We regularly publish our research with international publishers such as Routledge, Sage, Polity, and Cambridge University Press. During 2014-2018 we have published over 100 peer reviewed outputs, which included 5 books (3 single authored research monographs), 10 edited collections (books and special issues of journals), 3 doctoral theses, 8 reports, 69 book chapters (national/international collections), and 30 peer reviewed journal articles, e.g. European Journal of Communication, International Journal of Cultural Studies, Javnost, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, New Media and Society. We place a premium on research monographs, edited collections, book chapters in anthologies, and journal articles. We value single authored and co-authored works that make theoretical and empirical contributions in the field, connecting with the LU Strategy of promoting high quality research.
- 2014: 4 peer reviewed journal articles, 1 edited collection Reclaiming the Public Sphere (Askanius, Macmillan), and 1 textbook Kvinnor och Män i Offentlighetens ljus (Jarlbro and Hammarlin, Studentlitteratur);
- 2015: 7 peer reviewed journal articles, 2 single authored research monographs, including Reality TV (Hill, Routledge), 1 edited collection;
- 2016: 7 peer reviewed journal articles, 2 doctoral theses (Doona, monograph; Holmberg, compilation), 1 anthology, 1 edited collection;
- 2017: 6 peer reviewed journal articles, 1 doctoral thesis (Martinez, compilation), 2 edited collections, including MKV textbook Sociala medier – vetenskapliga perspektiv (ed. Olsson, Gleerups);
- 2018: 6 peer reviewed journal articles, 1 single authored book monograph Media Experiences (Hill, Routledge), 1 edited collection, and 16 book chapters;
- 2019-20: over 10 journal articles/book chapters in international journals and edited collections, 1 book monograph Exposed: Living with Scandal Rumour and Gossip (Hammarlin, Manchester University Press), and 3 special journal issues on themes of Fear (European Journal of Cultural Studies), Transgression (International Journal of Cultural Studies), and Media Freedom (Javnost).
Complete List of Publications
Conference contributions (page 1 of 5)
- Stjernholm, E. (2021). GDR Cinema on Swedish Television: Institutional Entanglements and the Reception of East-German Narratives.
- Stjernholm, E. (2020). Distant Viewing the Audiovisual Communication of Swedish Government Agencies.
- Andersson, M. (2019). For dwelling and for governance : the mobile phone in mobile work.
- Andersson, M., Järpvall, C. & Nilsson, C. (2019). Between ideals and domestic practices: the micro-geographies and media technologies of home management : A Swedish case study.
- Doona, J. & Bruhn, T. (2019). “Do you realize what you have done @svtnyheter – public service?” The SKOLKO scandal as media mixing.
- Doona, J. & Bruhn, T. (2019). “No fun with a political public service” The SKOLKO controversy and public service satire.
- Habibi, Z. (2019). “Our community is not commodity” : A visual storytelling of subtle resistance in creative cities.
- Habibi, Z. (2019). The Voice from the Edge : A Digital Ethnography on Experiencing Identity Articulation within Creative Collectives in Indonesia and Malaysia.
- Sandberg, H. (2019). Symposium - A day in the digital lives of children aged 0-3 : The tablet and tv.
- Stjernholm, E. (2019). Digital Humanities Approaches to the Audiovisual Communication of Swedish Government Agencies.
- Stjernholm, E. (2019). Ett filmbolag i samhällets tjänst? Svensk Filmindustri och skolfilmens flytande gränser.
- Stjernholm, E. & Norén, F. (2019). Propaganda and Information as Naive Benevolence : Lessons from Post-War Sweden.
- Andersson, M. (2018). From Workplace to Workspace : Mobile Media and Transitions of Working Life.
- Doona, J. (2018). Caution, idealism and cynicism - young adult news satire engagement.
- Doona, J. (2018). The cultural citizenship values of political comedy engagement.
- Doona, J. (2018). Uneasy citizens : constructions of political cynicism among young satire audiences.
- Duru, D. (2018). Convivial Solidarity for refugees: a case study of Danish civil society.
- Gillen, J., Sjöberg, U. & Sandberg, H. (2018). Studying portable media in young children's lives: methodological and ethical challenges.
- Habibi, Z. (2018). Juxtaposed narrative : The dilemma of cultural memory on display in George Town’s street art.
- Habibi, Z. (2018). Reshaping Organic Space by Creative Collective in George Town, Malaysia.
- Hammarlin, M.-M. & Jönsson, L.-E. (2018). Migrating slandering : Tracking Royal Sex Scandals (1880–2010).
- Sandberg, H. & Jorge, A. (2018). Waking up and going to bed with the digital media: The role of mobile media in structuring space and time.
- Sandberg, H., Sjöberg, U. & Sundin, E. (2018). A Day in the Digital Lives of 0-3 Year Olds : the Swedish Study.
- Sandberg, H., Sjöberg, U. & Sundin, E. (2018). A Day in the Digital Lives of 0-3 Year Olds – a Swedish report of two families and everyday life with digital media technology.
- Stjernholm, E. (2018). Stigmatized, Marginalized, Celebrated : Tracing the Biography of Gösta Werner.