A person in the modern theatrical life of Ukraine: A journalistic perspective

Authors

  • Valentyna Galatska PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Philology and Translation, Ukrainian State University of Science and Technologies, Dnipro, Ukraine https://orcid.org/0009-0004-4092-8126
  • Nataliia Dashko PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Humanitarian Training, University of Customs and Finance, Dnipro, Ukraine https://orcid.org/0009-0001-9312-4808
  • Viktoria Antonova PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Humanitarian Training, University of Customs and Finance, Dnipro, Ukraine https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0244-4142
  • Viktoria Filipenko Senior Lecturer, Department of Fundamental Disciplines with a Course of Traditional and Nontraditional Medicine, Dnipro Medical Institute of Traditional and Non-Traditional Medicine, Dnipro, Ukraine https://orcid.org/0009-0006-6692-6529
  • Inna Davydenko PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Fundamental Disciplines with a Course of Traditional and Nontraditional Medicine, Dnipro Medical Institute of Traditional and Non-Traditional Medicine, Dnipro, Ukraine https://orcid.org/0009-0007-1904-394X

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.52152/heranca.v6i1.790

Keywords:

Concept of reality, Cultural journalism, Sociocultural dynamics, Actors, theatre industry

Abstract

The purpose of the paper is to determine the peculiarities of representation and self-presentation of modern theatre actors of Ukraine through the prism of media coverage, in particular those specialized in the cultural sphere. The following scientific methods were used to investigate the issue: descriptive, analytical, inductive-deductive, survey, content analysis. The result of the study of the issue of a person in modern Ukrainian theatrical life through the prism of journalistic coverage of this sphere is the analysis of the conscious accentuation of attention on issues of all-Ukrainian importance by representatives of the theatre industry in Ukraine and beyond. As a result of the study of the issue of the theatrical realities of Ukraine in the journalistic discourse, the main aspects, to which the masters of the Ukrainian theatre attach importance, were determined. According to the results of a survey conducted among representatives of Ukrainian cultural journalism and representatives of the performing arts, an important role in the creative activity of a modern theatre person is the coverage of Ukrainian life, in particular, the realities of war, on the artistic stage.

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Published

2023-11-16

How to Cite

Galatska, V., Dashko, N., Antonova, V., Filipenko, V., & Davydenko, I. (2023). A person in the modern theatrical life of Ukraine: A journalistic perspective. Herança, 6(1), 232–243. https://doi.org/10.52152/heranca.v6i1.790