|# 1 (1), DECEMBER 2017|
|Wang Anlang. The subject of infantilism in Chinese media(PDF Russian language)||
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.
|Klusova Y. Media-coverage of ethnoconfessional conflicts in Sudan (PDF Russian language)||
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.
|Chapko D. Scandinavian model of the modern press (PDF Russian language)||
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.
|Podpletko K. The «Women’s Question» in «Al-Jazeera» (PDF Russian language)||
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.
|Liu Litong. Features of coverage of international events in the regional press of China (PDF Russian language)||
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.
|Myalkina (Sayapina) M. «Arab Spring» in Spanish media (PDF Russian language)||
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.
|Popova V. Theme of migrants in British press (PDF Russian language)||
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.
Content-analysis of Balkanalysis.com (PDF Russian language)
Abstract: Balkanalysis.com was created in 2003. Its goal is to provide independent news and analysis of internation al 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.
|Piskun G. State strategies of mediasphere digitalization: «DIGITAL BRITAIN» (PDF Russian language)||
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.
Klusova Y. Media-coverage of ethnoconfessional conflicts in Sudan (PDF Russian language)
Chapko D. Scandinavian model of the modern press (PDF Russian language)
Podpletko K. The «Women’s Question» in «Al-Jazeera» (PDF Russian language)
Liu Litong. Features of coverage of international events in the regional press of China (PDF Russian language)
Myalkina (Sayapina) M. «Arab Spring» in Spanish media (PDF Russian language)
Popova V. Theme of migrants in British press (PDF Russian language)
Dolgoborodova S., Ilenko Y, Koryhalova P., Stasishina Y. Content-analysis of Balkanalysis.com (PDF Russian language)
Piskun G. State strategies of mediasphere digitalization: «DIGITAL BRITAIN» (PDF Russian language)
Kiyamova Karina Political Discourse in Sports Media in Russia and the UK (PDF Russian language)
Sedeleva Natalya Maori media in the New Zealand media system (PDF Russian language)
Novoseltseva Angela Mediation of the Syrian conflict: «The Washington Post» (PDF Russian language)
Che Mintszyan The entry of Soviet troops into Czechoslovakia and the student movement of the West (PDF Russian language)
Abstract: From the middle XX century view of historical events occurring simultaneously in different countries or a single country, becoming a new direction of interdisciplinary research (history, culture, political economy, etc.), and has broad prospects. This work is an analysis events of the Soviet Union in Czechoslovakia and the consequences of this event, but western development student movement . The article analyzes the event of world history. 1960-70-s. In the Russian historical, about the causes of cold war, research events of entry of Soviet troops in Czechoslovakia took an important place. While the attention of Western researchers attracted the study of the role of the student movement. Precisely events «Prague Spring» by shook China to establish diplomatic relations with the United States. This aper may be useful for researching the problem. development of Europe, historical science of Russia, as well as for research «cold war» as a phenomenon.
Zhelbunov Edmund Modern Sports Broadcasting: The US Experience (PDF Russian language)
Abstract: From the point of view of representatives of the American television broadcasting, the situation looks similar: “Without the support of television, no one, even a very rich person in the United States would not risk to buy a new team, organize a major competition or even build a stadium,” sports journalist William Johnson said. TV executives have a similar opinion: “So many sports organizations build their budget around television revenues […] that if we ever take the money, the whole structure will collapse,” asserts ABC News President R. Arledzh.
Garnina Natalia Swedish media and the «women’s issue» in «Svenska Dagblet» and «Dagens Nyheter» (PDF Russian language)
Yana Osipova IMAGE OF RUSSIA ON THE PAGES «THE WASHINGTON POST» (2009-2012) (PDF Russian language)
Tatyana Lukyanova UGC and journalism in the Guardian edition (PDF Russian language)
Abstract: The Guardian is one of the UK’s national daily newspapers. The newspaper was founded in 1821 and until 1959 was called The Manchester Guardian. In 1999, the publication appeared on the Internet. The site guardian.co.uk, which has the unofficial name of Guardian Unlimited, contains all the materials of the printed edition, original content, and also provides a number of services for users: Dating, Jobs, Offers.
