Journal articles
Book chapters
Conference presentations
Theses
Awards
Review work
Editorial work et.c.
Professional memberships
Invited talks, writings
Media appearances
Other activities

 

Journal articles (Back to the top)

Ihlebæk, Karoline Andrea and Larsson, Anders Olof (forthcoming). Learning by Doing – Perspectives on Social Media Guidelines in Norwegian News Organizations. Accepted for publication in Journalism Studies50 free e-prints via this link. Pre-print version available at academia.edu or ResearchGate.

Larsson, Anders Olof, Kalsnes, Bente and Christensen, Christian (forthcoming). Elite interaction – PSB use of Twitter during national elections in Norway and Sweden. Accepted for publication in Journalism PracticePre-print version available at academia.edu or ResearchGate.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Skogerbø, Eli (forthcoming). Out with the old, in with the new? Perceptions of social (and other) media by local and regional Norwegian politicians. Accepted for publication in New Media & Society. Pre-print version available at academia.edu or ResearchGate.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Ihlebæk, Karoline Andrea (forthcoming). BEYOND “J-TWEETERS” – Assessing the social media use of Norwegian journalists across multiple platforms. Accepted for publication in Journalism Practice. Pre-print version available at academia.edu or ResearchGate.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Christensen, Christian (forthcoming). From Show Room to Chat Room – SVT on Social Media during the 2014 Swedish Elections. Accepted for publication in Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media TechnologiesPre-print version available at academia.edu or ResearchGate.

Larsson, Anders Olof (forthcoming). ”I SHARED THE NEWS TODAY, OH BOY” – News provision and interaction on Facebook. Accepted for publication in Journalism Studies. Pre-print version available at academia.edu or ResearchGate.

Larsson, Anders Olof (forthcoming). In it for the Long Run? Swedish Newspapers and Their Audiences On Facebook 2010-2014. Accepted for publication in Journalism Practice. Pre-print version available at academia.edu or ResearchGate.

Larsson, Anders Olof (forthcoming). Facebook as a “trusted space of everyday communication” – parties, citizens and direct representation. Accepted for publication in Javnost – The Public.

Larsson, Anders Olof (forthcoming). Going Viral? Comparing Parties on Social Media During the 2014 Swedish Election. Paper published online before print in Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media TechnologiesAvailable free through SAGE Choice.

Lidén, Gustav and Larsson, Anders Olof (forthcoming). From 1.0 to 2.0 – Swedish municipalities onlineJournal of Information Technology & Politics 13(4). Pre-print version available at academia.edu or ResearchGate.

Pettersen, Lene and Larsson, Anders Olof (2016). The winners take it all: A comparative study of Twitter campaigns under pressure. First Monday 21(11).

Svensson, Jakob and Larsson, Anders Olof (2016). Interacting with whom? Swedish Parliamentarians on Twitter during the 2014 Elections. International Journal of E-Politics 7(1) 1-15.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2016). Online, All the Time? A Quantitative Assessment of the Permanent Campaign on Facebook. New Media & Society 18(2) 274-292. Available free through SAGE Choice.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). Green Light for Interaction – Party Use of Social Media During the 2014 Swedish Election Year. First Monday 20(12).

Larsson, Anders Olof and Ihlen, Øyvind (2015). Birds Of A Feather Flock Together? Party Leaders On Twitter During The 2013 Norwegian Elections. European Journal of Communication  30(6) 666–681Pre-print version available at academia.edu or ResearchGate.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). Pandering, Protesting, Engaging. Norwegian Party Leaders on Facebook During the 2013 “Short Campaign”Information, Communication & Society18 (4) 459-473. Available free through Routledge Open Select.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Moe, Hallvard (2015). Bots or Journalists? News Sharing on TwitterCommunications – The European Journal of Communication Research 40 (3), 361–370. Pre-print available on academia.edu or ResearchGate.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). The EU Parliament on Twitter – Assessing the Permanent Online Practices of Parliamentarians. Journal of Information Technology & Politics  12 (2), 149-166. Available free through Routledge Open Select.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). Comparing to Prepare: Suggesting Ways to Study Social Media Today—and TomorrowSocial Media + Society 1 (1)

Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). Editorial introduction to issue 2 (1). The Journal of Media Innovations, 2 (1), 1-6.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Moe, Hallvard (2014). Triumph of the Underdogs? Comparing Twitter Use by Political Actors During Two Norwegian Election Campaigns. SAGE Open 4 (4). Pre-print version available at academia.edu or ResearchGate.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2014). Everyday Elites, Citizens or Extremists? Assessing the Use and Users of Non-Election Political Hashtags. MedieKultur. Journal of Media and Communication Research 30 (56). Available free at MedieKultur.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Bente Kalsnes (2014). “Of course we are on Facebook” – Use and Non-Use of Social Media among Swedish and Norwegian Politicians. European Journal of Communication 29 (6), 653-667. Available free through SAGE Choice. Blog posts regarding the paper (12). ‘Most-Read’ article, July 2014 and January 2015.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Jakob Svensson (2014). Politicians Online – Identifying Current Research OpportunitiesFirst Monday 19 (4).

Larsson, Anders Olof (2013). Bringing it all back home? Social Media Practices by Swedish Municipalities. European Journal of Communication 28 (6). Available free through SAGE Choice.

Moe, Hallvard and Larsson, Anders Olof (2013). Untangling a Complex Media System. A Comparative Study of Twitter Linking Practices during Three Scandinavian Election CampaignsInformation, Communication & Society, 16 (5), 775-794. Accepted version available at academia.edu.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Moe, Hallvard (2013). Representation or Participation? Twitter use during the 2011 Danish Election CampaignJavnost – The Public, 20(1), 71-88. Published version available here (pdf).

Larsson, Anders Olof (2013). Tweeting the viewer – Use of Twitter in a talk show contextJournal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 57(2), 135-152. 50 free E-Prints available here. Accepted version available academia.edu.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2013). Staying in or Going out? Assessing the linking practices of Swedish online newspapersJournalism Practice, 7(6), december 2013. Accepted version available at academia.edu.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Ågerfalk, Pär J. (2013). Snowing, Freezing… Tweeting? Organizational Twitter use during crisisFirst Monday, Volume 18, Number 6 – 3 June 2013

Larsson, Anders Olof (2013). ‘Rejected bits of program code’ – Why notions of “politics 2.0” remain (mostly) unfulfilled. Journal of Information Technology & Politics 10(1), 72-85. Accepted version available at academia.edu.

Moe, Hallvard and Larsson, Anders Olof (2012). Methodological and ethical challenges with large-scale analyses of online political communication. Nordicom Review, 33 (2012) 1, 117-124. Published version available here (pdf).

Larsson, Anders Olof (2012). Understanding non-use of interactivity in online newspapers – Insights from Structuration theory. The Information Society 28(4), 253-263. Accepted version available at academia.edu.

