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  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    de la Torre Rasmussen, Caribay Alexandra Moreno; Sand, Mathilde Jessen; Lund, Arendse Malene; Petersen, Frederik Stybe; Andersen, Maiken Therese; Djurisic, Maria;
    Publisher: Roskilde Universitet
    Country: Denmark

    This study investigates whether the so-called Covid-19 critical movement continues itsactivity after the end of the restrictions in Denmark, and if so, what the activity is anexpression of.Methodologically this study takes a phenomenologically inspired, qualitativeapproach. The study is based on digital and physical observations, and four semistructuredinterviews with members from the movement.The theoretical frame of this study is based on New Social Movement Theory byRonald Inglehart, coupled with perspectives from the research conducted by sociologistsAnders Ejrnæs and Silas Harrebye. Moreover, the study uses theories about populism byErnesto Laclau combined with Jan Werner Müllers concepts regarding antielitism andantipluralism.We conclude that the Covid-19 critical movement continues to exist, but in a new form.However, in the current state, the movement shows more system critical tendencies.Therefore the Covid-19 epidemic has functioned as a catalyst for the present broadendcritique. This critique concerns different topics which are not seemingly correlated, but endsup being connected in an equivalent chain that relates all topics to system critique and a ‘fightfor freedom’. Furthermore, the movement is built upon distinct ‘freedom values’ due to theinfluence of strong post materialistic values. The movement is also influenced by populisttendencies such as antagonism, antielitism and antipluralism. Some of the critique which isexpressed by the movement can be seen as a sign of democratic satisfaction. However, someof the critiques also indicate a democratic dissatisfaction.

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Foged, Camilla;
    Country: Denmark

    Er du over 50 år eller særligt sårbar, kan du få en booster-vaccination mod COVID-19 1. oktober. Er du over 85 år eller plejehjemsbeboer, kan du få stikket her allerede fra 15. september.

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Mortensen, Maria Salina Nedergaard;
    Country: Denmark

    The following thesis examines the use of influencer marketing in a political context focusing on the Danish prime minister Mette Frederiksen’s influencer campaigns during the 2019 election as well as during the COVID-19 pandemic – specifically focusing on campaigns involving the Danish influencers Anna Briand, Alexander Husum and Anders Hemmingsen. The foundation of the thesis is therefore a case study focusing on the concept of political influencer marketing based on empirical findings from the campaigns themselves as well as 8 individual interviews and a focus group interview all with recipients of the campaigns. The theoretical foundation of the thesis’ analysis focuses on Mette Frederiksen’s use of personalization strategies in the aforementioned influencer campaigns with special attention to the three dimensions of personalization put forward by Liesbeth Hermans and Maurice Vergeer (2013). This is supplemented by other theoretical contributions from Ana Inés Langer (2010), Duncan Brown and Nick Hayes (2008), Søren Schultz Hansen (2021), Lisbeth Thorlacius (2020) as well as Peter Van Aelst, Tamir Sheafer and James Stanyer (2012) amongst others.The analysis itself is structured through three different sections. The first part of the analysis focuses on Frederiksen’s use of political influencer marketing during the 2019 election campaign. The second part focuses on the influencer campaigns during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the last analytical part summarizes and discusses the two previous parts with the intent of characterizing the use of political influencer marketing going forward. The structure of the analysis allows for a comparative study showcasing a nuanced use of political influencer marketing during various situations. The thesis lastly discusses the theory of personalization itself and suggests that both the professional and private aspects should coexist in the use of political influencer marketing. This ensures that the politician will utilize the personalization that influencer marketing offers whilst still providing the young audience an informed basis on which to form their own political views.

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Poulsen, Christian Bo; Nielsen, Kaspar Rene; Jørgensen, Malene Møller; Rossing, Kasper; Bundgaard, Henning;
    Country: Denmark

    Inflammation is increasingly recognised as a causal factor in the development and progression of cardiovascular disease. With the introduction of immune checkpoint inhibitors in oncology and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic the role of the immune system in myocardial inflammation (myocarditis) and subsequent inflammatory cardiomyopathy has once again regained attention. In this review, we want to bring myocardial inflammation to the clinician's attention and provide up-to-date knowledge on its diagnostic workup, prognostication, and current management recommendations.

