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Issue 27, November 2016

Georgi  Lambadjiev, BULGARIA

Prof. Dr., Corresponding members of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and Аrts

 

TOPOLOGICAL MODEL OF SET

Abstract: The purpose of the article is to present a topological model of the set of a system. The topological model is developed on the basis of the space perceptions of the state of a system. The topological model can be used as a methodological tool in different areas of knowledge. For example, in order to reduce the degree of uncertainty of the information in border areas of knowledge. The concept of this model is a prerequisite for its computer application. The diagrams in the article illustrate this concept by linearizated images.

Nadezhda Stoykova, BULGARIA

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

 

CONVENTIONAL FORMS OF ADDRESS IN RUSSIAN AND BULGARIAN LANGUAGES, EXPRESSING POSITIVE EVALUATION

Abstract: In the contemporary linguistic literature the category of evaluation is studied from different aspects – semantic, formal, functional, and pragmatic. Evaluation is an intellectually-psychological act, which is used to express a positive or negative characterization of an object or a person. The present article analyses the semantics of the forms of address, which express a positive evaluation of the addressee of the speech act. Using such forms of address the speaker expresses various emotions – approval, fondness, love, joy, happiness, etc. The article studies four conventional groups of forms of address in Russian and Bulgarian languages: anthroponyms, common nouns, zoo-semantic nominations and adjectives with positive connotations.

Neli Dimitrova, BULGARIA

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

 

 ANALYSIS OF THE TERMS "ACME IN THE TEACHING PROFESSION" AND "PROFESSIONALISM OF TEACHER"

Abstract: Serving as one of the most difficult professions executable today in modern society is teaching profession. This requires a new look at this profession and a new way of analyzing. Therefore, the article examines the teaching profession in terms of science akmeologiya and makes a comparative analysis of the concepts of "Acme in the teaching profession" and "professional teacher". At first reading the term "Acme" is idntifitsira the term "professionalism", but in practice there is a significant difference between them and the difference is clear in the article. Discussed are three main indicators of the teaching profession: the requirements and needs of the public developed; child (the student); educational process at school. In the table are displayed characteristics of both ponetiya "Acme in the teaching profession" and "professional teacher" and an attempt was made to compare.

Rositsa Mihaylova, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant PhD in Department of "Social Work" at "Konstantin Preslavsky" - University of Shumen

 

CHILDREN AND CHILDHOOD IN NAMIBIA –TRADITIONS AND LAWS

Abstract: The period of childhood is associated with broad issues and challenges such as education and socialization of children, training them and preparing them for the future social and professional roles in society. Childhood is often accompanied by unfavorable development factors such as poverty, violence in its various dimensions and shapes, exploitation of child labor, discrimination, disregard for the fundamental rights of the child. With such challenges and unfavorable factors are faced the countries of Africa, including Namibia.

Rositsa Mihaylova, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant PhD in Department of "Social Work" at "Konstantin Preslavsky" - University of Shumen

 

THE PLACES OF NURTURING AS A FORM OF PROFESSIONAL FAMILY CARE IN THE SYSTEM OF RESIDENTIONAL CHILDREN CARE IN GERMANY

Abstract: The places of nurturing are a form of a help which on the one hand, provide professional, planned and socially legitimized work, but on the other hand, is strongly oriented to the family model. Therefore, it is a diverse, differentiated and private form of assistance with many individual opportunities for giving shape and provides a meaningful alternative as to the group homes so to the foster families.

Stella Boshnakova, BULGARIA

Pedagogy, Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

THE PLACE OF CHRISTIAN VIRTUE IN THE WORLD OF MEDIA

Abstract: The question concerning the need of a wider proclamation of the Christian virtues in the world of media is essential. This applies especially to our age of increasing influence exerted by the media on the process of bringing up children and adolescents. The purpose of this article is to bring forward the advantages of spreading Christian virtues through the media as well as to show the need and the benefit of building a value system, which preserves traditions and stands on the firm basis of the Christian constitution.

Svetozar Stoyanov, BULGARIA

Logistic engineer and technician "Construction and architecture", Secretary of the Branch of the National institute of archaeology with museum in Shumen

 

NOTES ON THE TRADITIONAL AND LOGISTICAL APPROACH IN THE MENAGEMENT

Abstract: In the most general terms and in brief, the topic assumes possibility of proposing conclusion that the development of the market economy is a prerequisite for the application of a logistic approach to management.

Tihomir  Radev, BULGARIA

Bachelor student in Social Work at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

WHY AM I IN BULGARIA? 

Abstract: Thoughts that are expressed in this essay are directed towards Bulgarian roots that keep us in rodinate despite the temptations of the outside world. In a simple but humane story told by the author understand something that is important for anyone remained in Bulgaria:  "I want to weigh in place and this place will be here and only here and if anything I'm not comfortable at the moment my duty is not to run, but to change it so that this stone to lie down comfortably and permanently in the wall. And if any do that, we will build Bulgaria as it would like to be."

Tihomir Radev, BULGARIA

Bachelor student in Social Work at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

WHY AM I A STUDENT?

Abstract: The author argues the occupied of his position a student with the prospect to become a minister, but of the bummers and mooching in Bulgaria. According to him, these are phenomena typical of the country and therefore should be built Ministry of mooching and he is preparing to take the place of his minister.

Yordanka Yankova-Yordanova, BULGARIA

PhD 3.5 Public communications and information science Doctoral programme, Management and organization outside area of material production (information security)

 

Plamen Diyankov, BULGARIA

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

 

AUTOMATED SYSTEMS FOR PROCESS CONTROL

Abstract: Automated systems are an innovative way to effectively manage the logistic processes in manufacturing company as they help the optimization of production costs and regulations, processes monitoring in real time,the increase of overall efficiency of production and logistic system and minimizing subjective deviations from the standardization norms derived from the human factor.

Yordanka Yankova-Yordanova, BULGARIA

PhD 3.5 Public communications and information science Doctoral programme, Management and organization outside area of material production (information security)

 

KEY ASPECTS OF ECONOMIC LOGISTICS

Abstract: Striving for continuous development and improvement of manufacturing business activity causes significant changes in the organization of supply between companies. New methods and technologies, based on logistics approach, are continuously developed and widely applied.

Yordanka  Yankova-Yordanova, BULGARIA

PhD 3.5 Public communications and information science Doctoral programme, Management and organization outside area of material production (information security)

 

LOGISTICS FLOWS AND LOGISTIC CHAINS - IDENTITIES AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THEM

Abstract: During the first half of the twentieth century a branch of science called logistics starts its special development. It is a relatively new theoretical and applied field and it immerges as the result of objective requirements and trends in the modern world. Logistics coordinates material and information flows while it globally optimizes the processes associated with the passage of products through all phases of their existence. Its impact goes beyond economy; it is internationally significantand plays an essential role in the competitiveness of companies in the European and world market. One of the main elements characterizing the nature of the logistics are logistics flowand logistics chains –which are report.