Anne Marit Waade

Anne Marit Waade
Aarhus University | AU · Department of Aesthetics and Communication

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This chapter provides an overview of trends and technological shifts in the use of smartphones for screen tourism activities and tourism promotion, ranging from digital versions of printed maps to the locative and virtual screen tourism experiences enabled by ubiquitous mobile data. It develops a typology of screen tourism apps based on a mixed-met...
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This chapter focuses on Nordic Noir tourism as a distinct aspect of Nordic Noir as a transnational phenomenon and creative economy. The significant use of Nordic locations, climate, light, and seasons in the series is linked to the development of Nordic Noir-inspired screen tourism and is seen as market strategy for both the screen industry and the...
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This chapter introduces the large-scale research project that studied the international export of Danish television drama, ‘What Makes Danish TV Drama Series Travel?’ (2014–2019). The authors elaborate on the theoretical framework (theories on transnational television drama as well as the screen idea system model) that informs this project, before...
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This chapter focuses on the mix of political criticism and spectacular, mythical landscapes in the Swedish Arctic crime series Midnatssol (Midnight Sun, 2016–). Arctic noir not only adapts the double premises that characterize Nordic noir and Scandinavian crime fiction in general, the combination of a public-interest narrative thread, often politic...
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From Antiquity to modern times, the concept of melancholy has challenged and inspired thinkers within different disciplines. This is also the case in modern TV drama, not least the kind that has been inspired by Nordic noir. In the article, the authors demonstrate how different aspects of melancholy can be applied as a distinct analytical approach...
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This article provides a detailed analysis of how the Danish public service broadcaster DR employs external funding for its drama productions. This investigation is carried out in order to discuss the schisms involved when a public service broadcaster – whose traditional obligations arguably pertain to the national sphere – becomes a player in the i...
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In this article, the authors argue that the relative success in Great Britain of Danish television drama series marks an interesting shift in both the British and Danish context. In Denmark, it marks a shift in television’s drama production in which the exoticism of the Danish settings, landscapes, light, climate, language and everyday life become...
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In this article attention is drawn to the role played by landscapes and settings as locations in crime series, with the BBC's Wallander (2008-present) as the case study. It discusses the relationship between cinematic and televisual landscapes and film and TV production aesthetics, from theoretical and critical perspectives, arguing that landscape...
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The purpose of this article is to illuminate the significance of locations in TV series, in particular in crime series. The author presents different theoretical approaches on settings and landscapes in TV series and crime stories. By analysing both the Swedish and the British versions of the Wallander series, the author examines the various types...
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Taking modern television travel cookery series as a starting point, the article investigates the cultural significance of food and place in visual culture. The examples are, respectively, The Keith Floyd Cookery Collection: Floyd Around The Med [2000. BBC DVD, 2007] and The Hairy Bikers Cookbook Series 1 & 2 [BBC DVD, 2006]. The series illustrate t...
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Paradise has been a significant concept in tourism as well in consumer culture. The present article demonstrates how paradise is presented as visual, spatial and ideal concepts in ads, and how they illustrate imagination as a central communicative effect in marketing and consumer culture. Through an analysis of selected consumer and tourism ads for...
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Why is it not the deprived developing country, but rather the tempting destination the host arrives in when guiding the audience in a travel series? And how can we explore the specific combination of entertainment and education that travel series represent? Basically the travel series genre is a hybrid of journalistic documentary, entertaining life...
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This article focuses on journalism on food and travel in five Danish news papers. We emphasize this field of coverage as significant to understand cultural aspects of journalistic praxis as well as its conditions of market competition. The analyses show that journalism operates in a continuum between facts and fiction, between information and exper...

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