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)
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)

Subject Index of Articles in the MediaAlmanah Journal for 2017

Editorial

Elena Vartanova. "Media System": a Term, Concept or Reality? – 2017. No 1. P. 8−10.

Elena Vartanova. On the Current Importance of the Media Theory. – 2017. No 2. P. 8−9.

Elena Vartanova. Media theory: current contradictions and fundamentals of renewal. − 2017. No 3. P. 8−12.

Elena Vartanova. Breakthrough Media Technologies in the Context of Public Demand. – 2017. No 4. P. 8−13.

Elena Vartanova. Media Theory and Social Dynamics. – 2017. No 5. P. 8−12.

Elena Vartanova, Anatoly Puyu. On the Relevance of Studying the Media Systems in CIS Countries. – 2017. No 6. P. 8−13.

Research Paradigms

Marina G. Shilina Media Visualistics in the Big Data and Virtual Reality Paradigm. – 2017. No 1. P. 12−24.

Yulia A. Chernenko. Political Storytelling in the Context of the New Media Ecology. – 2017. No 2. P. 12−19.

Lingzhi Lai. The Concept of Confucianism in Political Communications and the Media. – 2017. No 4. P. 16−25.

Maria V. Makeeva. Communication Effect of the ALBC Model. – 2017. No 4. P. 26−31.

Vera V. Antropova. Value Transformations of the Aesthetic Sphere of Concepts in Modern Mass Publications. – 2017. No 5. P. 14−22.

Zalina F. Hubetsova. The Journalism Model in CIS Countries as an Object of Research: Towards Problem Statement. – 2017. No 6. P. 16−25.

Olga V. Smirnova. Digital Divide in CIS Countries: Relevant Approaches to the Analysis of the Situation. – 2017. No 6. P. 26−33.

Dmitry V. Zhukov. Television in Crimea: Regional Characteristics of the New Constituent Entity of Russia. – 2017. No 6. P. 34−45.

Nurlan A. Askarov. Statistical Picture of Kazakh Newspaper Periodicals: Major Factors and Trends in the Post-Soviet Period. – 2017. No 6. P. 46−59.

Assel A. Moussinova. Crisis of Cultural and Educational Journalism in Kazakhstan. – 2017. No 6. P. 60−70.

Zhan G. Baghiyan. Online Media in the Armenian Media System. – 2017. No 6. P. 71−88.

Olga Yu. Vikhrova. Media Component of Financial Literacy Programs in the EAEU Countries. – 2017. No 6. P. 89−99.

Oleg A. Bakulin. Place and Role of Photography in Promoting Information About CIS Activities (a case study of Russian media). – 2017. No 6. P. 100−104.

Global Context

Tamara S. Yakova, Marina M. Yanglyaeva. Creative Industries in European Countries. State Policy. – 2017. No 1. P. 26−35.

Irma A. Kumylganova. Current Challenges to Media Responsibility and the Strategies of Its Realization (a case study of British media practice). – 2017. No 1. P. 36−46.

Valery Yu. Kostikov. Technologies of Using New Media in Promoting Sports Brands. – 2017. No 1. P. 47−56.

Galina G. Schepilova, Dmitry V. Zhukov. Television in Sevastopol: Regional Specificity. – 2017. No 2. P. 22−29.

Ksenia S. Kornilova. Marketing Communications in Tourism (a case study of the Republic of Crimea, 2014–2016). – 2017. No 2. P. 30−37.

Anna A. Ziganshina. Collaborative Media in Digital Advertising Communication. – 2017. No 3. P. 14−20.

Bogdan V. Zyryanov. A Profile Photo in Social Networks: the Perception Factor. – 2017. No 3. P. 21−29.

Ilya I. Epishkin. Telegram Channels: Reasons for Launching Projects and Promotion Tools. – 2017. No 3. P. 30−41.

Aleksandr V. Kolesnichenko, Diana Yu. Kulchitskaya. Media Managers' and Journalists' Views on the Functions and Role of Journalism in Contemporary Russian Society: Results of a Survey. – 2017. No 4. P. 34−41.

Andrey V. Vyrkovsky, Marina Yu. Galkina, Aleksandr V. Kolesnichenko, Anastasia Yu. Obraztsova, Sergey A. Vartanov. Newsrooms' Marketing Strategies Under Convergence. – 2017. No 4. P. 42−49.

Maria E. Anikina. Russian Schoolchildren's Media Consumption: the Center and the Regions. – 2017. No 4. P. 50−62.

Maksim I. Babyuk. Specifics of Sports Content Consumption Among Russian Students: the Experience of a Local Research. – 2017. No 4. P. 63−71.

Olga A. Dmitrieva. Relationships Between the Media and the Audience as Viewed by Legislators. – 2017. No 5. P. 24−33.

