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​​Oleg Manaev, Media in Post-Soviet Belarus: Between Democratization and Reinforcing Authoritarianism, in: Mass Media in the Post-Soviet World. Ed. by Peter Rollberg and Marlene Laruelle (USA). Stuttgart: Ibidem Verlag, 2018: 111-137.               
 

http://cup.columbia.edu/book/mass-media-in-the-post-soviet-world/9783838271163

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Oleg Manaev. Public Opinion: A Growing Feeling of Instability, in: Belarusian Yearbook-2017. Ed. by Valeria Kostyugova (Lithuania), Vilnius, Logvinov, 2017
 

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Oleg Manaev, Public Opinion Polling in Authoritarian State: The Case of Belarus, in: The Silent Majority in Authoritarian States. Opinion Poll Research in Eastern and South-Eastern Europe (Germany), Frankfurt-am-Main: Peter Lang, 2016: 79-98. https://www.peterlang.com/view/9783653961218/chapter5.xhtml 

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Oleg Manaev. Peculiarities of Belarusian Authoritarianism and Its Influence on the Regime Dynamics in Russia and Ukraine, in: Acta Slavica Iaponica (Japan), 2014, Vol. 35, 55-86

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Oleg Manaev. Media in Post-Soviet Belarus: Between Democratization and Reinforcing Authoritarianism, in: Demokratizatsiya: The Journal of Post-Soviet Democratization (USA), Vol. 22, No 2/Spring 2014: 207-229. 

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Oleg Manajew and Jurij Drakochrust. WłaściWości WspółczeSnej tożsamości białoruskiej, in: Tożsamości Zbiorowe Białorusinow Ed. by Ryzsard Radzik (Poland), Lublin, 2012: 47-79. 

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Oleg Manaev, Natalie Manayeva, and Dmitry Yuran. “Islands in the Stream”: Reflections on Media Development in Belarus, in: Media Transformations in the Post-Communist World: Eastern Europe’s Tortured Path to Change. Ed. by Peter Gross (USA), New York, Lexington Books, 2012: 195-215. 

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Oleg Manaev, Natalie Manayeva, and Dmitry Yuran. “Islands in the Stream”: Problems of Mass Communication in Social Theory, in: Telescope (Russia), 2012, No 3: 20-27. 

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Oleg Manaev, Natalie Manayeva and Dzmitry Yuran. More State than Nation: Lukashenko’s Belarus, in: Journal of International Affairs (USA), 2011, Vol. 65, No 1 (Inside Authoritarian State): 93-113. 

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Oleg Manaev, Natalie Manayeva and Dzmitry Yuran. The ‘spiral of silence’ in election campaigns in a post-Communist society. The case of Belarus, in: International Journal of Market Research (UK), 2010, Vol. 52, No 3: 319-338. 

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Oleg Manaev and Yury Drakakhrust. Distinctive Features of Belarusian Identity, in: IISEPS News, N 1, 2010
 

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Oleg Manaev. Belarus on the ‘Huntington line’: The Role of Media (Devoted to memory of Samuel Huntington), in: Media, Democracy and Freedom: The Post-Communist Experience Ed. by Marta Dyczok (Switzerland), Bern: Peter Lang, 2009: 218-23

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Oleg Manaev. Foreign Media Influence on Belarusians, in: Global Media Journal (USA-Poland), 2008, No 1: 140-152

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Oleg Manaev. Recent trends in Belarusian public opinion, in: Prospects for Democracy in Belarus. Ed. by David Marples at all (Slovakia), Bratislava: GMF, 2006: 28-38. 

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How Far Are We From Europe? Belarus: Neither Europe, nor Russia, in: Opinions of Belarusian elites. Ed. by Valer Bulhakau, Warsaw, ARCHE, 2006.

