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Issue 40, December 2017

Daniela Stoyanova, BULGARIA
PhD student at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

INSPECTORATES IN THE BULGARIAN SCHOOL LEGISLATION FROM THE UNIFICATION 1885 TO THE 1909

Abstract: The study presents the legal framework of the Inspectorate as an organ of management and control in the Bulgarian education from the Unification in the Principality of Bulgaria and Eastern Rumelia in the 1909 year. Considered are the duties, powers, functions, the mandate of this body, as reflected in the regulations during the period.

Dimitar Chobanov, BULGARIA
Chief assist. prof. PhD in “Vasil Levski” National Military University, Artillery, AD and CIS Faculty – Shumen

Zdravko Kuzmanov, BULGARIA
Chief assist. prof. PhD in Management of Security Systems Department at Konstantin Preslavky University of Shumen

 

LoRaWAN NETWORK ARCHITECTURE

Abstract: This article focuses on one of the newly presented wireless technologies LoRa a technology especially developed to serve the need of the constantly growing IoT. The article presents a summary of the LoRa technology incorporating architecture elements, radio interference resistance, speed and security levels in LoRaWAN network.

Gyulnihar Nedzhib, BULGARIA
PhD at Konstantin Preslavky University of Shumen

 

CHANGES IN THE SWEDISH MODEL

Abstract: Pessimistic claims about the inefficiency of the Swedish model are unjustified given Sweden's sound economic and political indicators. The model is not "new," and it has proven to be flexible and can adapt successfully to a dynamic public life. Sweden is determined to maintain its social model and is ready to offer its experience and example to Europe and the world.

Irena Ivanova, BULGARIA
PhD student at Konstantin Preslavky University of Shumen

 

INNOVATIONS IN THE CAREER DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHERS

Abstract: Тhe report looks at the innovations, introduced inто the career development system of teachers, which are described in the new pre-school and school education law. The importance of career development in the teaching profession is emphasized. Teacher’s abilities for professional success and career advancement are described. The process of attestation is implemented as a factor for professional growth.

Irina Borisova, RUSSIA
PhD in Psychological Sciences, Associate Professor, Bryansk State University

 

PECULIARITIES OF INTERPERSONAL ATTITUDES AND EMPATHY OF STUDENTS – FUTURE TEACHERS

Abstract: In the article results of empirical research of features of interpersonal attitudes and empathy of students – of the future teachers are considered. The study involved future teachers and future lawyers Bryansk universities. It is established that future teachers are more altruistic and less selfish than future lawyers. It was revealed that future teachers are more empathic than future lawyers. It is shown that students of different groups show empathy through different channels.

Iryna Boiko, UKRAINE
PhD student, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Department of Foreign Languages for Natural Sciences

 

BORROWINGS AS A PRODUCTIVE SOURCE OF THE TERMINOLOGY OF COSMETOLOGY AND AESTHETIC MEDICINE

Abstract: The article focuses on the analysis of borrowing as a productive source of the formation and replenishment of terminology of cosmetology and aesthetic medicine in the diachronic aspect. The main stages of the borrowed vocabulary formation are distinguished, and the most productive lexical funds of the terminology replenishment are characterized. The role of internationalisms and their advantages in the process of the formation and replenishment of terminology of cosmetology and aesthetic medicine are described.

Ivan Ivanov, BULGARIA
PhD in History 

 

CONSTITUTIONAL AND LEGAL BASIS OF THE REFERENDUM

Abstract: The article presents normative documents - constitutions and laws that regulate the production of national and local referendums. The essence of the referendum is examined in detail and it is tracked what place it occupies in the legislative system in Bulgaria and other countries around the world. The forms of the referendum are also explained according to: the territorial range; the acts adopted; the manner of the vote; the number of questions asked.

Ivan Ivanov, BULGARIA
PhD in History

 

LEGAL REGULATION OF THE REFERENDUM

Abstract: The referendum is an act through which the politically capable citizens within the whole country or in the administrative-territorial units and settlements directly by their vote decide sovereignly and definitively in imperative form a specific matter of national or local importance or adopt a legislative or other legally found act , which are not subject to subsequent validation by public authorities. The article examines its constitutional foundations, distinguishing itself from certain other forms of consultation with the people.

