Political Image of the State and Communication Channels of the State Information Policy in Russia: analysis of situation and prospects for development

Author: Ivan V. Bryzgalin, Andrey V. Voevoda

Communicology. 2018. Vol.6. No.4
Ivan Vladimirovich Bryzgalin, department of press service and information of the Government of the Russian Federation;
Andrey Vladimirovich Voevoda, Cand. Sc. (Econ.), Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration. Address: 119571, Russia, Moscow, Vernadsky av., 84. E-mail: voevoda. an.vl@gmail.com.

Abstract. The paper represents the analysis of the concept of “state information policy”, and reveals that “state information policy” is the main tool for the formation of “information sphere of the state”, and in particular – “image” of the state as a political pattern created on the basis of reliable facts, processes and results of activities within the state, as well as directly determines the perception of the state by the world community. The analysis has displayed the lack of legislative regulation of the “state information policy” in Russia, in particular – the absence of “Concept of state information policy” as the main document determining the development vector of domestic and foreign policy of the Russian Federation.

Keywords: state information policy, political image of the state, informational sphere, communication channels

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For citation: Bryzgalin I.V., Voevoda A.V. Political image of the state and communication channels of the state information policy in Russia: analysis of situation and prospects for development. Communicology (Russia). 2018. Vol. 6. No.4. P. 112-123.
DOI 10.21453 / 2311-3065-2018-6-4-112-123.

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