Styles of Communication

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Frequency:  1 issue per year  (December)
Print ISSN: 2065-7943
Online ISSN: 2067-564X

Styles of Communication is an international journal which is published annually by the “Danubius” University of Galați in cooperation with the Committee for Philology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Wrocław Branch.

The main purpose of Styles of Communication is to show the unity existing within global diversity. As communication implies, besides the transfer of information to others and the decoding of the others’ messages, the production of meaning within (non)verbal texts/ objects is closely connected to interculturality, creativity and innovation and it needs a refining of styles in order to avoid misunderstandings.

This journal is a plea for interdisciplinarity as its aim is to include different perspectives on cultural studies, coming from different fields, such as linguistics, semiotics, literature, political and sociological studies, communication, public relations, anthropology, translation studies etc.

Editors-in-chief | Camelia Cmeciu, Piotr Chruszczewski

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Dear Researchers and Collaborators

The journal Styles of Communication has been transferred to the Faculty of Journalism and Communication Studies, University of Bucharest, Romania. For more information and article submission - please access the following link
The archive of the journal untill 2014 will remain on the current site.

Posted: 2015-08-03

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Vol 6, No 1 (2014)

Table of Contents


Lexical Approach to Cultural Aspects of Death in the Old Frisian Writings PDF
Katarzyna Buczek

The Prevalence of Reading Difficulties among Children in Scholar Age PDF
Maria Rosita Cecilia, Pierpaolo Vittorini, Vincenza Cofini, Ferdinando di Orio

From Poule de Luxe to Geisha: Source Languages behind the Present-Day English Synonyms of Prostitute PDF
Bożena Duda

On the Cultural and Cognitive Nature of the Skinny/Fatty Opposition PDF
Agnieszka Grząśko

Attitudes towards Student Support System in Distance Learning: A Questionnaire Survey PDF
Sara Haghighi, Maryam Danaye Tous

The Actor “Comes to Live”. Dialogue between Lessing and Diderot PDF
Céline Huot

Duality of the Sign Deconstructed. On the Basis of the Works by Jacques Derrida PDF
Paulina Kłos

Uniqueness and Tradition, according to Patek Philippe PDF
Costin Popescu

Globalization by the Souths. Chinese-African Relations and International Order PDF
Julien Rajaoson

Vladimir Nabokov: A Case Study of Multilingualism and Translation PDF
Paulina Rothermel

Searching the Origins of Political Discourse – An Intertextual Analysis of Ronald Reagan’s Farewell Speech PDF
Małgorzata Szudrowicz-Garstka

The Linguistic Recontextualization of the Kosova and Serbia Negotiations in Global Media PDF
Lindita Tahiri, Besa Luci

Political Parties and Interest Groups Members' Patterns of Social Network Site Usage in Kyrgyzstan PDF
Elira Turdubaeva

Language Practices on Internet Game Fora PDF
Szymon Wach