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Hammershøj, Malte Thorsfelt; Madsen, Cecilie Kragelund; Westhoff, Rosa-Marie Christel; Møller, Daniel Luka Vanting;
    Country: Denmark

    Since being chosen as the head coach of the Danish national football team, Kasper Hjulmand has become a prominent public figure, and been a central character in several major events. He led the team to their biggest success in many years by reaching the semi-final of the European Championship, dealt with the sudden heart attack of star player Christian Eriksen during a match and gathered the attention of an entire nation during the mentally straining COVID-19 pandemic. All this eventually led to him being chosen as “leader of the year”, as the first recipient who’s not in a traditional business role.This research conducts a discourse analysis of interviews with Hjulmand in conjunction with the use of leadership theories, to identify some traits and themes regarding what kind of leader he is. This understanding leads the analysis to an investigation of the narrative surrounding him as a leader, how it is created, and what role he himself can play in it. Existing studies have been made regarding achieving success in sports and leadership, and others regarding how a narrative is created. The findings of this study take this knowledge further, by determining how a public leader, like Hjulmand, influences the narrative surrounding them and achieves a deeper understanding of how a well-functioning social atmosphere is a precursor for the success of sports teams.

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Grønbæk, Kaj;
    Publisher: Realdania

    Skal vi zoome om det? Er det en ny eller en gammel hånd? Er vi på den røde eller grønne kurve? Er ferielandet rødt, gult eller grønt? Har vi været inden for 1 meters afstand af en smittet i 15 minutter? Har vi et grønt coronapas? Hvilken serie skal vi nu streame? Disse spørgsmål er blevet almindelige under pandemien. Fælles for dem alle er, at de knytter sig til digitale teknologier, der enten er nyudviklet eller eksploderet i brug under pandemien!

  • Publication . Article . 2022
    Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Jørgen Grønnegaard Christensen;

    Artiklen giver først en kort oversigt over covid-19-håndteringens forløb fra krisens udbrud i 2020 til 2022, hvor der er en forventning om covid-19’s forvandling fra en alvorlig og svært kontrollabel sygdom til en endemisk viruslidelse. Næste afsnit gennemgår krisens politiske og administrative beslutningsprocesser, dels under selve krisen i strikt forstand, dels i den lange fase hvor det har handlet om administrativt og politisk at håndtere et samfundsproblem, som ikke ville gå væk. Det sidste afsnit tager krisehåndteringens ret alvorlige kvalitative aspekter op. Det drejer sig om de demokratiske problemer, som krisehåndteringen snarere end krisen aktualiserede, det faglige beslutningsgrundlag (sundhedsfagligt, juridisk, økonomisk og adfærdsvidenskabeligt) og endelig spørgsmålet om, hvordan man kvalitetssikrer krisehåndteringen.

  • Publication . Master thesis . 2022
    Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Jørgensen, Sebastian Wamsler;
    Publisher: Roskilde Universitet
    Country: Denmark

    This master thesis is a qualitative analysis, investigating the interrelations in everyday life that contributes to forming pathways of conspiratorial radicalization, while discussing to what extend a conspiratorial epistemic worldview can be considered a part of a process of radicalization. By exploring 4 informants’ experiences of the Covid-19 pandemic response and the war in Ukraine, the thesis takes a phenomenological approach to the issue at hand. The study finds that while international events such as the insurrection at the U.S capitol in 2021 suggest a conspiratorially motivated accept of violent means to an end, such embrace of violence is not inherent in the conspiratorial digital community. However, this does not exclude the constructiveness of applying theories of radicalization to understanding individuals who have adopted a conspiratorial worldview. Instead, the thesis argues, that connections in pathways of conspiratorial radicalization, including social relations, communities of digital echo chambers, shortcuts in information retrieval and a strong group identity contribute to a radicalization where new societal crises become integrated into a monological belief system.

  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Qvortrup, Ane; Jensen, Casper Juul Dahl;
    Publisher: Syddansk Universitet. Institut for Kulturvidenskaber
    Country: Denmark
  • Open Access Danish
    Authors: 
    Sørensen, Julie Møgelberg;
    Publisher: Roskilde Universitetscenter
    Country: Denmark