Moe, Hallvard and Larsson, Anders Olof (2012). Twitterbruk under valgkampen 2011 (Twitter use during the 2011 Norwegian elections). Norsk Medietidskrift nr 2/2012.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2012). Interactivity on Swedish newspaper web sites – What kind, how much and why?. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 18(2), 195-213. Accepted version available at academia.edu.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Moe, Hallvard (2011). Studying political microblogging. Twitter users in the 2010 Swedish election campaign. New Media & Society, 14 (5). Accepted version available here (pdf).

Larsson, Anders Olof (2011). Interactive to me – Interactive to you? A study of use and appreciation of interactivity on Swedish newspaper web sites. New Media & Society, 13(7), 1180-1197. Accepted version available at academia.edu.

Hrastinski, Stefan; Sjöström, Sofie; Eriksson Lundström, Jenny; Larsson, Anders Olof and Ozan, Håkan (2011). Encouraging participation in an intra-organizational online idea community: A case study of a Swedish municipality. First Monday, Volume 16, Number 10 – 3 October 2011.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2011). “Extended infomercials” or “politics 2.0”? A study of Swedish political party Web sites before, during and after the 2010 election. First Monday, Volume 16, Number 4 – 4 april 2011.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Hrastinski, Stefan (2011). Blogs and Blogging: Current trends and future directions. First Monday, Volume 16, Number 3 – 7 march 2011.

 

Book chapters (Back to the top)

Larsson, Anders Olof (forthcoming). Introducing Twitter analysis – identifying active and popular users within a hashtag data set. In: lewis levenberg, David Rheams and Tai Neilson (eds.): Handbook of Methods in Digital Humanities, to be published by Rowman Littlefield International.

Haddara, Moutaz and Larsson, Anders Olof. Chapter on big data research to be included in Metodekokboka – a book on research methods authored by staff members at Westerdals Oslo ACT.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2016). Chapter on survey research to be included in Metodekokboka – a book on research methods authored by staff members at Westerdals Oslo ACT.

Larsson Anders Olof and Moe, Hallvard (2016). From Emerging to Established? A Comparison of Twitter Use During Swedish Election Campaigns in 2010 and 2014. In A. Bruns, G. Enli, E. Skogerbø, A. O. Larsson & C. Christensen (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Social Media and Politics: Routledge.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). ‘Ju mer vi är tillsammans’ – partiledare, samhälleliga eliter och medborgare på Twitter under riksdagsvalet 2014. I: Eric Carlsson, Bo Nilsson & Simon Lindgren (red.) Digital politik. Sociala medier, deltagande och engagemang.

Kalsnes, Bente och Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). I: Ihlen et al (red.) Sosiale medier i norsk politikk. Kapitel i Makt, medier og politikk: Norsk politisk kommunikasjon. Publiceras under 2015.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). “Big Data” i journalistikforskningen. I: Karlsson, Michael och Strömbäck, Jesper (red.) Handbok i Journalistikforskning. Publiceras av Studentlitteratur under 2015.

Larsson, Anders Olof; Karlsson, Michael; Moe, Hallvard and Sjøvaag, Helle (2015). Sampling Now and Then – Data Collection in a Digital Journalism Context. In: Witschge, Tamara; Anderson,  C. W.; Domingo, David  & Hermida, Alfred (eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Digital Journalism. To be published by SAGE during 2015.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2015) Studying Big Data – ethical and methodological considerations. In: Fossheim, Hallvard & Ingierd, Helene (eds.) Internet Research Ethics. Cappelen Damm Akademisk.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Moe, Hallvard (2013). Twitter in Politics and Elections – Insights from Scandinavia. In: Weller, Katrin; Bruns, Axel; Burgess, Jean; Mahrt, Merja and Cornelius Puschmann (eds.) Twitter & Society, Peter Lang. Available here.

 

Conference presentations (Back to the top)

Larsson, Anders Olof (2017). ”Anger is an Energy” – Introducing Reactions on Newspaper Facebook Pages. Abstract accepted for presentation at the 2017 ECREA Journalism Studies Conference. To be held in Odense, Denmark, 23-24 march.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2016). Comparing (Inbetween) Campaigns –Swedish Political Parties on Facebook 2010-2014. Presentation for panel session on Direct Representation in non-electoral periods. To be held at at the 6th European Communication Conference (ECREA). Prague, Czech Republic, 9–12 november.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2016). Assessing Social Media Strategies – Comparing Twitter and Instagram Use during the 2015 Norwegian Elections. Presentation for panel session – Political Campaigning Beyond Facebook and Twitter: Five European Perspectives. Other presenters: Ulrike Klinger, Karolina Koc-Michalska, Darren Lilleker, Uta RussmannEli Skogerbø, Jakob Svensson and Maurice Vergeer. To be held at at the 6th European Communication Conference (ECREA). Prague, Czech Republic, 9–12 november.

Ihlebæk, Karoline Andrea and Larsson, Anders Olof (2016). Learning by failing – Editorial expectations to social media use among journalists. Paper presentation at the 6th European Communication Conference (ECREA). To be held in Prague, Czech Republic, 9–12 november.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Skogerbø, Eli (2016). Out with the Old, In with the New? Perceptions of social (and other) media by local and regional Norwegian politicians. Paper presentation at the Dealing with the Local: Media, Proximity and Community preconference. To be held before the 6th European Communication Conference (ECREA), 8 november.

Ihlebæk, Karoline Andrea and Larsson, Anders Olof (2016). Social media guidance in Norwegian news organisations. Paper accepted for presentation at Norsk Medieforskerkonferense 2016 (Norwegian Media Research conference). To be held in Bergen, October 20-21.

Kalsnes, Bente and Larsson, Anders Olof. The ingredients of social news. Paper accepted for presentation at The International Symposium on Media Innovations at the University of Oslo, 13-14 october.

Van den Bulck, Hilde and Larsson, Anders Olof (2016). ‘There’s a Starman waiting in the Sky’: Mourning David #Bowie on Twitter. Paper accepted for presentation at Internet Research 17. To be held in Berlin, 6-8 october.

Sundnes Løvlie, Anders, Ihlebæk, Karoline Andrea and Larsson, Anders Olof (2016). Experiences of repercussions from participation in online debate. Paper accepted for presentation at Internet Research 17. To be held in Berlin, 6-8 october.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2016). Top Users and Long Tails – Assessing the use of Twitter and Instagram during the 2015 Norwegian elections. Paper accepted for presentation at the 2016 Internet, Politics, and Policy (IPP) conference. To be held in Oxford, UK, 22-23 september.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2016). Participant in roundtable: The Power of Digital Research. Other participants: Christian SandvigAniko HannakJean BurgessAngela WuEszter Hargittai and Homero Gil de Zúñiga. Roundtable accepted for presentation at the ICA 2016 conference, “Communicating with Power”. To be held in Fukuoka, Japan, 9-13 june.

Kalsnes, Bente, Larsson, Anders Olof and Enli, Gunn (2016). The social media logic of political interaction: Exploring citizens€ and politician relationships on Facebook and Twitter. Paper accepted for presentation at the ICA 2016 conference, “Communicating with Power”. Fukuoka, Japan.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2016). “I Shared the News Today, Oh Boy”.€“ News Provision and Engagement on Facebook. Paper accepted for presentation at the ICA 2016 conference, “Communicating with Power”. Fukuoka, Japan.

