Dariya Orlova
Dariya Orlova
Assistant Professor, Mohyla School of Journalism, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
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Journalism in the crossfire: Media coverage of the war in Ukraine in 2014
G Nygren, M Glowacki, J Hök, I Kiria, D Orlova, D Taradai
Journalism Studies 19 (7), 1059-1078, 2018
The Ukraine conflict and the European media: A comparative study of newspapers in 13 European countries
S Fengler, M Kreutler, M Alku, B Barlovac, M Bastian, SS Bodrunova, ...
Journalism 21 (3), 399-422, 2020
Ukrainian media after the EuroMaidan: in search of independence and professional identity
D Orlova
Publizistik 61 (4), 441-461, 2016
Between professionalism and activism: Ukrainian journalism after the Euromaidan
H Budivska, D Orlova
Computational Propaganda in Ukraine: Caught between external threats and internal challenges
M Zhdanova, D Orlova
Project on Computational Propaganda, 2017
‘europe’as a Normative Model in the Mediatised Discourse of Ukrainian Political elites
D Orlova
Europe-Asia Studies 69 (2), 222-241, 2017
Ukraine: External threats and internal challenges
M Zhdanova, D Orlova
Computational propaganda. Oxford: University of Oxford.[Link], 2019
Transmedia storytelling and memetic warfare: Ukraine’s wartime public diplomacy
R Horbyk, D Orlova
Place Branding and Public Diplomacy 19 (2), 228-231, 2023
EuroMaidan: Mediated Protests, Rituals and Nation-in-the-Making
D Orlova
Media Events: A Critical Contemporary Approach, 207-229, 2016
Narrating" Their War" and" Our War"-the Patriotic Journalism Paradigm in the Context of Swedish and Ukrainian Conflict Coverage
N Springer, G Nygren, A Widholm, D Orlova, D Taradai
Ukraine’s press freedom threatened by oligarchs
D Orlova, V Sydorenko
European Journalism Observatory, 2015
Informationskrig–mediekontroll och journalistik
G Nygren
Myndigheten för samhällsskydd och beredskap (MSB), 2016
Standards of media coverage of elections in Ukraine
D Orlova
Understandings of democracy and “good citizenship” in Ukraine: utopia for the people, participation in politics not required
J Szostek, D Orlova
Post-Soviet Affairs 38 (6), 479-496, 2022
Facebook as an alternative public space: The use of Facebook by Ukrainian journalists during the 2012 parliamentary election
D Orlova, D Taradai
Central European Journal of Communication 9 (1), 37-56, 2016
The Journalists’ Uprising: EuroMaidan in Ukraine
M Chornokondratenko, D Orlova
Mart 24, 2015, 2013
Representation of'Europe'in the mediatized discourse of Ukrainian political elites
D Orlova
Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona,, 2013
Free speech versus defence of the nation? The media as sources of national insecurity in Ukraine
J Szostek, D Orlova
European Security 33 (1), 82-106, 2024
Sourcing Dis/Information: How Swedish and Ukrainian Journalists Source, Verify, and Mediate Journalistic Truth During the Russian-Ukrainian Conflict
N Springer, G Nygren, D Orlova, D Taradai, A Widholm
Journalism Studies 24 (9), 1111-1130, 2023
The transformation of propaganda: The continuities and discontinuities of information operations, from Soviet to Russian active measures
R Horbyk, Y Prymachenko, D Orlova
Nordic Journal of Media Studies 5 (1), 68-94, 2023
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