StatusThe thesis was presented on the 5 April, 2017 at the meeting of the Scientific Council and now it is under consideration of the National Council.
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Thesis structure: introduction, 5 chapters, conclusions and recommendations, a biblio-graphy of 356 titles, 238 pages of basic text, 28 tables, 4 figures and 9 annexes. The results are published in more than 67 scientific papers.
Field of study: Political Sciences.
Thesis aim: the reconceptualization of PR phenomenon in the political sphere that will have as a result a deduction on the complexity of the political PR management during the electoral campaigns. Thesis objectives: research of the evolution and institutionalization of the political PR; identifying differences between PR and the other components of the communicational filed; evaluation of the political PR sources as media-informational process in the electoral campaigns in the Republic of Moldova in the last electoral cycles: 2009-2014.
Main results achieved for science and practice: The PR phenomenon repositioning according to the triad: political actor –image-public opinion for a complex approach to the functionality of the political PR. It refers to: PR as a public opinion management, PR as media-informational management and PR as image management.
Theoretical significance of thesis lies in: the reconceptualization of the political PR phenomenon; presentation of a theoretical and methodological framework of it in the context of multidisciplinarity, coming to argue the extension to a new field of research, both the politologycal science.
Applied value of the research: the implementation of the proposed recommendations can streamline the public communication in the political sphere of the Republic of Moldova.
Implementation of the scientific results: The scientific results have been implemented by publishing over 66 articles and studies; using the information as didactic support at bachelor and master courses; presented as contributions to national and international conferences.