The Americanization of Danish Journalism
This article provides two examples of the Americanization of Danish journalism through an examination of Danish journalists’ adaptation of New Journalism and investigative journalism as seen through the pages of the Danish Union of Journalists’ periodical Journalisten. The article answers Daniel Hallin and Paolo Mancini’s call for more “concrete” studies of the Americanization process. The study demonstrates how news media in the United States, in the two examples provided, have served as an important source of methodological inspiration for Danish journalists from the late 1960s forward.
Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom
Nordicom Review, 35 (1), p. 17-31
Rasmussen, Anders Bo
article, peer reviewed scientific
MetadataShow full item record
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
A possibility, a threat, a denial? How news robots affect journalists’ work practices and professional identity Tuulonen, Hanna (2021-04-08)The aim of the thesis is to gather an understanding on how news robots have influenced and will influence journalists’ work. This thesis also seeks to explain how journalists’ attitudes towards news robots have changed ...
Journalistiska arbetsmetoder - legitima eller kontroversiella? En kvalitativ studie av hur undersökande journalister förhåller sig till journalistiska metodval i förhållande till etiska riktlinjer Emnell, Julia; Simonsson, Julia (2020-02-13)Purpose: The main purpose of the study is to examine how investigative journalists motivate and legitimize their method choices in relation to professional ethical rules. The study has a qualitative approach and central ...
The Nordic Journalists of Tomorrow. An Exploration of First Year Journalism Students in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden Hovden, Jan Fredrik; Bjørnsen, Gunn; Ottosen, Rune; Willig, Ida; Zilliakus-Tikkanen, Henrika (Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom, 2009-05)The present article summarizes the findings of a survey among first-year journalism students in Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Norway. The survey covers a wide array of subjects including social recruitment, motivation for ...