Publications

2017

KARLSEN, J., and LØVLIE, A.S. 2017. ‘“You Can Dance Your Prototype If You Like”: Independent Filmmakers Adapting the Hackathon’. Digital Creativity 28 (3): 224–39.

2016

KARLSEN, J. 2016. ‘Aligning Participation with Authorship: Independent Transmedia Documentary Production in Norway’. VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture 5 (10): 40–51.

KARLSEN, J., STIGBERG, S. K., and HERSTAD, J. “Probing Privacy in Practice: Privacy Regulation and Instant Sharing of Video in Social Media When Running”. ACHI 2016, The Ninth International Conference on Advances in Computer-Human Interactions, Venice, 24-28 April 29–36, 2016.

2015

KARLSEN, J., LØVLIE, A.S., (2015). “To Walk the Walk: Journalism practice, Work and Innovation”. Presented at the NODA15: Nordic Data Journalism Conference, Ålesund, 30-31 January.

2014

KARLSEN, J., STAVELIN, E. (2014). “Making an argument: Rhetoric and Design Thinking in Computational Journalism”. In Innovation in HCI: what can we learn from design thinking?, IFI, pp. 15–18.

KARLSEN, J. (2014) “Transmediavendingen i Ny Norsk Uavhengig Dokumentarfilm.” I Hvor Går Dokumentaren? Nye Tendenser I Film, Fjernsyn Og På Nett., edited by Henrik Grue Bastiansen and Pål Aam, 1st ed. Fagbokforlaget.

HEGRE, H., NYGÅRD, H., DAHLUM, S., KARLSEN, J., (2014). “Forecasting regime type, 2013-2062: Continued democratization and regime consolidation”. Poster presented at the American Political Science Association 2014 Annual Meeting, Washington DC.

KARLSEN, J., AUSTENÅ, Å., (2014). Adapting Documentary Practice to the Web. Presented at What is Documentary? Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow, Portland, Oregon, USA, 24-26 April.

KARLSEN, J. & STAVELIN, E. (2014) “Computational Journalism in Norwegian Newsrooms.” Journalism Practice 8, no. 1 (2014): 34–48. doi:10.1080/17512786.2013.813190.

2012

HEGRE, H., NYGÅRD, H., KARLSEN, J., STRAND, H. & URDAL, H. (2012) Predicting Armed Conflict, 2010–2050. International Studies Quarterly.

KARLSEN, J, & STAVELIN, E. (2012) Computational Journalism in Norwegian Newsrooms. Presentert på Norsk Medieforskerlags konferanse, Universitetet i Agder, Kristiansand, 2012.

KARLSEN, K.H. & KARLSEN, J. (2012). Feedback matters when students are considering what type of learning activities to engage in – exploring the relationship between feedback- types and students learning activities in higher education. I Earli SIG 1: Assessment and evaluation. Brussels.

KARLSEN, K.H. & KARLSEN, J. (2012) Students use of feedback in relation to learning objectives and feedback types. Presented at the 40th Nordic educational research association (NERA) Congress. Department of Education (DPU), Aarhus University City: Copenhagen, Denmark, 8-10 March.

2010

RALEIGH, C., HEGRE, H. & KARLSEN, J. & LINKE, A. (2010) Introducing ACLED: An Armed Conflict Location and Event dataset. Journal of Peace Research 47(5), s.651-660

2009

RALEIGH, C., LINKE, A., HEGRE, H. & CARLSEN, J. (2009) Armed Conflict and Event Dataset (ACLED) Codebook, http://www.acleddata.com/documents/6.17.09%20-%20Codebook_CR_June2009.pdf (lest: 2009-10-10).

MISUND, G., HOLONE, H., KARLSEN, J. & TOLSBY, H. (2009) Chase and Catch – Simple as That? Old-fashioned Fun of Traditional Playground Games Revitalized with Location-aware Mobile Phones. Proceedings of the 5th international conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology. Athens, Greece, 29-31 oktober.

MISUND, G., HOLONE, H., TOLSBY, H., KARLSEN, J. & TOPPE, A. (2009) Effects of Co-player Visualization in a Location-based Chase-and-catch Game. Proceedings of the 11th international conference on Human computer interaction with mobile devices and services. Bonn, Germany, ACM, 15-18 September.

2008

RALEIGH, C. & CARLSEN, J. (2008) The ACLED Data Project: Purpose and Methods. I KAUFFMANN, M. (Red.) Building and Using Datasets on Armed Conflicts, Vol. 36. Amsterdam, IOS Press, ss. 161-169.

2007

CARLSEN, J. & HEGRE, H. (2007) Simulating the Evolution of Global Democracy Levels. 48th Annual Convention of the International Studies Association. Chicago IL, USA, 28. februar – 3. mars.

2006

BUHAUG, H., CARLSEN, J., HARBOM, L., HÖGBLADH, S. & ORMHAUG, C. (2006) Armed Conflict Dataset Codebook Version 4-2006, CSCW/UACD, http://www.prio.no/misc/Download.aspx?file=%2fprojects%2fdataset-website-workspace%2fArmed%2520Conflicts%2520v42006b%2fCodebook_v4-2006b.pdf (lest: 2009-10-10).

RALEIGH, C., HEGRE, H., CARLSEN, J. & ORMHAUG, C. (2006) Armed Conflict and Event Dataset (ACLED) Codebook, Version 1-2006, http://www.prio.no/misc/Download.aspx?file=%2fprojects%2fdataset-website-workspace%2fACLED%2fCode_book.pdf (lest: 2009-10-20).

2005

CARLSEN, J. & HANNEMYR, G. (2005) Navigating Web Sites: Considering Navigational and Semantic Constraints. the 28th Information systems research seminar. Kristiansand, Norway, http://www.it.hiof.no/jk/navigating.pdf.

CARLSEN, O. J. (2005) Fortellerteknikk og design av politiske partiers nettsteder, Hovedfag, Institutt for informatikk, Universitetet i Oslo.

STRAND, H., CARLSEN, J., GLEDITSCH, N. P., HEGRE, H., ORMHAUG, C. & WILHELMSEN, L. (2005) Armed Conflict Dataset Codebook Version 3-2005, CSCW/UACD, http://www.prio.no/sptrans/-1752158966/Codebook_v3-2005.pdf (lest: 2009-10-20).

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