Sundnes Løvlie, Anders, Ihlebæk, Karoline Andrea and Larsson, Anders Olof (2016). User experiences with editorial control in online comments sections after the 2011 terror attacks in Norway. Paper accepted for presentation at the ICA 2016 conference “Communicating with Power”. Fukuoka, Japan.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). Presentation for panel: Adoption and Adaptation: Diachronic Perspectives on the Growing Sophistication of Social Media Uses in Elections Campaigns. Internet Research 16 conference, held in Phoenix, AZ, October 21-24 2015.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). Presentation for roundtable: ‘Black Box’ Data and ‘Flying Furball’ Networks: Challenges and Opportunities in Doing and Communicating Social Media Analytics. Internet Research 16 conference, held in Phoenix, AZ, October 21-24 2015.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). Campaigns in Comparison – Swedish Political Parties on Facebook 2010-2014. Presentation to be held at the IPSA Communication, Democracy and Digital Technology conference. Rovinj, Croatia, october, 2-3.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Skogerbø, Eli (2015). Out With the Old, In With the New? Perceptions Of Social Media By Local And Regional Norwegian Politicians. Paper presented at the NordMedia Conference. Copenhagen, Denmark, august 13-15.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Christensen, Christian (2015). Reaching out to which audience? Assessing public service broadcaster use of social media during the 2014 Swedish elections. Paper presented during the Journalism and Social Media panel, held at the NordMedia Conference. Copenhagen, Denmark, august 13-15.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). Reaching out to what audience? Assessing public service broadcaster use of Facebook and Twitter during the 2014 Swedish elections. Paper accepted for presentation at the fourth Symposium on Media Innovations, to be held in Brussels, june 2.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Moe, Hallvard (2015). Comparing Twitter Use and Users During Two Swedish Elections – From Megaphones to Discussants? Paper accepted for presentation at the Discussion, Dialogue, Discourse: Meanings and Methods preconference, to be held before ICA 2015, San Juan, Puerto Rico, may 20th.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). Comparing Political Engagement Across Digital Platforms – A Cross-Media Perspective on Social Media Use. Paper accepted for presentation at the Meaning Across Media conference, Copenhagen, 6-8 may.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). Size is Everything? Comparing Parties on Social Media During the 2014 Swedish Election. Paper accepted for presentation at the Political Engagement in the Web.2.0 era. Co-Production in Election Campaigning workshop during the ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, Warsaw, Poland, 29 march – 2 april.

Russmann, Uta and Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). (Non)Diffusion of Social Media in Austria’s Top 500 Companies. Paper to be presented at Expanding Communication: Old Boundaries and New Frontiers (ICA Regional Conference). Łódź, Poland, 9-11 march.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). Different platform, different engagement? Social media use during the 2014 Swedish Elections. Paper to be presented at the Media Engagement Conference, Lund, Sweden, 19 march.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). Comparing (Inbetween) Campaigns – Swedish Political Parties on Facebook 2010-2014. Paper to be presented at the 12th Scandinavian Workshop on E-government (SWEG 2015). Copenhagen, Denmark, 3-4 February.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Moe, Hallvard (2014). Political Social Media Use in Scandinavia. Presentation for the Political uses of Social Media – Five European Perspectives panel, held at the ECREA 2014 conference. Lisboa, Portugal, 12-15 november.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2014). What Causes Engagement on Political Facebook Pages? Party leaders in the 2013 Norwegian Election Campaign. Poster presentation to be held at the ECREA 2014 conference. Lisboa, Portugal, 12-15 november.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Moe, Hallvard (2014). From Emerging to Established? A Comparison of Twitter Use During Norwegian Election Campaigns in 2011 and 2013. Paper to be presented at Norsk Medieforskerkonferense 2014 (Norwegian Media Research conference). Trondheim, 23-24 october.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2014). Europe Online – Assessing the Twitter practices of EU parliamentarians. Paper pesented at the Internet, Politics, and Policy: Crowdsourcing for Politics and Policy conference. Oxford, 25-26 september.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Moe, Hallvard (2014). Regional vs National elections on Twitter – The case of Norway. Paper to be presented at the Civic political engagement and public spheres in the new digital era conference. Paris, 24-27 june.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2014). Online, All the Time? A Quantitative Assessment of the Permanent Campaign on Facebook. Paper presented at the Social Media and the Transformation of Public Space conference. Amsterdam, 18-20 june.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2014). Please like me! Norwegian Politicians on Facebook During the 2013 Elections. Paper to be presented at the Institutional Change in the Public Sphere conference, arranged by Institute for Social Research. Åsgårdstrand, 10-11 june.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2014). Everyday Elites, Citizens or Extremists? Assessing the Use and Users of Non-Election Political Hashtags. Paper to be presented at the 64th annual ICA Conference. Seattle, WA, 22-26 may.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Ihlen, Øyvind (2014). Birds of a Feather Flock Together? Party Leaders on Twitter during the 2013 Norwegian Elections. Paper presented at the Strategic Communication Campaigns in a Contemporary, Digital and Networked Society ICA preconference. Seattle, WA, 22-26 may.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Moe, Hallvard (2014). News Sharing on Twitter – Bots or Journalists? Paper accepted for presentation at the International Symposium on Media Innovations, Oslo, 24-25 apr. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof, Kalsnes, Bente and Moe, Hallvard (2014). Approaches to studying cross-media agenda setting: Lessons from an ongoing project. Presentation at the Transforming Audiences, Transforming Societies: The future of audience research: Agenda, theory and societal significance Open Conference of the COST Action IS0906. Ljubljana, 5-7 february.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Moe, Hallvard (2014). Same Same But Different? The Development of Twitter Use During Norwegian Elections. Presentation for the Comparative Perspectives on Social Media in Political Communication workshop, held during the 5th Annual International Conference on Democracy as Idea and Practice, Oslo, 8-9 january 2014. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof, Bente Kalsnes, Gunn Enli, Hallvard Moe and Eli Skogerbø (2013). Twitter Use during the 2013 Norwegian Elections  – Some Initial Insights. Presentation for the Social Media and Elections: The Use of Twitter in the 2013 Campaigns in Italy, Australia, Germany, and Norway panel. Held at Internet Research 14.0, Denver, Colorado, USA, 23-26 october. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Bente Kalsnes (2013). “Of course we are on Facebook” – Use and Non-Use of Social Media among Swedish and Norwegian Politicians. Presentation to be held at the New Trends in Political Communication conference, organized by the Political Communication Section of ECREA. Milan, Italy, 19-20 september.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Jakob Svensson (2013). Politicians online – three opportunities for future research. Paper presented at the Nordmedia conference. Oslo, Norway, 8-11 august.

