Phantom! Catch and Neutralize!

Anna A. Proskurina, Institute for Research on Social Phenomena

Recommended Citation:
Proskurina, Anna A. (2016) ‘Fantom! Catch and Neutralize!’, Social Phenomena. 2016  3(6), pp. 3-5.

Abstract
The relevance and urgency of research of phantoms in social reality in general and in the sphere of education in particular are explained. The possible framework for such research is outlined and the corresponding contributions in the Journal of ‘Social Phenomena’ are presented.

Keywords: social reality, cognition, education, phantom.

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