Bergen Media Use Research Group

News archive for Bergen Media Use Research Group

Postdoctoral fellow in the Bergen Media Use Group Katharina Wuropulos presents her research in a seminar on multicultural recruitment.
Bergen Media Use Research Group is looking forward to welcoming three international visiting professors in 2024; Joëlle Swart, Tim Kormelink and Anna Feigenbaum.
Professor Hallvard Moe is participating in a new project on trust in research led by the Institute for Social Research
PhD candidate Mehri Agai has been awarded a grant from Medietilsynet for her project on young people and their digital lives, ands two students have been awarded master thesis support.
As we enter the new year, we warmly welcome Erik Knudsen in his new position as Associate Professor at the Department of Information Science and Media Studies.
A varied group of media and democracy experts have signed on as scientific advisors in the Prepare project.
Bergen Media Use Research Group professor Brita Ytre-Arne will hold a keynote at the conference Emerging Directions in News Use Research.
Ph.d candidate Mehri Agai has spoken to El Paìs about how digital disconnection is more demanding for adolescents than adults.
Do we need feelgood media right now? Professor Hallvard Moe visited NRK P2 Arena to discuss news and media use during times of war and societal crisis.
New paper by Hallvard Moe, Torgeir Uberg Nærland and Brita Ytre-Arne discusses people’s news experiences before, during and after societal crisis situations.
As part of the NordMedia conference 2023 in Bergen, PREPARE organized a panel on the project's theoretical ambitions.
Young people struggle with permanent online connection that is associated with their generation. Ph.d fellow Mehri Agai has studied teenagers’ affective relationship to connectivity and disconnectivity, and how it is socioculturally influenced by the media, family, and peers.
Norsk Medietidskrift (NMT) has conferred the Research Paper of the Year award to ph.d fellow Marianne Borchgrevink-Brækhus.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic much research has been carried out on how the pandemic has affected society. Here you will find an overview of publications related to media use and the pandemic, by the scholars in Bergen Media Use Research Group.
In their latest article in the international top journal Journalism, John Magnus Ragnhildson Dahl and Brita Ytre-Arne explain the meaning of metrics in journalism during the COVID-19 pandemic, from an audience perspective.
Researcher Erik Knudsen publishes new article in Journal of Communication. Knudsen provides a new theoretical framework for studying news recommenders systems impact on selective exposure in the online news environment.
Phd-candidate Mehri Agai publishes an article on Digital disconnection and identity in the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication.
The 20th of February Professor Brita Ytre-Arne is releasing her latest book "Media Use in Digital Everyday Life".