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. Tambov: Gramota, 2016. № 12. Part 3. P. 206-208.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Philosophical Sciences
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SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY OF MASS MEDIA UNDER MODERN CONDITIONS

Shaikhutdinova Liana Salavatovna
Bashkir State University in Ufa


Abstract. The article is devoted to the problem of social responsibility of mass media in the modern Russian society. The author examines theoretical aspects of social responsibility, its principles, identifies interrelation between social responsibility and freedom of speech. Social responsibility is the basic principle of media professional ethics. The author justifies a thesis that mass media should bear responsibility for information they transfer first of all before the society.
Key words and phrases: социальная ответственность, средства массовой информации, свобода слова, общественное сознание, современные условия, social responsibility, mass media, freedom of speech, public consciousness, modern conditions.
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