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[ecrea] special issue of the Czech journal Medialni studia (Media Studies) on post-socialist media audiences

Thu Nov 14 13:56:30 GMT 2013

The special issue of the Czech journal Medialni studia (Media Studies) focusing on post-socialist media audiences has been published!

The journal is published by Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague. The special issue is one of the outputs of COST Action IS0609 Transforming Audiences, Transforming Societies and was supported by Czech funding scheme COST CZ LD1175. It was edited by Irena Reifova and Tereza Pavlickova (both Charles University in Prague).

Full articles can be downloaded via CEEOL database or (with some minor delay) on

Table of contents:

Irena Reifová, Tereza Pavlícková:

Invisible Audiences: Structure and Agency in Post-socialist Media Studies

Zrinjka Peruško, Dina Vozab, Antonija Cuvalo:

Audiences as a Source of Agency in Media Systems: Post-socialist Europe in Comparative Perspective

Alina Dobreva:

Evaluation of Political Regimes, Personal Predispositions, and Political Information Processing (Case of Bulgaria)

Janis Juzefovics:

Television News Preferences and a Sense of Belonging among the Russian-speaking Minority in Post-Communist Latvia: the Case of Panorama and Vremya

Lucia Vesnic-Alujevic, Nataša Simeunovic Bajic”

Media Consumption Patterns: Watching TV in Former Yugoslav States

Laura Visan:

Reading Cutezatorii and Watching Jackie Chan: Romanian Children and the Communist Propaganda in 1970s and the 1980s

Zuzana Skrepská:

Screens in Waiting Rooms of Gynaecology Clinics: Exploitation of a Trusted Place

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