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Theoretical Model and Technology of Anti-Russian Propaganda in Internet Communications of Modern Ukraine within the Framework of Various Student Groups’ Media Literacy Education.

  • Academic Journal
  • Media Education; Sep2021, Issue 3, p443-451, 9p
  • In this article, as a result of content analysis, it is concluded that anti-Russian propaganda in the Internet communications of modern Ukraine in the media education framework of various groups of the population has become a reaction of the Ukrainian government in the field of education, culture, mass communications to the main political, ideological vectors of the Ukrainian state policy having been formed since 2014, and the conflict between Ukraine and Russia. Internet communications were chosen as the field of the anti-Russian media war as the most popular sources of information. Thus, the very process of media education, the positive impact of which is in demand all over the world, has become in Ukraine a kind of convenient, “civilized” cover for an anti-Russian media campaign aimed primarily at such target audiences as schoolchildren, students, young adults, and teachers. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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