Article
Article name Formation of a Modern National Model of Journalism in Uzbekistan
Authors Ernazarov K.T. Doctor of History, Professor, irnazarov@gmail.com
Irnazarov S.K. Postgraduate, irnazarov@gmail.com
Voytik E.A. Doctor of Philology, Associate Professor, voj@yandex.ru
Bibliographic description
Section CULTURAL MEDIA UNIVERSALS
UDK 070
DOI 10.21209/1996-7853-2020-15-1-134-143
Article type
Annotation The article is devoted to the topical problem of the formation of national media models, the definition of the trajectory of their development in the countries of Central Asia, which have embarked on the path of democratic transformations. The main attention is paid to the analysis of the emerging model of the development of journalism in Uzbekistan and its specificity. During the transition period after the collapse of the USSR, each of the CIS countries experienced its own way, each of them went to its cherished goal. At the same time, they proceed from the potential, resources and heritage inherited from the Soviet Union. The authors highlight the criteria characterizing the national media system of Uzbekistan, evaluate its prospects and effectiveness, show how formats and ways of reflecting reality in the media change under the influence of the technological factor, digitalization, and formulate requirements for information workers. The language spectrum of the general media content of the Republic of Uzbekistan is specially considered. The method of structural and functional analysis was used to determine the general system of media operating in the Republic of Uzbekistan. The comparative analysis method was used to compare existing journalism models in different countries. The authors come to the conclusion: in existing models of journalism, with common typological characteristics, the national component is the main in the national model of Uzbekistan. The media of the countries of the Central Asian region, borrowing Western European formats, nevertheless, firmly preserve the cultural codes of their peoples relying mainly on Eastern philosophy and the metaphorical foundations of the language.
Key words information age, media market, models of journalism, virtual space, socio-cultural functions, media communication, convergent media
Article information
References 1. Artykova, Y. Interactive journalism. Tashkent: Mumtos su, 2011. (In Rus.) 2. Vartanova, E. L. Northern model at the end of the century. Printing, TV and radio in the Nordic countries between state and market regulation M: MSU Publishing House, 1998. (In Rus.) 3. Vartanova, E. L. The theoretical analysis of the Russian media system: between the general and the particular, the formal and the informal. Questions of theory and practice of journalism, pp. 147–150, no. 2, 2013. (In Rus.) 4. Erofeeva, I. V. Media text as a product of creativity and the space of national culture. Cultural values and creativity (verbalization of cultural meanings in the text). Chita: ZabGU, 2011: 82–103. (In Rus.) 5. Melnik, G. S. Strategies of new media in the digital environment and journalistic education. Phenomenology of modern media systems and media texts: Mater. International. Scientific.-prakt. conference, November 16–17, 2018.Tiraspol’: Pridnestrov. gos. un-t, 2019. Pp. 93–101. (In Rus.) 6. Mold, D. This huge, huge world ... Living in it is not easy to achieve a common understanding of values. Media Discourse, pp. 6–9, no. 3, 2008. (In Rus.) 7. Sadykov, S. Coverage of issues of national identity in Kazakhstan journalism of the period of independence. Tashkent: «Ofset poliqraf», 2011. (In Rus.) 8. Tashpulatova, N. K. Genre of conversation in the modern Uzbek intellectual journal. Gumanitarnyy vector, pp. 64–72, no.1, 2019. (In Rus.) 9. Alejandro, J. Journalism IN THE AGE Social media. Oxford: Hilary and Trinity Terms, 2010. (In Engl.) 10. Freedman, E., Shafer, R. (eds.): After the Czars and Commissars: Journalism in Authoritarian Post-Soviet Central Asia. Michigan State University Press, East Lansing, 2011. (In Engl.) 11. Junisbai, B., Junisbai, A., Fry, N. Y. Mass media consumption in post-Soviet Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan: the view from below. Demokr. J. Post-Sov., 2015: 233–256. (In Engl.) 12. Meijer, I. C. Valuable journalism: A search for quality from the vantage point of the user. Journalism, pр. 754–770, iss. 6, vol. 14, 2013. (In Engl.) 13. Melnik, G. S., Teplyashina, A. N. Network space on journalism education. Media Education, pp. 86–92, no. 1, 2019. (In Engl.) 14. Moreno, A., Navarro, C., Tench, R., Zerfass, A.: Does social media usage matter? An analysis of online practices and digital media perceptions of communication practitioners in Europe. Public Relat. Rev. 41, pp. 242–253, 2015. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pubrev.2014.12.006. (In Engl.) 15. Neti, S. Social media and its role in marketing. Int. J. Enterp. Comput. Bus Syst., no. 1. pp. 13–29, 2011. (In Engl.) 16. Pitt, L. F., Parent, M., Steyn, P. G., Berthon, P., Money, A.: The social media release as a corporate communication tool for bloggers. IEEE Trans. Prof. Commun., 2011, 54: 122–132. (In Engl.) 17. Reich, Z. Comparing news reporting across print, radio, television and online // Journalism Studies, Du Y. R. Intermedia agenda-setting in the age of globalization: A multinational agenda setting test / Y. R. Du // Global Media and Communication, рр. 19–36, iss. 1, vol. 9, 2013. (In Engl.) Sources 18. Zasursky, Ya. n. Journalism and society: balancing between the state, business and the public sphere. Mass media of post-Soviet Russia: studies. manual / Ya. n. Zasursky, E. L, Vartanova, I. I. Zasursky, etc.; ed. Ya. N. Zasursky. Moscow: Aspect Press, 2002: 195–231.
Full articleFormation of a Modern National Model of Journalism in Uzbekistan
0
11