Index of authors

IssueYearTitleAuthorAffiliation
ISSUE 1: Wooden languages. Chopped languages2017 (I)Brussels newspeak or populist rhetoric? Andreana Eftimova, Professor, DScSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 1: Wooden languages. Chopped languages2017 (I)Lingua Franca – Conceptualisation and Development ProcessesDenitza Gencheva, PhDIndependent Researcher
ISSUE 1: Wooden languages. Chopped languages2017 (I)Observations on the Indirect Advertising of Fashion and Cosmetics in Women’s MagazinesIva Ivanova, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 1: Wooden languages. Chopped languages2017 (I)The “Bulgaria” Case Under the Aim of Critical Discourse AnalysisAndreana Eftimova, Professor, DScSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 1: Wooden languages. Chopped languages2017 (I)Lingua Tertii Imperii (Excerpt)Victor Klemperer-
ISSUE 2: Virus in the net2017 (II)Bulgarian-Style FаCT-Checking – Do We Need Ministry of Truth?Lora Simeonova, Assistant professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 2: Virus in the net2017 (II)The Phenomenon of Online Social Network Sharing or the Butterfly EffectGreta Dermendjieva, Professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 2: Virus in the net2018 (II)The Phenomenon of Online Social Network Sharing or the Butterfly EffectRositsa Slavova, PhDIndependent Researcher
ISSUE 2: Virus in the net2017 (II)Social Media as a Source of Crisis and as a Crisis Management Tool – Example to Learn FromAsya Georgieva, PhDIndependent Researcher
ISSUE 2: Virus in the net2017 (II)Comparison in Sport Journalists’ SpeechViktor MinchevIndependent Researcher
ISSUE 2: Virus in the net2017 (II)Journalistic Editing - Editing Practices and Editorial PoliciesIva Ivanova, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 2: Virus in the net2017 (II)A Conception for the Creation of an European Communication CentreLyubima Yordanova, Associate Professor, PhDBulgarian Academy of Sciences
ISSUE 2: Virus in the net2017 (II)Fake News, Real Victory – The Rise of Donald Trump and Hyper-Partisan Sites?Lora Simeonova, Assistant professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 3: Difficult messages2018 (I)About Modern Militarism. How Russian Cinematography Familiarized With Chechen WarsWojciech Kajtoch, Professor, PhDJagiellonian University, Kraków
ISSUE 3: Difficult messages2018 (I)Gypsies in Cinema of Eastern EuropeSvetlozar Kirilov, Associate Professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 3: Difficult messages2018 (I)Facebook in the Trap of CensorshipLora Simeonova, Assistant professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 3: Difficult messages2018 (I)Sensational Stories in Social Networks and the Media Agenda (Typology of Viral Content in Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Platforms for 2017)Greta Dermendjieva, Professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 3: Difficult messages2019 (I)Sensational Stories in Social Networks and the Media Agenda (Typology of Viral Content in Youtube, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Platforms for 2017)Rositsa Slavova, PhDIndependent Researcher
ISSUE 3: Difficult messages2018 (I)The Double Nature of Speech in MediaTotka Monova, Professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 4: Ethics and labels2018 (II)Which Word Describes 2018?Editorial Board-
ISSUE 4: Ethics and labels2018 (II)Аrt Neological Lexis and Visual CultureNely NedyalkovaIndependent Researcher
ISSUE 4: Ethics and labels2018 (II)Semiopragmatics of Roger Oden in the Context of the Modern Communicative ParadigmIva Ivanova, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 4: Ethics and labels2018 (II)Monitoring and Analysis of the Media Representation of the LGBT Community in the Online Newspaper “Dnevnik”Alexander GeorgievSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 4: Ethics and labels2018 (II)"Signs without a will of their own" through the eyes of the cognitive derivatologyIliana Genew-Puhalewa, Professor, PhDUniversity of Warsaw
ISSUE 4: Ethics and labels2018 (II)Gender by Choice (Survey of Attitudes Towards the Concept of Gender)Reneta SlavovaIndependent Researcher
ISSUE 5: Language under attack2019 (I)Language Specifics of “Me Too” Movement’s Presentation in British Media (2017-2018)Tsvetelina Dzhambazova, PhDIndependent Researcher
ISSUE 5: Language under attack2019 (I)Participatory Journalism as a Means of Creating, Distributing and Verifying Fake NewsVanya Suharova Independent Researcher
