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    Authors: Mortensen, Maria Salina Nedergaard;

    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.

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    Authors: Roed, Nadia Weibel;

    In the light of the global focus on climate change and the Covid-19 pandemic this thesis seeks to investigate the subjective experience of eco-anxiety in a world affected by the coronavirus. With an existential psychological approach, I study the phenomenon “eco-anxiety” with an understanding of Irvin D. Yalom’s idea of the four ultimate concerns of the human existence: death, freedom, isolation and meaninglessness. The climate changes affect the natural environment in many ways, and I therefore find it relevant to include the human-nature relationship in the experience of changing climate events. This thesis therefore intends to investigate how Yalom’s understanding of the human psyche can contribute to and be challenged by the concept of eco-anxiety. Through a phenomenological study of the experience of eco-anxiety during the corona pandemic, this paper includes five interviews which focuses on the lived experience. These interviews are further studied with a critical perspective on Yalom’s realm of understanding in the final analysis. Through a discussion it is argued that Yalom’s idea of the four ultimate concerns can contribute to the understanding of eco-anxiety by its focus on anxiety as an inner conflict. Furthermore, it is argued that this theory would benefit from including an understanding of the human psyche as connected with nature. Finally, it is pointed out that neither the interviewee with corona-anxiety or the interviewees with eco-anxiety linked the pandemic and the climate change effects, despite the deadly consequences of both, which challenges both the ecopsychology and Yalom’s existential psychotherapy, and invites the reader to further study.

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    Authors: Neiiendam, Alexandra Brandt;

    Denne specialeafhandling undersøger og beskriver, hvordan den danske premierminister Mette Frederiksen og de danske medier Berlingske, Ekstra Bladet og dr.dk brugte framing som et kommunikationsværktøj gennem to tidsperioder - den nationale nedlukning og den gradvise genåbning af det danske samfund. Dette speciale søger efter at identificere, hvilke rammer der blev brugt ved taler holdt af Mette Frederiksen på pressekonferencer om covid-19. Desuden vil dette speciale undersøge, hvordan de danske medier brugte identiske eller alternative frames gennem formidling af nyhedsartikler i forlængelse af Mette Frederiksens taler til den danske befolkning. Derudover vil dette speciale undersøge, hvordan magtmekanismer eksisterer mellem politiske og journalistiske institutioner, og om dette kommer til udtryk gennem framing. This thesis examines and describes how the Danish prime minister Mette Frederiksen and Danish media outlets Berlingske, Ekstra Bladet and dr.dk used framing as a tool of communication through two periods of time - the national lockdown and at the gradual reopening of the Danish society. This thesis searches to identify which frames were used at speeches held by Mette Frederiksen at press conferences on covid-19. This thesis also examines how the Danish media used identical or alternative frames through the dissemination of news articles in continuation of Mette Frederiksen's speeches to the Danish people. In addition, this thesis will examine how mechanisms of power exist between political and journalistic institutions, and whether this is expressed through framing.

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    Authors: Mørck, Line Rose; Petterson, Line Leth Weber;

    This thesis takes place during a period of time influenced by many factors of relevance for the wel- fare of nurses employed in the public sector of Denmark. The Covid-19 Pandemic has shown the importance of essential workers such as nurses, which has started a public and political debate on their work conditions and wages. Research shows severe problems with nurse retention in the healthcare system caused by an increasing workload and work pressure as a result of an aging popu- lation and pressures of economic efficiency within the healthcare system.With a critical psychological view as presented by Klaus Holzkamp, we seek the insights of nurses' experiences of welfare or dissatisfaction working in the healthcare system. Taking into con- sideration the influence of New Public Management (NPM) on the public sector as a whole and its effect on nurses’ working conditions, we investigate how NPM affects these nurses’ experiences of welfare within their workplace. To investigate these issues from the standpoint of the subject, our empirical data consists of interviews and introspection with four nurses working in different areas of the healthcare system. The thesis points out four different themes influencing these nurses’ expe- rience of welfare or dissatisfaction in their workplace: professionalism, recognition, collegial com- munity, and nurse staffing levels. Based on empirical analysis and studies on the subject, the thesis concludes that NPM causes restrictive conditions for nurses working in the healthcare system. These conditions limit the agency of the nurses and prevent them from using their professional craft and personal values in their work. Together with the data on the retention of nurses in the healthcare system, the thesis furthermore questions whether these increasing restrictive conditions will result in a collapse of the Danish welfare system.

