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Issue 3, November 2014

Ivaylo Kusev, BULGARIA 

Academician at Interdisciplinary Citizens Academy, Professor DSc Lecturer in Macro and Microsociological theories at University for National and World Economy in Sofia

 

George Lambagiev, BULGARIA 

Professor PhD, Corresponding member at Interdisciplinary Citizens Academy, Lecturer in Heuristics Methods in Scientific Researches at Technical University in Sofia 

 

SOCIAL DIPOLES

Abstract: The identification of the social dipoles is connected with the clarification of the social processes. Each social dipole suggests alternative concepts and terms of importance, such as contact between them. The article presents models of social dipoles.

Dr. Stoyan Sarg Sargoytchev, CANADA

World Institute for Scientific Exploration

 

ENERGY IN THE UNIVERSE AND ITS SYNTROPIC FORMS OF EXISTENCE ACCORDING TO THE BSM – SUPERGRAVITATION UNIFIELD THEORY

Abstract: According to the BSM- Supergravitation Unified Theory (BSM-SG), the energy is indispensable feature of matter, while the matter possesses hierarchical levels of organization. The physical vacuum according to BSM-SG possesses underlying organized structure called a Cosmic Lattice. It contains two types of energies: a Static one, that is enormous but not electromagnetic and a dynamic one - connected to electricity and magnetism. At the upper levels of matter organization is the atomic energy, followed by the chemical energy. The next upper level is the energy of the biomolecules, including the DNA and the proteins. They can store energy as rotating quantum states in rings of atoms. A detailed hypothesis about such a feature was previously published in http://vixra.org/abs/1307.0059. When the stored in such way energy is released it may form rings of entangled photons circulating in a localized space volume. This envisioned upper energy level is able to store information, so it is called an information field. Based on the properties of the photons to preserve their energy, the information field should be stable.

Vladimir Anatolyevich Tomilov, RUSSIA

Candidate of Philosophical Sciences, Associate Professor,Department of Philosophy and Social Arts Education, School of Pedagogics, Far Eastern Federal University

 

EDUCATION AND EVOLUTION OF SOCIETY

Abstract: In modern society professional selection as one of tasks of institute of education becomes an element of the organization of work that turns it into a factor of development of society. Professional selection in firm appears in «narrow» sense of the word, and in «broad» sense – at the level of society. The organization of the professional selection understood in «narrow» and «broad» sense of the word influences a vector of development of modern society.

Georgi Kolev, BULGARIA

Professor DSc in History Sciences, Vice Rector for Business and Investment Activities and Career Development of the Academic Staff at Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen, Head of Department Social Work

 

PROJECT ACTIVITY OF DEPARTMENT SOCIAL WORK AND STUDENT'S COMPETENCIES IMPROVEMENT

Abstract: Participation of students in project work has character on building their knowledge, skills and competencies. Project activities of students is a key factor for their personal development, as comparable to European standards professional qualification, successful social integration and continuous improvement of the qualification. It stimulates self-seeking scientific information and mastering of  basic skills for the handling and application in practical situations. Helps self discovery of new scientific facts, enriches existing information focused research to critical analysis and problem solving; implementation of innovative innovations experienced research and experimentation; transfer of technology, method and procedures and study their effect optimizer.

Sonya Ilieva, BULGARIA

Professor DSc, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen, Chief Editor of online journal SocioBrains

 

SCIENTIFIC PRIORITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT SOCIAL WORK AT KONSTANTIN PRESLAVSKY UNIVERSITY OF SHUMEN

Abstract: The current article makes a review on the scientific production of the academic staff of the department which has different directions: social services in Bulgaria, migration and migrants, long-term prognosis in the social field, child labor and its dimensions, reputation management, art therapy and therapeutic practices among institutionalized children, philosophical and social aspects of social work, etc. The department works on actual scientific problems, related to the practical improvement of the social activities. The achieved results influence directly to the teaching process and improve its quality.

