....POLKOM-mandag 06.05 med Frank Esser..POLKOM-Monday 06.05 with Frank Esser....

....POLKOM-mandag 06.05 med Frank Esser..POLKOM-Monday 06.05 with Frank Esser....

Førstkommende mandag har POLKOM gleden av å invitere til mandags-seminar med Frank Esser. Han vil holde en presentasjon med tittelen Political communication trends in turbulent times – and fresh insights on the resilience toward online disinformation in the Nordic countries. Seminaret har også for anledningen blitt utvidet i tid fra 45 til 90 minutter og vil vare fra klokken 12.00 til 13.30. Seminaret finner sted på IMK, rom 418, og er åpent for alle.

This talk takes current trends and problems in international political communication research as a starting point. Two research programs are derived from these overarching trends.

One program deals with populism from a novel communication-oriented perspective. Within this communication-oriented perspective one can distinguish between (i) journalism-centered and (ii) politician or social media-centered approaches. Selected findings from current publications are presented on both approaches.

A second research program deals with online disinformation. It is brand new and first data analyses show three country clusters regarding the vulnerability of countries to online disinformation. Norway belongs (together with Finland, Sweden, Switzerland and the Netherlands) to those countries that seem to have an increased resilience against online disinformation. As these are only preliminary observations, a discussion will be useful.

..On Monday the 06.05. POLKOM has the pleasure of offering an open lunch-seminar featuring Frank Esser. Esser will give a presentation titled Political communication trends in turbulent times – and fresh insights on the resilience toward online disinformation in the Nordic countries. This will be an extended POLKOM-seminar lasting from 12.00 untill 13.30. The seminar will be held in room 418 at IMK.

This talk takes current trends and problems in international political communication research as a starting point. Two research programs are derived from these overarching trends.

One program deals with populism from a novel communication-oriented perspective. Within this communication-oriented perspective one can distinguish between (i) journalism-centered and (ii) politician or social media-centered approaches. Selected findings from current publications are presented on both approaches.

A second research program deals with online disinformation. It is brand new and first data analyses show three country clusters regarding the vulnerability of countries to online disinformation. Norway belongs (together with Finland, Sweden, Switzerland and the Netherlands) to those countries that seem to have an increased resilience against online disinformation. As these are only preliminary observations, a discussion will be useful.

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