Until October 17, abstracts are being accepted for the conference “Journalism in 2022: Creativity, Profession, Industry”
11 October 2022
As part of the annual conference of the Faculty of Journalism of Lomonosov Moscow State University, media researchers will discuss the state of the modern media environment in the framework of existing problems both at the global and national levels. This year, participants can submit abstracts for participation in the section “Bridging the Digital Divide in the EAEU”.
Media researchers will discuss the following topics:
– Legislative initiatives to overcome the digital divide in the EAEU countries;
– New media of the EAEU countries and the digital divide;
– Mass media and information security of the EAEU;
– Electronic government in the EAEU countries;
– Digital divide of Internet users in the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union;
– EAEU: media education and digital inclusion.
Abstracts are accepted by email email@example.com until October 17, 2022.
The international scientific and practical conference is annually held on the basis of the Faculty of Journalism of Lomonosov Moscow State University with the participation of the National Association of Mass Media Researchers (NAMMI), the Institute “Higher School of Journalism and Mass Communications” of St. information and librarianship” and the Union of Journalists of Russia. The topics of last year’s event “Journalism in 2021: creativity, profession, industry” were modern problems of the theory and practice of journalism. The conference participants were researchers from leading universities in Russia and the world as a whole: University of Amsterdam, University of Perugia, University of Helsinki, University of Wrocław, Northumbria University, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Belarusian, Southern Federal, Eurasian National and many other universities.
Also on October 27-28, the Fourteenth International Scientific Readings in Moscow “Mass Media and Mass Communications-2022” will be held at the Faculty of Journalism. This year’s conference will focus on digital platforms and the future of traditional media. Media researchers will also share research results and current developments in the section “Media, political and economic processes in Greater Eurasia”.
The conference was organized by the Faculty of Journalism of Lomonosov Moscow State University and the National Association of Media Researchers. More details on the official website of the faculty.
The International Moscow Readings in Moscow “Mass media and communications” conference in Moscow has been held at the Faculty of Journalism of Moscow State University every year since 2009. The conference covers a wide range of topics and issues for discussion: the transformation of national media systems in the 20th-21st centuries, the changing role of journalists in modern society, the impact of global trends on the media and journalism, etc.