Publications

2022

  • Gkazi, A. (2022). “… stories behind History”. A public history exhibition at the National Historical Museum in Athens. The Public Historian 44 (1), 27-50. https://doi.org/10.1525/tph.2022.44.1.27

  • Iordanoglou D., Panagiotopoulou L.,(eds). (2022). Scient. Ed. in Konopaske R., Ivancevich J. M. & Matteson M. T. Organizational Behavior and Management. Tziolas Publications [in Greek]

2021

  • Bakounakis, N. (2021a). When I fell into the inkwell. A literary journalism memoir. Athens: Polis [in Greek].

  • Bakounakis, N. (2021b). Introduction to Antonis Samarakis’ Collected Works. Athens: Psychoghios [in Greek]

  • Gazi, A. & Boubouca, A. (2021). Participatory visibility in web radio content production: the case of the radio bubble #rbnews hashtag at the Greek Public Broadcaster shut-down. Radiomorphoses Journal, Revue No 5/6. Dossier: La radio au service de ses publics

  • Gazi, A. & Gardikiotis, A. (2021). Ed. & Introduction. In C. Dawson, (2019). A-Z of Digital Research Methods (trans in Greek Ioanna Firippi). Athens: Pedio [in Greek].

  • Gazi, A., Georgiou, C., Nicolaou, N., Stavrakis, E., Fernadez, A. (2021). Social Resilience and Digital Data in Greece and Cyprus. Mapping the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic via social media. In Pleios, G., Skamnakis, A., and Theoharidis, S. (eds.) Media construction of a pandemic. Athens: Papazizis [in Greek]

  • Papadopoulou, L. & Gazi, A. (2021). Résistance et résilience audiovisuelles en Grèce: L’occupation d’ERT, et la création d’un espace d’expressions alternatives: Metadeftero web- radio. Radiomorphoses Journal, Revue No 5/6. Dossier: La radio au service de ses publics

  • Gkazi, A. (2021). Heritage as obstacle; Or which view to the Acropolis? In E. Solomon (Ed.) Contested Antiquity (pp. 245-271). Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

  • Gkazi, Α. & Koukouli, Μ. (2021). “Gerani talks”: Oral testimonies in a hidden neighbourhood of Athens. In R. van Boeschoten, B. Dalkavoukis & E. Kallimopoulou (Eds), Oral history and anti-archives. Voices, images, and places (pp. 229-55). Volos: Association of Oral History [in Greek].

  • Gkazi A. et al. (2021) REVAthens: Bringing Athens of the Revolution to Life Through Museum Theatre Methodology and Digital Gamification Techniques. In: Shehade M., Stylianou-Lambert T. (eds) Emerging Technologies and the Digital Transformation of Museums and Heritage Sites. RISE IMET 2021. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 1432. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-83647-4_12

  • Salmouka F., Gkazi A. (2021) Mapping Sonic Practices in Museum Exhibitions – An Overview. In: Shehade M., Stylianou-Lambert T. (eds) Emerging Technologies and the Digital Transformation of Museums and Heritage Sites. RISE IMET 2021. Communications in Computer and Information Science, vol 1432. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-83647-4_5

  • Iordanoglou, D. (2021). Critical leadership skills in times of crisis. Presentation at the Conference of the National School of Public Administration and Local Government "Upgrading and Reorientation of Skills in the Modern Executive State" Athens, 15-16/7/2021 [in Greek]

  • Karatosidi, S. C. & Iordanoglou, D. (2021). The role of Executive Functions and Emotional Intelligence in Leadership: a Neuropsychological Perspective. Presentation at the 23th International Conference on Leadership and Management (Digital 24-25/05/2021). World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, International Journal of Economics and Management Engineering Vol:15, No:05

  • Kakavoulia, M. & Frantzi, A. (Eds) (2021), Special Issue on Eleni Vakalo. Xartis, 25. Available at: https://www.hartismag.gr/hartis-25/afierwmata/elenh-bakalo [in Greek].

  • Kakavoulia, M. (2021a). The words, the things and the poets without language. In M. Kakavoulia & A. Frantzi (Eds) (2021), Special Issue on Eleni Vakalo. Xartis, 25. Available at: https://www.hartismag.gr/hartis-25/afierwma/oi-lexeis-ta-pragmata-kai-oi-aglwssoi-poihtes [in Greek].

