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Women’s magazines and their readers: The relationship between textual features and practices of reading
B Ytre-Arne
European Journal of Cultural Studies 14 (2), 213-228, 2011
732011
Approximately informed, occasionally monitorial? Reconsidering normative citizen ideals
B Ytre-Arne, H Moe
The International Journal of Press/Politics 23 (2), 227-246, 2018
652018
‘I want to hold it in my hands’: readers’ experiences of the phenomenological differences between women’s magazines online and in print
B Ytre-Arne
Media, Culture & Society 33 (3), 467-477, 2011
642011
Folk theories of algorithms: Understanding digital irritation
B Ytre-Arne, H Moe
Media, Culture & Society 43 (5), 807-824, 2021
592021
Women’s magazines and the public sphere
B Ytre-Arne
European Journal of Communication 26 (3), 247-261, 2011
502011
Doomscrolling, monitoring and avoiding: News use in COVID-19 pandemic lockdown
B Ytre-Arne, H Moe
Journalism Studies 22 (13), 1739-1755, 2021
492021
Me at my best: Therapeutic ideals in Norwegian women's magazines
OJ Madsen, B Ytre-Arne
Communication, Culture & Critique 5 (1), 20-37, 2012
382012
Informerte borgere?: offentlig tilknytning, mediebruk og demokrati
H Moe, JF Hovden, B Ytre-Arne, TU Figenschou, TU Nærland, ...
Universitetsforlaget, 2019
342019
An agenda in the interest of audiences: Facing the challenges of intrusive media technologies
B Ytre-Arne, R Das
Television & New Media 20 (2), 184-198, 2019
312019
Temporal ambivalences in smartphone use: Conflicting flows, conflicting responsibilities
B Ytre-Arne, T Syvertsen, H Moe, F Karlsen
new media & society 22 (9), 1715-1732, 2020
272020
The future of audiences: A foresight analysis of interfaces and engagement
R Das, B Ytre-Arne
Springer, 2018
272018
Positioning the self: Identity and women's magazine reading
B Ytre-Arne
Feminist media studies 14 (2), 237-252, 2014
232014
Media use in changing everyday life: How biographical disruption could destabilize media repertoires and public connection
B Ytre-Arne
European Journal of Communication 34 (5), 488-502, 2019
212019
Audiences, towards 2030 Priorities for audience analysis
R Das, B Ytre-Arne
202017
Women’s magazines and their readers. Experiences, identity and everyday life
B Ytre-Arne
The University of Bergen, 2012
172012
The social media experiences of long-term patients: illness, identity, and participation
B Ytre-Arne
Nordicom review 37 (1), 57, 2016
162016
Between ritual and information: Three phases of Norwegian news audiences’ sense-making of the election of Donald Trump
H Moe, B Ytre-Arne, TU Nærland
Journalism 22 (11), 2764-2780, 2021
132021
Audiences’ communicative agency in a datafied Age: Interpretative, relational and increasingly prospective
B Ytre-Arne, R Das
Communication Theory 31 (4), 779-797, 2021
112021
Gendered citizenship: The politics of representation
H Danielsen, K Jegerstedt, RL Muriaas, B Ytre-Arne
Gendered citizenship and the politics of representation, 1-13, 2016
102016
Sport, attraksjon og journalistikk. Om sportsrettigheter og publisistiske idealer
K Helland, B Ytre-Arne
Utredning for Norsk Journalistlag. From http://www. nj. no/Arkiv/2004 …, 2007
102007
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