Ivelina Mihova, BULGARIA
PhD Student at Department of Social Pedagogy at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

THE ACCESS OF FOREIGNERS TO THE BULGARIAN EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM ACCORDING TO THEIR MIGRATORY LEGAL STATUS IN THE COUNTRY

Abstract: The right of residence for foreigners on the territory of the country is the basis of their migratory legal status and determines their relationship with the state. The present publication examines the relationship between the residence status of different categories of foreigners permanently settled in the Republic of Bulgaria and their access to our educational system, according to the national law. The importance of this theme lays in the fact that, the number of people who have chosen Bulgaria as their country of permanent residence tend to increase rapidly and has its impact.

Kalina Aleksieva, BULGARIA
Senior Lecturer in Department of Technological and Vocational Education, Preschool and Primary School Education at Konstantin Preslavky - University of Shumen

 

MATHEMATICAL LITERACY AND COMPETENCE DURING THE TRANSITION FROM KINDERGARTEN TO (PRIMARY) SCHOOL

Abstract: This article identifies and defines (i) mathematical literacy and competence during the transition from kindergarten to (primary) school and (ii) mathematical teaching methods of children in the context of national educational standards highlighting new paradigms and tendencies of the educational system.

Konstantin Stoyanov, BULGARIA
PhD student in Management of Security Systems Department at Konstantin Preslavky University of Shumen

 

STRUCTURAL FEATURES OF THE ENERGY INFRASTRUCTURE OF BULGARIA, IN THE CONTEXT OF THE PROTECTION OF CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE

Abstract: One of the most important infrastructures in people's modern lives is Energetics. It is a strategic sector that is essential for the proper functioning of society, economics and effective governance. Critical points for energetics are power plants, energy sources, power lines, oil pipelines, gas pipelines, heat transmission lines, transmission and street networks. Strategical activities are oil and gas production, fuel refining and storage, electricity generation, electricity transmission, electricity, gas and oil distribution. Studying the different points and activities of this sector plays an important role in developing security measures for energetics.

Krasimir Markov, BULGARIA

Prof. PhD at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

Anna Georgieva, BULGARIA


PREPARATION FOR ACTIONS AND PROTECTION IN CRITICAL SITUATIONS RELATED TO TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS IN PRE-SCHOOL AGE

Lilyana Karakasheva, BULGARIA
Assoc. prof., PhD, Department of Algebra and Geometry Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

Irena Petrova, BULGARIA
Student at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

FORMING THE ECONOMIC CULTURE OF STUDENTS IN THE FIFTH GRADE THROUGH MATHEMATICS EDUCATION

Abstract: In this paper are presented some of the methods for forming the economic culture among students in the fifth grade through learning mathematics. The results from a pedagogical experiment have been analyzed.

Margarita Gencheva, BULGARIA
Assoc. Prof. Dr., Department of Music Aesthetics, Music Education and Performing at Konstantin Preslavski - Shumen University

 

APPLICATION OF THE METHODOLOGICAL TECHNOLOGIES OF PROF. ASSEN DIAMANDIEV IN SOLFEGA TRAINING

Abstract: After the methodology developed in the Method for Education of the Musical Hearing on Bulgarian Folk Intonations and Metricitms is based on the peculiarities of the Bulgarian folk style, the author gives some specific theoretical statements. The type of lad organization, the lack of a three-dimensional classical ladopotional organization, the participation of a second interval, shaping the diaonal profile of the melody and the development of the intonation complexes based on the ancient lasers, will play a significant role in the overall upbringing of the musical hearing.

