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Current Issues in the Slovak Mass Media

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Veronika Cillingová, Eva Bútorová, Dáša Nováčiková and Jitka Rožňová

The book deals with the problems of media communication and its formation in the Slovak Republic in and after 1993. It focuses on the social function of the media in the sense of journalistic communication. The authors also address the problems of gender stereotypes presented through social networks and advertising in all kinds of media in Slovakia and abroad. This book also explores the question of forming a theoretical basis for the creation of mass media communication (print media, film, photography, literature, works in marketing communication, books). This book does not elaborate on all problems of the mass media in the Slovak Republic, but it attempts to examine the key issues.

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Fig. 1: An example of connection of advertisement and artistic photography (1). © Tomáš Thor.

Fig. 2: An example of connection of advertisement and artistic photography (2). © Tomáš Thor.

Fig. 3: The Romboid magazine in 1983. Source: Daša Nováčiková, private archive.

Fig. 4: Style of the review section in 1998. Source: Daša Nováčiková, private archive.

Fig. 5: Special edition of Romboid. Contains contributions from the conference Today`s Slovak Culture. Source: Daša Nováčiková, private archive.

Fig. 6: Part of the cover page of Romboid in 1997. Source: Daša Nováčiková, private archive.

Fig. 7: The title page of the magazine in 1998. Source: Daša Nováčiková, private archive.

Fig. 8: A photo of analysis published on November 9, 2017 (Morvay 2016). Source: Veronika Cillingová, private archive. Trademark Denník N is registered by number 240702.

Fig. 9: A photo of article Women get drunk almost like men do (Shemesh 2016). Source: Veronika Cillingová, private archive. Trademark Denník N is registered by number 240702.

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