VANHEMPING E. «FRICATIVE-FAKE» CLUSTER OF ADDITIONAL ACADEMIC SERVICES AS A PHENOMENON OF UNIVERSITY PRACTICES DESTRUCTION: PROBLEMS AND WAYS OF SOLUTION. LIFELONG EDUCATION: The 21st Century.
2022. № 1 (37). DOI: 10.15393/j5.art.2022.7424


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Lifelong learning in the modern world: the research and design methodology

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«FRICATIVE-FAKE» CLUSTER OF ADDITIONAL ACADEMIC SERVICES AS A PHENOMENON OF UNIVERSITY PRACTICES DESTRUCTION: PROBLEMS AND WAYS OF SOLUTION

VANHEMPING Elina G.
PhD in Social Science, Professor
Scandinavian Institute for Academic Mobility
(Seinäjoki, Finland)
treningcom@mail.ru
Keywords:
«fricative-fake» cluster
«surrogate» authorship
academic ghostwriting
provocative triggers
educational transformations
destruction of university practices
expert circle of professionals
Russian-speaking science and higher education.
Abstract: the article discusses the systemic prerequisites and deep sources of the formation of a «fricative-fake cluster» of surrogate student works in the Russian-speaking educational space. This phenomenon is considered as a symptom of a «social disease» that requires a comprehensive professional solution. The article presents the results of an international comparative research of the recognition of this cluster and the demand for its services in Russia, Kazakhstan, and Finland. Socio-economic and axiological determinants of the problem are positioned as methodological foundations for the formation of this phenomenon. Particular attention is paid to selecting a number of loyal experts for a constructive problem solution as a prevention for the negative content escalation about the outstanding status of Russian-speaking higher education and science on the world stage.
Paper submitted on: 02/11/2022; Accepted on: 03/14/2022; Published online on: 03/30/2023.

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