The forecasting of culture of trust in the agents of educational process at a university
The cases of two Kaliningrad universities are used in a forecast study of the interpersonal aspect of culture of students’ and teachers’ trust within higher professional education. The author gives a definition of the culture of trust between the agents of educational process and outlines the structure of this notion. The article presents the students’ and teachers’ forecasts of the culture of trust between the agents of educational process in future.
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Effective risk communication as a factor in managing protests attitudes in a local community
... residents opposed the development of a potassium salt deposit. It is concluded that egalitarians and communitarians are more likely than hierarchists and individualists to participate in protests when a serious environmental threat arises. Respondents of all cultural types tend to trust information coming from their close social network, public figures, and environmentalists whereas people of business are trusted the least.
Krishtal, M. I., Shchekoturov, A. V.
risk communication, cultural theory, local community, protest
Lessing’s Hamburg Dramaturgy in the “codes of hope” discourse of the Enlightenment
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Countries of the Baltic Region in the Global Culinary Space
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The moving boundaries of news translation
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Local Border Traffic as a Form of Visa Liberalisation and Territorial Development
This article addresses the issue of visa liberalisation between Russia and the European Union, which constitutes a key ... ... of small frontier movement], 2014, Pol'skij kul'turnyj centr v Kaliningrade [Polish Cultural Center in Kaliningrad], available at: http://www.polska-kaliningrad.ru/home/10-newsfrompoland/3660-granitsa-protsvetaet-dva-goda-mpp... ... v ramkah obshhego prostranstva svobody, bezopasnosti i pravosudija [The problem of trust Russia and the EU in the framework of the common space of freedom, security and...