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  • Author: Viktor Drozdov, Galina Oleinikova
  • Publication Date: 03-2019
  • Content Type: Journal Article
  • Journal: Studies of Changing Societies Journal (SCS)
  • Institution: Studies of Changing Societies Journal (SCS)
  • Abstract: The role of writing centers in the formation of the academic writing skills and preventing academic plagiarism among students of American and European universities is researched, the experience of writing centers in Ukrainian universities is characterized, the prospects of their activity are determined in the context of the formation of the quality system of higher education in Ukraine. Based on the analysis of the websites of university centers of writing, their structure and forms of work with students of different educational levels are revealed. Defining a wide range of tasks of the writing centers, the author's focus the attention on the methods of preventing academic plagiarism in student works. The article presents the experience of well-known American writing centers with students, specifies online resources that provide a significant amount of methodological materials for the formation of the culture of scientific speech.
  • Topic: Reform, Higher Education, Academia, Writing Center, Plagiarism, Academic Integrity
  • Political Geography: Europe, Ukraine, United States of America
  • Author: Olena Knysh
  • Publication Date: 03-2019
  • Content Type: Journal Article
  • Journal: Studies of Changing Societies Journal (SCS)
  • Institution: Studies of Changing Societies Journal (SCS)
  • Abstract: In recent years, much work has been done to promote integrity in academic community in Ukraine. Still, educational interventions introduced to the local level have not yet become an effective instrument to foster integrity in academia. This paper aims to discuss the key motivational factors that influence the effectiveness of integrity trainings for early-career researchers at Ukrainian universities in order to identify the possibly gaps during implementation of research integrity education at the institutional level. The article is based on the experience of conducting the research integrity workshops at the regional institution of higher education. Data was carried out as a qualitative face-to-face semi-structured interviews to learn about the sources of knowledge on research integrity. The findings of the study may help to identify key factors that influence the effectiveness of research integrity trainings, and develop effective tools to promote research integrity at the Ukrainian higher educational institutions.
  • Topic: Education, Research, Higher Education, Academic Integrity
  • Political Geography: Europe, Ukraine
  • Author: Svitlana Chukanova
  • Publication Date: 03-2019
  • Content Type: Journal Article
  • Journal: Studies of Changing Societies Journal (SCS)
  • Institution: Studies of Changing Societies Journal (SCS)
  • Abstract: As Ukraine has chosen a course to European integration, it is obvious that there is a necessity in revising all the standards and it is very important to pay great attention to education and academic ethics. Especially crucial topics are a violation of Academic Integrity principles such as cheating and plagiarism, thus students must be sure that they know what plagiarism is, and what the consequences of it are.
  • Topic: Law, Ethics, Research, Regional Integration, Higher Education, Academic Integrity
  • Political Geography: Europe, Ukraine
  • Author: Bielova Valeriia
  • Publication Date: 03-2019
  • Content Type: Journal Article
  • Journal: Studies of Changing Societies Journal (SCS)
  • Institution: Studies of Changing Societies Journal (SCS)
  • Abstract: The modern scientific world literally breaks the discussion about the quality of scientific research, the reliability of research practices, the purity of the experiment, plagiarism and dishonesty. Solid men, whose creative reserve is measured by hundreds of scientific publications, and young scientists who are making only first steps in science, officials from science and the scientific community today put forward to each other a huge amount of both fair and fake accusations that can lead to a split of a large Institute of national science and education, the suspension of scientific research, the deformation of their main functions − to pave the way to the truth, and from it — to practice.
