Forskningsparken II (map)
A survey on attitudes and activities in relation to media and religion was undertaken by CoMRel in the Scandinavian countries April 2015. TNS Gallup/SIFO did the survey with web-panels in each of the three countries. A documentation of the survey is available in Norwegian at the CoMRel web.
Findings are available in the pre-print version of the article on "Religion Between Politics and Media: Conflicting Attitudes to Islam in Scandinavia" accepted for publication in Journal of Religion in Europe.
The subproject «Conflictual interactions in mixed localities» explores the intertwined role of media and religion in ethno-religious conflicts in contemporary Norway.
Contested visibility in public service media. Case studies in the main public service broadcasters in Scandinavia. Norway: Postdoc Mona Abdel-Fadil. Denmark: Professor Stig Hjarvard with Mattias Pape Rosenfeldt. Sweden: Professor Mia Lövheim with Linnea Jensdotter.
This subproject studies classroom interaction in secondary schools with pupils from varied religious backgrounds. The Norwegian part is conducted by ph.d-fellow Audun Toft and professor Liv Ingeborg Lied at MF Norwegian School of Theology. A comparison with Sweden from 2016 will focus the role of teachers in this classroom interaction. This part is directed by Mia Lövheim, Uppsala University, in cooperation with the project on "Teaching Religion in Late Modern Sweden", led by Anders Sjöborg and Malin Löfstedt with ph.d.-fellow Maximilian Broberg as the link to CoMRel.