Eugenia K. Gurova. Linguistics of Pseudoscientific Texts: How to See Through a Deception? – 2017. No 5. P. 34−44.

Agenda

Larisa N. Fedotova, Irina A. Krasavchenko. "USSR –US" Telebridges as a Visible Sign of Perestroika (Part I). – 2017. № 1. P. 58−68.

Elizaveta V. Ivanitskaya, Oleg A. Dmitriev. Russian Overseas Broadcasting Today: from International Propaganda to "Alternative" News Broadcasting. – 2017. No 1. P. 69−79.

Larisa N. Fedotova, Irina A. Krasavchenko. USSR –USA Space Bridges as a Visible Sign of Perestroika (Part II). – 2017. No 2. P. 40−46.

Alexander V. Chernyshov. Music Radio: a History Review. – 2017. No 2. P. 47−54.

Anastasia M. Sarycheva. Mythologization of the Image of V. Lenin in the Pravda Newspaper in 1924. – 2017. No 3. P. 44−56.

Kristina S. Grigorieva, Dina A. Uskova. Media Concepts "Fashion" and "Music" in Television Documentary Programs. – 2017. No 3. P. 57−66.

Marina A. Chekunova. Linguistic and Stylistic Characteristics of Political and Administrative Media Discourse on the Internet. – 2017. No 4. P. 74−80.

Anastasia M. Sarycheva. The Images of Communists in the Obituaries of the Pravda Newspaper as an Aspect of the Image of the Soviet Power in the Party Press of the Early 1920s. – 2017. No 4. P. 81−93.

Ekaterina V. Buchneva. The Image of Russia in Modern Foreign Documentary Films. – 2017. No 4. P. 94−100.

Anastasiya A. Varetsa. Monologue as a Means of Creating the Image of the Heroine in Oleg Dorman's Documentary Film "Word for Word Translation". – 2017. No 4. P. 101−109.

Valery Yu. Kostikov. The Image of a Sports Coach: Tools and Methods of Its Construction. – 2017. No 4. P. 110−118.

Irina N. Kemarskaya. Time on the Television Screen as a Dramaturgic Tool. – 2017. No 5. P. 46−55.

Alina V. Medvedskaya. Coverage of Socially Significant Events in "Sunday Time", an Analytical News Program on Pervyi Kanal. – 2017. No 5. P. 56−67.

Anna V. Tolokonnikova, Tatiana S. Bychkova. Impact of the 2015−2016 Economic Crisis on the Revenues of the Leading Russian Television Channels (Pervyi Kanal, Rossiya 1, NTV). – 2017. No 5. P. 68−77.

Alexandra D. Shatskaya (Vankova). Online Strategies of the "Big Three" Channels (Perviy Kanal, Rossiya 1, NTV). – 2017. No 5. P. 78−86.

Yulia I. Dolgova. Programming Principles of Thematic Television: Moscow 24, a Breakfast Channel. – 2017. No 5. P. 87−96.

Mass Media in Russia

Nina M. Toboltseva. On the Features of Media Research in the Context of Particular Historical Periods (the first Soviet decade, 1917–1927). – 2017. No 2. P. 56−61.

Anastasia M. Sarycheva. Measures Taken by the Soviet Power to Establish Control over the Printed Word (1917–1922). – 2017. No 2. P. 62−70.

Tatiana V. Kuznetsova. Language Distortion in the Post-Revolutionary Era. – 2017. No 2. P. 71−80.

Ludmila V. Syomova. From the Triumph Style to Romantic Realism: Factors of Style Formation in Soviet Photojournalism. – 2017. No 3. P. 68−81.

Igor I. Malinin. Latin America in the Agenda of the Mezhdunarodnaya Zhizn' and Mirovaya Ekonomika i Mezhdunarodnye Otnosheniya Journals. – 2017. No 3. P. 82−93.

Olga V. Tikhonova, Anna A. Gladkova. Ethnic Audiovisual Media in the Russian Media Landscape (as exemplified by the Republics of Tatarstan, Bashkortostan and Chuvashia). – 2017. No 4. P. 120−129.

Nikita A. Agrylov. Institutionalization of the Media Market and the Creation of the Information Space in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia). – 2017. No 4. P. 130−141.

Oleg A. Bakulin. Photojournalism Ethics (Some Aspects of Russian Historiography). – 2017. No 5. P. 98−104.

Maria A. Krasheninnikova. New Political Course and Extreme Situations in the Perestroika Photographic Reports of the Sovetskiy Soyuz Magazine. – 2017. No 5. P. 105−112.

Elena Yu. Skarlygina. Magazine Publishing Projects of Alexander Glezer. – 2017. No 5. P. 113−120.

Anastasia M. Sarycheva. Development of Major Content Strands in the Theme "People's Power" in the Documents of RCP(b) and the Party Press of 1917−1927. – 2017. No 5. P. 121−132.

