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THE ONLINE JOURNALIST BETWEEN IDEALS AND AUDIENCES
How do online journalists define themselves? Journalistic self-perception plays a big part in understanding developments in the practice of online journalism in newsrooms. This article presents anExpand
When Homo Academicus meets Homo Journalisticus: An inter-field study of collaboration and conflict in the communication of scientific research
The longstanding tension between journalists and academics is explored by analysing data from qualitative interviews with 25 journalists and scientists using an analytical framework derived fromExpand
Field theory approaches to new media practices: An introduction and some theoretical considerations
In this article introducing the theme of the special issue we argue that studies of new media practices might benefit from especially Pierre Bourdieu’s research on cultural production. We introduceExpand
Framing Gender Justice
Abstract This study examines the media coverage of the #metoo movement in neighbouring countries Denmark and Sweden. A comparative content analysis shows differences in genres, sources and themesExpand
Four Transformative Pivots in a Transformative Decade
Mapping Online Journalism in Transition: Exploring an Analytical Model
Abstract By operationalising Pierre Bourdieu’s concepts of field, capital and positions of autonomy and heteronomy, and applying a Principal Component Analysis (PCA) to data gathered from a largeExpand
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