• Døving, Cora Alexa & Siv Ellen Kraft (2013). Religion i pressen. Oslo: Universitetsforlaget. 214 sider.
  • Lundby, Knut (ed.) (2013). Religion Across Media. From Early Antiquity to Late Modernity. New York: Peter Lang. Introduction og kapittel 1, 4, 7, 8, 9, 11 og 12. 119 sider.
    Følgende kapitler på pensum:
    • Echchaibi, Nabil. 2003. “Taming the West : Mediations of Muslim Modernities
    • Hoover, Stewart M. 2013. “Evolving Religion in the Digital Media.” In Religion Across Media: From Early Antiquity to Late Modernity
    • Knott, Kim. 2013. “Religion, Space, and Contemporary Media.
    • Lied, Liv Ingeborg. 2013. “Manuscript Culture and the Myth of Golden Beginnings
    • Lundby, Knut. 2013. “Media and Transformations of Religion.”
    • Meyer, Birgit. 2013. “Material Mediations and Religious Practices of World-Making.”
    • Thurfjell, David. 2013. “Mediating Gypsiness through the Holy Spirit : Pentecostalism and Social Mobilization among European Roma.”
  • Hjarvard, Stig & Mia Lövheim (eds.) (2012). Mediatization and Religion. Nordic Perspectives. Göteborg: Nordicom. 193 sider.
    Følgende kapitler på pensum:
    • Reintoft Christensen, Henrik. 2012. “Mediatization, Deprivatization, and Vicarious Religion. Coverage of Religion and Homosexuality in the Scandinavian Mainstream Press.” 16 sider.
    • Lundby, Knut, and Kjersti Thorbjørnsrud. 2012. “Mediatization of Controversy. When the Security Police Went on Facebook.” 14 sider.
    • Sumiala, Johanna. 2012. “Ritualising Death in the Media. Symbolic Immortality, The Immanent Frame, and School Shootings.” 20 sider.
    • Lövheim, Mia. 2012. “A Voice of Their Own. Young Muslim Women, Blogs and Religion.” 18 sider.
    • Galal, Ehab. 2012. “Belonging through Believing. Becoming Muslim through Islamic Programming.” 18 sider.
    • Nybro Petersen, Line. 2012. “Danish Twilight Fandom. Transformative Processes of Religion.” 20 sider.
    • Lied, Liv Ingeborg. 2012. “Religious Change and Popular Culture. With a Nod to the Mediatization of Religion Debate.” 20 sider.


Artikler og bøker i Fronter

  • Lövheim, Mia. 2013. “Media and Religion through the Lens of Feminist and Gender Theory.” In Media, Religion and Gender Key Issues and New Challenges. New York: Routledge. 17 sider.
  • Schofield Clark, Lynn, and Grace Chiou. 2013. “Revealing the Feminist Orientation in the Methodologies of the Media, Religion, and Culture Field.” In Media, Religion and Gender: Key Issues and New Challenges (Paperback) Book Cover Media, Religion and Gender Key Issues and New Challenges. New York: Routledge. 17 sider).
  • Lundby, Knut (ed.) Contesting Religion: The Media Dynamics of Cultural Conflicts in Scandinavia (under publisering) 248 sider.
    Følgende kapitler er på pensum:
    • Lundby, Knut. 2018. “Introduction: Religion and Media in Cultural Conflicts. 8 sider. 2018.
    • Lövheim Mia, Jernsletten, Haakon H., Herbert, David E., Lundby, Knut & Hjarvard, Lundby. 2018 . “Attitudes: Tendencies and Variations”. 19sider.

    • Hjarvard, Stig &Lundby, Knut. 2018. ”Understanding Media Dynamics.” 13 sider.
    • Lövheim, Mia  & Lied, Liv Ingeborg. 2018. Approaching Contested Religion” 18 sider. 
    • Lundby, Knut, Hjarvard, Stig, Lövheim, Mia, & Abdel-Fadil, Mona. 2018. "Perspectives:
Cross-Pressures on Public Service Media.” 16 sider. 
    • Abdel-Fadil, Mona. 2018. “Nationalizing Christianity and Hijacking Religion on Facebook” 25 sider.
    • Hjarvard, Stig  & Rosenfeldt, Mattias Pape. 2018. “Planning Public Debate: Beyond Entrenched Controversies About Islam” 14 sider.
    • Lövheim, Mia, & Jensdotter, Linnea. 2018.  “Contradicting Ideals: Islam on Swedish Public Service Radio”. 21 sider.
    • Herbert, David. 2018. “Perspectives
Theorizing Mediatized Civic Settings and Cultural Conflict” 18 sider.
    • Repstad, Pål . 2018.  “Moral Involvement or Religious Scepticism? Local Christian Publications on Asylum Seekers”. 15 sider.
    • Liebmann, Louise Lund. 2018.“Media, Muslims, and Minority Tactics: Compelling Dialogues in Norway” 19 sider.
    • Lied, Liv Ingeborg & Toft, Audun. 2018.“‘Let me Entertain You’: Media Dynamics in Public Schools”. 16 sider.
    • Toft, Audun. 2018. Inescapable News Coverage: Media Influence on Lessons About Islam. 19 sider.
    • Abdel-Fadil, Mona, Liebmann, Louise Lund & Lundby, Knut. 2018. “Gender, Diversity, and Mediatization: Lessons from Scandinavian Case Studies “ 21 sider.
    • Meyer, Birgit. 2018. “Afterword: Media Dynamics of Religious Diversity”. 6 sider.



