Niamh Ni Bhroin

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Academic Interests

My research is driven by a motivation to understand how users of digital media can engage in processes of innovation in order to bring about social change.  I critically explore empirical cases of media innovation using theories and concepts relating to user empowerment and participation, primarily in the context of social and digital media.  In connection with this, my postdoctoral research (2015-2020) also explores how children develop digital media literacy.  

I was awarded a PhD at the University of Oslo in 2015.  My PhD explored how users of minority languages created new opportunities for communication in Social Media. 

I have taught courses in media history and media institutions, research methods, and journalism at the Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo. 

Tags: Media Innovation, Social Media-Innovation, Media and communication, Social media, Children and Media, Minority Languages, Participation, Media Use and Users, Research Methods, Research Ethics, Digital Media Literacy

Publications

Ni Bhroin, Niamh & Rehder, Mads Middelboe. (2018) Norwegian children (aged 9-15)'s use and understanding of conceptual frameworks relating to the Internet and digital media. : EU Kids Online 

Krumsvik, Arne H.; Milan, Stefania; Ni Bhroin, Niamh & Storsul, Tanja (2018). Making (Sense of) Media Innovations, In Mark Deuze & Mirjam Prenger (ed.),  Making Media: Production, Practices, and Professions.  Amsterdam University Press.  ISBN 9789462988118.  Chapter 14.

Ní Bhroin, N. (2015).  Social Media-Innovation: The Case of Indigenous Tweets.  The Journal of Media Innovations. Vol 2(1) pp. 89-106

Skogerbø, Eli; Josefsen, Eva & Ni Bhroin, Niamh (2015). Samepolitikk på dagsordenen, I: Bjørn Bjerkli & Per Selle (red.),  Samepolitikkens utvikling.  Gyldendal Akademisk. ISBN 978-82-05-48262-3.  10.  pp. 249 - 273

Ní Bhroin, N. (2013). Small Pieces in a Social Innovation Puzzle? Exploring the Motivations of Minority Language Users in Social Media. In T. Storsul and A.H. Krumsvik (2013) Media Innovations: A Multidisciplinary Study of Change.  Göteborg: Nordicom pp. 219-238

  • Krumsvik, Arne H.; Milan, Stefania; Ni Bhroin, Niamh & Storsul, Tanja (2018). Making (Sense of) Media Innovations, In Mark Deuze & Mirjam Prenger (ed.),  Making Media: Production, Practices, and Professions.  Amsterdam University Press.  ISBN 9789462988118.  Chapter 14.

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  • Ni Bhroin, Niamh; Ljungblad, Sarah; Serholt, Sofia; Milosevic, Tijana; Nørgård, Rikke Toft; Lindgren, Pamela; Ess, Charles Melvin & Barendregt, Wolmet (2018). Critical Robotics: Exploring a New Paradigm.
  • Ni Bhroin, Niamh & McMonagle, Sarah (2018). Mind your (Irish) Language! Knowledge Creation in Minority Languages on Wikipedia.
  • Ni Bhroin, Niamh & Rehder, Mads Middelboe (2018). Norwegian children (aged 9-15)'s use and understanding of conceptual frameworks relating to the Internet and digital media.
  • Ni Bhroin, Niamh & Rehder, Mads Middelboe (2018). Using digital technologies to interact with friends at a Youth Club – a study of how varying access to technologies influences opportunities for social interaction at a youth club in Copenhagen.
  • Ni Bhroin, Niamh & Skogerbø, Eli (2018). #NRK Rein: Exploring a mainstream and multi-platform Indigenous Media production by a Public Service Broadcaster as a Media Innovation.
  • Nørgård, Rikke Toft; Ess, Charles Melvin & Ni Bhroin, Niamh (2018). Robot Teachers: Towards a Phronetic Model for Future-Oriented Education Design.
  • Sand, Stine Agnete; Ni Bhroin, Niamh & Rasmussen, Torkel (2018). Indigenous Journalism, Innovation and Social Change.
  • Sand, Stine Agnete; Rasmussen, Torkel & Ni Bhroin, Niamh (2018). Indigenous Journalism, Media Innovations and Social Change.
  • Ni Bhroin, Niamh (2015). Lost in Space? Social Media-Innovation and Minority Language Use. Full text in Research Archive.

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Published Dec. 11, 2012 1:50 PM - Last modified Sep. 7, 2018 12:01 PM