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In a video one can gesticulate, an article can be supported by illustrations … And what can a podcast do which has in its disposal just a microphone and a program for audio editing? Exactly, to use its main weapon – speech. That is what we are going to investigate!
What kinds of tricks the authors of popular science podcasts use to interest the listeners? What linguistic techniques do they employ to pack the dry theory into an appealing wrap? What mems have to do with it? All these matters will be discussed 19th April at 4 p.m. at the meeting of the club FiLin.
The speaker is the third year student Daria Malikova. Her supervisor – PHD, professor Tatiana Romanova.