Meet the researchers
From left to right, on the first line: Troels Fibæk Bertel, Susana Tosca, Josephine Lehaff, Julie Vulpius. From left to right, on the back: Sander Schwartz, Chris Peters, David Mathieu, Fabian Holt, Kim Schrøder, Morten Fischer Sivertsen, Niklas Chimirri, Leif Hemming Pedersen.
Facebook comments challenge the Danish Parliament
Comments and interactions on social media platforms contain invaluable data that politicians can use to investigate the masses and find out what the voters think. However, they are actually not as easy to decipher as one might think. A researcher from Roskilde University is trying to make heads and tails of it.
When Game of Thrones becomes a common language to talk about serious issues
In a changed media landscape, pop culture references become a common language - one that is moving beyond the fictional entertainment universes and gets used as a framework to talk about everyday life or serious subjects, shows the research of Associate Professor Susana Tosca.
There is potential in digital testimonies - but how great is it?
The intention behind citizen-driven election monitoring is to contribute to transparency and a peaceful democracy, but as an approach, it has some barriers. This is revealed by the research of Roskilde University Associate Professor Norbert Wildermuth.
- Peters, C., 9 Sep 2020, In : Journalism Studies. 21, 12, p. 1662-1680
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article › Research › peer-review
- Bengtsson, M., 2020, Politisk kommunikation i humanistisk perspektiv. Møller Nielsen, N. & Pedersen, K. (eds.). København: Djøf Forlag, p. 151-174
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Book chapter › Research › peer-review
Caringly crafting knowledge together with children on the relevance of digital technology in daycare institutions
Niklas Alexander Chimirri (Speaker)17 Sep 2020
Activity: Talk or presentation › Lecture and oral contribution
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Base at Roskilde University
The research groups is a part of Department of Communication and Arts
PhD School: Doctoral School of Communication and Arts
Facilities: Digital Media Lab
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