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    Authors: Mørch, Anna Lydia Struve;

    This project report is written within a critical theoretic context for the subject Plan, Town and Process. It is researching the challenge surrounding students living in Copenhagen and the lack of affordable housing, through the perspective of the theory of the right to the city. The method used for this project is document analysis, which was chosen due to the current Covid-19 situation, and due to the wish to research the issue through the documents published by the actors themselves. The chosen theory is the right to the city which serves as the normative starting point for the critical theoretic approach. The right to the city is used as the way to view the documents through as to establish the students’ rights to Copenhagen. Through the chosen empirical data, I will highlight the different barriers which pose as obstacles in regards to building more affordable housing for students in the city.The first part of the analysis centers around the legislative aspects of the issue and includes The Danish Planning Act, the Municipal plan for Copenhagen 2019 and local plans for Kalvebod Brygge. These will be used to highlight relevant paragraphs that can be linked to the issue regarding the lack of affordable housing.The second part of the analysis centers around the right to the city and how the issues can be perceived through the theory. This part focuses on the normative view on how the students have a right to the city, and how that right functions in practice. The third part of the analysis centers around the different actors and what they see as barriers in regard to building more housing in Copenhagen. This is to understand what challenges they themselves point out, and how they talk into the theory of the right to the city. The discussion revolves around the student’s ability to gain or regain their right through the city, viewed from different perspectives. It explores what has to be done for the students right to the city to prevail. This chapter will also discuss the challenges in regard to this utopic idea of the right to the city. Lastly there will be a conclusion with the results of the analysis and discussion.

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    Authors: Dinesen, Julie Galsgaard; Hughes, Sophie; Hansen, Tina Gadekjær; Jensen, Folke Østergård;

    In this paper we examine how teachers in dansih public schools experienced the introduction ofthe digital learning- and communication platforms. Furthermore it shows the significance ofthese platforms, in the corporation of the teachers and the lectures they teach, before, under andafter Denmark experienced the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown. This is a qualitative study thatinvestigates how the digital platforms have influenced the teachers options for teaching due tothe lockdown.We analyze two narrative interviews with respectively one teacher teaching elementary school,and the other teaching middle- and high-school and their experiences during the pandemic withthe digital platforms. It shows the complexity of what happens when the teachers worklifesuddenly change, and the significance it has for their of understanding and their way of handlingnew learning processes. To understand this complexity the paper includes theories from FritzSchütze, Henning Salling Olesen, Hartmund Rosa and Knud Illeris.Moreover, in this paper we discuss what significance both the accelerating and alienating factorshave for the teachers, and their way of understanding themselves in relation to these processes.Furthermore we discuss what kind of learning processes are seen with the teachers. This isargued and supported by our selected theory.This paper concludes that the individual teachers each represent their own way of accessing thedigital platforms, however they do agree that the implementation of one platform, Aula, is notdesirable. The sudden changes in their work life demands certain alienating processes, whichpotentially will compromise their role as a teacher. In addition to this, the teachers experiencedifferent kinds of learning processes, in the form of experience and learning hindrance.

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    Authors: Brown, Asta Vilsgaard; Bang-Udesen, Helena;

    This paper examines the relationship between the media's representation of ethnic minorities during the covid-19 pandemic and nationalist tendencies in Danish politics. This is examined by analyzing how ethnic minorities are represented in Danish media coverage of increasing corona infection in the housing area Vollsmose, located in Odense, Denmark. Taking Fairclough’s Critical Discourse Analysis approach combined with Høilund’s theory of The Right of Fear and Hallin’s theory of Spheres of the Journalistic World, this qualitative study analyzes 113 articles from eight Danish newspapers through thematic coding. The critical discourse analysis is structured according to Fairclough’s three-dimensional model, which divides the analysis into text, discursive practice and social practice. The analysis finds that the media draws on a nationalist discourse that is based on a concept of exclusion and divides the Danish society into “us” and “them”. The paper concludes that a nationalist discourse has gained hegemony in the media as well as the social and political structures of society. The media's representations of ethnic minorities during the covid-19 pandemic reproduces the same discourses as powerful political actors, thus contributing to the establishment of a nationalist discourse as a hegemonic discourse and strengthening nationalist political tendencies through fear of the covid-19 pandemic. Finally, the paper concludes that the media abandons the journalistic ideal of objectivity and critique by reproducing the same nationalist discourse as powerful political actors instead of challenging the attitudes, norms and values of prominent politicians. Thus, the media contributes to the creation and maintenance of unequal power relations, in which ethnic minorities are kept in a marginalized position.

