New approach to the teaching of Russian for journalists. Book review: Glazkov, A.V. (2022). Semantics: From word to text: Handbook and practicum for high schools. Moscow: Yurait Publ. (In Russ.)

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The review analyzes a handbook of Russian for journalism students. The author proposes a new approach based on semantics. The book consists of three parts: word, sentence, and text. Each part demonstrates how the items of related level take part in the process of creating meanings. All examples used for illustrating and analysis are from actual Russian media. The handbook is consistent with State Educational Standard for High Education and recommended as manual and practicum for high school students specializing in humanities.

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Olga Yu. Pechenkina

Bryansk State Academician I.G. Petrovski University

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ORCID iD: 0000-0001-9558-7446

PhD in Philological Sciences, Associate Professor, Associate Professor of Russian Language Department, Faculty of Philology

14 Bezhitskaya St, 241036, Bryansk, Russian Federation


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