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Finkler Yuri

Ukrainian reforms and media considerations

Abstract: It has been researehed that the public can actually play a significant role in the political and social interpretation of reforms, but public opinion within the framework of media practice is hard to determine. Within the framework of reforming the Ukrainian society, the existing both political and social and communication institutional structures can potentially become the basis for the effective functioning of the society.
Keywords: audience, public, media, power, content, reform, support.

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