to adopt a new theory — брать на вооружение новую теорию

to connect theory with practice — связывать теорию с практикой

to create a theory — создавать теорию

to develop a new theory of smth — разрабатывать новую теорию чего-л.

to evolve a theory — развивать / создавать теорию

to implement a theory — осуществлять / претворять в жизнь теорию

to join theory and practice — сочетать теорию с практикой

to link theory with practice — связывать теорию с практикой

to master a theory — овладевать теорией

to put forward a theory — выдвигать теорию

to work out a new theory of smth — разрабатывать новую теорию чего-л.

- anti-scientific theory
- conspiracy theory
- convergence theory
- countervailing theory of pressure politics
- domino theory
- economic theory of value
- idealistic theory
- last resort theory
- madman theory
- Malthusian theories
- natural-scientific theories
- nuclear winter theory
- opportunist theory
- political theory
- progressive theory
- pseudo-scientific theory
- radical theory
- scientific theory
- social and political theories
- sociological theories
- sound theory
- stages theory
- subscriber to a theory
- theories enshrined in textbooks
- value theory

Politics english-russian dictionary. 2013.

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  • Theory — The o*ry, n.; pl. {Theories}. [F. th[ e]orie, L. theoria, Gr. ? a beholding, spectacle, contemplation, speculation, fr. ? a spectator, ? to see, view. See {Theater}.] 1. A doctrine, or scheme of things, which terminates in speculation or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Theory X — ˌTheory ˈX noun [singular] HUMAN RESOURCES the theory that employees will not work well unless managers pay close attention to their work and control them by encouraging or threatening them * * * Theory X UK US noun [S] ► HR, MANAGEMENT the idea… …   Financial and business terms

  • Theory Y — ˌTheory ˈY noun [singular] HUMAN RESOURCES the theory that employees will generally work well and take responsibility for their own work, if they have the right conditions and rewards * * * Theory Y UK US noun [S] ► HR, MANAGEMENT the idea that… …   Financial and business terms

  • Theory Z — ˌTheory ˈZ noun [singular] HUMAN RESOURCES the theory that when employees are very involved in their organization and in making decisions, as in the Japanese style of management, they work better and produce more * * * Theory Z UK US noun [S] ►… …   Financial and business terms

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  • theory — ► NOUN (pl. theories) 1) a supposition or a system of ideas intended to explain something, especially one based on general principles independent of the thing to be explained. 2) an idea accounting for or justifying something. 3) a set of… …   English terms dictionary

  • theory — theory …   Philosophy dictionary


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