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    THE ROLE OF LINGUISTIC AND NON-LINGUISTIC FACTORS IN THE EVENTUALIZATION OF GENDER MEANING IN EUPHEMISMS

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    Each language event affects a specific language level. Euphemism serves to soften harsh words or soften the name of a taboo. Genderology is the direction that explores the relationships of speech, culture, social status, behavior, position, psychological characteristics of human biology, including speech. The speech of men and women has specific features that are ob-served in the phonetic, lexicological and syntactic sections of the language. The article discusses the role and functioning of language levels (phonological, lexical, morphological, syntactic and methodological), and gender euphems can be expressed not only by verbal and kinetic means, but also by certain grammatical forms, vocabulary, text simplicity, even audio. Nevertheless, the results show that we are far from understanding gender evolution as part of a certain level of the language system, but we cannot overcome the language roles and partnerships in their implementation. Undoubtedly, men and women have their own characteristics that affect a particular system. The main aspect of linguistic stereotypes is the difference between male and female speeches, and there is no difference in the use of nonverbal tactics in the expression of these two sexes. At the same time, the euphemic meaning is also expressed through non-zero means, and the most important of these tools is silence. By default, quiet silence in the letter is expressed by ellipsis. Silence plays a key role in the Uzbek culture of communication. Silence is a verbal drive that broadly represents meaning. It is used not only as a euphemism, but also for other purposes of communication. (respect, honor, dignity, etc.). The article concludes that the lexical, morphological and syntactic part of the language plays an important role in the implementation of gender euphemisms in the Uzbek language. Also, gender evolution is a language system. At the same time, in euphemisms, the role of linguistic and insignificant factors in the evolution of sex is determined

    Ph.D. graduates in the humanities and social sciences: what do they do?

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    In recent years, more and more doctorate holders in Belgium and other OECD countries are employed in jobs outside academia. Particularly little is known about careers of graduates in the social sciences and the humanities (SSH). Therefore, this paper addresses several aspects of their careers. Based on the Belgian CDH data 2010, 919 doctorate holders were surveyed. We found that academia is the largest sector of employment for doctorate holders in humanities and social sciences but there is variation among cohorts and various subdisciplines within SSH. Only for a minority of the doctorate holders working outside higher education, a doctoral degree is required. Compared to other fields of study, doctorate holders in SSH experienced a difficult transition from academia to other sectors of employment. Despite these findings, Ph.D. holders in SSH feel their research experience is an asset for their current job. Future research needs to explore how the training of Ph.D. students can facilitate the transition to the non-academic labour market

    Global Discipline Confusion in Management and Business Related Doctorate Programmes

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    Professional doctorate programmes have recently emerged around the globe as an alternative to the more traditional research based doctoral programmes and have expanded rapidly to the point where professional doctorates are now the dominant form of doctorate education. This paper aims to shed some light on the growth of professional doctorates and to make some comparisons of professional doctorate programmes with traditional research based doctorate programmes by reporting on research undertaken in Australia. The research demonstrates confusion in the discipline of doctorates globally. The research includes a case study on a globally significant Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) programme to demonstrate how professional doctorates are impacting on what might be regarded as more traditional doctorate programmes and causing confusion in the market place. Issues and observations arising from the research are discussed. A conclusion reached is that it may be time for Australian universities to consider establishing a new advanced higher research degree that clearly differentiates university research of a very high standard from other research.Professional doctorate; research doctorate; research higher degree; business; management.

    Professional Doctorates 2016: Updates and Further Recommendations

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    The charge to this second working group was to examine the 2012 recommendations and clarify Walden’s position on professional doctorates. Unlike the first effort that addressed differences between professional and academic doctorates, the expectations for this group were to focus on the commonalities in the university’s professional doctorates; set clear and consistent definitions, standards, and requirements for our professional doctorates; and link those programs to employment paths more directly. From the outset, the working group acknowledged that any outcome will be a “living document” that continues to be refined as discussion continues in the university community

    FREEDOM OF INDIVIDUALITY AND COUNTRY’S INDEPENDENCE IN BYRON AND CHULPON\u27S WORKS

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    The article deals with the analysis of English poet Byron and Uzbek author Chulpon’s works and the theme of freedom described in them. The terms “freedom of individuality and “country’s independence” have been analyzed in both poets\u27 works thoroughly. Romanticism is associated with the prominent figure of English literature – George Gordon Noel Lord Byron. Byron’s early political activities were more the result of propinquity and propriety than of any deep-felt enthusiasms. As Byron’s interest in political liberty refers both to personal and in abstract aspects, so his interest in social liberty concerns both individual and general relationships. So the works as “Song for the Luddites”, “Thou art not false, but thou art fickle” and some Cantoe’s of the poem “Childe Harold\u27s Pilgrimage” have been analyzed in the article showing the individual freedom and country’s independence in them

    Socialism in Theory and Practice: An Interdisciplinary Study Involving History and Political Science

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    Ph.D. holders on the Belgian labour market

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    In which sector do Ph.D. graduates end up working? What is the minimum and desired education level for their current job? Which skills do they need in their current job, and how does this compare to the skills acquired during the Ph.D. track? These questions are answered by looking at responses of a sample of 4190 doctorate holders in the Belgian Careers of Doctorate Holders Survey 2010 (CDH)

    Part 1: designing the doctorate: introduction

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    International mobility and doctorate holders' career: Some evidence from Spain

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    The completion of the PhD program is understood as a transmission channel to provide high specialization and skills to students pursuing to be employed as highly-qualified workers or researchers. The Bologna Process and the EU Horizon 2020 has enhanced the role of the PhD program as an instrument to achieve the objectives of innovation proposed by the “Europe of Knowledge”. Focusing in the Spanish case, PhD programs exert a positive influence on doctorate holders careers since they have a privileged situation in the labour market. For example in 2015, the unemployment and employment rates of the Spanish population were 21% and 58%, respectively; whereas, for the doctorate holders, these percentages were 5% and 80%. Moreover, these workers earn wages that are 60% higher than those received by workers with only primary education. This paper analyzes the influence of having made a stay abroad to complete the doctoral studies on aspects associated with the doctorate holders’ careers such as their wages and how their current employment is related to the education acquired. To the best of our knowledge, these topic are unprecedented in literature discussing Spain and are related to interesting issues for students and policymakers that can help knowing the transition between the doctoral studies and the labour market. To reach the objectives proposed, the methodology applied consists in developing a wage econometric model and a probit model showing the mismatch between the training acquired in the doctoral studies and the needs of the current job. In both cases, the dependent variables are explained by a set of variables collecting personal and labour characteristics, and a dummy endogenous regressor showing whether the doctorate holder has had a stay in another country. Data used come from the 2009 Survey on Human Resources in Science and Technology (INE, 2010).Universidad de Málaga. Campus de Excelencia Internacional Andalucía Tec
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