I specialize in the sociology of media production and consumption, and the role of media in society and culture. I do research on news consumption, lifestyles and cultural stratification, and the sociology of fields of cultural production.
I mainly teach media and communication theory and research methods. I also supervise thesis work.
- Lindell, J, Jakobsson, P & Stiernstedt, F (2020) The field of television production: Genesis, structure and position-takings. Poetics. Download here.
- Lindell, J (2018) Smaken för nyheter: Klasskillnader i det digitala medielandskapet. Nordicom. Download here.
Lindell, J & Hovden JF (2017) Distinctions in the Media Welfare State: Audience Fragmentation in Post-egalitarian Sweden. Media, Culture & Society. Download here.
- Lindell, J (2017) Distinction Recapped: Digital News Repertoires in the Class Structure. New Media & Society. Download here.
- Lindell, J (2017) Bringing Field Theory to Social Media, and Vice-Versa: Network-Crawling an Economy of Recognition on Facebook. Social Media + Society 3(4): 1-11. Download here
- Lindell, J & Sartoretto, P (2017) Young People, Class and the News: Distinction, Socialization and Moral Sentiments in Journalism Studies, OnlineFirst. Download here
- Ohlsson, J., Lindell, J & Arkhede, S. (2017) A Matter of Cultural Distinction: News Consumption in the Online Media Landscape in European Journal of Communication 32(2): 116-130. Download here
- Lindell, J & Karlsson, M. (2016) Cosmopolitan Journalists? Global Journalism in the Work and Visions of Journalists in Journalism Studies 17(7): 860-870. Download here
- Lindell, J. (2015) Bourdieusian Media Studies: Returning Social Theory to Old and New Media in Distinktion: Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory 16(3): 362-377. Download here.
- Lindell, J. (2015) Mediapolis, Where art Thou?: Mediated Cosmopolitanism in Three Media Systems between 2002-2010 in International Communication Gazette 77(2): 189-207. Download here