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Issue 7, March 2015

Sonya Ilieva, BULGARIA

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

 

Use of the Sociological Poll For Futurological Forecasting                                                                                       

Abstract: As sociological method the survey is used motivation, value orientation, social position and role of the interviewed persons. But the registered by it empirical information can be used for forecasting futurological social towards: build a comprehensive theory of the future development of social activities; identify and analyze the determinants of the processes and phenomena under study social activities, etc. To weed out this thesis, teachers and students from the Department Social work of Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen, Bulgaria  Interviewed sociological survey on the subject "Development of social services in Bulgaria in the next time period of 15 years", which is detailed in natoyashtata article. The conclusions are of great importance for sustainable development in the social sphere of the Bulgarian society.

Diana Kjurkchieva, BULGARIA

Professor DSc in Physic, Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen, Department of Physics 

 

Dragomir Marchev, BULGARIA

Professor PhD, Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen, Department of Physics

 

Radial Velocity Solution of the System IP Dra                                                                                                        

Abstract: The article describes the experience of the two authors associated with The light variability of IP Dra with an amplitude of 0.m 06 and a period of 1.7184 days was detected by Hipparcos(ESA 1997) and the star was classified as EB of _ Lyr type. For monitoring were used a different type of reliable cameras. Overall monitoring and research is conducted in based on spectral observations collected at the National Astronomical Observatory at Rozhen. The research was supported partly by funds of a project of Scientific Foundation of Shumen University.

Elena Stoyanova, BULGARIA

Prof. Dr. at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen, Humanitarian Faculty, Department of Russian Language

 

Phraseology is the Part of the Lingual and Cultural Competence of Foreign Students                                                 

Abstract: The case in point in the article is the formation of the lingual and cultural competence of students studying the foreign language. The reason to study the foreign сulture in course of foreign language is the close development and interaction of сulture and language. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate and explain the possible ways of implementation of  cultural aspect  into educational programs of foreign languages.

Hayriye Süleymanoğlu Yenisoy, TURKEY

Emeritus Professor; Former Lecturer at The Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski-Sofia, Bulgaria and Founder of The Department of Bulgarian Language and Literature at Ankara University

 

From the history of the Turkish-Bulgarian and Bulgarian-Turkish dictionaries                                                           

Abstract: The article discusses the history of the compilation of dictionaries testify about a certain tradition and experience in the compilation of Bulgarian-Turkish and Turkish-Bulgarian dictionaries. These dictionaries have been and some of them still are useful reference sources. They are valuable for the historic lexicology as well, because albeit to a limited extent, they can be used for following the changes in the Bulgarian and Turkish vocabulary from the 19th century to the present.

Hayriye Süleymanoğlu Yenisoy, TURKEY

Emeritus Professor; Former Lecturer at The Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski-Sofia, Bulgaria and Founder of The Department of Bulgarian Language and Literature at Ankara University

 

Judezmo, Language of the Balkan Jews: an examination of Balkan/Turkısh Influence on the Language of the Sephardim                                                                                                                                                         

Abstract: Judezmo is the language of Balkan Jews. It was formed and shaped in the Balkans between 16th and 17th centuries. The Jews have actively participated in state affairs and in social political life. They worked as translators in the Saray , in diplomacy, in numerous state institutions. The term balkanisms for words taken from Turkish is inappropriate. According to him, this is due to the fact that numerous words from Turkish origin, not encountered in Balkan languages, are seen in Judezmo and thus this cannot be explained in terms of balkanisms. Because of large numbers of commonly used Turkish words in Judezmo, they form other categories, as well as from a linguistic viewpoint show variations.

Hayriye Süleymanoğlu Yenisoy, TURKEY

Emeritus Professor; Former Lecturer at The Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski-Sofia, Bulgaria and Founder of The Department of Bulgarian Language and Literature at Ankara University

 

On the Turkish Dialects in Bulgaria and their Bulgarian Loanwords                                                                          

Abstract: The Turkish dialects in Bulgaria early attracted the attention of scholars.  The best-known researchers in this area are: D. Gadžanov, St. Mladenov, G. Németh, St. Čilingirov, T. Kowalski, N. K. Dmitriev, S. Kakuk, G. Hazai, V. Guzev, H. Memova-Süleymanova, M. Mollova. Their research are presented in this article.

