publication . Article . 2016

Utspørrerne. Journalistisk strategi og forskjellsbehandling i stortingsvalget 2013

Eirik Vatnøy; Jan L. Svennevig; Magnus Hoem Iversen;
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  • Published: 30 Sep 2016 Journal: Norsk medietidsskrift, volume 22, pages 1-25 (issn: 0804-8452, eissn: 0805-9535, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Scandinavian University Press / Universitetsforlaget AS
  • Country: Norway
Abstract
Political interviews during election campaigns are an important source of information on political parties and programs for citizens. The kind of information the interviews produce is highly dependent on the interaction between journalist and politician. This article examines the journalistic strategies that faced party leaders on NRK and TV 2 in 2013. The material consists of 17 political interviews, evaluated with models from conversation analysis in order to describe degrees of adversarialness. We compare our findings from similar studies made in 2009 and 2005. Our most important findings are that party leaders were being asked more open questions than previo...
Subjects
free text keywords: partilederutspørringer, valgkamp, samtaleanalyse, retorikk, politisk kommunikasjon, Politisk kommunikasjon., Politiskkommunikasjon., Communication. Mass media, P87-96, Political science
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