The Content Analysis of the Russian Federal and Regional Basic Legislation on the Cultural Policy


The content-analysis of the Russian federal and regional basic legislation on the cultural policy has indicated a need in a deep revision of all existing regulatory legal acts, which support the state cultural policy implementation towards building a universal terminology and vesting the functions on the cultural policy implementation in the government as opposed to the statement of the departmental specific approach to the culture.

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Koptseva, N.P., Luzan, V.S., Razumovskaya, V.A. et al. The Content Analysis of the Russian Federal and Regional Basic Legislation on the Cultural Policy. Int J Semiot Law 30, 23–50 (2017).

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  • Content analysis
  • Regional laws
  • Culture
  • Russia