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  • Guðmundsson, Birgir (2009-12-15)
    Ríkisútvarpið hefur starfað eftir skrifuðum fréttareglum nánast frá stofnun. Þessar reglur hafa mótað fréttaflutning stofnunarinnar og skapað RÚV ákveðna sérstöðu á íslenskum fjölmiðlamarkaði. Fimm reglur hafa verið í gildi frá 1931 og miða elstu þjrár ...
  • Guðmundsson, Birgir; Hjálmarsdóttir, Hafdís Björg; Kristjánsdóttir, Vera Kristín Vestmann (2019-12-17)
    The importance of marketing techniques in political campaigning has increased as communicating politics has become more complex in a highly fragmented media environment. With different media logics interacting in a hybrid media system, political marketing ...
  • Guðmundsson, Birgir (2021-03-01)
    My main objective in this article is to examine the importance of political parallelism in Iceland through establishing the extent to which political parallelism is perceived to char-acterise political communication in Iceland by politicians and voters. ...
  • Guðmundsson, Birgir; Meckl, Markus Hermann (2012)
    Iceland’s geographical position gave this small nation a special strategic importance in the political and military chess game between East and West during the Cold War era. Iceland constituted an important post for the NATO defence forces and surveillance ...
  • Guðmundsson, Birgir (2010)
    Hefðbundnir fjölmiðlar voru ekki í aðalhlutverki við kynningu og umfjöllun um einstaka frambjóðendur í kosningunum til stjórnlagaþings í nóvember 2010. Persónukjör með landið sem eitt kjördæmi þar sem yfir 500 frambjóðendur voru í kjöri er fyrirkomulag ...

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