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The Creation of Multimedia Project about Sex and Love Addiction (Creative Format)

Student: Darya Bandurina

Supervisor: Tatiana Tikhomirova

Faculty: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Educational Programme: Media Communications (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2021

The purpose of my work is to highlight the problem of addiction to sex and love in the Russian-speaking segment of the Internet. I started with myself, as I myself am an addict. I thought it would be helpful for me on the path of accepting addiction and overcoming it. And I came to the conclusion: the stories of people who have gone through this, information that does not condemn the community. With great enthusiasm and desire to understand the problem, I found anonymous groups, psychologists and the amazing life story of Vika, a respondent to my interview. I tried to make my longread informative both for people unfamiliar with the SLA phenomenon, and for addicts and convalescents.

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