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av Knut Fosli
The media's influence on justice policy. A review of formal communication between Members of Parliament and the Minister of Justice and Public Security. Parliamentary Questions are an important means ...
Engelsk sammendrag

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The media's influence on justice policy. A review of formal communication between Members of Parliament and the Minister of Justice and Public Security.

Parliamentary Questions are an important means by which Members of Parliament ensure the accountability of Government to Parliament for its policies and actions and, through Parliament, to the people. In examining the extent to which the media have any influence on Parliamentary Questions, this study shows that they do indeed influence questions put to a minister, while the minister's replies are only to a limited extent influenced by the information that Members of Parliament extract from the media.

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Vitenskapelig publikasjon
av Brita Ytre-Arne
Motherhood forums as arenas for political debate - An analysis of online discussions about the welfare state. This article analyses online debate in a popular Norwegian discussion forum for mothers, a ...
Engelsk sammendrag

Motherhood forums as arenas for political debate – An analysis of online discussions about the welfare state.

This article analyses online debate in a popular Norwegian discussion forum for mothers, a forum in which participants discuss a wide range of topics that includes news and politics. A quantitative and qualitative textual analysis is given of forum discussions on welfare services and welfare politics, and how these are understood in relation to the Norwegian welfare state. Findings are contextualized in light of a theoretical perspective drawing on public sphere theory and the concept cultural citizenship.

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Vitenskapelig publikasjon
av Ivar John Erdal
A comparison of crossmedia news journalism at the NRK with similar European public service broadcasters. Digitisation of news production has laid the ground for increased cooperation and integration across media ...
Engelsk sammendrag

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A comparison of crossmedia news journalism at the NRK with similar European public service broadcasters.

Digitisation of news production has laid the ground for increased cooperation and integration across media platforms in broadcasting organisations, but it has proved difficult to establish satisfying work routines for cross-media journalism. Over the past few years, the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (NRK) has taken specific action to implement new technology and to make both organisational changes and changes in the physical surroundings as part of an over-arching strategy of making its news journalism more platform-independent. Comparing developments within the NRK to convergence processes in a selection of five similar European public service broadcasters (as analysed in Larrond et al., 2015), the article is a status report of convergence developments in news journalism at the NRK, with specific attention given to the establishing of a centralised news desk for coordinating and publishing news across media platforms.

Norsk medietidsskrift
1-2015, årgang 22

Norsk medietidsskrift er et fagfellevurdert vitenskapelig tidsskrift som publiserer artikler fra norsk, nordisk og internasjonal medieforskning.

Medievitenskap er utpreget tverrfaglig. Norsk medietidsskrift dyrker bredden fra humaniora til samfunnsvitenskap og fra filmanalyse til journalistikkforskning. Tidsskriftet publiserer teoretiske artikler med lite empiri, og empiriske artikler med lite teori, samt debattstoff, intervjuer, anmeldelser av doktorgrader og bokanmeldelser.

Norsk medietidsskrift henvender seg til forskere, men også til studenter, medielærere, journalister og andre innen medieproduksjon.

Tidsskriftet har fire utgaver i året, og publiserer hovedsakelig på norsk, men også svensk, dansk og engelsk.

Redaksjon

Steen Steensen (ansvarlig redaktør)
Henrik G. Bastiansen (ansvarlig bokmeldinger)
Terje Colbjørnsen (redaksjonssekretær)
Jon Raundalen
Ingunn Hagen
Nina Kvalheim (permisjon)
Vilde Schanke Sundet
Helle Sjøvaag

Redaksjonsråd

Trine Syvertsen
Terje Rasmussen
Gunnar Sivertsen
Helge Øgrim
Gisle Hannemyr
Jill Walker Rettberg
Martin Engebretsen
Anne Gjelsvik

Design og sats: Laboremus Sandefjord AS
Design omslag: KORD AS
ISSN online: 0805-9535

Norsk medietidsskrift eies av Norsk medieforskerlag (NML) og utgis av Universitetsforlaget.

Tidskriftet støttes av Norges forskningsråd og Rådet for anvendt medieforskning.

© Universitetsforlaget 2015
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