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Vitenskapelig publikasjon
(side 4-24)
av Olav Anders Øvrebø og Hallvard Moe
Abstract The world wide web conveys prospects for a diverse public sphere in which many people can participate. Analysing experiences from an «online public hearing» and web debate about the ...
Engelsk sammendrag

The world wide web conveys prospects for a diverse public sphere in which many people can participate. Analysing experiences from an «online public hearing» and web debate about the future of the public service broadcaster NRK, the authors discuss how web genres and web media are changing the public sphere, the obstacles we face, and how the democratizing potential of the web can be met.

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Vitenskapelig publikasjon
(side 26-45)
av Michael Paulsen og Jesper Tække
A combination of educational research, sociological theory and media theory is used to discuss the formation of new social norms in the wake of the introduction of wireless networks in ...
Engelsk sammendrag

A combination of educational research, sociological theory and media theory is used to discuss the formation of new social norms in the wake of the introduction of wireless networks in Danish upper secondary schools. On the basis of a minor study of students’ and teachers’ experiences with wireless networks, a picture of a mutually ambivalent social interaction concerning standards for the use of new media is outlined. The article discusses whether, in the near feature, this situation is likely to be replaced by new and firm standards that could be compatible with the environment the new media bring.

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Vitenskapelig publikasjon
(side 46-66)
av Wenche Nag
The article investigates the value of music among users and how music is used in social interaction. It elaborates on four modes of music discovery: (i) self-initiated discovery, (ii ...
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The article investigates the value of music among users and how music is used in social interaction. It elaborates on four modes of music discovery: (i) self-initiated discovery, (ii) social circle discovery, (iii) discovery at music arenas, and (iv) random discovery. These modes are discussed in the perspective of large-scale and small-scale sharing and the article ends with a discussion on future business models for music. Based on empirical findings from a research project carried out by Telenor Research & Innovation (R&I) among Norwegian music users in 2008, the study revealed that music has high emotional and social value and low economic value. The user practices and mindsets elaborated in the article can serve as guiding principles for industry actors venturing into the digital realm.

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(side 67-76)
av Trine Syvertsen
Debatt
Open access
(side 77-83)
av Vilde Schanke Sundet og Yngvar Kjus
Intervju
Open access
(side 93-100)
av Per Anders Todal
Den første norske pressehistoria er klar til utgjeving, nesten 100 år etter det f-ørste forsøket på å skrive ho.
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Open access
(side 101-103)
av Mats Ekström
Oslo: Institutt for medier og kommunikasjon 2009
Open access
(side 103-106)
av Leif Ove Larsen
Trondheim: Institutt for kunst- og medievitenskap, NTNU 2009
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(side 106-108)
av Astrid Söderbergh Widding
Oslo: Institutt for medier og kommunikasjon 2009
Open access
(side 108-112)
av Peter Larsen
Oslo: Pax, 2009
Open access
(side 112-115)
av Barbara Gentikow
Oversatt og med etterord av Knut Ove Eliassen. I serien Cappelens upopulære skrifter. Oslo: Cappelen Akademisk Forlag 2009
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