Larsson, Anders Olof, Hallvard Moe and Jakob Svensson (2013). Political communication and methodological triangulations in the era of “Big Data”. Presentation for the Challenging online research: Insights from across the field panel, held at the 63rd annual ICA Conference. London, UK, 17-21 june.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Jakob Svensson (2013). Researching Politicians Online. Identifying Research Directions. Work-in-progress paper presented at the Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2013. Krems, Austria, 22-25 may. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2013). “Municipalities 2.0”? A Structural Analysis of Social Media use By Swedish Municipalities. Presentation held at the 10th Scandinavian Workshop on E-government (SWEG 2013), University of Oslo, 5-6 february. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof, Hallvard Moe and Jakob Svensson (2012). Twitter and the Public Sphere. Political communication and methodological triangulations in the era of “Big Data”. Presentation held at the New Media and the Public Sphere conference. Copenhagen, Denmark, 8-9 november 2012. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2012). Reproducing Structures of Audiencehood: Questioning the Involved Audience. Presentation for the Participatory Journalism: Possibilities for and Constraints to Audience Participation panel, held at ECREA 2012. Istanbul, Turkey, 24-27 october 2012.

Moe, Hallvard and Anders Olof Larsson (2012). Comparing Twitter Linking Practices during Scandinavian Election Campaigns. Presentation for the Social Media and Election Campaigns: Emerging Practices in Europe and Australia panel, held at ECREA 2012. Istanbul, Turkey, 24-27 october 2012.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2012). How journalists use Twitter – a case study. Presentation held at the Internet Research 13.0: Technologies conference. Salford, United Kingdom, 18-21 october 2012.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2012). Reaching out to the audience? Journalists use of Twitter in a talk show context. Paper presented at the Neojournalism Conference. Brussels, Belgium, 3-4 october 2012.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2012). Understanding Non-Use of Interactivity in the Online Newspaper Context – Insights from Structuration Theory. Paper presented at the 62nd annual ICA Conference. Phoenix, AZ, 24-28 may 2012.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2012). Cautious traditionalists? Use of interactive features on Swedish newspaper web sites. Paper presented at the 62nd annual ICA Conference. Phoenix, AZ, 24-28 may 2012.

Moe, Hallvard and Larsson, Anders Olof (2012). More important than ever or outdated relics? Research Ethics Committees and Big Data Research. Presentation for the Researching Social Media – Ethical and methodological challenges panel, held at the 62nd annual ICA Conference. Phoenix, AZ, 24-28 may 2012. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2012). ‘Rejected bits of program code’ – on the neglect of digital participation opportunities in the 2.0 era. Abstract accepted for presentation at the ICA Political Communication Graduate Student Preconference, held at the University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, 23-24 may 2012.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2012). Reproducing structures of audiencehood – why notions of “politics 2.0” remain (mostly) unfulfilled. Presentation held at The Fourth ICTs and Society Conference, Uppsala, Sweden, 2-4 may 2012.

Moe, Hallvard and Larsson, Anders Olof (2012). Mapping Participation and Power on Twitter during Election Campaigns. A Comparison of the Scandinavian Countries. Presentation held at The Fourth ICTs and Society Conference, Uppsala, Sweden, 2-4 may 2012.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2012). Reproducing structures of audiencehood. Presentation held at The 2012 International Symposium on Media Innovations at the University of Oslo. Oslo, Norway, 19-20 april 2012.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Moe, Hallvard (2012). Tweeting the election – Twitter use during Scandinavian parliamentary elections. Presentation at the Communicating a world of norms (ICA co-sponsored) conference. Roubaix, France, 7-9 march.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Moe, Hallvard (2012). Twitter use during Scandinavian elections. Presentation held at the 9th Scandinavian Workshop on E-government (SWEG 2012). Copenhagen, Denmark on 9-10 february 2012.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2011). Snowing, Freezing… Tweeting? Organizational Twitter use during crisis. Presentation for the Social Media and Crisis Communication panel, held at Internet Research 12.0: Performance and Participation. Seattle, WA, 10-13 october 2011. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2011). Same, same but different. Political party web sites during the 2010 Swedish election. Paper accepted for presentation at the 6th ECPR General Conference. Reykjavik, Iceland 25-27 august 2011.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Moe, Hallvard (2011). #val2010 – Twitter use during the 2010 Swedish election campaign. Paper accepted for presentation at the 6th ECPR General Conference. Reykjavik, Iceland 25-27 august 2011.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Ågerfalk, Pär (2011). Right on Track? Corporate Twitter Use Under Pressure. Paper presented at the Nordic Academy of Management conference. Stockholm, Sweden 22-24 august 2011.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2011). Organizations online – Allowing or hindering audience interactions? Presentation to be held at the Nordic Academy of Management PhD Workshop. Vaxholms Kastell, Stockholm, Sweden 20-21 august 2011.

Moe, Hallvard and Larsson, Anders Olof (2011). Methodological and ethical challenges with large-scale analyses of online political communication. Paper presented at the NordMedia 2011 conference. Akureyri, Iceland, 11-13 August 2011. Slides available here, paper available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2011). Twitter use by SJ during the 2010 holiday season. Paper presented at the NordMedia 2011 conference. Akureyri, Iceland 11-13 August 2011. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2011). Online interactivity – reproducing or challenging structure? Presentation at the 2011 Summer Doctoral Programme, Oxford Internet Institute. Oxford, july 11-22 2011. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Moe, Hallvard (2011). Who Tweets? Tracking microblog use during the 2010 Swedish election campaign. Paper presented at the 19th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS 2011). Helsinki, Finland, 9-11 june 2011. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2011). Who wants to interact? Visitor types on newspaper web sites. Paper presented at the 61st annual ICA Conference. Boston, MA, 26-30 may 2011. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2011). Online interactivity – Four ongoing studies. Paper presented at the Doctoral Consortium of the Communication and Technology Division of the International Communication Association. Boston, MA, 25 may 2011. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2010). Interactive to me – Interactive to you? Poster presentation (poster available here) held at the 2010 International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2010). St. Louis, MI, 12-15 december 2010. Available in the ICIS 2010 Proceedings.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2010). Institutional use of online interactivity. Presentation held at the Organizations and Society in Information Systems (OASIS) workshop preceding the 2010 International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2010). St. Louis, MI, 12 december 2010. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2010). The 2010 Swedish elections online. Some tentative results. Presentation held at the Evaluating Social Media workshop preceding the Internet Research 11.0: Sustainability, Participation, Action conference. Gothenburg, Sweden, 20 october 2010. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2010). Interactivity in society – A research agenda. Paper presented at the Doctoral Consortium at the 18th European Conference on Information Systems (ECIS2010). Pretoria, South Africa, 4-6 june 2010. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2009). Interaktiva funktioner på svenska tidningars hemsidor. Paper presented at internetforskning.se – The Swedish Internet Research Conference. Stockholm, Sweden, 4th november 2009. Slides (in Swedish) available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof and Hrastinski, Stefan (2009). Blogs and Blogging: Current trends and future directions. Paper presented at the Internet Research 10.0 – Internet: Critical conference. Milwaukee, WI, 8-10 october 2009. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2009). Studies on interactivity. Presentation at the Doctoral colloquium at Internet Research 10.0 – Internet: Critical. Milwaukee, WI, 7 october 2009. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2009). Interactivity on newspaper web sites. The case of Sweden. Paper presented at New Media and Information: Convergences and Divergences. Athens, Greece, 6-9 may 2009. Slides available here.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2007). Blogging in Sweden. A Habermasian analysis. Paper presented at NordMedia 2007 conference. Helsinki, Finland, 16-19 august 2007.

