BYKOV Ilya
BYKOV Ilya

Associate professor at the Department of Public Relations in Politics and Public Administration

Qualifications

Ilya Bykov holds Master's degree (specialist - in Russian) in Political science and PhD in Political science (kandidat nauk) from St.Petersburg State University.

Working Experience

2010-present - Associate professor, St.Petersburg State University, Department of Public Relations in Politics and Public Administration

2010-2011 - Associate professor, St.Petersburg State University, Department of Public Relations

2009-2010 - Visiting scholar, University of Utah, Department of Political Science

2008-2009 - Associate professor, St.Petersburg State University, Department of Public Relations

2001-2008 - Lecturer, St.Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, Department of Sociology and Political Science

Responsibilities

Dr. Bykov teaches several courses: The Basics of Public Relations in Politics, The Administrative Reforms and Government Relations in Russia, The Information Technologies in Public Relations.

Main Fields of Research

Political Communications

Theory of Social Networking

Information and Communication Technologies and Politics

Publications

Bykov I., Mazhorov D., Slutsky P., Filatova O. (2010) Internet Technologies in Public Relations: Textbook. St.Petersburg: St.Petersburg State University Press. 275 p. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2010) Internet Technologies in the Barak Obama's Election Campaign. The Herald of Perm State University. N 1. P. 48-58. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2009) Branding Techniques: Textbook. St.Petersburg: St.Petersburg State University Press. 70 p. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2008) Cyberspace as a Factor of Development of Political Ideologies. Political Science. N 2. P. 55-65. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2008) Russian Internet and Political Communications during the Last 10 Years. What is farther? In Political Psychology, Culture and Communications / Ed. by E. Shestopal. Moscow: Russian Political Science Association. P. 240-254. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2008) Internet Governance as an Agenda for Modern International Relations. Political Expertise Journal. N 2. P. 114-121. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2005) E-Democracy Vs E-Government: Conceptual Opposition? Political Expertise Journal. N 3. P. 69-79. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2005) On-line Media-Relations. Saint-Petersburg School of Public Relations / Ed. by A.D. Krivonosov. Vol. 3, Saint-Petersburg: Saint-Petersburg State University Press. P. 24-39. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2004) Theories of Information Society. Review Article based on Frank Websters book. Journal of Sociology and Social Anthropology. N 4. P. 213-214.

Bykov, I. (2003) Organizing and Implementing Public Relations Campaigns. Saint-Petersburg: Saint-Petersburg State University of Telecommunications. 58 p. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2002) Political Parties and Movements. In Political Science / Ed. by V.P. Milezkyi. Saint-Petersburg: Saint-Petersburg State University of Telecommunications. P. 127-123. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2002) Political Relations and Processes. In Political Science / Ed. by V.P. Milezkyi. Saint-Petersburg: Saint-Petersburg State University of Telecommunications. P. 119-126. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2000) Public Relations and Political Parties in Modern Russia. In Public Relations and Politics / Ed. by V.E. Goncharov. Saint-Petersburg: Saint-Petersburg State University of Telecommunications. P. 35-48. (In Russian)

Conference papers

Bykov, I. (2009) Social Networks in the Barak Obama's Election Campaign. Presentation at the 5th Congress of Russian Political Science Association, Moscow (Russia), 20-22 November 2009. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2008) Impact of On-line Political Communications on the Election Results: Russian Experience during the Period of 2007-2008. Presentation at the Conference Internet and Modern Society, Saint-Petersburg (Russia), 28-30 October 2008. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2008) Politics of Internet Control in Belarus and Russia. Paper Presented at the Conference Challenges to democratic governance in new democracies in CEE and the Balkans, Budapest (Hungary), 10-11th October 2008. (In English)

Bykov, I. (2008) Freedom of Speech in Russian Internet: Does It Matter? Presentation at the Warsaw East European Conference Freedom and Power, Warsaw (Poland), 15-18th July 2008. (In English)

Bykov, I. (2007) Internet as a Formation Factor for Modern Ideologies. Presentation at the Conference Internet and Modern Society, Saint-Petersburg (Russia), 23-25 October 2007. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2007) Political Parties and Russian Internet: From Double-Stage to Direct Communication with Voters. Presentation at the 4th Congress of Russian Political Science Association, Moscow (Russia), 20-22 October 2007. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2006) Internet as a Medium of Political Communication in Russia in Herald of Humanity Department, Saint-Petersburg State University of Telecommunications, 2006, 3, Pp. 113-124. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2006) Web-site as an Instrument of Political Communications. Presentation at the Conference Communications and Construction of Social Reality, Saint-Petersburg (Russia), June 2006. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2005) Parliaments and Cyberspace: Comparing Russia and Belarus Experiences. Presentation at the Conference Comparative Research of Parliamentary Bodies and Russian Experience, Saint-Petersburg (Russia), 15-16 December 2005. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2004) Political Communications in Russian Internet: Content Analysis Research. Presentation at the Conference Public Relations in Post-Industrial Society, Saint-Petersburg (Russia), 10-12 November 2004. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (2003) Political Communications in the Circumstances of Managed Democracy. Presentation at the Conference Information-Communication-Society, Saint-Petersburg (Russia), 17-18 November 2003. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (1999) Problems of Incoherency between Election Systems and Forms of Government in Russia and Ukraine. Presentation at the Conference Political Management: Theory, Methodology, and Practice, Saint-Petersburg (Russia), May 1999. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (1999) Transitology and Reality of Russian Political Institutionalization. Presentation at the Conference Political Science and Political Process in Russia, Saint-Petersburg. (In Russian)

Bykov, I. (1998) Elections as a Criteria of Russian Democratization. Presentation at the Conference Applied Political Science and Modern Political Process in Russia, Saint-Petersburg (Russia), 24-25 April 1998. (In Russian)

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