Semiotic Dominants of the Information Presentation in Digital Diplomacy

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The diplomatic communications represents complex system consisting of various components. The article deals with the examples of elements presentation in this system on a site of diplomatic services of Russia subject to communicative tactics, a level of polycode and multimodality in information wars. Characteristic semiotics features of the information presentation are highlighted.

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Mikhail V Belyakov

Moscow State Institute of International Relations (University)

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PhD (Philology), Associate Professor, Associate Professor of Russian Department Moscow State Institute of International Relations

Moscow, Russia


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