Dora Kabakchieva, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant PhD, Lecturer and PR at Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

EVENT MANAGEMENT - MANAGEMENT OF COMMUNICATION FLOWS IN SOCIAL TIME AND SPACE

Abstract: The management of communication flows in social time and space is ultimatum necessity for the event management and particular feature of its essence. Universal skills and knowledge in the field of the event management are first and foremost connected with the communication skills and knowledge, specialized and adapted to the management activity. It is expected the professional to be good communicator in that field and to be able t manage, conduct and coordinate the communication process at different levels.

Dora Kabakchieva, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant PhD, Lecturer and PR at Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

ROLE AND PLACE OF THE HOLIDAY IN PERSON AND SOCIETY’S BEING – ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPTIONS

Abstract: As a cultural phenomenon the holiday has always been an object of the researches of culturologists, ethnographers, anthropologists, philosophers, sociologists, etc. On the other hand, the topic, the essence characteristics, classifications and definitions often seem to be absolutely different which signalize for necessity of more extended and thorough study of that phenomenon – the holiday.

The present paper analyzes some of the most considerable conceptions which show the major theoretical paradigms taking out the most important aspects of the holiday and studying its evolution and development.

Zhivko Zhechev, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant PhD in Social pedagogy; Theory of education and didactic, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

THE SOCIAL WORKER AS A COGNITARIAT OF THE THURD WAVE

Abstract: This article aims at looking into the future of the social worker in the context of the congnitariate from the “Third Wave” /Alvin Toffler/. It points out that whatever changes happen in the community life, the social worker will keep the uniqueness of his/her profession protecting the rights of the socially deprived.

Turkyan Chaush, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

MY HOME VILLAGE - YASTREBOVO 50 YEARS AGO, AT PRESENT AND IN THE FUTURE 

/research essay/

Abstract: Like all villages in Bulgaria Yastrebovo made ​​his progress during the period 1960 - 1989, the period in the so-called. "Socialism". This is associated with the development of cooperative farms - cooperative, which give people livelihoods and sustainable living. Today, democratic political system can not ensure the development of the village and its people. Therefore trends in the development of the village are not encouraging, highlighted with sadness by the author of the essay.

Kaimet Uzunova, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

PROGNOSIS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF VARBITSA 

/research essay/

Abstract: According to the scope of the planning regions Vurbitsa is included in the list of backward rural areas. And on its location have left their mark Thracians, Slavs and Bulgars. The city is not only picturesque, but rich in archaeological and cultural monuments. The main industries that develop around Vurbitsa are agriculture and cattle breeding. Furthermore, there are small areas of crop plants, tobacco, sugar beet, hemp, cotton and oilseed. Future of Vurbitsa is associated with tourism, wood processing enterprises and reduce the population.

Svilena Stoyanova, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

PROGNOSIS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF TOWN OF SMYADOVO 

/research essay/

Abstract: Smiadovo is a city in ancient times, which have the strongest period in its development period up to 1989. Forecast of its development is that it will develop in the future through tourism and recreation. It is noted that in this city, as in other small Bulgarian towns, both now and in the future will prevail adults.

Radka Krumova, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

AN OVERVIEW OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF VELIKI PRESLAV 

/research essay/

Abstract: In 893 Veliki Preslav became the capital of the Bulgarian state and it quickly became a literary center, which is developing the Slavonic alphabet. It was the capital over eighty years - up to 927 years. In the period of socialism, he turns into a small industrial center, but after 1989 - the change of the political system to democracy, as in many small towns of Bulgaria and Veliki Preslav marks regress. The future of the city will be towards the production of rare wines, tourism development, tourist guest houses, etc.

