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, whether and how to vote) are essentially non-existent in the literature” ( Lazer et al., 2018 : 1095), though that situation is beginning to change quite quickly. This article examines the phenomenon of how digital media affect politics through the lens of the Swedish national election of 2018. It focuses on the role of dis- or misinformation, bots, and alternative news websites and how they supported the Sweden Democrats and their anti-immigrant agenda. The article draws out some lessons for how media and politics are changing in the world at large. Like other Nordic

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Introduction Studies of the history of Swedish media research and of the development of the field of media studies in Sweden – both from within and outside the field of media studies – have highlighted various aspects of this history in Sweden. One part of the picture yet to be understood more clearly is the role of military and defence interests in the development of media research as a field. It is clear that psychological defence and the fight against propaganda was a key issue during the Cold War, and that this spurred attention to and research into the

research on interaction through social media in the Nordic countries has shown interesting results. For instance, Bonsón and colleagues (2015) measured the impact of content and media types across 75 local governments in 15 Western European countries. They found that Nordic and southern municipalities have the most engaged stakeholders. Swedish municipalities are diligent social media users, most have one or several Facebook pages, and some have used Facebook for more than a decade. These usage rates reflect the increase in social media use amongst Swedish citizens

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can be that the Norwegian model has becomes so widespread and influential. Obviously, the Norwegian model has been successful in getting the attention of stakeholders such as governments and university leaders, yet I suggest that its appeal among researchers is crucial for its success. Hence, the study focuses on the appeal of the model, and specifically why it is attractive for department heads and (individual) researchers. The analysis builds on already gathered data from a Swedish context in conjunction with previous studies, and while the findings are country