Issue 25, September 2016
Maria Osipova, BELARUS
Head of the Scientific and Methodological Centre "School – Family", the professor of Brest State University named after A.S. Pushkin, Belarus
PEDAGOGICAL CULTURE OF STUDENTS' PARENTS AS AN INDICATOR OF THE LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL POTENTIAL OF THE FAMILY
Abstract: In the article the author grounds the urgency of improvement in modern conditions of pedagogical culture ofparents as an indicator of the level of educational potential of the family. The author's position on theissue of pedagogical interaction with pupils' family, its success is disclosed. The author considers the experience in designing variational program of pedagogical interaction with the family, the mechanisms of its realisation, as well as effectiveness, confirmed by empirical data of the study.
Haykanush Mesropyan, ARMENIA
Associate professor, PhD at Yerevan State University
DRAWS THE NOTION OF ARMENIAN DIALECTS
ПОНЯТИЕՍԱՏԱՆԱ[SATANA] "ДЬЯВОЛ" В АРМЯНСКИХ ДИАЛЕКТАХ
Abstract: The article presents the concept of a «devil» (Satana) dialectal names. In the Armenian dialects, the most popular writer in the word «devil» (satana) are evil (grogh) (charq), sadayel, demon (dev), alk, Antichrist (ner) and gabus synonyms. This synonyms addition, there are also a number of words that indicate the various features of the inexistent demonic beings (such as this; beheghzebugh, belyar, Ezekiel, Lot, sheytan, shevot etc.) The study shows that the devil (satana) component of dialectal lexical or phraseological units inherent in all language versions and have a common Armenic (hayerenyan) territorial nature.
Evdokia Borisova, BULGARIA
Associate Professor, PhD at Department of theory and history of literature at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen
THREE BALKAN NOVELS ABOUT EAST AND WEST: THE DAMNED YARD BY IVO ANDRICH, THE CASE OF CEM BY VERA MUTAFCHIEVA AND THE WHITE CASTLE BY ORHAN PAMUK
Abstract: The paper puts forward the hypothesis of the succession between two contemporary Balkan writers. The common theme of meeting and clash of cultures links the plots and characters of the three novels which are set far apart in time and space (The Damned yard by Ivo Andrich, The Case of Cem by Vera Mutafchieva and The White Castle by Orhan Pamuk). Otherness and doubleness of the literary paired images (in Mutafchieva - Cem Sultan and the Persian poet Saadi, and in Pamuk – Hodja and Venetian), have their main cultural and existential projections. Passing through the hardships of those social (and cognitive!) spheres, the characters, in the words of Fernand Braudel, depart again to the extinguished flame of „the Arabian East”, this time helped by the West. Braudel comes into conflict with Huntington’s clash of civilizations thesis. The novels convey the idea that that culture is rather a product of borrowing and assimilation than of differences and clashes. It is here, in the Balkans, that a rare fusion of different cultures exists between the Slavic, Albanian, Greek, Armenian, Jewish, Seljuk and Arab-Persian culture on the one hand, and the culture of the Western civilization – on the other. The novel of Vera Mutafchieva explicates fictionally Braudel’s idea that civilization depends on the rulers, on the enlightened despots. More than a decade later the same idea was employed in Orhan Pamuk’s The White Castle. Thus, through these two indisputable modern masterpieces the culturological and philosophical concept of the Balkan novel prose overcomes the unquestioned respect for the historical novel as the most prestigious genre in Balkan literatures.
Milen Penerliev, BULGARIA
Associate Professor, PhD, University of Shumen “Konstantin Preslavski”, Department “Geography”
FIELD STUDIES IN TOURISM – NECESSITY AND IMPLEMENTATIONS
Abstract: The article examines the place of field studies in the scientific research concerning the tourism industry, justifying the necessity of extensive fieldwork and analysis with regard to a better management and development of the sector. Some basic field study methods have been indicated, such as the survey (questionnaire), the participating observation, the interview, some statistical and mathematical methods, etc. The main features of the subsequent processing of the gathered primary information have also been discussed.
