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Christian Christensen

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Recent Publications:

Christensen, C. (2022). Sweden, COVID-19 and Invisible Immigrants. In I. Gammel & J. Wang (eds.), Creative Resilience and Covid-19: Figuring the Everyday in a Pandemic. London. Routledge.

Krzyżanowski, M., Ekman, M., Nilsson, P. E., Gardell, M., & Christensen, C. (2021). Uncivility, racism, and populism: Discourses and interactive practices in anti-& post-democratic communication. Nordicom Review42(1), 3-15.

Christensen, C. (2019). The Weaponization of Doubt: Reimagining Erdogan in an Era of Trump. Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 12(2), 133-148.

Christensen, M., & Christensen, C. (2019). The mediation of migration and states of expectation. In R. Retis & R. Tsagarousianou (Eds.), The handbook of diasporas, media, and culture (pp. 373–384). Wiley.

Al-saqaf, W., & Christensen, C. (2019). Tweeting in precarious times: Comparing Twitter use during the 2013 general election in Kenya and the 2012 presidential election in Egypt. In K. Voltmer, C. Christensen, I. Neverla, N. Stremlau, B. Thomass, N. Vladisavljević, & H. Wasserman (Eds.), Media, communication and the struggle for democratic change: Case studies on contested transitions (pp. 133–158). Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave MacMillan.

K. Voltmer, C. Christensen, I. Neverla, N. Stremlau, B. Thomass, H. Wasserman, N. Vladisavljevic (eds.) (2019), Media, Communication and the Struggle for Democratic Change. Case Studies on Contested Transitions. London: Palgrave.

Larsson, A. O., Kalsnes, B., & Christensen, C. (2017). Elite interaction: Public service broadcasters’ use of Twitter during national elections in Norway and Sweden. Journalism Practice11(9), 1137-1157.

Christensen, C (2017) Theorising democratisation conflicts: from Liberation Technology to Media Ecology. Unpublished Working Paper. University of Leeda: MeCoDEM. ISSN 2057-4002.

Bruns, A., Enli, G, Skogerbø, E., Larsson, A. O., & Christensen, C. (eds.) (2016) The Routledge Companion to Social Media and Politics. Routledge.

Christensen, C. (2016). All Politics Is Local: Anonymous and the Steubenville/Maryville Rape Cases. In A. Bruns, G. Enli, E. Skogerbo, A. Larsson & C. Christensen (eds.), The Routledge Companion to Social Media and Politics. Routledge.

Christensen, C. (2015).  WikiLeaks and Indirect Media Reform. In J. Obar, D. Freedman, R. McChesney, & C. Martens (Eds.), Strategies for Media Reform: International Perspectives. Fordham University Press.

Christensen, C. (2015). My First Piece About Social Media: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Social Media & Society, 1(1).

Christensen, C. (Ed.) (2014). WikiLeaks: From Popular Culture to Political EconomyUSC Annenberg Press.

Christensen, C. (2014). WikiLeaks and the Afterlife of Collateral Murder. International Journal of Communication, 8: 2593–2602.

Christensen, C. & Jonsdottir, B. (2014). WikiLeaks, Transparency and Privacy: A Discussion with Birgitta Jonsdottir. International Journal of Communication, 8: 2558-2566.

Christensen, C. (2014). A Decade of WikiLeaks: So What? International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, 3(10): 273-284.

Christensen, M. & Christensen C. (2013). The Arab Spring as Meta-Event and Communicative Spaces. Television & New Media.

Christensen, C. (2013). Wave-Riding and Hashtag-Jumping: Twitter, Minority "Third Parties" and the 2012 US Elections. Information, Communication and Society.

Christensen, C. (2013). @Sweden: Curating a Nation on Twitter. Popular Communication: The International Journal of Media and Culture, 11(1): 30-46.