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Issue 29, January 2017

Georgi Lambadjiev, BULGARIA
Prof. Dr., Corresponding members of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and Arts

 

SET AND HIERARCHY

Abstract: The purpose of the article is to present an analytical model of development of the set of a system in hierarchical aspect. The entropy as degree of modification of a process for this purpose is used. The entropy is a function of the set of a system.
The concepts are object of an analytical description. Each concept is a model of the image for an object. This image is characteristic of a specific level of organization. Accordingly the concept belongs to the level of organization of the object - model.
If the image is moved to another level of organization, the meaning of the concept, which characterizes this image, changes. The changing of the meaning of a concept as a change of its name is denoted.
Each level of organization has its own set. It is managed by the main managing factor which is characteristic of this level of organization.

Georgi Lambadjiev, BULGARIA
Prof. Dr., Corresponding members of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and Arts

 

SET AND POLAR CATEGORIES

Abstract: The purpose of the article is to present an analytical model of the set of a system depending on polar categories. These categories are the main governing factors of the behavior of a system. The change of the set is transition from a couple polar categories to another one. The entropy for determination of the characteristic of the new set is used. An electric model for search for a solution is presented.

Sonya Ilieva, BULGARIA

Professor DSc in Department of Social Work at Konstantin Preslavky – University of Shumen 

 

DEINSTITUTIONALISATION OR SEGREGATION?

Abstract: Deinstitutionalization is figuratively closure of large institutions - various orphanages where children supposedly segregated. But new, alternative services for children - a center for family-type accommodation center for temporary accommodation; crisis center; transitional housing; protected housing and others. in a peculiar way replicate the structure of larger institutions, making them smaller. The so-called. "Alternative services for children" are also institutions that have minimized model of large homes. Closed in less space, in domestic terms napodobavya family home and communing with fewer children, the children are also segregated in certain signs: economic, with mental and physical disabilities suffered violence, etc., Which is a micro segregation in its pure form.

Sonya Ilieva, BULGARIA

Professor DSc in Department of Social Work at Konstantin Preslavky – University of Shumen 

 

WHAT HUMAN VALUES TEACHES ME THE RELIGION THAT I PROFESS
express drilling

Abstract: The article presents an express examination of the opinion and estimates of first-year students of specialty "Social Activities" at Shumen University for what is their attitude towards their religion that preached answering a single question: „What human values teaches me the religion that i profess?”. The general conclusion, which is required by the presented empirical information is recorded: Professing Christianity and Islam profess the same universal values. The only thing that makes them different is the name by which it is known God among them. It throws very serious light on what in Bulgaria is called "ethnic-religious model" - people are united and live peacefully thanks to those common values that their religions preach.

Ekaterina Keremidarska, BULGARIA
Assosiate professor, PhD, Kyustendil museum, Kyustendil

Mladen Tonev, BULGARIA
Assosiate professor, PhD In Department of Computer Science and Economics in International Economics and Administration Faculty At Varna Free University „Chernorizets Hrabar“

Yordanka Angelova, BULGARIA
Senior Assistantr, PhD in Department of Legal Sciences in Faculty of Law At Varna Free University „Chernorizets Hrabar“

EVOLUTION IN PERSONAL SELF-IDENTIFICATION OF THE WOMEN OFFERING PAID LOVE IN BULGARIA FROM THE LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY TO THE BEGINNING OF THE XXI CENTURY
/ethno-psychological and political economy dimensions/

Abstract: This text presents an ethno-social dissection of dual morality in society. It is dual morality about the relation to a phenomenon as old as the world - prostitution. Historically, the attitude of society towards prostitution, and the attitude of the people who practice it to society evolve. The general conclusion in this context is that in the past Bulgarian "priestesses of paid love", which have a modest social and property status, they are forced by society to conceal the behavior and "profession" her. They did not identify themselves as "selling women," they rather see themselves as victims of circumstances in their life destiny. Contrary to personal self-identification of women offering love in the past, today namely property status predetermines to a large extent not only choice, but mostly the poster of this "profession". In this sense, a way of survival in the past, today prostitution has become really a profession. The sad conclusion is that today prostitution in Bulgaria is not a specifically national phenomenon, and very visible and even compulsive integrate into European and global human trafficking.

