Medierepertoire

Medierepertoire Ved “medierepertoire” forstås resultatet af den proces, hvorigennem mediebrugere “vælger mellem forskellige medieplatforme og indholdsleverandører mange gange i løbet af en dag og derigennem opbygger stabile mediebrugsmønstre bestående af regelmæssigt anvendte medieformer” (Wolf & Schnauber 2015: 3). Udviklingen af begrebet medierepertoire skyldes en stigende erkendelse af, at tværmedialitet er en nødvendig måde til at […]

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Forfatter Kim Schrøder
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Hasebrink & Hepp 2017, Swart, Peters & Broersma 2017; Schrøder 2016

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Schrøder, Kim Christian (2019). What do news readers really want to read about? – How relevance works for news audiences. Forskningsrapport, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, University of Oxford. [Tilgængelig på <https://reutersinstitute.politics.ox.ac.uk/our-research/what-do-news-readers-really-want-read-about-how-relevance-works-news-audiences>]

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