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Developing Opinions on Cross-Border Security by Print Media and Cinematography in 1923 - 1990
Abstract.The object of the research is the society's opinions on cross-border security. The subject of the research is the qualitative and quantitative analysis of social opinions on cross-border security during the period since 1923 till 1990 as well as particularities of their formation by the means of print media and culture. Within the framework of the research, society's opinions on cross-border security mean sensual images of cross-border realities developed through mass communication and culture. To evaluate these opinions, the author of the research has analyzed the number and quality of mass media publications as well as movies about cross-border officers. To analyze the society's opinion, the author of the article has applied historical statistical method, mathematical statistics methods and evaluation of the qualitative and quantitative influence of mass media on social groups and society in general. For the first time in the academic literature the author describes opinions and views of the society on cross-border security during a long period in history. Based on the semantic analysis of over 100 thousand publications in the Pravda Newspaper, the author describes tendencies of how cross-border security and cross-border activity were shown by the press. The results of the research demonstrate a significant dependence between society's opinions on cross-border security and security and protection of state borders. The results can be used to develop scientifically proved measures in the sphere of cross-border policy and cross-border preventive measures.
Keywords: semantic analysis, Pravda Newspaper, Soviet press, Soviet cinematography, opinions, cross-border activity, cross-border sphere, myth, frontier, state border
Article was received:29-11-2017
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .