Alexander Victorovich Fedorov

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Alexander Viсtorovich Fedorov
Born (1954-11-04) 4 November 1954 (age 62)
Yelizovo, Russia
Nationality Russian
Education Prof. Dr.
Alma mater VGIK - All-Russian State University of Cinematography, Moscow, Russian Academy of Education, Moscow
Influences Prof. Dr. Y. Usov
Notable awards Prize for outstanding contribution to the development of media education Russia, 2007. Prize for Best Media Education Book Russia, 2009.
Website
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Alexander Victorovich Fedorov (Russian: Александр Викторович Фёдоров; born November 4, 1954) is a Russian scientist, teacher, media education specialist, film critic, film critic. He completed his Ph.D. dissertation about media education (1993) at the Russian Academy of Education (Moscow).

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He was the president of the Russian Association for Film and Media Education (2003-2014) [1] and now he is deputy director of the Anton Chekhov Taganrog Institute (Russia)[2] and main editor of Russian pedagogical journal "Media Education" (‘Mediaobrazovanie’).[3] He is also a member of the Russian Academy of Film Arts and Science, Russian Union of Filmmakers,[4] CIFEJ and FIPRESCI.[5] Alexander Fedorov is the author of 20 books on media education and media literacy and more than 400 articles (in Russian, English, Canadian, French, German, and Norwegian media studies and media literacy journal).

Since 1997 he has received scientific research grants on media culture and media education from the President of the Russian Federation,[6][7] Russian Foundation for Humanities, Russian Ministry of Education, Kennan Institute (US), IREX (US), MacArthure Foundation (US), Open Society Institute (Soros Foundation, US), DAAD (Germany), and others. He was a guest professor and research fellow in Norway Association for Media Education, Oslo (1995), Central European University (Budapest, 1998, 2006), Kassel University (2000), Maison des sciences de l'homme, Paris (2002, 2009), Kennan Institute, Washington D.C. (2003), Humboldt University, Berlin (2005), University of Mainz (2010), Johann Wolfgang Goethe Universität Frankfurt am Main (2014).

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