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Volume 1'2019Academic Integrity

Studies for Changing Societies:  Academic Integrity in Transitional Societies 

 

About special issue:
The aim of the special issue is to create a platform to share best practices, successful ideas, initiatives and developments in the field of academic integrity and ethics. It will also disseminate unique Ukrainian experience of building new academic culture.  Created platform for discussions on AI and ethics in education and beyond will open a discussion and engage other countries and academics to play an important role in bringing together countries from East Europe (including Post-Soviet Union republics), Central Europe and USA to build strong bridges and conduct united front to fight corruption, dishonesty and plagiarism in education. Special issue “Academic Integrity in Transitional Societies” will provide enthusiasts and professionals an opportunity to establish patterns for life-long integrity in all areas of life. The language of the journal – English – will make this issue accessible for international readers and partners and widen the audience. Up to 10 carefully selected articles submitted by authors/groups of authors via open-call announcement will form a special issue “Academic Integrity in Transitional Societies” that will be presented and distributed publicly in March  2019.
Submission and selection process:
All researchers interested in the field connected to academic integrity are invited to submit their papers.
Articles are subject to double-blind anonymous peer review by experts, proofreading and editing to be carried out by organizers.
 The selected manuscripts will be published free of cost.

Submissions should be made in English and should conform to SCS Journal Instruction to Authors and Author Guidelines.

Deadline for articles submissions: December 1, 2018
 
Organization committee:
American Councils for International Education
Strengthening Academic integrity in Ukraine Project (SAIUP)
Studies for Changing Societies Journal
Fairfield University
 
Partners: 
US Embassy in Ukraine
Unicheck.com - Antiplagiarism Software Company
 
Editorial board:
 
Olga Guzhva (General Editor)
Assistant Professor 
V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University
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Dr. Kathryn Nantz (Responsible Editor)*
Professor of Economics 
Chair of the Economics Department
Fairfield University
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University profile: https://www.fairfield.edu/lassochannel/academic/profile/index.lasso?id=155

Dr. David Schmidt (Responsible Editor)*
Associate Professor of Business Ethic
Director for the Center of Applied Ethics
Dolan School of Business
Fairfield University
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University profile: https://www.fairfield.edu/lassochannel/academic/profile/index.lasso?id=202&tab=2
 

Board members: 
 
Dr. Tricia Bertram Gallant, Ph.D. 
Board Member of International Center for Academic Integrity
Director of Academic Integrity Office, Academic Affairs
UC San Diego
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University profile: https://academicintegrity.ucsd.edu/about/staff/index.html

Dr. David Rettinger, Ph. D.
President of International Center for Academic Integrity
Associate Professor of Psychology
Executive Director of the Center for Honor, Leadership, & Service
University of Mary Washington
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Dr. Dan E. Davidson
Senior Academic Advisor
Director, American Councils Research Center (ARC) 
President Emeritus, American Councils for International Education 
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Dr. Jennie Miron, BScN(H), MSc, PhD (Nursing), Reg.N.,
Professor Bachelor of Nursing 
Humber--University of New Brunswick Collaborative Programme
Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning
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Mgr. Tomas Foltynek, Ph.D.
President
European Network for Academic Integrity
Assistant Professor
Department of Informatics
Mendel University in Brno
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Marta Kolomayets
Director
Fulbright Program in Ukraine
Institute for International Education
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Dr. Serhiy Kvit, Ph. D.
Director
Center for Education Quality Assurance
National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
Ex-Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine in 2014-16 
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Dr. Taras Finikov, Ph. D.
Professor of History
Warsaw University (Poland)
President
International Foundation for Education Policy Research (Ukraine)
Ex-Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Ukraine in 2008-2009
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Profile: http://iro.org.ua/en/main/expert/12

 

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Volume1'2018

©SCS Journal  ISSN  2225- 2215

Study of Changing Societies: Comparative and  Interdisciplinary Focus,

Vol. 1' 2018 OPEN ISSUE 

Editorial Board:

Dr. Artem Kliuchnikov, Dr. Mihai Bocarnea, Regent University (USA),Dr. Scott Livingston, Livingston Consulting Group (USA),Dr. Vern Ludden, Center for Leadership and Virtues (USA), Dr. Ken Rauch, Educational Consultant (USA), Dr. Samir Moussalli, Huntingdon College (USA), Dr. Jim "Gus" Gustafson, Center for Values-Driven Leadership (USA), Dr. Rob Elkington, Yorkville University (USA), Dr. Joanne Barnes, Indiana Wesleyan University (USA)Dr. Marta Bennett, Kenya International Leadership University (Kenya), Dr. Mike Linville, Managing Editor - for Special Issue Dr. Carolyn Roark, Submissions Editor

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Artem Kliuchnikov, Mihai Bocarnea EFFECTIVE LEADERSHIP IN RUSSIA AND UKRAINE: PHENOMENOLOGICAL INQUIRY p. 3-39  Download full pdf

DOI10.1517/scs-2018-001© SCS Journal

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.

