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Education

  • Assistant professor (2017-now) at Roskilde University in the department of communication studies
  • Postdoc (2015-2017) at the IT University of Copenhagen
  • PhD Student (2012-2015) at the IT University of Copenhagen. PhD title “Private politics on social network sites: How users manage being private and public political citizens on social network sites”
  • Master of Arts, communication (2011, Roskilde University)
  • Bachelor of Arts, psychology (2007, Roskilde University)

Journal publications

  1. Jensen, J.L., & Schwartz, S. A. (Accepted). Social media in the Danish election 2019. Scandinavian Political Studies.
  2. Schwartz, S. A., & Mahnke, M. S. (2020). Facebook use as a communicative relation: Exploring the relation between Facebook users and the algorithmic news feed. Information, Communication & Society, 0(0), 1–16. https://doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2020.1718179
  3. Schwartz, S. (2019). Sociale mediers rolle i politisk kommunikation: et litteraturstudie. Politik22(2). https://doi.org/10.7146/politik.v22i2.117707
  4. Farkas, J., & Schwartz, S. A. (2018). Please Like, Comment and Share our Campaign! How Social Media Managers for Danish Political Parties Perceive User-Generated Content. Nordicom Review. https://doi.org/10.2478/nor-2018-0008
  5. Schwartz, S. A. (2017). Public and proud: How and why some citizens use their Facebook network as a personal public. First Monday, 22(2). Retrieved from http://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/7350
  6. Schwartz, S. A. (2015). Campaigning and contestation: Comments on politicians’ Facebook pages during the 2011 Danish general election campaign. Social Media + Society, 1(2), 2056305115622480. https://doi.org/10.1177/2056305115622480

Peer reviewed book chapters

  1. Blach-Ørsten, M. & Schwartz, S. A. (2020). Offentlighed i hybride mediesystemer. I: Møller Nielsen, N., & Pedersen, K. (Eds.). Politisk kommunikation i humanistisk perspektiv. København: Djøf Forlag.
  2. Schwartz, S. A. (2020). Partilederes Facebooksider som et rum for kritisk debat. I: Just, S. N. & Gulbrandsen, I. (Eds.). Politisk kommunikation i humanistisk perspektiv. København: Djøf Forlag.
  3. Mayerhöffer, E. & Schwartz, S. A. (Accepted with revision). Fake eller Partisk?. I: Just, S. N. & Gulbrandsen, I. (Eds.). Politisk Kommunikation og Digitale Medier. Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur.
  4. Schwartz, S. A. (Accepted with revision). Partiledernes Facebookaktivitet under Folketingsvalget 2019. I: Just, S. N. & Gulbrandsen, I. (Eds.). Politisk Kommunikation og Digitale Medier. Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur.
  5. Schwartz, S. A. (Accepted). Den algoritmiske offentlighed på Facebook og brugeren som medskaber. I: Andreassen, R., Svabo, C., & Pedersen, R. R. (Eds.). Digitalisering af Hverdagen. Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur.

Public reports and articles

  1. Schwartz, S.A. (2017). Du er ikke repræsentativ. Analyse bestilt af Kforum: http://www.kommunikationsforum.dk/artikler/DRs-medieforsknings-rapport
  2. Rossi, L., Schwartz, S. & Mahnke, M. (2016). Sociale Medier og Politisk Engagement I Danmark. Available online: https://blogit.itu.dk/decidis/wp-content/uploads/sites/5/2016/04/Decidis_rapport_2016_dansk.pdf
  3. Schwartz, S. A. & Klastrup, L. (2013). Internettet og folketingsvalget 2011. Danske Medier, Kap. 2, s. 28-38. Available online: http://www.fdim.dk/sites/default/files/mediearkiv/rapporter/fdim_valgrapport2011.pdf
  4. Stald, G. & Schwartz, S. A. (2011). Danske børn på nettet. Danske resultater fra EU Kids Online. Info about project here: http://www.lse.ac.uk/media@lse/research/EUKidsOnline/Home.aspx

Selected examples of conference papers

  1. Schwartz, S. A. (2011). A Privacy Aware Social Network Site. Conference paper presented at 2011 Nordmedia.
  2. Schwartz, S. A. (2012). Converging contexts on social network sites: Have the contextual privacy issues been solved? Paper presented at APC 2012.
  3. Schwartz, S. A. (2012). Bridging the politician-citizen divide? Conference abstract presented at AOIR.
  4. Schwartz, S. A. and Klastrup, L. (2013). Politics, Social media platform Use and the Media Ecology. Conference abstract presented at Nordmedia
  5. Schwartz, S. A. (2013). The Space Between. Extended abstract presented at AOIR.
  6. Schwartz, S. A. (2014). Echo Chambers By Design: Citizen Debate on Politicians’ Facebook Pages. Conference paper presented at the conference Social Media and the Transformation of Public Space.
  7. Bruns, A. Merten, L. Moe, H. Moon, B. Münch, F. Schmidt, J. Schwartz, S. A. (2016). News Sharing on Twitter: A Nationally Comparative Study. Conference abstract presented at AOIR.
  8. Schwartz, S. A. (2016). Public and proud: Why and how some people experiment with public political communication on Facebook. Conference abstract presented in panel at AOIR 2016.
  9. Schwartz, S. A. (2016) Facebook – ftw! A comparative content analysis of party leaders on Facebook during 2011/2015 DK election. Conference abstract presented in panel at AOIR
  10. Schwartz, S. A. (2016). Make Way for Social Media! Strategy, Perception and Evaluation of Social Media Managers During Danish Election 2015. Conference abstract presented at ECREA.

Reviewer on

  • Convergence
  • Nordicomm Review
  • Social Media + Society

Teaching experience

  • Digital Methods
    • Institution: Roskilde University (2017-2020)
    • Level: Master
    • Role: Course manager
  • Politisk Kommunikation
    • Institution: Roskilde University (2017-2020)
    • Level: Master
    • Role: Course manager
  • Digital Media Culture
    • Institution: the IT University (2012-2017)
    • Level: Bachelor
    • Role: Course manager
  • Global IT
    • Institution: the IT University (2015-2016)
    • Level: Master
    • Teacher
  • Media and Communication Theory
    • Institution: the IT University (2016)
    • Level: Bachelor
    • Teacher
  • Scientific Methods and IT Understanding
    • Institution: the IT University (2016)
    • Level: Master
    • Teacher
  • Scientific Methods and IT Understanding
    • Institution: the IT University (2016)
    • Level: Bachelor
    • Role: Course responsible