This chapter is analysing french media market in its current situation. It collects main data about advertizing market and its structure, dinamics in 2009-2010. The structure of main assets of french media conglomerates (like Canal+, Hersant, Lagardere) is described as well. Main trends and changes in field of media concentration during second half of 2000s are presented. Separately chapter is analysing and presenting structure and dinamics of press market, television (including digital TV, public TV and commercial TV), radio and new media markets.
The article deconstructs the frames of homosexuality by society, the authorities, and the homosexuals as a result of the legislative prohibition of “homosexual’s propaganda” on the basis of the search queries interpretations. The anti-gay law has identified two trends with three frames in the perception of homosexuality but did not produce new frames, because the authorities are not given full rights to framing homosexuality. On the one hand, we see the articulation of the negative-attitude towards homosexuality in government discourse and negatively-biased part of society. On the other hand, we can see changes of homosexuals’ attitudes and formation gay-friendly community. Framing focused public attention on the problems of the homosexual community and has opened the possibility to the recognition of sexual minorities. In the article, I propose search analysis requests as a method of framing success.
The theoretical contribution to the economics and statistics of the following prominent scientists and public figures is resurrected and described. Firstly, Marx’s associate, but largely independent figure - F. Engels, secondly, Nobel Prize winner of 1972 Kenneth J. Arrow, in ensemble with the subject article "Efficiency", thirdly, striking statistician, who concurred with E. Slutsky, - G.U. Yule, fourthly, the founder of the quantity theory of money David Hume, then, one of the authors of the monetary reform of 1922-1924 held in Soviet Russia - Leonid N. Yurovsky, then, one of the first major American economists Allyn Abbott Young, then two prominent pre-revolutionary Russians - academician Ivan I. Yanzhul, and the teacher of Ladislaus von Bortkiewicz - Corr. of Petersburg Academy of Sciences Yulii Janson.