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CONTENTS OF THE ISSUE

Wang Anlang. The theme of infantilism in the PRC media

Klusova Yu.D. Coverage of ethnoconfessional conflicts in the modern press of the Sudan

Chapko D.D. Scandinavian model of the modern edition

Podpletko K.V. The «Women’s Question» on the «Al-Jazeera»  TV channel

Liu Litong. Features of coverage of international events in the regional press of China

Myalkina (Sayapina) M.I. Lighting of the «Arab Spring» in the Spanish media

Popova V.K. Theme of migrants in the British press

Dolgoborodova S., Ilenko Yu.,  Koryhalova P., Stasishina Yu. M. Analysis of the published materials of the site Balkanalysis.com

Galina Piskun State strategies of  digitalization of the Great Britain mediasphere: «DIGITAL BRITAIN»

Articles

Wang Anlang. The theme of infantilism in the PRC media

Abstract: Infantile are people who are not capable of responsibility. They do not
seek to learn, they do not work. Constant idleness became the way of their life.
This tendency is especially widespread among young people. According to 2009
statistics, in China, among university graduates, about 16.51 million people are
considered infantile. As demographic growth, economic development and
commodity prices increase, the phenomenon of infantilism is becoming
widespread in China. There are economic and political reasons for this.
Keywords: Infantilism; Chinese media.

https://vi2017blog.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/d0b4d0b8d181d181d0b5d180d182d0b0d186d0b8d18f-d0b2d0b0d0bd-d0b0d0bdd18cd0bbd0b0d0bdd18c1.pdf

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Klusova Yu.D. Coverage of ethnoconfessional conflicts in the modern press of the Sudan

Abstract: Ethno-confessional conflict is one of the most difficult types of social conflict from the point of view of media coverage. At the same time, modern history-the Arab-Israeli conflict, conflicts in the Balkans and the Caucasus-proves that the problem of coverage of such an ambiguous and complex phenomenon is extremely urgent these days. Journalists face a difficult task in this situation: it is important not to harm, not to instill a sense of panic in society and not to aggravate the situation, on the one hand, and on the other hand, it is necessary to try to maintain the objectivity of the approach and convey all necessary information to the a udience.
Keywords: Sudan, Sudanese media

https://vi2017blog.files.wordpress.com/2017/12/d0b4d0b8d0bfd0bbd0bed0bc_d184d0b8d0bdd0b0d0bb_d0bad0bbd183d181d0bed0b2d0b01.pdf

 

Liu Litong. Features of coverage of international events in the regional press of China

Abstract: The regional press of the People’s Republic of China highlights the events of
the region, and is a source of information about current international events.
Compared to the state press, the regional press is less ideologized and it is possible
to find critical materials in it. It is believed that in China, the media is mainly under state control. It is carried out by the central government and regional authorities. In contrast to the central (Beijing) media, the regional press to some extent has more freedom of speech. But in covering international events, the regional press often does not correctly convey information. Hence, attention should be paid to the peculiarities of coverage of
current international events in the PRC regional press.
Keywords: China’s regional press; International events; Media of China

https://vi2017blog.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/e58f8de9a688d0bdd0bed0b2d18bd0b9-d0b2d0b0d180d0b8d0b0d0bdd182-d0bed181d0bed0b1d0b5d0bdd0bdd0bed181d182d0b8-d0bed181d0b2d0b5d189d0b51.pdf

Myalkina (Sayapina) M.I. Lighting of the «Arab Spring» in the Spanish media

Abstract:
The events of the Arab Spring shocked the whole world in 2011. It is the fact that
five years have passed since then, it allows us to gather enough information to
analyze those revolutions and assess their consequences for both the participating
countries and the whole world. This paper provides a detailed analysis of how the
events of late 2010 and early 2012 were reflected in Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt and Algeria in the media of Spain, a European country that is territorially located near the North of the African continent. The topic is as relevant as ever for study, since there have been very few such studies in our country. This work is an excellent opportunity to compile already conducted disparate studies with new discoveries and structured formulation of conclusions regarding the attitude of Spain to every thing that happened in the mutinous Arab countries.
Keywords: Arab spring, Spanish mеdia

https://vi2017blog.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/d0bdd0b0-d0bfd180d0b0d0b2d0b0d185-d180d183d0bad0bed0bfd0b8d181d0b8-d181d0b0d18fd0bfd0b8d0bdd0b012.pdf

