Бакалавриат. Журналистика
Очная форма обучения. 4 курс

Российский медиаландшафт
7 февраля 2019
Преподаватель: Berezhnaya M.A., Bodrunova S.S., Gavra D.P., Nigmatullina K.R., Smoliarova A.S.
Кафедра: международной журналистики

Course schedule

February 13th. Russian Media Studies: key schools, approaches and interest in comparative media studies.

February 20th. Politics and media in today’s Russia: the recent political history and media development in its context. Russian political reporting.

March 6th. Post-Soviet and Russian television: structure, ownership, power relations, and non-political practices.

March 13th. Regional press in today’s Russia: media management and editorial policy.

March 20th. Ethnic diversity of Russia: representation in media landscape.

Grading policy

The grading is passed / not passed. Students should pass a test based on lectures and presentations via the Blackboard system. To get a pass, the test should be scored over 86% of correct answers.

Reading

1. Asmolov, G., Machleder, J. Social Change and the Russian Network Society: Redefining Development Priorities in New Information Environments. In: Internews, September 2011. URL: www.internews.org/sites/default/files/resources/Internews_Research_RussiaNetworkSociety1.pdf

2. Bodrunova, S.S., Litvinenko, A.A.Hybridization of the media system in Russia: technological and political aspects (p. 37-49). In: World of Media 2012: Yearbook of Russian Media and Journalism Studies. Ed. E.L.Vartanova. Moscow: MSU Press, 2013. URL: nammi.ru/sites/default/files/World_of_Media_2012_1.pdf

3. Bodrunova, S. Fragmentation and Polarization of the Public Sphere in the 2000s: Evidence from Italy and Russia. In: Global Media Journal. Vol. 3, #1, Spring/Summer 2013. URL: www.db-thueringen.de/servlets/DerivateServlet/Derivate-27654/GMJ5_Bodrunova_final.pdf

4. Chadwick, A. (2011) The Hybrid Media System. London. Retrieved January 12, 2012, from newpolcom.rhul.ac.uk/storage/chadwick/Andrew_Chadwick_Hybrid_Media_System_ECPR_August_9th_2011.pdf

5. Gabowitsch, M. SOCIAL MEDIA, MOBILISATION AND PROTEST SLOGANS IN MOSCOW AND BEYOND. In: Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media, No 7 (2012). URL: www.digitalicons.org/issue07/files/2012/06/7.6.1_Gabowitsch.pdf

6. Hanitzsch, Thomas et al.: Mapping Journalism Cultures Across Nations. Journalism Studies 12:3, 2010, 273-293. URL: eciencia.urjc.es

7. Litvinenko, A. A New Definition of Journalism Functions in the Framework of Hybrid Media Systems: German and Russian Academic Perspectives. In: : Global Media Journal. German Edition. No.1, Spring/Summer 2013. URL: www.db-thueringen.de/servlets/DerivateServlet/Derivate-27640/GMJ5_Litvinenko_final.pdf

8. Pasti, S. (2007) The changing profession of journalist in Russia. Academic Dissertation, University of Tampere. URL:http://acta.uta.fi/pdf/978-951-44-7101-8.pdf

9. Toepfl, F. Russia Managing public outrage: Power, scandal, and new media in contemporary Russia. In: New Media & Society. 10 June 2011. URL: nms.sagepub.com

10. Vartanova, E.L. Constructing Russian media system in the context of globalization (p. 9-36). In: World of Media 2012: Yearbook of Russian Media and Journalism Studies. Ed. E.L.Vartanova. Moscow: MSU Press, 2013. URL: nammi.ru/sites/default/files/World_of_Media_2012_1.pdf

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