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Academic article
  • 2019. The Meaning of Links. On the interpretation of hyperlinks in the study of polarization in blogging about climate change. Nordicom Review. 65-78.
  • 2019. A Dynamic Perspective on Publics and Counterpublics: The Role of the Blogosphere in Pushing the Issue of Climate Change During the 2016 US Presidential Campaign. Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture. 1-13.
  • 2017. Polarization in blogging about the paris meeting on climate change. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). 178-200.
  • 2017. On fairness: user perspectives on social media data mining. Convergence. The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. 270-288.
  • 2016. Bloggers’ responses to the Snowden affair: combining automated and manual methods in the analysis of news blogging. Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW). 167-191.
  • 2015. Structure and content of the discourse on climate change in the blogosphere: The big picture. Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture. 169-188.
  • 2014. The concept of a routine in Segerberg’s philosophy of action. Outstanding Contributions to Logic. 17 pages.
  • 2013. Ungdoms forhold til nyheter. En studie basert på mediadagbok. Nordicom Information.
  • 2013. Compact trie clustering for overlap detection in news. NIKT: Norsk IKT-konferanse for forskning og utdanning.
  • 2008. Search engines and the public use of reason. Ethics and Information Technology. 233-242.
  • 2006. Normative structures in trust management. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS).
Report
  • 2010. NRKs nyhetstilbud på Internett i 2009. .
Lecture
  • 2016. Topically-focused Blog Corpora for Multiple Languages.
  • 2015. Traitor, whistleblower or hero? Moral evaluations of the Snowden-affair in the blogosphere.
  • 2015. Representations of the future in "accepting" and "sceptical" climate change blogs.
  • 2014. Identifying and Analyzing Moral Evaluation Frames in Climate Change Blog Discourse.
  • 2012. Networks of texts and people.
Popular scientific lecture
  • 2006. Nettverksbasert offentlighet.
  • 2005. Tillit, personvern og risiko - etiske spørsmål.
  • 2005. Personvern versus ytringsfrihet. Et filosofisk perspektiv.
  • 2005. Hellerprosjektet: metadata, emenkart og klassifisering av bilder.
Academic lecture
  • 2018. A not so ideal speech situation: Reconstructing the hoax discourse surrounding climate change in the blogosphere.
  • 2018. A dynamic perspective on publics and counterpublics: The role of the blogosphere in pushing the issue of climate change during the 2016 US presidential campaign.
  • 2012. Who are the Experts? Audiences’ perception of climate change and the framing of expertise in print and online media.
  • 2012. Visualizing Information Diffusion and Polarization with Key Statements.
  • 2012. The question of anonymity in debates in online newspapers.
  • 2012. Anonymitet og kvalitet i nettdebatten.
  • 2011. Ungdoms forhold til nyheter – en studie basert på mediedagbok.
  • 2007. The role of context in the interpretation of images.
  • 2007. Search engines and the problem of transparency.
  • 2007. Search engines and the maxim of self preservation of reason.
  • 2006. Normative structures in trust management.
  • 2006. Models of search behavior and the problem of search engines as gatekeepers to the web.
  • 2006. Generating trust on the internet - the problem of self-defeating strategies.
  • 2006. Deliberativ teknologi?
  • 2005. P3P and the new market for personal information: an ethical evaluation.
  • 2005. Modellering og håndtering av tillit.
Book review
  • 2008. Anmeldelse av Heidi Mork Lomell: Selektive overblikk. En studie av videoovervåkingspraksis. Tidsskrift for samfunnsforskning. 465-468.
Academic anthology/Conference proceedings
  • 2017. Polarization in Blogging About the Paris Meeting on Climate Change. Springer Publishing Company.
  • 2014. Klima, medier og politikk. Abstrakt forlag.
  • 2012. Deontic Logic in Computer Science: 11th International Conference, DEON 2012, Bergen, Norway, July 16-18, 2012, Proceedings. Springer.
  • 2009. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Social Informatics SOCINFO 2009. IEEE.
  • 2005. Deliberative Technology? NTNU.
Doctoral dissertation
  • 2019. Automated analysis of Norwegian text.
  • 2018. Climate Change Journalism in Bangladesh. Professional Norms and Attention in Newspaper Coverage of Climate Change.
  • 2017. Politicization of grievable lives on the Iranian Facebook pages. Case study of three Iranian Facebook pages.
  • 2017. Automatically Inducing Information Structures. A Text Mining Approach Based on the Distributional Hypothesis.
Interview
  • 2012. Intervju om studie av nettdebatt.
Academic chapter/article/Conference paper
  • 2015. Consent and information - ethical considerations when conducting research on social media. 21 pages.
  • 2014. Norske paradokser. 15 pages.
  • 2014. Fra klimaskepsis til energipolitikk. Klimablogging på norsk. 15 pages.
  • 2008. Lik tilgang for alle? 14 pages.
  • 2008. Information Technology Research Ethics. 21 pages.
  • 2007. Why Trust is not Proportional to Risk. 8 pages.
  • 2007. Specifying Policies Using UML Sequence Diagrams - An Evaluation Based on a Case Study. 10 pages.
  • 2007. Deliberativ teknologi? 19 pages.
Poster
  • 2007. The Role of Context in Image Interpretation.
Internet exhibition
  • 2011. Glass på Bryggen i Bergen 1300-1700.
  • 2006. Det vestnorske hellerprosjektet.
  • 2005. Det vestnorske hellerprosjektet.
Article in business/trade/industry journal
  • 2019. A Dynamic Perspective on Publics and Counterpublics: The Role of the Blogosphere in Pushing the Issue of Climate Change During the 2016 US Presidential Campaign. Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture.
Chapter
  • 2016. Anonymity and Tendentiousness in Online Newspaper Debates. 141-161. In:
    • 2016. The Journalistic Institution Re-examined. Digital Challenges and Professional Reorientations. University of Chicago Press.

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