Mass Media as a Factor for the Sense of Justice Formation in the Russian Society

Anastasiya Vladislavovna Shishkina, Fatima Batyrbievna Beshukova, Irina Nalbievna Khatkova, Razyet Skhatbievna Zhazhieva

Abstract


The article is aimed to study the specifics of journalism functioning as one of the socially important institutions; to determine the status of the mass media within the system of state institutions as well as the factors of the mass media affecting the sense of justice of the citizens. The article describes the effect of the current country's state policy for the establishment of the legal culture of the society on the information policy of the modern print press. In this perspective, the article analyzes a number of federal laws and regulations aimed at establishing a communicative system in the legal sphere that unites the governmental institutions, the mass media, and the citizens of the Russian Federation. The article characterizes the phenomenon of the model of socio-political publications as a source of the legislative acts and the law-making initiatives. It also establishes the coordination with the national journalism along with the development of the current legislation.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n5s2p65


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