  • Kakavoulia, M. (2021b). Vakalo’s ‘Cordelia’. Rewriting a classical love text of the western literary canon. In M. Kakavoulia & A. Frantzi (Eds) (2021), Special Issue on Eleni Vakalo. Xartis, 25. Available at: https://www.hartismag.gr/hartis-25/afierwma/h-cordelia-ths-bakalo-xanagrafontas-ena-keimeno-toy-erwtikoy-kanona [in Greek].

  • Kakavoulia, M. (2021c). The poet and the painter. In M. Kakavoulia & A. Frantzi (Eds), Special Issue on Eleni Vakalo. Xartis, 25. Available at: https://www.hartismag.gr/hartis-25/afierwma/h-poihtria-kai-o-zwgrafos [in Greek].

  • Karpouzis, K., & Tsatiris, G. A. (2021). AI in (and for) Games. In Advances in Machine Learning/Deep Learning-based Technologies (pp. 27-43). Springer, Cham.

  • Kritikos, D., & Karpouzis, K. (2021). From pixels to notes: a computational implementation of synaesthesia for cultural artefacts. arXiv preprint arXiv:2101.12038.

  • Legaki, N. Z., Karpouzis, K., Assimakopoulos, V., & Hamari, J. (2021). Gamification to avoid cognitive biases: An experiment of gamifying a forecasting course. Technological Forecasting and Social Change, 167, 120725.

  • Naftis, M., Tsatiris, G., & Karpouzis, K. (2021). How Camera Placement Affects Gameplay in Video Games. Twelfth International Conference on Information, Intelligence, Systems and Applications (IISA 2021). arXiv preprint arXiv:2109.03750.

  • Kokkori, P. (2021). Michael Pieris’ “Australia poems”: nostalgia and desire of belonging. The Athens Review of Books, 134. Available at:https://athensreviewofbooks.com/arxeio/teyxos134/5008-ta-poiimata-tis-afstralias-tou-mixali-pieri¨[in Greek].

  • Leandros, N. (2021). Introduction. In S. Triantafyllou (Ed.), Media and Journalism in Transition (pp. XI-XIV). Athens: Disigma.

  • Kothari, A. & Tsakarestou, B. (2021). Hack the Camp: An entrepreneurial public diplomacy and social intervention initiative to address the refugee crisis in Greece. International Communication Gazette, 83 (1), 9-25. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/1748048519883508. Article first published online: November 5, 2019; Issue published: February 1, 2021.

  • Vatikiotis, P. (2021) Popularizing science: The case of YouTube channel “What the Fact?!” In Bonfils, P., Dumas, D., Rémond, É., Stassin, B. and Vovou, I. (eds.) Media Literacy Throughout Life: New pedagogical challenges to the accompaniment of the citizen / L’éducation aux médias tout au long de la vie: Des nouveaux enjeux pédagogiques à l’accompagnement du citoyen. Proceedings of the International Conference Ticemed 12 (pp 335-343). Athens: International Association Ticemed.

  • Vatikiotis, P. (2021) Digital data and “biopolitics” in pandemic times . In Pleios, G., Skamnakis, A., and Theoharidis, S. (eds.) Media construction of a pandemic (pp. 373-390). [in Greek]

  • Vatikiotis P. (2021). Indymedia, a multi-paradigmatic case of alternative media: The interplay between media, commons and movements. Journal of Alternative & Community Media, 6(1), 69-85. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1386/joacm_00094_1

  • Vovou I. (2021) «Enseigner ‘sans contact’»: témoignages d’étudiants», in Y. Lebthai (ed.), Zoom sur la fac. Les universités à l’épreuve du distanciel, Préface: Edgar Morin, coll. De Visu, Paris, L'Harmattan, pp. 127-139.

  • Vovou, I. (2021). «New Heroes». «The keywords of Covid-19. A cross-cultural survey». In Other Words, a contextualized dictionary to problematize otherness. 

