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Issue 35, July 2017

Andrey Bogdanov, BULGARIA
Assoc. Prof., Eng., Lecturer at Department of Engineering Logistics at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

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

CHOOSING A COMPLETE DELIVERY CIRCUIT FOR MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT OPERATOR

Abstract: Quite often, there are a lot of participants which are included in the process of multimodal transportation organization. It's difficult to organize their work without any delays or failures and to choose the most effective supply chain. Selection of the optimal delivery route is complicated by the act that the time of logistics operation fulfillment is not known in advance and depends on circumstantial factors, as well as by the fact that cargo delivery time is not the sole criterion for selecting the optimal option. There was developed the unique method of the supply chain which combines the decision of compromised point in order to solve multi criterion problem at three points: minimum, maximum, medium by analogy with calculation of the square of the curvilinear trapezoid according to the Simpson rule. As a result, this method allowed to determine the optimal logistics chain taking into account both the time indeterminacy and expenses in each chain link.

Danail Zhelyazkov, BULGARIA
Master in Social Counseling, Department of Social Pedagogy at "Konstantin Preslavsky" - University of Shumen

 

A BRIEF HISTORY THE EMERGENCE AND CHRONOLOGY OF THE BAGPIPE CLASS AT THE KALINA MALINA ART SCHOOL AT THE "HRISTO BOTEV 1872" HIGH SCHOOL IN NOVI PAZAR

Abstract: The history of the emergence and the chronology of the bagpipe class at the Kalina Malina Art School at the "Hristo Botev 1872" High School in Novi Pazar have been explored. The difficulties and support that has been given to the establishment of the school have been mentioned. A detailed list of the awards and performances of students from the school was created.

Danail Zhelyazkov, BULGARIA
Master in Social Counseling, Department of Social Pedagogy at "Konstantin Preslavsky" - University of Shumen

 

DEVELOPMENT AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE NEW MARKET GAADAR SCHOOL OR HOW THE BAGPIPE CLASS AT THE KALINA MALINA ART SCHOOL AT THE "HRISTO BOTEV 1872" CHITALISHTE IN NOVI PAZAR HAS BECOME A BAGPIPE SCHOOL OF NATIONAL IMPORTANCE

Abstract: The development and achievements of the New Market Bagpipe School have been explored and how the bagpipe class has become a bagpipe school of national importance. It outlines the achievements of the gauder school at regional, national and international level. Thanksgiving has been expressed to all those who are sympathetic to the development and achievements of the bagpipe school for its 32-year existence.

Daniela Petrova, BULGARIA
Hristo Botev, Primary School, Dobrich

 

HISTORICAL VIEW ON IDEAS FOR CHILDREN’S EARLY MATHEMATICAL EDUCATION BY LEADING AUTHORS

Abstract: This article traces the historical aspect of the emergence and development of the idea for mathematical education as a part of the children’s initial school preparation. Authors, both foreign and Bulgarian, contribute to the theory of early mathematical development with appropriate methods, approaches and tools. With the development of the methodology behind mathematics, the children in preschool’s mathematical ideas are born.

Darina Vasileva, BULGARIA

Professor PhD, Pedagogical Faculty at „Konstantin Preslavsky“ – University of Shumen

 

RITUAL AND FEAST AS PRIMARY ORGANIZATION FORMS OF CULTURAL MEMORY. THE DANCE DRAMA „NESTINARKA“ BY MARIN GOLEMINOV
Abstract: If the memory functions in a reconstructive way and the past has been reorganized by the changing reference frames of the continuously progressing present, what from the past experience has been reconstructed today and how has this reconstruction been made?
The author tries to find the answer of these questions, studying one of the most representative works of the Bulgarian art – the dance drama „Nestinarka“ (literally „Fire-dancer“). by Marin Goleminov.
The history of creation and the social life of „Nestinarka“ give good opportunities for studying art in its function as a group’s memory. This really remarkable work could be interpreted from the point of view both of volitional and non-volitional memory. Most important is the reference frame of the present, which is at the root of strongly emphasized figurativeness and thus in the change of the remembering modus as well. The recent theatrical experiments, reviving the recollections for the first production of „Nestinarka“ dance drama confirm the fact that every attempt to discover new horizons is at the same time a re-discovery of the past.

