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ISSN: 2165-7912

Journal of Mass Communication & Journalism
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Bengt Johansson

Bengt Johansson
Bengt Johansson
Professor
Department of Journalism, Media and Communication
University of Gothenburg
Sweden
University of Gothenburg

Biography

Bengt Johansson is Professor in Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. He has published book and articles on a wide range of topics inside the field och political communication (media effects, political scandals, political advertising, election news coverage, opinion formation) and is currently writing a book on Swedish election posters (with Hakansson and Vigsø). Among his international publications are works on local media (“Journalism and the Scrutiny of Local Politics”) in Journalism studies (2006), political scandals (“Talk Scandals”) in Media, Culture and Society (2008) and third-person effects (“The Third-Person Effect: Only a Media Perception?”) in Nordicom review (2005).
 

Research Interest

Political Communication

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Publications

Local or Not? The Impact of Political System Factors on Media Election Coverage

Bengt Johansson and Erik Wettergren Mörtenberg
Review Article: J Mass Communicat Journalism 2013, 3: 164
DOI: 10.4172/2165-7912.1000164
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