Jiajin Ou The image of a Chinese migrant in the Russian media (PDF Russian language)
Gievskaya Natalia Ratings of media freedom of «Reporters without Borders» and «Freedom House» in US media publications (PDF Russian language)
Abstract: Freedom of speech is a basic civil right. However, freedom of speech is an abstract concept. You cannot see or touch it, as well as measure it with any device. In spite of this, the need for such a dimension has existed since another abstract concept appeared — democracy, one of the most important components of which is, among other things, freedom of speech. In turn, the right of citizens to freedom of speech cannot be ensured by proprietary media.
Ekaterina Bazdyreva Cross-cultural relations of Turkey with the regions of Asia and Europe (PDF Russian language)
Abstract: The urgency of the research topic is determined by the internal political situation that is developing in the territory of modern Turkey. The state, which has a certain status due to a special geographical and geopolitical position, once again faces a choice of the further development path. The country, which positions itself on the world stage as a link between the regions of the East and the West today, at the end of two hundred years of Westernization, once again puts forward the thesis of the sacred foundations of the life of society — the spiritual values of Islam. The situation is complicated by the fact that over the past decade, phenomena around the world (extremism, terrorism, Islamophobia), which in the consciousness of modern society are connected with the internal problems of Islam, have become widespread.
Maria Fedorovna Ezheleva European content in the national spanish newspaper El Pais (january-april, 2010) (English language)
Abstract: This work examines the Spanish experience of implementing the idea of European integration through the representation of European content in the national newspaper El Pais. The study concentrates on the period of Spanish presidency in the EU — the year of 2010 — when Spain was the “flagship” of the official EU policy at the international, European and national levels. The relevance of the research comes from the wide influence EU legislation exerts on the mass media and on the editorial policies regarding social, political, cultural and economic issues in the national newspaper. The author employs investigative models focused on the analysis of methods and ways of presentation, implementation and realization of the European “media idea” in the national newspaper. As a result, the author authenticates the percentage of European content in the context of entire publications, defines the main information trends of the European integration and the defining characteristics of European content.
Kseniya A. Shapovalova The specificity of national trend’s ideas in political journalism of F. Dostoevsky and A. Solzhenitsyn (Russian language)
Abstract: The article states the specificity of the argumentation of national trend in «Diary of the writer» of F. Dostoevsky and «Tiny» of A. Solzhenitsyn basing on several comparison lines: the authors’ attitude to the lower orders and intellectuals, the possibility of appearance of a talented writer from the lower class, the influence of Orthodoxy and traditions on the national idea.
Abstract:The article deals with the use of language game in the headlines of popular science mass media as a method of popularization. The appeal of a language game is grounded and stylistic and communication effects are analyzed.
Abstract: In the article the content of four Russian mass media websites and their Telegram channels is compared in order to bring out the difference between the initial material and it’s version for a new platform. The aim is also to state channels’ functional groups based on the content adaptation level. The list comprised top 10 most popular mass media websites and their channels among the users in the «news and journalism» category (according to Telegram’s messenger’s official website). The comparison of mass media websites’ content and that of Telegram channels in order to find the indications of functional groups was carried out according to the following criteria: complete or partial copying of elements of the initial text or a modification of said text for the messenger, a usage of photo and video materials, and also Johan Galtung and Mark Ruge’s News Values. The author concludes that there are three functional groups of mass media on Telegram.
Sabina R. Nadzhafova The philistine and the economic situation in Russia in «Novyy Satirikon» 1917 (Russian language)
Abstract: The paper overviews the image of the narrow person in the сontext of economical situation in Russia in 1917 represented by the caricaturists of the «Novyy Satirikon» magazine.
Ekaterina A. Mikhaylova The notion of «Storymanagement» as a way of combining PR and journalism (Russian language)
Abstract:The article aims to consider the possibility of interaction between journalism and PR. The objective of the analysis is to consider journalistic texts as advertising, compare these texts with the work of PR publications, agencies, etc., identify common methods and compare work quality.
