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FACTORS INFLUENCING LEVEL OF TRUST IN THE RUSSIAN STATE MAINSTREAM MEDIA NEWS: CASE OF MOSCOW UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS (National Institute of Development Administration, 7/1/2022);
In the modern social sciences, the concept of trust is considered an essential element of the socio-cultural potential of each given society. The credibility (trustworthiness) of the media is a set of ideas and attitudes of the audience that allow government institutions to increase or maintain their social resources, at the time of the rise of information through the Internet is rising in Russia, and the overall propensity to trust by the Russian society is falling. Overall trust in general and trust in mass media, in particular, are of interest ...
A PSYCHOSOCIAL MODEL OF GERIATRIC DEPRESSION: MEDIATING ROLES OF FAMILY SUPPORT AND CONFUCIAN COPING (National Institute of Development Administration, 3/6/2022);
Geriatric depression is a serious public health issue worldwide, and also closely related to successful aging. With the intensification of the aging population in China, the issues in geriatric depression require more attention. This study aimed to further explore the relationship of phychosocial factors to geriatric depression from a holistic view, focusing on the impact of social resources, personal skills, coping styles on depression in Chinese older adults under influence of Confucian culture. Non-cognitive skills and Confucian coping ...