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Author Salem, A. (Writer on sociology)
Title Higher Education in Post-Communist States : Comparative and Sociological Perspectives.
Imprint La Vergne : Ibidem Press, 2018.

Author Salem, A. (Writer on sociology)
Series Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society
Soviet and post-Soviet politics and society.
Subject Education, Higher -- Economic aspects -- Former Soviet republics.
Education, Higher -- Social aspects -- Former Soviet republics.
Universities and colleges -- Europe, Eastern.
Alt Name Morgan, D. (David) (Writer on architectural history)
Hazeldine, G. (Gary)
Description 1 online resource (277 pages).
polychrome rdacc
Note Print version record.
Contents Intro; Contents; The Ends of Higher Education; Financing Higher Education: Policy Transformations in Lithuania; Local Global: Global Society and Higher Education in Hungary; The Role of Civic Education at University: Lessons from Azerbaijan; Teaching Social Science at Post-Soviet Universities: Challenges for Visiting Lecturers in the Former USSR; The Development of Journalism Higher Education in Georgia: from Soviet to European; Dedifferentiation and Ecological Dominance: The Case of Russian Higher Education; Pedagogies, Technologies and Social Formations
Note Marketisation as Social Control: Critical Reflections on Post-Soviet Higher Education
ISBN 3838271831
9783838271835 (electronic bk.)
OCLC # 1078560852
Additional Format Print version: Salem, A. Higher Education in Post-Communist States : Comparative and Sociological Perspectives. La Vergne : Ibidem Press, ©2018

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