• Zahro Pakhridin kizi Muminova National University of Uzbekistan
  • D.B. Agzamova National University of Uzbekistan


mediadiscoursive approach, types of mass media


I want to write this article because the media is a multidimensional phenomenon that includes social, cultural, ideological, economic, technical and technological and other parameters.


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How to Cite

Muminova, Z. P. kizi, & Agzamova, D. (2022). Mediadiscurse. Science and Education, 3(5), 1946-1949. Retrieved from



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