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Year
2017
Issue
2
Pages
124-131
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Section СОЦИОЛОГИЯ. ПОЛИТОЛОГИЯ. МЕЖДУНАРОДНЫЕ ОТНОШЕНИЯ
Title THE MANAGERIAL ASPECTS OF THE SOCIO-CULTURAL MATRIX OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALIZATION
Author(-s) Neborskiy E.V.
Abstract Modern universities found themselves in the new conditions caused by the processes of globalization. There are observed such phenomena as "academic capitalism", the internationalization of higher education, changes in the contours of the labor market, etc., which are important to take into account in the strategic management of the university. At the same time, each state and culture develop a combination of patterns that form a sociocultural matrix. The author conducted a study based on a series of expert interviews with representatives of the administration of the Udmurt State University (Russia) and Erfurt University (Germany). On the basis of the data obtained from the informants, the most significant features were identified, interpreted, and classified into two groups of factors, external and internal. A comparative analysis of the principles of organizing the management of the higher education system and the analysis of the sociocultural content of the concepts "education", "university", and "university mission" were carried out.
Keywords sociology of education, higher education, university, sociology of management, sociocultural matrix
UDC 316.74
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