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Matveeva L.V. (2006). Children and Mass-media: Problems of Interaction. National Psychological Journal,1(1), 42-53

The article presents the results of two studies conducted by staff and students of Lomonosov Moscow State University. The first research was devoted to the communicative attitudes of audience and authors of TV programs as partners in the television communications. It showed young viewers' expectations of television programs, their content and hosts. The second research studied the categorical structure of the TV hero's image in comparison with the children's and the youth's images of a "good" and an "evil" person along with their own images of self as a TV hero.

Pages: 42-53

Keywords: mass media; children and television; children's and youth audience; the image of television character among children and adolescents; assessment of journalists audience by children and young people; requirements to the presenter placed by children;

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Enikolopov S. N., Mkrtchyan A. A. (2010). Psychological consequences of terrorism and the role of mass media in the process of their formation.National Psychological Journal,2(4), 41-46

The problems of interconnection between mass media and the negative effects of terrorism are analyzed, as well as the media’s role in the process of their monitoring and reduction. It is shown that to counter terrorism effectively it is not enough to have knowledge only about the differentiation of terrorism and its purposes. It is needed to consider this type of crime in terms of its psychological and social consequences for individuals and society.

Pages: 41-46

Keywords: the reaction to the terrorist attack; terrorism; mass media;

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Enikolopov S.N., Mkrtchyan A.A. (2011). Psychological consequences of terrorism and the role of mass media in the process of their formation.National Psychological Journal,1(5), 19-23

The problems of interconnection between mass media and the negative effects of terrorism are analyzed, as well as the media's role in the process of their monitoring and reduction. It is shown that to counter terrorism effectively it is not enough to have knowledge only about the differentiation of terrorism and its purposes. It is needed to consider this type of crime in terms of its psychological and social consequences for individuals and society.

Pages: 19-23

Keywords: terrorism; mass media; the reaction to the terrorist attack;

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Dzyaloshinskiy I.M. (2011). Tolerance and multiculturalism – value orientations of mass media.National Psychological Journal,2(6),122-125

The role of mass media in spreading the ideas of tolerance and multiculturalism in society is analysed. Challenges they are faced w in connection with the relevant issue are formulated.

Pages: 122-125

Keywords: mass media; media resources; tolerance; intolerance; multiculturalism; ethnic conflicts; nationalism; institutions; tolerant behavior; media images;

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Zinchenko Y.P., Shaygerova L.A., Shilko R.S. (2011). Psychological safety of individuals and society in the modern information space. National Psychological Journal, 2(6), 48-59

Changes in the information space are highlighted. Its role in providing psychological security of personality is shown. The modern mass media as a powerful tool both for building tolerance attitudes in society and for inciting xenophobia, discrimination, promotion of inter-group hostility are considered. The mechanism how negative information produces harmful effects on the human psyche is explained. The principles of adequate and effective operation of the media in covering terrorist attacks and other tragic events are performed.

Pages: 48-59

Keywords: information space; media; mass media; cyber terrorism; information security; cyberspace; personal psychological security; xenophobia; ethnic hatred; tolerance attitudes; tolerance;

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