  • Giorgis, P., Mavrodieva, I., Odeniyi, V., Semenets, O., Todorova, B., Valente, A. & Vovou, I. (2021). In Other Words. A critical, creative, collaborative project. Rhetoric and Communications, 46, 143-155. In Other Words. A critical, creative, collaborative project | РЕТОРИКА И КОМУНИКАЦИИ (rhetoric.bg) Issue 46 | journal rhetoric

2020

  • Arseniou, E. (2020). “TANAIS: The poetic towing, repair, shipbuilding of a shipwreck”. In I. Ventura (Ed.) TANAIS - Tanais and Cyclonio (pp.85-88). Athens: Nikas publications [in Greek].

  • Gazi, A. (2020). Ed. & Introduction. In D. Harley, J. Morgan & H. Frith. Cyberpsychology as Everyday Digital Experience across the Lifespan (trans in Greek Dimitris Arvanitis). Athens: Papazizis [in Greek].

  • Dominick, P. G., Iordanoglou, D., Prastacos, G. & Reilly, R. R. (2020). Espoused Values of the “Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For”: Essential themes and implementation practices. Journal of Business Ethics. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10551-020-04564-8.
  • Kromba, A. & Iordanoglou, D. (2020). Public service motivation, job satisfaction and organizational commitment among Greek public sector employees. Volume in honour of Professor Nancy Papalexandris (pp. 244-264). Athens: Publications Benou.

  • Chiotaki, D., & Karpouzis, K. (2020, September). Open and cultural data games for learning. In International Conference on the Foundations of Digital Games (pp. 1-7).

  • Galeos, C., Karpouzis, K., & Tsatiris, G. (2020, October). Developing an educational programming game for children with ADHD. In 2020 15th International Workshop on Semantic and Social Media Adaptation and Personalization [SMA] (pp. 1-6). IEEE.
  • Legaki, N. Z., Xi, N., Hamari, J., Karpouzis, K., & Assimakopoulos, V. (2020). The effect of challenge-based gamification on learning: An experiment in the context of statistics education. International journal of human-computer studies, 144, 102496.

  • Vargianniti, I., & Karpouzis, K. (2020). Using Big and Open Data to Generate Content for an Educational Game to Increase Student Performance and Interest. Big Data and Cognitive Computing, 4(4), 30.
    [Η δημοσίευση έχει συμπεριληφθεί στον κατάλογο Editor's Choice με επιλεγμένες δημοσιεύσεις από τους επιμελητές του περιοδικού]

  • Leandros N. & Papadopoulou, L. (2020). Strategic Business Models in Times of Transformational Change and Crisis: A New Typology for Sustainable Media. Journal of Media Management and Entrepreneurship, 2 (1), 28-41. Available at: https://www.igi-global.com/article/strategic-business-models-in-times-of-transformational-change-and-crisis/246064.

  • Tzekis, A. Spiliopoulos, P. Gargalianos, D. & Leandros, N. (2020a). Crisis management and development strategies in the sports press: The case of Fos ton Spor. Conference Proceedings ΕΛΛ.Ε.Ε.Δ.Α.Α., pp. 155-159. https://www.elleda.gr/sites/default/files/synedrio_elleedaa_2020_-_praktika_1_0.pdf

  • Tzekis, A. Spiliopoulos, P. Gargalianos, D. & Leandros, N. (2020b). The Sport Day newspaper in times of crisis in the media: a case study. Conference Proceedings ΕΛΛ.Ε.Ε.Δ.Α.Α., pp. 160-164. https://www.elleda.gr/sites/default/files/synedrio_elleedaa_2020_-_praktika_1_0.pdf

  • Tzekis, A. Spiliopoulos, P. Gargalianos, D. & Leandros, N. (2020c). Science and Media: Factors that hinder research in mediated sports in Greece. Conference Proceedings ΕΛΛ.Ε.Ε.Δ.Α.Α., p. 170. https://www.elleda.gr/sites/default/files/synedrio_elleedaa_2020_-_praktika_1_0.pdf

  • Tzekis, A. Spiliopoulos, P. Gargalianos, D. & Leandros, N. (2020d). The crisis in the Greek media industry and the impact on sports newspapers. Conference Proceedings ΕΛΛ.Ε.Ε.Δ.Α.Α., p. 171. https://www.elleda.gr/sites/default/files/synedrio_elleedaa_2020_-_praktika_1_0.pdf

  • Ntzaferi, E., & Skarpelos, Y. (2020). The production, consumption and diffusion of news of sports websites in social media. In H. Zaragas & Ι. Litos (Eds), Sports: Artistic, Pedagogical and Sociological Aspects (pp. 479-492). Athens: Pedio [in Greek].

