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Analysis: In the IT sector in North Macedonia, the gap between men and women almost non-existent
Unlike other industrial sectors in the Macedonian economy, the IT sector stands out as the one where the gap between men and women is almost non-existent. In some industries, such as digital marketing, the ratio is 55.56% percent women versus 44.44% percent men. Over the years, the number of women graduates in formal education is […]
Регионална анализа за ефектите од ковид-19 врз медиумите од Западен Балкан
Keith Brown: Critical thinking demands recognition of one’s own blinkers, prejudices and areas of ignorance
“Balkan history has been shaped by the territorial ambitions and disputes of the last century, and so has become a zero-sum game; it also has quasi-religious aspects, insofar as current debates reveal an implicit concern with purity and pollution underlying accusations around loyalty and betrayal. Grievances and disputes escalate; and (to pursue the game metaphor) there is no mechanism, in this case, by which both sides would agree to invest a referee with the authority to call the game fairly; the stakes are seen as too high,” says prof. Keith Brown in this interview for CriThink.mk, which Meta News Agency republishes, in a conversation about the role of critical thinking in science, and particularly in the study of history.