Swedish right-wingers online during the initial phases of the corona virus

Yours truly presenting online

At the end of may, in the middle of the virus craziness, I had the opportunity to take part of an online seminar on anti-democratic and extremist responses to Covid19 – mobilisations in and around Sweden organised by the research platform Rethinking Democracy at the Faculty of Culture and Society, […]

“O Canada”

Informative panel on “Agenda Setting & Issue Framing” addressing indigenous representation and voices and discourses on immigration in Canadian 2019 election, Digital Ecosystem Research Challenge Ottawa #digitalelxn pic.twitter.com/Olgy0ISzKq

— Megan Boler (@meganboler) February 21, 2020

I am back in Oslo after a few days in Ottawa where I presented some of my ongoing […]

“Don’t wanna hurt no kangaroo”

I’m wrapping up my stay at QUT in Brisbane where I have participated in the #AoIR2019 conference. This year, I presented some ongoing work about the changing nature of popular political party posts over time. I also served as an advisor in the Early Career Scholars Workshop which was organised as a preconference.

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“Washington D.C. / It’s paradise to me”

“It’s not the way they put folks on the moon”

Acceptance letters for the 2019 ICA conference are out, and this year I am fortunate enough to be involved in four presentations:

Larsson, Anders Olof (2019). Coherent Clusters’ or ‘Fuzzy Zones’ – Understanding attention and structure in online political participation. Skogerbø, Eli and Larsson, Anders Olof […]

ECREA in Lugano

Outside…

… and inside (thanks to Rossella Rega for tweeting and to Eli Skogerbø for co-authoring)

Presentations accepted at the 2018 ECREA conference

The dust has settled following the review process for the seventh bi-annual European Communication Conference, to be held this year in Lugano, Switzerland. Three submissions that I was involved with were accepted for presentation:

Larsson, Anders Olof (2018). Winning and losing on social media – Comparing the popularity of political posts across platforms. Abstract […]

Presenting at ICA in San Diego

Picture from Stephen Cushion on Twitter.

I may look somewhat reserved in the picture above, but in reality, I had a good time at the Journalism Studies Division PhD Colloquium. I commented on a paper and, as seen above, took part in a panel on career management for (comparably) younger scholars. Others taking part […]

Quick visit to Quebec

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Just got back from Quebec City and from the fifth edition of the International workshop on political communication (pdf) as hosted by the Groupe de […]

Good times in Odense

@a_larsson we share what makes us ? on Facebook but not what we ❤️. That makes me ? #ecreajss17

— Chris Peters (@PetersChrisJ) March 24, 2017

So the whole "journalism is love" theme is officially over 😉 #ecreaJSS17 @PetersChrisJ pic.twitter.com/yIP0BEwJTJ

— Julius Reimer (@julius_reimer) March 24, 2017

Thx to @jakoblinaa @chrisvanderheij @a_larsson @JessicaKunert @annikasehl 4 grt panel! & Arjen van Dalen 4 being a grt conf host #ecreaJSS17 pic.twitter.com/8umelWAH0J

— Julius Reimer (@julius_reimer) March 24, 2017

… and for those who are interested in what I talked about, the paper can be found here (or indeed on academia.edu or ResearchGate).

 

“I’m going to see the folks I dig”

Come may, I’m off to California (also, this) – this year’s ICA conference takes place in San Diego, and I will be involved in two ways. First, I will take part in the Journalism Studies Division preconference Ph.D. workshop. Second, I will present my ongoing work on political uses of Instagram for the Political […]