  • Caplan, J., Kanigel, R. & Tsakarestou, B. (2020). Entrepreneurial Journalism: Teaching Innovation and Nurturing an Entrepreneurial Mindset. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, 75 (1), 27-32. doi:10.1177/1077695820904987.
  • Milioni, D. & Vatikiotis, P. (2020). The unbearable lightness of being alternative: Idealism/purism vs realism/pragmatism in Greek alternative media. Journal of Alternative and Community Media, 5 (1), 103-122. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1386/joacm_00077_1.

  • Vovou, I. (2020). Servants and Greek TV series: ‘The children of a lesser God’, the ‘Chorus’, the narrative counterpoint and the distance from the role. In P. Mini, K. Georgiadi, I. Pipinia & A. Stavrakopoulou (Eds), Female and male servants: Historical subjects and artistic representations in the Greek-speaking space (19th-21st century), (pp. 391-409). Athens: Papazissis [in Greek].

2019

  • Arseniou, E. (2019). Lifting poetic weights: The poetry of Leonidas Christakis. In Ch. May & N. Souzas (Eds), Leonidas Christakis: Painter, poet and publisher, a colorful, multifaceted personality of the avant-garde (pp. 82-98). Athens: Colleagues' publications [in Greek].

  • Bakounakis, N. (2019a). Contexte de crise, visibilité médiatique, créativité et storytelling: Documenta Cassel, Marina Abramovic et Ai WeiWei à Athènes. In I. Vovou, Y. Andonova & A.-F. Kogan (Eds), The Creative Contagion. Media, industries, storytelling, communities / La contagion créative. Médias, industries, récits, communautés (pp. 30-41). Available at: https://f.hypotheses.org/wp-content/blogs.dir/4094/files/2020/04/ACTES-colloque-ATHENES_2018_DEF-.pdf.

  • Bakounakis, N. (2019b). Introduction to the Greek edition of Stephen Crane’s novel, The red badge of courage (pp. 2-20). Athens: Metaichmio [in Greek].

  • Gkazi, A. (2019). Opinion Channels, Media and Technology. In P. Ioannidis & E. Tsaousakis (Εds), The First Elections after the Memorandum. Charting the electoral vote (pp.). Athens: Papazisis [in Greek].

  • Gkazi, A. (2019). Oral testimonies as independent museum exhibits. A case-study from the Industrial Museum in Athens. The Oral History Review, 46 (1), 26-47. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1093/ohr/ohz005.

  • Papadopoulou, M. & Gkazi, A. (2019a). The role of authenticity in decisions informing the conservation of Greek sculpture. In F. Mairesse & R.F. Peters (Eds) What is the essence of conservation? Materials for a discussion (pp. 118-126). Paris: ICOFOM & ICOM-CC.

  • Papadopoulou, M. & Gkazi, A. (2019b). Quality parameters in conservation-restoration choices. In U. Schädler-Saub & B. Szmygin (Eds), Conservation Ethics Today. Are our conservation - restoration theories and practice ready for the 21st century? (pp. 309 -324). Florence - Lublin: ICOMOS & Lublin University of Technology.

2018

  • Arseniou, E. (Ed.) (2018). 7 studies on K.P. Cavafy. Athens: Mandragoras [in Greek].

  • Arseniou, E. (2018a). Cultural Poetry: The glocal writing of Demosthenes Agrafiotis. Athens: The Future [in Greek].

  • Arseniou, E. (2018b). Introduction. In E. Arseniou (Ed.), 7 studies on C.P. Cavafy. Athens: Mandragoras [in Greek].

  • Arseniou, E. (2018c). Cavafy's misreadings. In E. Arseniou (Ed.), 7 studies on C.P. Cavafy (pp. 51-70). Athens: Mandragoras [in Greek].

  • Arseniou, E. (2018d). “Metafiction as a critique of postmodernism”. In The metafiction as a narrative way and critique of postmodernism (pp. 27-34). Athens: Bibliorama [in Greek].