Abstract:The article attempts to compare the journalistic materials of sports prints of 1971 and 2017 with the example of the newspaper «Soviet sport»and the weekly magazine «Football-Hockey».
Abstract: In this work the question of objectivity of critical concepts of V. G. Belinsky and A. S. Suvorin on A. S. Griboyedov’s work «Woe from wit» is put up. Written in 1839, a critical article by V. G. Belinsky entered many textbooks of literature as the main analysis of the play. However, in 1886, journalist A. S. Suvorin published an article «»Woe from wit» and his critics», which in fact is a direct polemic with V. G. Belinsky, trying to refute every criticism thesis, and develops a radically opposite concept of Comedy analysis A. S. Griboedov. The aim of this study is not a simple comparative analysis of the two works, and the search for the causes of critics’ differences, as, based on the texts of 1840-41, V. G. Belinsky, it becomes clear that their author had already written his own refutation. Based on the analysis of the articles and letters written before and after them by Russian critics and the historical and literary context of that period, it is necessary to understand what served as a starting point in the development of such opposing concepts of reading «Woe from wit».
Artem Olegovich Tolkachev Role of the US new media in the mediatisation of politics (Russian language)
Abstract: Digital space, social networks and capabilities of new media in postmodern reality make borders between content producers and consumers more and more vanished. The mediatisation of political processes as well as reality overall has been getting more new specific traits. Today new media plays hardly the key role in the mediatisation and act as the main communication channel for political elite and public.
Abstract: The article is devoted to the study of advertising media texts on the basis of methods of analysis and identification of the main factors influencing the process of formation of the image of the city. What will help to develop a model of a favorable media portrait. The relevance of the work is due to the rapid development of technologies and tools of communication management, which are used by companies to achieve practical goals. As well as the need to study the image of Krasnoyarsk (venue of the Universiade 2019) in the information space.
Bichurin Nikita Dmitrievich Franchising in the practice of the Russian economy and producing (Russian language)
Abstract: The article considers franchising as one of the mechanisms in the economy, which can allow to raise the profitability of the enterprise from the small business sector, by combining the advantage of both large and small businesses. Producing well-known media franchises often attracts specialists of the producer field due to many factors. On the one hand, the well-known brand can be promoted simply and clearly within its sphere and economy without great financial loss, waste of time and development. On the other hand, it is always necessary to consider specificity of audience of the country franchisee, market dynamics, demand format franchises, etc. All this makes working with the franchise for producers more and more attractive every year.
Abstract: The research studies the image of V. V. Putin in The Guardian within the context of the Russian presidential elections 2018. This makes it possible to detect the official position of newspaper to Russia and expectations for the election’s outcome.
Ekaterina A. Kutukova Information Policy of the Arab Republic of Egypt (Russian language)
Abstract: Freedom of speech is guaranteed by the constitution and censorship is officially prohibited. Nevertheless, the inaccuracy of the wording of the current 1995 Press Law allows the government, for example, to restrict the freedom of the print media in court on libel charges.
Oksana Andreevna Kolomiets State information policyin the global world: foreign policy aspect (on the example of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Ghana)(Russian language)
Abstract: Materials and results of the study can be used primarily by experts in the field of international relations, journalism, communication and PR to develop a state information program on building the country’s reputation for foreign audiences.
Thus, the question of developing and introducing the concept of information policy to promote your country abroad, as harmonizing modern international relations and giving impetus to their development, is one of the priority directions of the foreign policy of any state.
Phu Lisha Mediyscape of the Republic of Ethiopia(Russian language)
Abstract: The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia is located in northeast Africa in the Horn of Africa. In today’s Ethiopia, radio and television are available, but as a rule, there are no clear media programs, and all news programs are imported from the West.
Liu Huan Tabloid Southern Metropolis Daily (Russian language)
Abstract: “Southern Metropolis Daily” — a daily newspaper of Guangzhou Province — part of the giant media holding “Southern Media Group”. The tabloid is known for its investigations, which often cause discontent and criticism from government structures. The newspaper is distributed mainly in the area of the Pearl River Delta, including Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hong Kong and Macau, but the Southern Metropolis Daily materials are also reprinted in prestigious social and political publications of the PRC.
