The research group Audiences & Mediated Life (AMLife) is a young, dynamic, multi-disciplinary and internationally oriented research group focused on the study of audiences in mediated societies. The name of the group is a reminder that many, if not all, aspects of our life are mediated by media, communication and technology, and hence our role as audience is vital for the conduct of everyday life and society, with far-reaching implications for democratic, public and private life. The research group recognizes the everyday as an important site of study, for through it are media, communication and technology appropriated, used and given meaning.

AMLife is dedicated to developing an audience-based agenda and perspective on current topics and debates, as well as to advance theoretical, methodological and empirical accounts of the concept of audience and emphasize its role in research on media, communication and technology. The group’s current interests reach broadly to processes of news consumption, media reception, cross-media uses, publics of cultural institutions, users of social and digital media and datafication of audiences.

The group provides teaching at the department at both Bachelor and Master levels in the area of media studies, social media, digital media, and looks at the implications of audiences, conceptualized in a variety of ways (citizens, consumers, users, produsers, etc.) for a variety of communicative contexts, including strategic communication.

Contact: David Mathieu 

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Publikationer 2016 2019

Cultural Encounters as Intervention practices

Christiansen, L. B. (red.), Galal, L. P. (red.) & Hvenegård-Lassen, K. (red.), 2019, Routledge. 128 s.

Publikation: Bog/antologi/afhandling/rapportAntologiForskningpeer review

Small acts of engagement. Reconnecting productive audience practices with everyday agency

Hartley, J. M., Kleut, J., Picone, I., Pavlíčková, T., de Ridder, S. & Romic, B., 2019, (Accepteret/In press) I : New Media & Society.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

A Matter of Trust: Plagiarism, fake sources and paradigm repair in the Danish news media

Ørsten, M., Hartley, J. M. & Wittchen, M. B., 2018, I : Journalism Studies. 19, 13, s. 1889-1898 9 s.

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftTidsskriftartikelForskningpeer review

Projekter 2017 2020

Aktiviteter 2017 2019

Mixed methods and qualitative generalization in communication research

Kim Christian Schrøder (Oplægsholder)
25 jan. 2019

Aktivitet: Tale eller præsentationForedrag og mundtlige bidrag

What do newsreaders really want to read about?

Kim Christian Schrøder (Oplægsholder)
23 jan. 2019

Aktivitet: Tale eller præsentationForedrag og mundtlige bidrag

TV 2 Lorry (Ekstern organisation)

Mads Kæmsgaard Eberholst (Medlem)
1 jan. 201931 dec. 2022

Aktivitet: MedlemsskabMedlemskab af styrelse i virksomhed eller organisation


Fellow of The International Communication Association

Kim Christian Schrøder (Modtager), 26 maj 2018

Pris: Priser, stipendier, udnævnelser