 

Theses (Back to the top)

Larsson, Anders Olof (2012). Doing things in relation to machines – Studies on online interactivity. Doctoral thesis, defended on may 16th. Available here or here.

Larsson, Anders Olof (2007). Bloggning.se. Masters thesis in media studies – Available here (in Swedish).

 

Awards (Back to the top)

Recipient of the 2013 Börje Langefors Award for Best Swedish PhD Thesis in Information Systems/Informatics defended during 2012.

Recipient of the 2011-2012 FSMK Doctoral Dissertation Award by The Swedish association for media and communication research.

PhD Dissertation shortlisted among the top five nominees for the 2013 Herbert S. Dordick Dissertation Award.

Recipient of the 2013 Stand-Out Reviewer Award during Internet Research 14.0.

 

Review work (Back to the top)

Reviewer of research proposal submitted to FWO (Flanders Research Foundation).

Reviewer of Analysing Social Media Data and Web Networks by Cantijoch, Gibson and Ward (eds.). Preprint available at Academia.edu and on ResearchGate. Information Polity 20 (2,3).

Reviewer of Media, Society, World: Social Theory and Digital Media Practice by Nick Couldry. Published in European Journal of Communication, 30 (3). Pre-print version available at academia.edu and ResearchGate.

Reviewer of Connecting Democracy: Online Consulation and the Flow of Political Communicationpublished in European Journal of Communication 28 (4). The submitted version of the review is available here.

Course literature reviewer for BI Norwegian Business School.

Journal proposal reviewer – Social Media and Society – for SAGE Publications.

Book proposal reviewer for a book on “Data Visualization with MS Office” for SAGE Publications.

I serve as reviewer for the following journals (presented in alphabetical order):

  • Aslib Proceedings
  • Big Data & Society
  • Brazilian Political Science Review
  • Communications – The European Journal of Communication Research
  • Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media
  • Digital Journalism
  • European Journal of Communication
  • European Politics and Society
  • European Union Politics
  • First Monday
  • Information, Communication & Society
  • International Journal of Communication
  • International Journal of E-Politics
  • Journal of Applied Communication Research
  • Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media
  • Journal of Communication
  • Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication
  • Journal of Information Technology
  • Journal of Information Technology & Politics
  • Journal of Language and Politics
  • Journal of Media Innovations
  • Journal of Political Marketing
  • Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly
  • Media and Communication 
  • New Media & Society
  • Nordicom Review
  • Northern Lights
  • Observatorio
  • Policy & Internet
  • Political Behaviour
  • Political Communication
  • Popular Communication: The International Journal of Media and Culture
  • SAGE Open
  • Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems
  • Social Media + Society
  • Social Science Computer Review
  • The Information Society
  • The International Journal of Press/Politics
  • The Internet and Higher Education

I’ve served as reviewer for the following conferences:

  • Association for Information Systems Conference 2014 (AMCIS 2014)
  • CeDEM – International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2013, 2014, 2015
  • Communities & Technologies – C&T 2011
  • ECIS 2010, 2017
  • ECREA 2012, 2014
  • Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS)
  • ICA 2011 – 2016
  • Interact 2009
  • The International Symposium on Media Innovations, 2014-2016
  • Internet Research 10.0 – 16.0
  • Mindtrek 2012
  • The Scandinavian Workshop on E-Government, 9th – 11th
  • The European Conference on Information Systems, 2011-2014
  • The 2013 International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS 2013)
  • The 23rd Australasian Conference on Information Systems (ACIS 2012)
  • The International Symposium on Media Innovations, 2012 – 2015

 

Editorial work et.c. (Back to the top)

Member of program committee, 3rd GESIS Computational Social Science Winter Symposium 2016, Cologne, 30 nov-1 dec.

Editor of special issue (with Sven Engesser and Nayla Fawzi) on populist politics online. To be published in May 2017 in Information, Communication & Society.

Chair for paper session on “Journalism and Social Media” during the 2016 International Communication Association (ICA) conference, “Communicating with Power”.

Leader of the fACT research group at Westerdals Oslo School of Arts, Communication & Technology, april 2016 ->

Member of Program Committee for the 2016 Social Media & Society Conference

Editorial assistant for The Journal of Media Innovations, 2014-2015

Editorial board member, The Journal of Media Innovations, 2016 –

Editorial board member, Social Media + Society, 2015 –

Panel organizer (with Axel Bruns) for the Internet Research 16 conference, to be held in Phoenix, AZ, October 21-24 2015. Adoption and Adaptation: Diachronic Perspectives on the Growing Sophistication of Social Media Uses in Elections Campaigns. Panel participants: Anders Olof Larsson, Axel Bruns, Tim Highfield, Jennifer Stromer-Galley and Luca Rossi.

Roundtable organizer (with Axel Bruns) for the Internet Research 16 conference, to be held in Phoenix, AZ, 21-24 2015. ‘Black Box’ Data and ‘Flying Furball’ Networks: Challenges and Opportunities in Doing and Communicating Social Media Analytics. Roundtable participants: Anders Olof Larsson, Axel Bruns, Katrin Weller and Kate Crawford.

Guest editor for the The Journal of Media Innovations 2 (1).

Responsible (with Eli Skogerbø) for arranging the Political uses of Social Media – Five European Perspectives panel, to be held at the ECREA 2014 conference. Lisboa, Portugal, 12-15 november. The panel will feature presentations from myself, Hallvard MoeMaurice Vergeer, Uta Russmann, Ulrike Klinger and Luca Rossi.

Organizer for the Comparative Perspectives on Social Media in Political Communication workshop, held during the 5th Annual International Conference on Democracy as Idea and Practice, Oslo, 8-9 january 2014.

Editor for The Routledge Companion to Social Media and Politics together with Axel Bruns, Eli Skogerbø, Christian Christensen and Gunn Enli.

Responsible (with Hallvard Moe) for arranging a nordic workshop on the methodological and ethical challenges of Internet Research, to be held in Oslo on november 20-21, 2014.

Chair (together with Jakob Svensson) for the Political Communication division during the Nordmedia 2013 and Nordmedia 2015 conferences.

Responsible (with Hallvard Moe) for arranging the Challenging online research: Insights from across the field panel, held at the 63rd annual ICA Conference. London, UK, 17-21 june 2013. The panel featured presentations by Peter Mechant, Anja Bechmann and Michael Karlsson. Maria Bakardjieva served as discussant.

