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Rhythm, Rhyme and Reason: Hip Hop Expressivity as Political Discourse
(Cambridge University Press, 2014-08-28)
Using Norwegian hip hop as an example, this article argues that public sphere theory offers a fruitful theoretical framework in which to understand the political significance of music. Based on a musical and lyrical analysis ...
From musical expressivity to public political discourse proper: the case of Karpe Diem in the aftermath of the Utøya massacre
(Taylor & Francis, 2015)
Musical communication is widely understood to be too elusive and abstract to have any discernible significance for political public discourse. However, in the aftermath of the Utøya-massacre there have been several ...
Documentary in a Culture of Clearance: A Study of Knowledge of and Attitudes Toward Copyright and Fair Use Among Norwegian Documentary Makers
Copyright law is a mechanism for regulation of production and dissemination of cultural products. In documentary storytelling reuse of copyrighted material such as footage and music is of great importance. This requires ...