Traditions of Science Mediatization in Russia in a Global Context

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Abstract

This book presents for the first time the general logic of the development of popular science in Russia in relation to the Western experience, during the periods of the both the Russian Empire and the USSR.
From the perspective of scientific achievements, Russia is an integral part of the Western world. Moreover, in the 20th century, Russia managed to achieve an unusually high position of authority regarding science in society, which was then accompanied by the mediatization of science. The level of popular science in the USSR was unusually and uniquely high; science replaced religion for the Soviet people. The signs of the popular science revival in modern Russia should lead to the construction of an environment that does not duplicate Soviet or Western experience, but instead combines them.
This book will not only be a valuable resource for specialists in the field of history, mass communications, science and education managers, but also for a wide audience of readers interested in popular history.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNewcastle upon Tyne (UK)
PublisherCambridge Scholars Publishing
Number of pages105
ISBN (Print)978-1-5275-3029-4
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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Балашова, Ю. Б. (2019). Traditions of Science Mediatization in Russia in a Global Context. Newcastle upon Tyne (UK): Cambridge Scholars Publishing.