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Title: New Concepts of Media Science in the Sociocultural System of the Information Civilization
Other Titles: Новые концепты медианауки в социокультурной системе информационной цивилизации
Authors: Kirillova, N. B.
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: LLC Ecological Help
Scientific and Educational Initiative
Citation: Kirillova N. B. New Concepts of Media Science in the Sociocultural System of the Information Civilization [Новые концепты медианауки в социокультурной системе информационной цивилизации] / N. B. Kirillova // Perspektivy Nauki i Obrazovania. — 2021. — Vol. 54. — Iss. 6. — P. 10-22.
Abstract: The object of analysis in this article is the integration process of a number of humanities studying the media sphere of the information age. A new synthetic science of the globalized world is formed through integration - mediology, which studies different directions of human spiritual life in the digital revolution. Since the study is interdisciplinary in nature, the methodological basis for the analysis is a conceptual-systemic approach, which makes it possible to use both general scientific and cultural-historical, social-analytical, and contextual-competence research methods. The study is based on the analysis of different approaches of foreign and Russian scientists (philosophers, cultural experts, sociologists, teachers) to the problems of media science in its historical context and modern status. The main research result is the proof that global transformations of the era in the humanities and, accordingly, in the education system have led to new research objects: the theory and history of media culture, media philosophy and media policy, media pedagogy, and media management. The author comes to the conclusion that over the past quarter-century, a new complex media science has developed in the humanitarian sphere, the theory of which is significantly ahead of educational practice, which still has many problem areas in media pedagogy as a factor of forming a citizen of the globalized world. © 2021 LLC Ecological Help. All rights reserved.
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SCOPUS ID: 85122814451
PURE ID: 29307597
ISSN: 2307-2334
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