 

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Oleg Manaev. Religion as a Factor of Social-Political Development in Belarus, in: IISEPS News, N 1, 2006
 

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Aleh Manaeu, Langer Marsch – blos wohin? in Osteuropa (Germany), February 2004: 228-238, 

https://www.zeitschrift-osteuropa.de/hefte/2004/2/langer-marsch-bloss-wohin/

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Oleg Manaev. Mass Media and Social Transformations in Post-Soviet Belarus, in: Business as Usual. Continuity and Change in Central and Eastern Europe (USA). Ed. by David Paletz, NJ: Hampton Press, 2003: 56-79. 

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Oleg Manaev. Internet as a Factor of Democratization in Belarus, in: IISEPS News, N 1, 2003
 

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Oleg Manaev. The Rise and Fall of Communism through Biographical Documentaries, in: Political Communication (USA), 2003, No 3: 121-124. 

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Oleg Manaev. Understanding public opinion research in the closed society (The case of Belarus), in: A Guide to Understanding Polls (Slovakia), Bratislava: IRI, 2003: 39-45. 

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Oleg Manaev. Interview, in: Sociological Encyclopedia. Minsk, Belarusian Encyclopaedia, 2003: 117-118.

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Oleg Manaev. Content Analysis, in: Sociological Encyclopedia. Minsk, Belarusian Encyclopaedia, 2003: 145-146.

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Oleg Manaev. Content Analysis, in: Sociology. Encyclopedia. Minsk, Book House, 2003: 455-457

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Oleg Manaev. IISEPS, in: Sociology. Encyclopedia. Minsk, Book House, 2003: 628-630

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Oleg. Manaev. IISEPS, in: NIRA’s World Directory of Think Tanks. Tokyo: The Japan Times, 2002.

 

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Oleg Manaev. Think tanks in independent Belarus: catalysts for social transformation, in: Banking of Knowledge, Bridging Knowledge and Policy, Ed. by Diane Stone (UK), London: Routledge, 2000: 65-86. 

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Oleg Manaev. The case of Belarus, in: Preserving Media Independence: regulatory frameworks, Ed. by Cees J. Hamelink (France), Paris: UNESCO, 1999: 41-45

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Oleg Manaev, Mass Media in Belarusian Interior, in SociologicalStudies (Russia), 1998, No 9: 98-106

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Oleg Manaev. Youth Culture. Belarus-2000: Human Development Report. Ed. by Leonid Zaiko, Minsk, UNDP.

 

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Oleg Manaev. IISEPS, in: Think Tanks in Central and Eastern Europe: A Comprehensive Directory. Ed. By Jim Denton (USA-Hungary), Budapest: Freedom House, 1999

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Oleg Manaev. Eastward or Westward? Sociological Portrait of Supporters and Opponents of Belarus Independence, in: Analytic Bulletin of Belarusian Think tanks, N 7, 1999: 4-14.  

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Oleg Manaev. What Unites Lebed and Lukashenko? IEWS Russian Regional Report (USA), Vol. 3, No, 20, May 1998

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Oleg Manaev. Electorate of Alexander Lukashenko, in: Belorussia and Russia: Societies and States. Ed. by Dmitry Furman (Russia). Moscow: Human rights, 1998: 278-296

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Oleg Manaev. On a Thin Ice. Sociological Portrait of Lukashenko’s Electorate, in: IISEPS News, N 3, 1997: 5-13.

 

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Oleg Manaev and Nadia Yefimova. Social Communication, in: Sociology. Tutorial for Universities students. Minsk, TetraSystems, 1996

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Oleg Manaev. Media autonomy, diversity vs. unity and the state in transition: the Belarus experience, in: Communicatio. South African Journal for Communication Theory and Research (South Africa), 1996, vol. 22, No 1: 27-51.

 

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Oleg Manaev. The USSR (Republic of Belarus), in: Glasnost and After. Media and Change in Central and Eastern Europe. Ed. by David Paletz and Karol Jakubowicz (USA), NJ: Hampton Press, 1995: 65-96. 

