Anne Mette Thorhauge
Karen Blixens Plads 8, Building: 14-3-16
2300 København S
Anne Mette Thorhauge is associate professer at Department of media, cognition and communication at University of Copenhagen. Her research interests include media in everyday life in the broadest sense including video games as a tool for interaction and a source of confict in modern families, and smartphones as a tool for balancing the commitment and obligations of everyday life. Moreover, Anne Mette Thorhauge has been affiliated with the Danish media council for children and young people for more than ten years, initially as a member, later as the chair.
Primary fields of research
Children, Young people and the media
Media in everyday life
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Videogames in everyday life (homepage in Danish)
At the Faculty of Humanities my research is used as an example of the impact the humanities researchers have on society.
Read the case: Providing Advice and Imparting Knowledge of Children’s Media Habits and Their Behavior on Digital and Social Media
Concept-development and innovation
Theory of science