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PR, Lobbyism and Democracy: Mapping the revolving door in Denmark from 1981 to 2015
Abstract The growth of PR in Scandinavia is linked both to the mediatisation of politics and to the decline of corporatism. Studies in Sweden and Norway suggest that one consequence of these changes… Expand
The Future of Public Libraries: A Technology Perspective
- Leif Pedersen
- Sociology, Computer Science
- Public Libr. Q.
- 1 October 2016
Libraries have to change their operations because information has become ubiquitous and that means new ways of thinking about services like career development and lifelong learning. Expand
Exploring the ‘ultimate’ step in the mediatization of political parties: Members of the Danish Parliament and their communication skills 1981-2015
Beyond the Informed Citizen?: Narratives of news engagement and civic experiences among Danish news users
Th is article presents an in-depth analysis of the narratives of everyday news engagement, and examines what news users perceive as the ideals, values and normative expectations surrounding their… Expand
“We are the Green ones”: How news on climate change make ‘Us’ European
As research on European integration ever so often seems to point out, the European Union suffers from a democratic deficit. The challenge lies in the distance between lawmakers and citizens, between… Expand