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The Images of Deputies in Satirical Programs on the Russian Television of the 21st Century

Student: Egor Kustov

Supervisor: Anna S. Kimerling

Faculty: Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (Perm)

Educational Programme: Political Science (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2019

The work will examine the change in the form and content of political satire aimed at the image of a deputy in the comic programs of part of Russian federal TV channels over the past 19 years, which will indirectly allow to distinguish not only the development vector of an already formed era, but also approximately predict the future life of Russian society and States, based on the assessments of what happened and the expectations of the future, spoken in the media space. The structure of the work: the main part of the work consists of three chapters: in the first, consisting of three sections, we will discuss the origins of political satire, as well as the Russian television political satire of the XXI century and its formation; the second chapter will describe the image of the deputy in modern political culture based on the research of domestic sociologists and cultural studies; in the third chapter, consisting of two paragraphs, the image of the Russian deputy will be typified, the evolution of this image in satirical television programs from the beginning of the century to the modern period will be painted in stages, and the deputy will be compared as an image on TV and other media resources. In addition to the listed chapters, there is an introduction, conclusion, list of references and references in the work.

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