Anastasiia Klimashevskaia

PhD Candidate

University of Bergen
Anastasia Klimashevskaia is a PhD student at the University of Bergen. Born in 1995 in Orel, Russia, she obtained a bachelor degree at Moscow State University for the Humanities with the main focus on Computational Linguistics, Natural Language Processing and Robotics. To broaden the horizons, Anastasia has moved to Graz, Austria and has completed a master program there at Graz University of Technology. Her master thesis was addressing the problem of creating automated summarisation system for American legislation committees' transcripts, in an attempt to create a news source utilizing the available legislation data and cater the facts in an accessible way to a wider audience minimising any bias in the new articles generated. This thesis was conducted in collaboration with California Polytechnic State University within a half-a-year research work in San Luis Obispo, California. Excited about solving such complicated tasks and make technology more user-friendly, fair and responsible, Anastasiia has decided to pursue further career in research and has been accepted to the University of Bergen and MediaFutures to a PhD position researching Recommender Systems. Apart from research, she is also passionate about painting and drawing, hiking, cooking and gaming.


Borchgrevink-Brækhus, Marianne; Moe, Hallvard

The Burden of Subscribing: How Young People Experience Digital News Subscriptions Journal Article

In: Journalism Studies , 2023.

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Trattner, Christoph; Jannach, Dietmar; Motta, Enrico; Meijer, Irene Costera; Diakopoulos, Nicholas; Elahi, Mehdi; Opdahl, Andreas L.; Tessem, Bjørnar; Borch, Njål; Fjeld, Morten; Øvrelid, Lilja; Smedt, Koenraad De; Moe, Hallvard

Responsible media technology and AI: challenges and research directions Journal Article

In: AI and Ethics, 2021.

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Knudsen, Erik; Moe, Hallvard



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Moe, Hallvard

Fake news og mediebruk Presentation

Vestlandsseminaret, 01.01.2021.

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Ytre-Arne, Brita; Moe, Hallvard

Folk theories of algorithms: Understanding digital irritation Journal Article

In: Media, Culture & Society, 2020, (Pre SFI).


Moe, Hallvard; Hovden, Jan Fredrik; Karppinen, Kari

Operationalizing exposure diversity. Journal Article

In: European Journal of Communication, pp. 1-2, 2020, (Pre SFI).

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Ytre-Arne, Brita; Syvertsen, Trine; Moe, Hallvard; Karlsen, Faltin

Temporal ambivalences in smartphone use: Conflicting flows, conflicting responsibilities. Journal Article

In: New Media and Society, vol. 22, no. 9, pp. 1715–1732, 2020, (Pre SFI).

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Lomborg, Stine; Dencik, Lina; Moe, Hallvard

Methods for datafication, datafication of methods: Introduction to the Special Issue. Journal Article

In: European Journal of Communication, vol. 35, no. 3, pp. 203-212, 2020, (Pre SFI).

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Holst, Cathrine; Moe, Hallvard

Deliberative systems theory and citizens’ use of online media: testing a critical theory of democracy on a high achiever. Journal Article

In: Political Studies, pp. 1-18, 2020, (Pre SFI).

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Moe, Hallvard

Distributed Readiness Citizenship: A Realistic, Normative Concept for Citizens’ Public Connection. Journal Article

In: Communication Theory, 2019, ISSN: 1050–3293, (Pre SFI).

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Ytre-Arne, Brita; Moe, Hallvard

Approximately Informed, Occasionally Monitorial? Reconsidering Normative Citizen Ideals. Journal Article

In: International Journal of Press/Politics, vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 227–246, 2018, (Pre SFI).

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