Plamen Shulikov, BULGARIA
Associate Professor, PhD at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen
RECOGNITION, COGNITION AND MEDIA
Abstract: The seemingly simple identification questions, such as What is this? and Who is this?, which every child asks, are actually fundamental not only for the proverbial cognitive clarity of philosophy; these questions are also inherent in media. Through a number of historical arguments and examples, and a well-grounded interpretation of ancient and modern writers and facts from the Antiquity, Western-European classics and Bulgarian literary tradition, a conclusion is reached that in the end, identification is an attempt to define the others in order to control them, which is in fact among the priorities of modern media.
Plamen Dyankov, BULGARIA
Assistant of Engineeringfaculty, Department Engineering logistic at KonstantinPreslavsky –University of Shumen
IMPLEMENTATION OF MATHEMATICAL MODEL USING SOFTWARE OPTIMIZED OF LOGISTICAL PRODUCTS IN TRANSPORT SYSTEMS
Abstract: The globalization of production, markets and competition is only part of economic trends globally defining high levels of application activity transportation. The reporting of these perspectives highlights the vital importance of transport to support the overall process of stabilization and economic growth during the global crisis. Highly reduced production volumes reflect directly on the quantities of raw materials and finished products, which involve the transport area in the search for rational solutions.
Nevrie Chufadar, BULGARIA
Head assist. Dr., Episkop Konstantin Preslavski University of Shumen, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Turkish language and literature
ТHE CULTURAL VALUE OF TURKISH FOLK CULTURE WORK IN CHILDREN’S EDUCATION
Abstract: Child is a value which has a definite place in society. In today's world children's literature is perceived as a special share of science and study of this title has an international dimension, but we should not forget the works of Turkish folk culture, because they are very valuable and worthy carriers of folk lexis in our literature and culture. Children, in order to enrich their potential vocabulary of words, to develop their language, to become good readers, to know their culture well and be good communicators, have to know better the works of Turkish folk culture. The works of Turkish folk culture are works of Turkish culture. These works contribute to the linguistic education of children, they increase the children’s life power, they learn them to love Motherhood, nature and people. They teach them a skill for good behavior in a society, a sense of beauty and strengthen imagination and therefore these works of Turkish folk culture are the basis of all cultural values.
Fairy tales, sayings and set phrases, riddles will enrich the pleasure of reading, language, mental ability and culture to children.
The composition which is formed with wise personality and tolerant approach of Nasreddin Hodja and his donkey in his stories is a good educational material for education, communication and entertainment for children.
If we want our children to communicate, write and speak effectively in view of the positive cultural values of these popular works in social environment and at school, we must not forget their existence and continue to appreciate and reflect them in our daily in the upbringing of children.
Maya Konova, BULGARIA
PhD and PR at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen
SOCIAL CONFLICTS RESOLVED BY THE OMBUDSMAN IN BULGARIA.
Abstract: In the context of an increasingly complex conflict in the Bulgarian society it is imperative to look at the theoretical and practical aspects and ways of degradation of this conflict. And one of the tools for this are public mediators - Ombudsmen, whose task is precisely to ease the lives of citizens in the conditions of a transformed society that is "pregnant" from conflict. Conflicts that ombudsmen rezreshavat mostly can be typified as: conflict-related social activities, health, education and sport, ecology; conflicts relating to property law contracts, judiciary, police, government departments, public order and security; conflicts related to public works and construction, spatial planning, municipal property, transportation, streets and parking lots, local taxes and fees; conflicts related to district heating, mobile operators, electricity, water, etc; other conflicts.
Svetozar Stoyanov, BULGARIA
Logistic engineer and technician "Construction and Architecture"
Secretary of the Branch of the National Institute of Archaeologyy with Museum in Shumen
ADMINISTRATION OF EXECUTIVE AUTHORITY IN BULGARIA – STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION
Abstract: There is an attempt for theoretic-methodological characteristic of state administration. This abstract is trying to give general plan for the structure and the function of it. The attention is on central and territorial administration of executive authority.
Daniela Krumova, BULGARIA
Student in the master's program "Regulation and control in the system of social activities", Department of "Social Work"
STUDY OF INFLUENCE PERSONAL QUALITIES OF SOCIAL WORKERS MANIFESTATIONS OF ANXIETY AND BURNOUT COMPONENTS
Abstract: The article presents a study on the impact of the personal qualities of social workers on the manifestations of anxiety and components of burnout . Attached : " Giysan - test", "Questionnaire for self-assessment of social worker ", " Questionnaire for the Study of Anxiety on Ch Spilbargar " and " Scale to measure burnout of Maslach and Jackson ."