....Figenschou & Ihlebæk med ny artikkel - utfordring av journalistisk autoritet..New article by Figenschou & Ihlebæk - Challenging Journalistic Authority....

....Figenschou & Ihlebæk med ny artikkel - utfordring av journalistisk autoritet..New article by Figenschou & Ihlebæk - Challenging Journalistic Authority....

Tine Ustad Figenschou og Karoline Ihlebæk har skrevet en ny artikkel publisert i Journalism Studies. Artikkelen: Challenging Journalistic Authority - Media criticism in far-right alternative media, baserer seg på en kvalitativ analyse av 600 nyhetartikler fra alternativer ytre-høyre nettsteder og analyserer hvordan journalistisk autoritet utfordres og settes spørsmålstegn ved.

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Over the last decade, a network of far-right alternative online media has emerged globally. At the same time, legacy news media have suffered a decline in trust and revenues. In this context, the present article analyses how journalistic authority is questioned and challenged in far-right alternative media, highlighting how these websites claim authority as media critics. The study rests on a qualitative analysis of 600 news articles published on far-right alternative online sites containing evaluations of legacy news media or journalists; it identifies five different positions of authority employed by far-right media critics, constituted around particular forms of knowledge: (i) the insider position (knowledge of the professional journalistic field); (ii) the expert position (factual legitimacy built on statistics and facts); (iii) the victim position (experiential legitimacy as media victim); (iv) the citizen position (democratic legitimacy/representing the people) and (v) the activist position (street legitimacy through confrontation and active resistance).

..Tine Ustad Figenschou and Karoline Ihlebæk have published a new article in Journalism Studies. The article: Challenging Journalistic Authority - Media criticism in far-right alternative media, is based on a qualitative analysis of 600 news articles from far-right alternative online sites and analyses how journalistic authority is questioned and challenged.

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Full abstract for the article:

Over the last decade, a network of far-right alternative online media has emerged globally. At the same time, legacy news media have suffered a decline in trust and revenues. In this context, the present article analyses how journalistic authority is questioned and challenged in far-right alternative media, highlighting how these websites claim authority as media critics. The study rests on a qualitative analysis of 600 news articles published on far-right alternative online sites containing evaluations of legacy news media or journalists; it identifies five different positions of authority employed by far-right media critics, constituted around particular forms of knowledge: (i) the insider position (knowledge of the professional journalistic field); (ii) the expert position (factual legitimacy built on statistics and facts); (iii) the victim position (experiential legitimacy as media victim); (iv) the citizen position (democratic legitimacy/representing the people) and (v) the activist position (street legitimacy through confrontation and active resistance).

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