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Issue 24, August 2016

Sonya Ilieva, BULGARIA

Professor DSc at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen, Pedagogical faculty, Department of Social Work

 

GENERATIONAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE PERSONS IN THE SOCIETY

Abstract: Generational relations human characterize only the conditions in which he interacts with other people and generations, but also constitute its inner certainty. From the sociological point of view generation to consider a set of people who live around the same time and are also approximately the same age. The article makes characteristic of different types of generations: arturian generation Puritan generation, enlightened generation, generation of compromise, greatest generation, silent generation, the lost generation, generation of baby boomers, Generation X, Generation Y, Generation Z. In essence one is a kind of ensemble of social relations and when examined it, it means that virtually explore public relations at a time when man lived.

Evgeni Osipow, BELARUS

PhD in Pedagogics, Docent Brest State University named after A.S. Pushkin

 

THE METHOD OF PROJECTS IN  TEACHING INTERACTION WITH PUPILS' FAMILY TO FUTURE PEDAGOGUES

Abstract: The article discloses the urgency of teaching interaction with pupils' family to future pedagogues. The significance and the essence  of projects method in the sphere of the described way of teaching students are grounded. In the article there is an algorithm of pupils’ project work including aim, project type, the main educational and professional task, stages of realization in the context of pedagogue's interaction with the family.

Zhivka Voenkinova, BULGARIA

Professor PhD, Department of Social pedadogy, Faculty of education, at Konstantin Preslavsky - University of Shumen 

 

Lora Rashkova, BULGARIA

PhD student, Department of Social pedagogy, Faculty of education, at Konstantin Preslavsky - University of Shumen

 

SOCIAL - PEDAGOGICAL  ACTIVITY  IN  BASES  SOCIAL  SYSTEM  OF  UNEM

Abstract:  Presented are problems related to socio-pedagogical activity in the bases of the social system of unemployed. In a market economy, unemployment and poverty are increasingly observed phenomena. The fight to reduce unemployment is a priority of the Republic of Bulgaria. Social work with unemployed is government policy that seeks to maintain stability in the labor market, providing protection against unemployment and promotion of employment. To achieve this global objective using different programs and measures funded by the government and various organizations.

Zhivka Voenkinova, BULGARIA

Professor PhD, Department of Social pedadogy, Faculty of education, at Konstantin Preslavsky - University of Shumen 

 

Lora Rashkova, BULGARIA

PhD student, Department of Social pedagogy, Faculty of education, at Konstantin Preslavsky - University of Shumen

 

SOCIAL PROBLEMS OF REFUGEES IN BULGARIA

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Abstract:  The study is devoted to current social problems of refugees and asylum seekers in the Republic of Bulgaria. Also examined is the preparation of specialists for social and educational work with refugees in the country, recommendations and measures for the integration of refugees. The focus is on overcoming the crisis of refugees and resolving the problems of refugees residing in Bulgaria. The study is designed for professionals working on the problems of refugees, socio-educational professionals, students / bachelors and masters / PhD students and teachers.

Chavdar Sotirov, BULGARIA

Associate professor, PhD, Vice Dean of Research Activity at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT AND MOTOR ACTIVITY OF THE CHILD

Abstract:  At the present stage of social development issues for the socialization of the child is current. The specific goal was to examine the relationship between social development and motor activity of the child in preschool.

Tatyana Chalakova, BULGARIA

Professor PhD, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Turkish language and literature at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

Embie Kyazimova, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant PhD, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Turkish language and literature at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

NUMBERS AND SACRAL ANGLE AS MATRIX FOR MODELLING THE WORLD

Abstract: The article examines the mythological roots of the angle as a sacral symbol in pre-religious and religious beliefs. Attention is drawn to the fact that geometrization (schematisation) is one of the main mechanisms of human thinking in the perception of patterns: even the more mythological consciousness differs the lines between closely spaced stars like geometric shapes, and often associate sacral totem animals, artifacts, natural siteswith them. Angle as one of the simple geometric shapes, is the basis of more complex geometric objects, which were associated by the Pythagorean School with the sacral numbers from 1 to 9, and is also a product of schematisation of the holly kutin the ancient Turkic culture and represents an element of sacred symbols – hexagram and swastika. Holy Kaaba is associated with the idea of angle sacrality, which consists of 4 "angles" of the world, in the east (sacred) angle, where is situated a stone with meteorite origin - the celestial power of god Hubal, corresponding to the vital force – kut of people. The semantic reflex of kut - angle in Slavic cultures is also interesting, which is an indirect evidence that angle as a sacral symbol, has anuniversal character.

