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L.S. Pastuhova ◽  
A.N. Lepyavskij ◽  
M.A. Perepelkin ◽  
E.N. Fomin

In contemporary Russian practices, mentoring is a multifaceted innovative 'human resource technology' aimed at developing professional skills and corporate competencies, as well as systematic and targeted participation in professional development of employees who have insufficient work experience or have difficulties in mastering new technologies and work techniques. Today, the institution of mentoring is an open industrial, educational and social space where the mentor transfers not only readymade ways to solve production problems, but also teaches how to use available intellectual and material resources. Although the mentoring process in its traditional sense does not require large financial investments, most business entities, industrial enterprises and companies are more actively using training, coaching techniques and various forms of internships, which are valuable forms of professional development of employees, but, as our research has shown, they do not have the potential that the targeted on-the-job mentoring possesses. With all the variety of forms and programmes of mentoring activities, there is a clear lack of innovative ideas aimed at improving its efficiency, which fully applies to the mentoring of students who take their work placements during vocational education, which is the subject of the research presented in this article. The literature and research studies do not fully analyse the potential of the third mission of universities regarding the issue of targeted mentoring aimed at more proactive and advanced applied training of graduates, capable of responding to "the great challenges". The article highlights the mentoring models used in foreign companies, which are similar to the types of mentoring technologies successfully implemented by Russian enterprises.

Arts ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 11 (1) ◽  
pp. 16
Annette Haug

This article investigates the role of wall surfaces as an interactive medium in the First Pompeian Style, referring to examples from Pompeii. Five different aspects are investigated in more detail: (1) surfaces and their relation to the core; (2) surface qualities; (3) surfaces as image carriers; (4) surfaces and their relation to the physical space; (5) surfaces and their relation to the social space. These aspects allow for a deeper understanding of the First Style’s ornamental, pictorial and spatial qualities. In this view, surfaces can be conceived as media interfaces.

2022 ◽  
Vol 11 (1) ◽  
pp. 246
Afri Amira ◽  
Benrachi Bouba

This article proposes the study of social mix evolution of through the public space. To that end, attention is focused on the “Frères Fisli” neighbourhood in Azzaba city as a case study. A social space, which, is considered as an adequate place, that promotes social mix and living together between Algerian inhabitants of different types of habitat that exist. The main objective of this article is to quantify the impact of public spaces to achieve the goal of social mix and its management, in order to promote living together. In order to carry out our survey, the study uses two survey tools: the mind map and the questionnaire. The choice of these two tools is not fortuitous. It has been studied in order to carefully check whether the constraints for the public space development are dependent on the evolution of inhabitants ‘social relations.   Received: 21 September 2021 / Accepted: 15 November 2021 / Published: 3 January 2022

2022 ◽  
pp. 227-247
Gloria Ziglioli ◽  
Alhassan Yakubu Alhassan

This chapter contributes to the current methodological debate on digital, internet-based studies in social research. Based upon an introductive analysis of the research's perspectives, trajectories, and stages that have brought the online social spaces into social research, the chapter focuses on the advantages of combining quanti-quali approaches for approaching online complexity. In particular, the authors offer a deep discussion concerning the value, the methodological, and ethical challenges of netnography and social network analysis (SNA) methods for inquiring online social research by proposing a possible emerging methodological framework guiding further empirical studies.

2021 ◽  
Vol 16 (4) ◽  
pp. 260
Dita Riski Khasanah ◽  
Hennanda Annastya Annisa Indarko ◽  
Ida Rosilawati ◽  
Dwi Sarwani Sri Rejeki

Background: At the end of April 2021, the occurrence of Covid-19 in Indonesia has reached 1.63 million cases and 44,172 deaths. The social restriction policy is an effort for the government to suppress the rate of transmission of Covid-19, although on the other hand, this policy also raises fear, anxiety, and worry for the community, including teenagers. The emotional development and behaviour of adolescents towards adulthood require social space, but are constrained by social restrictions. Objective: to determine the effect of social restrictions on adolescent mental health. Methods: This study uses a literature review method from 2019 to 2021 obtained from the Google Scholar, PubMed, and Science Direct databases using the keywords social restrictions, youth, mental health disorders, Youth and Children, Covid-19, Impact, and mental health. . The criteria for the selected articles were articles published in 2019-2021 nationally and internationally related to literature review research. Results: the impact of social restrictions on the mental health of adolescents is quite varied. The existence of limitations in socializing, boredom and the many tasks assigned to adolescents are the main factors for adolescents experiencing mental disorders such as stress, depression, and anxiety. Conclusion: social restrictions indirectly have an impact on the mental health of adolescents and even trigger mental health disorders in adolescents.

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