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Issue 8, April 2015

Sonya Ilieva, BULGARIA

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

 

Some Functional Aspects for Management In the Social Sphere                                                                              

Abstract: With changes in the economic and social development and improve the process of managing organizations in the public sector. This process is of particular significance in terms of the transition to a market economy in our country. Management of social supposed to receive results from the actions of others and be responsible for what they have done.  In this context, the article analyzes the specific skills of ssferata in social work and the behavior of teams pososa purposeful activity for the realization of the Social Policy.

Zhivko Zhekov, BULGARIA

Associate Professor, PhD, Vice Rector of Academic Affairs and, Head of Department "Special pedagogy" at “Konstantin Preslavsky” – University of Shumen

 

The Child Deprived of Parental Care - Between Institutions, Foster Families and Personal Desire. Analysis of the Results of a Survey Among Children in Institutions.                                                                                                

Abstract: Using the method Focus - group of children, research team examines the views of the children in institutions for their future placement in foster homes. The method was chosen because of his sincerity predisposing character. By pre-prepared questionnaire children frankly onrazyavat their attitude towards their removal from their homes, and that detailed in article kinases.

Krasimir Markov, BULGARIA

Professor, DSc in Economics, Lecturer in Department Pedagogy and Education Management at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen, Lecturer at Artillery, AAD and CIS faculty - branch of Vasil Levski NMU

 

Conflictology: the Perspectives of the Conflict                                                                                                       

Abstract: The article thoroughly presented different philosophical views on the conflict, starting from ancient times, pass through Srednovekoveino and focuses on contemporary theories of konflikologichni Ralf Dahrendorf, Tolkan Parsons, Lues Kouzar and others. The conflict is analyzed from a sociological, psychological and political science perspectives points.

Krasimir Markov, BULGARIA

Professor, DSc in Economics, Lecturer in Department Pedagogy and Education Management at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen, Lecturer at Artillery, AAD and CIS faculty - branch of Vasil Levski NMU

 

Psychology of Mass. Crowd and Laws of Its Behavior.                                                                                            

Abstract: Indication of the basic theoretical studies of the masses and the crowd in social psychology, among which those of Gustave Le Bon, Gabriel Tarde, Stsipio Sigele, Sigmund Freud, Wilhelm Reich and others. It focuses on the definition of the crowd as a group of people gathered at random with the subject of fugitive phenomena aware themselves indeterminate sign and building upon it its unity. Presented a detailed description of the behavior of the table and the crowd.

D. Marchev, BULGARIA

Professor, PhD, Faculty of Natural Sciences

Department of Theoretical and Applied Physics at “Konstantin Preslavsky” - University of Shumen

 

V. Radeva, BULGARIA

Associate Professor, PhD, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of Experimental Physics and Methods of Teaching Physics at “Konstantin Preslavsky” - University of Shumen

 

B. Borisov, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant, PhD, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department of Theoretical and Applied Physics at “Konstantin Preslavsky” - University of Shumen

 

A. Milev, BULGARIA

Associate Professor, PhD, Eng., Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Department Computer Systems and Technologies at “Konstantin Preslavsky” - University of Shumen

 

N. Pavlova, BULGARIA

Associate Professor, PhD, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Department Methodology of Teaching Mathematics and Informatics at “Konstantin Preslavsky” - University of Shumen

 

S. Nedelcheva, BULGARIA

Associate Professor, PhD, Faculty of Humanities, Department of English Philology at “Konstantin Preslavsky” - University of Shumen

 

D. Vladev, BULGARIA

Associate Professor, PhD, Faculty of Natural Sciences, Department Geography and Methodology of Teaching in Geography at “Konstantin Preslavsky” - University of Shumen

 

K. Harizanov, BULGARIA

Assistant, Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics, Department Methodology of Teaching Mathematics and Informatics at “Konstantin Preslavsky” - University of Shumen

 

The project “GEOTHNK” – semantic pathways for building a spatially-thinking society                                               

Abstract: Thebasic conceptsand ideas of a new European project called GEOTHNK are presentedinthe paper. It focuses oneducationin natural sciences and mathematics withstudents ofallages. The mainaim ofthis project is toenhance spatial thinking throughaninnovative ICT-based approach and an open, collaborative educational environment. The idea is tooffer a methodologicalapproachwhich allows interdisciplinary organization and semanticlinkageof knowledge.