Sergei F. Pakhalyuk. Advertising of Savings Banks in the 19th –Early 20th Century: Towards the Establishment of the Paternalistic Model of Communication. – 2017. No 5. P. 133−142.

Irina A. Surnina. Business Press in Russia: Towards the Closure of Promyshlennyi Listok Published by M.Ya. Kittary (the Second Half of the 19th Century). – 2017. No 5. P. 143−150.

Mass Media Abroad

Grigory V. Pruttskov. The Press in Catalonia: at the Origins of National Identity. – 2017. No 1. P. 82−89.

Ekaterina G. Zagvozdkina. Representation of the Beat Generation in the Life and Time Magazines in the 1960s Era. – 2017. No 1. P. 90−101.

Elina S. Nikolskaya. Television News Magazines in Canada, the USA and Australia Under Format Transformation. – 2017. No 1. P. 102−113.

Natalia V. Urina. Italy in the Information Picture of Foreign Media and All-European Problems in Italian Mass Media. – 2017. No 3. P. 96−106.

Milana V. Zakharova. Media Concentration in France in the Early 21st Century. – 2017. No 3. P. 107−121.

Grigory V. Pruttskov. Referendum on Catalonia's Independence as Seen by the Spanish Press (a case study of El Pais, La Vanguardia and El Punt Avui newspapers). – 2017. No 3. P. 122−128.

Mediatext

Elena N. Remchukova, Kristina L. Nikolova. "People of Good Will": the Image of the Recipient of the International Non-Governmental Organization Amnesty International (a case study of the Russian and French websites of the organization). – 2017. No 1. P. 116−124.

Svetlana M. Kolesnikova. Sense-Making Principles of the Concept of Honor in the Language of Modern Military-Patriotic Press. – 2017. No 1. P. 125−131.

Liubov Y. Ivanova (Leonteva). Speech Representation of Conflict in the Media Discourse of Russia–German Relations – 2017. No 3. P. 142−149.

Media.ru

Ivan A. Aslanov. "Pasta" as a Type of Internet Communication Text: the Experience of Phenomenological Description and the Problem of Classification. – 2017. No 2. P. 82−91.

Valery Yu. Kostikov. Promoting a Sports Club Brand in Multimedia Genres. – 2017. No 2. P. 92−102.

Maria N. Danilova. Sochi-2014 as a Sports Media Event Covered in Russian Online Media. – 2017. No 2. P. 103−113.

Literature and Essays

Maria Yu. Ignatieva (Oganisyan). Genre Characteristics of Pushkin's Poem "The Legend" in the Context of Medieval and Modern Miracle. – 2017. No 1. P. 134−143.

Svetlana A. Kazakova. Vasily Kamensky's Self-Promotion. – 2017. No 3. P. 130−139.

Maria Yu. Ignatieva (Oganisyan). Hymnographic Principles of Spanish Spiritual Poetry of the High Middle Ages. – 2017. No 5. P. 152−162.

Svetlana A. Kazakova. Literary and Art Criticism on Vasily Kamensky's Poetry. – 2017. No 5. P. 163−172.

Journalism Education

Liydmila V. Minaeva, Tatiana Yu. Lebedeva. International Public Relations Training: Didactic Concept and Applied Models. – 2017. No 2. P. 116−124.

Irina A. Veshchikova. Normative Sources in Orthoepy: Academic and Professional Lexicography. – 2017. No 5. P. 174−182.

In Memoriam

Boris Z. Doktorov. Boris Grushin. This Will Last Long. To the 10th Anniversary of B.A. Grushin's Death. − 2017. No 4. P. 144−146.

Maria Yu. Ignatieva (Oganisyan). "To Think About the Ending". In Remembrance of Ninel Ivanovna Vannikova. − 2017. No 4. P. 147−149.

To the 65th Anniversary of the Faculty of Journalism, Moscow State University

Dmitry A. Gutnov. University Quarter in the Center of Moscow. – 2017. No 1. P. 146−154.

Dmitry A. Gutnov. University Quarter around the Classroom Building. – 2017. No 2. P. 126−133.

Grigory V. Pruttskov. Tatiana's Day as the Birthday of Moscow University. The Making of Tradition. – 2017. No 2. P. 134−137.

Book Review

Ekaterina I. Orlova, Oleg A. Kling. The Timeless. – 2017. No 1. P. 156−158.

Marina I. Piskunova. Public Relations: Teaching through Reflection. – 2017. No 2. P. 140−142.

Ivan A. Pankeev. To Prove Harmony by Algebra. – 2017. No 3. P. 152−155.

Ivan A. Pankeev. The Media Image of Power: Not Only the Verbal Aspect. – 2017. No 4. P. 152−156.

Maria A. Romakina. Cartier-Bresson on Photojournalism and Life: Conversations with an Eyewitness to the 20th Century. – 2017. No 5. P. 184−189.