ISSUE 5: Language under attack2019 (I)Linguo-Stylistic Analysis of Media Texts Concerning the LGBT Community Published in the Online Newspaper “Dnevnik” Between 2008 and 2012 Alexander GeorgievSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 5: Language under attack2019 (I)Botofascism vs Ordinary Fascism – How Martin Karbovski Was Stifled by FacebookLora Simeonova, Assistant professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 6: Corpora of free speech2019 (II)Some Observations on Can, Want and Have to in Politicians’ Public SpeechPetya Osenova, Professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 6: Corpora of free speech2020 (II)Some Observations on Can, Want and Have to in Politicians’ Public SpeechNadya TerzijskaIndependent Researcher
ISSUE 6: Corpora of free speech2019 (II)Black and White in the Print Media: The Language of Bulgarian Rock Read in TransitionEmil Bratanov, PhDBulgarian Music Association
ISSUE 6: Corpora of free speech2019 (II)Corpus Study of the Language of Commentary Journalistic ColumnsElena Tarasheva, Associate Professor, PhDNew Bulgarian University
ISSUE 6: Corpora of free speech2019 (II)Tendencies in the Composition of Press Relaeses for the New MediaYordan Karapenchev, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 6: Corpora of free speech2019 (II)The Model of South Korean Online Media Ohmynews in Citizen JournalismMomchil Tsonev, PhDIndependent Researcher
ISSUE 6: Corpora of free speech2019 (II)Activism and Slacktivism of Charity Campaigns in an Online EnvironmentZarina Vasileva, PhD StudentSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)Rhetorical Training: A Symbiosis of Communicative Theory and PracticeDonka Aleksandrova, Professor, DScBulgarian Association For Rhetoric
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)Dispositional and Argumentative Aspects of Primacy and Recency Effects: A Return to Classical RhetoricGerasim Petrinski, Associate Professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)Rhetorical Exercises – Ancient Practice and Modern Necessity. The Communication-Training Models in the Study of RhetoricNeli Stefanova, Associate Professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)Trainings for the Development of Prosocial Communication Among ProfessionalsDonka Petrova, Assistant professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)Corporate Culture – Mission, Vision, Values. Rhetorical Models, Used During a Working Seminar for Increasing the Efficiency of Business Communication in the Company’s TeamNadezhda Vaneva, PhD StudentSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)Rhetorical Techniques in the Negotiation ProcessStoyanka Balova, Assistant professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)Historical and Modern Forms of Alternative Dispute ResolutionMihail Mateev, Associate Professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)The Parliamentary Debate – A Critical Look at the Practice (2009-2019)Nataliya Kiselova, Associate Professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)Television PR and Behavior in Front of the Camera – Audiovisual Strategies, Practices, SkillsPolya Ivanova, Associate Professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)Mass Deviations From Literary Standards in the Media – Mistakes or New Norms?Andreana Eftimova, Professor, DScSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)Rhetorical Techniques in Parliamentary DebatesBoris Tsenov, PhD StudentSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)Live Online Streaming by Prime Minister on Facebook as a Tool for Communication.  Some Rhetorical and Communication AspectsPenka Vasileva-Georgieva, PhD StudentSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)The Development of Bulgarian-Greek Cultural Ties – Rhetorical Aspects of the Activity by the Association “Aristotle- A Cultural Bridge”Denitsa Medarska, PhD StudentSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)Rhetorical Analysis of David čErný’s Art Installation “Entropa: Stereotypes and Barriers to Be Demolished”Rossitza Yordanova, Associate Professor, PhDVarna Free University "Chernorizets Hrabar" 
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)About Some Dark Places in Genealogy and Phenomenology of TrainingMaksim Mizov, Professor, PhDCenter for Historical and Political Studies
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)The Influence of the “Other” in Psychotherapeutic and Medical PracticeRumyana Krumova-Pesheva, Professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2021 (I)The Influence of the “Other” in Psychotherapeutic and Medical PracticePeshev Haralampi, PhDMilitary Мedical Аcademy