Vanya Vasileva, BULGARIA

Assosiate professor, PhD at Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen, Department of Tourism

 

THE PLACE OF BALKAN COUNTRIES IN WORLD TOURISM

Abstract: The Balkan countries are not among the most economically developed European countries. Many of them rely on tourism as a means of achieving progress and growth of the national economy. It is not accidental. Balkan countries have a diverse and attractive tourist resources. On the other hand, they are part of Europe - the largest generator of tourist flows in the world. These are two of the main prerequisites determining the potential for the development of tourism in the Balkans.
The purpose of this paper is referring to the place of the Balkan countries in world tourism. The object are the Balkan countries. The subject is the current state of tourism in them, reported according to key indicators. Two types of tourism indicators are used for the purposes of the analysis – basic and synthetic (derivative). The article analyzes the tourism-geography location and transport accessibility of the Balkan countries. It consideres their position in various rankings, indicative of their tourism development. The article makes some recommendations and pointes out guidelines for future development of tourism.

Rositsa Mihayolva, BULGARIA

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

 

THE SOCIAL WORK OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH

Abstract: The Social activities of the Catholic Church grew and developed over the centuries as over time institutionalized and confirmed themselfes. The social doctrine of the Catholic Church has its deep roots in biblical values enshrined in the life of every Christian and the activities of the lay and consecrated people to serve their fellow brothers and sisters. Social activities of the Catholic Church retains its multispectral image over the centuries, transforming it according to the needs and challenges of the present.

Rositsa Mihayolva, BULGARIA

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

 

THE SOCIAL-PEDAGOGICAL CHALLENGES IN THE HOSTEL SYSTEM IN KAVANGO REGION, NAMIBIA

Abstract: The main role of hostel system in Namibia is supporting education and facilitating access to education for children who live more than 5 kilometers distance from school. The hostel system as in the Kavango region, so in the country as whole, is facing different challenges - not only those connected with household-material and administrative nature, but also connected whit those related to the quality and education of the staff and the overall socio- pedagogical process.

Krasimir Braykov, BULGARIA
PhD student at Konstantin Preslavky – University of Shumen

 

INSTITUTION, INSTITUTIONALIZATION, DEINSTITUTIONALISATION

Abstract: The article examines the concepts of institution and institutionalization in the context of the ongoing deinstitutionalization in Bulgaria. Today it is believed to have returned to the family and the community more than 5300 children who lived in an institution. For successful reintegration and socialization of children and families are supported by the government and by NGOs working with problem children, often running government delegated activities.

Veselina Ilieva, BULGARIA
PhD student in Department of Social Pedagogy at Konstantin Preslavky – University of Shumen

 

THE SOCIAL ADMINISTRATION AS SPECIALIZED ADMINISTRATION FOR SOCIAL WORK

Abstract: The specialization of human activity leads to the formation of the administration as a specific type of work, but over began differentiation, specialization of the administration itself. To perform services for citizens in the social sphere, where it is carried out social work is differentiated and specific type of administration - Social Administration. The nature of social work is associated with social category. Social is the core of the social problem that is essentially the theory and practice of social work as it is to resolve it. Namely in solving problems of this type is an important role of social administration - specialized administration for the realization of social work.

Plamen Dyankov, BULGARIA
Senior Assistant, DSc, Eng. Lecturer at Department of Engineering Logistics At Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

Krasimir Davidov, BULGARIA
Assoc. Prof, PhD, Eng., Lecturer at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

DYNAMIC MODELING OF LOGISTIC PROCESSES IN ENTERPRISES

Abstract: The logistics system of the enterprise is a complex multi-component system, and logistics processes consist of an ordered set of functions (stages) performed by the components of the system. The report discusses the structural and dynamic modeling of the system.