  • Arseniou, E. (2018e). Panagiotis Moullas, teacher of criticism & Criticism in the novel: narratives on polemics. In V. Kontogianni (Ed.), I (pp. 33, 70-82). Komotini: Sokolis [in Greek].

  • Arseniou, E. (2018f). Plowing the Territory’ of Poetry: A Commentary on World-Poetry”. Poetix, 19, 38-45.

  • Bakounakis, N. & Pandia E. (2018). The emotional effect in TV news regarding the Greek (2015) and the British (2026) referendum. Ιn V. Vamvakas, G. Paschalidis, G. (Eds.), 50 years of Greek Television (pp. 133-147). Athens: Epikentro [in Greek]
  • Gazi, A. & Bonini, T. (2018). Haptically mediated radio listening: the remediation of radio through digital mobile devices. Journal of Radio and Audio Media, 25 (1), 109-125.

  • Gazi, A., Rizopoulos, Ch. & Christidis, Y. (2018). Localizing emotions: Soundscape representations through Smartphone Use. In E. Kourti & A. Gazi (Eds), Special issue: Media Psychology and Technology. PSYCHOLOGY: The journal of the Greek Psychological Society, 23 (2), 71-87.

  • Christidis, Y. & Gazi, A. (2018). Soundmarks of Conflict in the City Centre of Divided Nicosia. In V. Doudaki & N. Carpentier (Eds), Cyprus and its Conflicts: Representations, Materialities, and Cultures. New York & Oxford: Berghahn Books.

  • Kourti, E. & Gazi, A. (2018). Introduction. In E. Kourti & A. Gazi (Eds), Special Issue: Media Psychology and Technology. PSYCHOLOGY: the journal of the Hellenic Psychological Society, 23 (2), ix- xiv. https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/intellect/mcp/2018/00000014/00000001;jsessionid=433uec1rbo0uj.x-ic-live-02.

  • Kourti, E. & Gazi, A. (Eds) (2018). Special Issue: Media Psychology and Technology. PSYCHOLOGY: the journal of the Hellenic Psychological Society, 23 (2).
  • Gkazi, A. (2018a). Cultural experience between the public and the private sphere – Is there a difference to the ‘public’’? In S. Antoniadou, I. Poulios, G. Vavouranakis & P. Raouzaou (Eds), Culture and Perspective: State Structures, Private Initiatives and the Public Character of Cultural Heritage (pp. 132-145). Oxford: Oxbow Books.

  • Gkazi, A. (2018b). Writing text for museums of technology. The case of the Industrial Gas Museum in Athens. Museum Management and Curatorship, 33 (1), 57-78. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1080/09647775.2017.1416310.

  • Iordanoglou, D. (2018a). Future trends in leadership development and the crucial leadership skills. Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics, 15 (2), 118-129.

  • Iordanoglou, D. (2018b). Educational activities designed by Panteion University students for new refugees and migrants. Paper presented at the Conference The Developmental Strategy of the Region and the Cultural Axis of Syngrou Avenue, Panteion University, 7-8 November. Available at: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pVmXPVCOL5JGrXtiQAhVl0-UYXzMyq8x/view.

  • Kakavoulia, M. (2018). Exploring the relationship between literature and dance during the Thirties in Greece. First Remarks. In E. Koutrianou & E. Filokyprou (Eds), Volume in honour of Peter Mackridge. ‘What are they after, our souls, travelling?’ Quests and anxieties of Greek Writers of the Interwar Period (1918-1939) (pp. 298-322). Athens: Nefeli [in Greek].

  • Kaperonis, S. (2018a). The Impact of Social Media on User's Travel Purchase Intention. Paper presented at The Seventh International Conference on Data Analytics, Special tracks: DAPSeD: Data Analytics in Profiling and Service Design. Athens, Greece, November 18-22, (link) / Best paper award

  • Kaperonis, S. (2018b). Aesthetic affect on the users’ behaviour as an element of web atmospherics. Which factors (e-atmospherics) are critical to engage the users with the platform. Paper presented at the International Conference The creative contagion. Media, industries, storytelling, communities. Athens, Greece, October 17-19 (link).

