Fragmentation of society and media hybridisation in today's Russia: How Facebook voices collective demands

S.S. Bodrunova, A.A. Litvinenko

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Current social structures can be described more effectively with reference to value orientations, consumer patterns and Internet use rather than classic demographics. This approach to social stratification results into the idea of social milieus more flexible than the picture provided by rigid class categorisations. Social milieus differ in many respects; we argue that they also differ in their media diets. In the 21st century, Russia is a fundamentally fragmented society with post-industrial, industrial, rural and migrant communities showing divergent relations to state social policies as well as varying patterns of public deliberation and consumption, including media use. Social fragmentation is, thus, mirrored in the fragmentation of the media systems; moreover, one more dimension, namely media hybridisation, intervenes and influences the formation of closed-up communicative milieus based on both social patterns and digital divide. Of the several societal milieus observed by social scientists in Russia, so
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Fragmentation of society and media hybridisation in today's Russia: How Facebook voices collective demands. / Bodrunova, S.S.; Litvinenko, A.A.

В: ЖУРНАЛ ИССЛЕДОВАНИЙ СОЦИАЛЬНОЙ ПОЛИТИКИ, Том 14, № 1, 2016, стр. 113-124.

Результат исследований: Научные публикации в периодических изданияхстатья

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