Mediální obraty v německojazyčné publicistice severních a severozápadních Čech během dvacátých let 16. století:
Media turns in German-language pamphlets in Northern and North-Western Bohemia during the 1520s:
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The third decade of the 16th century witnessed a huge increase in the production of leaflets in the German Empire. The evangelically oriented elite, who was active in Benešov nad Ploučnicí, Děčín, Jáchymov and Loket at that time, also participated in this increase by publishing several pamphlets in German language. This study thus strives to introduce this region as one of the centers of Reformation literature where several of the so-called printing natives were active at the same time. These people were exploring the possibilities of a relatively new media in their pamphlets and developing various literary strategies. Yet because they attributed different functions to their treatises, they also employed different approaches. Moreover, the form of the published texts and the ability to use various media approaches highly depended on the extent to which Wittenberg was involved in the process of their creation, with which the local elite maintained lively contacts.
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