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Issue 19, March 2016

Sonya Ilieva, BULGARIA

Professor DsC, Lecturer at Department of Social work at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

THE BULGARIAN SOCIOLOGY: MARXISM-LENINISM AND AFTER IT

Abstract: When we talk about Bulgarian sociology should be borne in mind the following facts: Auguste Comte created his new theory of science - Sociology in 1837 and with only 31 years later, in 1868, the Bulgarian revolutionary and educator Karavelov uses the term "sociology" and makes sociological analysis of society. And it happens in enslaved Bulgaria, whose relations with Europe are limited. This happens when the European and world social thinkers and philosophers are hesitant to adopt new science or challenge it. During a power in science and society Marxist-Leninist paradigm at the time of the so-called. "Socialism" sociology as an independent science in the socialist bloc was approved by the Bulgarian Zhivko Oshavkov scientist and the subsequent creation of the Bulgarian Sociological Society in Bulgaria in 1959. This is equivalent to ideological feat because it was done ignoring the ideological dictates of Moscow. The modern period of sociological knowledge begins to "readjust" the social transformation from totalitarianism to democracy and seeks to cover synthetic main dimensions in the Bulgarian context after 1989 gradually emancipation of mandatory until this year tenets of Marxism-Lenininsm. This is shown by a challenge of the transition as an ideology and practice of social transformation.

Tetiana Holovach, UKRAINE

Lecturer, Department of Foreign Languages, L’viv State University of Internal Affairs

 

THE ENGLISH TRAVEL GUUIDE AS A GENRE OF INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION

Abstract: The article, based on the analysis of available research and personal observations, presents main approaches to the understanding of the notion of “English travel guide”. The paper analyzes genre features of the English travel guide in the context of global intercultural communication and to conceptualize its communicative and functional potential.

Vasil Vasilev, BULGARIA

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

 

NATURE AND POSSIBILITIES OF COGNITIVE ACTIVITY OF STUDENTS AS PART OF THEIR SELF ACTIVITY

Abstract: One means of realizing the educational goals of society is organized learning process at school. In the process of training the personality mastering knowledge, which is summarized synthesized centuries-old experience of mankind. Cognitive process should be viewed in two ways. On the one hand he is a public-historical process. The public experience of previous generations "Social inheritance" is transmitted to the next generations.

Vasil Vasilev, BULGARIA

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

 

REVIEW OF THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS IN BULGARIA

Abstract: Currently Bulgarian education is developing in line with European standards and high social value. In terms of personality it seeks the formation of high general culture, reducing inequality and injustice, acquiring skills and qualifications relevant to business needs, building a wide communicative ability, scientific training and knowledge, guaranteeing independent professional selection, implementation and desire for continuous education and improvement only.

Gergana Kirilova, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant, Phd at Department “Social and Special Pedagogy” at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

WHAT TO DO IF WE HAVE A SUSPICION THAT THE CHILD HAS SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS?

Abstract: This exhibition is designed to help parents, teachers in kindergartens and resource teachers who have doubts that their own child or child, respectively, which is working with SEN. Despite numerous articles, books, courses, and awareness-raising campaigns are still a big part of the parents and colleagues do not understand exactly what the term includes children with SEN, what are their features, their opportunities and mostly faced with such a child with "trouble" what they could do and to what the experts to turn to for help.

Plamen Diyankov, BULGARIA

Assistans of Engineering faculty, Department Engineering logistic at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

Todor Tsonev, BULGARIA

Student of specialty Engineering logistic at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

THE ROLE OF LOGISTICS TERMINALS FOR DEVELOPMENT MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT. LOGISTICS SYSTEMS

Abstract: Logistics is complex and dynamic function whose characteristics vary within the limits and requirements of the market environment. It is a concept of integrated (interconnected) management of material and accompanying information and financial flows to high-quality customer service at minimal cost. Founded but its function is to create spatial and temporal usefulness of products delivering them where they sought at the appropriate time.

Plamen Diyankov, BULGARIA

Assistans of Engineering faculty, Department Engineering logistic at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

Yoanna Tsoneva, BULGARIA

Student of specialty Engineering logistic at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

DESIGN OF INFORMATION BASED ON LOGISTIC SYSTEM

Abstract: Information base as part of the information flow is a set of data for a relatively-constant characteristics of the components and processes necessary for the operation and management of the logistics system.

Petar Terziev, BULGARIA

Teacher at Professional School of Industrial Technology, Management and Tourism in Panagyurishte

 

BULGARIAN HISTORY IN THE HISTORY BOOKS IN ROMANIA AT THE LATE TWENTIETH AND EARLY TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY.

Abstract: The article examines the presentation of Bulgarian history in more recent history books of our northern neighbor. Our analysis also covers the main issues of the Romanian historiography as the origin of the Romanian people, its place among the other Balkan nations and its ethnic development. We examine the name "Vlachs" Romanian insight "Vlach-Bulgarian Empire" of Asenovtsi and geopolitical concept of "Romanian space." In Romanian textbooks we find quite historical estimates matched with our - for example, it is not disputed Bulgarian character of Samuil's state. Widespread is the participation of Romania in the Russo-Turkish War /1877 - 1878/. But Bulgarian and Romanian historiographic interpretation disagree on the accession of Northern Dobrudzha to Romania, as well as "integration" of Southern Dobrudzha after the Balkan wars. In contrast, as a good example of neighborly relations, we can note the presentation of books in Romanian Craiova, which shows how to resolve disputed issues by peaceful diplomatic means. The overall impression of the attitude of the Romanian historians to Bulgarians expressed in the history books is good. Yet we are far from the time when they will be written and taught general history books of the Balkan peoples.