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Первый заместитель декана — Миронюк Михаил Григорьевич
Заместитель декана по наукам о поведении — Ключарев Василий Андреевич
Заместитель декана по методической работе — Кожанов Андрей Александрович
Заместитель декана по работе со школами и абитуриентами — Сорвин Кирилл Валентинович
Заместитель декана по науке — Мавлетова Айгуль Маратовна
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Важным аспектом эффективности стратегии коммеморации, воплощенной в ритуалах, архивах, виртуальных практиках и прочем, является предложенный термин резонанса – как отклик на связность содержания и формы коммеморативной практики. Интересный вопрос, насколько новые медиа, прежде всего интернет, вызывают резонанс с размещаемым в сети содержанием коллективных памятей, прошедших переоценку в оффлайне. Так состоялось ли интернет-переоткрытие Афганского феномена? На наш взгляд, произошла скорее капсулизация этого феномена, бегство от резонанса как особенность виртуализации военной памяти об Афганской войне.
This is a protocol for a Cochrane Review (Intervention). The objectives are as follows: To evaluate the effectiveness and safety of arbidol in preventing and treating influenza in adults and children. © 2017 The Cochrane Collaboration.
In this paper we consider asymptotic expansions for a class of sequences of symmetric functions of many variables. Applications to classical and free probability theory are discussed.
This article addresses the relationship between the concepts of national identity and biopolitics by examining a border-transit camp for repatriates, refugees and asylum seekers in Germany. Current studies of detention spaces for migrants have drawn heavily on Agamben’s reflection on the “camp” and “homo-sacer”, where the camp is analyzed as a space in permanent state of exception, in which the government exercises sovereign power over the refugee as the ultimate biopolitical subject. But what groups of people can end up at a camp, and does the government treat all groups in the same way? This article examines the German camp for repatriates, refugees and asylum seekers as a space where the state’s borders are demarcated and controlled through practices of bureaucratic and narrative differentiation between various groups of people. The author uses the concept of detention space to draw a theoretical link between national identity and biopolitics, and demonstrates how the sovereign’s practices of control and differentiation at the camp construct German national identity through defining “nonmembers” of the state. The study draws on ethnographic fieldwork at the German border transit camp Friedland and on a discourse analysis of texts produced at the camp or for the camp.
This chapter analyses the nature of the Brazilian socio-political protests that sparked in 2013 and are still going on today. The focus on determining the main drivers of the movement, protesters’ demands, new forms of collective action and the resulting political changes allows me to trace an important change in the Brazilian democracy as a whole. These protests are neither a one-shot deal, nor an institutionalized social movement. I argue that they rather represent a demand of protesters for participation in the permanent dialogue between the power and the public on every single issue that troubles at least some groups of the society. In this sense, such protests may indicate a completely novel era in the Brazilian democracy that renders representative democracy obsolete and insufficient, while the demands for participatory democracy are being increasingly voiced. Importantly, this mode of protesting proves rather efficient in terms of real changes in politics it brought.
The study examines whether the positive relationship, observed in previous study, between self-efficacy and work engagement is observed also at the collective level, between collective organizational efficacy and collective work engagement. Moreover, the moderating role of specific collective organizational efficacy is analysed. A questionnaire, administered to 358 employees from 13 Italian companies of the Food & Beverage sector, included three scales: 1) general collective organizational efficacy scale (Bohn, 2010); 2) specific collective organizational efficacy in internationalization, developed for the present study, and 3) collective work engagement scale. Results showed a positive relationship between collective organizational efficacy and collective work engagement. Specific collective organizational efficacy moderates the effect only for the vigor and absorption dimensions of collective work engagement, suggesting that employees are engaged in their job when they perceive that the organization is very effective, or ineffective, in general and in a specific task. The practical implications of the results of the present study are discussed.