Keywords: organizational leadership, leadership, leader attributes.

Stan Amaladas, Ray Becvar   Where Nothing is Felt, Nothing Matters: Facilitating Healing in an Era of Global Violence p. 40-79  Download full pdf

DOI: 10.2478/scs-2018-0002© SCS Journal

In our era of global violence and counter-violence, where acts of violence are received with further acts of violence that are motivated by the malice of rage, we appear to be prisoners trapped in a cage. Does it have to remain this way? Beginning with the premise that the fundamental act of leadership is to influence people to be aware of what they feel so that they can be moved to purposeful action, we speak to the urgent and important work of leaders and followers to feel the need to terminate ongoing cycles of global violence, for the sake of lifting people above the conflicts that tear a society apart and unite them in pursuits of objectives worthy of their best efforts. Why? Because where nothing is felt, nothing matters. Where nothing is felt, there will be no real change. For the sake of real change, we also argue that we will be better served, if we intentionally attend to the patterns that connect, rather than divide, Western and non-Western/African/Indigenous ways of thinking.  Within the context of violence, we offer a way to listen to the healing power of stories which cuts across time and cultures.  For the sake of pursuing objectives that are worthy of our best efforts, we also focus on the stories of public/ political apologies and the madness of forgiving the unforgivable atrocities of humankind.

 Keywords: counter-violence, acts of violence, leadership, leadership challenges.

 

WHERE FOOLS RUSH IN: Why Armed Intervention Failed to Create Political Reconciliation in Somalia p. 80-103 Download full pdf

©Dr. Joseph P. Alessiinstructor of Leadership Studies, Department of Interdisciplinary Programs at Slippery Rock University

 

To be successful in today's world, leaders must understand the idea of culture. When the word culture is associated with leadership, many might first think of the culture that leadership creates within the framework of an organization. But for leaders who must operate in a tumultuous world connected by modern media, the word literally refers to the understanding of the people and places where they intend to inject themselves. Where Fools Rush In is a study of the failed U.N. and U.S. interventions to create stability and political reconciliation in Somalia from 1992 to 1995, due to the cultural misunderstanding of U.N. and U.S. leaders that created flawed mission objectives. World leaders must make difficult decisions when intervening in the political and social strife of nations when faced with the reality of human catastrophe and genocide. The questions will always remain as to if, how much, and what kind of intervention must occur. The choices are simple: standby, do nothing and watch, or intervene. What international leaders must understand is that, regardless of the boundaries and governmental systems implanted in former colonial and Cold War territories, the people developed their own systems of social organization and governance that predated European or U.S intrusion. When chaos erupts in these areas and the vestiges of these former systems collapse, the indigenous people more often than not return to their deeply entrenched cultural systems to create stability in these regions. Therefore, it is paramount for intervening parties to fully understand these cultural systems and implications if they hope to achieve any level of success. Ultimately, U.N. and U.S. leaders failed in Somalia because they failed to understand the people and their culture. Rather, they ignored it and viewed the situation from purely an ethnocentric western political perspective. 

 

Keywords: Leadership, Somalia, Boutros-Ghali, UNOSOM, Intervention, Peace, Reconciliation

 

Decolonizing Leadership Studies: Overcoming Obstacles Toward an Intercultural Dialogue Between Knowledges  p. 104-127 Download full pdf

© Toni Jimenez-Luque, Ph.D.Gonzaga University

 Keywords: intercultural dialogue, decolonizing leadership

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Volume 1'2017

©SCS Journal  ISSN  2225- 2215

Study of Changing Societies: Comparative and  Interdisciplinary Focus,

Vol. 1' 2017

General Editors: Olga Guzhva

Articles are subject to double blind anonymous peer review by experts, proof reading, and editing to be carried out by organizers.

Submissions should be made in English and should conform to the Instruction to Authors and Author Guidelines

First, you need to get registration on site.

