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Educational and Cultural Practices in Western and Southern Europe (Образователни и културни практики в Западна и Южна Европа) - in Bulgarian

Margarita Fileva (Маргарита Филева)
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Margarita Fileva (Маргарита Филева): Economic Research Institute at BAS, Bulgaria

in ERI-BAS Books from Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - Economic Research Institute

Abstract: The monograph “Educational and Cultural Practices in Western and Southern Europe” (in Bulgarian) discusses the educational and cultural practices of the countries from Western and Southern Europe, as well as their application in Bulgaria. The monograph specifies the main European documents in the area of education and culture, as well as the newest solutions of the European Union through “Europe 2020” Strategy. It mentions the European legislation base in this field, and the Bulgarian legislation specified by it. The monograph outlines the most important aspects of the educational systems and practices in some Western and Southern countries, like Great Britain, France, Netherlands, Spain, etc. It determines the main marks of the social-economic, material and spiritual culture in these countries, as well as the contribution of Bulgaria to the development of the European cultural depository. Besides the strictly scientific data and evidences, the monograph shows also many examples, facts and events from the cultural life of some of the European peoples, which contribute to getting acquainted with their achievements and to adding a practical-applied and popular image to the monograph.

Date: 2014
ISBN: ISBN 978-954-322-724-2
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