Milena Tsankova, BULGARIA

Associate professor PhD at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen, Pedagogical faculty, College Dobrich, Department “Crop production and plant protection”

 

Neli Dimitrova, BULGARIA

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

 

Application of Problem Situations in an Integrated Lesson "Circle of Materials" in the School Subjects „Home and Equipment" and "Man And Nature" In 4-Th Class of Primary School (P 4 or K-4)                                                        

Abstract: In this article is presented application of problem situations in an integrated lesson "Circle of materials" in the school subjects „Home and equipment" and "Man and nature" in 4-th class of primary school (P 4 or K-4). The purpose of article is to present the application of problem situations in integrated lessons on subjects of cultural and educational fields "Bit and technology" and "Science and Ecology".The hypothesis that is proved through research is that if in teaching the subjects of cultural and educational fields "Live style and technology" and "Science and Ecology" apply problematic situations in integrated classes, the expected results will enhance cognitive performance and student achievement, the durability of the acquired knowledge and skills.

Nadka Nikolova, BULGARIA

Associate Professor, PhD at Konstantin Preslavsky - University of Shumen, Faculty of Humanities, Department Bulgarian Language

 

Restoration of Language Ideal as a Form of Purism in Bulgarians’ language Communication During 18-19 Centuries 

Abstract: Bulgarian scholars, who were the creators of the modern standard Bulgarian language, had two options. The one was to undertake language construction, based on the then existing spoken language, which though, was characterized with rich variability and lack of solid tradition, source of authority. The other option was to turn to the past, brushing the dust of oblivion off the already existing archaic language version, which was a self-confidence driver. In the present study I am trying – be replaced by "seen" to regard the situation from another angle. As far as this tendency was marked in the period of pre-standardization of Bulgarian language (Bulgarian National Revival) and as far as it was in the conditions of language contact (with Greek and Turkish languages), it naturally resulted in the genesis of the language purism. Purism, as a doctrine concomitant of the standardization of a language, is a thoroughly natural thing, because its initial stage (the so-called pre-standardization), characterized with syncretism of basic standard language functions – differentiating and symbolic – is connected to their meaning as a founding factor for national identity.

Neli Dimitrova, BULGARIA

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

 

Research of Functional Literacy as a New Concept in the Scientific Knowledge                                                         

Abstract: In this article is previewed functional literacy as one new concept for the science. The concept "functional literacy" is characterized by a fundamental approach for developing democratic societies. It is presented as complex of other types literacy as: Technological literacy, Economical literacy, Civil-legal literacy, Political literacy, Social-communicative literacy, General-cultural literacy, Behavioral literacy and Methodological literacy. Functional literacy can to separate as property necessity for people to do adapting toward their society.

Neli Dimitrova, BULGARIA

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

 

Specific Approaches for the Construction of Functional Literacy Through Technology Training                                    

Abstract: In the current research is made an analysis of some key parameters of technological training as displayed different approaches for building functional literacy through it. The purpose of this article is to present specific approaches for the formation of functional literacy thought technology education. In this article functional literacy is expressed through two approaches: research, which covers the observation, experimentation and study, and the second approach, the implementation of planned, which includes the relevant moments of reflection, production, construct and use.

Nevrie Chufadar, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant, PhD, Konstantin Preslavsky - University of Shumen, Faculty of Humanities, Department of Turkish Language and Literature

  

Mythologemes and Personifications of the Fate (the Attempt for Interpretation of the Anthroponomy “korkut”)           

Abstract: The report distinguished the terms "mythologemes" and "archetype" and monitored mythological notions of fate and its personification in Greek, Roman and Scandinavian mythologies. It was made an attempt for interpretation of the mythological figure of Dede Korkut, a personification of its fate in two hypostases: “the ruled, the predetermined" and "the happy fate, the fate protection. The anthroponym "Korkut" is interpreted as a combination of two words "kor" and "kut" - male and female principle, which is ultimately connected with the divine Tengri (who rules) and Umay (who protects). Other interpretations of the name "Korkut", related to the perception of fear and misfortune may be considered to later transformations, passed the complex way of associative rethinking and reframing.

Stanislava Teneva, BULGARIA

Vocational School of Tourism “Prof. Dr. Asen Zlatarov”, Burgas

 

Nataliya Pavlova, BULGARIA

Associate Professor, PhD Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Konstantin Preslavsky University of Shumen

 

 Application Software in the Training of Students from Vocational Schools in Tourism                                               

Abstract: The work presents a model program for the study of specialized software in the School of Tourism in the form of freely-selectable preparation. The choice of software is made based on a study of consumer desires and selection of criteria and indicators for the selection of software training.