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Studying the methods of communication between journalists and the audience is very important in the current conditions of active political, cultural and religious dialogue between the Uzbek public. In the 21st century, interactivity as the most optimal form of communication has also influenced the genre system of journalism. Previously, when dialogue in the media appeared only in interviews, now there is a system of dialogic genres and this system needs to be studied. It is this group of dialogic genres that plays an extremely important role in the democratization of journalism in Uzbekistan. In this article, the modification changes occurring in the modern system of journalism genres will be studied through the system of dialogic genres. As an important factor that directly influenced the development of dialogic genres in the works, the author explains the changes in the socio - political system observed in the USSR and its constituent republics in the 90s of the XX century, as well as the processes of communication and interactivity in the information society. After all, if we talk about the influence of today's intercativity on the creative process of a journalist, then the material published on the Internet, thanks to the opinions expressed by readers, the journalistic text acquires a new form and content. An experienced journalist who fully understands effective ways to convey his article is recognized by his audience. To do this, the journalist must be aware of the interests, needs and problems of the reader, have close contact with him.
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