No. 2/ 2013 & No. 1/ 2014


IJCCSEC, Volume 2, Issue 2, 2013 & Volume 1, Issue 1, 2014

DIALOGUE-DRIVEN CHANGE IN THE PUBLIC SPHERE

© Editura Universitară & ADI Publication

ISSN: 2285 – 3324

ISSN-L: 2285 – 3324

DOI: 10.5682/22853324

Coordinator: Cornelia ILIE

 

Table of contents:

Cornelia ILIE
Dialogue-driven Change in the Public Sphere: An Introduction


Volume 2, Issue 2, 2013


I. Multi-voiced discourses in the changing European public sphere

Cornelia ILIE
Undergoing or enacting change? Societal change as discursive practice

Oana ŞTEFĂNIŢĂ
EU – from media discourse to citizens’ interpersonal conversation agendas

Francesca RUGGIERI
Political satire on television: How political satire encourages critical awareness of political issues and contributes to the formation of a civic culture

Gemma SCALISE
European identity construction in the public sphere: A case study of narratives of Europe

Raluca LEVONIAN
Endorsing change from a conservative perspective? The case of a new Romanian right-wing party

Ivanka MAVRODIEVA
The functions of rhetoric in the Bulgarian public sphere

Luigi CAZZATO
For a border-dialogue in ‘fortress Europe’: The re-appropriation of mediterranean routes


II. Changing strategies in gendering discourses

Ruxandra BOICU
The current world crisis and the thematic changes in media discourse: An illustration of masculinization of political journalists’ discourse

Rosanna MASIOLA, Renato TOMEI
Gender in blackness: Stereotyping in children’s literature, media and political discourse

Adriana ŞTEFĂNEL
Lost in a men’s world: Women in Romanian local politics

Stefania SPINA, Jessica CANCILA
Gender issues in the interactions of Italian politicians on Twitter: Identity, representation and flows of conversation

Valeria ROSSINI, Fiorenza LOIACONO
How Italian fathers’ perception of their childcare capacity is changing between tradition and modernity

Dilina BESHIRI, Edi PUKA
Domestic violence as a human rights issue: The case of Albanian women

Letizia CARRERA
Gender issues and social change: Looking at new male job choices


III. The impact of digital environments on citizens’empowerment

Donatella PADUA
The role of trust in e-engagement: A case study on EU governments

Haris NEOPHYTOU, Neofytos GEROSAVVA, Yiannis KONNARIS
SEED: Enforcing citizen-centered social dialogue in European Municipalities

Andrea CASSANO
The role of forums in the social construction of public opinion


Volume 1, Issue 1, 2014


I. Socio-political change at the interface of tradition and modernity

Rafael Jiménez CATAÑO
What is persuasive about the old and the new?

Mariselda TESSAROLO
Social change: How ‘tradition’ renews itself through the experience of dialogue in the public sphere

Katerina STRANI
The impact of socio-political change on public sphere theory: Exploring the relevance of communicative rationality

Paola ZACCARIA
Mediterranean and transatlantic artivism: Counter-acting neo-colonialisms in the public sphere

Maja MUHIC
Contemporary anthropological questions: Insightful reflections on current social shifts


II. Intercultural approaches to educational change

Stefania SCAGLIONE, Sandro CARUANA
’Superdiverse’ school populations in Southern Europe: Reflections on language use and suggestions for learning strategies

Angela ŞOLTAN
Language education and its effectiveness in the Republic of Moldova

Federico ZANNONI
Second generation or generation of change? The impact of second generation immigrants on the present and the future of Italian society

Lucia Amelia SALVATO
Dialogical interaction in the arts: Is social change possible through literature?

Rosita MAGLIE, Annarita TARONNA
Intercultural dialogue-driven change in primary teacher education: From theory to practice

Yanka TOTSEVA
The education reforms, public discussions and social changes in Bulgaria

Aleksandar TAKOVSKI
Texts are a-changing, are times catching up? On the divergence between discourses of social change in Macedonia


 

 

 

 

 

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