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. 36, pp. 170-187. Mody, Bella (2010) The Geopolitics of Representation in Foreign News: Explaining Darfur , Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield. Price, Vincent and Czilli, Edward J. (1996) “Modeling Patterns of News Recognition and Recall,” Journal of Communication Vol. 46, no. 2, pp. 55-78. Robins, Melinda B. (2003) “Lost Boys and the Promised Land: US Newspaper Coverage of Sudanese Refugees,” Journalism Vol. 4, no. 1, pp. 29-49. Steeves, H. Leslie (1997) Gender Violence and the Press: The St. Kizito Story , Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press. United Nations

the Eurovision News Exchange . Luton: University of Luton Press. Curran, J., Iyengar, S., Brink Lund, A., & Salovaara-Moring, I. (2009) ‘Media System, Public Knowledge and Democracy: A Comparative Study’, European Journal of Communication, 24 (1), 5-26. van Dijk, T.A. v. (1988) News as Discourse . Hillsdale, NJ: L. Erlbaum Associates. Galtung, J., & Ruge, M.H. (1965) The Structure of Foreign News’, Journal of Peace Research, 2 (1), 64-91. Gripsrud, J. (1992) ‘The Aesthetics and Politics of Melodrama’, in C. Sparks & P. Dahlgren (Eds.) Journalism and Popular

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Claiming that interest in local vs. foreign news is one way of measuring orientation towards local and greater society, this paper utilizes a Norwegian survey with questions about interest in news to identify groups with different orientations. The study builds on local/cosmopolitan dichotomy, but takes this further by claiming that rather than two, there are four different ways of orienting oneself towards local and greater society on the basis of local/foreign news interest. The author suggests that a categorizing of individuals into either ‘locals’, ‘cosmopolitans’, ‘local cosmopolitans’ or the ‘disconnected’ is a more fruitful way of dealing with this matter. The results show that gender, age, education and ties to one’s domicile may help explain which type of individual constitutes each of the four categories. Comparing traditional media with the Internet, the study shows that the level of interest in news on the Internet is generally lower, but that the patterns tied to the traditional media are transferred relatively unchanged to the Internet.

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This article shows the great interest in foreign affairs and other international influences in three Norwegian newspapers between 1880 and 1930. International coverage has received relatively little interest in Norwegian press history, but should be considered a vital element in creating a national imagery in a young state which gained its independence in 1905. The article shows how proximity and distance are political as well as geographical concepts, contributing to our notions about social dynamics in other societies. The article is based on a pilot study conducted on behalf of the Norwegian Press History project.

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