Central European Journal of Communication, Vol. 5, No 1 (8), Spring 2012, ss.164

Editors’ introduction: How to approach change in modern communications

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Spies like us: Media, politics and the communist past in Bulgaria

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Bulgaria, media, politics, journalist spy, communist past

“Original democracy”: A rhetorical analysis of Romanian post-revolutionary political discourse and the University Square protests of June 1990

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Romania, revolution, rhetoric, Iliescu, University Square protests

Old and new constraints in foreign news coverage in post-communist Ukraine

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international communication, foreign news production, post-Soviet media, Ukraine

Remixing international news reporting: Towards a renewed confederacy of correspondences

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counter-power, global journalism, remix, international news reporting, networked journalism

Use of sources in newspaper coverage of the 2009 Bulgarian parliamentary election

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sources, Bulgarian press, election news, political communication

Constructing identity on social networks. An analysis of competences of communication constituted on Facebook.com

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identity, communication, social networks, network analysis, Facebook

Young people as a media audience: From content to usage processes

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media audience, media usage patterns, media set, media content, blogs, media technologies

Emerging patterns and trends in citizen journalism in Africa: The case of Zimbabwe

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Zimbabwe, alternative journalism, citizen journalism, interviews

Interview: Democracy and new media in Central and Eastern Europe

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