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To monitor the development of newspapers among the Swedish population, especially their role in relation to other media, a research program named Dagspresskollegiet was set up in 1979. Dagspresskollegiet was founden by the Association of Swedish Newspaper Publishers and located at the Göteborg University. The purpose for Dagspresskollegiet as a program, is to do long-term research and illustrate the national press and it´s development in Sweden from a readers point of view.
Two different types of annual studies about newspapers and other media was initiated. The first of them - Läsvanestudien (The study of reading habits) - deals with frequency of habits, the other one - Mediebarometern (Media Barometer) - deals with recency or actual reading. Both of these studies are national representative, survey studies.
Local studies of media use are also done in cooperation with local and regional newspapers. The character of these are that they usually use the same questions as in Läsvanestudien, which makes it possible to do comparative studies between districts and a national average and between diff

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Björkqvist Hellingwerf, K. (1994) Tidningsläsning i Luleå och Kiruna. Presentation av en läsarundersökning. Rapport nr 34. Göteborg: Institutionen för journalistik och masskommunikation.
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Björkqvist Hellingwerf, K. (1995) Tidningsläsning i Gästrikland. Rapport nr. 46. Göteborg: Institutionen för journalistik och masskommunikation.
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Björkqvist, K. (1988) Tidningsläsning i Gästrikland. Presentation av en läsarundersökning. Arbetsrapport nr 28. Göteborg: Statsvetenskapliga institutionen.
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Björkqvist, K. (1988) Tidningsläsning i Värmland - en presentation av en läsarundersökning. Arbetsrapport nr 42. Göteborg: Statsvetenskapliga institutionen.

Elliot, M., Reimer, B., & Weibull, L. (1986) Tidningsläsning i Kalmar län. Göteborg: Statsvetenskapliga institutionen.
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