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dc.contributor.authorDushka Matevskaen_US
dc.contributor.authorZoran Matevskien_US
dc.description.abstractEvell though in the recent past there was a strollg resistance agaillst "the intr1lsion " of the internet ill the autonomy of the existing educational institutions, recently the educational institutiolls are adapting and using the internet and the contemporaJY telecommullications technology. Taking into consideration that .I'll/dying is in fact a process of tram/erring siglls and working with and 0 11 those signs, we can conclude that there are points of contact betweell the education institutions alld the internet. We are 0 11 the verge of the biggest changes in the area of communication. That can be seen throllgh the larger and larger influellce of the internet on the educational process. The interne! "feeds" the people with new ideas and worldviews, which are destroying the traditional conventions. The traditional is boring and the educational institutions are in a position of defence becallse of their inability to follow the trend of change. The institlltiol1al teaching of sociology is abandoning its monopoly in creating sociological knowledge, 110W when the illternet commllnication has greatly improved the traditional teaching process. The internet serves for providing kllowledge of the cOlltemporary reality, while classic teaching is responSible for the tram/er of the inheritance accumulated from tradition. The two systems of creating sociological knowledge need to function as conditions for competition creating doubt and contradictions ill the minds of the students. This killd of teachillg creates conditions for activating all of the creative potentials of the stlldents, which become active subjects ill the studying of sociology. Because of that, the request for a reform of the education system in all levels is set as an imperative.en_US
dc.relation.ispartofPOSTMODERNISM PROBLEMSen_US
dc.subjectinternet, sociological knowledge, students, edllcational institutionsen_US
dc.typeJournal Articleen_US
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