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Mobile Applications as a Information Distribution Channel in China and Russia: Comparative Analysis

Student: Zhixue Zhang

Supervisor: Alexander Sharikov

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Media Management (Master)

Final Grade: 9

Year of Graduation: 2019

This article discusses the subject of mobile applications as a channel for the dissemination of information in China and Russia. Analyzed the differences and similarities of mobile applications as a means of disseminating information in the PRC and Russia. The analysis used historical analysis, comparative analysis, statistical analysis and so on. Using these methods, the concept of “Mobile application”, its classification and characteristics were identified and trends in the development of mobile applications as a means of disseminating information in the PRC and Russia were analyzed. Keywords: mobile apps, China, Russia, comparison.

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