International Board

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The mission of NAMMI’s International Board is to encourage the development of Russian media and journalism studies in both national and global contexts, and to promote a wider public interest in the journalism theories, methods, findings and applications generated by research in communication and allied fields.

Chair of NAMMI’s International Board is Professor Yassen Zassoursky, President of the Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia.

Members of the International Board are influential scholars in the field of mass communication studies: Professor Paolo Mancini, University of Perugia, Italy; Professor Kaarle Nordenstreng, University of Tampere, Finland; Professor Terhi Rantanen, London School of Economics, Great Britain; Professor Denis McQuail, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Dr. Nico Carpentier, Free University of Brussels, Belgium; Professor Henrikas Iouchkiavitchious, Adviser to Director-General, UNESCO.

Professor Yassen Zassoursky, Chair of NAMMI’s International Board

Professor Yassen Zassoursky is President of the Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia, Head of the Chair in History of Foreign Journalism and Literature, well-known scholar and lecturer. He published numerous books and articles on theory and history of journalism and communication, including 17 textbooks and 16 monographs – “History of Foreign Press”, “History of Modern American Literature in XX century” and others. Professor Zassoursky is member of IAMCR, head of UNESCO chair in Journalism and Mass Communications at the Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University, member of Russian Union of Journalists, Russian Union of Writers, expert of Russian Federation in the Council of Europe.

Selected publications:
Засурский Я. Н. Искушение свободой. Российская журналистика: 1990-2004. – М., 2004. 
Выборные кампании и их освещение в СМИ / под ред. Я. Н. Засурского. – М., 2008. 
Засурский Я. Н. Международная журналистика в многополярном мире / под ред. Я. Н. Засурского. – М., 2008. 
Zassoursky, Yassen N., Gerbner, G., Everette, Dennis E. (eds.) Beyond the Cold War: Soviet and American Media Images. – Sage Publishing, 1991.
Zassoursky, Yassen N., Vartanova, Elena L. (eds.) Media, Communication and the Open Society – Moscow: Faculty of Journalism / IKAR, 1999.
Zassoursky, Yassen N., Vartanova, Elena L. (eds.) Shaping Tomorrow’s Media System – Moscow, 2004.



Professor Denis McQuail

Professor Denis McQuail is one of the most famous scholars in the field of mass communication studies. He has published extensively in the field of political communication and communication theory. Professor McQuail is well-known for his contribution to the education of the public, concerning communication theory. His work has focused on explaining communication theories and their applications. Denis McQuail is Professor Emeritus at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and Visiting Professor at the Department of Politics, University of Southampton, Great Britain.
Denis McQuail is Honorary Professor at the Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University.

Selected publications:
McQuail, Denis (ed.) McQuail's Reader In Mass Communication Theory. – London: Sage, 2002.
McQuail, D. Media Accountability and Freedom of Publication. – University of Oxford Press, 2003.
Mcquail, Denis McQuails's Mass Communication Theory (sixth edition). – London: Sage, 2010.


Professor Paolo Mancini

Paolo Mancini is Professor at the Faculty of Sociology and Political Sciences, University of Perugia, Italy. His main research interests focus on the relationship between mass communication systems and the political system. In 2005 P. Mancini and D. Hallin's book “Comparing Media Systems” won the Goldsmith Award from Harvard and the Diamond Anniversary Book Award from the National Communication Association, and in 2006 it won the Outstanding Book Award from the NCA.
Paolo Mancini is Honorary Professor at the Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University.

Selected publications:

Mancini, P., Swanson, D. Politics, Media and Modern Democracy. – New York; Praeger, 1996.
Mancini, P., Hallin, D. Comparing Media Systems. Three Models of Media and Politics. – Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004.
Hallin, D. C., Mancini, P. (eds.) Comparing Media Systems Beyond the Western World. – New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012.



Professor Kaarle Nordenstreng

Kaarle Nordenstreng is Professor Emeritus at the Faculty of Journalism and Mass Communications, University of Tampere, Finland. In 1972-1977 Kaarle Nordenstreng held a position of UNESCO expert on audience research and international communication. In 1972-1974 he was Vice-Chairman of Government Committee on Communication Policy (Council of State). In 1973 Professor Nordenstreng became Chairman of the Committee on Journalism Education at the Finnish Ministry of Education. From 1976 till 1990 he held the position of the President of International Organization of Journalists (IOJ).
Kaarle Nordenstreng is Honorary Professor at the Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University.
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Selected publications:
Nordenstreng, K., Varis, T. Television Traffic – A One-Way Street? – Paris: Unesco, 1974. Nordenstreng, K., Schiller, H. (eds.) Beyond Sovereignty: International Communication in the 1990s. – Norwood, NJ: Ablex, 1993.
Nordenstreng, K., Vartanova, E., Zassoursky, Y. (eds.) Russian Media Challenge. – Helsinki: Aleksanteri Institute, 2001 (2nd ed 2002).



Dr. Nico Carpentier

Nico Carpentier is a media sociologist working at the Communication Studies Departments of the Free University of Brussels and the Catholic University of Brussels, Belgium. He is a co-director of the research centre CEMESO at the Free University of Brussels and a board member of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA). His research interests lie in the sphere of discourse theory, relationship between media, journalism, politics and culture, especially towards social domains as war and conflict, ideology, participation and democracy.

Selected publications:
Servaes, Jan, Carpentier, Nico (eds.) Toward a Sustainable Information Society: Deconstructing WSIS. – Intellect Books, 2006.
De Cleen, Benjamin, Carpentier, Nico. Participation and Media Production: Critical Reflections on Content Creation. – Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008.


Professor Terhi Rantanen

Terhi Rantanen is Professor in Global Media and Communications at London School of Economics (LSE), Great Britain. Before joining LSE in January 2000 she held a full-time position as a senior academic in the Department of Communication at Helsinki University, Finland. Professor Rantanen is an influential scholar in the field of globalisation theories, global media, global news, post-communist and communist media, media history and history of media studies. She co-directs an interdisciplinary research project on Media and Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe launched in October 2009.

Selected publications:
Рантанен, Терхи Глобальное и национальное. Масс-медиа и коммуникации в посткоммунистической России. – МГУ, 2004.
Rantanen, Terhi The Media and Globalization. – SAGE Publications, 2004.
Rantanen, Terhi When News Was New. – Wiley-Blackwell, 2009.



Professor Henrikas Iouchkiavitchious

Since 2001 Professor Henrikas Iouchkiavitchious holds the position of Adviser to Director-General, UNESCO. During the 1970s and 1980s he served as Vice-Chairman of the USSR State Committee for Television and Radio Broadcasting, as Chairman of the Interministerial Committee for Radio and Television Development and as a member of the Interministerial Committee for Satellite Communication. Henrikas Iouchkiavitchious is a member of the International Academy of Electrotechnical Sciences, the Russian Academy of Information, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, and the International Institute of Communications, the Vice-president of the Eurasian Academy of Television and Radio.