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15 November 2011

New volume of Northern Lights about Media and Crime: Fiction and Journalism

New volume of Northern Lights about Media and Crime: Fiction and Journalism
The complex relationship between media and crime is highlighted in the 2011 volume of Northern Lights. Film and Media Studies Yearbook.

Crime is a central theme of a vast array of fiction in books, films, TV series, computer games and web-based interactivity. Crime is also one of the most popular subjects of journalism, mediated in newspapers and their websites, electronic media and on the web, where websites dedicated to the mediation of crime are abundant.

Contributors: Gunhild Agger, Charlotte Beyer, Daniel Brodén, Torben Grodal, Kim Toft Hansen, Henrik Jensen, Palle Schantz Lauridsen, Ulrik Lehrmann, Karin Ljuslinder, Anker Brink Lund, Lisbeth Morlandstø, Jurga Mataityte-Dirziene, Stijn Reijnders, Karin Rothemund, Maloe Sniekers and Anne Marit Waade. Volume editors: Gunhild Agger and Anne Marit Waade; chief editor: Stig Hjarvard. More information about Northern Lights and this volume http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-issue,id=2074/