Semenova Lidiia

Semenova Lidiia
St. Petersburg state University of Economics St. Petersburg, Russia · Department of Communications technology and public relations

Doctor of Education


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Levels and criteria for the formation of professional competence
Digitalization is an actual issue and the main trend of Russian higher education and a widely discussed topic in the professional community. A number of government decrees and programs set a goal for universities — highquality and affordable online education using digital technologies. The article presents the study’s results of digitalization of e...
The article defines the value of creative competence for the modern communication specialist, as well as the comprehension of creativity and creative competence. The characteristic of activity of the expert in the sphere of professional communications is given. The article presents the historiographical aspect of the problem, structural models of c...
The purpose of this article is to acquaint with the results of empirical understanding of the role of the family in the process of socialization of the individual. Application of the method of theoretical analysis allows to draw a conclusion about long — term and very steady interest of representatives of different branches of human knowledge to th...
In this article we consider the questions of the Russian-Latin American relations in Saint-Petersburg and the Northwestern Federal District of Russia in the scientific, educational, cultural and business field. We analyzed the work of the Scientific and Educational Center for cooperation with Latin America countries at the St. Petersburg State Univ...
The digital revolution that accomplished in the world in the last decade, has brought to life many social phenomena, the consequences of which require a multidimensional understanding, primarily from the point of view of socio-psychological and socio-cultural risks. Russian reality is especially risky because of mental and cultural factors shaping...


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