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Vol 3 (2019) Media Ecology – (Un)necessary Research Perspective in Communication and Media Studies Abstract  PDF
Małgorzata Laskowska, Krzysztof Marcyński
Vol 3 (2019) The Zoom Interference Model of New Media. A Metaphor-Based Dynamic Approach in the Jungle of Concepts Abstract  PDF
Katalin Fehér
Vol 1 (2017) Populism in Bulgaria Between Politicization of Media and Mediatization of Politics Abstract  PDF
Lilia Raycheva, Dobrinka Peicheva
Vol 3 (2019) Religious Outlook in Times of Deep Mediatization. A Case Study of the Print Media of the Russian Orthodox Church in Great Britain and Ireland Abstract  PDF
Łukasz Fajfer
Vol 3 (2019) Mediatization of (Im)mobility Experiences: New Media Use of (Im)mobile Groups Abstract  PDF
Sander Salvet, Anu Masso
Vol 4 (2020) Mediatization of Social Reality and Media Experience of Seniors Abstract  PDF
Joanna Kukier
Vol 4 (2020) Mediatyzacja edukacji na poziomie akademickim. Szanse i zagrożenia z perspektywy studentów i pracowników naukowych – wyniki badań własnych Abstract  PDF
Izabela Golonka
Vol 4 (2020) Post-Convergent Mediatization: Toward a Media Typology Beyond Web 2.0 Abstract  PDF
Rubén Ramírez
Vol 1 (2017) Mediatization Studies and Cultural Studies: A Possible Dialogue for Further Critical Analysis? Abstract  PDF
Myriam Durocher
Vol 1 (2017) On the concept of figurations, deep mediatization, and the adulthood of media and communication studies – the interview with Andreas Hepp Abstract  PDF
Jakub Nowak
Vol 2 (2018) Surveillance and privacy as emerging issues in communication and media studies. An introduction Abstract  PDF
Johanna E. Möller, Jakub Nowak
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