Yuliya В. Balashova Traditions of Science Mediatization in Russia in a Global Context

This book first published 2019. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Lady Stephenson Library, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE6 2PA, UK

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Copyright © 2019 by Yuliya B. Balashova

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ISBN (10): 1-5275-3029-9
ISBN (13): 978-1-5275-3029-4

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

First of all, I deeply share the ideas of Russian philosophy regarding the openness and fullness of the Russian soul, its mission as the unifier of mankind.

I believe that I was lucky, because life forced me to go beyond the basic philological specialty. However, philology turned out to be an excellent basis for the transition to a broader interdisciplinary sphere. In this book, I try to combine social science and the humanities. As an internal environment that has shaped me, I must single out my native home, Saint Petersburg State University. At the same time, and this is really important, I happened to get a good international experience.

The author gratefully appreciates the support of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR); project No. 16-03-50128.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements....................................................................................ix

Introduction.................................................................................................1

Part I: The Mediatization of Science: Historical Phenomenon and Social Practice

Chapter One.................................................................................................9
Historical and Theoretical Approaches to the Science Mediatization Interpretation (Methodology, Chronology, Forms of Science Mediatization)

Chapter Two..............................................................................................27
The Popular Science Press in Russia at the Turn of the 19lh—20th Centuries in Socio-Cultural Context

Part II: The Soviet Experience of Science Mediatization

Chapter One...............................................................................................45
Science Communication and Advanced Science in the Early Soviet Period

Chapter Two..............................................................................................59
The Diversity of Science Mediatization Channels in the USSR

Part III: Postgraduate Programs in Science Communication, and Open Science.......73

Conclusion.................................................................................................89

Appendix...................................................................................................91

Global Warming: Pro and Contra (Interpretation in the Russian Public Sphere)

Bibliography............................................................................................101

Index........................................................................................................105

12 апреля 2019
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