Watching TV Series in Distance Education during the Periods of Pandemic and Martial Law

Vita Goian, Oles Goian, Tetiana Biletska, Alla Kobynets


The purpose of the article is to hypothesize that the viewing of TV series by students, future creators of TV series, during the period of distance learning in conditions of restrictions and prohibitions, namely during the pandemic (2020-2021) and martial law (Russian-Ukrainian war, 2022) can become a segment of the professional educational model and one of the algorithms of crisis educational management in TV series production. The study is based on survey, comparison and content analysis methods. The target audience of the study are professional artists and media people, as well as students, i.e. future directors, screenwriters, cameramen, actors, editors, journalists, producers and advertisers. It allowed us to determine the motivation of the target audience regarding the frequency of watching TV series for the period under study, their professional interest and the choice of thematic, stylistic and genre aspects of the creation of TV series in Ukraine. The authors of the article claim that the research data represent essential empirical material that can be used in the period of distance learning as practical cases within the disciplines of the specialty for educational institutions that train specialists in "audiovisual arts and production" and "journalism", namely, future creators of TV series.

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