Tina Askanius
Tina Askanius
Professor, Media and Communication Studies, School of Arts and Communication, Malmö
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Press coverage of the refugee and migrant crisis in the EU: A content analysis of five European countries
M Berry, I Garcia-Blanco, K Moore
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, 2016
Media experiences: Engaging with drama and reality television
A Hill
Routledge, 2018
Online social media for radical politics: climate change activism on YouTube
T Askanius, J Uldam
International journal of electronic governance 4 (1-2), 69-84, 2011
On frogs, monkeys, and execution memes: Exploring the humor-hate nexus at the intersection of neo-Nazi and alt-right movements in Sweden
T Askanius
Television & new media 22 (2), 147-165, 2021
Online civic cultures? Debating climate change activism on YouTube
J Uldam, T Askanius
International Journal of Communication 7, 20, 2013
Framing gender justice
T Askanius, JM Hartley
Nordicom Review 40 (2), 19-36, 2019
Online video activism and political mash-up genres
T Askanius
JOMEC Journal Journalism Media and Cultural Studies, 2013
Radical online video: YouTube, video activism and social movement media practices
T Askanius
Mainstreaming the alternative: The changing media practices of protest movements
T Askanius, N Gustafsson
Interface: a journal for and about social movements 2 (2), 23-41, 2010
Video for change
T Askanius
The handbook of development communication and social change, 453-470, 2014
Extreme-right responses to the European economic crisis in Denmark and Sweden: The discursive construction of scapegoats and lodestars
T Askanius, Y Mylonas
Javnost-The Public 22 (1), 55-72, 2015
Activist-Journalism and the Norm of Objectivity: Role Performance in the Reporting of the #MeToo Movement in Denmark and Sweden
J Møller Hartley, T Askanius
Journalism Practice 15 (6), 860-877, 2021
Murder fantasies in memes: fascist aesthetics of death threats and the banalization of white supremacist violence
T Askanius, N Keller
Information, Communication & Society 24 (16), 2522-2539, 2021
Protest movements and spectacles of death: From urban places to video spaces
T Askanius
Advances in the visual analysis of social movements, 105-133, 2013
Studying the Nordic Resistance Movement: three urgent questions for researchers of contemporary neo-Nazis and their media practices
T Askanius
Media, Culture & Society 41 (6), 878-888, 2019
Voices of dissent: activists’ engagements in the creation of alternative, autonomous, radical and independent media
L Cox, A Mattoni, A Berdnikovs, M Ardizzoni
Interface: a journal for and about social movements 2 (2), 1-22, 2010
Calling for confrontational action in online social media: Video activism as auto-communication
J Uldam, T Askanius
Mediation and protest movements, 159-178, 2013
DIY dying: Video activism as archive, commemoration and evidence
T Askanius
International Journal of E-Politics (IJEP) 3 (1), 12-25, 2012
Research in social movements, conflicts and change
PG Coy
Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2007
Engaging with The Bridge: cultural citizenship, cross-border identities and audiences as ‘regionauts’
T Askanius
European Journal of Cultural Studies, 2017
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