Anders Olof Larsson (PhD, Uppsala University, 2012) is Professor at Kristiania University College. Larsson was previously a Postdoctoral Fellow working in the Social media and Agenda-Setting in election campaigns project at the Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo. During his PhD work, which was funded by The Swedish Research School of Management and Information Technology, Larsson took part in the 2011 Oxford Internet Institute Summer Doctoral Programme. His PhD thesis – “Doing Things in Relation to Machines – Studies on Online Interactivity” – was awarded the 2012 Börje Langefors award (for best Swedish thesis within the field of Informatics) and the 2012 FSMK Doctoral Dissertation award (for best Swedish thesis within the field of media and communication studies).
More information regarding Larsson can be found at www.andersoloflarsson.se
- 2004-2008 Department of Informatics and Media, Uppsala University
- 2008-2012 Department of Informatics and Media, Uppsala University
- 2012-2015 Department of Media and Communication, University of Oslo
- For a full list of publications, please refer to http://www.andersoloflarsson.se/publications/
- Larsson, Anders Olof (forthcoming). ”I SHARED THE NEWS TODAY, OH BOY” – News provision and interaction on Facebook. Accepted for publication in Journalism Studies. Pre-print version available at academia.edu or ResearchGate.
- Larsson, Anders Olof (forthcoming). In it for the Long Run? Swedish Newspapers and Their Audiences On Facebook 2010-2014. Accepted for publication in Journalism Practice.
- Larsson, Anders Olof (forthcoming). Going Viral? Comparing Parties on Social Media During the 2014 Swedish Election. Paper published online before print in Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies.
- Larsson, Anders Olof (2016). Online, All the Time? A Quantitative Assessment of the Permanent Campaign on Facebook. New Media & Society 18(2) 274-292.
- Larsson, Anders Olof (2015). Green Light for Interaction – Party Use of Social Media During the 2014 Swedish Election Year. First Monday 20(12).