Translation Services in the Nordics
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- Some Notes on the Use of Mikhail Bakhtin’s Dialogism (Heteroglossia) as a Method in Media Text Analysis
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- The consequences of colonialism in Latvia during a mass migration period in Europe (2015/2016)
- „The Visualisation of News Reports: A Comparative Analysis of Newspapers in Seven Different Countries – Myths, Identities and Culture”.
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„The Visualisation of News Reports: A Comparative Analysis of Newspapers in Seven Different Countries – Myths, Identities and Culture”.
The Visualisation of News Reports (A Comparative Analysis of Newspapers in Seven Different Countries): Myths, Identities and Culture Business Meets Art: Beyond the Traditional Approach to Education, management and Business. (2016). RISEBA. ISBN 978-9984-705-32-3 Sandra Veinberg … Continue reading
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Media as a Specific Technology of Culture. The Digital Field is Already Here.
The 10th International Conference Exploring Culture: Consumption, Organization and Communication May 17-18, 2012 Vilnius University Conference_proceedings_2012.05.12-Kaunas Sandra Veinberg: Media as a Specific Technology of Culture. The Digital Field is Already Here. The 10th International Conference Exploring Culture: Consumption, Organization and … Continue reading
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Censorship – the Mission of the Media
Sandra Veinberg Censorship – the Mission of the Media Censorship – the Mission of the Media examines the role of the media in censoring social life events and everyday processes in a popular science way. “Silence is golden; speech … Continue reading
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