Module 1. Communicative aspects of mass media genre.
Film-naming compact text as border phenomenon of the English-language discourse space.
Ekaterina V. Skvortsova
(Russia, Samara State University)
Module 2. Political aspects of mass media.
To structural description of political communication problems.
Nadejda L. Greidina
(Russia, Pyatigorsk State University)
Module 3. Methodological problems of mass media genre.
Lingvo-cognitive model of concept “freedom”.
Tatiana G. Ardasheva
Alfia H. Merzliakova
(Russia, Udmurt State University, Izhevsk)
Module 4. Psychological aspects of mass media.
Basic tactics of deactualizing representation of the collective past fragments in the German-language mass media.
Larisa N. Rebrina
(Russia, Volgograd State University)
Module 5. Educational problems of mass media.
Russian civic engagement: a case study on civic education in a globalized world.
Joseph P. Zompetti
(USA, Illinois State University, Normal)
Module 6. National and cultural, intercultural, subcultural and culturological mass media genre analysis.
Bilingual editions as means of enhancing reader’s communicative cross-cultural competence.
Zoya E. Pinchuk
Georgy N. Nemets
(Russia, Kuban State University)
Module 7. Pragmatic issues of mass media.
Repetition as means of interviewee’s realization communicative strategy in spontaneous dialogue optimization process.
Ofelia A. Garanyan
(Russia, Southern Federal University)