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Alexander Victorovich Dyatlov 


Southern Federal University

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Institute of Sociology and Regional Studies

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Degree: Doctor of Sciences

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Research interests:

Sociology of management, social resources, quantitative methods in sociological research


  • A regional information policy: actors and technology
    The subject of the course is an information policy as a field of activity related to political relations, the essence of which is the distribution of power and influence between groups and Nations based on the capacities and abilities of the individual, society and regional authorities to work with the help of information on each other and on other regional and national community
  • Foundations of mathematical analysis, and information and communication technology
    The subject of the course foundations of mathematical analysis, and information and communication technologies to the extent necessary for an understanding of the methods used in the analysis of regional processes and governance, to apply mathematical tools in solving practical problems involves the theory of real numbers, the theory of limits, theory of series, differential and integral calculus and their direct application, as well as the study of methods of forming a single information space
  • Introduction to the theory of probability and mathematical statistics
    The subject of the course probability theory studies the mathematical laws of distribution of random events, is the theoretical basis for mathematical statistics, section of mathematics, which will suceed methods of collection, systematization, processing and use of statistical data to receive evidence-based conclusions and decision based on them solutions
  • Modeling social processes in the region
    The course studies methods of modeling political and social processes. Discusses different types of models: analogue, fractal, empirical, nonlinear dynamic, etc.