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Irodalom/References 1 Bacon, E. (2014) Neo-collegiality: Restoring Academic Engagement in the Managerial University. London, Leadership

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A tanulmány az elmúlt évtizedek legfontosabb jelenségeit és változásait mutatja be az európai felsőoktatás kormányzati irányításában és az egyetemek kormányzásában. Foglalkozik a rendszerszinttel, azaz a kormányzati felsőoktatás-irányítás eszközeivel és tendenciáival, valamint az intézményi szinttel, azaz a belső irányítás – kormányzás, menedzsment – kérdéseivel, és a két dimenzió összefüggéseivel. Az elemzés a kormányzati magatartással összefüggésben kitér az egyetemek autonómiájának alakulására, a belső irányítás kapcsán részletesen foglalkozik az irányító testületekkel és a külső tagok szerepével. Az eredmények alapján megállapítható, hogy bár az elmúlt évtizedben radikális változások nem következtek be az egyetemek irányításában – kivételt éppen Magyarország képez –, számos országban jellemző az útkeresés, illetve a finomhangolás.

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Since the 1980s there has been an ongoing theoretical debate in the Western literature on the significance of class and gender. The author's aim is to contribute to this debate by testing an empirical aspect previously neglected by researchers: the relative importance of gender compared with that of class. She looked at this aspect in a country in which research on gender is especially scarce: Hungary. The author investigated only one small and specific “slice” of this problem: the relevance of gender and class (measuring the class dimension with class origins) for a person's chances of becoming a top manager in 1993. Her goal was to document and draw attention to the fact that gender proved to be much greater importance from the point of view of live chances than class origins in Hungary. She offesr an explanation for this phenomenon and investigate the intersections of the effects of class origin and gender.

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összefüggései (PhD-értekezés). Pécsi Tudományegyetem, Alkalmazott Pszichológiai Doktori Program. 12 Jacobs, R. (1989) Getting the Measure of Managerial Competence

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Authors: Zoltán Rónay, Dominik Antonowicz, and Marta Jaworska

Irodalom/References 1 Amaral, A., Meek, V. L. & Larsen, I. M. (2003) The Higher Education Managerial Revolution? Dordrecht, Springer

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managerialism (disintegration of collegiality). Chapter 4 (international research stratification) presents the impact of international research networks on the scientific community. Chapter 5 (role stratification) introduces the change in the ratio of teaching

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the institution of general education, a person with a managerial function is appointed as the responsible for the mentoring activity (the deputy director for studies or another qualified person). The activity of the teacher-mentor of insertion and

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linked to administrative and managerial functions, thus aimed at administrators in the field ( Research voor Beleid, 2010 ). “Qualified to teach (QF2TEACH) – Core competencies of adult learning facilitators in Europe” project The QF2TEACH project covered

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other publications. In general, this book deals with managerial decision-making, which (if we want to know them irreducibly and understand it more deeply) we also have to understand two contradictory levels: rationality and intuition. There is no

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successful test in military was with Shani ( 1982 ). His own researches were on PE as a managerial tool ( 1984 ); expectancy and goal-setting that could induce it ( 1988 ); PE’s relation to other SFPs ( 1992 ); PE’s relations to productivity, contrast effect

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