The Chapter is devoted to the forms of communication in Imperial Russia, the speed of dissemination of knowledge and news, the social history of public thought of the XIX-early XX centuries.
There is shown the importance of the society scientific enrichment, enlightenment with the anthropological and environmental knowledge, of education and training, to cultivate the feelings of unity, nobleness, justice and equity, ethics and aesthetics, life base common for everyone, including the one of religious view, in the article. Also there are examined some cases, when the scientific, educational or religious activity is accompanied by the dependent condition, which means exploitation, in the work. The author scrutinizes the issues of freedom from such exploitation infringement counteraction, including the criminal law measures.
The author of the article notes that at present the civil conscience is in a transformation period: not only a public demand to the state changes considerably in Russia, the attitude of the population towards the nature, purpose and place of the state in the society undergoes material changes.
Society and television in today's Russia are in a state of protracted conflict. This ever-deeping conflict is of ethical nature. So, if the channels continue their policies of pursuit of superprofits, do nt change their tactics and strategies and ignore the demands of the televiewers institutional changes lie in store for this country introducing stricter advertising laws and new forms of social control.