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2013 | 32 |
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New mechanisms for managing education research in the region

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This paper presents the author’s position on the mechanisms of management of education research at the regional level the key feature of which is their social nature. In accordance with theprocesses of globalization, the construction of the European research and education space, the objectives of which are intended to achieve some new quality of education, the author focuses on the holisticresearch programs as strategies for managing education research, science laboratories as a form of a network research organization, negotiation platforms as a possible form of social planning andresearch expertise in democratic governance.
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32
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2013
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2015-07-09
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