Subject Index of Articles in the MediaAlmanah Journal for 2016

Editorial

Elena Vartanova. Modern Media as «Extensions» of Society. – 2016. No 1. P. 8−10.

Elena Vartanova. Modern Journalist through the Eyes of Society. – 2016. No 2. P. 8−10.

Elena Vartanova. Towards the Functions of Journalism. − 2016. No 3. P. 8−10.

Elena Vartanova. A Service or a Mission? – 2016. No 4. P. 8−9.

Elena Vartanova. Hybridization of the Press: Integrating Traditions and Innovations. – 2016. No 5. P. 8−10.

Elena Vartanova. On the Integrative Unity of a Journalistic Text. – 2016. No 6. P. 8−10.


Research Paradigms

Igor A. Nikolaichuk, Tamara S. Yakova, Marina M. Yanglyaeva. Media as a System-Trend: New Approaches in Medialogy. – 2016. No 1. P. 12−24.

Denis V. Dunas. Academic Media Discourse: Current Development Trends in Russia. – 2016. No 2. P. 12−21.

Nina V. Starykh. Semiological Theory and Practices of Constructing Strategic Communications in the Social Sphere. – 2016. No 2. P. 22−31.

Irina V. Zhilavskaya. "Information -Media – Communication": the Synergetic Effect. – 2016. No 3. P. 12−17.

Lu Yan. Complementarity of Critical Approaches to the Analysis of Media Ideology. – 2016. No 5. P. 12−19.

Sergei A. Vartanov, Anna N. Gureeva, Denis V. Dunas, Natalia V. Tkacheva. Changes in the Nature of News in the Digital Era: Theoretical Understanding of the Forces of Influence. – 2016. No 6. P. 12−24.


Global Context

Ekaterina A. Zvereva. Magazine Content as a Development Tool for the Collaboration between the Media and Media Prosumers. – 2016. No 2. P. 34−42.

Alla Yu. Gorcheva. Potentialities of Crowdsourcing Platforms in the Process of Communication. – 2016. No 2. P. 43−47.

Maria A. Krasheninnikova. A Photo Report in Russian Historiography: the Evolution of the Concept, Content and Features. – 2016. No 3. P. 20−26.

Uliana I. Zaitseva. Dialogic Nature of Screen Media as One of the Main Factors in the Globalization of Cultural Environment. – 2016. No 3. P. 27−33.

Yulia A. Chernenko. Wandering Plots as a Tool of Storytelling in Political PR. – 2016. No 3. P. 34−41.

Svetlana A. Shomova. New Media and "New Ethics": towards Value Transformations of the Journalism Profession. – 2016. No 4. P. 12−20.

Yulia A. Chernenko. Storytelling in Political PR and Journalism: Mechanisms and Effects of Wandering Plots. – 2016. No 4. P. 21−30.

Galina G. Schepilova, Darya V. Kozhanova. Mobile Advertising in Russia: Expert Analysis. – 2016. No 5. P. 22−28.

Andrey A. Negryshev. Pseudoreality on the Internet: Mechanisms of Reference Transformations in News Headlines. – 2016. No 5. P. 29−38.

Anna V. Tolokonnikova. New Media as a Learning Environment for Present-Day School Children. – 2016. No 5. P. 39−48.

Diana E. Yanukyan. Brand Communication Tools in Social Networks. – 2016. No 5. P. 49−56.

Vera M. Zverkova. Specific Features of Advertising Content in Women's Online Mass Media. – 2016. No 5. P. 57−63.

Galina V. Lazutina, Tatiana E. Uzunova. Executive Power and the Media: the Notions of the Due and the Real. – 2016. No 6. P. 26−32.

Ekaterina A. Baranova. Transformation of Journalism Ethical Principles in the Conditions of Media Convergence. – 2016. No 6. P. 33−39.

Svetlana A. Kuskova. Coverage of the Caribbean Crisis in American and Soviet Newspapers (a case study of The New York Times and Pravda). – 2016. No 6. P. 40−47.

 

Agenda

Andrei V. Vyrkovsky. Crisis Management in a Convergent Environment: the Experience of One Media Outlet. – 2016. № 1. P. 26−35.

Anastasiya I. Karpova. Diversification in the Russian Media Business in 2004-3014 (a case study of the RBK, Rambler&Co, Gazprom-Media, Natsional'naya Media Gruppa and CTC Media holdings). – 2016. No 1. P. 36−47.

Sergey S. Smirnov. Development of the Largest Regional Media Holdings in Russia (Moscow and Sankt-Petersburg). – 2016. No 2. P. 50−58.

Ekaterina A. Polishchuk. Emergence and Development of Business Television Journalism: the Experience of the USA and Russia. – 2016. No 2. P. 59−65.

Olga S. Mironova. Media Support for the Healthcare Reform in Russia: Framing as a Tool of Analysis (based on research materials). – 2016. No 3. P. 44−53.

