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Mathieu Jacomy

2016.12.01 | Knowledge exchange

CFI Lecture: Listen here

The previous CFI lecture by Mathieu Jacomy on networks in the study of web in sociology is now available as audio and slides.

Mathieu Jacomy

2016.10.15 | Events

CFI lecture: Networks in the study of web in sociology

On 23 November Mathieu Jacomy from the Sciences Po Paris médialab will give a lecture on networks in the study of web in sociology

Donald Matheson

2016.09.01 | Events

CFI-seminar: Listen here

Lectures given at the previous CFI-seminar are now available as audio and slides.

2016.08.01 | Events

News Across Media: Book seminar and reception

On Thursday September 1st CFI will host a seminar and a subsequent reception to celebrate the publication of the book "News Across Media – Production, Distribution and Consumption", Routledge 2016, edited by Jakob Linaa Jensen, Mette Mortensen and Jacob Ørmen.

News Across Media

2016.07.18 | Publication

New book: News Across Media

Jakob Linaa Jensen from CFI has, together with Mette Mortensen and Jacob Ørmen from Copenhagen University, edited the recently published anthology "News Across Media" on Routledge. The book discusses the changing realities of production, distribution and consumption of news in the social media era.

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Recent publications

  • Brügger, N. (2015): "A brief history of Facebook as a media text: The development of an empty structure”, First monday, 20(5)
  • Bødker, H. (2015): “Journalism as Cultures of Circulation”, Digital Journalism, 3 (1)
  • Dilling-Hansen, Lise (2015): "Affective Fan Experiences of Lady Gaga", in Transformative Works and Cultures (20).

  • Dilling-Hansen, Lise (2015): "A Strategic Romance?: On the Affective Relation between Lady Gaga and Her Little Monsters" in Online Communication’, i Concepts for the Study of Culture (5).

  • Dilling-Hansen, Lise (2015): "‘Everyone is so Cynical’: On Authenticity in the World of Gaga", in Credibility and the Incredible: Disassembling the Celebrity Figure (eds. Celia Lam, Jackie Raphael & Millicent Weber), Inter-Disciplinary Press, Oxford (udgives i december, 2015).

  • Dilling-Hansen, Lise (2015): "More Than a Text: On the Affective Relation between Lady Gaga and Her Fans", in Living in the Limelight: Dynamics of the Celebrity Experience (ed. Kylo-Patrick Hart), e-book, Inter-Disciplinary Press, Oxford

  • Finnemann, N.O. (2015): "Big Data: Et nyt humanvidenskabeligt forskningsfelt, revideret", Magasin fra Det Kongelige Bibliotek, Vol. 28, No. 1, 29.03.2015, p. 3-22. [Also available here]
  • Hasselbach Laventa, Gry and Rikke F. Jørgensen (2015): Youth, privacy and online media: Framing the right to privacy in public policy-making, in First Monday Vol. 20, no. 3, 2 March 2015.
  • Hougaard, Tina Thode (2015): "Bidrag til en karakteristik af virtuel identitetskonstruktion", P. Widell & S. Borchmann (ed.) Skandinaviske sprogstudier nr. 3, Statsbiblioteket, Aarhus.
  • Hougaard, Tina Thode (2015): "#hashtags #metakommunikerende #nøgleord", In Schoonderbeek Hansen & T.T. Hougaard (ed.) Møde Om Udforskning af Dansk Sprog, Aarhus Universitet.
  • Hougaard, T. T. (2015): ”Sproget til billederne i de sociale medier”. In M. Rathje & O. Ravnholt (red.) Skandinavisk korpusindsamling og forskning i sproget i de nye medier, Dansk Sprognævns konferenceserie 3, København. Dansk Sprognævn.
  • Tække, J. og Paulsen, M. (2015): Digital dannelse - Udfordringer, erfaringer og perspektiver fra Randers HF og VUC. København: Unge Pædagoger.
  • Tække, J. og Paulsen, M. (2015): "The Three Waves of the Internet - From closed to open classrooms - the evolution of educational communities within the digital medium environment". Paper for the NordMedia 2015 Conference: Media Presence - Mobile Modernities, University of Copenhagen 13 - 15 August. Division 5 Media Literacy and Media Education.
  • Tække, J. (2015): "Crisis Communication in a Systems- and Medium Theoretical Perspective". Paper to the conference: Conflicting Systems Observed with Social Systems Theory, International University Centre (IUC), Dubrovnik, Croatia, September 14th-18th 2015

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