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2020
1 Kjeldsen, Jens Elmelund; Vatnøy, Eirik; Andersen, Ida Vikøren.
Skriftlig protokolanalyse. I: Retorik og metode. Samfundslitteratur 2020 ISBN 978-87-593-3520-8. p. 115-139
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2 Vatnøy, Eirik; Kjeldsen, Jens Elmelund; Andersen, Ida Vikøren.
Velgernes reaksjoner på retorikk i TV-debatter. Rhetorica Scandinavica 2020 (80) p. 1-19
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2019
3 Andersen, Ida Vikøren; Vatnøy, Eirik.
Defending Norwegian Values: The Receptive End of Ideographs in Epideictic Rhetoric.. Rhetoric in Society; 2019-09-11 - 2019-09-13
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4 Sandvik, Margareth; Kjeldsen, Jens Elmelund; Svennevig, Jan; Vatnøy, Eirik; Andersen, Ida Vikøren.
Debatt på TV – spiller det noen rolle?. Arendalsuka; 2019-08-12 - 2019-08-12
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5 Vatnøy, Eirik; Bjøntegård, Marit Kristine.
«De bare krangler». Nordmenns holdninger til TV-sendte valgdebatter. Tidsskrift for samfunnsforskning 2019 ;Volume 60.(3) p. 250-273
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6 Wheatley, Dawn; Vatnøy, Eirik.
‘It’s Twitter, a bear pit, not a debating society’: A qualitative analysis of contrasting attitudes towards social media blocklists. New Media & Society 2019 ;Volume 22.(1) p. 5-25
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2018
7 Knudsen, Erik; Iversen, Magnus Hoem; Vatnøy, Eirik.
Mistillit til den andre siden : ideologisk selektiv eksponering og tillit til røde og blå medier. Norsk Medietidsskrift 2018 ;Volume 25.(2) p. -
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2017
8 Vatnøy, Eirik.
Focus group studies of social media rhetoric. I: Rhetorical Audience Studies and Reception of Rhetoric. Exploring Audiences Empirically. Palgrave Macmillan 2017 ISBN 978-3-319-61617-9. p. 135-161
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9 Vatnøy, Eirik.
How should we understand the concept of rhetorical affordances?. Rhetoric in Society; 2017-07-03 - 2017-07-05
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10 Vatnøy, Eirik.
The fragmented audience. The televised debate as source of information and engagement in election campaigns. Audiences 2030, CEDAR Conference,; 2017-09-28 - 2017-09-29
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11 Vatnøy, Eirik.
The Rhetoric of Networked Publics: Studying Social Network Sites as Rhetorical Arenas for Political Talk. Bergen: Universitetet i Bergen 2017 (ISBN 978-82-308-3893-8) 402 p.
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2016
12 Kjeldsen, Jens Elmelund; Iversen, Magnus Hoem; Vatnøy, Eirik; Svensson, Trygve.
Forkledd festtale. Bergens Tidende 2016
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13 Nærland, Torgeir Uberg; Iversen, Magnus Hoem; Vatnøy, Eirik.
Victims of the Mainstream Media? Right Wing Populism and Political Debate in Norway. ICA preconference: Populism in, by, and Against the Media; 2016-06-09
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14 Vatnøy, Eirik.
Rejuvenating the Public Sphere: The Rhetorical Arenas of Social Media. I: Politics, Civil Society and Participation: Media and Communications in a Transforming Environment. Bremen: edition lumière 2016 ISBN 978-3-943245-54-7. p. 121-132
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15 Vatnøy, Eirik.
Three Dimensions of Political Rhetoric. International Rhetoric Workshop; 2016-08-17 - 2016-08-19
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16 Vatnøy, Eirik; Hoem Iversen, Magnus; Knudsen, Erik.
Mistrust in a High-Trust Environment: The Relationship Between Partisanship and Trust in News Media in a Multiparty-System. 6th European Communication Conference: Mediated (Dis)Continuities: Contesting Pasts, Presents and Futures; 2016-11-09 - 2016-11-12
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17 Vatnøy, Eirik; Iversen, Magnus Hoem; Svennevig, Jan.
Utspørrerne. Journalistisk strategi og forskjellsbehandling i stortingsvalget 2013. Norsk Medietidsskrift 2016 ;Volume 23.(3) p. 1-25
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2015
18 Iversen, Magnus Hoem; Vatnøy, Eirik.
Encoding/Decoding in rhetoric studies. ICA preconference: Stuart Hall and the Future of Media and Cultural Studies; 2015-05-21
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19 Vatnøy, Eirik.
Leaders' Response to Terrorism: The Role of Epideictic Rhetoric in Deliberative Democracies. Journal of Public Deliberation 2015 ;Volume 11.(2) p. -
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