Olga A. Voronova. Structure and Typology of Modern Foreign Russian-Language Press. Part 1. Contextual Characteristics of Foreign Russian-Language Press. – 2016. No 3. P. 54−62.

Galina G. Schepilova. Newspaper Market of the Crimean Peninsula: in Search of a Funding Model. – 2016. No 4. P. 32−38.

Nataliya O. Avtaeva, Olga N. Savinova. Family Values in the Humanitarian Agenda of the Russian Media. – 2016. No 4. P. 39−46.

Olga A. Voronova. Structure and Typology of Modern Foreign Russian-Language Press. Part 2. Qualitative and Quantitative Characteristics of Foreign Russian-Language Press. – 2016. No 4. P. 47−54.

Sergey S. Smirnov. Development of the Largest Regional Media Holdings in Russia (cities of one million). Part I. – 2016. No 5. P. 66−78.

Sergei A. Vartanov, Andrei V. Vyrkovsky, Marina Yu. Galkina, Alexandr V. Kolesnichenko, Anastasia Yu. Obraztsova. Perception of the Quality of Media Texts by Journalists and Media Editors. – 2016. No 5. P. 79−89.

Natalia V. Tkacheva. Development Trends in Russian Film Distribution. Part I. – 2016. No 5. P. 90−98.

Ksenia S. Kornilova, Maria P. Guryeva. PR Technologies in the Modern Sports Industry (a case study of the 2014 Sochi Olympics). – 2016. No 5. P. 99−106.

Oleg A. Bakulin. Towards the History of the Origin of War Photography. – 2016. No 5. P. 107−114.

Sergey S. Smirnov. Development of the Largest Regional Media Holdings in Russia (cities of one million). Part II. – 2016. No 6. P. 50−63.

Natalia V. Tkacheva. Development Trends in Russian Film Distribution. Part II. – 2016. No 6. P. 64−74.

Galina G. Schepilova, Maria S. Sheykina. Russian Video Service Market: Characteristics of Monetization. – 2016. N 6. P. 75−82.


Mass Media in Russia

Darya A. Pushkareva. Typological Characteristics of the Leading Crimean Newspapers. – 2016. No 2. P. 68−76.

Irina N. Kemarskaya. Profession of Screenwriter on Russian Television: Its Transformations with the Advent of Multimedia. – 2016. No 2. P. 77−84.

Maria A. Krasheninnikova. Development of Soviet Photojournalism during Perestroika (a case study of the Sovetskoye Foto magazine). – 2016. No 2. P. 85−92.

Maria A. Tyazhelova. Role of the Current Agenda in the Communication Strategy of the Corporate Press: a study of the Moskovskiy Zheleznodorozhnik and Volzhskaya Magistral newspapers of the JSC Russian Railways. – 2016. No 3. P. 64−71.

Elena A. Shurygina. Information Demands of the Radio Audience and Forms of Interaction with the Listener in a New Media Environment: a Regional Perspective. – 2016. No 3. P. 72−77.

Pyotr V. Gulenko. Public Affairs Talk Shows on the NTV Television Channel: Format Development. – 2016. No 4. P. 56−64.

Eugenia L. Dmitrenko. A Television Project of Public Importance in the Context of Social Interaction between Television and the Audience (a case study of GTRK "Southern Urals"). – 2016. No 4. P. 65−70.

Sergei N. Ilchenko. Media Landscape of St. Petersburg: the Changing of the Guard. – 2016. No 5. P. 116−123.

Natalia T. Tarumova. Digital Collection of Texts Published in Russian Periodicals. – 2016. No 5. P. 124−130.

Olga V. Smirnova. Headlines in Local Newspapers: Tradition vs Creativity. – 2016. No 6. P. 84−93.

Nikolai I. Voron. Photographs in Print Media: the Genre Aspect. – 2016. No 6. P. 94−99.

Ludmila V. Syomova. Photography in the Ogonyok Magazine: from Social Themes to Social Problems. – 2016. No 6. P. 100−113.

Maria V. Gordeeva. Old Believers' Periodicals in the Late 19th – Early 20th Century: Publications, Authors and Range of Problems (a brief review). – 2016. No 6. P. 114−122.

Boris I. Esin. Russian Journalism in the First Year after Nekrasov's Death. – 2016. No 6. P. 123−129.


Mass media abroad

Natalia V. Urina. Role of the Italian Media in Election Campaigns (2013−2015). – 2016. No 1. P. 50−62.

Grigory V. Pruttskov. The Problem of Catalan National Identity as Covered in La Renaixensa и La Vanguardia Newspapers in the Late 19th – Early 20th Century. – 2016. No 1. P. 63−68.

Irina Ya. Novitskaya. Development History of Public Dialogue in Swedish Media. Part 1. From the First Debates of the Age of Freedom to Polemical Journalism of the Late 18th Century. – 2016. No 3. P. 80−87.