Responsible (with Hallvard Moe) for arranging the Researching Social Media – Methodological and Ethical Challenges panel, held at the 62nd annual ICA Conference. Phoenix, AZ, 24-28 may 2012. The panel featured presentations by Michael ZimmerEszter HargittaiCornelius PuschmannJean BurgessAxel Bruns and Merja MahrtZizi Papacharissi served as discussant.

Associate editor for the Social Computing and Collaboration track at ECIS 2012

Member of Programme Committee for the Mindtrek 2012 conference

 

Professional memberships (Back to the top)

Association for Information Systems, Association of Internet Researchers, European Communication Research and Education AssociationInternational Communication AssociationDECIDIS research network

 

Invited talks, writings (Back to the top)

Guest lecture for the higher seminar at the Department of Journalism, Media and Communication, University of Gothenburg. To be held on march 8, 2017.

Lunch seminar speaker, POLKOM – Senter for studier av politisk kommunikasjon, University of Oslo. To be held on february 27, 2017.

Guest lecture for the higher seminar at the Department of Media Studies, Stockholm University. To be held on December 8, 2016.

Invited guest lecturer at Department of Communication StudiesUniversità di Urbino Carlo Bo, November 2016.

Invited panelist for panel on “What type of media professionals will be needed in the future?”. To be held at Norsk Medieforskerkonferense 2016 (Norwegian Media Research conference). Bergen, October 20-21.

Invited talk at the “Re/Constructing Politics through Social & Online Media: Interfaces & Synergies in Research Agendas & Problem-Oriented Analyses” symposium, organized by Michal Krzyzanowski of Örebro University. To be held in Stockholm on June 20-21, 2016.

Invited panelist on digital methods at the yearly meeting of the Swedish Association for Media and Communication Research (FSMK). To be held in Karlstad on may 18-19, 2016.

Norsk valgkamp 2015 på Tvitter og Instagram. Presentation for the Sosiale medier – den nye politiske maktfaktoren? seminar. Litteraturhuset, Oslo, february 9 2016.

Invited lecture on political social media use in Scandinavia, School of Library and Information Science, University of Iowa. Held on december 3, 2015.

Invited talks on digital methods at the University of Helsinki, Finland. Held on November 18th, 2015 and October 18th, 2016.

Invited talk on digital methods at The Department of Geography, Media and Communication, Karlstad University. To be held on october 13, 2015.

Invited talk for the Social Media Studies group, University of Borås. To be held on september 14th, 2015.

Expert assessment of research project for the Research Beyond the Ivory Tower – Training for University Teams program, hosted by the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs.

Comparing to Prepare – Suggesting Ways To Study Social Media Today – and Tomorrow. First issue “Manifesto” for Social Media + Society 1 (1).

Velgerjakt på nett – Valgkamp i sosiale medier. Invited talk at X-IMK Fagdag. 

Introduction piece for the Journal of Media Innovations 2 (1), to be published on february 28th, 2015.

Reviewer of Analysing Social Media Data and Web Networks by Cantijoch, Gibson and Ward (eds.). To be published in Information Polity.

Reviewer of Media, Society, World: Social Theory and Digital Media Practice by Nick Couldry. Published in European Journal of Communication 30 (3). Pre-print version available at academia.edu and ResearchGate.

Participant in the New Perspectives on Populist Political Communication Workshop and Launch Event of the COST Early Stage Researchers Think Tank. Zurich, Switzerland, january 26-30, 2015. Presentation available here.

Invited lecture for bachelor students taking the class “New Media” at Volda University College, fall 2014.

Presenter at DIATA 14 – Developing Interdisciplinary Approaches to Twitter Analysis. Workshop to be held in Cologne during fall 2014.

Skandinaviska perspektiv på politiker online – under och utanför valperioder. Presenter at the higher seminar, DEMICOM, Mid Sweden University. To be held on november 27th, 2014.

Politiker på sociala medier – utanför och under valperioder. Invited talk for Norsk Kommunikasjonsforening (Norwegian Communication Association). To be held in Lillehammer on october 16, 2014

(Non-)Learning Online Practices – Politicians and Citizens on Social Media. Keynote presentation for the Unintentional Learning in Digital Spaces multidisciplinary symposium organized by The Research School in Technology-Mediated Knowledge Processes, held in Falun, Sweden on october 15-16, 2014.

#val2010 vs. #val2014 – Två svenska val på sociala medier. Presentation at the Sociala Medier, Journalistik & Svenska Valet 2014 – #VemsVal14? seminar, Stockholm university, october 9th, 2014. Video here

Discussant for Humanistisk helaften, panel on the social media use by politicians. To be held on september 18th, 2014.

”Big Data” – Forskningsetiska och metodologiska problemområden. Presentation on ethical and methodological issues of “Big Data” research for FAFO. Held on june 13th, 2014

As in Norway, so also in Sweden? Longitudinal and comparative efforts to the study of political social media use. Presentation for the higher seminar at the Department of Informatics and Media, Uppsala University, held on march 13th, 2014.

Political Communication Online – examples from Norway and Sweden.Presentation for the higher seminar at the Department for Media and CommunicationKarlstad University. Held on february 19th, 2014. Slides available here.

Comparing Political Uses of Social Media in the Scandinavian Countries. Presentation for the Digital Media & Communication Research Group at the IT University of Copenhagen. Held on november 13th, 2013. Slides available here.

Political Social Media Use During the 2013 Norwegian Elections. Presentation for the higher seminar at the Department of Informatics and Media, Uppsala University. To be held on november 4th.

Att studera “Stora Data” – Etiska och metodologiska ställningstaganden. Talk at the National Committees for Research Ethics in Norway. Held on october 7th, 2013. Slides available here.

Twitterbruk under valgkampen. Föredrag för Kommunikasjonsforeningen i Bergen (med Hallvard Moe). Held on October 1, 2013. Slides available here.

Partiledarna på Twitter – Megafon eller Kommunikation? Presentation at Litteraturhuset, Oslo on september 5th.

Presentation on the PhD dissertation process for the Swedish research school of Management and Information Technology spring meeting. Lund, Sweden, may 28, 2013. Slides available here.

Bots or Humans? A large-scale analysis of news linking on Twitter. Paper presented during the Mapping The Digital News Ecosystems: Professional Journalism, New Producers And Active Audiences In The Digital Public Sphere workshop, held in Barcelona, Spain, may 8-11, 2013. Slides available here.

Studying political social media use: insights from Scandinavia. Presentation at MICT – Research Group for Media and ICTs, Ghent University. Held on october 2, 2012

“Don’t Believe the Hype” – Assessing Twitter use in Professional Contexts. To be published in the september 2012 issue of Mercury Magazine. Available here (pdf).

Challenging or reproducing structures? (Non-)use of online interactivity. Presentation at the Department of Informatics, Umeå University. Held on february 29, 2012.

Studying social media. Methodological and ethical challenges. Presentation at qumu, qualitative methods network at Umeå University. Held on february 28, 2012.

