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Book chapter
Self-Presentation Strategies Among Tinder Users: Gender Differences in Russia

Solovyeva O., Logunova O.

In bk.: Digital Transformation and Global Society Third International Conference, DTGS 2018, St. Petersburg, Russia, May 30 –June 2, 2018, Revised Selected Papers, Part I. Iss. 858. Cham: Springer, 2018. P. 474-482.

Working paper
Making Politics Attractive: Political Satire and Exposure to Political Information in New Media Environment in Russia

Chmel K., Savin N., Michael X. D. C.

Political Science. PS. Высшая школа экономики, 2018. No. WP BRP 63/PS/2018.

PolitPro 2013 National Student Competition. The Competition Results and Participants’ Impressions

The only national student competition in political PR, PolitPRpro, 2013 has finished recently.

This year 86 teams entered the competition and 8 of them were selected for semifinal in Saint-Petersburg. Four teams took part in the final. The teams represented the National Research University Higher School of Economics (Saint-Petersburg and Moscow), Saint-Petersburg State University, and Kazan National Research Technological University (Kazan).

The competition is traditionally organized by the Saint-Petersburg State University and Youth Department of the Russian Association of Public Relations (RAPR) with the support of Strategic communications agency ‘Nikkolo M’. The HSE was represented by two teams: one from Saint-Petersburg and the other from Moscow. The Moscow team included first- and second-year master’s students of the Faculty of Applied Politics: Insaf Basirof, Dmitry Volzev, Viktoriya Vasilieva, Maria Chernova. Saint-Petersburg team, called ‘Tandem’, included Kseniya Vasenkova and Mihail Roskin.

This year the teams were challenged to overcome non-voting behavior in an imagined Russian town X. Then semifinalists and finalists took part in different contests, such as development and presentation of election mottos, debates, political decision making case study, composition of a public utterance for a political party, and many others.

The results of the competition were evaluated by a jury which included Igor Mintusov, CEO of Strategic communications agency ‘Nikkolo M’; Aleksey Puchnin, Chairman of Saint-Petersburg’s election committee; Olga Aphanaseva, Associate Professor at  the School of Integrated Communication (HSE, Moscow); Dmitriy Gavra, Head of the Chair of ‘PR in Business’ at Saint-Petersburg State University; Stanislav Naumov, President of Russian Association of Public Relations; Roman Romanuk, editor-in-chief of ‘Northwestern Expert’.

The ‘Tandem’ team from Saint-Petersburg (HSE) won the first place, the Moscow’s team took fourth place. 

Dmitry Voltsev, participant of the competition, said:  ‘The reason why the competition was interesting for me was to get in touch with colleagues, who are future professionals in communications. I believe students need to participate in such events, where they can try themselves in an environment similar to the real world. For me the competition was a huge experience which will definitely be important in my career development’.