How Vladimir Putin’s Divorce Story Was Constructed and Received, or When the President Divorced His Wife and Married the Country Instead

Denisova, A. 2014. How Vladimir Putin’s Divorce Story Was Constructed and Received, or When the President Divorced His Wife and Married the Country Instead. M/C Journal. 17 (3), p. June 2014.

TitleHow Vladimir Putin’s Divorce Story Was Constructed and Received, or When the President Divorced His Wife and Married the Country Instead
AuthorsDenisova, A.
Abstract

When the Russian president divorced his wife in 2013, social media crowds coined plenty of the Internet memes to interpret the news. Anastasia Denisova, Doctoral Researcher at CAMRI, examined the framing of the story in traditional and new media and came to the surprising findings.

KeywordsRussian media, social media, Putin, elites, persona, Internet memes, memes, Twitter
JournalM/C Journal
Journal citation17 (3), p. June 2014
ISSN1441-2616
Year2014
PublisherM/C
Accepted author manuscript
Web address (URL)http://journal.media-culture.org.au/index.php/mcjournal/article/view/813
Publication dates
Published03 Jun 2014
LicenseCC BY-NC-ND 4.0

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