Sergei N. Zetkin,
MA student, Philology Department,
Ogarev Mordovia State University
(Saransk, Russia) email@example.com
The article analyses the content of orthodox mass-media in cultural and information media of the Republic of Mordovia. The aim of the work is the classification, the allocation of thematic areas and the clarification of the value of the Orthodox media.
As a basis for the study, the article analyses various types of Orthodox journalism publications from the late 1990s until now. When working on the materials, the author used modern methodology. While working with theoretical and factual material, the author’s position was defined by axiological and sociocultural approaches, which allow to study the problem considering value and social determinants.
The specific features of Orthodox journalism of the Republic of Mordovia are multiple genres and multiple thematic coverage. At the same time, the Orthodox media are characterized by a short history, small number, active position of print and Internet publications in contrast with television and radio programs. The available Orthodox media are divided into official and unofficial, print and electronic publications, as well as highly specialized, specialized and unspecialized.
Developing in line with the all-Russian tendencies, the Orthodox media environment of the Republic of Mordovia serves as a channel for the transmission of spiritual values.
Key words: interlocutor; cultural and information media; Orthodox Mass-media; regional Mass-media; regional culture.
For citation: Zetkin SN. Orthodox Mass-media in cultural and information media of the Republic of Mordovia. Finno-ugorskii mir = Finno-Ugric World. 2018; 3: 95–105. (In Russian)