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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Alexander Guzmin
Social Media as an Instrument of Realization of Public Administration Objectives
Public Administration
(Bachelor’s programme)
7
2016
The work is devoted to the topical issues of using the Internet by the state and its organs to achieve their objectives. In particular, emphasis is placed on the channel of social media as a new field of mass communication.

The object of research is the task of governments, the subject of research - social media as a instrument for achieving objectives of public administration. The purpose of work is to explore the possibility of facilitating the solution government objectives through the use of social media channels. Hypothesis of the study was the assumption that part of the government's objectives can be achieved by means of social media.

This paper analyzes the legal acts of state bodies and highlights those that can be solved with the use of social media. Subsequently, an example of how these channels are used by the Moscow Government is considered. The findings suggest the direction vector for further research.

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