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the 1990s to Israel" in two volumes, in Russian. Moscow:
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Humor in the Russian-Language Media in Israel:
Cultural Antecedents, Genres and Themes, Israel Studies in
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Violence: Israeli Russian-Language Media’s Use of Cultural Codes
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