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Publicēts: 15.07.2020.
Valoda: Angļu
Līmenis: Augstskolas
Literatūras saraksts: 17 vienības
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Structuarists do not deny that science and technology are very important, but a problem begins when we start to think about them in terms of globalism. Better confidentiality can be found at work that determines the emergence of the new technology itself its use and, in fact, the course of history. According to this vision, man is only an additional factor for non-personal actions and processes that are included Science and Technology. Undoubtedly, the suggestion to hire scholars with science and technology grounded more and more theories about for different types of societies: nomadic, agricultural, industrial, technology and post-industrial, in addition to the information society and knowledge society.Neo-classicalism.
believe that all countries cannot lead their actions with a universal principle. They believe that each country must be aware of the activities of other countries in different countries, and in case of problems, use a pragmatic approach. Neorealism believes that countries are key actors because there is no political monopoly over the state. The focus is on forces located above or below the states through analyses or structures and the levels of the agency's discussions, while the state will be key actors. Neo-Marxism economy emphasizes monopolistic capitalism, despite the competitiveness of capitalism. Neo-Marxism is the application of Marxist ideas in the world's economic conditions, which currently exist and are regarded as an economics school.

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