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Dubbing and subtitling are the most prevalent methods used to make foreign-language television programmes available to a domestic market. Each adaptation method has its advantages and disadvantages. This article provides an inventory of the pros and cons of both methods on the basis of three...
This article evaluates trends in young people's reading habits. In order to get a better understanding of reading habits, the article compares the results of comparative and longitudinal research with results of time budget analysis studies. In accordance with the principle of displacement, time...
In current television business rhetoric it is often assumed that television channels are `dying' as a consequence of digitalization and convergence. The article argues that such scenarios tend to be based on too restricted notions of what broadcasters' assembling of programmes consists of. To...
This article, based on research that the author conducted between 1997 and 2000, examines the relationship between Cypriot television programmes and the lifestyles of 13- to 18-year-old Greek-Cypriot teenagers. Cognitive and affective lifestyle values are identified in relation to television...
Professionalization has become a self-defining, catch-all buzzword employed to explain the recent changes in political communication. However, because of the catch-all or blanket explanatory quality of the term `professionalization', its use within the literature on political communication and...
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