By Vinogradov A. I.

Show description

Read or Download A brief account of the scientific and pedagogical work Yu. V. Linnik PDF

Best education books

Building the Learning Organization: Mastering the 5 Elements for Corporate Learning - 2nd edition

Dozens of up to date and new case reviews exhibit the platforms studying association version in motion and illustrate how 5 targeted subsystems--learning, association, humans, wisdom, and technology--support one another to reinforce the standard and effect of studying.

The Impact of 9 11 on Psychology and Education: The Day that Changed Everything?

The influence of Sept. 11 on Psychology and schooling is the 5th quantity of the six-volume sequence The Day that modified every thing? edited by way of Matthew J. Morgan.  The sequence brings jointly from a huge spectrum of disciplines the best thinkers of our time to mirror on some of the most major occasions of our time.

Extra resources for A brief account of the scientific and pedagogical work Yu. V. Linnik

Example text

However, the Council failed to propose any concrete ideas for its practical transformation. The same notion was also contained in the Commission’s programme for 1985, in which Delors presented the concept of ‘The European Social Area’ in his introductory speech before the European Parliament on 12 March 1985. He stressed that the advantages of the single market would be given away if some countries tried to grasp advantages at the price of social regress. 4 The ad hoc committee for institutional reforms (Dooge Committee),5 created by the European Council in Fontainebleau in June 1984, demanded in its final report6 submitted to the European Council in Brussels in March 1985 ‘the gradual realization of a European social area as the logical result of an economically integrated, dynamic, and competitive Community’.

How these sociological questions are answered in the practice of power will decide much of the future of Europe and of Europeans. Sociologists have usually been both suspicious of and suspect to power, with good reasons for both. But we have also a tradition, strengthened in recent decades, of speaking up to the powers that be. And as social scientists, we have no escape from social responsibility. NOTES 1. The historian’s view of comparative social revolutions is not, of course, identical with the bitter experience of the participants.

NOTES 1. The historian’s view of comparative social revolutions is not, of course, identical with the bitter experience of the participants. While from a cool historical observer’s perspective the Eastern European social change appears extraordinarily lucky, a participant may see the limited Western aid as an expression of ‘the Choir of the Old European Hypocrisy’, as the Hungarian writer Peter Nádas put it in his acceptance speech on receiving the German Book Prize of European Understanding. 2.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.27 of 5 – based on 7 votes