One of the chapters in Springer’s newly released academic volume Transforming Education is co-authored by IOE education innovation researcher Diana Koroleva. Entitled Coup D’etat in the Panopticon: Social Networking in Education, the paper has been inspired by a series of seminars in philosophy Diana was attending on her doctoral track at the IOE Graduate School of Education.
Springer, one of the world's leading publishers of scientific literature, has launched a new book series, entitled ‘Societies and political orders in transition’. The series has been initiated by the HSE Faculty of Social Sciences, and three HSE representatives are members of the series International Advisory Board, with the other four members coming from universities in Germany, UK and the USA.
The latest issue of the Foresight Journal (vol. 11. No. 2), published as a special issue, looks at various aspects of integrating universities’ educational, research, and innovative activities in a ‘knowledge triangle.’ Experts from Austria, Indonesia, Iran, Russia, Sweden, and the UK, as well as representatives of the OECD had the opportunity to share their knowledge in this field.
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Гордин В. Э., Матецкая М. В., Хорева Л. В. В кн.: XI международная научная конференция по проблемам развития экономики и общества: В 3 кн. Кн. 1.. Кн. 1. М.: Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ, 2011. С. 397-403.
Margarita Kuleva. Working Papers of Centre for German and European Studies. Centre for German and European Studies, 2014. No. 7.
The paper examines social features and cultural profile of the audience of Manifesta 10, first global scaled art-event ever hold in St. Petersburg and Russia as well. Based on the empirical study of 400 formalized interviews with biennale visitors (July-September 2014), this paper compares the audience of Manifesta 10 with visitors of European art-events, firstly previous edition of Manifesta. Despite the democratization of the field of contemporary art (including the elimination of the financial barrier to access to the exhibition), the research shows that the majority of visitors are people with higher education and income slightly exceeding national average. The significant differences were found also: Russian audience is biased towards younger visitors (more than 70% is younger than 35) and gender misbalanced. The study also shows the differences between the patterns of art-tourism in Russia and Europe: European event attracts larger flows from neighboring regions, in Russia there is a long tail: small groups from many distant locations.