Tatiana Aniskevich, BELARUS

PhD in Pedagogic, Docent Brest State University named after A.S. Pushkin, Belarus / Pedagogic University in Bialystok, Poland

 

Family Life Education: Active Methods                                                                                                                  

Abstract: Family life is an extremely important activity in social terms, but, as noted by psychologists, the most difficult one. Therefore, the problem of comprehensive preparation of youth for family life is actualized nowadays.

Solving the problem of preparing adolescents for family life is not fully realized in today's schools. The author of the article offers a model of social activity of the teacher to prepare adolescents for family life. This model aims to help young people understand the role of the family in human life, to form an adequate idea of ​​the future of marriage, to learn to overcome difficult life situations, to form motivational and psychological readiness of the individual for family life.

Tatiana Aniskevich, BELARUS

PhD in Pedagogic, Docent Brest State University named after A.S. Pushkin, Belarus / Pedagogic University in Bialystok, Poland

 

The Problem of Preparing Youth for Family Life                                                                                                     

Abstract: Family is one of the most important social institutions responsible for the welfare of society. Family life is an extremely important activity in social terms, but, as noted by psychologists, the most difficult one. Therefore, the problem of comprehensive preparation of youth for family life is actualized nowadays.

The article contains an analysis of psychological and educational literature on the problem of preparing youth for family life, the results of the research to ascertain the degree to which young people are prepared for family life.

Chavdar Sotirov, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant, PhD, Lecturer in Department “Social Pedagogy” at “Konstantin Preslavsky” – University of Shumen

 

Determinants of Physical Activity for the Elderly                                                                                                     

Abstract: Demographic change in European scale manifest as an increasing tendency to amend the age structure of the population. This change is reflected in the increase in the proportion of the adult population, suggesting an overall aging of Europe's population. The purpose of development is so to enlighten the theoretical aspect of physical activity as a means of promoting health, with a particular focus on older people. Within the site, "Physical activity" is analyzed from different viewpoints in order to identify potential problem areas and design guidelines for successful.

Chavdar Sotirov, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant, PhD, Lecturer in Department “Social Pedagogy” at “Konstantin Preslavsky” – University of Shumen

 

Supportive Environment for Children With Special Educational Needs                                                                       

Abstract: In the massive case children with special educational needs are educated congruently with children in nursery schools. The legislation in Bulgaria gives the opportunity for working with them in conjunction with groups consisting of other children in the norm and for working individually in a resource room, equipped with the necessary technical equipment and didactic tools or in the cabinet of the rehabilitator or the speech therapist. In order for the education to be effective, these children need to be insured with a supportive environment, which includes several components. The subject of this text is provoked by the recent years’ circumstances, which show an increasing number of children with special educational needs. This results in a number of questions related to the new functions of preschools, one of which is the presence of a supportive environment.

Ekaterina Lyutskanova, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant, PhD in Department “Social Pedagogy” at “Konstantin Preslavsky” – University of Shumen

 

Optimistic Images of Elderly                                                                                                                                

Abstract: In this article are examined and compared the  subjective happiness of young adults (mean age=25) and old adults (mean age=65). The selected samples are from town Shumen, Bulgaria. There is not  significant statistical difference between the mean level of happiness within the two groups.

Miloslava Yankova, BULGARIA

Senior Assistant, PhD in Theory of Education and Didactics (Social Pedagogy) at Konstantin Preslavsky – University of Shumen

 

Dimensions of Humanism as a Value                                                                                                                   

Abstract: This text presents basic ideas of humanism as a value. Delineated the historical aspects of the theme. Emphasis is placed on its modern dimensions. Also are consider forms of humanism as charity, compassion, justice, love, and primarily love to the neighbor, friendship, sociality, peace, responsibility for the others. They are represented by the thoughts of philosophers like Davidsan, Levinas and Ricoeur

Vladislav Chalakov, BULGARIA

PhD in Social Work

 

Integrative Paradigm of Socialization to Children at Risk                                                                                         

Abstract: The process of socialization and integration of children at risk is a unity and at the same time constantly reproducing contradiction between the two: socialization and personality.The time is ripe for a systematic approach to leisure in social work and implementation of efficient technologies that are consistent with both the general age and psychological characteristics of children in the context of external micro and macro environment of their social interactions and their individuality.

Veselina Ilieva, BULGARIA

PhD student at ”Konstantin Preslavsky” – University of Shumen, Publisher and Manager of SocioBrains - International Scientific Online Journal

 

Policy on Refugee Children                                                                                                                                  

Abstract: Approximately half of the world's refugees are children. Action by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to protect and care for these children is central to the fulfilment of its mandate. This paper presents the policy framework that UNHCR will use to guide its action on behalf of refugee children.