Evgeniya Ivanova, BULGARIA
Assistant Professor, PhD at „Konstantin Preslavsky“ – University of Shumen

 

DRAMA EDUCATION FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN

Abstract: This article stipulates on some serious issues of current education, namely obsolete didactic approach such as ‘traditional classroom’ syllabi, lack of person-to-person approach in education, the main emphasis on verbal thought. Furthermore, theatrical art is seen as an alternative didactic approach in forming a creative character as well as overcoming alienation of teachers and students.

Georgi Lambadjiev, BULGARIA
Prof. Dr., Corresponding member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and Arts

 

MAJOR TRANSFORMATIONS TO THE INPUT VARIANCE

Abstract: The contradictions, which are located in the background of a particular process, are analyzed. The characters of these contradictions carry out interaction priority through conversions "replacement" and "analogisation".

Georgi Lambadjiev, BULGARIA
Prof. Dr., Corresponding member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and Arts

 

MAJOR TRANSFORMATIONS TO THE CENTRAL VARIANCE

Abstract: The contradictions which are located in the central part of the а specific process, are analyzed. The characters of these contradictions carry out interaction priority through conversions "exclusion" or "replacement".

Georgi Lambadjiev, BULGARIA
Prof. Dr., Corresponding member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and Arts

 

MAJOR TRANSFORMATIONS TO THE OUTPUT VARIANCE

Abstract: The contradictions which are located at the beginning of the а specific process, are analyzed. The characters of these contradictions carry out interaction priority through conversion "exclusion".

Georgi Lambadjiev, BULGARIA
Prof. Dr., Corresponding member of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and Arts

 

METHODS FOR SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT

Abstract: Two methods for the development of the system were compared. The field of their application is established.

Lilia Lozanova, BULGARIA
Senior Assist., Department of Pedagogy and Management of Education аt Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

MATTERS, RELATED TO THE INFLUENCE OF THE MEDIA OVER THE ATTITUD OF SENIOR CLASS STUDENTS TO THE TERMINOLOGICAL VALUES

Abstract: Mass media have increasingly serious impact on the moral education of the young generation. Universal human values become the main guide for them in today's global world with diverse information.Modern mass media create a global аrea in which young people must navigate every day,must evaluate and choose among information resources oversupply.

Lilia Lozanova, BULGARIA
Senior Assist., Department of Pedagogy and Management of Education аt Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

THE MEDIA LITERACY ATTITUDE TO THE COMPETENCES, DEFINED BY EUROPEAN NORMATIVE BASE

Abstract: The information society puts higher demands on the competencies of contemporary people, especially young people. The media cover different aspects of life in the global world, and therefore the need for media literacy of citizens, regardless of their age, is growing. Media literacy is an accent in the European legislation, but it still has no place in the Bulgarian one. In the EU legal framework and in research, however, it is a component to the competences needed in the 21st century.

Maksym Prykhnenko, UKRAINE
PhD student at the Department of International Relations and Foreign Policy, Vasyl’ Stus Donetsk National University, Vinnytsia

 

THE ORIGINS AND PECULIARITIES OF THE IDEOLOGICAL BASIS OF TONY BLAIR’S FOREIGN POLICY MODEL

Abstract: An identity of a state leader and his team as well as government bodies which could be transformed by the leader have a great influence on the state developing process. This thesis is particularly relevant to the period of Tony Blair’s Great Britain. His leadership model is one of the most controversial one in the modern world. This issue became especially relevant after the publication of Chilcot Committee’s report concerning the situation on Iraq. Ideological basisis one of the most important part of this model because it determines “originality” of blerism. This paper examines origins of Tony Blair’s ideology as well as traditional and new aspects of the “New Labour” power. More specifically, it suggests “the British Crisis” after the World War II as the start point for British identity rethinking process. Churchillism and Thatcherism are considered as the basis of blerism. Special attention attends to the ethical dimension of “the Third Way” ideology. The discussion concludes with investigation of idea about “Transatlantic Bridge” and its impact on specific of Euro-Atlantic direction.