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    Authors: Pedersen, Camilla Woetmann; Olesen, Sophia Borggild; Hansen, Nanna Emilie;
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    Authors: de Blanck, Martin Narp; Emsø, Cecilie Ingemann; Hansen, Line Brochmann;

    Formålet med projektet er at undersøge, hvordan tre medarbejdere i IT-freelancehuset EPICO skaber mening i deres arbejde - såvel hjemme og på arbejdspladsen under COVID-19. Der fokuseres på, hvordan medarbejderne navigerer i det grænseløse arbejde mellem deres privat- og arbejdsliv. Dette viser sig ved den mening, som medarbejderne tilegner deres identitet, som forstået ved hjælp af Karl Weicks meningsskabelse, samt grænsesætning gennem det grænseløse arbejde og boundary theory. For at analysere projektets empiri, benyttes en kombination af socialkonstruktivisme og fænomenologi, hvilket i sammenspil med det teoretiske perspektiv, giver et indblik i medarbejdernes livsverden. Dette beskriver hvordan forskellige forståelser af familie, arbejde, fritid påvirker balancen i hverdagslivet med øget hjemmearbejde i forbindelse med COVID-19. Projektets konklusion tydeliggør at, der kan ske en en sammensmeltning af medarbejdernes arbejds- og privatliv. Konklusionen giver samtidig indsigt i hvorvidt medarbejdernes work-life balance påvirkes af det øgede grænseløse arbejde. Desuden belyser projektet forskellige aspekter af identiteter i blandt andet alder, arbejdserfaring og opfattelse af hjemmet som arbejdsrum, og om dette har indflydelse på medarbejdernes meningsskabelse. The objective of this research project is to examine how three consultants working for EPICO, navigate through working at home, and in the workplace during the COVID-19 pandemic. The focus of this project then is the navigation and setting of borders between private life and of their work life. This is illuminated through the meaning that is subscribed to the consultant’s identities as it is understood by theories of Sensemaking by Karl Weick, as well as boundaries as presented by boundary theory and The Boundless. In analyzing the empirical evidence, the project utilizes a combination of social constructivism and phenomenology which, in combination with the theoretical framework, grants us a window into the inner world of the interviewees. This describes how different views of family, work, freetime and more allows for a deeper understanding of the process that is balancing life with more home-based work, during the COVID-19 pandemic. The project concludes that there is a substantial merging of private and work life for all interviewees. Though, several variations present themselves. This is explained by differences in, among others, age, experience in work and how the interviewed sees the home as a workspace in relation to theories of Sensemaking.

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    Authors: Jensen, Ida Marie Nyland; Nobel, Trine Cosmus;

    This study examines the emotional and social consequences of the COVID-19-crisis amongst students at a Danish university. The study is based upon a highly integrated mixed methods design consisting of a two-round panel data survey that was sent out in March (n = 2212), and October 2020 (n = 968), as well as five semi-structured interviews. In terms of quantitative methodology, it applies fixed effects, random effects, and ordinary least squares regression approaches, as well as independent sample T-tests. It draws on the theoretical framework of Pierre Bourdieu, mainly focusing on the concepts of habitus and hysteresis. Firstly, based upon a comparison with comparable respondents in ESS7, it finds that the COVID-19 crisis has led to a significant rise in ill-being and negative emotional consequences. In addi-tion, through panel data regression estimators, it finds that there are various significant predictors of ill-being during the COVID-19-crisis, the most prominent being the extent to which the respondents have managed to create daily structures throughout the crisis. Secondly, it finds that the crisis has partly be-come embedded as spontaneous practices, based on the restrictions, in the habitus of students, thus constituting it as a part of the social sphere. However, in line with the quantitative analysis, many re-spondents struggle with a lack of structure and physical variation. Likewise, it is shown that it is primari-ly the events that constitute everyday life that students feel deprived of. On the other hand, it becomes apparent that although the crisis has led to a higher level of ill-being, many students also experience it as a moment of reflection. Finally, it is demonstrated that although the corona crisis has become em-bedded in the habitus, there are elements of hysteresis effects which, since individuals are unable to use their spontaneous dispositions, make certain social situations hard and demanding, showcasing a dis-crepancy between the field and the habitus.

