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Analysis of philosophical, anthropological approaches to the theme of school in Soviet and Russian audiovisual media texts (on the basis of feature film)

I.V. Chelysheva
80,00 Р

I.V. Chelysheva is Cand.Sci. (Pedagogy), doc. at Rostov State Economic University



Researched are philosophical approaches to cinematography, closely connected with consideration of the phenomenon of media culture in general, that in turn acts as translator and important agent of social environment. Analyzed is history of development of both Soviet and Russian as active means of cognition of reality and reflection of attitude to such. The article presents description of principal philosophical, anthropological approaches to the theme of school in Soviet and Russian audiovisual media texts. Also the author presents analysis of contemporary researches in problems of the theory and philosophy of cinematographic art, as well as identifies examples of media educational tricks and technologies on the material of cinematographic art as to of school thematic.

Key words: cinematograph, media, media education, media philosophy, visual anthropology, hermeneutic analysis of media text.


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