Margarita Gencheva, BULGARIA
Assoc. Prof. Dr., Department of Music Aesthetics, Music Education and Performing at Konstantin Preslavski - Shumen University

 

BULGARIAN SOLFEED METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR EDUCATING THE MUSICAL HEARING

Abstract: The musical education at the beginning of the twentieth century in Bulgaria continues the development of many ideas, which find their realization in the following years. An important credit for this is the theoretical formulation of the idea of the presence of the folk song in the work of Dobri Hristov and the emergence of Boris Trichkov's "Staircase".
D. Hristov builds his system of musical education according to the "musical features of our folk music" and Boris Trichkov sets the tone ladder of "to" as the "starting point" in the formation of the musical hearing. These solvation methods, by means of separate elements and certain methodological forms of work, are also applicable in modern solprophic methods.

Milen Penerliev, BULGARIA
Assoc. Prof., PhD, Department of  “Geography, Regional Development and Tourism”, “Episkop Konstantin Preslavski” University of Shumen

 

IMAGINED GEOGRAPHIES IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF THE TOURISM INDUSTRY

Abstract: The paper deals with an applicable and modern concept in the geographic science, applied mostly in cultural geography. It examines the possibility of “translating” this concept into the tourism industry. That concept is known as "imagined (imaginative) geographies". It could serve to better understand the tourist sites, destinations or areas - their proper and sustainable management in terms of tourism resources available. The findings confirm the applicability of those considerations.

Mitko Shoshev, BULGARIA
MD, PhD, Neurologist, Clinical psychologist Medico-pedagogical consultative correctional center, Stara Zagora

 

SOME EFFECTS OF HEG NEUROFEEDBACK IN CHILDREN WITH ASD – A BRIEF REPORT

Abstract: The article presents the results of a study carried out for the first time on the territory of Bulgaria and related to the application of HEG neurofeedback training in children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Particular attention is given to the possibilities of the HEG neurofeedback training over different development stages in the children with ASD and in different groups of children with such a pathological condition, as well as to the duration of the neurofeedback training sessions. Used is one of the newest children with ASD group classification.

Nadezhda Stoykova, BULGARIA
PhD, Lecturer at Konstantin Preslavky University of Shumen

Stefka Aleksandrova, BULGARIA
PhD student at Konstantin Preslavky University of Shumen

 

ADDRESS AND STEREOTYPICAL ETIQUETTE PHRASES FOR STARTING SPEECH INTERACTION
(On material from contemporary speech)

Abstract: The article explores the frequency of use of specialized language resource that serve to initiate the speech interaction in colloquial speech practice. These are the forms of address and the various stereotyped labels. When initiating speech communication, the right choice of address or polite etiquette expression is essential and is a guarantee for successful dialogue in a consensual environment. The survey has a sociolinguistic character. A poll has examined the views of a large number of respondents. The questions in the survey are related to the stage of attracting the attention of the addressee and the realization of the speech itself in situations of formal and informal communication.

Plamen Dyankov, BULGARIA
Senior Assistant, DSc, Eng., Lecturer at Department of Engineering Logistics at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

DECOMPOSITION OF LOGISTICS NETWORKS

Abstract: The implementation of this strategy is at the expense of increasing the impact on manufacturers and other suppliers, by enhancing specific competencies and increasing efficiency (the level of satisfaction of consumers' requirements and wishes), as well as by offering a synthetic product: the product offered together with certain services; the product together with a transport service; the given product together with credit conditions and a specific payment scheme.

Rositsa Davidova, BULGARIA
Assoc. Prof., PhD in Faculty of Natural Sciences at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen 

 

Dimcho Zahariev, BULGARIA
Assoc. Prof., PhD in Faculty of Natural Sciences at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen 

Albena Ivanova, BULGARIA
Assoc. Prof., PhD in College – Dobrich at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen 

Krasimira Tanova, BULGARIA
Assoc. Prof., PhD in Faculty of Natural Sciences at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen 

 

