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Featured Series: Routledge Contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe Series

Russian Mass Media and Changing Values

The series offers a wide-ranging cross-section of topics on Russia and Eastern Europe.

This exciting series features titles on a multitude of topics related to Russia and Eastern Europe, including politics, society, media, religion and language. With many new titles publishing this year, this series is swiftly becoming the essential resource collection on Russia and Eastern Europe.

 

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