Receptionsanalyse

Receptionsanalyse Receptionsanalysen er en empirisk tilgang inden for publikums- og mediebrugsforskningen, som har sit fokus på mediebrugernes betydningsdannelse i mødet med medieteknologier og medieindhold. Receptionsanalysen kombinerer analyser af specifikke medier og deres tekster med individuelle eller gruppeinterviews med brugere om deres oplevelse og forståelse af, holdning til og motivation for at anvende disse konkrete medier […]

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Forfatter Stine Lomborg
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Schrøder 2015, Carpentier, Schrøder & Hallett 2013

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