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Visual Composition of Bodily Presence. A Phenomenological Approach to Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master

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Communication Challenges in Connection with Catastrophes and States of Emergency
A Review of the Literature

) Perception of Risk. Stockholm: Center for Risk Research, Stockholm School of Economics. Finucane, M & Slovic, P (1999) Riskbedömning och social kontroll - om vikten av att få perspektiv på olika perspektiv [Risk assessment and social control - on the importance of gaining a perspective on different perspectives]. Framtider 18:1. Flodin, B (1993) Myndigheters kriskommunikation: En kunskapsöversikt [The crisis communication of public authorities: A review of the literature]. Stockholm: The National Board of Psychological Defence Planning

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The Value of Internet Research to Danish Council Reporters

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The Moral Police
Agenda-setting and Framing Effects of a New(s) Concept of Immigration

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The ERNO Television Exchange
A Window on the Train of Trust in the Balkans

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Paradoxes of Visibility

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The Accumulation Effect
The Print Media’s Impact on Estonian Elections Between 1999-2003

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The Experiences of Women Professionals in the Film Industry in Turkey: A Gender-Based Study

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Social Representations Theory
A New Theory for Media Research

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“Media Micro-Generations”
How New Technologies Change Our Media Morality

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