Multimodale Rhetorik in der Onlinemedien-Kommunikation

Mai 2020 - September 2020

Leitung: Kay O'Halloran (Liverpool, GBR), John Bateman (Bremen, GER), Mehul Bhatt (Örebro, SWE)


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