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Dymova I.A.
DOCTRINAL ISSUES ORTHODOX INTERNET-JOURNALISM: LANGUAGE AND STYLE ASPECTS [№ 2 ' 2017]
Up-to datescientific works on religious journalism for the Orthodox journalism a little and even less, and the number of works devoted to the problem-thematic aspect studied, particularly in the linguistic and stylistic aspects, even negligible, due to a period of prolonged isolation of the Russian Orthodox Church of social and academic life, and hence the novelty threads in the scientific agenda is quite young scientific field— the Orthodox journalism. Doctrinal issues of the Orthodox Internet journalism is quite representative: 31materials from the 74studied texts of the problem-cluster, which demonstrate the tremendous thrust of the audience to the knowledge of the faith and the preaching of function Orthodox journalism are expressly dominant, since these topics of clergy are easy because it is a major part of their work. The semantic richness of speeches, topical themes and issues, the skillful use of rhetorical and linguistic means of expression contributes to the successful achievement of the objective of the Orthodox clergy, journalists— to testify to the truth of Christ's teaching.

Dymova I.A.
DEMOGRAPHIC PROBLEMS IN JOURNALISM OF MODERN ORTHODOX RELIGIOUS FIGURES OF RUSSIA [№ 11 ' 2015]
Despite the boom of religious journalism that began in 1990s and is called, according to V.A.Gur, "orthodox renaissance", "second christening of post-Soviet Russia", there are few serious scientific researches in journalistic science over last 25years dealing with this phenomenon: a monograph, a doctoral thesis, and 8 master's theses, as well as 30works, the majority of which are review articles of popular-science character. The theses cover very narrow time limits, for example first ages of Christianity or the last century. They usually analyze separate genres or printed publications. Journalistic activity of contemporary orthodox religious figures in Russia is a new topic in science, especially in aspect of problems and themes and in case of Internet materials. The analysis of the scientific works shows that journalistic studies have examined the problems and themes of confessional journalism very poor. These notions are mixed in scientific works. The ideas of the predecessors and some noted gaps in journalistic studies have resulted in creating more specific and capacious classification reflecting both components— problems and themes. 170texts from 6 sites were analyzed, from them 33 publicistic texts by 10 contemporary orthodox religious authors were selected. These texts were referred to one of 3allocated units— demography, human rights and degradation of traditional family values in the age of civilization crisis and preserving of personal freedom against development of new information technologies and law modernization. The demography problems in orthodox journalism are of a very high demand, this is confirmed by interactive links and numerous positive responses of guests in sites, questions and comments. On the one hand they are evidence of topicality of such topics; on the other hand they show that modern Russian society experiences profound family crisis and needs support, that's why religious figures' appearances being addressed to the audience of many million have powerful educating potential able to consolidate the society around spiritual, moral and family values.

Dymova I.A.
CHILDREN AND TEENAGERS AFFAIRS IN ORENBURG PUBLISHING MASS MEDIA OUTLETS [№ 11 ' 2012]
The article is devoted to the analysis of the children and teenagers affairs in the aspects of the topic particularity and diversity, the calendar allocation, the texts emotional assessment and genre preferances. Some high school senior students' entertainment preferences and the impact range of the mass media on the adult pattern formation of teenagers are outlined on the authorial sociology research background.

Dymova I.A.
TO THE PROBLEM OF GENRE DIFFERENTIATION OF NEKRASOV’S VERSIFICATION [№ 11 ' 2006]
Catalectica of N.A. Nekrasov’s expressed in verse novels in the projection on common background of Russian versification of the XIX century middle poetry and versification of the poet is characterized in this article. Also the great attention is given to the functions of homogeneous endings.

Dymova I.A.
THE SYSTEM OF CHARACTERS IN NEKRASOV’S POETIC SHORT STORIES [№ 2 (app.1) ' 2005]
The author analyses 28 short stories to follow such a constant genre property as characters number. The stories analysis is carried out according to different criteria: antroponymy; main/ secondary/ off-scenic characters, its role in the plot dynamics; oral and portrait characteristics, dialogues, monologues and heroes participation in mass scenes. Nekrasov’s characters are regarded as a borderline genre: ballads and poetic short stories of the other poets in the middle of XIX century.

Dymova I.A.
METRICS OF WRITTEN IN VERSE SHORT STORIES OF N.A. NEKRASOV [№ 11 ' 2004]
Metrics of 28 written in verse short stories of N.A. Nekrasov are searched in this article in comparison with general fund of Russian metrics of XIX century and with author's versification. The main attention during the analysis is given to the period of Nekrasov's innovative genre creation, in 40-70 years.

Dymova I.A.
FOLKLORE SONG AS THE SOURCE EXPRESSED IN VERSE NOVELS OF N.A. NEKRASOV. [№ 5 ' 2004]
Four novels of N.A. Nekrasov in the aspect of genesis of genre are analyzed in the article; the presence of features of folk song in them is shown (including general for song and novel) and means of overcoming the song, thank to this the author has the opportunity to create innovative genre.

Dymova I.A.
PLOTS OF SHORT STORIES EXPRESSED IN VERSE BY N.A. NEKRASOV. [№ 6 ' 2002]
28 short stories by N.A. Nekrasov have been analyzed in the paper; typology of the plots in the aspects of their themes and motifs has been created; the basic elements of the plot have been examined, their specific features in comparison with lyrics and epic have been revealed.

Dymova I.A.
"THE HUSSAR" BY A.S. PUSHKIN (ON THE QUESTION OF GENESIS OF POETIC SHORT STORY) [№ 2 ' 1999]
Some Russian researchers are of the opinion that "The Hussar", the poem by A.S. Pushkin belongs to the genre of ballad. However, in her paper "The Hussar" by A.S. Pushkin (on the question of genesis of poetic short story) I.A. Dymova argues that this opinion is open to dispute. The author gives a thorough analysis of the structure (plot, composition as well as the function of the fantastics) in the poem and claims that the poem presents one of the early experiments in the short story expressed in verse, i.e. ? poetic short story.


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