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    Authors: Mortensen, Maria Salina Nedergaard;

    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.

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    Authors: Roed, Nadia Weibel;

    In the light of the global focus on climate change and the Covid-19 pandemic this thesis seeks to investigate the subjective experience of eco-anxiety in a world affected by the coronavirus. With an existential psychological approach, I study the phenomenon “eco-anxiety” with an understanding of Irvin D. Yalom’s idea of the four ultimate concerns of the human existence: death, freedom, isolation and meaninglessness. The climate changes affect the natural environment in many ways, and I therefore find it relevant to include the human-nature relationship in the experience of changing climate events. This thesis therefore intends to investigate how Yalom’s understanding of the human psyche can contribute to and be challenged by the concept of eco-anxiety. Through a phenomenological study of the experience of eco-anxiety during the corona pandemic, this paper includes five interviews which focuses on the lived experience. These interviews are further studied with a critical perspective on Yalom’s realm of understanding in the final analysis. Through a discussion it is argued that Yalom’s idea of the four ultimate concerns can contribute to the understanding of eco-anxiety by its focus on anxiety as an inner conflict. Furthermore, it is argued that this theory would benefit from including an understanding of the human psyche as connected with nature. Finally, it is pointed out that neither the interviewee with corona-anxiety or the interviewees with eco-anxiety linked the pandemic and the climate change effects, despite the deadly consequences of both, which challenges both the ecopsychology and Yalom’s existential psychotherapy, and invites the reader to further study.

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    Authors: Neiiendam, Alexandra Brandt;

    Denne specialeafhandling undersøger og beskriver, hvordan den danske premierminister Mette Frederiksen og de danske medier Berlingske, Ekstra Bladet og dr.dk brugte framing som et kommunikationsværktøj gennem to tidsperioder - den nationale nedlukning og den gradvise genåbning af det danske samfund. Dette speciale søger efter at identificere, hvilke rammer der blev brugt ved taler holdt af Mette Frederiksen på pressekonferencer om covid-19. Desuden vil dette speciale undersøge, hvordan de danske medier brugte identiske eller alternative frames gennem formidling af nyhedsartikler i forlængelse af Mette Frederiksens taler til den danske befolkning. Derudover vil dette speciale undersøge, hvordan magtmekanismer eksisterer mellem politiske og journalistiske institutioner, og om dette kommer til udtryk gennem framing. This thesis examines and describes how the Danish prime minister Mette Frederiksen and Danish media outlets Berlingske, Ekstra Bladet and dr.dk used framing as a tool of communication through two periods of time - the national lockdown and at the gradual reopening of the Danish society. This thesis searches to identify which frames were used at speeches held by Mette Frederiksen at press conferences on covid-19. This thesis also examines how the Danish media used identical or alternative frames through the dissemination of news articles in continuation of Mette Frederiksen's speeches to the Danish people. In addition, this thesis will examine how mechanisms of power exist between political and journalistic institutions, and whether this is expressed through framing.

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    Authors: Mørck, Line Rose; Petterson, Line Leth Weber;

    This thesis takes place during a period of time influenced by many factors of relevance for the wel- fare of nurses employed in the public sector of Denmark. The Covid-19 Pandemic has shown the importance of essential workers such as nurses, which has started a public and political debate on their work conditions and wages. Research shows severe problems with nurse retention in the healthcare system caused by an increasing workload and work pressure as a result of an aging popu- lation and pressures of economic efficiency within the healthcare system.With a critical psychological view as presented by Klaus Holzkamp, we seek the insights of nurses' experiences of welfare or dissatisfaction working in the healthcare system. Taking into con- sideration the influence of New Public Management (NPM) on the public sector as a whole and its effect on nurses’ working conditions, we investigate how NPM affects these nurses’ experiences of welfare within their workplace. To investigate these issues from the standpoint of the subject, our empirical data consists of interviews and introspection with four nurses working in different areas of the healthcare system. The thesis points out four different themes influencing these nurses’ expe- rience of welfare or dissatisfaction in their workplace: professionalism, recognition, collegial com- munity, and nurse staffing levels. Based on empirical analysis and studies on the subject, the thesis concludes that NPM causes restrictive conditions for nurses working in the healthcare system. These conditions limit the agency of the nurses and prevent them from using their professional craft and personal values in their work. Together with the data on the retention of nurses in the healthcare system, the thesis furthermore questions whether these increasing restrictive conditions will result in a collapse of the Danish welfare system.

