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2014.12.08 | Publication

New publication about Facebook in the CFI monograph series

Jakob Linaa Jensen and Anne Scott Sørensen has written a new publication in the CFI monograph series entitled "Publicized modes of appearance and appropriate participation on Facebook".

Maja Sonne Damkjær

2014.10.30 | People

New member: Maja Sonne Damkjær

Maja Sonne Damkjær, PhD student from Department of Aesthetics and Communication, Aarhus University, is now a member of CFI.

Lea Muldtofte

2014.10.24 | People

New member: Lea Muldtofte

PhD student Lea Muldtofte from Department of Aesthetics and Communication, Aarhus University, is now a member of CFI.

2014.10.02 | People

New member: Tina Thode Hougaard

Assistant professor Tina Thode Hougaard from Department of Aesthetics and Communication, Aarhus University is now a member of CFI.

2014.08.26 | Events

CFI seminar: Social media and political engagement

The seminar highlights and discuss the political use of social media based on experiences from a variety of countries.

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Recent publications

  • Jensen, J. L., & Sørensen, A. S. (2014). Publicized modes of appearance and appropriate participation on Facebook. Aarhus: Center for Internetforskning, Aarhus Universitet.
  • Jensen, J. L., & Sørensen, A. S. (2014). Analyzing Online Social Networks from A User Perspective: A quantitative-Qualitative Framework. In G. Patriarche, H. Bilandzic, & J. L. Jensen (eds.), Audience Research Methodologies: Between Innovation and Consolidation. (p. 144-59). Kapitel 8.New York: Routledge. (Routledge Studies in European Communication Research and Education).
  • Patriarche, G., Bilandzic, H., & Jensen, J. L. (eds.) (2014). Audience Research Methodologies: Between Innovation and Consolidation. In G. Patriarche, H. Bilandzic, J. L. Jensen, & J. Jurisic (red.), Audience Research Methodologies. New York: Routledge.
  • Jensen, J. L. (2014). Online deliberation and beyond? A time-based and comparative study of Danish political debates online. MedieKultur, 56, pp. 23-43
  • Lomborg, S. (2014), Social media - social genres: Making sense of the ordinary. Routledge,Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Agerdal-Hjermind, A. (2014): Organizational Blogging: A Case Study of a Corporate Weblog from an Employees' PerspectiveCorporate Communications: An International Journal, 19 (1), pp.34 - 51.
  • Ess, C. (2013) Digital Media Ethics, 2nd edition.  Oxford: Polity Press.
  • Ess, C. and Fossheim, H. (2013). Personal Data: Changing Selves, Changing Privacy Expectations. Mireille Hildebrandt, Kieron O'Hara, Michael Waidner (eds.), Digital Enlightenment Forum Yearbook 2013:The Value of Personal Data, 40-55. Amsterdam: IOS Amsterdam.
  • Ess, C. and Dutton, W. (2013). Internet Studies: Perspectives on a rapidly developing fieldNew Media & Society 15(5): 633–643. doi: 10.1177/1461444812462845
  • Markham, A. (2013). Fieldwork in social media: What would Malinowski do? Journal of Qualitative Communication Research, 2(4) 434-446. DOI: 10.1525/qcr.2013.2.4.434.
  • Markham, A. (2013). Undermining ‘data’: A critical examination of a core term in scientific inquiry. First Monday, 18(10). Available at: doi:10.5210/fm.v18i10.4868. Markham, A. N. (2013).
  • Tække, J & Paulsen, M. (2013). Sociale medier i gymnasiet - mellem forbud og ligegyldighed. København: Forlaget Unge Pædagoger.
  • Tække, J. & Jensen J. L., (2013). Facebook - fra socialt netværk til metamedie. København: Samfundslitteratur.
  • Bredl, K., Hünniger, J & Linaa Jensen, J. (eds.) (2013): Methods for Analyzing Social Media. Routledge.
  • Jørgensen, R. F. (2013): Framing the Net – the Internet and Human Rights. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Brügger, N. (2013): "Web historiography and Internet Studies: Challenges and perspectives", New Media & Society, 15(5), 752-764.
  • Brügger, N. (2013): "Historical Network Analysis of the Web", Social Science Computer Review, 31(3), 306-321.
  • Brügger, N. & Finnemann, N.O. (2013): "The Web and Digital Humanities: Theoretical and Methodological Concerns", Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 57(1), 66-80. 
  • Lomborg, S. (2013): ”Personal internet archives and ethics”, Research Ethics, 2013, 9 (1), pp. 20-31.
  • Tække, J. & Paulsen, M. (2013). "Social Media and the Hybridization of Education", Cybernetics & Human Knowing, 2013, 20 (1-2), pp. 141-158.
  • Valentini, C, Agerholm Andersen, A. & Agerdal-Hjermind, A. (2013): Co-creating Organizational Changes in Social Media - A Theoretical Framework. Conference preceedings, 16th annual International Public Relations Research Conference.

The Centre for Internet Studies (CFI) was established in 2000 in order to promote research into the social and cultural functions and implications of the internet. CFI serves as a meeting place and forum for local and international internet researchers within the humanities and social sciences. We organise internal and external research seminars and conferences. We are engaged in a number of research projects and collaborations with other research institutions, and we endow PhD projects within the field of internet research. Read more

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