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Scholars, doctoral students, freelancer journalists, and students in journalism and communication! We are now inviting you to contribute to NordMedia Network. Our featured articles can be essays, reportage, interviews or representations based on visual storytelling, written in English on a journalistic basis and published on the site.
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Notes From a Manuscript Editor: What You Should Know about Preparing Your Manuscript

Academic writing probably undergoes more rounds of writing and rewriting, review and revision than any other form of writing. This is what you should know about preparing a manuscript.

Call for Temporary Working Groups for NordMedia2021

NordMedia Conference 2021 is now less than a year away, and it is high time to suggest Temporary Working Groups (TWG’s). Even TWG´s at the conference in Malmö must apply anew. NordMedia2021 will be held in Reykjavík, Iceland, on August 18-20th 2021.

Open Access, but How Long? The Problem of Vanishing Journals

A newly published report suggests that thousands of open access articles have vanished during the decent decade. Among the journal titles that disappeared in 2000–2019, over the half were journals in social sciences and humanities.

How to Get Together Online: 9 Pieces of Practical Advice on Organizing a Webinar

Academic webinars – online live events – have become commonplace. Here are some practical details that you should take into account as an organizer, speaker and participant of a webinar.

The Enriching and Hilarious Fieldwork: Experiences from Researching Video Game Regulation Among Immigrant Parents in Norway

Data-collection can be enriching, stressful and hilarious at the same time. Carol Azungi Dralega recalls what it required to arrive at an abundant dataset from a focus group interview with diasporic digital migrant parents.

Public Debates and Parenting Paradoxes: Studying Digital Technologies in Early Years Education

National policies of pre-school education underline the potentials of digital technologies when it comes to both general education and digital literacy, but the public as well as professional debate on the issue is ambiguous and dispersed.

A Research Program for Humanists and Social Scientists to Study Challenges in the Nordic Societies

A group of Finnish and Swedish foundations will launch a joint research program in the humanities and social sciences with a special focus on the challenges of Nordic societies.

Need-based and Multi-dimensional: Media Education for Older People

People over 65 years of age are a highly important and interesting group from the perspective of media education research and practice. Päivi Rasi discusses how research can prevent possible exclusionary effects.

Upcoming Conferences

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Webinars from Reuters Institute

Dataharvest Digital 2020

News Impact Summit

Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries Conference

Cultural Relations and Crisis

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#Metoo Movement: Past, Present and What Next?

Action Research for Media Development: Intersections and Boundaries of Social Change, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship

Comparing Digital Journalisms Across Nations and Cultures

Geomedia Histories

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Have you discovered something in your research that would be interesting to share with other researchers? Are you reflecting upon something that has to do with academic discourses, methods, career paths, or the everyday of the scholarly life? Use NordMedia Network as a surface and tool for elaborating your thoughts! We welcome all contributions – not only scholarly essays in the news feed but also recommendations for upcoming events and ideas for new journalistically oriented articles. Contact us!
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About NordMedia Network

A Digital Platform for Nordic Media Research

NordMedia Network is a digital platform devoted to the research community that for the past four decades has grown out of the NordMedia Conference. We hope it will serve as a source for inspiration, information and interaction for those interested in media and communication research in or about the Nordic region. By bringing our community closer together, the platform will also make the expertise of Nordic media scholars more accessible in larger society. NordMedia Network is powered by Nordicom and funded with support from the Nordic Council of Ministers. Join us by creating your profile today!
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