REALIZATION MONITORING OF STUDENTS IN THE PROFESSIONAL FIELD OF PLANT PROTECTION IN THE UNIVERSITY OF SHUMEN

Abstract: Agriculture is a priority for the North-East region of the Republic of Bulgaria and stems from long-standing agricultural traditions. University of Shumen is the only higher education institution in Northern Bulgaria that offers courses in the discipline of Plant Protection. The monitoring was carried over the period 2012-2016 and includes students of three educational and qualifying degrees: professional bachelor, bachelor, and master. Students enrolled in the program may choose courses at the University of Shumen and the Dobrich College in order to gain a high-quality education and to attend to their needs, such as proximity to residence, family, and financially accessible studies. The graduates’ future careers, as well as the correspondence of their professional profile with the labor market’s demands, their adaptability to the market’s dynamics, their attitudes and motivation for further qualification, re-qualification and continuing education are objects of regular monitoring, control, and evaluation. The student data analysis shows that most graduates develop their own business related to agricultiral land cultivation. The theoretical and practical knowledge as well as personal and professional competencies gained in the course of the training can be applied immediately in real life and is profitable. Aa a steady tendency, the students find professional realization mainly in North-East Bulgaria. The conducted analysis clearly affirms the position of University of Shumen as the higher education institution that provides educated professionals for the agricultural sector in Northeastern Bulgaria.

Slavena Stoyanova, BULGARIA
Assoc. Prof. PhD, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Department “Economics and Mathematical Modelling”, “Konstantin Preslavsky” University of Shumen

 

COMMERCIAL TRANSACTION – NATURE, SCOPE, BASIC DOCUMENTS

Abstract: Documentation accompanies commercial transactions as soon as they occur. The emergence of exchange relations between people, their transformation and their formation intо permanent commercial relations (initially between individuals and then between individual nations) are at the core of the emergence and confirmation of the recording (scheduling, documentаtion) of the ongoing commercial processes that are directly bound with the realization of commercial transactions. The document is the material carrier of information, written testimony, evidence between traders for establishment of commercial transactions.
The study presents the essential characteristics of the commercial transactions, their scope and the requirements for their documentation on the basis of the applicable legal framework.

Svetla Stankova, BULGARIA
Konstantin Preslavski – University of Shumen, Department of Geography, Regional Development and Tourism

 

Tzanko Tzankov, BULGARIA
South-Western University, “Neofit Rilski”, Department of Geography, Ecology and Environment Protection

 

Mirela Marinova, BULGARIA
Konstantin Preslavski – University of Shumen, Department of Geography, Regional Development and Tourism

 

GEOMORPHOLOGY AND MORPHOGENESIS OF WATER CATCHMENT BASIN SUHA REKA RIVER

Abstract: In this report are examined results of regional geomorphological researches in water catchment basin of Suha reka river. It represents one of the ten dry valleys in North East Bulgaria spread alongside the border with Romania. The dry valleys in North East Bulgaria are distinguished with their monotonous at glance relief. From other side this river valley net which a part is Suha reka river with its genesis, morphogenesis and stages of development represents enigmatic morphological phenomena.

The main aim of this report is to reveal the lithology substrata and tectonic movements during Neogen – Quaternary stage applied for morphological face an spatial behavior of each elements in water catchment basin of Suha reka river.

Tzanko Tzankov, BULGARIA
Prof. Dr. Sci., South-Western University “Neofit Rilski”, Department of Geography, Ecology and Environment Protection

 

Svetla Stankova, BULGARIA
Assoc. prof. PhD, Konstantin Preslavski – University of Shumen, Department of Geography, Regional Development and Tourism

 

ABOUT THE ORIGIN AND MORPHOSTRUCTURE OF THE BLACK SEA BASIN

Abstract: The Black Sea Basin was a large Gulf in the north-eastern coast of the Phanerozoic Thetys Ocean. It south-eastern margin was marked by the different in the time spatial disposed Anatolian (Little Asia) Peninsula. It was moved to the North-West under the pressure of the Arabian and Persian continental plates during the last 20 M. a. The frontal West-Northwestern part of the Anatolian Peninsula was arrived the Balkan Peninsula (in the area of Bosporus) in the time of the completely closing of the Thetys Ocean in the Eastern Mediterranean and the beginning of the intercontinental collision between Gondwana and Europe. The little fragment from the oceanic crust in the area of the contemporary Black Sea Basin was remained as a Black Sea Oceanic microplate. It is distinguished from the enclosed continental microplates and epicontinental basins thru:
1. Deep, large, relatively flat sea bottom, formed in the rocks of the lower basalt layer from the Earth crust.
2. The sea shelf’s and sea slopes of the Black Sea Basin represent typical passive continental margins of the enclosed continental microplates.
3. In the Black Sea Basin were established very typical only for the oceans natural events „Tsunami”.
4. The water of the Black Sea Basin includes the characteristically only for the ocean basins sulphuretted hydrogen layer.