Maria Osipova, BELARUS
HEAD OF THE SCIENTIFIC-METHODICAL CENTRE “SCHOOL – FAMILY”, THE PROFESSOR OF BREST STATE UNIVERSITY NAMED AFTER A.S. PUSHKIN

 

VARIABLE SYSTEM OF DEVELOPMENT OF GENDER CULTURE OF JUNIOR SCHOOL CHILDREN

Abstract: The article reveals the urgency of the problem of the development of junior schoolchildren. The author substantiates theoretical prerequisites of the research, its practical part in the form of variable system of the development of the characterized type of children’s culture. The given system is represented in the form of units of classes, aimed at broadening of knowledge and forming the pupils’ skills in the sphere of their gender-role behaviour.

Milena Georgieva, BULGARIA
Historian of Regional History Museum Shumen, department „History of the Bulgarian people XV – XIX century”, Phd student in „History of Pedagogy and Bulgarian Education” at the University of Shumen „Bishop Konstantin Preslavski”

 

PUBLIC AND EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY OF TODOR IKONOMOV IN THE TULCEA (1869 – 1878)

Abstract: Todor Ikonomov is mostly known as advocate of the Bulgarian church during the National Revival and as a politician, philosopher and social activist after the Liberation.

Nadezhda Stoykova, BULGARIA
Lecturer, PhD at Department of Russian Language at Konstantin Preslavski – University of Shumen

 

CRIME NICKNAMES OF THE BULGARIAN ONOMASTICONE IN THE MODERN SUBCULTURE

Abstract: The study of criminal nicknames in contemporary scientific knowledge is being investigated not only of onomastics but also of many other sciences such as ethnography, folklore, forensics, and andevenlinguo-culturalstudies. The nicknames of criminals are extremely popular in the public. These names are units with indirect nomination and have an optional character, distinguished by their expressive expression. In the criminal nickname are encrypted certain features of his owner such as status and role in the group. This is the reason why the nickname becomes a required attribute. Almost every criminal has a nickname that is a peculiar signifier of his belonging to a particular group of the criminalworld.  This article discusses the main functions of the criminal nickname and the inter relationship between them, videlicet: 1) the criminal nickname has a designating function ‒ substitutеs the name; 2) the criminal nickname is distinguished by its social stigmatization; 3) the criminal nickname affirms the status of personality in the group hierarchy; 4) serves as a verbal means of perosonalization (honorable nicknames) and depersonalisation (insulting nicknames). It has been attempted to classify the investigated corpus of criminal nicknames into lexical-semantic classification.

Oktai Hussein, BULGARIA

 

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

APPLICATION SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGIES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SUPPLY CHAIN

Abstract: Logistics processes in the global economy are characterized by increasing complexity, dynamism and distribution and are key challenges for logistics planning and control. Generalized centralized approaches are often limited in their effectiveness due to the large number of logistics objects and parameters to be taken into account. On the other hand, users require the availability of fast, individualized and inexpensive logistics services. All this leads to the need for IT systems that meet the requirements of specific logistics processes.

Pavlina Lazarova, BULGARIA
Associate Professor, PhD in Department of Social Work at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

STUDY OF SELF-RELATION OF STUDENTS

Abstract: The article presents the results of a study of the self-relation of a group of students (men and women) of Shumen University "Ep. К. Preslavski". The research shows statistically significant differences in the degree of manifestation of characteristics of self-esteem in students of both genders.

Pavlina Lazarova, BULGARIA
Associate Professor, PhD in Department of Social Work at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

STUDY OF SOCIABILITY OF STUDENTS

Abstract: The article presents the results of a study of the sociability of a group of students (men and women) of Shumen University "Ep. К. Preslavski". The research shows statistically significant differences in the degree of manifestation of characteristics of sociability in students of both genders.

Pavlina Lazarova, BULGARIA
Associate Professor, PhD in Department of Social Work at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

STUDY OF SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL ADAPTATION OF STUDENTS

Abstract: The article presents the results of a study of the socio-psychological adaptation of a group of students (men and women) of Shumen University "Ep. К. Preslavski". The research shows statistically significant differences in the degree of manifestation of characteristics of socio-psychological adaptation in students of both genders.

