Franziska Marquart


INVENT presentation at NordMedia 2021 on the Danish cultural Twittersphere

On Thursday, August 19, the Danish team presents the paper “#kultur – Mapping conversations about culture in the Danish Twittersphere“ at the biannual Nordmedia conference, held online due to the ongoing Covid19-situation. The study is based on the Danish data from the first phase of the INVENT data scraping and investigates to what extent Danish news organizations and cultural journalists

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Open position: Join the Danish INVENT team

The Danish INVENT-team, located at Section of Media Studies/University of Copenhagen, is looking for a postdoctoral researcher to join the team as of October 15, 2021 or as soon as possible thereafter. The position is for 30 hours a week for the rest of the project’s duration, until the end July 2023. We are looking for applicants with a profile

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European Football Championship 2021 – A tournament for everyone?

In June and July of 2021, the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) holds its championship tournament, and fans across the globe have been captivated with exciting matches for almost two weeks now. Long before the last whistle is blown, the event has sparked quite a number of controversies already, particularly on social media platforms – and not all of

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Survey data collection completed in Denmark

With a total of 1,650 completed responses, the data collection for the 2021 Danish INVENT survey ended on June 15. A slightly larger share of women than men answered the questionnaire, half of the sample is above the age of 55, and one third is between 35 and 54 years old. While the majority of participants hold the Danish citizenship,

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Conversations about culture in the Danish Twittersphere

The Danish INVENT team will present the first country-specific results of the project’s data-scraping efforts at the 2021 NordMedia online conference in August of this year. The presentation on “#kultur – Mapping conversations about culture in the Danish Twittersphere” will focus on how Danish citizens use Twitter in relation to arts and culture. It also provides a methodological report highlighting

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