Специальный выпуск журнала World of Media

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Новый номер журнала World of Media посвящён вопросам устойчивого развития медиа в период пандемии. Ученые представили результаты исследований репрезентации коронавируса в медиа, рассказали об особенностях коммуникации в это непростое время. 

В World of Media. Issue 2, 2022. Special Issue: Media Sustainability in the Pandemic World представлены следующие статьи:




INTRODUCTION

Jamil, S., Panagiotou, N., Fragkonikolopolous, C., & Gladkova, A. (2022). Media sustainability in the pandemic conflicting world: Reflections from diverse perspectives. World of Media. Journal of Russian Media and Journalism Studies 2: 5-12

ARTICLES

Aslanov, I. & Kotov, A. (2022). ‘Waves’ and ‘flashes’ of the pandemic: How COVID-19 metaphors in Russian media influence reasoning. World of Media. Journal of Russian Media and Journalism Studies 2: 13-27

Key words: Metaphor, framing, metaphorical framing, COVID-19, health communication

Loucif, A. (2022). Assessment of media and risk communication during COVID-19: The case of Algeria. World of Media. Journal of Russian Media and Journalism Studies 2: 28-45

Key words: Media, risk communication, risk perception, coronavirus, COVID-19

Msimanga, M., Tshuma, L., & Matsilele, T. (2022). Journalism pedagogy and ICTs in a time of pandemic: A case study of selected journalism schools in Southern Africa. World of Media. Journal of Russian Media and Journalism Studies 2: 46-63

Key words: COVID-19, journalism schools, South Africa, Zimbabwe

Rani, P. & Naik, M.G. (2022). Credibility, resilience and sustainability and the COVID-19 pandemic: A study of Kannada print media. World of Media. Journal of Russian Media and Journalism Studies 2: 64-77

Key words: Pandemic, credibility, resilience, sustainability, print media, Kannada

Simons, G., Khan, A. K., Biswas, A. K., & Ali, F. B. (2022). Public perception of media’s role during COVID-19 pandemic in Bangladesh. World of Media. Journal of Russian Media and Journalism Studies 2: 78-105

Key words: Coronavirus, infodemic, Bangladesh, mass media, journalism

Smirnova, O., Denissova, G., Gladkova, A., Steblovskaya, S., & Antipova, A. (2022). COVID-19 public discourse in Russia: Semantic mapping. World of Media. Journal of Russian Media and Journalism Studies 2: 106-123

Key words: COVID-19, Russia, internet memes, pandemic discourse, semantic mapping, semantic shif

Spyridou, P. & Danezis, C. (2022). News consumption patterns during the coronavirus pandemic across time and devices: The Cyprus case. World of Media. Journal of Russian Media and Journalism Studies 2: 124-146

Key words: News consumption; news use; news fatigue, news avoidance, doomscrolling, Cyprus

Stampouli, D. & Vamvakas, V. (2022). The Greek ‘success story’ on the international media representations concerning the pandemic of COVID-19. World of Media. Journal of Russian Media and Journalism Studies 2: 147-176

Key words: Pandemic, COVID-19, Greece, media representations, critical discourse analysis

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