Philological Studies

at Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce

ISSN 2300-5459 e-ISSN 2450-0380



Author Alexandr L. Glotov
Title The history of world literature in the context of the future journalists’ professional training. Social-communicative discourse of the literary process
Keywords journalism, history of literature, education
Pages 515-521
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Volume 33


Journalist training at Ukrainian universities is traditionally based on a philological framework. The majority of journalists, working in the modern media, do not need professional literary expertise.
The author proposes a project on modernizing the world literature history teaching for future journalists. Historically, the literary process was always implemented alongside with the activities of the social communication medium. The majority of writers used to be journalists as well. Many works of literature were created as influencing factors on popular consciousness.
The modern higher school method of teaching allows to outline a subject-matter in conformity with the target audience. The World Literature History for journalists can be presented from the perspective of social and communicative, journalistic discourse.