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Issue 37, September 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

 

OPTIMIZATION MODELS IN LOGISTIC ENGINEERING
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Abstract: Logistics are large-scale systems that are geographically scattered. Their complexity is due to many factors - interactions between decision-makers, drivers, workers and customers; vehicles, transport and warehouse processes; communication systems and modern computer technologies that are very complex themselves. Logistics has been defined by the Council of Logistics Management as "... the process of planning, implementing and controlling the effective and efficient flow and storage of goods, services and related information from the place of origin to the place of consumption in order to meet customer requirements ". This definition includes input, output, internal and external movements as well as the return of materials for environmental purposes.

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

 

AMBIGUITY AND ENTROPY OF INFORMATION FLOWS IN ENGINEERING LOGISTICS

Abstract: A major issue in the Economics is how to increase the quality of the movement and use of the limited resources for the purpose of satisfying the people’s growing material needs. Engineering logistics, as an objective basis, has been imposed as a paradigm (system) in the improvement of market relations, i.e. it is seen as an initial conceptual basis and a behavioral model.

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

Petar Enev, BULGARIA
Student at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

RISKS AND LOSSES IN THE ORGANIZATION OF TRANSPORT PRODUCTION

Abstract: Management is a process of interaction between man and nature, and as a result of this a person acquires for himself the necessary means of existence and development by transforming the objects of labor in goods for consumption by means of his work over labor using certain tools of labor in the conditions of a specific production relationship. In any society, it should seek to strengthen the management’s production function (material wealth and living comfort) and degradation of the environment and social negative consequences.

Rumen Vasilev, BULGARIA
Lawyer, assistant, PhD, Department of Social Activities, Faculty of Medicine, Trakia University - Stara Zagora 

 

CHILDREN AS A SOCIAL AND LEGAL CATEGORY

Abstract: Starting from the legendary normative acts of antiquity, also influenced later by the Christian dogmas, the article attempts to analyze the social and moral values of the term "child" by influencing the legal norms in search of its definitive definition. In this analysis, the author examines the existing norms defining this concept in legal aspect, such as the reflection of the development of the historical processes that led to today's circumstance placing children at the center of society, the protection of their rights and the opportunities for their development and education.
The historical improvement of the legislation under the influence of emerging and evolving Christian norms has been highlighted, the aim being to present in an experience stemming from the historical acts, the existing definitive definitions.

Rumen Vasilev, BULGARIA

Lawyer, assistant, PhD, Department of Social Activities, Faculty of Medicine, Trakia University - Stara Zagora 

Vesela Mareva, BULGARIA
PhD student, Department of Social Activities, Faculty of Medicine, Trakia University - Stara Zagora 

 

UNIFICATION OF INSTITUTIONS IN BULGARIA IN THE FUNCTIONING OF THE EUROPEAN EDUCATIONAL MODEL FOR SCOPE AND DETENTION OF STUDENTS IN THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM

Abstract: The aim of the European Union's education policies for school education is member states to strengthen their national identity, priorities and specificities. These policies prioritize the collaborative community education models, knowledge, skills and competences regulated in the Union's strategic educational framework. The idea in their realization is for the member states of the European Union to support each other by developing their educational systems in the postmodern realities of acute demographic crisis, big migratory pressure and marked disinterest and neglecting the learning process, both by children and by their parents. The present paper aims to present as a priority the unified normative acts of our national legislation related to the measures for joint work of the institutions on the scope and retention in the educational system of children and students in obligatory preschool and school age.

Snezhanka Georgieva, BULGARIA
Senior Assistant, PhD at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS OF TEXT COHESION AS A FEATURE OF LEVEL OF COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE OF STUDENTS

Abstract: Present research is an experiment of analysis of some educational practices aiming the development of text competence of the students. The article presents organization and results of an experiment which subject is didactic aspects of the work on learning the developed text cohesion, learning the parts of speech as a model of chain connection in the text, ways of cohesion, textual errors. Described is methodical system of context processing type which contains aims, school syllabus (with included changes), tools of reaching the goals. In the research are suggested criteria for measuring of receptive, analytical and productive skills of students taken part in the experiment. In details is presented typical measuring scale, for reaching the results in the beginning and in the end of the experiment. On the basis of the analysis of statistic data are made conclusions of positive changes in the level of communicative competence of the students from the experimental group (participating in the three years lasted experiment, realized by the author of this article).

Tatyyana Terzieva, BULGARIA
Assistant, PhD at Department of Russian language at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

TYPOLOGICAL PARAMETERS OF TERMINOLOGICAL DICTIONARIES

Abstract: The article explores the classification and typology of special dictionaries. The terminological parameters are described related to the development of terminology dictionaries of different types (interpretive, translation, information, etc. )

Todorka Kineva, BULGARIA
Assistant, PhD, Department of Economic sociology at the University of National and World Economy

 

THE CHALLENGES IN FRONT OF THE PARENTING TODAY 

Abstract: On the basis of a secondary analysis of ESI data "Parenting as a Conflict Zone in Bulgarian Society" conducted in November 2016, a social profile of the parents studied was analyzed and four types of parenting challenges were analyzed: financial, material, social behavioral , educative-educational and person-emotional.