Efficient resistance of a scientist under the conditions of moral disintegration of scientific societies
Significant imbalances in the Ukrainian society create motives for resistance and protests at almost all micro levels. One of the areas of such protest "microactivity" is Ukrainian science, which now suffers from unprecedented unprecedented moral crisis. Certainly, the Ukrainian scientific sector suffers from other problems: from a lack of funding, from a lack of a development request from a relatively weak economy, from numerous bureaucratic restrictions. This leads to the outflow of skilled professionals, the lack of prestige of a scientific career and other negative consequences.
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