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Changing Media Preferences? Comparing the Perceived Importance of Television, Newspapers and the Internet in Finland, 1999-2009
(Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom, 2013-11)
As the Internet provides extensive sources of information and entertainment platforms, traditional forms of media have come under scrutiny ever since the early days of the information and communication technologies (ICTs). ...
The Centrality of Culture in the 20 th Century Estonian Press A Longitudinal Study in Comparison with Finland and Russia
(Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom, 2012-12)
The present article highlights the importance of the comparative longitudinal study of mass- mediated content in comparing the evolution of public spheres in neighbouring countries. In order to contextualize our research ...
Challenges in Covering Innovation Topics. Experiences of Journalists in the US, Japan and Finland
(Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom, 2011-11)
Journalists face plenty of challenges when covering innovation topics. Because innovation stories combine elements from several traditional beats, they are often left “homeless” in the media. The general lack of resources ...
Analyzing Presidential Debates Functional Theory and Finnish Political Communication Culture
(Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom, 2011-06)
One of the most used theories in the research of political debates is the functional theory of campaign discourse. However, the theory has been criticized for being too culturally limited. In the present article, a Finnish ...
The gender divisions and hierarchies of the Finnish news organisations
(Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom, 2015-05)
The article gives an overview on gender and the news media in Finland. The main source of the article is the Global Report on the Status of Women in the News Media which is based on a global study in 59 countries. The ...