Olga V. Plekhova. Public Broadcasting in Greece in the Digital Era: ERT vs Digea. – 2016. No 3. P. 88−96.

Irina Ya. Novitskaya. Development History of Public Dialogue in Swedish Media. Part 2. From Polemical Journalism of the 19th Century to Public Dialogue of the 20th Century. – 2016. No 4. P. 72−80.

Karina S. Oganesyan. Western Media Coverage of Vladimir Putin's Image in the Context of the Sochi Olympics. – 2016. No 4. P. 81−88.

Grigory V. Pruttskov. The Role of the Diari Catala Daily Newspaper in the Development of Catalan National Consciousness. – 2016. No 5. P. 132−139.

Anna A. Gladkova. Key Development Trends in the Dutch Media Industry Today. – 2016. No 6. P. 132−141.

Olga V. Plekhova. Establishment and Development of State Broadcasting in Greece: Struggling for the Monopoly (1909–1982). – 2016. No 6. P. 142−150.


Mediatext

Ogannes T. Gasparyan. Communication Strategy of an Advertising Text: the Information and Manipulation Component. – 2016. No 1. P. 70−79.

Nadezhda N. Molitvina. Online Literary Review: a Transformation of Genre and Stylistic Characteristics or Following a Tradition? – 2016. No 1. P. 80−88.

Vsevolod P. Bylevsky. Precedent Phenomena ("Diangu") in the Discourse of the Chinese Press. – 2016. No 1. P. 89−98.

Nadezhda N. Volskaya. Implementation of the Precedent Name "Napoleon" in the First Russian Political Cartoons. – 2016. No 3. P. 98−106.


Literature and Essays

Svetlana I. Yakimova. Literary and Artistic Criticism of the Russian Emigration in the Far East. – 2016. No 2. P. 94−102.

Irina B. Ignatova. V.P. Burenin: Towards the Criteria of Artistic Value and the Principles of Literary Criticism in the 1880s−1900s. – 2016. No 4. P. 90−97.

Liydmila S. Kustova. Fedotov is Our Resource (a systematization of religious issues in the journalism of the thinker of the 1920s−1940s). – 2016. No 4. P. 98−105.


Journalism Education

Lubov Ya. Shneiberg. Current Issue of Methods of Teaching the Russian Language. – 2016. No 2. P. 104−109.

Irina N. Denisova, Maria A. Krasheninnikova. On Developing the Course "A Journalist in Extreme Situations" and Its Approbation at the Faculty of Journalism, Moscow State University. – 2016. No 2. P. 110−116.

Anna S. Deryabina. Motives and Values of a Journalist's Vocational Guidance: a Media Psychological Analysis. – 2016. No 2. P. 117−127.


Book Review

Natalia V. Urina. Russian Media System and Its Development Trends. – 2016. No 1. P. 100−102.

Irina V. Annenkova. Renewing Traditions. – 2016. No 1. P. 103−106.

Ivan A. Pankeev. In Defense of the Profession. – 2016. No 2. P. 130−132.

Denis V. Dunas. Towards a History of the International Movement of Journalists: from Fighting for Personal Rights to Maintaining the Power Balance in the Bipolar World. – 2016. No 2. P. 133−136.

Boris I. Esin. Newspaper Petersburg. – 2016. No 3. P. 108−109.

Ivan A. Pankeev. Women's Magazines of the 1920s−1930s: Historical and Philological Approach to the Study. – 2016. No 3. P. 110−113.

Vladimir I. Novikov. Fate of a 20th Century Classic Writer in the Mirror of Literary Criticism. – 2016. No 4. P. 108−109.

Vladimir V. Slavkin. The Aim is to Improve the Quality of Journalistic Speech. – 2016. No 5. P. 142−144.

Liudmila A. Kruglova. Characteristics of Russian Media Concentration. – 2016. No 5. P. 145−148.

Oleg A. Bakulin. Towards the Biography of the "World's Greatest War Photographer". – 2016. No 5. P. 149−151.

Natalia V. Urina. History of Foreign Journalism in Today's Context. – 2016. No 6. P. 152−155.

Oleg A. Bakulin. The First "Modern" War in the Focus of Photo Cameras. – 2016. No 6. P. 156−158.

 

 

Subject Index of Articles in the MediaAlmanah Journal for 2015


Editorial

Elena Vartanova. On the Topicality of Eternal Journalistic Issues. – 2015. No. 1. P. 8−9.

Elena Vartanova. Towards Media Research as a Topical Area of Scientific Knowledge. – 2015. No. 2. P. 8−10.

Elena Vartanova. On Three Vectors of Journalism Development in the Future. – 2015. No. 3. P. 8−10.

Elena Vartanova. New Media as a Cultural Environment of Modern Society. – 2015. No. 4. P. 8−10.

