EFL Learners’ Learning Styles and Their Attributes

Authors

  • Yuliya Viktorovna Razvadovskaya
  • Inna Konstantinovna Shevchenko
  • Marina Aleksandrovna Grezina

Abstract

The influence of branch concentration, the state support, a direct foreign investments and abilities to training, on enterprises borrowing and generating new technologies in the branches of information and telecommunication technologies is analyzing in the articles. The analysis of these factors importance for enterprises using various innovative strategies has been carried out by means of Pearson's correlation factors. On results of the analysis it has been revealed that the main shares of the enterprises in branch are using the strategy of borrowing new technologies. Thus the major factors influencing the enterprises, using this strategy, are: the concentration of branches, volume of direct foreign investments and the state support. The technological progress lies on the bases of economic development. But the innovative processes being the basis of technological progress have various characteristics in advanced and developing countries. In developing countries of the innovations are generally created at the expense of absorption and adaptation of technologies developed in the other countries. The development process of absolutely new technologies in developing countries has a very weak intensity. The strategy of innovative development directed on innovations production, inclusive an engineering and creation of new technologies is applied on a large scale in advanced countries. In developing countries it is applied the strategy of innovations borrowing.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n3s4p253

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Published

2015-05-26

How to Cite

Razvadovskaya, Y. V., Shevchenko, I. K., & Grezina, M. A. (2015). EFL Learners’ Learning Styles and Their Attributes. Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, 6(3 S4), 253. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/mjss/article/view/6737

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