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Dzmitry Yuran and Natalie Manayeva have presented two papers, “Revolution Through Social Networks in Belarus: Sociological Perspective” and “Broadcasting Country to its Citizens: Belarusian Services of Western Broadcast Media and Belarusian Audiences” at the Central and East European Communication & Media Conference “Media, Power, Empowerment” in Prague, Czech Republic.

Dzmitry Yuran also presented a paper “Representation of Belarus in Western Online Media,” co-authored with his Belarusian colleague Anton Dinerstein.

Natalie Manayeva is the lead author in an article that was accepted for publication in Questions of Journalism, Issue 3 – 4/2011 (vol. 54), peer-reviewed mass communication journal in Slovakia.

The piece entitled “Mass Media Under the Eye of Big Brother: Governmental Control Over Mass Media in Belarus” was written together with Anna Aniskenich and Anton Dinerstein (Minsk, Belarus). This paper examines various legal and business means of governmental control over the mass media in Belarus. The concept of the “ancient enemies of the press”, developed by Frederick Siebert, served as a theoretical framework for this study. According … Read more “Doctoral student Natalie Manayeva published and article in Questions of Journalism (Slovakia)”

Natalie Manayeva and Dzmitry Yuran have co-authored an article with former JEM Visiting Faculty Member Oleg Manaev, that was accepted for publication in Columbia University Journal of International Affairs. The article “Ashes for the spiteful Phoenix: Foundations of Belarusian authoritarianism” will be published in upcoming Fall/Winter 2011 issue.

The article was set to explain sociological foundations of the authoritarianism in Belarus. It focuses on several features of the Belarusian regime that explain its vitality. Authors argue that some of these features are typical for authoritarian regimes, while others are very distinctive for Belarus such as gradual farewell … Read more “Doctoral Students and Visiting Faculty Member Accepted for Publication”