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Anatoly Frumkin1, Takhir Bazarov2
  • 1 Center for ergonomic and psychological technologies, 170 Fontanka River Emb., 198035 Saint-Petersburg, Russia
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Open dialogue on the topic of emotional burnout (in the genre of scientific correspondence) [in Russian]

2017. Vol. 7. No. 2. P. 137–148 [issue contents]
We both long wanted to bring some live stream into the presentation of scientific thoughts or results. And this novelty relates to the style of presentation, for the new in science does not arise at the will of the authors, but is the result of painstaking and often long work. But to be clever at writing the resulting texts is not good and unproductive. It seems to us that if the author is really “in the topic”, he can explain everything quite popularly. This does not apply to the rigor of mathematical calculations, but the text of any scientific article or book should first of all interest the reader, do not let him goand force, if I may say so, read your opus to the end. Thus was born the style that T. Yu. Bazarov called “scientific letters to a friend”. We believe that this form of presentation does not reduce its scientific value, if it exists in principle, but it helps the reader in its development.

Citation: Frumkin A., Bazarov T. (2017) Otkrytyy dialog na temu emotsional'nogo vygoraniya (v zhanre nauchnoy perepiski) [Open dialogue on the topic of emotional burnout (in the genre of scientific correspondence)]. Organizational Psychology, vol. 7, no 2, pp. 137-148 (in Russian)
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