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Oleg Manaev. Rethinking the Social Role of the Media in a Society in Transition, in: Canadian Journal of Communication (Canada), 1995, vol. 20, No 1: 45-65

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Oleg Manaev. Belarus: New Principles, New Broadcasting Bill, in: Media Law & Policy (USA), 1994, No 7.

 

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Oleg Manaev. The alternative press in a transitional society (Belarus), in: Alternative Media: Linking Global and Local. Ed. by Peter Lewis (France). Paris: UNESCO, 1993: 73-91. 

 

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Oleg Manaev. Theoretical roots of the totalitarian model of mass communication, in: Intercom. Revista Brasileira de Comunicaçǎo (Brazil), 1993 vol. 16, No 1: 27-39. 

 

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Oleg Manaev. The Disagreeing Audience: Change in Criteria for Evaluating Mass Media Effectiveness With the Democratization of Soviet Society, in: Communication Research (USA), 1991, vol. 18, No 1: 25-52. 

 

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Oleg Manaev. Etablierte und alternative Presse in der Sowjetunion under den Bedingungen der Perestroika, in: Media Perspektiven (Germany), 1991, No 2: 96-104. 

 

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Oleg Manaev. The Influence of Western Radio on the Democratization of Soviet Youth, in: Journal of Communication (USA), vol. 41, No 2: 72-91.

 

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Oleg Manajew. Prasa alternarywna w systemie masowego komuikowania w Zwiazku Radzieckim, in: Przekazy I Opinie (Poland), 1991, vol. 65, No 3: 77-97. 

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Oleg Manaev, Alternative Press in Belarus Mass Communication System, in: Sociological Studies (Russia), 1991, No 8: 31-41. 

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Oleg Manaev, Theoretical roots of the totalitarian model of mass communication, in: Philosophical and Sociological Thought (Ukraine), 1991, No 5: 11-21. 

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Oleg Manaev. Alternativna štampa u Sovjetskom Savezu, in: Novinarstvo (Yugoslavia), 1990, No 3-4: 32-40. 

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Oleg Manaev, Disagreeing Audience (Change in Criteria for Evaluating Mass Media Effectiveness with the Society Democratization), in: Sociological Studies (Russia), 1990, No 9: 26-37.

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Oleg Manaev. Journalism and Youth Audience, in: Herald of Moscow State University (Russia), N 2, vol. Х, 1990.

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Oleg Manaev. Circulus Vitiosus in Mass Media Activity, in: Philosophical and Sociological Thought (Ukraine), 1990, NN 2-3: 19-37. 

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Oleg Manaev. Mass Media in the Democratization Process: Problems and Prospects of Development, in: Herald of Belarusian State University, N 3, Vol. IV, 1990

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Oleg Manajew. Bledne kolo w dzialalnosci radzieckich srodkow masowego przekazu, in: Przekazy i Opinie (Poland), 1989, vol. 56, No 2: 66-87. 

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Oleg Manaev. A Vicious Circle in Soviet Media-Audience Relations, in: European Journal of Communication (UK), 1989, vol. 4, No 3: 287-307.  

 

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Oleg Manaev. Influence of Western Radio on Youth under Galsnost, in: Influence of Mass Media on Youth Interests. Ed. by Leonid Shkolnik. Moscow, Academy of Pedagogical Science of the USSR, 1989

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Oleg Manaev. Social Information - to the Service of Society, in: Communist of Belarus, N 10, 1988

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Oleg Manaev. Role of Mass Media in Democratization of the Soviet Society., in: Dialogue with Youth. Ed. by Evgeny Babosov, Vol. II. Minsk, Belarus, 1988

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Oleg Manaev. Social-Psychological Factors of the State Evening Newspaper, in: Herald of Belarusian State University, N 2, Vol.. IV, 1988

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Oleg Manaev. Mass Media in the System of Socialist Democracy and Self-Government, in: Man and Morality in Conditions of Perestroika. Ed. by Evgeny Babosov. Minsk, Belarus, 1988

