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USING INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES TO RENDER TRANSPARENT GOVERNANCE IN TRANSITION COUNTRIES

2010 Issues in Information Systems  
The process of automating citizen-government interactions using information and communication technologies (ICTs) needs to be analyzed as a sociotechnical information processing system.  ...  In addition, almost every post-Soviet country has inherited systemic corruption that is built in to the 'modus operandi' of both the public and private sectors.  ...  Every society has its own answer to the question of effective ICT adoption, and in the case of transitioning countries, workable Issues in Information Systems solutions are often hybrid; combinations of  ... 
doi:10.48009/1_iis_2010_69-76 fatcat:6fvjql5iwzexjmm5y4gake7eru

THE ROLE OF E-GOVERNMENT IN COMBATING CORRUPTION IN TRANSITION COUNTRIES

2009 Issues in Information Systems  
In this paper, we propose a methodology to combat corruption using information and communication technologies (ICT) that entails process restructuring.  ...  In addition, almost every post-Soviet country has inherited systemic corruption that is built in to the 'modus operandi' of both the public and private sectors.  ...  Acquiring such information is quite simple in most western societies.  ... 
doi:10.48009/2_iis_2009_66-75 fatcat:yxvwjfwe3ndsbakznaksws76te

Page 446 of Journal of European Studies Vol. 25, Issue 100 [page]

1995 Journal of European Studies  
In part two the focus shifts to market mechanisms, the ‘political economy’ of working conditions and the failure of restructuring.  ...  But since no nascent bourgeoisie was available, and since Soviet ‘civil society’ was and is insubstantial, the crisis remains. Capitalism is no more able to provide solutions than was Stalinism.  ... 

Page 342 of California Institute of International Studies. World Affairs Report Vol. 8, Issue 3 [page]

1978 California Institute of International Studies. World Affairs Report  
"A New Brezhnev Doctrine: The Restructuring of International Re- lations, "" World Politics, April 1978. Motyl, Alexander. "Soviet Dissidents and Eurocommunism,"™ Dissent, Spring 1978. 342  ...  His report contains information about the Soviet armed forces. Hyland, William G., etal.  ... 

Page 343 of California Institute of International Studies. World Affairs Report Vol. 4, Issue 4 [page]

1974 California Institute of International Studies. World Affairs Report  
The restructuring of Somali society continued.  ...  It rejected Western denunciations of lack of freedom in the Soviet- bloc countries and denounced capitalist society. It asserted that Somalia would continue to develop its ties with the Soviet bloc.  ... 

The Role and Place of the Periodical Press in the Formation of a New National Identity in Tajikistan of the Restructuring Period (1985–1991)

Masrur Akhmatovich Abdullayev, Nurali Nazarovich Salikhov, Sharif Bokiyevich Mulloyev, Alla Ardayevna Kuvatova, Abdukhamid Abdubosirovich Rakhimov
2016 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
And now it was exactly thirty years after the announcement of the General Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee M.S. Gorbachev of restructuring policy and renewal of that time Soviet society.  ...  with the other five resolutions, the resolution "On the democratization of the Soviet society and reforming of the political system" was adopted.  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2016/v9i5/87610 fatcat:qcwhlogidjco5mbwpgm4zrawjq

Correction to Comment by Mahl

George F. Mahl
1997 Contemporary Psychology  
In the second section, of particular in- terest is the discussion of the interaction of Soviet psychology with the restructur- ing of the Soviet society (perestroika), in- cluding the transition from Marxist  ...  Unquestionably, the translators and the American editors made a determined ef- fort to make the volume both informative and readable.  ... 
doi:10.1037/005013 fatcat:gzhf52y5fjc7rmjqgvqgoux4xy

Page 452 of Contemporary Psychology Vol. 42, Issue 5 [page]

1997 Contemporary Psychology  
In the second section, of particular in- terest is the discussion of the interaction of Soviet psychology with the restructur- ing of the Soviet society (perestroika), in- cluding the transition from Marxist  ...  Unquestionably, the translators and the American editors made a determined ef- fort to make the volume both informative and readable.  ... 

'Upon the gears and upon the wheels': Terror convergence and total administration in the neoliberal university

Leo McCann, Edward Granter, Paula Hyde, Jeremy Aroles
2020 Management Learning  
Informed by Critical Theory and based on an autoethnographic account of a university restructuring programme, we argue that the direction of convergence in universities has not been towards liberal, pluralist  ...  society'.  ...  in university leadership, informed by a Frankfurt School interpretation of the nature of administration and authority in Western and Soviet contexts.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1350507620924162 fatcat:5hxcwr7ivjeebhdwedhkhwt3ee

Crisis of Socialism or Crisis of the state?

Simon Clarke
1990 Capital and Class  
and the informal economy, and, more recently, co-operatives and private enterprise.  ...  The scale of the information flows which underpin the stock control and ordering of a single Western retail chain are probably greater than those which support the entire Soviet planning system.  ... 
doi:10.1177/030981689004200102 fatcat:gcwgqvxqdza5bnysjfymkm7jwa

Page 434 of Communication Abstracts Vol. 12, Issue 4 [page]

1989 Communication Abstracts  
On the contrary, he emphasizes that the basic functions of all mass media in socialist society are uniform and that Soviet journalists should be mobilized to promote Gorbachev's policy of restructuring  ...  Toward conceptualization of the law on the press and information. Soviet Law and Government 27(1):6-21, Summer 1988. CENSORSHIP. GLASNOST. SOVIET UNION.  ... 

Page 578 of Communication Abstracts Vol. 14, Issue 5 [page]

1991 Communication Abstracts  
SOVIET UNION. The research reported here indicates that change in Soviet politics and society have affected the media and have been felt by journalism educators and working journalists.  ...  If that proposed change is implemented, Soviet journal- ism will be transformed dramatically because of the diminished role of the Communist Party, which historically has controlled information.  ... 

Echoes of a Dying State: Perestroika Propaganda in the Soviet Foreign Press

Matthew Brown
2014 Forum Journal of History  
nature of the Soviet State and its supreme power in society.  ...  The ways in which the Soviet Union depicted its own national project of restructuring, when viewed in conjunction with Ellul's theories, give valuable insight to Soviet society.  ... 
doi:10.15368/forum.2014v6n1.10 fatcat:tmpbktbdhbgpzatd6pw422k6he

Review: The Politics and Policy of Local Taxation in Britain, Restructuring Societies: Insights from the Social Sciences, the Post-Soviet States, Mapping the Politics of Transition, Health Reform: Public Success, Private Failure, Nation-States and Money: The Past, Present and Future of National Currencies

Neil Hanlon, Beth Mitchneck, James R Dunn, Tim Unwin
2000 Environment and Planning. C, Government and Policy  
In this book, Graham Smith continues his tradition of providing informative, well-rounded treatments of the former Soviet Union.  ...  and the dominant state and non-Aboriginal society in Canada.  ... 
doi:10.1068/c1803rvw fatcat:efsdkmd6hzevjhbw67c5zbgpmi

Page 241 of Political Studies Vol. 37, Issue 2 [page]

1989 Political Studies  
There is no room for organized opposition or pluralism and the long-term scope for the thousands ofinformal groups (neformaly) that have sprung up concerned with ecological, political and social issues  ...  The editor of Izvestiya argued that the system needs ‘defence against group departmental and parochial egoism, because restructuring — will inevitably give rise to phenomena of this sort’.””  ... 
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