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    Authors: Mørch, Anna Lydia Struve;

    This project report is written within a critical theoretic context for the subject Plan, Town and Process. It is researching the challenge surrounding students living in Copenhagen and the lack of affordable housing, through the perspective of the theory of the right to the city. The method used for this project is document analysis, which was chosen due to the current Covid-19 situation, and due to the wish to research the issue through the documents published by the actors themselves. The chosen theory is the right to the city which serves as the normative starting point for the critical theoretic approach. The right to the city is used as the way to view the documents through as to establish the students’ rights to Copenhagen. Through the chosen empirical data, I will highlight the different barriers which pose as obstacles in regards to building more affordable housing for students in the city.The first part of the analysis centers around the legislative aspects of the issue and includes The Danish Planning Act, the Municipal plan for Copenhagen 2019 and local plans for Kalvebod Brygge. These will be used to highlight relevant paragraphs that can be linked to the issue regarding the lack of affordable housing.The second part of the analysis centers around the right to the city and how the issues can be perceived through the theory. This part focuses on the normative view on how the students have a right to the city, and how that right functions in practice. The third part of the analysis centers around the different actors and what they see as barriers in regard to building more housing in Copenhagen. This is to understand what challenges they themselves point out, and how they talk into the theory of the right to the city. The discussion revolves around the student’s ability to gain or regain their right through the city, viewed from different perspectives. It explores what has to be done for the students right to the city to prevail. This chapter will also discuss the challenges in regard to this utopic idea of the right to the city. Lastly there will be a conclusion with the results of the analysis and discussion.

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    Authors: Dinesen, Julie Galsgaard; Hughes, Sophie; Hansen, Tina Gadekjær; Jensen, Folke Østergård;

    In this paper we examine how teachers in dansih public schools experienced the introduction ofthe digital learning- and communication platforms. Furthermore it shows the significance ofthese platforms, in the corporation of the teachers and the lectures they teach, before, under andafter Denmark experienced the nationwide COVID-19 lockdown. This is a qualitative study thatinvestigates how the digital platforms have influenced the teachers options for teaching due tothe lockdown.We analyze two narrative interviews with respectively one teacher teaching elementary school,and the other teaching middle- and high-school and their experiences during the pandemic withthe digital platforms. It shows the complexity of what happens when the teachers worklifesuddenly change, and the significance it has for their of understanding and their way of handlingnew learning processes. To understand this complexity the paper includes theories from FritzSchütze, Henning Salling Olesen, Hartmund Rosa and Knud Illeris.Moreover, in this paper we discuss what significance both the accelerating and alienating factorshave for the teachers, and their way of understanding themselves in relation to these processes.Furthermore we discuss what kind of learning processes are seen with the teachers. This isargued and supported by our selected theory.This paper concludes that the individual teachers each represent their own way of accessing thedigital platforms, however they do agree that the implementation of one platform, Aula, is notdesirable. The sudden changes in their work life demands certain alienating processes, whichpotentially will compromise their role as a teacher. In addition to this, the teachers experiencedifferent kinds of learning processes, in the form of experience and learning hindrance.

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    Authors: Brown, Asta Vilsgaard; Bang-Udesen, Helena;

    This paper examines the relationship between the media's representation of ethnic minorities during the covid-19 pandemic and nationalist tendencies in Danish politics. This is examined by analyzing how ethnic minorities are represented in Danish media coverage of increasing corona infection in the housing area Vollsmose, located in Odense, Denmark. Taking Fairclough’s Critical Discourse Analysis approach combined with Høilund’s theory of The Right of Fear and Hallin’s theory of Spheres of the Journalistic World, this qualitative study analyzes 113 articles from eight Danish newspapers through thematic coding. The critical discourse analysis is structured according to Fairclough’s three-dimensional model, which divides the analysis into text, discursive practice and social practice. The analysis finds that the media draws on a nationalist discourse that is based on a concept of exclusion and divides the Danish society into “us” and “them”. The paper concludes that a nationalist discourse has gained hegemony in the media as well as the social and political structures of society. The media's representations of ethnic minorities during the covid-19 pandemic reproduces the same discourses as powerful political actors, thus contributing to the establishment of a nationalist discourse as a hegemonic discourse and strengthening nationalist political tendencies through fear of the covid-19 pandemic. Finally, the paper concludes that the media abandons the journalistic ideal of objectivity and critique by reproducing the same nationalist discourse as powerful political actors instead of challenging the attitudes, norms and values of prominent politicians. Thus, the media contributes to the creation and maintenance of unequal power relations, in which ethnic minorities are kept in a marginalized position.