Diyana Nikolova, BULGARIA

Assistant, PhD student at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

MEDICAL TERMS IN COMPUTER TERMINOLOGY

Abstract: The purpose of this article is to examine the terms passed from the medical terminology in the system of Bulgarian and Russian computer terminology. Based on semantic rethinking give new meanings to the terms of the medical terminology system and create new terminological units, which are actively used in the field of innovative technologies (IT). This process of formation of the terms is called reterminologization. The main method is a medical metaphor, known since antiquity. Available frames comparative analysis of the conceptual metaphor virus, based on which terms were moved from the realm of medicine in computer terminology. Using real and popular knowledge already following this model explains the virtual concepts.

Biserka Stoimenova, BULGARIA

Asst. Prof. PhD, Faculty of Humanities,
Konstantin Preslavsky - University of Shumen,

Stanislava Popova, BULGARIA

Bachelor student of Philology, Faculty of Humanities,
Konstantin Preslavsky - University of Shumen,

HYPERTROPHY OF INSIGNIFICANT IN THE NOVEL HAPPY ARE THE HAPPY BY YASMINA REZA

Abstract: The article explores the novel by using the contemporary conception of postmodern individual’s sociability. It follows up the technique of building up a conflict through collisions as a result of a grotesque growth of the ordinary and insignificant events in everyday experience of modern man, which is an expression of his emotional chaos and worried frustration. A special emphasis has been placed on the various manifestations of „thehypertroрhу of the insignificant" as a grotesque mixture of hackneyed reason to pick up a quarrel, taste pettiness, uncontrollable ego’s neuroticism and escalating verbal aggression. The study uses ideas of Gilles Lipovecki -a social philosopher of the postmodernity, (L'ère du vide: Essais sur l'individualisme contemporain, Les temps hypermodernes, Le bonheur paradoxal. Essai sur la société d’hyperconsommation) to follow up theе behavior of three major traits of Reza’s characters -superficiality, narcissism and consumerism, as well as, their dramatic and comic potential.
The article also examines the Reza's novel in broader dramaturgical approach by analyzing criss-crossing of key topics, types of characters, and dynamics of conflicts, found as well as, in Reza's plays Аrtand God of Сarnage.

Elena Stoyanova, BULGARIA

Professor, PhD, Department of Russian Language at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

THE CONCEPT AS WORLDVIEW INDICATOR AND CULTURAL MEMORY TOOL IN THE MEDIATEXT

Abstract: The paper is devoted to study of the cultural component of ‘pie’ concept as a basis of mechanisms of perception of the world and its conceptualization in the framework of modern linguistic and cultural situation. The aim of the paper is to identify language objectification of mental structures on the material of media discourse, which is perceived as the actual slice of the linguistic and cultural situation as representations of linguistic and sociocultural state of society at a certain stage, showing the trend of development. In this case the cultural context seems to be one of the levers of regulation of media discourse and the development of complex linguistic and media components.

Nevrie Chufadar, BULGARIA

Head assist. Dr., Faculty of Humanities, Department of Turkish language and literature at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

Aylya Ibrahim, BULGARIA

Student at Faculty of Humanities, Department of Turkish language and literature at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen
 

THE MYTHOLOGICAL IMAGE OF DEMIR BABA (AN ATTEMPT FOR INTERPRETATION OF THE ANTHROPONYMS DEMIR BABA)

Abstract: The article follows the mythological image of Demir Baba - Iron father who is the main hero in the folklore of Ludogorie region and is the oldest character in our folklore. He is a winner of the syncretism between ethno-linguistic, cultural, historical and spiritual-religious communities. It has been made an attempt to interpret the mythological figure Demir Baba as a bearer of good fortune. In the legends of Demir Baba, he is a person who influences the fate of others. In the image of the character the faith and hope of the usial man in the victory of good over evil and the triumph of justice over injustice is personified. The anthroponym”Demir Baba” is interpreted as a combination of two words, “Demir – iron” and”grandmother – father”. Other interpretations of the name “Demir” are associated with the nickname “pehlivan – fighter” and “kara Demir - black iron”. The name Demir personifies a syncretic image and means a unity of masculine and feminine beginning determining the fate of people.