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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Anastasia Samokhina
Conceptualization of St.Petersburg in Lenfilm Studio Production (On the Material of SEANCE magazine in 1990-2000)
Cultural Studies
(Bachelor’s programme)
7
2016
The work is dedicated to the analysis of first nine issues of SEANCE film magazine with the attempt of revealing discursive belonging of magazine's authors to the Petersburg-Leningrad's discourse. Conceptualization of St.Petersburg in Lenfilm Studio Production has been examined with the help of a sociological theory of cultural regionalism. A long history of Moscow's and St.Petersburg's discursive opposition has been reconstructed in order to demonstrate the heredity and the meaning of reproducing cultural memory for St.Petersburg regional identity. The research is aimed at revealing reasons for conceptualization and its concrete forms in SEANCE, for the latter methods of content-analysis has been used.

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