Title (eng)

Sustainability of science in a post-covid world

Editor

Irene Sibgatullina-Denis

P. Sebastian Max Hacker

Alica Vančová

Alla Kirsha

Publishing

IfII Institut für Intellektuelle Integration

Description

"Recently, many universities around the world have reported dissynchronous phenomena in education. When we talk about dissynchrony, we always mean the phenomena of misalignment and unbalance. If this is “multiplied” by the situational economic and social picture of the 2020 pandemic, in which diseases and deaths, declining incomes of University employees, mass departure of foreign students from the territories of University countries, the loss of jobs of University administrators, and the crisis of academic mobility have acquired visible and tangible forms of real losses, then we can talk about the turbulence of today’s reality." (from Editor´s Foreword)
This monograph focuses on the reflections of university scientists in the EU and the CIS countries regarding the sustainability of science in the post-Covid time from the perspective of the humanities and social sciences.

Object languages

English

German

Date

2021

Rights

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a
CC BY-SA 4.0 - Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

CC BY-SA 4.0 International

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/

Classification

Science, Covid

Member of the Collection(s) (3)

o:424738 Openaire v3.0 collection
o:168770 Open Access Collection
o:1381086 Sustainability of science in a post-covid world : monograph and articles

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