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News Media and the Öresund Region
A Case of Horizontal Europeanisation?

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Fictions of Europe
On ”Eurofiction” – A Multinational Research Project

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Current Research Projects. More Balanced Election Coverage with Media Researchers on Location

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Panel Discussion II: Culture and Media Technology. The Internet and Differentiation in the Political Public Sphere

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Development of Media Research in Estonia

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Good Europeans?
Euro-themes in Swedish, Danish and British TV News during a November Week

Conflict: Foreign Policy Orientation as a Factor in Television News Reporting. Edsbruk: Akademitryck. Robertson, Alexa (2001) ‘Us, Them in Television News Narratives’, Paper presented at the Arts and Politics Conference on Narrative, Identity and Order at the University of Tampere, 13-15 September 2001. Robertson, Alexa (2000a) Depictions of the European Union in 19 Swedish Media. Stockholm: Mediagruppen. Report for Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs. Robertson, A. (2000b) Europa erzählt: Erzählananlyse und

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Media User Types among Young Children and Social Displacement

.O., Menéndez, M.R., & González, M.V.R. (2007) ‘Diffusion and Usage Patterns of Internet Services in the European Union’, Information Research , 12,2. Heim, J., Brandtzæg, P.B., Kaare, B.H., Endestad, T., & Torgersen, L. (2007) Children’s Usage of Media Technologies and Psychosocial Factors’, New Media & Society, 9 , 425-454. Johnsson-Smaragdi, U., & Roe, K. (1986) ‘Teenagers in the New Media World: Video Recorders, Video Games and Home Computers’. Research Paper in The Sociology of Communication. University of Lund, (2). Johnsson-Smaragdi, U. (2001

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Plenary I. Global, Hybrid or Multiple? Global, Hybrid or Multiple?
Cultural Identities in the Age of Satellite TV and the Internet

, T. (2007) ‘Public Service Broadcasting (PSB) in Western Europe: History and Concept’, Tampere Summer School on International Communication. Tampere, Finland. ITU (2007) International Telecommunication Union. Trends in Telecommunication Reform - The Road to Next Generation’, (Summary) International Telecommunication Union. Iwabuchi, K. (2002) Recentering Globalization : Popular Culture and Japanese Transnationalism. Durham: Duke University Press. Katz, E. (1977) ‘Can Authentic Cultures Survive New Media?’, Journal of

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Cameroonians in Oslo, Diaspora, and Uses of the Media

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The Challenge of Qualitative Generalisations in Communication Research

Research Going? Cross-fertilization of Paradigms: A Synthesizing Approach to Qualitative Audience Research. Nordicom Review. Vol. 22 (1). Schrøder, K (2000) Making Sense of Audience Discourses. Towards a Multidimensional Model of Mass Media Reception. European Journal of Cultural Studies. Vol. 3 (2). Schrøder, K & Hansen, S E (in press) Beyond Duality. Danes’ Views on Denmark and the European Union 2001. In R. Roby (ed.): The Changing Face of European Identity: An Eight-Nation Q Study of (Supra) National Attachments. Lynne Riener

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