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SCIENCE JOURNALISM IN THE INTERNATIONAL CASPIAN SPACE
Science journalism and communication is now becoming a successful tool for building bridges between media and a wide range of institutions – universities, museums, libraries, nature reserves and other government and non-profit organizations. Popularization of science is a positive and relevant media content, the demand for which is always high. The self-positioning of scientists in the media, the promotion of universities in the media and the coverage of scientific achievements are all of interest to today’s Caspian audiences. In addition, science journalism allows tracing the connection between the issues covered in the media and more global, universal and topical issues of today.
Student of the faculty of Philology & Journalism, ASU
Head of ASU Department of Theory & History of Journalism
Deputy Director for Academic Affairs of Dagestan Federal Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences (DFRC RAS)
Senior researcher Atyrau branch of LLP "Scientific and Production Center of fisheries"
Advisor to the President of the World Association of Alumni of Higher Education Institutions, Director of the autonomous non-profit organization Development of Hospitality and Tourism in the Modern World
CEO of IPR MEDIA Group
Anicet Gabriel Kochofa
High Commissioner of the Eurasian Economic Cooperation Organization for International Cooperation, Director General of the International Coordinating Council of Graduates of Educational Institutions, Deputy Chairman of the AIS Board of Trustees