22.02.2019 | 
Science
ANALYSIS OF THE OPINIONS OF ARMENIANS ABOUT SPRING EVENTS OF 2018: A NEW VOLUME OF “ANALYTICAL BULLETIN” HAS BEEN LAUNCHED
ANALYSIS OF THE OPINIONS OF ARMENIANS ABOUT SPRING EVENTS OF 2018: A NEW VOLUME OF “ANALYTICAL BULLETIN” HAS BEEN LAUNCHED
The presentation-discussion of the new issue of “Analytical bulletin” entitled “Events of 2018 in Armenia: network thinking” was held today in YSU Centre for Civilization and Cultural Studies.

The results of the research conducted by YSU Centre for Civilization and Cultural Studies are regularly published in the “Analytical bulletin”. The newly-launched issue entitled “Events of 2018 in Armenia: network thinking” contains 8 articles.

At the beginning of the event the head of the centre and chief editor of the reference book David Hovhannisyan noted that this analysis has of important significance and relates to the responses of communities to the events and problems occurred in Armenia last summer. One of the articles discusses illegal communications in social groups and their impact on other types of communication; another article refers to the network education, its challenges and possibilities.

Other articles include analysis of the opinions of the Armenians of Moscow, Armenian community of Krasnodar, Armenian community of Iran, Armenian communities of France and America, which come up with various new questions. The new reference book is provided for the students of the departments of Political Science, Culture, Sociology, Ethnography, Armenian Studies, Oriental Studies, History and International Relations, as well as for wide circles of readers.

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