Department of General History
Announces recruitment for the program of additional vocational education
"Information Wars: History and Modernity (Information and Psychological Security of the Personality)".
During the training, students will receive information about the evolution of forms and methods, the theory and practice of information wars, historical aspects of the technology of psychological impact on humans. Special trainings will allow to form practical skills of error-free determination of such influence and independent organization of effective protection against manipulation by consciousness.
In preparing the course, unpublished analytical materials and documents previously used for the classification of secrecy were used in which the experience of special services of leading world powers in organizing information and psychological wars was documented and studied.
The head of the program is Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor, Head of the Innovative Master's Program "World History and Mass Communications", political scientist, expert of RT TV channel and "In Topic" program Voronin Sergey Anatolyevich.
On the issues of recording and receiving more detailed information, contact the Cabinet 508 (Department of General History, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences). Address: Moscow, st. Miklukho-Maklaya, 10/2
Contact person: Ph.D., senior lecturer Safonov Alexander Stepanovich.
Contact telephones: (495) 787-38-03 ext. 13-73; Mob. 8 916 340 79 06
El. Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, safonov-as@RUDN.ru
The cost of training is 8600 rubles. There is a flexible system of discounts.
The beginning of classes is after the formation of the group. Day and time - in agreement with the audience. The number of seats is strictly limited.
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