Sunday, July 8, 2012

Volume 54. Number 1/2006

Byambajav D. Mongolian Educational University, Department of Social Sciences. “International relations and feminist tendency”
As a researcher I’d like to review and share my own opinion about feminist tendency, its present level, main gender problems in international relations, especially its connection with world economy and safety. I tried to view all these issues as a outsider-researcher. Concept feminism mentioned here is used only as a sense to express feminist tendency of international relations.

Bold-Erdene D. Doctor of Political Science. “Thoughts of Mongolians’ State system in differences of West and East”
Let’s try to review theoretical issue of Mongolians’ national specific features of political thinking, how is it matched and been in charge of common standard of eastern countries’ state system. Indeed, specification of this main issue has been a base of theory and methodology for considering essence and peculiarity of Great Mongolian Empire’s political and legal thinking which has been main objective of our research work. But before considering this issue it’s important to clarify particularly how to consider concept “political thinking” in theoretical and ideological sense, its structure, complement and correlation.
Sukhbaatar D., Doctor Tamir Ch. Lecturers of Mongolian National University. “1924 and 2004 year. Election rights of Mongolians: decision making”
It passed quite a much time after democratic election. First time a provision about citizens’ one and all participation in election entered to first Constitution in 1924. It passed exactly 80 years after that. We can observe that how is developing election system of citizens if compare this historical period without classification inside. At the time we take as a main factor the citizen’s right to elect or to be elected in State organizations, especially the right to elect.
Tamir Ch. Lecturer of Mongolian National University. Department of Social Sciences. “From civic movement into revolutionary reforms: condition, items, preconception”
Fighting for own interests after reaching definite level of development is appropriate phenomenon. Social movement occurred in western countries has been developing today in Mongolia. Some researchers view that in comparison with western countries Mongolians have less experiences in social movement and struggle. But now social movement in Mongolia has been intensifying and real conditions have been forming to become revolution. We can explain it by next objective and subjective factors.
Tumendelger S. Mongolian Educational University, Department of Social Sciences. “Gender difference in education and mothers’ laboring”
This article answers that how laboring has been segregated in educational field, is there any differences in space and social sense, and tries to explain the reason internal segregation’s completion.

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