Module 1. Political aspects of mass media genre.
Political discourse specificity in media texts
Olga I. Vorobyeva
(Russia, Northern (Arctic) Federal University)
Module 2. Linguistic aspects of mass media products.
Specificity of substantive foreign lexicon word-formation.
(on the base of neologisms in the press)
Natalya V. Bulavina
(Russia, Orel State Agrarian University)
Module 3. Philosophic problems of mass media genre.
Informative marker of mass media language
Marina R. Zheltukhina
(Russia, Volgograd State Pedagogical University and social)
Module 4. Methodological problems of mass media.
Metaphoric conceptualization of natural disasters in mass media
Yelena V. Ivanova
(Russia, Chelyabinsk State University)
Module 5. Education and mass media.
On modern concept of media-informational literacy and media education
Irina V. Zhilavskaya
(Russia, Sholokhov Moscow State Humanitarian University)
Module 6. Communicative aspects of mass media.
“Emotionalization” communicative strategy in the press political commentaries
(on the base of the German newspaper “Bild”)
Natalia N. Kovalenko
(Ukraine, National Pedagogical Dragomanov University (Kiev))
Module 7. Pragmatic issues of mass media.
Printed mass media polemic discourse as a dialogue
Yelena V. Sazhina
(Belarus, Gomel State University)