Elena Vartanova. Is «Homo mediatus» an outcome of social development? – 2015. No. 5. P. 8−10.

Elena Vartanova. Vital Task of the Russian Theory of Journalism. – 2015. No. 6. P. 8−10.


IT-Academia

Andrey V. Zamkov. Models of Cloud Computing in Digital Humanities. – 2015. No. 1. P. 12−20.

Kseniia S. Kornilova, Anton S. Morozov. Mobile Media as a New Type of an Advertising Platform. – 2015. No. 1. P. 21−29.


Global Context

Evgeny Y. Kukshinov. Phenomenon of Media Immersion. – 2015. No. 1. P. 32−39.

Elena A. Glazkova. New Cinema in the Context of the Internet Influence on Film Art: toward the Question. – 2015. No. 1. P. 40−48.

Anastasia L. Svitich. Graphic Illustration as a Tool for Content Visualization in Business Magazines. – 2015. No. 2. P. 12−19.

Yana V. Laykova. Infographics as Media Text in Online Mass Media: Functions and Classification. – 2015. No. 2. P. 20−30.

Anna V. Tsvetkova. Mask, Dummy and Persona in 20th century Magazine Illustration. – 2015. No. 2. P. 31−39.

Svetlana A. Shomova. From the Ancient Mystery to the Rituals and Secrets of Modern PR (towards the theatricalized forms of political communication). – 2015. No. 3. P. 12−20.

Oleg V. Sineokyj. Rock Culture in Sounds and Words (on the concept of musical and journalistic interpretation). – 2015. No. 3. P. 21−31.

Svetlana A. Shomova. Political Street Art: the Art of Performance or a PR Technology? (towards the theatricalized forms of political communication). – 2015. No. 4. P. 12−18.

Olga E. Kobiakina. National Branding of France. – 2015. No. 4. P. 19−27.

Erbina V. Nikitina, Victoria Yu. Koshatnikova. Sophistic Principles and Techniques in Modern Journalistic Practice. – 2015. No. 5. P. 12−22.

Larisa N. Fedotova. On Sociologists' Contribution to the Theory of Communication (according to research in the USA in the 1930s). – 2015. No. 6. P. 12−20.

Svetlana L. Urazova. Media Communications in the Focus of Digital Transformations. – 2015. No. 6. P. 21−29.


Agenda

Sophia P. Suvorova. Career in the Media Today (a study of finalists' career counseling at the Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University). – 2015. No. 1. P. 50−56.

Ivan A. Pankeev. Journalists' Ethics: Reality or Fiction? – 2015. No. 2. P. 42−48.

Andrei V. Vyrkovsky, Alexandra V. Lavrenova. Professional and Personal Qualities of Russian Journalists: an Assessment by Print and Online Media Managers. – 2015. No. 2. P. 49−56.

Maria A. Krasheninnikova. Russia's Post-Soviet Photojournalism: on the Formation of Its Specificity. – 2015. No. 3. P. 34−41.

Elena E. Pominova. Copyright in Photo Business (a case study of Russian stock photography). – 2015. No. 3. P. 42−49.

Pavel V. Ushanov. Russian Blogosphere: a Search for an Audience Niche in the National Information Field. – 2015. No. 4. P. 30−36.

Yulia V. Shibanova. Communication Practices of Press Offices for Regional Government Agencies under the New Media Environment. – 2015. No. 4. P. 37−44.

Andrei V. Vyrkovsky. Russian Media Managers in Response to Convergence: Working Processes, Competencies and Personal Qualities. – 2015. No. 5. P. 24−33.

Diana Yu. Kulchitskaya. Work of Foreign Correspondents in Russia: the Legal and Creative Aspects. – 2015. No. 5. P. 34−40.

Galina V. Lazutina, Ivan A. Pankeev. Convergence of Media Theory and Media Practice as a Key to Resolving Problem Situations (Reflections following the panel session "Ethics and Law as Regulators of the Dialogue between the Media, Society and Government" of the research and practice conference "Journalism in 2014"). – 2015. No. 6. P. 32−38.

Marina L. Knyazeva. Dialogue of Cultures and the Multiethnic Media Space in Russia. – 2015. No. 6. P. 39−46.


Mass Media in Russia

Varvara V. Ponomaryova. The Uchitel against the Guvernantka, the Year of 1862: on a Magazine Polemics about Women's Education. – 2015. No. 1. P. 58−62.

Olga D. Minaeva. Genre Characteristics of Soviet Women's Magazines in the 1920s −1930s: a Brief Overview. – 2015. No. 1. P. 63−66.

Igor Yu. Govryakov. What Should a Socialist City Be Like: Projects for Reforming the Lifestyle in the 1920s. – 2015. No. 1. P. 67−72.