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    Authors: Pedersen, Camilla Woetmann; Olesen, Sophia Borggild; Hansen, Nanna Emilie;
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    Authors: de Blanck, Martin Narp; Emsø, Cecilie Ingemann; Hansen, Line Brochmann;

    Formålet med projektet er at undersøge, hvordan tre medarbejdere i IT-freelancehuset EPICO skaber mening i deres arbejde - såvel hjemme og på arbejdspladsen under COVID-19. Der fokuseres på, hvordan medarbejderne navigerer i det grænseløse arbejde mellem deres privat- og arbejdsliv. Dette viser sig ved den mening, som medarbejderne tilegner deres identitet, som forstået ved hjælp af Karl Weicks meningsskabelse, samt grænsesætning gennem det grænseløse arbejde og boundary theory. For at analysere projektets empiri, benyttes en kombination af socialkonstruktivisme og fænomenologi, hvilket i sammenspil med det teoretiske perspektiv, giver et indblik i medarbejdernes livsverden. Dette beskriver hvordan forskellige forståelser af familie, arbejde, fritid påvirker balancen i hverdagslivet med øget hjemmearbejde i forbindelse med COVID-19. Projektets konklusion tydeliggør at, der kan ske en en sammensmeltning af medarbejdernes arbejds- og privatliv. Konklusionen giver samtidig indsigt i hvorvidt medarbejdernes work-life balance påvirkes af det øgede grænseløse arbejde. Desuden belyser projektet forskellige aspekter af identiteter i blandt andet alder, arbejdserfaring og opfattelse af hjemmet som arbejdsrum, og om dette har indflydelse på medarbejdernes meningsskabelse. The objective of this research project is to examine how three consultants working for EPICO, navigate through working at home, and in the workplace during the COVID-19 pandemic. The focus of this project then is the navigation and setting of borders between private life and of their work life. This is illuminated through the meaning that is subscribed to the consultant’s identities as it is understood by theories of Sensemaking by Karl Weick, as well as boundaries as presented by boundary theory and The Boundless. In analyzing the empirical evidence, the project utilizes a combination of social constructivism and phenomenology which, in combination with the theoretical framework, grants us a window into the inner world of the interviewees. This describes how different views of family, work, freetime and more allows for a deeper understanding of the process that is balancing life with more home-based work, during the COVID-19 pandemic. The project concludes that there is a substantial merging of private and work life for all interviewees. Though, several variations present themselves. This is explained by differences in, among others, age, experience in work and how the interviewed sees the home as a workspace in relation to theories of Sensemaking.

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    Authors: Jensen, Ida Marie Nyland; Nobel, Trine Cosmus;

    This study examines the emotional and social consequences of the COVID-19-crisis amongst students at a Danish university. The study is based upon a highly integrated mixed methods design consisting of a two-round panel data survey that was sent out in March (n = 2212), and October 2020 (n = 968), as well as five semi-structured interviews. In terms of quantitative methodology, it applies fixed effects, random effects, and ordinary least squares regression approaches, as well as independent sample T-tests. It draws on the theoretical framework of Pierre Bourdieu, mainly focusing on the concepts of habitus and hysteresis. Firstly, based upon a comparison with comparable respondents in ESS7, it finds that the COVID-19 crisis has led to a significant rise in ill-being and negative emotional consequences. In addi-tion, through panel data regression estimators, it finds that there are various significant predictors of ill-being during the COVID-19-crisis, the most prominent being the extent to which the respondents have managed to create daily structures throughout the crisis. Secondly, it finds that the crisis has partly be-come embedded as spontaneous practices, based on the restrictions, in the habitus of students, thus constituting it as a part of the social sphere. However, in line with the quantitative analysis, many re-spondents struggle with a lack of structure and physical variation. Likewise, it is shown that it is primari-ly the events that constitute everyday life that students feel deprived of. On the other hand, it becomes apparent that although the crisis has led to a higher level of ill-being, many students also experience it as a moment of reflection. Finally, it is demonstrated that although the corona crisis has become em-bedded in the habitus, there are elements of hysteresis effects which, since individuals are unable to use their spontaneous dispositions, make certain social situations hard and demanding, showcasing a dis-crepancy between the field and the habitus.

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