Mythologisation of the fiction text in the socio-informational space

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The mechanisms of the process of mythologization of artistic text in the modern media space are considered. The role and importance of the artistic text and artistic image as an important and specific tool for modeling the socio-informational space are analyzed. The relationship between social, political, cultural processes and the nature of the aestheticization of the information and communication space is studied, the role of the artistic image and the artistic text in this process is determined. The author of the study has identified the nature of the creation, circulation and functioning of the actual myths in the modern media space, marked their impact on communication in the modern society. The phenomenon of norm mobility in modern society as a consequence of acceleration and activation of myth-making process based on the change of aesthetic characteristics of media and information and communication space in the modern world has been considered. The author also discusses the functional tasks of mythology in the context of the specifics of the media sphere and the socio-information space.

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Natalia L. Slobodyanyuk

Boris Yeltsin Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University

Author for correspondence.
ORCID iD: 0000-0001-9048-3541

Candidate of Philological Sciences, Head of the Department of International Journalism

44 Kievskaya St, Bishkek, 720000, Kyrgyz Republic


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