Olga D. Minaeva. Lifestyle Reform and the Destruction of the Patriarchal Family (a case study of the Rabotnitsa and Krestyanka magazines). – 2015. No. 2. P. 58−66.

Irina V. Litvinenko. Radio Broadcasting and Recent Technologies (a case study of the Vesti FM radio station's website). – 2015. No. 2. P. 67−70.

Maria N. Gulyaeva. Convergent Media Projects in Contemporary Sports Journalism(a case study of the Sovetskiy Sport and Sport-Express newspapers). – 2015. No. 4. P. 46−53.

Maria A. Vaschuk. Influence of Digital Technologies on the Development of Russian Sports Photojournalism (1991–2014). – 2015. No. 4. P. 54−61.

Luiza G. Svitich, Olga V. Smirnova, Alla A. Shiryayeva, Mikhail V. Shkondin. Newspapers of Small Cities and Towns in Dialogue with the Audience (based on the findings of a sociological study). – 2015. No. 6. P. 48−58.

Ludmila V. Syomova. Photo Essay in the Sovetskoye Foto Magazine. – 2015. No. 6. P. 59−69.

Oleg G. Sidorov. Mission of Vasily Nikiforov as a Public Figure, Publisher and Editor. – 2015. No. 6. P. 70−76.

Varvara V. Ponomareva. Girls' Boarding Schools under the Attack of Periodicals. – 2015. No. 6. P. 77−86.


Mass media abroad

Anatoly V. Bochinin. Mechanism for Applying the Patriot Act in the U.S. Press in 2011−2013 (a case study of publications in The Washington Post, The Washington Times and The New-York Times newspapers). – 2015. No. 3. P. 52−63.

Svetlana V. Volokhina. British National Newspapers in Social Media(a case study of the Facebook social network and Twitter microblog). – 2015. No. 3. P. 64−74.

Natalia V. Tkacheva. Development of the Internet in China (2013–2015). – 2015. No. 5. P. 42−46.

David V. Petrosyan. National and Global Cultural Values: the Art of Dialogue (a case study of the Azg-Mshakuyt weekly). – 2015. No. 5. P. 47−53.

Gregory V. Prutskov. Some Aspects of the Struggle for Catalonia's Self-Determination(a case study of La Vanguardia, El Periodico de Catalunya and El Punt Avui newspapers for 2013–2014). – 2015. No. 5. P. 54−60.


Mediatext

Olga M. Afanasieva. Journalistic Picture of the World: towards the Research Methods. − 2015. No. 1. P. 74−79; No. 2. P. 72−77.

Nadezhda N. Volskaya. Metaphorical Image of Ruble in Caricatures Texts (a case study of caricatures in the Moskovskiy Komsomolets newspaper). – 2015. No. 1. P. 80−85.

Alla V. Guslyakova, Natalia G. Talanova,Anastasia A. Timofeeva. Linguo-Cognitive Modeling of the Ways to Present News Topics in the Blogs of Contemporary Media (a case study of Russian, Anglo-American and Turkish online mass media). – 2015. No. 2. P. 78−88.

Elena N. Remchukova, Victoria A. Omelyanenko. Combinatorics in an Advertising Headline as a Way to Achieve Hyper-Expressivity (a case study of Russian-language specialized magazines in Ukraine). – 2015. No. 5. P. 62−69.


Literature and Essays

Boris I. Esin. Journalism in N.A. Nekrasov's Poetic Heritage. – 2015. No. 4. С. 64−72.

Olga D. Minaeva. Journalism of N.K. Krupskaya and A.V. Kollontai in Shaping the Ideology of Women's Emancipation. – 2015. No. 4. P. 73−80.

Ruslan A. Poddubtsev. Andrei Platonov's story "For Future Use" in Soviet Critical Reviews. – 2015. No. 4. P. 81−88.

Liydmila S. Kustova. Views of Emigrant Philosophers N.S. Trubetskoy and G.P. Fedotov on National Issues: Warnings and Prognoses (a case study of emigrant periodicals of the 1920s – 1940s). – 2015. No. 5. P. 72−81.

Tatiana Yu. Mokhova. Mark Twain's Journalistic Hoaxes: Functions and Interaction of Fact and Fiction. – 2015. No. 5. P. 82−93.

Egor V. Sartakov. Stepan Burachok's Critical Assessment of Mikhail Lermontov's Lyrical Poetry. – 2015. No. 6. P. 88−96.

Journalism Education

Alexei I. Kondratenko. Timofey Antropov, an Architect of Journalistic Cadres(the main biographical landmarks). – 2015. No. 3. P. 76−84.

Ivan A. Pankeev. The Virtual Museum of the Russian Press. – 2015. No. 4. P. 90−93.

Towards the 70th Anniversary of the Victory

Boris I. Esin. N. A. Nekrasov at the Front (Towards the 70th Anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941–1945) – 2015. No. 2. P. 90−92.