How Covid-19 has affected the role of media in society


  • Stine Liv Johansen Aarhus UniversityDepartment of Communication and Culture
  • Thomas Enemark Lundtofte
  • Christian Hviid Mortensen



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How to Cite

Johansen, S. L., Enemark Lundtofte, T., & Mortensen, C. H. (2023). Pandemedia: How Covid-19 has affected the role of media in society. MedieKultur: Journal of Media and Communication Research, 38(73), 001–005.