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  • Abdel-Fadil, Mona 2017. Identity Politics in a Mediatized Religious Environment on Facebook: Yes to Wearing the Cross Whenever and Wherever I Choose, Journal of Religion in Europe (under publisering). 33 sider.
  • Abdel-Fadil, Mona (2016). Conflict and Affect Among Conservative Christians on Facebook, Heidelberg Journal of Religions on the Internet, Online – 11 (2016). 26 sider.
  • Axelson, Tomas (2015). Vernacular Meaning Making. Examples of Narrative Impact in Fiction Film. Questioning the ‘Banal’ Notion in Mediatization of Religion Theory, Nordicom Review 36(2): 143–156.  14 sider.
  • Baumgartner, Christoph. 2013. “Blasphemy As Violence: Trying to Understand the Kind of Injury That Can Be Inflicted by Acts and Artefacts That Are Construed As Blasphemy.” Journal of Religion in Europe 6: 35–63. 28 sider.
  • Calhoun, Craig (2010). Rethinking Secularism, The Hedgehog Review Fall 2010, pp. 35–48.   14 sider.
  • Campbell, Heidi.( 2007). “Who’s Got the Power? Religious Authority and the Internet.” Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 12 (3): 1043–62.  19 sider.
  • Ekman, Mattias. 2015. “Online Islamophobia and the Politics of Fear: Manufacturing the Green Scare.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, 38 (11):1986–2002. 16 sider.
  • Furseth, Inger. 2017. “The Return of Religion in the Public Sphere? The Public Role of Nordic Faith Communities.” In Institutional Change in the Public Sphere: Views on the Nordic Model, edited by Fredrik Engelstad, Håkon Larsen, Jon Rogstad, and Kari Steen-Johnsen. De Gruyter Open. 19 sider.
  • Habermas, Jürgen (2006). Religion in the Public Sphere, European Journal of Philosophy 14(1): 1–25.  26 sider.
  • Herbert, David. n.d. “Theorizing Religion and Media in Contemporary Societies- An Account of Religious ‘Publicization.’” European Journal of Cultural Studies 14 (6)):626–48. 22 sider.
  • Hjarvard, Stig, and Mattias Pape Rosenfeldt. 2017. “Giving Satirical Voice to Religious Conflict: The Potentials of the Cultural Public Sphere.” Nordic Journal of Religion and Society 30 (2):136–52. 16 sider.
  • Kettell, Steven. 2013. “Faithless: The Politics of New Atheism.” Secularism and Nonreligion 2:61–72. 11 sider.
  • Lövheim, Mia (2016). Mediatization: analyzing transformations of religion from a gender perspective, Media, Culture & Society 38(1): 18–27. 10 sider.
  • McClure, Paul K. 2016. “Faith and Facebook in a Pluralistic Age: The Effects of Social Net- Working Sites on the Religious Beliefs of Emerging Adults.” Sociological Perspectives 59 (4):818–34. 16 sider.
  • Nadim, Marjan. 2017. “Ascribed Representation: Ethnic and Religious Minorities in the Mediated Public Sphere.” In Boundary Struggles: Contestations of Free Speech in the Norwegian Public Sphere, edited by Arnfinn H. Midtbøen, Kari Steen-Johnsen, and Kjersti Thorbjørnsrud, 229–56. Oslo: Cappelen Damm Akademisk. 27sider.
  • Penney, Joel. 2015. “Responding to Offending Images in the Digital Age: Censorious and Satirical Discourses in LGBT Media Activism.” Responding to Offending Images in the Digital Age: Censorious and Satirical Discourses in LGBT Media Activism. 17 sider
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