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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Aleksandra Koksharova
The Phenomenon of Participatory Journalism. Comparative Analysis of Russian and Foreign Experience
Journalism
(Bachelor’s programme)
2017
In the presented WRC the issue of history, transformation and the current state of the phenomenon of "patricipatory journalism" in Russia and abroad is investigated on the basis of a comparison of the online media "Takie dela" "Propublica". In the course of the work it was revealed that there is a request in the society for journalism of this type, both in Russia and throughout the world. Comparison with foreign media makes it possible to characterize the peculiarities of the Russian model of "patricipatory journalism". Identification of features specific to this type of media helps to distinguish "journalism complicity" from civil and social journalism. The study also provides a forecast for the development of Russian "patricipatory journalism".

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