Founded in 1999. Respectus Philologicus Provides a platform for different theoretical and thematic approaches to the following humanitarian research fields: linguistic research, issues of literary narratives and contexts, influence of advertising discourse, theory and practice of translation, audiovisual research. More about the journal in About the Journal.
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