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

 

APPLICATION OF INNOVATIVE METHODS IN IMPROVING THE TRANSPORT FORWARDING SERVICE

Abstract: The existence of competition both in the field of transport and in the provision of additional services creates prerequisites for innovations in the activity of the existing forwarding companies. There are also opportunities for uniting the functions of carriers and freight forwarders in some areas.

Snezhanka Georgieva, BULGARIA
Senior Assist. PhD, Department of Technological and Vocational Education, Preschool and Primary School Education at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

THE ROLE OF ALGORITHM IN THE PROCESS OF IMPROVING COMMUNICIAL SKILLS OF STUDENTS

Svetlozar Stoyanov, BULGARIA
Logistic engineer and technician "Construction and architecture", Secretary of the Branch of the National institute of archaeology with museum in Shumen

 

NOTES ON THE FORMATION OF GEODETICS ENGINEERING

Abstract: The following article, in brief, comes to the conclusion that the interdisciplinary and adaptive qualities of the geodetics engineering are prerequisites for its formation and the fact that it serves as a link between various fields of science. There’s an integrative logistic link between theory, research and practice that unifies the efforts for acquiring working, truthful and effective practical knowledge. This is the result of the collaboration of many researchers with experience in various interdisciplinary sciences and with different approaches to theory and practice, methodology and tools.

Tadeusz Szczurek, POLAND
Military University of Technology, Gen. S. Kaliskiego St. 2, Warsaw 00-908, POLAND

Marcin Górnikiewicz, POLAND
Military University of Technology, Gen. S. Kaliskiego St. 2, Warsaw 00-908, POLAND

RESEARCH INTO THE EFFECTIVENESS OF WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION DURING THE 20TH CENTURY: BETWEEN THE TWO WORLD WARS AND THE COLD WAR

Abstract: The article is devoted to the methodology used to study chemical, biological and nuclear weapons of mass destruction introduced during the 20th century. The authors studied various methods utilized to test the effectiveness of such armaments both at the time of the two World Wars as well as during the standoff of the Cold Warbetween the so called West and the Soviet Union. The sudden leap of civilization which occurred in the 20th century significantly influenced the revolutionary changes within the arms industry and, at the same time, introduced new possibilities concerning the testing and development of weapons of mass destruction. War had always been used as a "testing ground" allowing the practical assessment of the effectiveness of new weaponry.

Tsvetanka Ivanova, BULGARIA
Shumen University, Faculty Mathematics and Informatics, student, specialty Multimedia technologies

Krasimir Harizanov, BULGARIA
Assistant Professor, PhD Shumen University, Faculty Mathematics and Informatics, student, specialty Pedagogy of Mathematics and Informatics,

 

MULTIMEDIA AND HYPERMEDIA TOOLS IN KNOWLEDGE PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS

Abstract: The paper presents the role of multimedia and hypermedia tools in the presentation and evaluation of an individual’s knowledge. A few online technologies have been explored to enable the preparation and implementation of test type resources. It is proposed to authorise a web application to create multimedia tests, to evaluate and analyse knowledge. Here are some of the capabilities of the web app through which they can develop evaluation or self-evaluation tests. Here are some screenshots that visualize the main features of the application.

Veselina Ilieva, BULGARIA

PhD student at Department of Social Pedagogy at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen


SOME ASPECTS OF THE PROTECTION OF CHILD REFUGEES IN BULGARIA

Vyara Stoilova, BULGARIA
Associate Professor, PhD, University of National and World Economy – Sofia

 

SOCIALIZATION THROUGH AN IDEA AND SELF-PRESENTATION OF “SUCCESSFUL PERSON”

Abstract: The article focuses on the process of socialization through the concept and the self-representation of "successful person“ as models of realized individual life plans within a particular society. Data is used from non-representative sociological research conducted amongst students from University of National and World Economy – Sofia.

Ilia Iliev, BULGARIA
Lecturer at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen – college Dobrich

Sofia Yordanova, BULGARIA
Student of specialty „Pedagogy of primary school”, college Dobrich

 

TEAMWORK AT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN TECHNOLOGY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION

Abstract: Society demands a number of requirements about teaching technologies and entrepreneurship:
 an opportunity for creative expression of students
 formation of common work skills
 accessible and interesting work activity
 diverse tehnological organization