Bergen Media Use Research Group

Collage av mediebruk: Smarttelefon, kinopublikum, tv-titting og dataspilling

Bergen Media Use Research Group is part of the Department of Information Science and Media Studies. The group researches how people use media - as audiences, users and citizens, and how they relate to each other and to society through media.

Front page of Political Studies

Moe & Holst with article on deliberative systems theory

The article reviews studies of online democracy in Norway and argues for a more nuanced theory.

New project
Ung gutt spiller dataspill

New research project on what it means to be a gamer

Researching young men, gaming and identity

Research fellow Mehri S. Agai

New research fellow

Will study youth and digital detox.

Bergen Summer Research School
Bergen Summer Research School

PhD course: Media use, social inequalities and citizenship

Hallvard Moe, Jan Fredrik Hovden and Kim Schrøder welcome PhD candidates to explore key challenges within media and democracy in Bergen from 8-18 June 2020.