2022 - Research.com Law and Political Science in Norway Leader Award
Politics, Political economy, Political communication, Democracy and Social science are her primary areas of study. Toril Aalberg works mostly in the field of Politics, limiting it down to topics relating to Comparative research and, in certain cases, Journalism. Her Political economy research incorporates themes from Empirical research, Economy and Relativism.
Her Political communication study combines topics in areas such as Public relations, Post-industrial society, Political culture, Polarization and Populism. The concepts of her Democracy study are interwoven with issues in Immigration, Opposition and Media studies. Her work deals with themes such as American political science and Commercialization, which intersect with Social science.
Toril Aalberg mostly deals with Politics, Political economy, Public relations, Political communication and News media. Toril Aalberg is interested in Democracy, which is a field of Politics. Her research in Political economy intersects with topics in Economic growth, Economy, Populism and World War II.
In Public relations, Toril Aalberg works on issues like Media consumption, which are connected to Public finance. Her Political communication research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Phenomenon, Political culture and American political science. Her study in News media is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Media relations, Journalism, Public service and Newspaper.
Her primary areas of study are Politics, Populism, Political economy, Political communication and Public relations. Her studies deal with areas such as Comparative research and Test as well as Politics. Her Populism research includes elements of Unemployment and Political engagement.
Her Political economy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Government and Public broadcasting. Her Political communication research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Phenomenon and Field. Her Public relations research incorporates elements of Journalism and News media.
Her primary areas of investigation include Politics, Political communication, Political economy, Populism and Phenomenon. Her Political communication study combines topics in areas such as Democracy and Public relations. Her Democracy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Post-industrial society, Polarization, Political culture and Relativism.
Her Political economy research includes elements of Peer review, Unemployment and Political engagement. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Test, Field and Mass media. Her Phenomenon study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Comparative research, Journalism, Media studies and Expression.
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The framing of politics as strategy and game: A review of concepts, operationalizations and key findings
Toril Aalberg;Jesper Strömbäck;Claes H. de Vreese.
Journalism: Theory, Practice & Criticism (2012)
Populist Political Communication in Europe
Toril Aalberg;Frank Esser;Carsten Reinemann;Jesper Strömbäck.
Political communication in a high-choice media environment: a challenge for democracy?
Peter van Aelst;Jesper Strömbäck;Toril Aalberg;Frank Esser.
Annals of the International Communication Association (2017)
Media Systems and the Political Information Environment: A Cross-National Comparison
Toril Aalberg;Peter van Aelst;James Curran.
The International Journal of Press/Politics (2010)
How Media Inform Democracy: A Comparative Approach
Toril Aalberg;James Curran.
Political Information Opportunities in Europe A Longitudinal and Comparative Study of Thirteen Television Systems
Frank Esser;Claes H. de Vreese;Jesper Strömbäck;Peter van Aelst.
The International Journal of Press/Politics (2012)
Do Attitudes About Immigration Predict Willingness to Admit Individual Immigrants? A Cross-National Test of the Person-Positivity Bias
Shanto Iyengar;Simon Jackman;Solomon Messing;Nicholas Valentino.
Public Opinion Quarterly (2013)
Auntie Knows Best? Public Broadcasters and Current Affairs Knowledge
Stuart Soroka;Blake Andrew;Toril Aalberg;Shanto Iyengar.
British Journal of Political Science (2013)
Economic and Cultural Drivers of Immigrant Support Worldwide
Nicholas A. Valentino;Stuart N. Soroka;Shanto Iyengar;Toril Aalberg.
British Journal of Political Science (2017)
International TV News, Foreign Affairs Interest and Public Knowledge: A Comparative Study of Foreign News Coverage and Public Opinion in 11 Countries
Toril Aalberg;Stylianos Papathanassopoulos;Stuart Soroka;James Curran.
Journalism Studies (2013)
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