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References Andersen, I. (1999) Den Skinbarlige Virkelighed - Om valg af samfundsvidenskabelige metoder. Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur. Andrén, G.P. Hemánus, et al. (1979) Loyalitet mod virkeligheden - Objektivitet og journalistisk formidling. Copenhagen: Gyldendal. Britannica (2003) Journalism. Encyclopædia Britannica. Bro, P. (1998) Journalisten som aktivist. Copenhagen: Fremads debatbøger. Cox, M. (2000) The Development of Computer-Assisted Reporting. Newspaper division, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, University of North

References Allern, S. & Blach-Ørsten, M. (2011) ‘The News Media as a Political Institution : A Scandinavian perspective’, Journalism Studies, 12 (1) 92-105. Anonymous (1969) ‘Nycop om pressen til år 2000, en udvikling i tre trin med data, satellitter og video [Nycop about the Press untill 2000, a Development in Three Steps With Data, Satellites and Video]’, Journalisten, (7-8). Benson, R., et al. (2012) ‘Media Systems Online and Off: Comparing the Form of News in the United States, Denmark and France’, Journal of Communication, 62 (1) 21-38. Berendt, M. (1974

Introduction The belief that journalism is somehow beyond gender power relations stems from a tendency to consider gender differences in terms of a female-male dichotomy, and accordingly, a belief that sexism in media will disappear by changing the gender of agency. In this article, we wish to openly criticise journalism (one of the key institutions of social life; see Acker 1992 ) as a gendered institution. Here, the term “gendered” means that gender is present in the processes, practices, images and ideologies of journalism – and its power distributions. We

References Blood, R. (2002) The Weblog Handbook: Practical Advice on Creating and Maintaining Your Blog. Cambridge, USA: Perseus. Blood, R. (2003) ‘Weblogs and Journalism: do they Connect?’, Nieman reports 57(3):61-63. Bowman, S. and Willis, C. (2003) We Media, How Audiences are Shaping the Future of News and Information. Reston, VA: The Media Center at the American Press Institute. Bruns, A. (2005) Gatewatching: Collaborative Online News Production. New York: Peter Lang

References Alexander, L. (1982) Beyond the Facts: A Guide to the Art of Feature Writing (2 nd ed.). Houston, Texas: Gulf Publishing Company. Allan, S. (2004) News Culture . Maidenhead: Open University Press. Atton, C. (2002) Alternative Media . London, Thousand Oaks and New Delhi: Sage Publications. Atton, C. (2003) ‘What is ‘Alternative’ Journalism?’, Journalism , 4 (3): 267-272. Baum, M.A. (2002) ‘Sex, Lies, and War: How Soft News Brings Foreign Policy to the Inattentive Public’, The American Political Science Review , 96 (1): 91-109. Bech-Karlsen, J

Introduction In the past ten years, a series of technological, financial, political and cultural processes have contributed to profound changes in magazine journalism. Some developments are similar in magazines and other media, while other challenges and opportunities are particular to different forms of journalism on different media platforms. This article analyses changes in magazine journalism, using Norway as a case and relating the discussion to a Nordic context. The magazine market of the Nordic countries has been described as pan-Nordic ( Harrie 2009

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Nationalism. London: Sage. Carlsson, Ulla (1998) Frågan om en ny internationell informationsordning : en studie i internationell mediepolitik. Göteborg: Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, Univ. (JMG). Carlsson, Ulla (2005) ‘From NWICO to Global Governance of the Information Society’, in Hemer, Oscar & Tufte, Thomas (eds.) Media & Glocal Change. Göteborg: Nordicom. Chomsky, Noam (1999) The New Military Humanism. Lessons from Kosovo . Monroe ME: Common Courage Press. Eide, Martin (1992) Nyhetens interesse. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget. El-Bendary, Mohamed

Introduction The digitalization of journalism and convergence of media platforms has resulted in an increased overlap between technology and journalism. From a professional perspective, this means that technology developers have begun working as technology developer-journalists and computer science engineers have shown a growing interest in journalism ( Lewis & Usher, 2014 ). Leading voices in the field of journalism have also pushed for journalists to embrace computer science ( Lewis & Usher, 2016 ) and pointed out the profound implications of digitalization for

Introduction Media and political structures are intimately connected. In fact, media systems theory suggests that media models are rooted in the political and economic fabric of a society. Journalism, as such, is in a ‘close relationship to the political world’ ( Hallin & Mancini, 2004 : 13). While media systems theory assumes that this is the case at the level of the nation state, few attempts have been made to analyse this system connection within the nation state – such as the relationship between the local political decision-making level and local news media