”Since I am Danish …”: National identitet brugt til at skabe tilknytning til fænomenet ’hygge’ i vlogs på YouTube


  • Elisabeth Muth Andersen




membership categorization analysis, identitetskonstruktion, dansk nationalitet, vlogs, hygge




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Muth Andersen, E. (2022). ”Since I am Danish …”: National identitet brugt til at skabe tilknytning til fænomenet ’hygge’ i vlogs på YouTube. NyS, Nydanske Sprogstudier, 1(61), 40–72. https://doi.org/10.7146/nys.v1i61.132243