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Issue 6, February 2015

Sonya Ilieva, BULGARIA

Professor DSc, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen, Chief Editor of online journal SocioBrains

 

EFFECTIVE PRACTICES OF THE DELPHI METHOD IN SOCIAL SPHERE                                                                    

Abstract: Delphi method is globally used in various fields of social development, including in the social sphere. In Bulgaria, the method was first performed with educational purpose of the Department of Social work  in Shumen University in 2011 to predict risk groups which will prevail in the Bulgarian society for the foreseeable future, until 2030. The research is described in the scientific work.

Nikolay Nikolov, BULGARIA

Associate Professor PhD, Lecturer in Demography and Social Activities, Department of Social Work at Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

THE FAMILY AS A FACTOR FOR MOTIVATE CHILDREN FROM TURKISH ETHNOS IN THEIR PARTICIPATION IN EDUCATION AND THE LABOR PROCESS                                                                                                               

Abstract: The families of Turkish origin in Bulgaria are mostly complex structure. Usually in a household includes two or three generations. This is due to the views of this ethnic group in terms of responsibility and duties of young people to adults. From an early age the child is taught to honor the elderly - relatives and nerodnini; to comply with their wishes; helping them. In these families children are enticed to higher educational success, but at the same time they would be assigned work tasks, through which children are successfully socialize with a view that well normalized - according to age and ability to discharge the activities, according to sex and according to children's free time.

Nikolay Nikolov, BULGARIA 

Associate Professor PhD, Lecturer in Demography and Social Activities, Department of Social Work at Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

THE SOCIAL PERSPECTIVE OF ADOLESCENT IN TERMS OF THE RELATION MACROECONOMICS - CHILDREN            

Abstract: There was a need to address the issue of the relationship between child welfare and macroeconomic agenda of the institutions involved in the European Union. Welfare of children in the country during the transition from totalitarianism to democracy has heavily parameters. Even more, this applies to children from ethnic minorities that the fruits of social progress are virtually unattainable.

Dora Kabakchieva, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant PhD, Lecturer and PR at Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

FEASTS AS A SPECIFIC FORM OF SOCIAL COMMUNICATION                                                                                 

Abstract: The feast - from antiquity to the present day - performs artistic and communication mission to create, store and transmit socially significant meanings in social time and space. It is a confirmed form of social communication and an important element of social memory, operating at all stages of development of culture. The characteristics of this cultural phenomenon are viewed in the text and they distinguish it from other types of socio-cultural activities and contribute to its eternity.

Dora Kabakchieva, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant PhD, Lecturer and PR at Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

THE INSTITUTIONAL REPUTATION – A UNIQUE STRATEGIC ASSET                                                                      

Abstract: Reputation is a costly intangible asset and its management and use as a strategic tool already affects all sorts of business, regardless of their size and areas of activity. The dynamics of the development and the growing competition persistently corroborate the thesis that only those organizations, which understand the importance of purposeful reputation formation and which bear the burden of responsibility and trust brought forth by it, can offer  the long-term competitive priority. The article comments upon the means and methods for creating and maintaining sustainable positive institutional reputation and it identifies specific strategies for its management.

Urszula Michalowska, GERMANY

Researcher on the problems of elderly  people within the European Union

 

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC ASPECTS OF THE AGING POPULATION. THE PROBLEM IN BULGARIA.                                 

Abstract: The aging is a global phenomenon that manifests itself in different aspects of the Earth's surface. In a report, the UN warns that this degree of aging is without parallel in human history. Disturbing is a new trend: in parallel with the rapidly growing number of elderly, reducing the number of children under 15 years and the number of people of working age (15-59). Globally, the number of people over 60 will exceed the number of children in 2045. In developed countries it became reality in 1998. The main reason for this process is the decline in fertility, which has become a universal problem. A Bulgaria on negative demographic trends is the number one in Europe. Among the estimated 285 regions in the EU plus Iceland, Norway and Switzerland. At 284th place for the North Central Region in Bulgaria and 285th for the Northwest region in Bulgaria.

Urszula Michalowska, GERMANY 

Researcher on the problems of elderly  people within the European Union

 

SOCIAL AND ETHICAL ASPECTS IN WORK WITH ELDERLY PEOPLE                                                                         

Abstract: The presence of older people in society presuppose an understanding of their active life, which is associated with the following factors: demographic behavior changed (late marriage, low birth rate and others); improve medical technology and medical care system and increased life expectancy; constant need of social assistance to older people in society. This results in solving a number of specific, complex social and ethical approaches prirabotata adults.

Vladislav Chalakov, BULGARIA

PhD in Sociology

 

THE SOCIAL TIME                                                                                                                                              

Abstract: In this article, the social time is presented as a form of existence of motion of matter at the social level, which characterizes the length, sequence of activities and the conditions of people in social processes. Thus, unlike natural rhythms, the social time represent the relationship between the different states of social processes and events. Social processes are not separated by time, on the contrary, all external manifestations of society form a set of time values - social time.

Vladislav Chalakov, BULGARIA

PhD in Sociology

 

SOCIAL, LINGUA-CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL ASPECTS OF THE LEISURE.                             

Abstract: Leisure as a cultural-historical category has fuzzy boundaries and its content varies depending on the culture and historical heritage of one or another society as part represent the essence in their cultural language concept. The content and volume of this concept varies and gets development within each particular society depending on social practices leisure imposed by tradition, culture, and new features.

Krum Dobrev, BULGARIA 

PhD student at University of Library Studies and Information Technologies

 

ACTIVITIES OF MANAGEMENT AND HUMAN RESOURCES PLANNING IN THE ORGANIZATIONS                               

Abstract: The essence of human resources planning based on science and practice management staff consists of mentally designing future actions of the company in the relevant business and political areas of staff management. The planning component is directed to content areas: research needs of the staff, recruiting and dismissing staff, participation of staff and training and staff development.

Veselina Ilieva, BULGARIA

PhD student at , Publisher and Manager of SocioBrains International Scientific Online Journal

 

STATUS OF THE REFUGEES IN BULGARIA                                                                                                           

Abstract: The refugee problem in Bulgaria emerged in the second half of 2013. There are issues related to refugee status in Bulgaria, which is a central problem of this article. Close examination of a number of national and supranational regulations governing documents that define effective practices for the protection of the refugees in Bulgaria.

Borislav Petrushev, BULGARIA

Student in „Logistics of the Security” at National Military University - Veliko Tarnovo

 

ELEMENTS OF THE HUMAN COMMUNICATION /course project/                                                                             

Abstract: Communication between people takes place in a social context, as a subject of respect can be an individual or group. In practice, the entire material world is the result of interpersonal communication and their exothermic form, as they are subject to review, psychology, pedagogy, philosophy and all social disciplines, having as their object the society and people as a node of social relationships. In conversation revealed three interrelated parties: communicative; interactive and perceptual.