Rosen Zlatev, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

PROVADIA MUNICIPALITY IN THE NEXT 30 YEARS 

/research essay/

Abstract: Provadia and the villages in that region developed at a fast rate after the Plenum of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Bulgaria held in April 1956. There was success in all sectorsexhibited through improved equipment of all industries as well as higher living standards of the population in general. Industry is the most significant branch in the economy of the region. It is concentrated only in Provadia and is represented by all nine sub-branches of food industry, machine-engineering and metal-machining, textile industry. Well-developed agriculture. But the future of the city will be linked to the development of tourism, spa tourism, processing of essential oils, agriculture - mainly in milk production and dairy.

Dimitar Georgiev, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

PROGNOSIS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF MY HOME TOWN DOLNA MITROPOLIYA 

/research essay/

Abstract: Developing the administrative center - Town Republic is determined by agricultural processing plants and higher aviation school. The author of the research essay believes that these factors will continue to influence the development of his hometown. Moreover, foreign investment in the future will further revitalize the economic life of the city, and hence living standards.

Daniela Andonova, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

Ivelin Georgiev, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

Tihomir Nikolov, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

       

Aleksandar Milanov, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

TARGOVISHTE'S CULTURAL PERSPECTIVES IN THE FUTURE 

/research essay/

Abstract: The rich history of the town of Targovishte, combined with the exceptional nature and industrious population, make it an attractive center in North-East Bulgaria. This determines the present and future development of its cultural life. According to the authors of the essay, created in the present cultural institutions and mass media will continue to play a huge role in the spiritual development of its citizens.

Mladina Asenova, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

     

Doriana Nikolova, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

Boris Stefanov, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

      

Stanislav Donchev, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

Muhamed Osmanov, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

          

Ivan Draganov, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

SOCIAL AND DEMOGRAPHIC REALITY AND PERSPECTIVES FOR THE TOWN OF SHUMEN 

/research essay/

Abstract: Shumen is a city with a rich history and modern development. Its population is constantly increasing the years of liberation to the beginning of the 21st century. But the economic crisis and migration affect population reduction and its employment. In his essay formulates predictions for the future state of the hometown of six students who believe that, contrary to national projections Shumen has its future.

Kalinka Lyubenova, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

Luchezar Sabotinov, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

Ivaylo Popov, BULGARIA              

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

GENERAL PROGNOSIS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE CITY OF VARNA TILL 2030 

/research essay/

Abstract: The rich history of the city determined the rapid development of the city as a natural cultural - economic center of the North - Eastern Bulgaria. Thanks to this, nas3lenieto city is constantly growing, and particularly enhances this process in recent years. Unlike other Bulgarian cities of Varna and is a sustainable future, conditional on being an international shopping center transport; has a highly developed culture; there is a huge tourist potential.

Kalinka Lyubenova, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

Luchezar Sabotinov, BULGARIA

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

Ivaylo Popov, BULGARIA              

Student in Social Activities, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

DEMOGRAPHIC PERSPECTIVES OF THE CITY OF VARNA 

/research essay/

Abstract: The location the city of Varna on the Black Sea determines its development as a national and international transport and trade center, thanks to which its population narastvai continuously evolve in a positive direction. In his essay indicating the trends of the future development.

Svetla Petkova, BULGARIA

PhD at Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen, Pedagogical faculty, Department Technology study and vocational education 

Vasil Vasilev, BULGARIA

PhD at Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen, Pedagogical faculty, Department Technology study and vocational education

Neli Dimitrova, BULGARIA

Associate Professor PhD at Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen, Pedagogical faculty, Department Technology study and vocational education

 

SCIENCE CAN BE SWEET

Abstract: This article aims to present some of the practical training of student teachers in technology education. In the Bulgarian educational system technology education teachers are prepared in Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen in "Pedagogy of technique and technology."

Specialty "Pedagogy of technique and Technology" is based on two cycles of classes – pedagogy-psychological and technical. As the specifics of the training are aimed at surrounding technoworld and preparation of students required majority of classes are practical. Practical training of students - future teachers of technological education activities include both the productive sector and service sector activities implemented through technology workshops.

One of the most interesting technology workshops is "Culinary Technology". The aim is for the students as future teachers to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to master the basics of culinary art.