Are You Paying Attention? Keeping Up with News in Daily Life

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Are You Paying Attention? Keeping Up with News in Daily Life. / Ørmen, Jacob.

News Across Media: Production, Distribution and Consumption. ed. / Jakob Linaa Jensen; Mette Mortensen; Jacob Ørmen. New York : Routledge, 2016. p. 162-179 (Routledge research in journalism, Vol. 16).

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Harvard

Ørmen, J 2016, Are You Paying Attention? Keeping Up with News in Daily Life. in J Linaa Jensen, M Mortensen & J Ørmen (eds), News Across Media: Production, Distribution and Consumption. Routledge, New York, Routledge research in journalism, vol. 16, pp. 162-179.

APA

Ørmen, J. (2016). Are You Paying Attention? Keeping Up with News in Daily Life. In J. Linaa Jensen, M. Mortensen, & J. Ørmen (Eds.), News Across Media: Production, Distribution and Consumption (pp. 162-179). New York: Routledge. Routledge research in journalism, Vol.. 16

Vancouver

Ørmen J. Are You Paying Attention? Keeping Up with News in Daily Life. In Linaa Jensen J, Mortensen M, Ørmen J, editors, News Across Media: Production, Distribution and Consumption. New York: Routledge. 2016. p. 162-179. (Routledge research in journalism, Vol. 16).

Author

Ørmen, Jacob. / Are You Paying Attention? Keeping Up with News in Daily Life. News Across Media: Production, Distribution and Consumption. editor / Jakob Linaa Jensen ; Mette Mortensen ; Jacob Ørmen. New York : Routledge, 2016. pp. 162-179 (Routledge research in journalism, Vol. 16).

Bibtex

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