  • Kardaras, D., Petrounias, I., Barbounaki, S. & Kaperonis, S. (2018). An Approach to Web Adaptation by Modelling User Interests Using TF-IDF: A Feature Selection and Multi-criteria Approach Using AHP. Paper presented at The Thirteenth International Multi-Conference on Computing in the Global Information Technology (pp. 60-65). Venice, Italy, June 24-28, (link) / Best paper award

  • Kardaras, D., Karakostas, B., Barbounaki, S. & Kaperonis, S. (2018). A Framework for Analysing the Impact of Data Analytics and the Internet of Things on Digital Marketing. In A. Troussov & S. Maruev (Eds), Techno-Social Systems for Modern Economical and Governmental Infrastructures (pp. 211-240). USA: IGI Publishers. Available at: https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-5225-5586-5.

  • Kardaras, D., Kaperonis, S., Barbounaki, S., Petrounias, I. & Bithas, K. (2018). An Approach to Modelling User Interests Using TF-IDF and Fuzzy Sets Qualitative Comparative Analysis. In L. Iliadis, I. Maglogiannis & V. Plagianakos (Eds), Artificial Intelligence Applications and Innovations. IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology, 519 (pp. 606-615), Springer, Cham.

  • Michailidou, M. & Webster, J. (Eds) (2018). Special Issue “Gender perspectives in the analysis of virtual work”. International Journal of Media and Cultural Politics, 14 (1). Available at: https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/intellect/mcp/2018/00000014/00000001;jsessionid=433uec1rbo0uj.x-ic-live-02.

  • Michailidou, M. (2018). Feminist methodologies for the study of digital worlds. International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics, 14 (1), 19-33. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1386/macp.14.1.19_1.

  • Webster, J. & Michailidou, M. (2018). Building gender perspectives in the analysis of virtual work. International Journal of Media & Cultural Politics, 14 (1), 3-18. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1386/macp.14.1.3_2.

  • Skarpelos, Y. (2018a). The fear of innovation and creativity: An eye from beyond. In G. Papadimitriou & H. Kostaris (Eds), Education In 21st century: In search for innovation, art, creativity, vol. A (pp. 63-67). Athens: EKEDISY Museum of School Life and Education [in Greek].

  • Skarpelos, Y. (2018b). Big Visual Data in Social Sciences. Ιn C. M. Stuetzer, M. Welker & M. Egger (eds.), Computational Social Science in the Age of Big Data: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (pp. 235-266). Köln: Herbert von Halem Verlag.

  • Bozini, E., Dermata, K. & Skarpelos, Y. (2018). Using ethnographic documentary in education: theory to praxis. In G. Papadimitriou & H. Kostaris (Eds), Education in 21st century: In search for innovation, art, creativity, vol. B (pp. 469-478). Athens: EKEDISY Museum of School Life and Education [in Greek].

  • Tsakarestou, B. (2018). Entrepreneurship abroad: Cultural and international perspectives and challenges. In M., Ferrier & E. Mays (Eds), Media innovation and entrepreneurship. Rebus Community Publishing under Creative Commons (pp. 288-317).
    Available at: https://press.rebus.community/media-innovation-and-entrepreneurship/.

  • Tsakarestou, B., Tsene, L., Iordanoglou, D., Ioannidis & K. Briana, M. (2018). Leading Entrepreneurial Youth: Leadership and Entrepreneurial Skills for Shaping the Markets and the Jobs Landscape in Mobile and Collaborative Economy. Perspectives on Youth. Young People in a digitalised world, 4, 29-43. Council of Europe, Youth Partnership Series. Available at: https://pjp-eu.coe.int/documents/42128013/47262538/Ch2.pdf/85279b8e-6ab2-b798-0b11-44b4183b434f.

  • Vovou, I. (2018a). Book Review. Arundhati Virmani (Ed.) (2016), Political Aesthetics. Culture, critique and the everyday. Questions de Communication, 34, 344-346. Available at: https://journals.openedition.org/questionsdecommunication/16406#text.

  • Vovou, I. (2018b). Book Review. Marie-Laure Ryan (2015), Narrative as Virtual Reality 2. Revisiting Immersion and Interactivity in Literature and Electronic Media. Questions de Communication, 33.

 

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