Svetlana Pasti

Svetlana Pasti
Tampere University | UTA · Journalism and Mass Communication

Doctor of Social Sciences

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Beyond Journalistic Norms contests and challenges pre-established assumptions about a dominant type of journalism prevailing in different political, economic, and geographical contexts, to posit the hybrid, fluid and dynamic nature of journalistic roles. The book brings together scholars from Western and Eastern Europe, North America, Latin Americ...
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Influential research on comparative media systems identifies distinctive models according to which certain countries—particularly advanced democracies— share key features in their journalistic cultures. Revisionist literature has not only emphasized the limitations of such models, but also highlighted the hybridization of journalistic cultures else...
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The article explores the social profile of journalists and their well-being in the profession within the context of the digitalization of their profession. The analysis focuses on five aspects of the qualitative (in-depth interview) study of BRICS journalists carried out between 2012 and 2015 under funding from the Academy of Finland. The aspects o...
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El presente artículo se basa en un estudio más amplio de los periodistas y medios de comunicación en los sistemas de BRICS. Este estudio colectivo de los cinco países no sólo es oportuno, pero también es importante ante la crítica a la naturaleza más occidental de los estudios de periodismo y históricamente único en la era de prominencia de BRICS a...
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In Russia, the present media system is properly understood only in the context of the addition of new online media to the traditional print and electronic media; the Internet has given rise to alternative agendas and created new relations of integration and solidarity with society. This article explores these new media with the aim to clarify how t...
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The history of the post-Soviet media offers abundant material for research on the transformation from an authoritarian and closed society to a democratic and open one. The post-Soviet media, as its sixteen-year history shows, have in principle been kept on the leash of the political authorities — it is possible to let go of the leash, or to shorten...
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This study explores the professional roles of Russian journalists, from the perspective of 30 practitioners working in St Petersburg at the end of the 1990s. The aim is to describe how journalism has developed, what attitudes and work values professionals hold and what the prospects for the future of journalism are. A central finding is that there...
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The article describes the transformation of contemporary Russian media in the dual framework of common trends initiated and set to a great extent from the centre of power in Moscow, on the one hand, and specifics pertaining in the regions, on the other. As common trends characterising the post-Soviet society and media we note capitalization, wester...
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The book is an attempt to provide an ethnographic reading of journalism in the BRICS countries. The book will present the data from the eyes of the BRICS journalists, from their own subjective world so as to provide readers with these journalists’ understanding of their profession and society as well as their anxieties and hopes in connection with the latest global technological changes that have an impact on their profession and its practice, on their communication and on themselves, in this historic moment of the rise of the BRICS countries. In so doing, the book brings voices and narratives of the journalists themselves in the forefront: about their profession, practice, experience and situation, in essence their lived work experiences. Thus, journalists’ views are the focus of this book; these views are privileged glimpses into the five BRICS countries’ journalism from the point of view of journalists, i.e., those in touch, on the ground, with the real-life impact of political, economic, social and other upheavals on their profession and practice. Journalists are at the center of this book.