Sidorov Viktor Aleksandrovich (Russia)

Doctor of Philology, Professor, St. Petersburg State University
Editorial Board Member, Editor of Journalism Section
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1978 — graduated in Journalism from Leningrad State University;

1992 — Candidate of Sociology; title of candidate thesis: “Influence of mass communication on the spiritual culture of upper-school students: A case of  historical and sociological analysis of modern radio broadcasting”;

1995 — Doctor of Philosophy; title of doctoral thesis: “Political culture of the mass media”;

1998 — professor, Department of journalism and mass communication, School of Journalism and Mass Communications, St. Petersburg State University.

 

E-mail:   v.sidorov@spbu.ru

 

References:

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Author of the scholarly publications on theory and methodology of journalistic activities, general theory of journalism, sociology of journalism, political communication and political culture.

The most recent notable works include:

1. Sidorov V. A. Politicheskaia kul'tura sredstv massovoi informatsii [Political culture of mass media]. Moscow, 1994.

2. Sidorov V. A. SMI kak laboratoriia obshchestvennoi mysli [Mass media as a laboratory of the social ideas]. Vestnik of St. Petersburg State University. Series 2. History, Linguistics, Literary Studies, 2001, issue 4, pp. 116-128.

3. Sidorov V. A. Poznanie kak sushchnost' obshchestvennogo bytiia zhurnalista [Cognition as an essence of social being of a journalist]. Vestnik of St. Petersburg State University. Series 2. History, Linguistics, Literary Studies, 2003, issue 2, pp. 110-120.

4. Sidorov V. A., Ilchenko S. S., Nigmatullina K. R. Aksiologiia zhurnalistiki: opyt stanovleniia novoi distsipliny [The axiology of journalism: the history of a new discipline]. St. Petersburg, 2009.

5. Sidorov V. A. Axiology of journalism: the paradigm and method of analysis. International Scientific Publications: Language, Individual & Society, 2011, vol. 5, part 2. Available at: http://www.scientific-publications.net/download/language-individual-and-society-2011-2.pdf (accessed 23.04.2015)

6. Sidorov V. A. Axiology of journalism: the paradigm and method of analysis. International Scientific Publications Journals — European Union, 2011, vol. 2.

7. Sidorov V. A. Theory of Journalism as an Open System. Russian journal of communication,  2011, vol. 4, no. 3/4, pp. 198-211.

8. Sidorov V. A. Tolerancja: aspekt medialny (tłum. Patrycja Szostok). Studia Politicae Universitatis Silesiensis, 2012, vol. 8, pp. 145-154.

9. Sidorov V. A. Methodology of evaluative analysis in media and social connections of journalism. Media and Mass Communication, 2012, vol. 1.

10. Sidorov V. A., Ivanov N. L., Korzheneva O. V., Nigmatullina K. R. Media nakanune postsekuliarnogo mira [Media on the eve of post-secular world]. St. Petersburg, 2014.