Editor-in-Chief E.L. Vartanova
Scientific Board
Yassen N. Zassoursky (chairman)
(PhD in Philology, Professor)
Marina I. Alekseeva
(PhD in Philology, Associate Professor)
Nikolai A. Bogomolov
(PhD in Philology, Professor)
Vladimir M. Gorokhov
(PhD in Philology, Professor)
Viktor P. Kolomiets
(PhD in Sociology, Professor)
Ekaterina I. Orlova
(PhD in Philology, Professor)
Grigory Ya. Solganik
(PhD in Philology, Professor)
Mikhail V. Shkondin
(PhD in Philology, Professor)
Editorial Board
Yuri M. Ershov
(PhD in Philology, Dean of the Faculty of Journalism, National Research Tomsk State University)
Yuri P. Zinchenko
(PhD in Psychology, Professor, Corresponding Member of Russian Academy of Education, Dean of the Faculty of Psychology, Moscow State University)
Ilya V. Kiriya
(PhD in Philology, Professor, Head of the Media Department of National Research University Higher School of Economics)
Igor E. Klyukanov
(PhD in Philology, Professor at Eastern Washington University)
Boris N. Lozovsky
(PhD in Philology, Professor, Dean of the Faculty of Journalism, Ural State University)
Jukka Pietiläinen
(PhD in Social Sciences, Senior researcher at Aleksanteri-Institute, University of Helsinki)
Anatoly S. Puyu
(PhD in Sociology, Professor, Director of Higher School of Journalism and Mass Communications, St. Petersburg University)
Yaroslav L. Skvortsov
(PhD in Sociology, Dean of the Faculty of International Journalism, Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University) of the MFA of Russia)
Svetlana G. Ter-Minasova
(PhD in Philology, President of the Faculty of Foreign Languages and Regional Studies, Moscow State University)

Current issue

№5 (82)

2017 year

Themes:

  • Value Transformations of the Aesthetic Sphere of Concepts in Modern Mass Publications
  • Relationships Between the Media and the Audience as Viewed by Legislators
  • Linguistics of Pseudoscientific Texts: How to See Through a Deception?
  • Time on the Television Screen as a Dramaturgic Tool
  • Coverage of Socially Significant Events in “Sunday Time”, an Analytical News Program
  • Impact of the 2015−2016 Economic Crisis on the Revenues of the Leading Russian Television Channels
  • Online Strategies of the “Big Three” Channels
  • Programming Principles of Thematic Television
  • Photojournalism Ethics
  • New Political Course and Extreme Situations in the Perestroika Photographic Reports of the Sovetskiy Soyuz Magazine
  • Magazine Publishing Projects of Alexander Glezer
  • Development of the Theme “People’s Power” in the Documents of RCP(b) and the Party Press of 1917−1927
  • Advertising of Savings Banks in the 19th – Early 20th Century
  • Business Press in Russia: the Closure of Promyshlennyi Listok Published by M.Ya. Kittary
  • Hymnographic Principles of Spanish Spiritual Poetry of the High Middle Ages
  • Literary and Art Criticism on Vasily Kamensky’s Poetry
  • Normative Sources in Orthoepy
  • Cartier-Bresson on Photojournalism and Life

MediaAlmanah Journal


On the Medi@lmanah Journal

The MediaAlmanah (Medi@lmanah before 2016) journal is a scientific and practical publication of the Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University. Its publisher is Non-commercial partnership Centre for assistance in the development of regional faculties of journalism “Partnership of Faculties of Journalism” (NP “Partnership of Faculties of Journalism”).

The main goal of the journal is to disseminate among researchers and journalists the sum of knowledge created and accumulated by the academic community. The journal is intended both to put to test the results of modern research projects, dissertations, the latest concepts and scientific hypotheses and to be used for teaching purposes.

MediaAlmanah was founded in 2003 and is published by the decision of the Academic Board of the Faculty of Journalism, Moscow State University. Since 2010, according to the decision made by the presidium of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Ministry of Education and Science of the RF, the journal has been included in the List of Russian refereed scientific journals for the publication of basic scientific results of doctoral and candidate theses. The articles submitted for publication undergo double blind refereeing, which significantly increases the objectivity of selecting materials to be published.

The regular sections of the journal include: Research Paradigms, Global Context, Agenda, IT-Academia, Mass Media in Russia, Mass Media Abroad, Media.RU, Mediatext, Education in Journalism.

Periodicity: six times a year.

Circulation: 500 copies.

The journal is indexed by the Russian national bibliographic database of science citation.

ISSN: 1992-4631

Official website of the journal: www.mediaalmanah

Subscription index of the publication in the ROSPECHAT catalogue: 20 368.

Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University

In accordance with the decision made by the presidium of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Ministry of Education and Science of the RF on 19.02.2010 and 01.12.2015, the MediaAlmanah journal is included in the List of leading refereed scientific journals and publications. Publisher – NP "Partnership of Faculties of Journalism".

The journal is published under the auspices of the Academic Board of the Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University.

The journal is registered in the Central Territorial Department of the Ministry of the Russian Federation for Affairs of the Press, Television and Radio Broadcasting and Mass Communication Media.

Registration certificate PI No 1-00926 of December 17, 2002.

Co-founders: Elena L. Vartanova, Olga D. Minayeva.

ISSN 1992-4631

Contact information: 9 Mokhovaya Street, 125009, Moscow.
E-mail: xelena-k@mail.ru

All articles are refereed by scientific referees.

 

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Passed for printing Format 70х100/16.

Offset paper. Offset printing. Volume 9.0 printer’s sheets.

Guidelines for the Preparation and Layout of Articles in the MediaAlmanah Scientific Journal

I. Requirements to the Article

II. Guidelines for Submitting the Material

III. Procedure for Refereeing

IV. Guidelines for the Layout of the Material

V. Examples of the Layout of Sources in Primechaniya, Bibliografiya, Notes and References

VI. Examples of the Layout of References