Development of Information Policy of Ukraine under Martial Law(Pages 1432-1437)
Tetyana Oleksiyuk1,*, Olena Ptashchenko2, Viktor Krasnoshchok3, Dymytrii Grytsyshen4 and Larysa Sergiienko5
1Interregional Academy of Personnel Management, Ukraine, 03039 Kyiv, Frometivska str., 2, Ukraine.
2D.Sc. (Economics), Professor, Professor of the Department of Entrepreneurship and Trade, West Ukrainian National University, Ternopil, Ukraine.
3Аssociate Professor of the department of applied information systems, Candidate of technical Science, Taras Shevchenko National Universiti of Kyiv, Faculty of Information Technology, Department of applied Information Systems, Ukraine.
4Vice-rector for scientific and pedagogical work and innovation, Doctor of Sciences in Public Administration, Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor, Zhytomyr Polytechnic State University, Ukraine.
5Dean of the Faculty of National Security, Law and International Relations, Doctor of Science in Public Administration, Associate Professor, Zhytomyr Polytechnic State University, Ukraine.
The research focuses on the information policy of Ukraine, which is transforming and acquiring new features due to the adoption of martial law. Scientific and practical research on the information security of Ukraine under martial law is very important. Also important to consider is the pedagogical and educational aspect of training specialists in the field of law and media communications, who must have relevant competencies in the information policy of the state under martial law. This is what determines the relevance of the scientific issues of the study. The research aims to determine the impact of studying information policy transformations under martial law on the formation of a competent young specialist and to assess the feasibility of including such topics in students' courses. The research methodology is based on an integrated approach that includes a pedagogical experiment, statistical methods, observation methods, and descriptive methods for theoretical research. A comparative analysis of individual legal acts was also used for the comparative analysis of individual legal acts. The hypothesis is that the inclusion of the topic of information policy development under martial law in the process of training specialists in the field of law and media communications is a prerequisite for the formation of highly qualified specialists. The results of the study confirmed this hypothesis. Students positively evaluated the inclusion of martial law and Ukraine's information policy in the content of their courses, its changes, and prospects. In the future, it is worth paying attention to new content areas and topics related to government policy in Ukraine under martial law and considering the possibility of introducing innovative approaches to the training of young professionals.
Government policy, Higher education pedagogy, Information policy, Information security, Martial law.
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Tetyana Oleksiyuk, Olena Ptashchenko, Viktor Krasnoshchok, Dymytrii Grytsyshen and Larysa Sergiienko. Development of Information Policy of Ukraine under Martial Law. [ref]: vol.21.2023. available at: https://refpress.org/ref-vol21-a157/
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