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Im Gespräch mit Jannis Androutsopoulos

Updated Tuesday 29th May 2018

In conversation with Hamburg University's Jannis Androutsopoulos. This content is in German.

In this video interview, Jannis Androtsopoulos, Professor for Linguistics in Media and German at Hamburg University talks about his research projects and focus, including multilingual networks in social media, how written communication is changing in the younger generation and the field of digital journalism, in particular how journalists nowadays interact with media users.

This recording is in German, suitable for learners at CEFR Level B2 or above.

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