Sharkov Felix I. (Russia, Moscow)

Professor, head of the Public Relations and Media Policy Department, Deputy Director of ISSHR (Institute of State Service and Human Resources), RANEPA (The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration), Doctor of Social Sciences; Honoured Science Worker of the Russian Federation; Honoured Worker of Higher Education of the Russian Federation.
Author of almost 200 scientific publications, more than 30 monographs, textbooks and manuals classified by Ministry of Education, educational associations, including:

  • Conversations with the Budding Sociologist (co-authored) // Cheboksary: Chuvash Publishing House, 1989;
  • Foundations of Sociology and Social Management. // Cheboksary: Research Institute of Language, Literature, History and Economics affiliated with the Council of Ministers of the Chuvash ASSR, 1990;
  • Theory of Production Organization. // Cheboksary: Chuvash Publishing House, 1997;
  • Media Today. // Cheboksary: "Chuvashia», 1997;
  • Management without Words. Nonverbal Resources for Manager // Cheboksary Chuvash Publishing House, 1998;
  • Social Policy in Russia (regional aspect). Textbook // M. : Asadal , 1999;
  • Foundations of Regional Social Policy. Textbook // M. : ALRS, 2000;
  • Foundations of Communication Theory. Dictionary // M. : ALSR, 2001;
  • Sociology of Mass Communications. Textbook ( co-author) // M. : Perspective, 2002;
  • Corporate Culture in the System of Public Relations (co-author) // M. : ALRS , 2002;
  • Branding and Culture of the Organization (co-author) // M. : Social relations , 2003;
  • Communication Theory (basic course) // M. : RIP-Holding , 2004;
  • Integrated PR-communications // M. : RIP Holding , 2004;
  • Integrated Advertising Communications // M. : RIP-Holding , 2004;
  • Consulting in Public Relations // M. : Examination, 2005;
  • Public Relations // M. : Dashkov and Co., 2005;
  • Public Relations and Advertising (co-authored) // M: Academic Project, 2005;
  • Information Technology and the Internet (co-authored ) // M. : Prometheus , 2005;
  • Magic of Brand // M. : Alfa-Press , 2005;
  • Learner’s Encyclopedic Dictionary "Modern Marketing Communications" // M. : Alpha Press , 2005;
  • Creation and Technology of Advertising Product Production (co-authored)// M. : Dashkov and Co., 2007, 2008;
  • Legal Foundations of the Communication Activities: Advertising, Public Relations and Journalism // M. : Dashkov and Co., 2008;
  • Communicology: Foundations of Communication Theory // M. : Dashkov and Co., 2009;
  • Integrated communications: Legal Regulations in Advertising, Public Relations and Journalism // M. : Dashkov and Co., 2012;
  • Genesis of Media and Communications Theories. Communicology. Volume 2 (co-authored), 2013;
  • Integrated Communications: Public Relations, Advertising and Branding // M.: Dashkov and Co., 2014.

Practical experience in the sphere of social communication:

  • President of the International Academy of Communicology;
  • Chief Editor of "Communicology";
  • Member of the editorial board of magazines ''Politbook'', the Russian University of Cooperation Bulletin, Economic Theory and Practice;
  • Expert of Federal Education and Science Supervision Agency, Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation;
  • Co-Chairperson of the Scientific Council of the Commission on Public Relations and social grants expert of the Moscow government;
  • Member of the Presidium of EMA (Education and Methodics Association) on International Relations
Professor, head of the Public Relations and Media Policy Department, Deputy Director of ISSHR (Institute of State Service and Human Resources), RANEPA (The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration), Doctor of Social Sciences; Honoured Science Worker of the Russian Federation; Honoured Worker of Higher Education of the Russian Federation.
Education: 
Cheboksary Energy College, specialty "Urban Electric Transport Power Supply"; Chuvash State University, specialty "Automation And Telemechanics"; University of Marxism-Leninism, "Political Rhetoric"; Post-graduate education in the Institute of Sociological Research of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR; Doctorate in the Russian Presidential Academy of Public Administration; Scientific trainings in the United States, England, Germany, Canada and Malta.
Interests: 
Founder of a new scientific sociological direction (Socionomics) and interdisciplinary direction "Communicology", author of noosocietal system theory, theory of egalitarian communication, information and communication paradigm "The Fourth Wave".
Career: 
1989-1995 - Rector of the University of Marxism-Leninism, the General Director of the Republican Self-Supporting Center of Professional Development attached to the Council of Ministers of the Chuvash Republic (Cheboksary); 1995-1997 – President’s Assistant, Minister of Information and Press of the Chuvash Republic, assistant professor of Cheboksary Branch of the St.Petersburg State Polytechnical University; 1997-1999 - full-time doctorate of the Russian Presidential Academy of Public Administration; 1999-2003 - Scientific director of the National Institute of Social and Psychological Researches, head of Public Relations of the Academy of Labour and Social Relations; 2003-2012 – Professor of the Chair of Sociology, the Russian Presidential Academy of Public Administration; Director of the Institute of Modern Communication Systems and Technologies, Head of the Chair of Advertising, the International Academy of Business and Management; employed in the Russian Presidential Academy of Public Administration, and the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration; Since September 2012 - head of the Public Relations and Media Policy Department, Deputy Director of ISSHR (Institute of State Service and Human Resources), RANEPA (the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration).
Disciplines taught: 
Series of disciplines in the scientific field of: "Communicology", "Government Theory", "Sociology", "Public Relations in State and Local Management".
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