Sjøvaag, Helle & Kvalheim, Nina (Forthcoming 2019) “Eventless news: Blindspots in Journalism and the ‘Long Tail’ of News Content”. Journal of Applied Journalism and Media Studies.

Sjøvaag, Helle & Krumsvik, Arne H. (2017) ”In Search of Journalism Funding: Scenarios for Future Media Policy”, Journalism Practice. DOI: 10.1080/17523786.2017.1370972.

Karlsson, Michael & Sjøvaag, Helle (2017) ”Content Analysis and Online News: Epistemologies of Analyzing the Ephemeral Web”, in Karlsson, Michael & Sjøvaag Helle (eds.) Rethinking Research Methods in an Age of Digital Journalism, London: Routledge.

Sjøvaag, Helle & Ytre-Arne, Brita (2017) “Mediene og velferdsstaten: Hva mener publikum?” [“Media and the Welfare State: What does the Audience Think?”], in Christensen, Dag Arne; Ytre-Arne, Brita & Aars Jacob (eds.) Tjenestedemokratiet: Velferdsstaten som arena for deltakelse [Service Democracy: The Welfare State as Arena for Participation], Oslo: Universitetsforlaget.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2016) “Media Diversity and the Global Superplayers: Operationalising Pluralism for a Digital Media Market”, Journal of Media Business Studies, 13 (3), 170-186.

Sjøvaag, Helle & Karlsson, Michael (2016) “Rethinking Research Methods for Digital Journalism”, in Franklin, Bob & Eldridge II, Scott (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Digital Journalism Studies, London: Routledge.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2016) “Reorientations in Print and Online News”, in Eide, Martin; Sjøvaag, Helle & Larsen, Leif Ove (eds.) Journalism Re-examined: Digital Challenges and Professional Reorientations: Lessons from Northern Europe, Bristol: Intellect.

Eide, Martin & Sjøvaag, Helle (2016) “Journalism as an Institution”, in Eide, Martin; Sjøvaag, Helle & Larsen, Leif Ove (eds.) Journalism Re-examined: Digital Challenges and Professional Reorientations: Lessons from Northern Europe, Bristol: Intellect.

Larsson, Anders Olof; Sjøvaag, Helle; Karlsson, Michael; Stavelin, Eirik & Moe, Hallvard (2016) “Sampling Liquid Journalism”, in Witschge, Tamara; Anderson, C.W.; Domingo, David & Hermida, Alfred (eds.) The SAGE Handbook of Digital Journalism. Part IV Research Strategies, Chapter 33.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2016) “Politikk, økonomi og teknologi: Journalistikkens endrede rammebetingelser”, Nordicom Information, 38 (1), pp. 20-24.

Karlsson, Michael & Sjøvaag, Helle (2015) “Content Analysis and Online News: Epistemologies of Analyzing the Ephemeral Web”, Digital Journalism, DOI: 10.1080/21670811.2015.1096619

Sjøvaag, Helle (2015) “The Emergence of Metropolitan News: Shifting Concepts of Localism in Norwegian Regional Newspapers”, Nordicom Review, 36 (2), pp. 17-32.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2015) “Hard News/Soft News: The Hierarchy of Genres and the Boundaries of the Profession”, in Carlson, Matt & Lewis, Seth (eds.) Boundaries of Journalism: Professionalism, Practices and Participation, New York: Routledge, pp. 101-117.

Sjøvaag, Helle; Stavelin, Eirik & Moe, Hallvard (2015) “Continuity and Change in Public Service News Online: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation“, Journalism Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1461670X.2015.1022204.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2015) “Introducing the Paywall: A Case Study of Content Changes in Three Online Newspapers“, Journalism Practice, DOI: 10.1080/17512786.2015.1017595.

Kvalheim, Nina & Sjøvaag, Helle (2015) “Trouble in the Markets: Differentiation in the Norwegian Financial News Landscape”, in Murdock, Graham & Gripsrud, Jostein (eds.) Money Talks: Media, Markets, Crisis, Intellect: London, pp. 113-130.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2014) “Homogenisation or Differentiation? The Effects of Consolidation in the Regional Newspaper Market”, Journalism Studies, DOI: 10.1018/1461670X.2014.885275

Sjøvaag, Helle (2014) “The Principles of Regulation and the Assumption of Media Effects”, Journal of Media Business Studies, Special Issue on Nordic media policy, 11 (1).