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)Modern Application and Demonstration of the Ancient Rhetorical Exercises „еNcomium“ and „еTopeya“Adriana Ivancheva, PhDIndependent Researcher
ISSUE 7: Rhetorical training2020 (I)A Rhetorical Analysis of the Elevator PitchMariyan Vasev, PhD StudentSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 8: Cultural Memory2020 (II)Expressing Humor in Audiovisual Translation From Bulgarian Into RussianMaria M. StepanovaPeter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University
ISSUE 8: Cultural Memory2020 (II)Marc Riboud and the Truth About FlowersYordan Eftimov, Associate Professor, PhDNew Bulgarian University
ISSUE 8: Cultural Memory2020 (II)„Coverage of Cultural Topics and Objects in Traditional Electronic (Radio and Television) And New Media”Irina Todorova, PhDIndependent Researcher
ISSUE 8: Cultural Memory2020 (II)Communication Perspectives – Theory, Practice, Management, TendenciesVesselina Valkanova, Professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 8: Cultural Memory2020 (II)Haralan Angelov – Outside the Bulgarian Literary MemoryGreta Razsukanova, PhD StudentNew Bulgarian University
ISSUE 9: Values: Reloaded2021 (I)Locus of Control in Bulgarian Culture and Its Communicative Expression in Colloquial SpeechDiana Petkova, Associate Professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 9: Values: Reloaded2021 (I)„European“ vs. „Traditional“ Values in the Bulgarian MediaRalitsa Kovacheva, Associate Professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 9: Values: Reloaded2021 (I)Values in the War for Peace: Wilson‘S New Order on the Pages of „Mir“ Newspaper – National or Corporate Doctrines?Nadelina Aneva, PhD StudentSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 9: Values: Reloaded2021 (I)Visual Suggestions via Photos With Hunting TrophiesIvan Zahariev, PhD StudentSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 9: Values: Reloaded2021 (I)Levels of Religiosity in the Intercultural DialogueIvan Milenski, Associate Professor, PhDVeliko Tarnovo University "St. Cyril and St. Methodius"
ISSUE 9: Values: Reloaded2021 (I)Language and Nation. Ethnocultural Aspects of Language CommunicationDayana Edens, PhD StudentSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 10: Fake Reality2021 (II)The Role of Non-governmental Organizations in Public DiplomacyKalin Kalinov, Assistant professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 10: Fake Reality2021 (II) Psychology Can Help to Solve the Problem of Fake NewsStefan Markov, PhDBulgarian Academy of Sciences
ISSUE 10: Fake Reality2021 (II)Language Fashion in Online Media: Observations on Some Communication PracticesIva Ivanova, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 10: Fake Reality2021 (II)Advertisement Slogans CorpusKamen Kirilov, PhDIndependent Researcher
ISSUE 10: Fake Reality2021 (II)Bulgarian Newspapers Between Agony and Renaissance – Audience’s Attitude, Habits and ExpectationsLora Simeonova, Assistant professor, PhDSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 11: The Discreet Charm of Language Authority2022 (I)The Dispute Over a Children’s Book Related to Sex EducationPaulina Penova, student
Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 11: The Discreet Charm of Language Authority2022 (I)Stephen Fry’s “Mythos” – A Modern Adaptation of Ancient Greek Myths and LegendsDaniela Statulova, studentSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 11: The Discreet Charm of Language Authority2022 (I)Fake Political News on Facebook
Vladimir Dosev
Associate Professor, PhD
University of Economics – Varna
ISSUE 11: The Discreet Charm of Language Authority2022 (I)The Speech of Hate in the Election CampaignsElene Mateeva, PhD CandidateSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”, Bulgarian Public Relations Association
ISSUE 11: The Discreet Charm of Language Authority2022 (I)Update of the Translation of George Orwell’s Book “1984”. The Media Coverage
Vesela Yordanova, studentSofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski”
ISSUE 11: The Discreet Charm of Language Authority2022 (I)Lexical Quantitative Content Analysis in Comparison with Other Methods of Studying the Language of Print MediaWojciech Kajtoch, Professor, PhD
Jagiellonian University in Krakow

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