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Perspectives to the Media in Russia: "Western" Interests and Russian Developments (на английском языке)

Perspectives to the Media in Russia: "Western" Interests and Russian Developments (на английском языке)
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978-952-10-5146-3
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Edited by Elena Vartanova, Hannu Nieminen and Minna-Mari Salminen

This book combines two different approaches to the media in Russia. The first is a “Western” look based on an extensive review of current academic research in Western Europe and the USA. This renders us a picture of the research field still much affected by the old “Cold War”
stereotype. The other approach is based on the research by Russian scholars, exposing us to a media landscape in constant flux. Detailed mappings of the Russian media structure, the youth’s media use, or the development of local media are complemented with an overview which sets the media developments into a wider framework of Russian political and social development.
“This book adds in important ways to our knowledge of the developments of the media in Russia. For the first time, it presents an overview of the “Western” scholarly approaches to Russian media, indispensable for a critical understanding of our intellectual motives. In addition, the book includes new and exclusive information of recent developments of different media in Russia. Elena Vartanova’s elegant concluding chapter is a must to all scholars in the field.”

— Professor Kaarle Nordenstreng, Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Tampere

Contributors

Maria Anikina, Anna Chukseeva, Denis Dunas, Irina Fomicheva, Markku Kangaspuro, Olga Khvostunova, Hannu Nieminen, Liudmila Resnianskaia Minna-Mari Salminen, Sergei Smirnov, Ilia Stechkin, Elena Vartanova, Ekaterina Voinova
Venäläinen media lännen ja idän tutkijoiden silmin

Tuhti tietopaketti venäläisistä tiedotusvälineistä, niiden rakenteesta, nuorison suosimasta mediasta sekä paikallis- ja keskustason viestimistä suhteutettuna koko Venäjän yhteiskunnalliseen ja poliittiseen kehitykseen.

Edited by Elena Vartanova, Hannu Nieminen and Minna-Mari Salminen

This book combines two different approaches to the media in Russia. The first is a “Western” look based on an extensive review of current academic research in Western Europe and the USA. This renders us a picture of the research field still much affected by the old “Cold War”
stereotype. The other approach is based on the research by Russian scholars, exposing us to a media landscape in constant flux. Detailed mappings of the Russian media structure, the youth’s media use, or the development of local media are complemented with an overview which sets the media developments into a wider framework of Russian political and social development.
“This book adds in important ways to our knowledge of the developments of the media in Russia. For the first time, it presents an overview of the “Western” scholarly approaches to Russian media, indispensable for a critical understanding of our intellectual motives. In addition, the book includes new and exclusive information of recent developments of different media in Russia. Elena Vartanova’s elegant concluding chapter is a must to all scholars in the field.”

— Professor Kaarle Nordenstreng, Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Tampere

Contributors

Maria Anikina, Anna Chukseeva, Denis Dunas, Irina Fomicheva, Markku Kangaspuro, Olga Khvostunova, Hannu Nieminen, Liudmila Resnianskaia Minna-Mari Salminen, Sergei Smirnov, Ilia Stechkin, Elena Vartanova, Ekaterina Voinova
Edited by Elena Vartanova, Hannu Nieminen and Minna-Mari Salminen

This book combines two different approaches to the media in Russia. The first is a “Western” look based on an extensive review of current academic research in Western Europe and the USA. This renders us a picture of the research field still much affected by the old “Cold War”
stereotype. The other approach is based on the research by Russian scholars, exposing us to a media landscape in constant flux. Detailed mappings of the Russian media structure, the youth’s media use, or the development of local media are complemented with an overview which sets the media developments into a wider framework of Russian political and social development.
“This book adds in important ways to our knowledge of the developments of the media in Russia. For the first time, it presents an overview of the “Western” scholarly approaches to Russian media, indispensable for a critical understanding of our intellectual motives. In addition, the book includes new and exclusive information of recent developments of different media in Russia. Elena Vartanova’s elegant concluding chapter is a must to all scholars in the field.”

— Professor Kaarle Nordenstreng, Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Tampere

Contributors

Maria Anikina, Anna Chukseeva, Denis Dunas, Irina Fomicheva, Markku Kangaspuro, Olga Khvostunova, Hannu Nieminen, Liudmila Resnianskaia Minna-Mari Salminen, Sergei Smirnov, Ilia Stechkin, Elena Vartanova, Ekaterina Voinova
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9789521051463
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