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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Evgenii Akimov
Historical Context of Patriotism in Russian Blog and Social Media (2006-2018)
2019
In this work evolution of patriotism and its historical context in Russian blog and social media from 2006 to 2018 has been researched. In order to reach this goal necessary tasks has been appointed: examination of evolution of patriotism and its components, examination of definitions «Motherland», «country», «state», examine its commons an differences, forming of basic definitions of chat and Internet-conversation, analysis of comments from 2006 to 2018 and making conclusion about evolution of patriotism in Net. During of this work has been revealed the historical context of patriotism and with the applying historical methods of analysis to everyday correspondence current social definition of patriotism has been formed. Also the evolution of patriotic thought in 2006-2018 has been researched. This work allows using the definition of patriotism more correct in educational and pedagogical activity.

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