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|Thesis Advisor||Pain, Paromita|
|Date of Issue||2020|
|Description||The Russian government tends to control most media outlets in the country either directly, through state-owned companies or through a so-called political elite. This, along with existence of various restrictive laws and their usage, forms a barrier to the flourishing of ethical, unbiased, and objective journalism. Nevertheless, a few independent media outlets still function in Russia. They adhere to certain self-protective strategies to be able to deliver an alternative agenda. This thesis focuses on two media outlets in particular — Meduza and Lentach. The study, based on multiple data sources, explores their work and ethics, codes of conduct, and media and journalistic content they produce.|
|Title||Diversifying the Media Landscape: Case Study of Two Alternative Russian Media|
|Degree Level||Master's Degree|