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Political Sphere of Society in The \"Ogoniok\" Magazine During The Soviet Period

Student: Maria Shchepetkina

Supervisor: Irina Lagutina

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Journalism (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2019

This work is devoted to the problems lying in the field of history and theory of mass communication, and to studies of the formation of bipolar picture of the world by contrasting the socio-political concepts of "West" and "Soviet Union" in "Ogoniok" magazine. The object of the research is "Ogoniok" magazine. The subject of the research is such peculiarities of the reflection of the political sphere of Soviet society in the "Ogoniok" magazine as the concept of "West" and the image of USSR in the framework of bipolar picture of the world. The chronological boundaries of the research is defined by 1923 - 1991 years. The purpose of the work is to determine the way how the bipolar picture of the world in Soviet period was constructed in "Ogoniok" magazine. The work consists of introduction, two chapters, conclusion, a list of used literature and annexes. Introduction reveals the relevance of the research, indicates theoretical and practical importance of the work, determines the degree of scientific development of the topic, as well as the object, subject, purpose, objectives and methods of the research. First chapter deals with theoretical basis for studying the technology of constructing bipolar picture of the world in "Ogoniok" magazine. Second chapter of the work focuses on the study of the technology of constructing bipolar picture of the world in "Ogoniok" through the images of a Soviet person, Soviet government and the image of the enemy. In conclusion final results of the research are formed. The work includes: 93 pages, 65 theoretical sources used, 70 empirical texts used, 2 appendixes. Key words: "Ogoniok" magazine, Soviet press, political sphere of society, bipolar system of the world.

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