Monthly Archives: September 2018

Marta DABROWSKA, Are Women Good to Talk to? Language Strategies in Women’s Posts on Social Networking Site

Abstract: CMC and notably social networking sites appear to empower their users to express their views freely. The paper investigates manifestations of an unorthodox online behaviour, especially that of women. The analysis of YouTube and Facebook (fanpages) English-medium posts demonstrates

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Elçin ESMER, Discursive Representations of Syrian Migrants in Turkish Mass Media and Social Media and the Effects of These Media Discourses on Syrian Migrants

Resumé: The study aims to analyze discursive representation of Syrian migrants in the mass and social media and the effect of the discourse on the migrants. Data consisted of one hundred opinion articles, one hundred social media posts and thirty

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Ana-Maria SEZONOV, The Social-Semiotic Analysis of Several Artistic-Activist Online Discourses Regarding the Context of Immigration

Abstract My study aims to analyze two international well-known artists: Ai Weiwei and Dan Perjovschi, which use their visibility strategies to disseminate civic and artistic messages as hybrid quasiobjects of works of art and discourses, in order to reflect upon

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Diana VARGOLOMOVA, The Writing Practice as a Renegotiation of Identity in Context of Emigration

Abstract The paper discusses the connection between writing, identity and community in the online communication, presenting a part of a PhD thesis which reviews 12 blogs of recent Italian emigrants in the United States between October 2011 and October 2014.

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Andrea C. VALENTE, Resilience and Well-Being Among International Students During Acculturation Process: Blogging Without Borders

Abstract: This article explores eight personal blog narratives by Erasmus students who post about their cross-cultural experiences while studying in a foreign country. The study defends that international students can develop coping mechanisms and resilience when facing acculturative stressors during

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Cornelia ILIE, Introduction

This special issue of the International Journal of Cross-Cultural Studies and Environmental Communication offers a peer-reviewed selection of thematically representative papers presented at the 4th ESTIDIA Conference hosted by Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, on 29-30 September 2017. The conference, whose

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Nr. 1/2017

IJCCSEC Volume 6, Issue 1, 2017 DIALOGUES ACROSS BORDERS DISCOURSES OF INTERPERSONAL AND INTER-GROUP ENCOUNTERS © Editura Universitară & ADI Publication ISSN 2285 – 3324 ISSN-L = 2285 – 3324 DOI: (Digital Object Identifier):10.5682/22853324 Coordinator: Cornelia Ilie   Cornelia ILIE Cornelia

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