ACTIVITIES OF VOLUNTEER CENTERS: STRUCTURAL-SEMIOTIC ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL ADVERTISING

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This article justifies the role of volunteering in the socialization of modern youth. Social advertising is a very effective means of involving young people in volunteering. The author conducts a structural-semiotic analysis of the messages of university volunteer centers, which refer to the verbal-visual communication type. The results of this analysis confirm the importance of social advertising for the search, recruitment and selection of volunteers. The perspectives of participation in volunteering, outlined in social advertising, are analyzed.


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L. V. Vandysheva

Samara National Research University

Author for correspondence.
Email: morenov.sv@ssau.ru
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-1825-0097

Russian Federation

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