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Sabina Mihelj
Sabina Mihelj
Professor of Media and Cultural Analysis
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Culture is digital: Cultural participation, diversity and the digital divide
S Mihelj, A Leguina, J Downey
New media & society 21 (7), 1465-1485, 2019
2282019
Performing citizenship on YouTube: Activism, satire and online debate around the anti-Islam video Fitna
L Van Zoonen, F Vis, S Mihelj
Self-Mediation, 25-38, 2013
2182013
Media nations: Communicating belonging and exclusion in the modern world
S Mihelj
(No Title), 2011
1952011
Selling and consuming the nation: Understanding consumer nationalism
E Castelló, S Mihelj
Journal of Consumer Culture 18 (4), 558-576, 2018
1482018
Digital nationalism: Understanding the role of digital media in the rise of ‘new’nationalism
S Mihelj, C Jiménez‐Martínez
Nations and nationalism 27 (2), 331-346, 2021
1202021
YouTube interactions between agonism, antagonism and dialogue: Video responses to the anti-Islam film Fitna
L Van Zoonen, F Vis, S Mihelj
new media & society 13 (8), 1283-1300, 2011
1072011
From media systems to media cultures
S Mihelj, S Huxtable
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018
1002018
Media framings of the issue of Turkish accession to the EU: a European or national process?
T Koenig, S Mihelj, J Downey, M Gencel Bek
Innovation 19 (2), 149-169, 2006
722006
Central and Eastern European media in comparative perspective: politics, economy and culture
J Downey, S Mihelj
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2013
682013
Women responding to the anti-Islam film Fitna: Voices and acts of citizenship on YouTube
F Vis, L Van Zoonen, S Mihelj
feminist review 97 (1), 110-129, 2011
662011
Memory, post-socialism and the media: Nostalgia and beyond
S Mihelj
European Journal of Cultural Studies 20 (3), 235-251, 2017
622017
Television entertainment in socialist Eastern Europe: Between Cold War politics and global developments
S Mihelj
Popular television in Eastern Europe during and since socialism, 13-29, 2012
562012
Cosmopolitan communication online: YouTube responses to the anti‐Islam film Fitna1
S Mihelj, L Van Zoonen, F Vis
The British journal of sociology 62 (4), 613-632, 2011
562011
Television news, narrative conventions and national imagination
S Mihelj, V Bajt, M Pankov
Discourse & Communication 3 (1), 57-78, 2009
552009
Audience engagement with COVID-19 news: The impact of lockdown and live coverage, and the role of polarization
S Mihelj, K Kondor, V Štětka
Journalism Studies 23 (5-6), 569-587, 2022
542022
National media events: From displays of unity to enactments of division
S Mihelj
European Journal of Cultural Studies 11 (4), 471-488, 2008
472008
Taking time seriously? Theorizing and researching change in communication and media studies
J Stanyer, S Mihelj
Journal of Communication 66 (2), 266-279, 2016
462016
Understanding socialist television: Concepts, objects, methods
S Mihelj
Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision, 2014
462014
Comparing public spheres: Normative models and empirical measurements
J Downey, S Mihelj, T König
European Journal of Communication 27 (4), 337-353, 2012
412012
Introduction Comparing Media Systems in Central and Eastern Europe: Politics, Economy, Culture
S Mihelj, J Downey
Central and Eastern European Media in Comparative Perspective, 1-14, 2016
402016
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