Hänska M, “Communication Against Domination: Ideas of Justice from the Printing Press to Algorithmic Media” Routledge, 2021[Google Books]
Papers and Chapters
Uldam J and Hänska M “Online aktivisme og borgerjournalistik.” Klassisk og moderne medieteori. Hans Reitzels Forlag, 2021. 585-606.
Poltronieri F and Hänska M “Technical Images and Visual Art in the Era of Artificial Intelligence: From GOFAI to GANs” 9th International Conference on Digital and Interactive Arts. ACM, 2019. [Access ]
Hänska M, Bahiya A, Amaral F, and Sui Y “Public discourse, political legitimacy, and collective identity: Cases from Iraq, Brazil and China” Communications – The European Journal of Communication Research [Open Access]
Hänska M and Bauchowitz S “Can social media facilitate a European public sphere? Transnational communication and the Europeanization of Twitter during the Eurozone crisis” Social Media + Society 5(3), 2019, pp. 1-14.
Hänska M “Normative Analysis in the Communications Field: Why we Should Distinguish Communicative Means and Ends of Justice” Journal of Information Policy 9, 2019, pp. 14-36.
Hänska M “Public communication for the common good? On the is-ought distinction in the media and communications field“, Communicative Figurations Working Paper (No. 26), April 2019.
Hänska M “International Journalism and the Emergence of Transnational Publics: Between cosmopolitan norms, the affirmation of identity, and market forces” Global Media & Communication 14(1), 2018, pp. 103-21 [Open Access]
Hänska M, and Bauchowitz S “#ThisIsACoup: The Emergence of an Anti-Austerity Hashtag across Europe’s Twittersphere.” in Basu, Schiffere, and Knowles (eds.) The Media and Austerity: Comparative Perspectives, 2018, pp. 248–61. Routledge.
Hänska M, and Bode M “How the ubiquity of eyewitness media changes the mediation and visibility of protests in the news” in Robertson (ed.) Screening Protest: Visual Narratives of Dissent Across Time, Space and Genre, 2018, pp. 98-119, Routledge.
Hänska M, and Bauchowitz S “Tweeting for Brexit: How social media shaped the Referendum campaign” in Mair et. al (eds.) Brexit, Trump and the Media, 2017, pp. 31-35, Abramis
Hänska M “Networked Communication & the Arab Spring: Linking broadcast and social media”, New Media & Society 18(1), 2016, pp. 99-116. [Open Access]
Hänska M “Social Media & the Arab Spring: How communication technology shapes socio-political change”, Orient: German Journal for Politics, Economics and Culture of the Middle East 57(3), 2016, pp. 27-34.
Hänska M, and Shapour R “Who’s Reporting the Protests? Converging practices of citizen journalists and two BBC World Service newsrooms, from Iran’s election protests to the Arab uprisings”, Journalism Studies 14(1), 2013, pp. 29-45. [Open Access]
Hänska M, Wardle C, and Browne M “Social Media & Journalism: Reporting the world through user generated content – an interview essay”, Participations – Journal of Audience & Reception Studies, 10(1), 2013, pp. 436-439
Hänska M “Journalism Between Cultures: Ethical Ideologies and the challenges of international broadcasting into Iran”, Media Research 17(1-2), 2011, pp. 119-139.