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Morozova O. V. YOUTH PRESS AS A COMPONENT OF STUDENT LIFE. Izvestiya of Saratov University. Philology. Journalism, 2009, vol. 9, iss. 2, pp. 81-?.


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YOUTH PRESS AS A COMPONENT OF STUDENT LIFE

The article considers the youth press of modern Russia as an important component of student life. On the example of three youth newspapers ("Student City", "Gaudeamus" and "Cactus"), the author offers an analysis of the thematic variety of journalistic materials about student life, reviews the most popular genres and headings of youth publications, draws conclusions about the level of interactivity of the modern student press.

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1 The concept of "adult" (press) in this article is quoted, because today there is no generally accepted definition, which refers to a set of printed publications oriented to the adult segment of the readership. The names of other types of press have firmly become part of the scientific and everyday lexicon: youth, student, university, youth, and educational.

2 For more details see: Rozanov K.A. Typology of the Modern Student Press of Russia // Philological Studies: Sat. sci. Art. young scientists. Saratov, 2006. Issue. 9. Part I-II. P. 209-213.

3 The Saratov Student City newspaper was recognized in 2001 as the best student newspaper of Russia following the results of the All-Russian Conference "Actual Problems of University Media" (Novosibirsk), and in 2002 - the best educational newspaper of Russia at the All-Russian Conference " Student Press "(St. Petersburg). In 2003, following the results of the Student Press conference, the Rostov newspaper Kaktus received the status of the best student newspaper in Russia. The newspapers "Cactus" and "Gaudea mus" became winners of the International Festival of Youth Press "Volga Meetings" (Cheboksary) in the nomination "Student Press" in 2004 and 2005, respectively. "Student City" twice received a diploma of the laureate of the II degree of the same festival: in 2004 and 2007. In 2006, the St. Petersburg Gaudeamus won the title of the winner of the All-Russian Festival "Student Spring" in the nomination "Journalism" (Volgograd).

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