  • Topic: Higher Education, Academia, Transition, Academic Integrity
  • Political Geography: Europe, Ukraine
  • Author: Alla Smorodyna
  • Publication Date: 03-2019
  • Content Type: Journal Article
  • Journal: Studies of Changing Societies Journal (SCS)
  • Institution: Studies of Changing Societies Journal (SCS)
  • Abstract: First part of this paper reviews how Ukrainian law regulates creation, disposal and transfer of the intellectual property rights on educational literary works (books, textbooks, study guidelines etc.) produced by the academics employed in Ukrainian Higher Educational Institutions (so called HEIs). Economic intellectual property rights on such works may belong to the academic, to the University or to them jointly. It is proved that academics enjoy with moral intellectual property rights and are keeping such rights not depending on the fact of transfer of the economic intellectual property rights. Second part of this paper reviews issues on regulation and application of the principles of academic integrity to the academics from the perspective of Ukrainian law. As a result it is studied the consequences of breach of academic integrity principles and its co- relation with copyright infringement.
  • Topic: Intellectual Property/Copyright, Law, Higher Education, Academic Integrity
  • Political Geography: Europe, Ukraine
  • Author: Artem Kliuchnikov, Mihai Bocarnea
  • Publication Date: 03-2018
  • Content Type: Journal Article
  • Journal: Studies of Changing Societies Journal (SCS)
  • Institution: Studies of Changing Societies Journal (SCS)
  • Abstract: Russia and Ukraine are two countries that have shared much history together and are sometimes understood as one unified entity. However, these are two different countries with two different cultures, languages, and mentalities. While Russia has been in the focus of leadership research, there are no organizational leadership studies on Ukraine. The purpose of this qualitative inquiry was to explore, describe, and define attributes of an effective leader in Russian and Ukrainian organizations through the lens of Russian and Ukrainian employees and leaders in national organizations and then to compare attributes of an effective leader in Russian and Ukrainian organizations. The research employed phenomenological qualitative inquiry as it focused on the essence of leadership phenomena in Russia and Ukraine and safeguarded against the predetermined understanding of leadership. This research resulted in the development of 10 effective leader attributes that are common both for Russia and Ukraine: (a) authoritarianism, (b) paternalism, (c) professionalism, (d) intellect, (e) laissez-faire, (f) charisma, (g) enthusiasm, (h) morality, (i) trust, and (j) freedom—and two attributes particular to Ukraine only: (a) organizational skills and (b) responsibility. However, the main layer of differences was discovered in the categories that comprised the attributes.
  • Topic: History, Bilateral Relations, Authoritarianism, Leadership
  • Political Geography: Russia, Europe, Eurasia, Ukraine
  • Author: Vill Bakirov
  • Publication Date: 03-2017
  • Content Type: Journal Article
  • Journal: Studies of Changing Societies Journal (SCS)
  • Institution: Studies of Changing Societies Journal (SCS)
  • Abstract: In the early 21st century the Ukrainian society civilizational modernization is far from being over. The current task is to acquire the modern European society model, the society that has overcome the negative attitude to the past and has liberated itself from the utopias concerning the future. The nation has to have an intensive intellectual life and a corresponding infrastructure, whose backbone in the 21st century is formed by the system of authentic universities. The author comes to a conclusion that universities have to realize, fully and responsibly, their mission in the post-industrial world in the third-wave university context, to search for convincing responses to the challenges of time, and, at the same time, must remain the centers of spirituality, culture and the free value-related self-determination of people.
  • Topic: Infrastructure, Culture, Higher Education, Modernization, Society
  • Political Geography: Europe, Ukraine
  • Author: V. O. Trubchaninov
  • Publication Date: 03-2017
  • Content Type: Journal Article
  • Journal: Studies of Changing Societies Journal (SCS)
  • Institution: Studies of Changing Societies Journal (SCS)
  • Abstract: The paper is dedicated to the history of the genesis of the international style and the Ukrainian avant-garde art in particular. The contribution of Kharkiv avant-garde movement to the formation of modern global visual culture is not inferior to the innovations of the artists of the Bauhaus. The first thirty years previous of the last century was a period of ambitious experiments and revolutionary solutions in art. Modern visual culture is a qualitatively new extension of the discoveries of the artists of the era.
  • Topic: History, Arts, Culture
  • Political Geography: Europe, Ukraine