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Strategic Communications in Russia
Public Relations and Advertising

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ISBN 9780367893927
September 7, 2020 Forthcoming by Routledge
254 Pages - 1 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

This book serves as a reader exploring the scholarly inquiry, professional education and practice of Russian public relations and advertising in multiple contexts. It examines significant parts of what can be encompassed under the umbrella of strategic communications, including public relations and advertising, rather than investigating all areas of communication in Russia.

Within the context of Russia’s history, culture, and ideology, the book begins by tracing the development of communication as a field, as a discipline, and as a social institution in Russia. It then samples current studies in Russian strategic communications, examining this professional specialization’s current state and likely future directions. The book’s authors are mostly Russians who are experts in their specializations. Chapters are predicated upon the premise that this is an exciting time of great opportunity for Russian strategic communications. However, in Russia, exploiting such opportunities for strategic communications scholarship, education, and professional practice presents challenges within the context of that nation’s cultural, historical, and ideological heritage that presently may be unique. The book concludes with a prognosis of the future of Russian strategic communications.

The book is recommended reading for a worldwide audience of strategic communications scholars, educators, students, and practitioners. Such readers will find the book of interest and of unique value as the book will help them to better understand, appreciate, and respect Russian strategic communications, its genesis, and present state.

Table of Contents

PART ONE: An introduction and overview of this book  1: Introduction  2: Russian strategic communications on the global stage  PART TWO: Examining the historical and contemporary development of communication(s) in Russia  3: The forms and shapes of today’s communication as a field, as a discipline, and as a social institution in Russia: Communication development as a result of society’s modernization  4: The history of the development of public relations as an institutionalized field and as a discipline in the post-Soviet space  PART THREE: The academic and professional development of strategic communications in Russia: Examining current and future challenges  5: The Russian Professional Public Relations Standard  6: Modern scientific knowledge of public relations and its objective-subjective field  7: Modern Russian legislation and regulation in advertising and advertising trends  8: Understanding advertising in modern Russia: Role, functions, and problems  PART FOUR: Examples of current studies in Russian communication(s)  9: Media relations in contemporary Russia: Media catching  10: Social media and Russian society  11: "Agency 2.5 in Russia": How Agencies are Transforming for the Future: View from Russia  12: Hybridity of crisis communication professional discourse in Russia  13: Communication and health knowledge production in contemporary Russia from institutional structures to intuitive ecosystems  PART FIVE: Conclusion: The future of communication(s) in Russia  14: The future Russia’s strategic communications: An effects-based approach  15: Conclusion: What is next for strategic communication(s) in Russia?

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Katerina Tsetsura is Gaylord Family Professor of Public Relations and Strategic Communication at the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Oklahoma, USA.

Dean Kruckeberg is a professor at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA.