Mervi Pantti is a professor in Media and Communication Studies
NORDIS – Nordic observatory for digital media and information disorders, European Digital Media Observatory (EDMO) 2021-2023.
Media Platforms and Social Accountability: Dynamics, Practices and Discourses (MAPS), Academy of Finland 2020-2024.
Reshaping Attention and Inclusion Strategies for Distinctively Vulnerable People among the Forcibly Displaced (RAISD), EU Horizon 2019-2022.
Racisms and Public Communications in the Hybrid Media Environment (HYBRA), Academy of Finland 2016-2019.
Media, Information Management and Emotional Currents in the Refugee, Helsingin Sanomat Foundation 2016-2018.
Laaksonen, Salla-Maaria, Pantti, M. & Titley, G. (2020) Broadcasting the movement and branding political microcelebrities: Finnish anti-immigration video practices on YouTube. Journal of Communication 70(2), 171–194.
Malmberg, M. & Pantti, M. (2020) Migrant youths and YouTube entertainment: Media participation in post-migrant Finland. Culture Unbound 12(x).
Kukkakorpi, M. & Pantti, M. (2020) A sense of place: VR journalism and emotional engagement. Journalism Practice. Online first.
Pantti, M., Nelimarkka, M., Nikunen, K. & Titley, G. (2019) The meanings of racism: Public discourses about racism in Finnish news media and online discussion forums. European Journal of Communication 34(5), 503-519.
Pantti, M. (2019) The personalization of conflict reporting: Visual coverage of the Ukraine crisis on Twitter. Digital Journalism 7(1), 124–145.
Ojala, M. Kaasik. S. & Pantti, M. (2019) Presidential speeches and the online politics of belonging: affective-discursive positions towards refugees in Finland and Estonia. European Journal of Cultural Studies 22(2), 164–179.
Ojala, M., Pantti, M. & Laaksonen, S-M. (2019) Networked publics as agents of accountability: Online interactions between citizens, the media and immigration officials during the European refugee crisis. New Media & Society 21(2), 279–297.
Pantti, M. & Ojala, M. (2018) Caught between sympathy and suspicion: Journalistic perceptions and practices of telling asylum seekers’ personal stories. Media, Culture & Society.