Kraynov Aleksey Igorevich Media-landscape South Africa(Russian language)
Abstract: Today in South Africa about 150 newspapers are published: from national to student. Approximately 1.3 million newspapers are sold daily. The media market of the Republic of South Africa is the most developed on the African continent. In 2018, the World Press Freedom Index, compiled by Reporters Without Borders, ranks 28th in the ranking of 180 countries and is characterized as a country with a free press.
Kalyuzhin Nikita Andreevich Medialandscape of the Democratic Republic of Congo (Russian language)
Abstract: There are a variety of media outlets in the DRC, but, as a rule, the standards for the release of news and television and radio programs are still not at a high level. In addition, there are instances of government pressure on the opposition press and opposition materials. Sometimes, such television and radio stations that have caused dissatisfaction on the part of the government are closed for periods ranging from a few days to several months.
Kurysheva Julia Vladimirovna The boundaries of the concepts of international journalism (Russian language)
Abstract: The article discusses the differences between the concepts of “Foreign Journalism”, “International Journalism” and “Global Journalism”
Balakina Yuliya Aleksandrovna, Velikoselsky Mikhail Yuryevich, Chen Di Kazakhstan: the genesis of the nation’s media system (English Language)
Abstract: For Kazakhstan, national independence has become a means of achieving strategic national goals. It has generated positive dynamics in the development of Kazakhstan as an independent democratic state occupying a worthy place in international politics.
Abstract: This article discusses the features of the development of the experience of ancient Iranian literature in the pages of modern literary and artistic media of Iran. A review is made of the phenomena of the country’s cultural past that are most relevant to the modern literary and journalistic life of the country.
The main content of the article analyzes the most characteristic publications in the literary and artistic media, confirming the actualization of Iran’s literary past, the continuity of tradition and modernity. There are those elements of the ancient culture of Iran that are most of interest to modern publishers, journalists and writers (motives of joy, fun, faith, problems of good and evil).
It is concluded that the modern development of Iranian media, the genre and thematic diversity of literary and artistic publications, their aesthetic level are prepared by the course of the country’s historical development, its richest cultural heritage, including works by authors such as Firdousi, Jalaladdin Rumi, Omar Khayyam, Nizami Ganjavi, Saadi, Attar and Hafiz Shirazi
Balakina Yuliya Aleksandrovna Political and informational aspect of the formation of regional identity of the Republic of Kazakhstan(Russian language)
Abstract: In the Kazakhstani media environment there was a certain substitution of concepts. Access to the instrument of power, which is the media, has become confused with the government itself. The definition of media as a “fourth estate” has a theoretical basis, many sociological and philosophical theories reveal the methodological background of this phenomenon. The concept of “media is the fourth power” regards them as a separate political force, and elevates them to the rank of another branch of government, equating it to the three generally recognized ones. The media are recognized as full participants in political management, carrying out their specific activities in order to organize the activities of the political system.
Popova Elizaveta Dmitrievna FEATURES AND TENDENCIES OF DEVELOPMENT OF THE MODERN MUNICIPAL PRESS (Russian language)
Abstract: the issue of the functioning of the municipal press in many studies is associated with the problem of interaction between the authorities and the staff of the municipal newspaper. According to media researchers, “municipal media, on the one hand, function in conditions of political pluralism in society and free competition on the information market, and on the other hand, they are heavily dependent on local authorities”. This circumstance also determines a certain specificity of the development of municipal mass media in the modern local press market. And yet, in the conditions of the trend of regionalization of the modern mass media market, it is the local media, including the municipal media, that “contribute to the formation of public awareness, the strengthening of social integration, and the development of local self-government”.
Ludmila Andreevna Tsupko Cybersport journalism in the context of new media
Aabstract: Speaking of cybersport journalism in the context of new media, it should be noted that the structure of the media in this area is unusual: it is not about the media as such, but about a huge information and communication environment. Its participants are cybersport organizations and sponsors, professional players and teams, professional journalists, commentators and analysts (often former pro-gamers), as well as amateur players and a small percentage of viewers who do not play themselves, but only watch matches.