Nordicom Review publishes two regular issues per year and aims to include 3–5 book reviews in each issue. We welcome reviews on academic books within the field of media and communication research written in English, preferably with particular relevance for the Nordic countries.
The books are ultimately selected by the book review editor, and the reviews are written on commission, but the editor also welcomes suggestions from aspiring reviewers. Books that may be reviewed include academic studies and reports. We typically do not accept reviews of academic dissertations.
The optimal length of a book review is between 1,300 and 1,700 words, and the review should adhere to the following points:
- Do not use subheadings.
- The review author should provide their full name, title, and university affiliation.
- Provide a page number for any direct quotations.
For more details, contact our book review editor for instructions for authors.
Book review editor: Maarit Jaakkola, email@example.com
If you are new to the book review genre, or if you are experienced and want to share your expertise, please check out our Academic Book Review Community at NordMedia Network, a newly established support community for finding best practices and providing feedback throughout the process of writing an academic book review.
The list of suggestions is updated on a regular basis. Authors are welcome to e-mail their suggestions to the book review editor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Books marked with an asterisk (*) can be received as print copies from the book review editor. Otherwise, please request a review copy from the publisher after a consultancy with the book review editor.
Generational Gaps in Political Media Use and Civic Engagement: From Baby Boomers to Generation Z
Andersen, Kim; Ohme, Jakob; Bjarnøe, Camilla; Bordacconi, Mats Joe; Albæk, Erik & De Vreese, Claes H. (eds.)
The Historical Web and Digital Humanities: The Case of National Web Domains
Brügger, Niels & Laursen, Ditte
Journalism History and Digital Archives
* The Discursive-Material Knot: Cyprus in Conflict and Community Media Participation
2017. Peter Lang
* Exposing Vulnerability: Self-Mediation in Scandinavian Films With and By Women
Dancus, Adriana Margareta
Dynamics Of Mediatization: Institutional Change and Everyday Transformations in a Digital Age
Driessens, Olivier; Bolin, Göran; Hepp, Andreas; Hjarvard, Stig (eds.)
2017 . Palgrave Macmillan
Critical Perspectives on Journalistic Beliefs and Actions: Global Experiences
Freedman, Eric; Goodman, Robyn S. & Steyn, Elanie (eds.)
Media in War and Armed Conflict: Dynamics of Conflict News Production and Dissemination
Media Experiences: Engaging with Drama and Reality Television
Media Health: The Personal in Public Stories
Hornmoen, Harald; Kjos Fonn, Birgitte; Hyde-Clarke, Nathalie; Hågvar, Yngve Benestad (eds.)
A Handbook of Media and Communication Research: Qualitative and Quantitative Methodologies
Jensen, Klaus Bruhn (ed.)
2020. 3rd. ed. Routledge
A Theory of Communication and Justice
Jensen, Klaus Bruhn (ed.)
Data Theory: Interpretive Sociology and Computational Methods
Media Solidarities: Emotions, Power and Justice in the Digital Age
Contemporary Journalism in the US and Germany: Agents of Accountability
2017. Palgrave Macmillan
Television Drama in the Age of Streaming: Transnational Strategies and Digital Production Cultures at the NRK
Sundet, Vilde Schanke
2021. Palgrave Macmillan
Critical Incidents in Journalism: Pivotal Moments Reshaping Journalism around the World
Tandoc Edson C. Jr.; Jenkins, Joy; Thomas, Ryan J. & Westlund, Oscar (eds.)
BRICS Media: Reshaping the Global Communication Order
Thussu, Daya Khissan & Nordenstreng, Kaarle (eds.)