The Resource Journal of Soviet and post-Soviet politics and society, Vol. 1, no. 1 (2015), Russian media and the war in Ukraine, general editor and issue editor-in-chief: Julie Fedor ; consulting editor: Andreas Umland ; guest editor: Andriy Portnov

Journal of Soviet and post-Soviet politics and society, Vol. 1, no. 1 (2015), Russian media and the war in Ukraine, general editor and issue editor-in-chief: Julie Fedor ; consulting editor: Andreas Umland ; guest editor: Andriy Portnov

Label
Journal of Soviet and post-Soviet politics and society, Vol. 1, no. 1 (2015), Russian media and the war in Ukraine
Title
Journal of Soviet and post-Soviet politics and society
Title number
Vol. 1, no. 1 (2015)
Title part
Russian media and the war in Ukraine
Statement of responsibility
general editor and issue editor-in-chief: Julie Fedor ; consulting editor: Andreas Umland ; guest editor: Andriy Portnov
Title variation
Russian media and the war in Ukraine
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Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
The Russian war in Ukraine has been accompanied, fuelled, and legitimized by a Russian information war campaign that is unprecedented in its scope and nature. This Russian state-media propaganda campaign has been surprisingly successful in disguising and distorting the nature of the war and shaping the way it is perceived and understood, both in Russia and beyond. This special inaugural issue of JSPPS sets out to launch an interdisciplinary discussion on the Russian information warfare being waged in parallel with the military war in Ukraine
Cataloging source
N$T
Dewey number
302.230947
Index
no index present
LC call number
P92.R8
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Label
Journal of Soviet and post-Soviet politics and society, Vol. 1, no. 1 (2015), Russian media and the war in Ukraine, general editor and issue editor-in-chief: Julie Fedor ; consulting editor: Andreas Umland ; guest editor: Andriy Portnov
Publication
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unknown
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Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • From the General Editor; Introduction: Russian Media and the War in Ukraine; Putin's Crimea Speech, 18 March 2014: Russia's Changing Public Political Narrative; 1. The Narrative; 2. Central motifs; 3. Temporalities; 4. Symbols and Agency; 5. Plots and Subplots; 6. The Domestic Impact of 18 March 2014; 7. Conclusions; Filtering Foreign Media Content: How Russian News Agencies Repurpose Western News Reporting; 1 Introduction: Translations as a Data Source; 1.1 State-run Translation Portals; 1.2 Overview of Russian Media Landscape; 1.3 Mirroring the Foreign Press
  • 1.4 Quality of Translation; 1.5 The Problem of Selection; 1.6 Distorting the Message; 2 Quantifying Editorial Selection; 2.1 Data Collection; 2.2 The Data; 2.3 Move to the Fringes; 2.4 Untranslated texts: The Guardian; 2.5 Useful Apologetics?; 2.6 Mapping Selection Bias; 3 Conclusions; "Gayromaidan": Gendered Aspects of the Hegemonic Russian Media Discourse on the Ukrainian Crisis; Gender Discourse as a Factor in International Relations; "Gayrope" in Russian Media Information Policy; Ukraine's European Integration in Russian Mass Media Gender Discourse
  • Memory, Media, and Securitization: Russian Media Framing of the Ukrainian Crisis; Introduction; Russian Collective Memory of Fascism; Russian Mass Media Framing of the Ukrainian Crisis; Russian Social Media on the Ukrainian Crisis; Visual Online Media: The Case of "Young Eurasia" Agitprop; Conclusions; Combating the Russian State Propaganda Machine: Strategies of Information Resistance; Introduction; An Undeclared War: A Preliminary Note on Terminology; Language of Communication: Memes of Hate; Ukrainian Actions and Actors; Boris Khersonskii: Speaking Russian on the Ukrainian Side
  • Symbolic Demasculinization of Ukraine in the Russian Media; Conclusion; Historical Myths, Enemy Images, and Regional Identity in the Donbass Insurgency (Spring 2014); Introduction; The Aims of Russian Propaganda; Instrumentalizing the Cultural Memory of the "Great Patriotic War"; Pravoseki: Constructing the Enemy Image; The Ukrainian "National Guard": "Nationalist Reptiles" and "Men in Black"; The Party of Regions and the Formation of the Myth of "Ukrainian Fascism"; The "Crimean Factor" and Pro-Russian Moods in the Donbass in the Spring of 2014
  • The "Ukrainian Folk Song", or khu@lo ad astra; Infiltration, Instruction, Invasion: Russia's War in the Donbass; Introduction; Phase 1: "Armed Uprising"; Phase 2: Fanatics, Adventurers, Soldiers; Phase 3: Entry of the Army; Conclusion; Ukraine and the Global Information War; Preface; Short Bios; Comments; Ukraine Crisis-Where From, Where To?; Whose crisis is it anyway?; The idea of a crisis?; What can be done?; What should be done?; Where to for Ukraine, Russia and Europe?; REVIEWS; ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS
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ocn915939971
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1 online resource
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9783838267265
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remote
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