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Publikationer 2015

  • Peter Bro and Filip Wallberg (2015) “Digital “Gatekeeping”,” i The Future of Journalism: in an age of digital media and economic uncertainty, edited by Bob Franklin
  • Peter Bro, Kenneth Reinecke Hansen and Ralf Andersson (2015)  “Improving productivity in the newsroom ? Deskilling, reskilling and multiskilling in the news media,” i Journalism Practice.

  •  Bro, Peter og Filip Wallberg (2015) “Gatekeeping in a Digital Era: Principles, practices and technological platforms”, Journalism Practice 9 (1), pp. 92-105

  • Albæk, Erik, Van Dalen, Arjen, Pihl-Thingvad, Signe, Skovsgaard, Morten and De Vreese, Claes (2015). Den Danske journalist. Baggrund, værdier, arbejdsbetingelser [The Danish journalist. Background, values and working conditions]. Odense: Odense University Press.
  • De la Porte Caroline and Van Dalen, Arjen (2015). Europeanization of national public spheres? Cross-national media debates about the European Union's socio-economic strategy. European Politics and Society, DOI: 10.1080/23745118.2015.1091171
  • Kalogeropoulos, Antonis, Albæk, Erik, De Vreese, Clæs, and Van Dalen, Arjen (2015). The predictors of Economic Sophistication: Media, Interpersonal Communication and Negative Economic Experiences. European Journal of Communication, 30(4): 385-403.
  • Kalogeropoulos, Antonis, Mølgaard Svensson, Helle, Van Dalen, Arjen, De Vreese, Clæs and Albæk, Erik (2015). Are watchdogs doing their business? Media coverage of economic news. Journalism DOI: 10.1177/1464884914554167.
  • Skovsgaard, Morten and Van Dalen, Arjen (2015). Dodging the gatekeepers? Social media in the campaign mix during the 2011 Danish elections.In: Gunn Enli and Hallvard Moe (Eds.).Social Media and Election Campaigns. Routledge Special Issues as Books (SPIB) series. London: Routledge, pp. 99-119.
  •  Van Dalen, Arjen (2015).Book review: The News Gap: When the Information Preferences of the Media and the Public Diverge/Political Communication in Europe: The Cultural and Structural Limits of the European Public Sphere. Perspectives on Politics, 13(1): 221-23.
  • Van Dalen, Arjen, De Vreese, Clæs, and Albæk, Erik (2015). Economic news through the magnifying glass. Journalism Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1461670X.2015.1089183 

  • Van Dalen, Arjen, Fazekas, Zoltán, Klemmensen, Robert and Møller Hansen, Kasper (2015). Policy considerations on Facebook: Agendas, coherence and communication patterns in the 2011 Danish parliamentary elections. Journal of Information Technology and Politics, 12(3): 303-324.

  • Kammer, A. (2015). Post-Industrial Cultural Criticism: The everyday amateur expert and the online public sphere. Journalism Practice. Published online first on July 15, 2015
          

  • Kammer, A., M. Boeck, J.V. Hansen, and L.J.H. Hauschildt (2015). The free-to-fee transition: audiences’ attitudes to paying for online news. Journal of Media Business Studies, 12(2), 107-120.

  • Hjarvard, S. and A. Kammer (2015). Online News: Between Private Enterprise and Public Subsidy. Media, Culture & Society, 37(1), 115-123.

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