Publikumsforskning

Publikumsforskning Publikum, af latin publicus: “offentlig”. Ordet betegnede efter år 1500 en forsamling ved en begivenhed, som fx henrettelser. Fra 1700-tallet og frem også brugt om tilskuere i teateret. I det 20. århundrede bredte betydningen sig til de elektroniske mediers lyttere og seere, og inden for forskningen også til læsere af trykte massemedier. “Publikum” har […]

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Forfatter Pertti Alasuutari
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Bilandzic. Patriarche & Traudt 2012

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