Editorial Board:

 Dr. Roman Sheiko,  Dr. Anna Amelina, Prof. Alpaslan Özerdem, Dr. Biswajit Mohapatra, Dr. Vincenzo Cicchelli, Prof. Vittorio Cotesta, Dr. Miŝo Dokmanovic, Prof. Jan M. Fritz, Dr. David Galbreath, Dr.David Görömbölyi, Dr. Boyd Johnson, Dr. Iryna Kosulya, Dr. Florent Marciacq, Dr. Javier Garcia Marin, Prof. Jonathan Mendilow, Dr. David Ondracka, Prof. Olexandr Serdyuk, Dr. Nataliya Velikaya, Prof. Francesco Villa, Dr. John P. Willerton,  Dr. Martin Carrier, Prof. Yuriy Dubenskiy, Prof. Paulette Kurzer, Prof. William Dixon, Prof. Kostas Ant Lavdas, Dr. Muhammad Tahir Tabassum, Akbar Valadbigi, Prof Dr Svetla Koleva, Dr Arthur Atanesyan. Prof Dr Khaladdin C. İbrahimli (Azerbaijan) Head of Research and Development Department Azerbaijan Tourism Institute

 

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Civilizational Transformation of Society: The Value Dimension p 3-26   Download full text

© Vill Bakirov, Rektor of V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University (Ukraine) Doctor of Sciences (Sociology), Full Professor, Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Corresponding Member of the Academy Pedagogical Sciences of Ukraine 

 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.

 Keywords: civilizational transformation, modernization, society, value, university.

 

METHODS OF TEACHING BA STUDENTS ACADEMIC INTEGRITY AT UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES       p 27 - 42   Download full text

© Svitlana Chukanova  Ph.D. (Ed), Coordinator of Viktor Kytasty American Library, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, 8/5 Voloska Str., Kyiv, 04070, Ukraine. E-mail: Этот адрес электронной почты защищён от спам-ботов. У вас должен быть включен JavaScript для просмотра.   http://orcid.org/0000-0002-5717-5050

 This article is dedicated to the topic of instructing academic integrity in the university libraries. Nowadays this topic is very important among university librarians in Ukraine as the Academic Integrity Movement came to our country. A model of such possible course is presented in this article. This course can work for Ukrainian university libraries in terms of the project Strengthening Academic Integrity in Ukrainian Higher Education Program.

 Keywords: academic integrity, code of honor, higher educational establishment, American Councils, Ukraine, SAIUP, academic ethics, plagiarism, corruption, fair academic principles.

 

 

SOCIAL AND CULTURAL ASPECT OF PUBLIC MANAGEMENT  p 43 -60   Download full text

© Serhii I. Chernov, Doctor of Science in Public Administration  Head of the Kharkiv Oblast Council  Professor of Management and Administration O.M. Beketov National University  of Urban Economy in Kharkiv

 © Маryna M. Novikova Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor The Head of Management and  Administration Department of O. M. Beketov National University  of Urban Economy in Kharkov   

© Svitlana O. Gaiduchenko Candidate of Science in Public Administration, Associate Professor Associate Professor of Management and Administration of  O.M. Beketov National University  of Urban Economy in Kharkiv

 The article deals with the potential of the systemic organizational culture in public management regarding the issues of territorial communities. The authors also give their own opinion on the sociocultural model of management processes of organizational changes in state agencies and local authorities, and also in non-governmental organizations associated with the formation of capable local communities.

 Keywords:  decentralization of power, voluntary associations, capable municipalities, system potential, the organizational culture of public administration, public management, mission, strategy, values, value orientations, far-seeing plan.

 

PARTICULARISM IN POLITICAL DECISION-MAKING: CONSTRUCTIVE OR DESTRUCTIVE p.61-83 Download full text

 

© Nataliya Vinnykova, (Ukraine) Department of Political Science, V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Kharkiv, Office 4-52,  Mаjdan Svobody, 4, 61022, Email: Этот адрес электронной почты защищён от спам-ботов. У вас должен быть включен JavaScript для просмотра.

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 This paper is aimed at the impact of particularism in political decision-making. It is argued that political decisions are particularistic according to the goal and circumstances, in which they are made. It is still unclear, which consequences – good or bad – particularistic component of political decisions may lead to. The focal question is to what extent the particularism in political decisions can help in resolving social problems or does harm to society.  In the framework of the network analysis, the article presents organizational and procedural examples of particularism predominance and political means of its balancing. As an illustration of a completely particularistic system by institutional and practical means of decision-making, the case of Ukraine is showed. It is ascertained that the dominance of particularism in political decision-making can lead to ambivalent effects: being highly destructive for the stability of the system it can be saving for democratic modes of governance.

