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 International Scientific Symposium MEDIA AND VALUE PRIORITIES OF SOCIETY 10 ? 13 September, 2012, Sunny Beach Resort, Bulgaria Organised by Union of Scientists in Bulgaria Science & Education Foundation Scientific Information System Ltd The Faculty of Journalism, Saint Petersburg State University, Russia PROGRAM Scientific media partner Journal of International Scientific Publications www.scientific-publications.net MEDIA AND VALUE PRIORITIES OF SOCIETY Published at: www.scientific-publishing.net Science & Education Foundation www.Science-Edu.Eu 2
REGISTRATION OF PARTICIPANTS
5 - 6 pm, 10
September in the Imperial Hotel 9.00 ? 10.00 am, 11 September in the Imperial Hotel OPENING OF THE SYMPOSIUM 10.00 am, 11
September in the hall of the Imperial Hotel PLENARY LECTURE JOURNALISM AND THEORY OF JOURNALISM: CONTRADICTIONS OF INTERACTION Sergey G. Korkonosenko Theory of Journalism and Mass Communications Department, Faculty of Journalism, St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russia MEDIA AND VALUE PRIORITIES OF SOCIETY Published at: www.scientific-publishing.net Science & Education Foundation www.Science-Edu.Eu 3
SESSION 1 ON 11 SEPTEMBER 10.00 ? 12.00 am in the hall of the Imperial Hotel Attention! Participants in the symposium have 10 minutes to present their papers and 5 minutes for questions and answers. There may be changes in the order of presentations, which participants will be duly notified about. To present their papers participants can use a multimedia projector. PAPERS FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION. IDEALS AND REALITIES Peter Petrov Media and Communication Studies, S?dert?rn University, Huddinge, Sweden 1 MEDIA POLICY AND THE PRIORITIZATION OF SOCIAL VALUES: INTENTIONS VERSUS IMPLEMENTATIONS Mira Moshe Ariel University Center of Samaria ? Israel 2 PROBLEMS OF SOCIAL ETHICS IN LITHUANIAN HEALTH CARE AND ITS REFLECTION IN MEDIA Irayda Jaku?ovait?, Rita Gar?kait? Lithuanian University Of Health Sciences, Departament of Social and Humanitarian Sciences, A.Mickeviciaus st. 9, LT-44307 Kaunas, Lithuania Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Departament of Culturology and Philosophy, Student? st. 11, LT-53361 Akademija, Kauno dist., Lithuania 3 IS HAPPINESS AN IMPORTANT VALUE FOR POLISH SOCIETY? Tatsiana Kanash Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, The Maria Grzegorzewska Academy of Special Education Szczesliwicka 40, 02-353 Warsaw, Poland 4 MEDIA DISCOURSE AND MATERIAL GAPS IN ST. PETERSBURGB AND STOCKHOLM. FINDINGS AND PROSPECTS Cecilia von Feilitzen Media and Communication Studies, S?dert?rn University, Huddinge, Sweden 5 MEDIA AND VALUE PRIORITIES OF SOCIETY Published at: www.scientific-publishing.net Science & Education Foundation www.Science-Edu.Eu 4
SOCIAL ROLES OF THE JOURNALIST IN COVERING NATIONAL RELATIONS Igor N. Blokhin Sankt-Petersburg State University, Faculty of Journalism. Sankt-Petersburg, 1 line Vasilevsky Island, 26. 6 THE SIGNIFICANCE OF MOVIE TRANSLATIONS FOR CULTURAL INTERACTION AND THE POSITION OF MOVIE TRANSLATIONS IN PRESS Nesrin ?evik, Muharrem Tosun Sakarya University, Sakarya, 54187, Turkey 7 VALUES CAN?T BE CHANGED? MODERN UNIVERSITY MEDIA AS A VALUE-PROVIDER Liubov Nekrasova, Bauman Moscow State Technical University, 2-Baumanskaya, 5, Moscow, Russia 8 MEDIA AND VALUE PRIORITIES OF SOCIETY Published at: www.scientific-publishing.net Science & Education Foundation www.Science-Edu.Eu 5
POSTER SESSION 12.00 am ? 1.00 pm, 11
September Venue: Foyer of the Imperial Hotel Duration: 1 hour Attention! Participants have to arrange their posters on the poster boards from 9.00 until 10.00 am on 11 September. The boards are in the hotel foyer. There should be two posters on each side of the board. POSTERS FINLAND VS. GERMANY: SAME STORY AND SAME MEDIA, DIFFERENT AUDIENCES AND DIFFERENT LAUGHERS DIETER HERMANN SCHMITZ University of Tampere, Finland 1 THE INTERVIEW. THE JOURNALIST?S WORK ON THE INTERVIEW TEXT. Denis M. Kostin Municipal budget educational institution Odintsovo average comprehensive school ?5 with in-depth study of philological Sciences (including journalism), the Russian Federation, Moscow region 2 ETHNIC, LINGUISTICS AND INFORMATION SPACE OF POLYETHNIC REGION Niiazova Gulsina Тюменский государственный университет, Тюмен, Россия 3 MEDIA IMAGE IN MASS MEDIA: FROM POLARIZATION TO DIALOGUE Olga V. Korzheneva St. Petersburg State University, faculty of journalism: 199004, St. Petersburg 4 POPULAR LITERATURE AND SOCIETY: THE CASE OF POST-SOVIET LATVIA Gita Sili?a Communication Science at the University of Latvia, Faculty of Social Sciences 5 MEDIA AND VALUE PRIORITIES OF SOCIETY Published at: www.scientific-publishing.net Science & Education Foundation www.Science-Edu.Eu 6
