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Kenneth Andresen

Professor

E-mail:
kenneth.andresen@uia.no
Telephone:
38 14 22 74
Mobile:
996 95 042
Office:
D4021 ( Universitetsveien 25, Kristiansand )
Website:
http://agder.academia.edu/KennethAndresen
Department:
Department of Nordic and Media Studies

Projects

Horizon2020 project RePAST (2018-2021). Project leader for University of Agder in this international research project dealing with Europe's troubled past. 

Research project: Transitional justice and transitional journalism (Lancaster University (UK) og British Academy), 2018-2019

Member of the Worlds of Journalism Study http://www.worldsofjournalism.org/ )

Research group Journalism and New Visualities at Department of Nordic and Media Studies, University of Agder.

My page at Academia.edu: http://agder.academia.edu/KennethAndresen  

Background

PhD in Media Studies and Journalism from University of Oslo (2015). PhD Dissertation: Journalism under pressure. The case of Kosovo.

M.A. in Communication from Wheaton College Graduate School (1994), Wheaton, IL, USA.

Areas of work: Journalism, Media Studies, Production studies in media and journalism, Balkan, Kosovo, International media support, Global journalism.

Academic interests

Communication

Media Production

Media Studies

Journalism

Last changed: 2018-02-27 14:03:28

Publications

  • Andresen Kenneth, Hoxha Abit, Godole Jonila, New Roles for Media in the Western Balkans: A study of transitional journalism (2017). Journalism Studies . ISSN 1461-670X. 18 (5), s 614 - 628 doi: 10.1080/1461670X.2016.1268928
  • Hoxha Abit, Andresen Kenneth, Training journalists in times of transition: The case of Kosovo. (2017). Journalism Education . ISSN 2050-3903. 6 (2), s 37 - 47
  • Andresen Kenneth Erfaringer fra Kosovo - kan medieledelse eksporteres? (2015).
  • Andresen Kenneth, Paterson Chris, Hoxha Abit, The manufacture of an International News Event. The Day Kosovo Was Born (2012). Journalism - Theory, Practice & Criticism . ISSN 1464-8849. 13 (1), s 103 - 120 doi: 10.1177/1464884911400846
  • Andresen Kenneth Fikseren: mer enn journalistens usynlige hjelper? (2009). Norsk Medietidsskrift . ISSN 0804-8452. 15 (2), s 146 - 149
  • Andresen Kenneth Producing ‘protocol news’ in Kosovo’s public broadcaster: Journalism culture in a transitional risk society (2009). Conflict & Communication Online . ISSN 1618-0747. (2), s -
  • Andresen, Kenneth (1998). Mediekunnskap 4 Radio. ISBN 8256243856. 202 s.
  • Andresen Kenneth I forskningens Champion League (2018).
  • Andresen Kenneth, Hoxha Abit, Working conditions and threats dichotomy for journalists in trensitional societies and influence in media production: The case of Western Balkans. (2017).
  • Hoxha Abit, Andresen Kenneth, Training journalists in times of transition: The case of Kosovo. (2017). Journalism Education . ISSN 2050-3903. 6 (2), s 37 - 47
  • Abit Hoxha, Andresen Kenneth, Transitional Journalism: Kosovar journalists dealing with the past (2017).
  • Andresen Kenneth Lack of trust in a post-truth age: Journalists and long-term fake news in the Western Balkans (2017).
  • Andresen Kenneth, Abit Hoxha, Journalism and dealing with the past: Transitional journalism and the Worlds of Journalism Study (WJS) (2017).
  • Andresen Kenneth, Hoxha Abit, Hoxha-Dubronaj Arbesa, Journalists in Kosovo. Country Report from the Worlds of Journalism Study (WJS), 2012-2016 (2017).
  • Andresen Kenneth, Hoxha Abit, Godole Jonila, New Roles for Media in the Western Balkans: A study of transitional journalism (2017). Journalism Studies . ISSN 1461-670X. 18 (5), s 614 - 628 doi: 10.1080/1461670X.2016.1268928
  • Andresen Kenneth, Hoxha Abit, Challenges in a transitional society: journalistic ethics in Kosovo (2016).
  • Andresen Kenneth Book review: Ambitious and timely about international journalism: Kristin Skare Orgeret and William Tayeebwa (eds.): Journalism in Conflict and Post-Conflict Conditions. Worldwide Perspectives. Nordicom, 2016 (2016). Norsk Medietidsskrift . ISSN 0804-8452. 23 (4), s 1 - 4 doi: 10.18261

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