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Comparative analysis of public service advertising regulation in Russian Federation and European countries

Comparative analysis of public service advertising regulation in Russian Federation and European countries

Journal of Institutional studies, , Vol. 7 (no. 1),

In modern world public service advertising is a direct reflection of social values, humanistic relationships between people, level of cultural development of the society. The aim of PSA is to form social challenges in the society’s mind, to lead to reforms in social sphere. Underestimation and inattentiveness towards social problems could lead to loss of moral values, destruction of culture and forming the basis for aggravation in relation between different levels of society.

The tasks of the research are the following: to analyze the legislative base of public service advertising, to determine their strengths and weaknesses; to find out typical problems arising while PSA realization in Russia and Europe; to determine the main obstacles, preventing from creation of efficient and qualitative PSA and to find out and provide the measures of creating an efficient and qualitative public service advertising.

In the first part of the paper we compare PSA regulation, sort out PSA legislative and practical issues in Russia and Europe. In the second part we consider the process of efficient PSA realization. For this purpose there were investigated the main obstacles on the way of realization of PSA strategy in Russia and Europe, possibilities of application of marketing mix approach.

Though the level of social activity has increased in Russia especially in recent years, PSA market is only in the process of formation – there are huge potentials for investigations, initiatives and improvements. We could conclude that modern PSA legal base of Russian Federation restrains the development of PSA in our country and puts obstacles in the way of PSA participants: government, non-commercial organizations and businesses.

In comparison with EU our country fails behind European countries both in the level of legislative regulation and practical experience. The most important difference between PSA practice in Russia and in Europe is that in Europe there is clear understanding that wellbeing of their citizens depends on the quality and effectiveness of PSA. Russian advertising market could benefit from European experience, use their legislative regulation and practical experience. However, we could not simply copy European PSA methods, but elaborate our own criteria for PSA development due to the nuances and peculiarities of our country.


Keywords: public service advertising; public service advertising regulation; social values

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ISSN: 2076-6297