Politisk twitterbruk i Skandinavia og demokratisk betydning. Presentation at NETworked 2012 – Små grep og store endringer: hvordan realisere sosiale mediers X-potensial. Oslo, Norway. Held on january 24, 2012. Visualization of talk by Esther Buchmann.

Sociala medier – möjligheter och risker. Presentation at Uppsala senioruniversitet (Uppsala university of the third age), held on december 13, 2011. Slides available here.

Understanding use (and non-use) of online interactivity. Presentation at the Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo, held on december 6, 2011

Researching social media. Presentation at the Social Media and Information Practices Workshop. Held at the Swedish School of Library and Information Science, University of Borås, on november 10-11, 2011

SJ på Twitter. Presentation for SJ, the National Swedish Railway operator. Held on october 24, 2011.

#val2010 – riksdagsvalet 2010 på Twitter. Presentation at Social Media Club Uppsala, held on september 20, 2011. Slides available here.

Twitter use during the 2010 Swedish election – and beyond. Presentation at DIATA11 – Düsseldorf Workshop on Interdisciplinary Approaches to Twitter Analysis, held on september 14, 2011. Slides available here.

Twitter use in Scandinavian politics. Presentation at Copenhagen Business School, held on march 22, 2011. Slides available here.

Organizations online – How do they use their web presences? Presentation at the School of Communication and Information, Rutgers University, NJ, USA, held on february 16, 2011.

The 2010 Swedish election (and beyond) – Two ongoing research projects. Presentation at the School of Communication and Information, Rutgers University, NJ, USA, held on january 28, 2011. Slides available here.

Interaktivitet på svenska tidningars hemsidor. Presentation at Uppsala Learning Lab, held on november 24, 2010. Slides (in Swedish) available here.

Online newspapers and interactivity. Presentation at the Media Management and Transformation Centre, Jönköping International Business School, held on november 22, 2010. Slides available here.

Partierna på nätet – före, under och efter valet 2010. Presentation at Internetdagarna 2010, held on october 26, 2010. Broadcast on Swedish television, available on YouTube and iTunes. Slides (in Swedish) available here.

Sociala medier och interaktivitet på tidningars hemsidor. Presentation at the RIS (Redaktörer i samverkan) conference, Uppsala University. october 8, 2010. Slides available here.

Nettavisenes interaktive funksjoner – fra avisenes og lesernes perspektiv. Presentation held for the The Media, ICT and Cultural Policy Research Group at the University of Bergen, Norway. september 14, 2010. Slides available here.

Besökartyper på aftonbladet.se. Presentation held for the Interactive media group at Aftonbladet. may 7, 2010. Slides (in Swedish) available here.

 

Media appearances (in reverse chronological order) (Back to the top)

Amdahl, Pernille (2016). Sinte nyheter deles mest. Interview on NRK public service radio regarding news sharing on social media. Broadcast december 5th.

Eckblad, Bjørn (2016). «Sinte» nyheter deles mest på Facebook. Feature on news sharing on social media in Dagens Næringsliv, december 5th. Available here (pdf).

Journalism Research News (2016). Elite interaction on Twitter. Article featuring the research paper Elite interaction – PSB use of Twitter during national elections in Norway and Sweden. Published online on october 5th.

Valle, Josefine (2016). Produsere, kuratere, publisere. Interview in Krea magazine – Gullkalven 2016.

Sandvik, Siv, Tvegård, Anders and Sællman, Siv Kristin (2016). Sylvis Verden. Interview with NRK regarding the use of social media by populist politicians.

Journalism Research News (2016). Audience not interest in offered news. Article featuring the research paper  ”I SHARED THE NEWS TODAY, OH BOY” – News provision and interaction on Facebook. Published online on march 10.

Nilsson Ridola, Hilde (2016). Interview regarding social media use during the 2015 Norwegian Elections. Broadcast on radio NRK Østlandssendningen on february 9.

Skogstrøm, Lene (2015). Myndighetene tar i bruk sterke, digitale virkemidler mot radikalisering. Interviewed together with Unn Conradi Andersen regarding web portal to help against radicalization of youth. Published in Aftenposten on november 18.

Irenius, Lisa (2015). Sju anledningar att förhålla sig kritiskt till sociala medier. Research on right-wing extremists on Twitter featured in Svenska Dagbladet.

Thonhaugen, Markus (2015). Slik unngår du å bli lurt på sosiale medier. Interview for NRK Nordland regarding fake online news.

Skjeseth, Alf & Storøy Elnan, Thea (2015). Hatet ulmer. Interview for Klassekampen regarding online hate speech in the wake of the july 22 terror attacks in Oslo.

Interview for Stavanger Aftenblad regarding social media use by professional athletes.

Letmark, Peter (2014). Twitter förändrar demokratin. Feature regarding research on social media use during the 2014 Swedish elections. Dagens Nyheter, october 8th.

Kalsnes, Bente (2014). Politisk digitalseier (pdf). Feature regarding my research on permanent uses of social media by political actors, featured in Morgenbladet, september 26th.

Invited discussant regarding 2014 Swedish elections at Salongen, broadcast on NRK P2, september 11, 2014

Torgersen, Hans O. (2014). Twitter-krigen raser for fullt. Interview regarding uses of social media in the Gaza strip conflict. Published in Aftenposten.

Yildirim, Siran Øzalp (2014). Politiker, sosiale medier og pressen. Interview regarding uses of social media by politicians. Broadcast on NRK P2 on july 4th. Available here.

Interviewed by Dagbladet (on june 24, 2014) regarding online political satire.

Danielsen, Steinar André (2014). Disse øyeblikkene fikk mest oppmerksomhet på Twitter. Interview by Verdens Gang (on june 24, 2014) regarding social media use during the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Discussant regarding journalism and politics online, Radio Nova, broadcast on april 10, 2014. Available here.

Interview for NRK Møre og Romsdal regarding Norwegian municipalities on Facebook, broadcast on january 28th, 2014.

Interview for Finnish YLE Radio regarding fake social media profiles, broadcast on january 20th, 2014.

Interview regarding politicians on Facebook for NRK Dagsrevyen, broadcast on november 27, 2013.

Erlingsen, Hilde (2013). Frp vinner kampen om Facebook. Interview for NRK Østfold, published on november 27.

Svår balansgång för politikerna. Interview in Västerbottens-Kuriren, november 14, 2013

Dvergsdal, Henrik (2013). Vil forske på det du legger igjen på nettet. Interview for Forskning.no, october 16.

Severinsen, Johanne (2013). Det er ikke størrelsen det kommer an på. Featured in blog post by The National Committees for Research Ethics in Norway, october 11.

Bisgaard, Anders B (2013). “- Twitter er et minglereir”. Featured in Kampanje, september 9.

Sved, Børge (2013). Poster fra privatlivet mest pop. Interview in Adresseavisen, september 9. Available here (pdf).

Milder, Julia (2013). Sociala medier allt viktigare i norsk valkampanj. Interview for Swedish Public Service Radio, september 9.

