PROGNOSTIC JOURNALISM OF RUSSIAN EMIGRE WRITERS OF THE SECOND HALF OF THE XX CENTURY

Baybatyrova Nailya Munirovnadocent

of the theory and history of journalism, faculty of philology and journalism, Candidate of Philology (PhD), Astrakhan state Universitya


Abstract: The article analyzes the predictive journalism of Russian emigre writers of the second half of the XX century. The predictive function of journalism is clearly apparent in the works of various genres. Emigrant publications printed on the pages of materials with forecasts about the future of Soviet Russia and the West

Key words: Russian journalism abroad, «third wave», A. Solzhenitsyn, A. Zinoviev, V. Voinovich, E. Limonov, predictive function, political discourse

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