Ресурсный подход к исследованию организаций: теоретические основы
Article examines key constitutional and legislation provisions of the Russian Federation concerning usage, preservation and conservation of natural resources with regard to special rights of indenous peoples.
Motives of organization’ collaboration in the frames of technological platforms are analyzed in the article. Companies’ interactions are studied as interfirm networks, because firms activity in technological platforms can be considered as network structure. As a result of the research, revealed motives are classified according relational (reputation and social capital growth, network position taking) and resource (transactional costs, information and knowledge, innovation etc.) approaches. Motives identification and classification can be useful for companies to make a decision about technological platform joining.
The paper presents the findings of a study of socio-professional status and professionalization of Russian homeopaths. Homeopaths are considered as a professional group, which since the late 1980s follows the path of the institutionalization within Russian healthcare system, alongside with other methods of alternative medicine. Despite the official recognition of the homeopathic method and the development of the homeopathic market, homeopaths position in medical community remains ambiguous. As a methodological framework for the study of social and professional status of homoeopaths were used resource approach and the concepts developed in studies of occupational groups. We analyzed four types of resources - economic, powerful, cultural and social. In so doing, special attention was paid to the professional autonomy as an indicator of power resource group.
The article, based on the broad historiography and for the first time introduced into scientific circulation of archival documents discusses the main directions and mechanisms of advocacy liberated from the German army territories. First of all, there is limited resources for effective advocacy campaigns: lack of maintenance of the rural radio network, the shortfall of information paper, transport problems and lack of professional propagandists. In addition, it is proved that in the universality and multiplicity of the propaganda Soviet propaganda during the great Patriotic war, despite its main focus on mobilization of forces to perform many functions and aired from different ideological orientations. It is concluded that in terms of lack of resources, advocacy efforts in the liberated territories of the RSFSR adopted the periodic nature of campaigns. In addition, mobilization tasks increasingly gave way to the purposes of "re-socialization"" the population of these areas. Finally, emphasis was placed on outreach processing army recruiting call from former occupied areas.