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Milena Cvetkova


 

 

Milena Tsvetkova is professor in the Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communication at the Sofia University, Bulgaria.

Her research interests include the reading studies, book science, media studies of reading and books, publishing studies.

She is a scientists whose books include „Reading – an anti-manipulating filter”, „Reading as Communication Echo”, „The Book as Media”, „Communication Management”, „Science in Style: Writing a Graduation Project”, „Citation: Standard and Style”.

She has published five bio-bibliographies and is an editor of 13 scientific books.


 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 


Article dans une revue8 documents

  • Milena Tsvetkova. Compromise duality between mobile reading and stationary reading: An analysis of culture of the media nomadism. Media education, UNESCO Moscow Office, Russian Association for Film and Media Education, 2018, 56 (1), pp.159-167. 〈hal-01735444〉
  • Milena Tsvetkova. Lies of the reader: Disadvantages of the sociological research methods for the study of the reading. European Journal of Contemporary Education, Academic Publishing House Researcher, 2018, 7 (1), pp.190 - 213. 〈10.13187/ejced.2018.1.190〉. 〈hal-01735434〉
  • Milena Tsvetkova. Book-centered films – a social doping for the reading. Мр. Media Education, 2017, 7. 〈hal-01687950〉
  • Milena Tsvetkova. The Speed Reading is in Disrepute: Advantages of Slow Reading for the Information Equilibrium. European Journal of Contemporary Education, Academic Publishing House Researcher, 2017, 6 (3), 〈10.13187/ejced.2017.3.593〉. 〈hal-01687951〉
  • Milena Tsvetkova, Sashka Andrekova. The Right to Read Behind Bars: Access to Books and Libraries in the Prisons in Bulgaria. Russian Journal of Sociology, 2016, 4 (2), pp.62 - 73. 〈10.13187/rjs.2016.4.62〉. 〈hal-01687957〉
  • Milena Tsvetkova. Генезис и обреченность дигитальных книг. European Researcher, 2016, 109 (8), pp.468 - 477. 〈10.13187/er.2016.109.468〉. 〈hal-01687962〉
  • Milena Tsvetkova. Conflicts with the Reading and their Decisions through the Bibliopsychology. International Journal of Media and Information Literacy, 2016, 1 (2), pp.128 - 145. 〈10.13187/ijmil.2016.2.128〉. 〈hal-01687959〉
  • Milena Tsvetkova. The Shadows of Reading: Reasons for the Bad Results of Bulgarians in PISA studies. European Journal of Contemporary Education, Academic Publishing House Researcher, 2016, 17 (3), pp.368 - 377. 〈10.13187/ejced.2016.17.368〉. 〈hal-01687955〉

Communication dans un congrès5 documents

  • Milena Tsvetkova. Reading of empty media. The Tenth International Conference on Eurasian scientific development, Sep 2016, Vienna, Austria. pp.14-27, 2016. 〈hal-01697122〉
  • Milena Tsvetkova. Анти-чтение или трансграмотность: Казусы „немых“ книг, книг для смотрения и картинных книг. Humanities in the 21st century: scientific problems and searching for effective humanist technologies, 2016, San Francisco, United States. pp.99-111, 〈10.15350/L_21/2/07〉. 〈hal-01687969〉
  • Milena Tsvetkova. Цифровая и библиографическая интеллигентность: точки пересечения и взаимозависимости. European Research. IV International scientific conference, Aug 2016, Penza, Russia. pp.88-96, 2016. 〈hal-01697124〉
  • Milena Tsvetkova, Eleonora Kalvacheva. The stolen book: Communication significance beyond the criminal act. Proceedings of the 4th year of Human And Social Sciences at the Common Conference (HASSACC-2016), Oct 2016, Zilina, Slovakia. pp.46-52, 2016, 〈10.18638/hassacc.2016.4.1.197〉. 〈hal-01687958〉
  • Milena Tsvetkova. Документ – книга – семантический веб: вклад старой науки о документации. Scientific Enquiry in the Contemporary World: Theoretical basiсs and innovative approach, 2016, San Francisco, United States. pp.115-128, 〈10.15350/L_26/7/02〉. 〈hal-01687965〉

Chapitre d'ouvrage2 documents

  • Milena Tsvetkova. Die Abhängigkeit der Videospieler vom Lesen. Actual problems of the humanities, pp.23-45, 2017, 978-3-903115-87-3. 〈hal-01687971〉
  • Milena Tsvetkova. Кафедральный собор как кросс-медия . Современное образование: актуальные вопросы, достижения и инновации, pp.149-162, 2016, 978-5-9909144-5-2. 〈hal-01697123〉