On 12 February the Faculty of Sociology hosted the Dylnov Readings, an annual research-to-practice conference. Its topic was the Sociology in the Changing Research-to-Education Environment of Modern Society.
The conference commemorated Gennadii V. Dylnov, the founder and the first dean of the SSU Faculty of Sociology, Merited Worker of Higher Education of Russia, and Vice-President of the Russian Sociological Association.
More than 160 researchers from different Russian and other universities participated in the forum. Thus, they came from Nizhny Novgorod, Penza, Saratov, Volgograd Regions, Moscow, Tolyatti, Sochi, the Republic of Tatarstan, the Republic of Mordovia, the Chechen Republic as well as China, France, Kazakhstan, and the USA.
For the second time the panel discussion was moderated, and scientists from different spheres presented their reports there.
The welcoming speech was given by Dean of the Faculty of Sociology, Chair of the Department of Youth Sociology Professor Sergei G. Ivchenkov.
Then the first report was delivered by Department of Applied Sociology and its Theory and History Dmitrii V. Pokatov. He commented which role sociology played in forming the basics of the Russian university system of upscale education.
The report on the issues and inconsistencies of the research-to-education environment in different municipal settlements was given by Chair of the Department of Corporate Management, the Povolzhsky Institute of Management named after P.A. Stolypin, Vadim I. Malyi and Associate Professor of the Department of Corporate Management, the Povolzhsky Institute of Management named after P.A. Stolypin, Vladimir V. Gusev.
Chair of the Department of Social Communications, the SSU Faculty of Law, Olga Yu. Golub spoke about the difficulties of modern technology implementation and the models of social dialogue. Also she paid attention to such important issues as the interaction of government bodies and the population and information transparency.
Professor of the Department of Region Sociology Marina V. Kalinnikova delivered the report on difficult and controversial issues of modern political and management approaches to hydrocarbon technology, the reserves of which are difficult to excavate in Russia.
The last report of the panel discussion was given by Professor Svetlana V. Klimova from Saratov Region Basic Medicine College. It was titled the Social Studies in Medicine.
Also young scientists, postgraduates, and master degree students presented the results of their research. At the end of the conference the conclusions were drawn.
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