INFORMATIONAL MARGINALIZATION IN DIGITAL MEDIA AMONG PEOPLE OVER 45 YEARS OF AGE IN POLAND Anna Bernatowicz
1
, Rafal Iwanski
2
Katedra Socjologii i Filozofii, Poznan University of Economics, al. Niepodleglosci 10, 61-875 Poznan, Poland
1
, Katedra Socjologii i Filozofii, Poznan University of Economics, Poznan, Poland
2
6 THE PRACTICE OF TYPOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF RUSSIAN ENTERTAINMENT NETWORK PRESS Elena A. Dolgikh Department of intercultural communications, Philological faculty, Russian State Pedagogic University named after A.I. Herzen, Saint-Petersburg, 199053, Russia 7 AGGRESSION CONTROL OPPORTUNITIES IN CYBERSPACE. AGGRESSION IN CYBERSPACE MAY BE RESTRICTED Viktors Kalnins, Velta Basevica Albert College, Skolas str. 22, Riga, Latvia 8 RUSSIAN JOURNALISM IN SYSTEM OF NATIONAL VALUES: A RETROSPEKTIVE VIEW Ludmila P. Gromova History of Journalism Department, Faculty of Journalism, St. Petersburg State University 7-9, Universitetskaya nab., St. Petersburg, Russia 9 THE RESEARCH IN THE INTERACTION OFF THE MASS MEDIA SOCIAL IMAGE AND THE PECULIARITIES OF PERSONAL MEDIA Maria V. Zhizhina Saratov State University named after N. G. Chernyshevsky, Saratov Russia 10 MEDIA AND VALUE PRIORITIES OF SOCIETY Published at: www.scientific-publishing.net Science & Education Foundation www.Science-Edu.Eu 7
SESSION 2 ON 11 SEPTEMBER
2.00 ? 5.00 pm in the hall of the Imperial Hotel Attention! Participants in the symposium have 10 minutes to present their papers and 5 minutes for questions and answers. There may be changes in the order of presentations, which participants will be duly notified about. To present their papers participants can use a multimedia projector. PAPERS SOCIAL AND VALUE GUIDING LINES OF RUSSIAN JOURNALISM Kamilla Nigmatullina St.Petersburg State University, faculty of journalism: 199004, St.Petersburg 1 RECOVERY OF DAMAGE CAUSED BY ABUSE OF THE FREEDOM OF MEDIA: SOME PRACTICAL DILEMMA Sre?ko Jelini?, University of Josipa Juraj Strossmayer in Osijek, Croatia 2 SOCIAL CONTROL ON INTERNET COMMUNICATION Elena O. Arbatskaya Tyumen State University, Russia 3 COMMUNICATION OF VALUES IN MODERN SACRAL ART. EXAMPLE OF LATE 20TH CENTURY CROSIERS Katarzyna Bogacka Department of Humanities, Warsaw University of Life Sciences ul. Nowoursynowska 166 02-787 Warsaw, Poland 4 TV COVERAGES OF THE HOME VIOLENCE CASES REVEAL VALUES? COMPETITION Marina Berezhnaya Saint-Petersburg State University, Faculty of Journalism, St Petersburg, Vasilievskiy Island, 26 5 MEDIA AND VALUE PRIORITIES OF SOCIETY Published at: www.scientific-publishing.net Science & Education Foundation www.Science-Edu.Eu 8
MEDIA INFLUENCE ON WORKING CLASS WOMEN SOCIAL VALUES IN ABU DHABI Hala El Saj
1
, Charles M Sarraf
2 Holy Spirit University of Kaslik, Kaslik ? Lebanon 6 EUROPEAN VALUES, MEDIA AND IMAGE POLICY OF THE STATES. Marina V. Kargalova Institute of Europe, Russian Academy of sciences. Mokhovaya str., 11-3 ?B?, Moscow 125993 7 GLOBALIZATION, СULTURE, AND THE ROLE OF MEDIA Alevtina A. Kolosova, Fatemeh Deilami Peoples? Friendship University of Russia, 117198, Moscow 8 METHODOLOGY OF EVALUATIVE ANALYSIS IN MEDIA AND SOCIAL CONNECTIONS OF JOURNALISM Viktor Sidorov St.Petersburg State University, faculty of journalism: 199004, St.Petersburg 9 THE GLOBAL MEDIA DISCOURSE IN THE PROCESS OF CONSTRUCTING THE KOSOVA IDENTITY Lindita Tahiri Faculty of Philology, University of Prishtina, Kosova 10 MEDIA AND VALUE PRIORITIES OF SOCIETY Published at: www.scientific-publishing.net Science & Education Foundation www.Science-Edu.Eu 9
SOCIAL PROGRAMME 12 September CLOSING OF THE SYMPOSIUM 13 September in the Imperial Hotel 
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