Norsk medietidsskrift (Norwegian media journal) is a peer-reviewed journal in media studies with interdisciplinary breadth. It publishes articles mainly in Norwegian, but also selected works in Swedish, Danish, and English.
Aims and scope: “The journal publishes theoretical articles with little empirical material, and empirical articles with little theory, as well as debate articles, interviews, reviews of doctoral theses, and book reviews. Media studies is seen as interdisciplinary, from the humanities to social sciences and from film analysis to journalism studies.
Frequency: 4 issues per year
Peer reviewed: yes, double-blind review
Open access: yes
Languages: Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, English
Genres: research article, debate article, interview, doctoral thesis review, book review
Length of research articles: 6,000–8,000 words
Reference style: APA style
Book reviews: yes
Publisher: the journal is owned by Norsk medieforskerlag and published by Universitetsforlaget with funding from the Research Council of Norway and Rådet for anvendt medieforskning
Venue of publication: Oslo
Publication level: 1 in Norway, 1 in Denmark
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