Hans-Olav Hodøl

Hans-Olav Hodøl
Universitetet i Agder | UIA · Department of Nordic and Media Studies

Master of Science
Head of Department for Nordic and Media Studies, University of Agder

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Introduction
Hans-Olav Hodøl works at the Department of Nordic and Media Studies, University of Agder. Hans-Olav does research in Communication and Media, and Religion and Media. His most recent publication is "Når skjermene inntar kirkerommet' which reflect on how presentation technology is used within churches and a worship context.
Additional affiliations
January 2009 - present
Universitetet i Agder
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
August 1994 - December 2008
Mediehøgskolen Gimlekollen
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
June 2002 - June 2003
Northwestern University
Field of study
  • Journalism
August 1989 - June 2000
University of Oslo
Field of study
  • Media Science

Publications

Publications (10)
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Artikkelen tar utgangspunkt i Martin Luthers evne og vilje til å ta i bruk det sekstende århundres nye medieteknologi til å spre reforma -sjonens budskap, og stiller spørsmålet om dagens lutherske kirker og organisasjoner i Norge gjør det samme. Spørsmålet belyses gjennom en studie av nettsidene til de fem store nasjonale lutherske kirkene og orga...
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This study aims to elucidate how modern presentation technology is being used by Norwegian Christian congregations. It is based on a survey answered by 715 church leaders, and the practice revealed is discussed particularly on the basis of Eileen D. Crowley's framework for ‘liturgical media art’. The findings show that presentation technology is us...
Article
Seernes opplevelse av nettbaserte gudstjenester Hvordan oppleves gudstjenesten via en skjerm? Seere av skjermbaserte guds-tjenester ønsker gjenkjennelighet med ordinaere gudstjenester, men er også opptatt av at gudstjenestene som sen-des, er tilpasset det faktum at seer-situasjonen er veldig forskjellig fra det å oppholde seg fysisk i et kirkerom u...
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This study examines how Christian churches in Norway use social media. The key finding is that the churches do not take extensive advantage of the opportunities for two-way communication offered by the platforms, but primarily use their social media channels to promote church activities or broadcast content without inviting a dialogue. Based on the...
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De fleste foreldre til 4-6-åringer i Norge er positive til at barna bruker digitale skjermer, men de er bekymret for at mye skjermbruk går ut over lek og andre aktiviteter.
Research
Delrapporten er resultat av oppdragsforskning gjennomført av et forskerteam ved NLA Høgskolen på vegne av Barnevakten, som del av Barnevaktens prosjekt knyttet til Fagfornyelsen 2020 og overgangen fra barnehage til skole.
Research
Rapporten «Skjermet barndom?» er basert på to undersøkelser blant foreldre og lærere om barns skjermbruk. Dette ble gjort på oppdrag for Barnevakten som er en fri stiftelse som informerer og gir råd om barns mediebruk. Barnevakten ønsket i forbindelse med fagfornyelsen i skolen mer informasjon om barns skjermbruk og betalte NLA Høgskolen for å frem...
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The article discusses the footprint of global learning in journalism programmes in the Nordic countries, drawing a distinction between global awareness, global knowledge and global competence. Reviewing curricular profiles of the various journalism programmes offered in the five Nordic countries, the authors find that only a few programmes emphasis...
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The article is based on a study of the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation's (NRK) mediation of Church of Norway services i 2015, and the study juxtaposes the broadcasts as TV programs and as church services, and the viewers as TV watchers and as church service participants. As a public broadcaster NRK is obliged to mirror the religious heritage an...

Questions

Question (1)
Question
Does anyone know of research done about how the perception or experience of a mediated (broadcasted) live event divert (or not?) from being physical in place where the event happens?

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Projects (2)
Project
This project aims to describe and reflect om media practice within Christian churches, primarily in the Nordic context.