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Oleg Manaev. Role of Local Newspaper in the Public Opinion Development, in: Herald of  Belarusian State University, N 2, Vol. IV, 1987

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Oleg Manaev, Leonid Shkolnik, at all. Use of Information-Public TV Programs for Youth for Educational Purposes, in: Issues of Psychology (Russia), N 3, 1987

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Oleg Manaev. Dialogue with Youth as a Principle of the Public Council for Sociological Research of Youth Problems, in: Problems of Development of Public Sociological Associations under the Comsomol Committees. Ed. by Ferentz Sheregi. Moscow, VKS, 1987

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Oleg Manaev. Problems of Republican Mass Media Effectiveness (a Case of Belarus), in:. МMass Communication and Development of the Socialist Way of Life. Ed by Marju Lauristin, Tarty, Tartu University, 1986, pp. 289-293.

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Oleg Manaev. Methodological Principles of Research of Mass Media Effectiveness, in: Methodological Principles of Sociological Research of Ideological and Educational Work. Ed by Evgeny Babosov. Minsk, Nauka i Teckhnika, 1986.

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Oleg Manaev. Principle of Differentiated Propaganda in Republican Mass Media Activity, in: Actual Problems of Mass Media Improvement. Ed. by Valery Sesiunin. Sverdlovsk, Ural State University, 1986.

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Oleg Manaev. Mass Media Influence on Youth, in: Dialogue with Youth. Ed. by Evgeny Babosov, Minsk, Belarus, 1986, Vol. I

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Oleg Manaev. Model of Social Reality in Journalistic Publications, in: Sociological Research of Journalism Effectiveness. Ed. by Yassen Zassursky. Moscow, Moscow State University, 1986.

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Oleg Manaev. Audience of Republican Mass Media in the Journalists' Expectations, in: Sociological Research of Journalism Effectiveness. Ed. by Yassen Zassursky. Moscow, Moscow State University, 1986.

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Oleg Manaev and Natalia Zalygina. Image of Leader at the Local Newspaper Pages, in:  Herald of Belarusian Sate University, N 3, Vol. IV, 1985. 

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Oleg Manaev. Interview Question, in: Applied Sociology Dictionary. Minsk, University Publications, 1984

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Oleg Manaev. Interview, in: Applied Sociology Dictionary. Minsk, University Publications, 1984.

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Oleg Manaev. Content Analysis, in: Applied Sociology Dictionary. Minsk, University Publications, 1984.

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Oleg Manaev. Inclusion of Personality into Mass Media Influence, in: Sociological Research, N 4, 1984

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Oleg Manaev and Georgy Davidiuk. Sociological Research of Effectiveness of Ideological Work: Problems and Prospects, in: Herald of Belarusian State University, N 2, Vol. III, 1984. 

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Oleg Manaev. Inclusion of Personality into Mass Communication, in: Herald of Belarusian State University, N 1, Vol. I, 1981.

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Oleg Manaev. Олег Манаев. On Improving the Media Effectiveness at the Industrial Enterprise, in: Sociological Problems of Public Opinion and Mass Media. Ed. by Valery Korobeynikov. Moscow, Institute of Sociology of the USSR Academy of Science, 1979

EDITORIALS

 

  1. Member, Editorial Board, Konteksty Społeczne, Lublin, Poland, 2012 – present http://kontekstyspoleczne.umcs.lublin.pl/en/?page_id=164

  2. Member, Editorial Board, Political Communication, Durham, N.C., USA, 2001-2007. 

  3. Editor-in-Chief, Analytical Bulletin of the Belarusian Think Tanks, Minsk, Belarus, 1997-2004.

  4. Editor-in-Chief, IISEPS News, Minsk, Belarus/Vilnius, Lithuania, 1996-2016.  

  5. Member, Editorial Board, European Journal of Communication, London, UK, 1995-2001.

  6. Member, Editorial Board, Intercome, Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1993-1995.