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Digitalization and Public Sector Transformations (Palgrave Macmillan)
Jannick Schou & Morten Hjelholt

This book provides a study of governmental digitalization, an increasingly important area of policymaking within advanced capitalist states. It dives into a case study of digitalization efforts in Denmark, fusing a national policy study with local institutional analysis. Denmark is often framed as an international forerunner in terms of digitalizing its public sector and thus provides a particularly instructive setting for understanding this new political instrument. Advancing a cultural political economic approach, Schou and Hjelholt argue that digitalization is far from a quick technological fix. Instead, this area must be located against wider transformations within the political economy of capitalist states. Doing so, the book excavates the political roots of digitalization and reveals its institutional consequences. It shows how new relations are being formed between the state and its citizens. Digitalization and Public Sector Transformations pushes for a renewed approach to governmental digitalization and will be of interest to scholars working in the intersections of critical political economy, state theory and policy studies. Read more.

 

Digital journalistik (Samfundslitteratur)
Aske Kammer

Digital journalistik er et relativt nyt fænomen, der på én gang udfordrer og viderefører journalistikken, som den har set ud gennem det seneste århundrede.  Aske Kammer giver i bogen en kort og letlæst introduktion til den digitale journalistik og dens formater, forandringer og forretningsmodeller. Fokusset er primært på danske forhold, men der inddrages også eksempler fra den internationale medieverden. Læs mere.

 

Den digitale borger (Hans Reitzels Forlag)
Morten Hjelholt og Jannick Schou

Digitaliseringen af velfærdsstaten påvirker i større eller mindre grad alle. Men hvad vil det sige at blive gjort til og være en digital borger? Hvilke fortællinger, perspektiver og blikke er der på den digitale borger i dag? Og hvordan håndterer det enkelte individ disse nye forventninger i sin dagligdag? Disse spørgsmål undersøger forfatterne i denne bog ved at sætte fokus på den digitale borger som en grundlæggende ny politisk figur i den danske velfærdsstat. Læs mere. 

2018

Hjelholt, M., & Schou, J. (2018). The digital divide and citizen classifications: the inscription of citizens into the state. In M. Ragnedda, & G. Muschert (eds.), Theorizing Digital Divides (chapter 13, pp. 173-185). London: Routledge.

Huybrechts, L., Hendriks, N., Yndigegn, S. L., & Malmborg, L. (2018). Scripting: an exploration of designing for participation over time with communities. CoDesign: International Journal of CoCreation in Design and the Arts, 17-31.

Kammer, A. (2018). Digital journalistik. Samfundslitteratur.

Schou, J & Hjelholt, M (2018). Digitalization and Public Sector Transformations. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

2017

Dalsgaard, S., & Gad, C. (2017). Digital Unbounding of the Polling Booth: Ethnography in Small Places. Ethnos, 1-16.

Gad, C., & Dalsgaard, S. (2017). Disability as infra-critique: A compositionist approach to the election process in Denmark. Journal of Cultural Economy, 10(3), 237-250.

Hjelholt, M., & Schou, J. (2017). Digital Lifestyles Between Solidarity, Discipline and Neoliberalism: On the Historical Transformations of the Danish IT Political Field from 1994 to 2016. tripleC15(1), 370-389. http://www.triple-c.at/index.php/tripleC/article/view/844

Hjelholt, M., & Schou, J.  (2017). Ny vision for offentlig digitalisering: Lad kuglerammen og stopuret hvile. Version2. Accessed Jun 10, 2017, from https://www.version2.dk/blog/samfund-hastigt-tempo-1077412

Hjelholt, M., &  Rasmussen, M. (2017). Digital social inklusion – oplevelser af inklusion i en digital verden. København: IT Universitetet i København.

Kammer, A. (2017). Market Structure and Innovation Policies in Denmark. In H. van Kranenburg (Ed.), Innovation Policies in the European News Media Industry. A Comparative Study (pp. 37-47). Springer. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-45204-3_4

Kristensen, N. N., From, U., & Kammer, A. (2017). The Changing Logics of Danish Cultural Journalism. In N. N. Kristensen, & K. Riegert (Eds.), Cultural Journalism in the Nordic Countries (pp. 29-48). Gothenburg: NORDICOM.

Pieterson, W, Ebbers, W & Østergaard Madsen, C. (2017). New Channels, New Possibilities: A typology and classification of social robots and their role in multi-channel public service delivery. In International Conference on Electronic Government. vol. 16, Springer, Berlin, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 10428, pp. 47-59.

Schou, J. (2017). Hvordan skabes et alternativ? Om det radikale demokratis mulighedsbetingelser. Politik, 3(20), 138-153.

Schou, J., & Hjelholt, M. (2017). Digitalizing the welfare state: citizenship discourses in Danish digitalization strategies from 2002 to 2015. Critical Policy Studies, 1-20. DOI: 10.1080/19460171.2017.1333441

Schou, J., & Hjelholt, M. (2017). Who are we – the digital citizens? Metadata: ETHOS Lab. Accessed Jun 06, 2017, from https://ethos.itu.dk/2017/06/06/who-are-we-the-digital-citizens/