In this project we investigate the ordinary habits and practises of everyday uses of diverse media and information for families in Roskilde. We argue that a certain culture exists among the resi-dents in Roskilde, and so inspired by the concept about a ‘communicative ecology’, proposed by Jo Taachi, our research attempts to generate knowledge about this communicative network in Roskilde based on both a quantitative and a qualitative approach. We use Mohan J. Dutta’s con-cepts about culture-centered and cultural sensitivity approaches to reflect on our methods in or-der to investigate our target group further. Moreover we speak of an information practice, based on Andreas Reckwitz practice theory, which we apply to the analysis of our empirical data. This study then aims to propose an inviting product to Roskilde University’s event regarding the upcoming national park ‘Skjoldungernes Land’. Our purpose is therefore to suggest how this product can adapt to a joint communicative context in the area of Roskilde based on our empiri-cal research.
|Uddannelser||Kommunikation, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||5 jan. 2015|
|Vejledere||Jonas Agerbæk Jeppesen|
- Nationalpark, Roskilde Kommune, Mediebrug
- RUC, Skjoldungernes Land, Praksisteori, Kvalitativ og kvantitative studie
- Nationalpark Skjoldungernes Land