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The Epitome of the Russian National Idea: Comparative Reconstruction in Sculpture and Narrative
The formulation of the national idea for such a multinational country as Russia is a big issue. Its solution is not monopolized by the ideological institutions; art and popular mentality also contributes to the working out of the meaning for the unifying national idea. The author reconstructs those dominant meanings of the national idea (in art and popular consciousness) by the means of visual and textual analysis. The visual object for this reconstruction was realized by the sculpture that embodied the national idea of Russia at the International Art exhibition. The corpus of texts for the Russian contest that reflected the people’s ideas about the national idea was used in narrative analysis.
Transmedial Storytelling, Visual and Textual Analysis, National Idea, Art
The research was supported by RSF (project No. 14-28-00217).
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Rozhdestvenskaya, E. (2019). The Epitome of the Russian National Idea: Comparative Reconstruction in Sculpture and Narrative. The Qualitative Report, 24(13), 75-87. https://doi.org/10.46743/2160-3715/2019.4126
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