Podpletko K.V. The «Women’s Question» on the «Al-Jazeera»  TV channel

Abstract:
Аlong with many political and social issues, one can not but highlight the so-called «women’s issue» in the list of key issues, that is, the problem of determining the place of women in the modern Islamic world in general, as well as in the activities of such a large Arab media as «Al Jazeera» in particular. Empirical experience and access to numerous publications will be enough to understand: in the Islamic world, the gender perspective in the last decade is much more acute and irrecon cilable than in the Western countries.
Keywords: Al-Jazeera; the gender issue of the Arab world

https://vi2017blog.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/d0bad0b0d180d0bed0bbd0b8d0bdd0b0-3.pdf

Popova V.K. Theme of migrants in the British press

Abstract:
The topic of migrants has always been central to the media in central Europe, in the UK this issue rises slightly less, although the number of problems associated with this topic is growing every year. The relevance of the study is due to the growing media attention to the problems of migrants in the UK, clashes of interests of different social and ethnic groups, caused by their unprecedented diversity. Many print and online publications of a wide profile, such as The Telegraph UK, often publish materials on the situation of  migrants. In addition, a significant proportion of British migrants are immigrants from Russia. Often legislation in this sphere is transformed under the influence of rapidly changing conditions, in this regard, a large proportion of the materials are prepared by British journalists about international organizations that protect the rights of migrants and their activities.
Keywords:
Migration, UK media

https://vi2017blog.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/victoria_popova_vlr-1.pdf

 

Chapko D.D. Scandinavian model of the modern edition

Abstract:
The relevance of the research is due to the fact that modern technologies are
increasingly being predicted to win over traditional media: it is assumed that
Internet publications will supersede the print media from the mass media
market. More and more popular are mobile applications that allow readers
not to carry newspapers and magazines with them, but to study content from
the screen of a portable smartphone. Convenience is not the only thing that
bribes the audience with new media. They also allow the user to independently create content and participate in its distribution. The printing press has learned not only to fight these trends, but also to use them for their own good, so do not hurry to take positions.
Keywords: Scandinavia, Scandinavian media

https://vi2017blog.files.wordpress.com/2017/11/d187d0b0d0bfd0bad0be1.pdf

 

Dolgoborodova S., Ilenko Yu.,  Koryhalova P., Stasishina Yu. M.

Analysis of the published materials of the site Balkanalysis.com

Abstract: Balkanalysis.com was created in 2003. Its goal is to provide independent news and analysis of international events. The materials are based on unique stories and interviews that are available only on this resource. Since the inception of the site, the creators have expanded the scope. In the process of resource development, a large number of people participated: regional enthusiasts and local citizens, including top managers, business leaders and security personnel in many countries.

Keywords: Montenegro, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Balkanalysis.com

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Galina Piskun

STATE STRATEGIES OF DIGITALIZATION OF THE GREAT BRITAIN MEDIASPHERE:
«DIGITAL BRITAIN»

Abstract:

As part of this work, the UK government program «Digital Britain» (Digital Britain) was investigated as the main government strategy for the transition of the media to digital format, as well as the digitalization process itself.

The relevance of the research is due to the wide influence of digital technologies not only on modern society in general and the media in particular, but also on the continuous development of these technologies.

The aim of the work is to analyze the digitalization process using the example of the state project Digital Britain.

In connection with the goal, the following tasks were formulated:

  1. Describe the process of digitalization in the media and other areas on the example of the UK national project Digital Britain;
  2. Analyze the purpose and objectives of Digital Britain;
  3. To study the consequences of the digital transition for the media, both positive and negative on the media;
  4. Identify new trends in the development of the media as a result of the digital transition;

In conclusion, it was concluded that the changes that occurred in the media sphere were natural and nonrandom. And Britain could not pass by this important aspect. In this connection, the «Digital Britain» project was created. Of course, digitalization, like any other phenomenon, has its positive and negative sides. However, the digitalization of the media at the moment is an inevitable process and a key moment in understanding the development not only of the media segment, but of the society itself.

Keywords: Great Britain, Digital technologies, Digital Britain

 DIGITAL BRITAIN