2014.08.26 | Events
The seminar highlights and discuss the political use of social media based on experiences from a variety of countries.
2014.08.15 | Grants
CFI member Anja Bechmann has received funding from rethinkIMPACTS 2017 to develop new software supported methods to analyze impacts of cultural events across social media.
2014.08.13 | Awards
COST Action special issue/edited book on "Methods for Analyzing Social Media” co-edited by CFI member Jakob Linaa Jensen receives an award
2014.04.28 | Events
On 2 June CFI-visiting PhD fellow Federico Nanni will lecture about Primary Sources of the 21s Century: A case study of university websites.
2014.04.28 | People
Federico Nanni from University of Bologna will be visiting CFI through June 2014.
Jensen, Jakob L. (2016): “Nye medier og offentlighed” i Olesen, Thomas (red.): Medier, politik og samfund, Hans Reitzel, København, s. 265-284
Jensen, Jakob L., Hoff, Jens V. og Klastrup, Lisbeth (2016): Internettet og Folketingsvalget 2015, Danske Medier, København
Jensen, Jakob L. og Sørensen, Anne S. (2016): “Appearance, affect and appropriate participation on Facebook”, i Rask., bind 2016, nr. 43, s. 161-184
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