Wes Anderson Palettes for Tableau

Image from Tableau Community Forums.

A colleague alerted me to the existence of the Wes Anderson color palettes for R, which of course has led to a serious reconsideration on my part regarding the ways in which I usually format my graphs. For reference, please visit this page. As I like to do data […]

“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 […]

Guest lecture in Uppsala

Just back in Oslo from a guest lecture in Uppsala – at the department where I worked for several years and got my Ph. D. I was invited by the alumni organisation at the university to talk about some of my ongoing research regarding the 2018 Swedish election. Hopefully I’ll be able to present […]

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 […]

Convergence editorial board membership

I am pleased to announce that I have accepted the offer to serve on the editorial board of Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. A truly interdisciplinary journal, Convergence features scholarship emanating from humanities and from the social sciences. As I mostly associate myself with the latter of these two […]

Exchange in Antwerp

Spending a couple of days at the University of Antwerpen, Department of Communication Studies as part of an ERASMUS staff mobility exchange, hosted by Hilde Van den Bulck. While here, I’ve guest lectured in a journalism studies class organised by Steve Paulussen and a political communication class organised by Peter Van Aelst. Moreover, I […]

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).