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ERIC Number: EJ1123505
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2014-Dec
Pages: 6
Abstractor: As Provided
ISSN: ISSN-2308-4081
Changes and Threats to the Employee Development under Social and Economic Conditions within Global Labour Market
Sikora, Jan
Comparative Professional Pedagogy, v4 n4 p14-19 Dec 2014
The main theme of the article is the thesis that man's engagement in the process of professional work is engaged in a number of antinomies. The problem of contemporary economics has been analyzed. It has been revealed that situation in which the majority of people excluded from social debate due to their lack of competences become a useful medium subjected to various and constant manipulation by mass media. This leads to the situation where actions undertaken in order to solve the problems stemming from participation in the contemporary work market do not provide satisfactory solutions. It has been stressed that a way to overcome the limiting factors, including, biological limitations, is through cooperation, requiring approval of a non-personal group objective, the realization of which requires taking into consideration many factors, characterized by the context of action. We do not dispose of the prognostic theory covering the entire functioning of man and satisfactory manners of dealing with the challenges people face. Perhaps the reason for such a state of affairs is inability of the society treated as a system to provide "self-explanation" and in this situation the way to solve man's problems is a constant process of examination of reality man creates and undertaking pragmatic attempts to solve the dilemma he faces.
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