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
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- Habibi, Z. (2020). Book, craft and vintage suitcase : everyday media practice in creative collectives. Continuum : Journal of Media & Cultural Studies, 34, 117-132. Routledge.
- Hammarlin, M.-M. (2019). Media scandals, rumour and gossip : A study with an ear close to the ground. International Journal of Cultural Studies. SAGE Publications.
- Hill, A., Askanius, T. & Kondo, K. (2019). Live Reality Television : Care structures within the production and reception of talent shows. Critical Studies in Television, 14, 7-21. SAGE Publications.
- Hill, A., Askanius, T., Kondo, K. & Urueta, J. L. (2019). Provocative Engagement: documentary audiences and performances in The Act of Killing and the Look of Silence. International Journal of Cultural Studies, 22, 662-677. SAGE Publications.
- Jönsson, E., Linné, T. & McCrow Young, A. (2019). Many Meats and Many Milks? The Ontological Politics of a Proposed Post-animal Revolution. Science as Culture, 28, 70-97. Taylor & Francis.
- Martínez, C. & Olsson, T. (2019). Making sense of YouTubers : how Swedish children construct and negotiate the YouTuber Misslisibell as a girl celebrity. Journal of Children and Media, 13, 36-52. Routledge.
- Olsson, T., Samuelsson, U. & Viscovi, D. (2019). At risk of exclusion? Degrees of ICT access and literacy among senior citizens. Information Communication and Society, 22, 55-72. Taylor & Francis.
- Dahlgren, P. (2018). Media, Knowledge and Trust : The Deepening Epistemic Crisis of Democracy. Javnost, 25, 20-27. European Inst Communication Culture.
- Doona, J. (2018). Political comedy engagement: Identity and community construction. European Journal of Cultural Studies. SAGE Publications.
- Gambert, I. & Linné, T. (2018). From Rice Eaters to Soy Boys : Race, Gender, and Tropes of ‘Plant Food Masculinity’. Animal Studies Journal, 7, 129-179. Australasian Animal Studies Association..
- Jovanović, S. M. (2018). “I Refuse to Sink” : Narratives of the Dispossessed Within Refugee Stories on the Balkan Route. Cultural Studies - Critical Methodologies, 18, 251-258. SAGE Publications.
- Jovanović, S. M. (2018). Assertive discourse and folk linguistics : Serbian nationalist discourse about the cyrillic script in the 21st century. Language Policy, 17, 611-631. Springer.
- Linné, T. & Sellerberg, A. M. (2018). The forest as a taskscape: seeing through the good forest owner’s eyes. Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research, 33, 91-97. Taylor & Francis.
- Askanius, T. (2017). Engaging with The Bridge : cultural citizenship, cross-border identities and audiences as ‘regionauts’. European Journal of Cultural Studies, Online First, 1-1. SAGE Publications.
- Dahlgren, P. (2017). The humanities as allies : Media studies and the web. Estudos em Comunicacao, 19-34. Universidade da Beira Interior.
- Habibi, Z. (2017). Participatory as everyday life: from creativity-based initiative to the production of networked space in Southeast Asian cities. Asian Journal of Media and Communication, 1, 123-136.
- Hill, A. (2017). Reality TV Engagement: Producer and Audience Relations for Reality Talent Shows. Media Industries, 4, 1-17. Michigan State University Press.
- Hill, A. & Steemers, J. (2017). Special Section: Media Industries and Engagement: Introduction. Media Industries, 4, 1-5. Michigan State University Press.
- Hill, A., Steemers, J., Roscoe, J., Donovan, J. & Wood, D. (2017). Media Industries and Engagement: A Dialogue across Industry and Academia. Media Industries, 4, 1-12. Michigan State University Press.
- Linné, T. & Pedersen, H. (2017). Med omsorg om kor och kärlek till mjölk. Fronesis. Tidsföreningen Fronesis.
- Alvares, C. & Dahlgren, P. (2016). Populism, extremism and media : Mapping an uncertain terrain. European Journal of Communication, 31, 46-57. SAGE Publications.
- Habibi, Z. (2016). Spotify dan tantangan kajian media digital. Remotivi.
- Hill, A. (2016). Push-Pull Dynamics : Producer and Audience Practices for Television Drama Format the Bridge. Television and New Media, 17, 754-768. SAGE Publications.
- Linné, T. (2016). Cows on Facebook and Instagram : Interspecies Intimacy in the Social Media Spaces of the Swedish Dairy Industry. Television and New Media, 17, 719-733. SAGE Publications.
- Martinez, C. (2016). 'They are totally unfiltered' : Constructions of the child audience among Swedish advertising producers. Television & New Media, 17, 612-628. SAGE Publications.