Salvesen, Geir (2013). Flinkiser på Twitter og FB. Interview in Aftenposten, september 5.

Nipen, Kjersti (2013). Lille Venstre er Twitters gigant. Featured in Aftenposten, september 5.

Bisgaard, Anders B (2013). Han er Twitter-Kongen. Interview in Kampanje regarding Twitter use by Norwegian politicians, september 5.

Venås Sivertsen, Eirin (2013). Interview regarding Twitter use by Norwegian politicians in NRK P2 Kulturnytt, september 5. Available here (mp3).

Rognø, Linn Merete (2013). Tøff på Facebook, sjenert på fest. Interview in Dagbladet, published march 19, 2013.

Skagegård, Ellinor (2012). Äkta gillande och rent geschäft. Interview in Uppsala Nya Tidning, published september 23rd, 2012. Available here.

De invloed van sociale media op de verkiezingen. Het Laatste Nieuws (belgian newspaper), published online on september 3, 2012. Available here or here (pdf).

Meyer, Robinson (2012). 9 Concrete, Specific Things We Actually Know About How Social Media Shape Elections. The Atlantic, published online on august 22, 2012. Available here or here (pdf)

Edström, Helena (2012). Glädjedödare med vassa argument. Interview in Universen, issue 4, page 10. Available here or here (pdf)

Löf, Pontus (2012). Sociala medier har inte revolutionerat politisk kommunikation. Interview in Ajour, published online on june 6, 2012. Available here.

Odlander, Johanna (2012). Utebliven dialog på Twitter. Interview in Uppsala Nya Tidning, published may 9, 2012. Available here (pdf scan).

Gunnarsson, Maria (2012). Lokalpolitik på nätet överskattat. Broadcast on SVT ABC, may 8 2012. Available here.

Öhman, Adam (2012). Politiker dåliga att nyttja internet. Interview for 24 UNT, broadcast on may 8, 2012. Available here.

Severin, Malin (2012). Varför sprider vi “Kony 2012”? Interview in Uppsala Nya Tidning, published march 11, 2012.

Bührig, Agnes (2010). Mein Letzter Internetwille – Testament Online. Interview for Deutsche Welle Online, published february 22, 2010. Available here.

Hulth, Annica (2010). Sociala medier i valrörelsen. Interview in Universen (4-2010). Available here (pdf scan).

Lundvik, Peter (2010). När Internet skapas av användarna. Internal magazine for the Uppsala police department. Published february 26, 2010.

Häggström, Hanna (2009). Bloggen – maktfaktorn? Interview for Relation.

Matsson, Katarina (2008). Han sågar tjejernas “ytliga” modebloggar – men forskare håller inte med. Interview in Metro, march 7, 2008. Available here.

Nygren, Else & Larsson, Anders Olof (2010). Vår tids studentrevolt är historiskt dramatisk. Debate article published on newsmill.se, february 25, 2010. Available here.

Pettersson, Bosse (2010). Sociala medier. Interview on Swedish radio, Karlavagnen, october 25, 2010.

Stiernstedt, Jenny (2008). Uppsala – största länet i bloggsverige. Interview in Uppsalatidningen, nr. 13 2008. Available here (pdf, p. 4)

Vowles, Kjell (2010). Internet breddar den politiska debatten – på både gott och ont. Uppsala Fria Tidning, august 18, 2010. Available here.

Westberg, Anna (2008). Experten: Modebloggar vanligast bland unga tjejer. Interview in Metro, february 22, 2008. Available here.

Wiklund, Kalle (2010). Här har man sociala medier på schemat. Interview in Metro, february 9, 2010. Available here.

 

Other activities (Back to the top)

Respondent during the third PhD Colloquium organized by the Journalism Studies Division of ICA. To be held in conjunction with the 67th Annual ICA conference, San Diego. May 2017.

Seminar holder at PhD course on methods, Department of media studies, Stockholm university. To be held in february 2017.

Respondent during the ECREA 2016 Journalism Studies Section PhD-Workshop, held in conjunction with the 6th European Communication Conference (ECREA). Prague, Czech Republic, 9–12 november.

Expert advisor for university lecturer hiring committee, Umeå university, Department of sociology.

Member of the 2016 AOIR Dissertation Award Committee

Commentator during the final seminar for David Gunnar Lorentzen’s PhD Thesis, University of Borås. Held on January 18th, 2016.

Co-arranger of doctoral course in digital methods. Organized with the Centre for Communication and Computing at Copenhagen University. To be held before the NordMedia 2015 conference, Copenhagen, 13-15 august 2015.

Member of reference group for the “Be Democracy” exhibit held at the Nobel Peace Center, Oslo, Norway during 2014.

Participant in the roundtable session for the Twitter and Society book (published by Peter Lang mid-2013). Held at Internet Research 14.0, Denver, Colorado, USA, 23-26 october 2013.

Participant in the Mapping Actor Networks pre-conference workshop, preceding Internet Research 14.0, Denver, Colorado, USA, 23-26 october 2013.

Participant in the Social Media Research Ethics and Methods pre-conference workshop, preceding Internet Research 14.0, Denver, Colorado, USA, 23-26 october 2013.

Participant in the Bridging the Quantitative-Qualitative Divide in Comparative Communication Research: Heading towards Qualitative Comparative Analysis post-conference workshop, to be held after the 63rd annual ICA Conference. London, UK, 17-21 june.

Participant in The Political Communication of Young Citizens through Social Media pre-conference workshop, preceding the 63rd annual ICA Conference. London, UK, 17-21 june 2013.

Participant in the Mapping The Digital News Ecosystems: Professional Journalism, New Producers And Active Audiences In The Digital Public Sphere workshop. Funded by the European Science Foundation, arranged by David Domingo, Pere Masip & Karin Wahl-Jorgensen. To be held in Barcelona, Spain, may 8-11, 2013.

Participant in the Internettforskning: Etikk – Juss – Forskererfaringer seminar, arranged by the Norwegian Social Science Data Services. To be held in Bergen, Norway on february 7, 2013.

Participant in the Introducing Connected Concept Analysis: A mixed methods approach to mapping discourse in large text datasets workshop, held at the Internet Research 13.0: Technologies conference. Salford, United Kingdom, 17 october 2012.

Participant in the Political Communication in the Online World: Innovation in Theory and Research Designs workshop, preceding the 62nd annual ICA Conference. Phoenix, AZ, 24 may 2012.

Participant in the Paradox in the Net: Agency Versus Control and the Struggle for Performance and Participation workshop, preceding the Internet Research 12.0: Performance and Participation conference. Seattle, WA, 10-13 october 2011.

Participant in the 2011 Summer Doctoral Programme at the Oxford Internet Institute, july 11-22 2011.

Representative at the Board for IT-related issues, Uppsala University

Information officer for the Third Scandinavian Conference on IS & The 35th IRIS Seminar.

Visiting scholar, School of Communication and Information, Rutgers University, NJ, USA, january – march, 2011.

I worked as director of communication for The Swedish IT-User Centre (NITA) from april 2010 to may 2012.