Ecology of human existence: a dictionary. Part II. Media Ecology / edited by Dmitry V. Solomko, Evgeniya P. Emchenko; translated by Anastasia N. Gulevataya, Ekaterina G. Milyaeva, Regina V. Penner, Kirill E. Rezvushkin, Sophia A. Suleimanova. Chelyabinsk : Publishing Center of SUSU, 2022. – 227 p.
The dictionary, through a number of independent but interrelated terms, presents the topic of media ecology or ecology of communication means in the context of the relationship “person – technologized world”, in which an ecological approach seeks to understand the possibilities of modern digital communication technologies. Features and power of modern technologies actualize the need for environmental measurement of relations between the subjects of communication, where it is not expected to reject digital technologies, but we mean the optimal use of all means of communication, taking into account their detection and preservation of human-creative (humanistic) potential. This dictionary is an invitation to co-creation for further research with the aim of comprehending the problem field of the ecology of human existence in the aspect of media ecology.