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Kristin Skare Orgeret

Kristin Skare Orgeret

About

Research and teaching in media and journalism with particular focus on media in conflict, media’s societal role, and power relations.

Dr. Art with her dissertation on public service broadcasting in post-apartheid South Africa.

Heading the research group MEKK – Media in War and Conflict, with Roy Krøvel. MEKK organizes annual Safety of Journalists conferences every first week in November. Please see: https://www.oslomet.no/forskning/forskningsgrupper/mekk

Leading the NRC-funded project ‘Decoding Digital Media in African regions of Conflict’ (DD-MAC) with partners from the Netherlands, Ethiopia, Mali, and with Norwegian SIMULA (2021–2025).

Leading the Intpart project ‘Safety Matters’ on journalist safety, with Roy Krøvel. Partners in Brazil, South Africa, and the USA (2021–2025).

Research projects

Scientific publications

Orgeret, Kristin (2021). Introduction: Reporting on Processes of Peace and Conflict. Orgeret, Kristin (Ed.). Insights on Peace and Conflict Reporting. Introduction. Routledge.

Orgeret, Kristin (2021). Insights on Peace and Conflict Reporting. ISBN: 9780367859008. 182 p. Routledge.

Orgeret, Kristin; Mutsvairo, Bruce; Ragnedda, Massimo (2021). Era or error of transformation? Assessing afrocentric attributes to digitalization. Information, Communication & Society .

Røsok-Dahl, Heidi; Orgeret, Kristin (2020). Sports Journalism, Interns and #MeToo – did anything change?. Journalistica .

Orgeret, Kristin; Tayeebwa, William (2020). Rethinking Safety of Journalists. Media and Communication . Vol. 8.

Selnes, Florence Namasinga; Orgeret, Kristin Skare (2020). Activism as political action in Uganda: The role of social media. Journal of African Media Studies . Vol. 12.

Orgeret, Kristin; Rønning, Helge (2020). Political communication in East Africa: an introduction. Journal of African Media Studies . Vol. 12.

Orgeret, Kristin; Selnes, Florence Namasinga (2020). Social media in Uganda: revitalising news journalism?. Media, Culture and Society . Vol. 42.

Orgeret, Kristin (2020). Discussing Emotions in Digital Journalism. Digital Journalism . Vol. 8.
https://doi.org/10.1080/21670811.2020.1727347

Idås, Trond; Orgeret, Kristin; Backholm, Klas (2020). #MeToo, Sexual Harassment and Coping Strategies in Norwegian Newsrooms. Media and Communication . Vol. 8.

Selnes, Florence Namasinga; Orgeret, Kristin (2020). Women and Election Activism in Uganda: The Pads4Girls Social Media Campaign. Ndlela, Martin Nkosi; Mano, Winston (Ed.). Social Media and Elections in Africa, Volume 2. 3. p. 31-58. Palgrave Macmillan.

Orgeret, Kristin (2019). Higher education institutions and transformational development: Ways forward. Halvorsen, Tor; Orgeret, Kristin; Krøvel, Roy (Ed.). Sharing knowledge, transforming Societies : The Norhed programme 2013-2020. 24. p. 557-570. African Minds.

Orgeret, Kristin; Tayeebwa, William (2019). Bridging gaps, building futures: Global journalism and local practices. Halvorsen, Tor; Orgeret, Kristin; Krøvel, Roy (Ed.). Sharing knowledge, transforming Societies : The Norhed programme 2013-2020. Kap.3. p. 83-104. African Minds.

Halvorsen, Tor; Orgeret, Kristin; Krøvel, Roy (2019). Sharing knowledge, transforming Societies : The Norhed programme 2013-2020. ISBN: 9781928502005. 570 p. African Minds. 10.5281/zenodo.3607371

Eide, Elisabeth; Orgeret, Kristin; Mutluer, Nil (2019). Global Connections. Eide, Elisabeth; Orgeret, Kristin; Mutluer, Nil (Ed.). Transnational Othering - Global Diversities. Media, Extremism and Free Expression. Chapter 1. p. 9-23. Nordicom.

Eide, Elisabeth; Orgeret, Kristin; Mutluer, Nil (2019). Transnational Othering - Global Diversities. Media, Extremism and Free Expression. ISBN: 978-91-88855-18-3. 332 p. Nordicom.

Sletteland, Anja; Orgeret, Kristin (2019). Game of Trond - en slagmark i kampen om #metoo. Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift .

Orgeret, Kristin (2019). Profesjonsdilemmaer i den norske #metoo-dekningen. Norsk Medietidsskrift . Vol. 106.

Fadnes, Ingrid; Krøvel, Roy; Orgeret, Kristin (2019). Where are we now? – (Almost) a decade with the UN Plan of Action on the Safety of Journalists and the Issue of Impunity. 6 p. Conflict & Communication Online . Vol. 18.
http://www.cco.regener-online.de/2019_1/pdf/introd...

Orgeret, Kristin (2018). Gender in African Media Studies. Mutsvairo, Bruce (Ed.). The Palgrave Handbook of Media and Communication Research in Africa. 19. p. 347-368. Palgrave Macmillan.
https://www.palgrave.com/la/book/9783319704425#abo...

Orgeret, Kristin (2017). Researcher and activist - marching for science and academic freedom. Nordicom Information . Vol. 39.

Orgeret, Kristin (2016). The unexpected body: From Sara Baartman to Caster Semenya. Journal of African Media Studies . Vol. 8.

Orgeret, Kristin (2016). Is Peace a Smiling Woman? Femininities and Masculinities in Conflict and Peace Coverage. Lippe, Berit von der; Ottosen, Rune (Ed.). Gendering War and Peace Reporting. Some Insights - some Missing Links. 12. p. 207-223. Nordicom.

Orgeret, Kristin (2016). Cheap clothes: Distant disasters. Journalism turning suffering into practical action. Journalism - Theory, Practice & Criticism . Vol. 19.

Orgeret, Kristin (2016). Dialogues and Difficulties. Transnational Cooperation in Journalism Education. Hovden, Jan Fredrik; Nygren, Gunnar; Zilliacus-Tikkanen, Henrika (Ed.). Becoming a Journalist: Journalism Education in the Nordic Countries. 15. p. 241-257. Nordicom.

Orgeret, Kristin (2016). Women making News. Conflict and Post-Conflict in the Field. Orgeret, Kristin; Tayeebwa, William (Ed.). Journalism in conflict and post conflict conditions. Worldwide perspectives. 5. p. 99-115. Nordicom.

Orgeret, Kristin (2016). Conflict and Post-Conflict Journalism. Worldwide Perspectives. Orgeret, Kristin; Tayeebwa, William (Ed.). Journalism in conflict and post conflict conditions. Worldwide perspectives. Introduction. Nordicom.

Orgeret, Kristin; Tayeebwa, William (2016). Journalism in conflict and post conflict conditions. Worldwide perspectives. ISBN: 9789187957246. 202 p. Nordicom.

Orgeret, Kristin (2016). Women in War. Challenges and Possibilities for female journalists covering wars and conflicts. Carlsson, Ulla (Ed.). Freedom of Expression and Media in Transition. Studies and Reflections in the Digital Age. 18. p. 165-176. Nordicom.

Orgeret, Kristin (2016). Crowdfunding - a Harambee for African Journalism. Mutsvairo, Bruce (Ed.). Participatory politics and citizen journalism in a networked Africa: A connected continent. Kapittel 9. p. 139-157. Palgrave Macmillan.





These publications are obtained from Cristin. The list may be incomplete