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Student web opens for registration 1st of December, and we invite you to come see us December 5th!
Student web opened today, 1st of December, and we invite you to come see us the 8th of December!
Nordic media student Anne Huff will present her master's thesis titled: Consumer pre-purchase decision-making in a complex channel environment Which communication channels are most important for young telecommunication consumers in Norway?
Helene Jørum presents her master's thesis titled: Twitter as a communication tool for executives
Hristo Rumenov Rashkov presents his master's thesis entitled "The other face of sport – creating a Norwegian specialized sports news website"
Caroline Bremer presents her master thesis entitled: A new era in local journalism - a qualitative study on how two local newspapers use Facebook to promote the newspaper
Marit Brovig presents her master thesis entitled "Facerape- cyberbullying or innocent fun".
To start off the celebration of the 200th anniversary of the Norwegian Constitution, the Department of Media and Communication invites all students at UiO to join us for free pizza, quiz, and information about the course MEVIT 1814.
Alvaro Daniel Ibarra Pascual presents his master thesis entitled "Possibilities of Digital Holography in Norway. A qualitative study of media innovations in content broadcasting".
Fabíola Campos da Silva presents her master's thesis entitled 'My Life. My Card.' A Textual Analysis of the Role of Print Advertising in the Sign Value Construction Process of the AMERICAN EXPRESS Cards.
Professor Robert W. McChesney, University of Illinois, gives a key note speech entitled: Will the last reporter please turn out the lights…” Journalism is dead. Long live journalism?
Upile Ndilowe presents her master's thesis entitled "An investigation of the role of communication in the Malawi Agriculture Sector Wide Approach-special Project (ASWAP-SP), a closer look at conservation agriculture: the case of mitundu extension planning area (EPA) in Chisamba village".
IMK welcomes all master candidates from the academic year 2012 - 2013 and their supervisors to the candidate celebration.
All students and staff are also invited to IMK's summer party directly after the master celebration!
Hlazo Mkandawire presents his master's thesis entitled "You can cage the singer but not the song' - Press freedom and the role of the state in Zambia."
Julia Caroline Steltzer Pettersen presents her master's thesis entitled "Renegotiating the Public Sphere. Microblogging in the People's Republic of China".