eventually trace out a single, coherent, and unified conceptual matrix. My contention is that once parliamentary immunity – seen as a conceptual construct only adjusting the balance of power between the executive and the legislative powers – becomes an institution with strong practices, it enforces the parliament as a unified and independent body and creates the prerequisite conditions for the democratic development.

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Mechanisms of Europeanisation and Compliance in Judicial Politics: Understanding the Past and Anticipating the Future

. Reconstituting Paradise Lost: Temporality, Civility, and Ethnicity in Post-CommunistConstitution-Making. Law & Society Review, 38 (3), 407-432. Přibáň, J. 2010. Constituting the Heterarchy of European Constitutionalism in the EU’s New Member States. In: In: A. Febbrajo and W. Sadurski, eds. Central and Eastern Europe After Transition. Towards a New Socio-legal Semantics , Ashgate, 13-35. Pridham, G. 2006. Assessing Democratic Consolidation in Central and Eastern Europe: The European Dimension. Acta Politica , 41, 342-369. Pogany, I. 1993. Constitutional

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