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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Liudmila Tishchenko
The Policy of Glasnost (1987-1991) and Its Transformation in the Information Policy in the Russian Federation
Political Science
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
In the modern state, the development of the information and communication space has a special significance. The mass media is one of the most important components of the information and communication sphere. The importance of the existence of alternative media justifies the need to develop a sound information policy. This work is devoted to the study of formal and informal practices used in the information policy of the Russian Federation in 1991-2004. , which was based on the principles laid down during the policy of glasnost (1987-1991). The purpose of this work is to identify the main trends in the transformation of the principles of glasnost in formal and informal practices used in implementing the state information policy of the Russian Federation.

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