Proceedings of the 5th Arts & Humanities Conference, Copenhagen

Authors Title Pages
ANANTHO SIRIWAN A 10-YEAR DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSIS OF MEDIA MANAGEMENT RESEARCH 1 - 1
ANZI ZALIS CHANA BATYA ON INTERCULTURAL RELATIONS AND HYBRIDITY IN THE DOCUMENTARY FILM "PRESENTING PRINCESS SHAW" (2016) 2 - 15
ARDALAN KAVOUS CULTURE: A MULTI-PARADIGMATIC LOOK 16 - 16
CASTILLO FRANCISCO EVOLUTIONISM IN MUSIC HISTORY: TOWARD RECONCILIATION 17 - 26
CHARI TENDAI JOSEPH GAME CHANGERS IN ASYMMETRICAL CONFLICTS: ZIMBABWEAN DIASPORA MEDIA REPORTING OF HOMELAND CONFLICT 27 - 27
CHEUNG CK EDUCATION REFORM AS A CATALYST IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF MEDIA LITERACY EDUCATION IN HONG KONG SCHOOLS 28 - 28
CHUHU SVITLANA THE ART OF READING: ENHANCING READING COMPREHENSION STRATEGIES IN THE ESP CLASSROOM 29 - 37
DWIVEDI AMITABH VIKRAM TAXONOMY OF THE ROMANTIC HEROINE: INTERROGATING PSYCHOLOGICAL AND RELIGIOUS ASPECTS IN BRAJ POETRY 38 - 46
FARHANGPOUR YASAMAN SURVEYING THE TECHNICAL AND VISUAL FACILITIES OF DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY IN MURAL PAINTING 47 - 61
GULER ELIF RHETORIC FOR “DIVINE BLISS”: THE CULTURAL AND PEDAGOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF KUT AND TÖRE AS THE PILLARS OF THE TURKISH RHETORICAL TRADITION 62 - 62
HART KYLO-PATRICK ‘WE WANT THE WORLD AND WE WANT IT NOW’: JIM MORRISON AS ‘GUIDING SPIRIT’ OF THE YOUTH COUNTERCULTURE 63 - 63
INTARAKAMHANG UNGSINUN MULTIGROUP CAUSAL RELATIONSHIP MODEL OF HEALTH LITERACY AND BEHAVIOR ON FAMILY WELL-BEING AMONG THAI ADULTS AT RISK OF NCDS 64 - 64
JANIĆIJEVIĆ NEBOJŠA THE IMPACT OF NATIONAL CULTURE ON LEADESRHIP IN SOCETY AND ORGANIZATIONS: WHY DO SERBS LOVE AUTHORITARIAN LEADERS 65 - 80
KUMAR NAGENDRA ALL’S WELL THAT ENDS WELL; THE END WAS NEVER WELL: COLLECTIVE MEMORY IN KHUSHWANT SINGH’S TRAIN TO PAKISTAN 81 - 81
MISHRA BINOD UN (VEILING) THE SILENCE: A PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDY OF MAHESH DATTANI’S THIRTY DAYS IN SEPTEMBER 82 - 82
PACKARD NOEL EXPLOITING THE “COMMUNIST THREAT“, FOR THE PRIVATIZED INTERNET 83 - 104
POTGIETER ANDREA , RENSLEIGH CHRIS THERE'S AN APP FEATURE FOR THAT: ESTABLISHING USER PREFERRED MOBILE APP FEATURES THROUGH ASYNCHRONOUS ONLINE INTERVIEWS 105 - 117
S CHANDRASEKARAN TARAIYIL (GROUNDING THE BODY) 118 - 118
ŠEPIĆ TATJANA READING EMILY BRONTË’S WUTHERING HEIGHTS AND GEORGE SAND’S MAUPRAT AS MUSICAL NOVELS 119 - 138
WONGRUJIRA MONWIPA EXPLORING THE USE OF DATA-DRIVEN JOURNALISM IN THAI MASS MEDIA 139 - 147
ZIARKOWSKI DOMINIK POLISH TOURIST GUIDEBOOKS OF THE 19TH CENTURY IN THE EUROPEAN CONTEXT 148 - 159

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