Izvestiya of Saratov University.
ISSN 1994-2540 (Print)
ISSN 2542-1956 (Online)


The role of propaganda in popularizing and preserving the all-Russian cultural identity of compatriots abroad

Introduction. As a result of the constitutional reform carried out in 2020, the basic law of the country was supplemented with new norms. They include the provisions of Part 3 of Article 69 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation, which enshrine guarantees of support for compatriots living abroad. This norm introduces a new category into constitutional legal circulation – “all-Russian cultural identity”, and its preservation is fixed as one of the areas of state activity.

Promoting business ethics in Russia: Legal framework

Introduction. In the context of the significance of the development of the Russian economy, the culture of business communications of business entities is of particular importance. Its enhancement and stimulation are supported in every possible way by the state, and popularization of entrepreneurship and formation of a positive image of the entrepreneur among the population become the most important area of activity in achieving state goals and objectives.

Public Service Announcement and Propaganda: Multiplicities of Legal Regulation

Introduction. The problem of protecting the population from the negative information environment and information security very acute at the present time in modern Russian society. A large amount of information we collect is of a destructive nature and forms of antisocial, marginal behavior, and therefore we need to search for actual information dialog, which would be implemented within the legal field. There are many forms of information interaction between government, society and citizens. Some of these forms are advertising and propaganda. Methods.

Comparative Legal Analysis of Change in Subject Matter and Fixation of Agitation and Propaganda in Constitional Acts in Russia

The article focuses on the analysis of the constitutional acts introduced in Russia in different periods, with fixation of agitation and propaganda in them being the matter of interest. The author has carried out the comparative analysis of the Constitutions of RSFSR adopted in 1918, 1936, 1978 with the current Constitution of the Russian Federation of 1993 in relation to the legal norms establishing prohibition or permission to bring into action agitation and propaganda.

Normative development of the institution of propaganda of traditional family values

Introduction. Since 2007, the legislation of the Russian Federation has been witnessing active development of the regulatory framework for regulation in the sphere of demographic and family policy, mainly by acts of a conceptual and strategic nature. The adoption of amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation in 2020 significantly increased the growth of regulatory documents in this area in order to prevent the risk of loss and destruction of traditional family values. Theoretical analysis.