 Keywords: particularism, political decisions, political networks, groups of interests, clubs.

 

DEMOCRATIC GOVERNANCE AND THE FRIGHTENING IMPACT OF CORRUPTION IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIAN SOCIETY Download full text

© Chukwu, Christian Chima, PhD & Chukwu, Florence Nneka Department of Sociology/Intelligence & Security Studies Novena University, Ogume, Delta State, Nigeria www.novenauniversity.edu.ng E-mail: Этот адрес электронной почты защищён от спам-ботов. У вас должен быть включен JavaScript для просмотра.  

 

 

 

On the Question of the Genesis of the International Style. The Contribution of Kharkiv Avant-garde Movement of the 1920s–1930s to the Formation of the Modern Visual Culture Download full text

© Trubchaninov V. O. PhD student of H. S. Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University (Ukraine), School of History, Этот адрес электронной почты защищён от спам-ботов. У вас должен быть включен JavaScript для просмотра.

 

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Volume 1'2016

©SCS Journal  ISSN  2225- 2215

Study of Changing Societies: Comparative and  Interdisciplinary Focus,

Vol. 1' 2016

General Editors: Olga Guzhva

Articles are subject to double blind anonymous peer review by experts, proof reading and editing to be carried out by organizers.

Submissions should be made in English and should conform to the Instruction to Authors and Author Guidelines

First you need get registration on site.

Editorial Board:

 Dr. Roman Sheiko,  Dr. Anna Amelina, Prof. Alpaslan Özerdem, Dr. Biswajit Mohapatra, Dr. Vincenzo Cicchelli, Prof. Vittorio Cotesta, Dr. Miŝo Dokmanovic, Prof. Jan M. Fritz, Dr. David Galbreath, Dr.David Görömbölyi, Dr. Boyd Johnson, Dr. Iryna Kosulya, Dr. Florent Marciacq, Dr. Javier Garcia Marin, Prof. Jonathan Mendilow, Dr. David Ondracka, Prof. Olexandr Serdyuk, Dr. Nataliya Velikaya, Prof. Francesco Villa, Dr. John P. Willerton,  Dr. Martin Carrier, Prof. Yuriy Dubenskiy, Prof. Paulette Kurzer, Prof. William Dixon, Prof. Kostas Ant Lavdas, Dr. Muhammad Tahir Tabassum, Akbar Valadbigi, Prof Dr Svetla Koleva, Dr Arthur Atanesyan. Prof Dr Khaladdin C. İbrahimli (Azerbaijan) Head of Research and Development Department Azerbaijan Tourism Institute

 

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Volume1'2 2015

©SCS Journal  ISSN  2225- 2215

Study of Changing Societies: Comparative and  Interdisciplinary Focus,

Vol. 1'2 2015

General Editors: Olga Guzhva

Articles are subject to double blind anonymous peer review by experts, proof reading and editing to be carried out by organizers.

Submissions should be made in English and should conform to the Instruction to Authors and Author Guidelines

 

Editorial Board:

 Dr. Roman Sheiko,  Dr. Anna Amelina, Prof. Alpaslan Özerdem, Dr. Biswajit Mohapatra, Dr. Vincenzo Cicchelli, Prof. Vittorio Cotesta, Dr. Miŝo Dokmanovic, Prof. Jan M. Fritz, Dr. David Galbreath, Dr.David Görömbölyi, Dr. Boyd Johnson, Dr. Iryna Kosulya, Dr. Florent Marciacq, Dr. Javier Garcia Marin, Prof. Jonathan Mendilow, Dr. David Ondracka, Prof. Olexandr Serdyuk, Dr. Nataliya Velikaya, Prof. Francesco Villa, Dr. John P. Willerton,  Dr. Martin Carrier, Prof. Yuriy Dubenskiy, Prof. Paulette Kurzer, Prof. William Dixon, Prof. Kostas Ant Lavdas, Dr. Muhammad Tahir Tabassum, Akbar Valadbigi, Prof Dr Svetla Koleva, Dr Arthur Atanesyan. Prof Dr Khaladdin C. İbrahimli (Azerbaijan) Head of Research and Development Department Azerbaijan Tourism Institute

 

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