ITU
ITU

Culture and Communication

Organisational unit: Research Group

IT University of Copenhagen
Rued Langgaards Vej 7
DK-2300 Copenhagen S
Denmark

Research Group Coordinator

Gitte Bang Stald (stald@itu.dk)

Organisation profile

The Culture & Communication Research group (C2) is constituted by scholars with an interdisciplinary research agenda positioned at the intersection of media and communication, culture and social science. The use, development, and social integration of digital media are investigated in broader social and cultural contexts, focusing on the way in which people use media and the cultural and social implications of media engagement at the level of society, groups, networks and individuals. The academic background and methods of the researchers originate from communication studies, media studies, sociology, psychology and information sciences, literary studies, cultural studies and the sociology of culture. The group investigates the contexts of technology use and identifies how existing technologies functions and develop as a result of the complex interplay of individual, social and cultural concerns, on both a local and global scale.

C2 is a platform for theoretical, methodological, and analytical discussions and collaborations across the various research foci and interests. Scholars affiliated with C2 are also working in research projects and research networks with focus on specific research problems, theoretical and methodological traditions. C2 serve as a forum for scholarly exchange, knowledge sharing, and inspiration and hence supports the work that is ongoing in the various research projects and – networks, and vice versa do the research groups and – networks build the scholarly foundation of C2.

C2 members engage in a broad variety of research projects and –networks. Four projects and networks are strongly represented in C2: DECIDIS (Democracy and Citizenship in Digital Society), Digital Joy, Death Online, and IT i Folkeskolen.

  1. 2017
  2. Published

    Den digitale borger

    Hjelholt, M. & Schou, J. 2 Nov 2017 København: Hans Reitzel. 172 p.

    Research output: ResearchBook

  3. Published

    Vores sociale liv er det samme på en anden måde

    Gotved, S. 18 Oct 2017 1 p.

    Research output: CommunicationOther contribution

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    Everyday Struggels with Technology

    Mahnke, M. & Schwartz, S. A. 17 Aug 2017

    Research output: Research - peer-reviewConference abstract for conference

  6. Published

    ‘You can dance your prototype if you like’: independent filmmakers adapting the hackathon

    Karlsen, J. & Løvlie, A. S. 18 Jul 2017 In : Digital Creativity. 28, 3, p. 224-239 16 p.

    Research output: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

  7. Published

    Ny vision for offentlig digitalisering: Lad kuglerammen og stopuret hvile

    Hjelholt, M. & Schou, J. 10 Jun 2017

    Research output: CommunicationNet publication - Internet publication

  8. Published

    Who are we – the digital citizens?

    Schou, J. & Hjelholt, M. 6 Jun 2017

    Research output: CommunicationNet publication - Internet publication

  9. Published

    The moral economy of the digital welfare state: fostering efficiency and nurturing neoliberalism

    Schou, J. & Hjelholt, M. Jun 2017

    Research output: Research - peer-reviewConference abstract for conference

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    Cloaked Facebook pages: Exploring fake Islamist propaganda in social media

    Farkas, J. D., Schou, J. & Neumayer, C. 19 May 2017 In : New Media & Society. p. 1-18 18 p.

    Research output: Research - peer-reviewJournal article

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