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Issue 2022. Volume 9. No. 2

Media Linguistics Journal. Volume 9. No. 2. 2022

Chief Editor
Lilia R. Duskaeva (Russia)

Executive Editor
Natalya A. Prokofeva (Russia)

Editorial board
S. Attardo (USA)
D. Brzozowska (Poland)
V. Ye. Chernyavskaya (Russia)
V. Z. Demjankov (Russia)
T. van Dijk (Spain)
T. G. Dobrosklonskaya (Russia)
St. Gajda (Poland)
Zhang Huiqing (China)
V. I. Ivchenkov (Belarus)
D. Kępa-Figura (Poland)
V. I. Konkov (Russia)
M. I. Konyushkevich (Belarus)
M. A. Kormilitsyna (Russia)
B. Skowronek (Poland)
T. V. Shmeleva (Russia)
K. Voltmer (UK)
H. Ja. Wasserman (South Africa)
M. Wojtak (Poland)

MEDIA THEORY QUESTIONS

 E. V. Bykova (St. Petersburg, Russia) 
Medialinguistic studies of PR-speech: Domestic experience

LINGUISTIC DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF MEDIA

T. L. Kaminskaia (Veliky Novgorod, Russia), O. V. Erokhina (Moscow, Russia) 
Media crowdsourcing and media crowdfunding in the digital environment as factors of a new community for the media

E. G. Vlasova Perm, Russia) 
The adaptive role of contemporary journalism and methods for its implementation: Based on the material of urban-oriented network media

K. Cymanow-Sosin, P. Cymanow, M. Ciechanowski (Krakow, Poland) 
Advertising as an example of media persuasiveness with the use of modern types of narration

F. L. S. Campos (Florianopolis, Brazil), L. I. Baturina (Moscow, Russia), B. M. Azevedo (Florianopolis, Brazil) 
Brazilian media narrative about Russia: Construction of reality and correlation with American media