Tzanko Tzankov, BULGARIA
Prof. Dr. Sci., South-Western University “Neofit Rilski”, Department of Geography, Ecology and Environment Protection

Svetla Stankova, BULGARIA
Assoc. prof. PhD, Konstantin Preslavski – University of Shumen, Department of Geography, Regional Development and Tourism

 

SOUTH MORAVA MORPHOSTRUCTURAL ZONE (EAST PART OF BALKAN PENINSULA)

Abstract: South Morava morphostructural zone (east part of Balkan peninsula). The article represents a preliminary general view of the regional disposition and morphostructural essence of the South Morava morphostructural zone. This north-west marginal morphostructural unit of the Bulgarian continental micro morphotecture (from the east part of Balkan Peninsula – Tzankov, Stankova, 2014) is located in the border region of East Serbia, partial in West Bulgarian and in the north border part of the Republic of Macedonia (fig. 1). 

The west border of the South Morava morphostructural zone coincide with the primary suture between the Bulgarian continental microplate (to the east) and the Carpathian, Dinarian and Pind continental microplates. This very important tectonic contact was predetermined the necessity of origin, the place, the direction, the form and the most important internal pattern elements of the South Morava morphostructural zone.

Zdravko Kuzmanov, BULGARIA
Chief assist. prof. PhD in Management of Security Systems Department at Konstantin Preslavky University of Shumen

 

MODERN WEB-GIS TECHNOLOGIES

Abstract: The rapid development of Internet technologies in recent years has increased the possibility for users to use new ways of obtaining information, including georeferencing. Web-mapping is one of the tools of geo-information technology, as the variety of modern methods for creating web-GIS applications is practically endless. The advanced development of virtual mapping is undoubtedly one of the indicators for globalization, shortening distances, accelerating the process of data transmission and the implication of computer technology into modern life.

Zhivko Zhechev, BULGARIA
Assoc. prof. PhD, Lecturer at Department of Social Work  at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP WORK FORMS AT ART THERAPY

Abstract: As a means of increasing the social activity of the personality and its socialization Art therapy is realized in two forms - individual and group. Group therapy is conducted in groups of up to eight people. In this format, one common problem for all members of the group can be considered, such as "guilt" or an individual problem that affects more than one participant. Working with one of the group members, the other attendees are treated. Group dynamics are very strong and it is the one that drives the process. The group builds mutual trust and empathy, and also assists our social communication skills.

Georgi Karastoyanov, BULGARIA
DSc., prof., department Psychology and Leadership, faculty National Security and Defense, G. Rakovsky Military Academy 

Margarita Bakraheva, BULGARIA
South-Western University, assoc.prof., EPU 

Mariela Velikova, BULGARIA
PhD student, department Psychology and Leadership, faculty National Security and Defense, G. Rakovsky Military Academy 

 

INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN SELF-REGULATION, MEASURED THROUGH THE ACTION-STATE ORIENTATION AND DECISION-MAKING STYLE

Abstract: Based on the endings of this study as well as on earlier studies on decision-making style, the decision-making style is defined as the response pattern exhibited by an individual in a individual in a decision-making situation. This response pattern is determined by the decision-making situation, the decision-making task and by the individual features of the decision maker. Individual differences between decision makers include differences in habits but also differences in basic cognitive abilities such as information processing, self-evaluation and self-regulation, which have a consistent impact on the response pattern across the different decision-making tasks and situations. Results in support of this are discussed in the analysis of the the data from 196 volunteers and further research perspectives are suggested.