– with Eirik Stavelin (2014) “The Methodology of Online News Analysis: A Quantitative Approach to Ephemeral Media”, i The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies: Research Methods in Media Studies Volume 7, Darling-Wolf, Fabienne (ed.), Blackwell, pp. 475-497.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2013) “Journalistic Autonomy: Between Structure, Agency and Institutions”, Nordicom Review, Vol. 34 Special issue: New Nordic Journalism Research, pp. 155-166.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2013) “The Meaning and Function of Journalistic Ideology“, in Trivundza, Ilija Tomanic et al (eds.) Past, Future and Change: Contemporary Analysis of Evolving Media Scapes, University of Ljubljana Press: Ljubljana, pp. 135-146.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2012) “Journalistisk ideology: Profesjonsgrenser under press” [“Journalistic Ideology: Professional Boundaries under Pressure”], in Eide, Martin; Larsen, Leif Ove & Sjøvaag, Helle (eds). Nytt på nett og brett: Journalistikk i forandring [Journalism in Transition], Oslo: Universitetsforlaget.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2012) “Revenue and Branding Strategy in the Norwegian News Market: The Case of TV 2 News Channel”, Nordicom Review, 33 (1), pp. 53-66.

– with Eirik Stavelin (2012) “Web Media and the Quantitative Content Analysis: Methodological Challenges in Measuring Online News Content”, Convergence, 18 (2), 215-229.

– with Hallvard Moe & Eirik Stavelin (2012) “Public Service News on the Web: A Large-Scale Content Analysis of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation’s Online News”, Journalism Studies, 13 (1), 90-106.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2011) Journalistic Ideology: Professional Strategy, Institutional Authority and Boundary Maintenance in the Digital News Market, Dissertation for the degree philosophiae doctor (PhD), The University of Bergen

Sjøvaag, Helle (2011) “Amateur Images and Journalistic Authority”, in Pantti, Mervi & Andén-Papadopoulos, Kari (eds.) Amateur Images and Global News, Bristol, UK: Intellect.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2011) “Regulating Commercial Public Service Broadcasting: A Case Study of the Marketization of Norwegian Media Policy”, International Journal of Cultural Policy, 18 (2), 223-237.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2010) “Samfunnskontraktens opphav og ideologiske funksjon” [“The Origin and Ideological Function of the Journalistic Social Contract”], in Roppen, Johann & Allern, Sigurd (eds.) Journalistikkens samfunnsoppdrag [The Journalistic Social Contract], Oslo: Høyskoleforlaget.

– with Elgesem, Dag; Hallvard Moe, Eirik Stavelin, Maren Agdestein, Joachim Laberg, Linn Lorgen, and Gyri S. Losnegaard (2010) NRKs nyhetestilbud på Internett i 2009 [NRK’s News Online 2009], Bergen: Institutt for informasjons- og medievitenskap.

– with John Bridge (2010) “Amateur Images in the Professional News Stream”, in Gripsrud, Jostein (ed.) Relocating Television, London: Routledge.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2010) “The Reciprocity of Journalism’s Social Contract: The Political-Philosophical Foundations of Journalistic Ideology”, Journalism Studies, 11 (6), 874-888.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2009) “Objektivitetens slagmark: Krigsjournalistiske nyorienteringer” [“War Journalistic Reorientations”], in Eide, Martin (ed.) (2009) Journalistiske Nyorienteringer [Journalistic Reorientations], Scandinavian Academic Press, Oslo.

Sjøvaag, Helle (2009) “Hva er medievitenskap? En kommentar til Espen Ytreberg” [“What is Media Studies? A Comment to Espen Ytreberg”]”, Nordicom Information, no. 4, 17-18.

Sjøvaag, Helle and Moe, Hallvard (2009) ”From Fermentation to Maturity? Reflections on Media and Communication Studies. An Interview with Todd Gitlin, Jostein Gripsrud and Michael Schudson”, International Journal of Communication, Vol. 3, Feature 130-139 [Online] http://ijoc.org/ojs/index.php/ijoc/article/view/459/263 (accessed 05.01.09).

– with Hallvard Moe (2009) “The Challenges of Comparing Media Systems. An Interview with Daniel C. Hallin”, Journal of Global Mass Communication, Comparing Media Systems Reconsidered, Special Issue.



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