Media linguistics as a modern scientific field

The purpose of this article is to examine the features of media linguistics as an actual scientific field. The concepts of mass communication and mass media are distinguished. On the example of magazine interview an attempt is made to reveal the possibilities of studying this type of text from a position of media linguistics
Keywords media linguistics   mass communication   mass media   type of text   interview   dialogic   compression   redundancy
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DOI 10.15643/libartrus-2014.1.6
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