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Tendencies in Soviet/Russian Media Coverage of International Chess Tournaments (1920-2014)

Student: Natalya Saliy

Supervisor: Alexander Sharikov

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Multimedia Journalism (Master)

Final Grade: 7

Year of Graduation: 2016

The purpose of research - to identify the main features in Tendencies in Soviet/Russian Media Coverage of International Chess Tournaments (1920-2014). The paper developed the following hypothesis: 1. Government support plays an important role in the Media Coverage of International Chess Tournaments ; 2. Coverage of international chess tournament was one of the important topics in the electronic media of the USSR, from the early stages of their existence; 3. The existence of different periods related to electronic media coverage of international chess tournaments changed depending on the state policy.

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