Interkulturel medieoplevelse

Interkulturel medieoplevelse Interkulturelle udvekslinger er et fænomen, der er lige så gammelt som den menneskelige kultur, men det blev først sat på begreb med fremkomsten af et empirisk fokus på “læseren” i humanistisk forskning. Interkulturel cirkulation af teater, musik og litteratur rettede forskningens opmærksomhed mod bestemte modtagergruppers forbrug af performative og litterære kulturprodukter inden for […]

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Forfatter Norbert Wildermuth
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