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European Researcher. Series A – международный научный журнал по социальным наукам

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Number 2. (in 2 part) June 25, 2013

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Physico-mathematical Sciences

2. Ruslan M. Yatsiuk, Мihail V. Kononov
Dependence of Synchronization Coefficient Changing on Izhikevich Neuron Model After-Spike Reset Parameters for Ascending Information Flow in Cortical Column

European Researcher, 2013, Vol.(53), № 6-2, р. 1714-1721.

The synchronization of neurons in cortical column for ascending information flow is considered. Graphics of the synchronization coefficient dependence on different variations of Izhikevich model parameters of after-spike reset were constructed. The raster plots were constructed for visual study of synchronization. Corresponding diagrams were plotted for the opportunity to compare the synchronization coefficient on different layers of cortical column.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1373792361.pdf
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Historical Sciences and Archaeology

3. Marek Syrny
Post-War Retributive Jurisdiction in Slovakia

European Researcher, 2013, Vol.(53), № 6-2, р. 1722-1727.

This paper provides an overview of the history of political bases and political party struggle for the realization of the post-war jurisdiction against war criminals and Nazi collaborators in Slovakia. While Slovak democrats tried to judge their war rivals strictly but equitably, communists wanted to judge all real or potential political opponents connected with the war regime. Because the moderate democrats had more influence, results of the Slovak retribution was not so harsh.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1373792447.pdf
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Economic Sciences

4. Muhammet Sait Dinc, Muzaffer Aydemir
The Role of Job Involvement as a Mediator in Employees’ Moral Values - Organizational Commitment Relationship: Bosnian Case

European Researcher, 2013, Vol.(53), № 6-2, р. 1728-1738.

The purpose of this paper is to investigate the joint effects of employees' moral values and job involvement on their organizational commitment. Data were collected via a questionnaire survey of private educational institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina and a total of 100 valid responses were received. It was found that although both moral values and job involvement could enhance organizational commitment, once the effects of job involvement are accounted for, the direct effects of moral values on organizational commitment diminish to almost non-existent. This result provides strong evidence that the influence of employees’ moral values on organizational commitment is mediated by job involvement.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1373792558.pdf
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5. Tаtiana V. Peregudova, Anton G. Bystrov
Employees' Stimulation for the Perception of Innovations

European Researcher, 2013, Vol.(53), № 6-2, р. 1739-1745.

The article justifies the approach to the encouragement of employees of the organization to the perception of innovative activity products. At the core of this process there is an estimation of their activity regarding contribution to this process by group examination with point scoring of each employee on the selected criteria. The principles of formation and distribution of the bonus fund, which it is proposed to establish on the basis of proportion of the sum of average scores which the employee received in total, are given. 20% of employees with the low rates are not paid the bonus. Such approach to the stimulation of innovation implementation in the organization will create a positive institutional environment and reduce implementation time.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1373792630.pdf
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6. Igor Stamenković, Sandra Jakšić
Tourism potential valorisation of the old town centre in Sombor based on the Hilary Du Cros model

European Researcher, 2013, Vol.(53), № 6-2, р. 1746-1754.

Cultural heritage and tourism are interconnected. As the development of tourism contributes to economic development, it is first necessary to perform an adequate valorisation of cultural heritage, in order to create a suitable tourism product. Old town centres as such, are the objects of different activities aimed at its development and adaptation to new trends. In this paper, focus is on the old town centre in Sombor, with an aim to determine its status in the competitive market of cultural tourism, whether it could be an independent motive that could attract potential tourists, as well as to determine the necessary actions needed to improve quality and competitiveness in order bring them to a higher level. With this in mind, this paper deals with the tourism valorisation of the old town centre based on the model of H. Du Cros.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1373792704.pdf
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Philological Sciences

7. Petra Jesenska
Expressing Gender in English, Slovak, and Latin – Comparison

European Researcher, 2013, Vol.(53), № 6-2, р. 1755-1763.

The paper explains the term gender in linguistics and its reflection in English, Slovak, and Latin languages. The Slovak language expresses gender in substantives, adjectives, some pronouns, some numerals, and in the simple past tense of verbs in the 3rd person singular. The Latin language expresses gender in substantives, adjectives, pronouns, and some numerals, while the English language expresses gender ´only´ in substantives and some pronouns.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1373792779.pdf
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Cultural Studies

8. Alexander V. Fedorov
Russian Image of the Modern Western Screen: Case Film Studies (2 films of S.Spielberg and J.Stelling)

European Researcher, 2013, Vol.(53), № 6-2, р. 1764-1771.

This article analyzes the modern Western films about Russia and Russian characters – in terms of their ideology, social and cultural context. As examples – the films of S.Spielberg’s and J.Stelling.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1373792836.pdf
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9. Alexander V. Fedorov
The Image of Russia on the Western Screen in the Ideological Confrontation Epoch (1946-1991): From the Late Stalinism to the “Thaw”, from "Détente" and "Stagnation" to the "Perestroika"

European Researcher, 2013, Vol.(53), № 6-2, р. 1772-1786.

This article included the analysis of evolution Russian image representation on the Western (USA, UK, Germany, Canada, France, Italy) screen - of the period of ideological confrontation (1946-1991): ideological and social trends, myths, stereotypes, illusions, classification of the contents’ models and modifications of genres. The main conclusion: the image of Russia in the majority of the Western fiction films of 1946-1991 is treated as an image of something “enemy”, “alien”, “different”, often hostile…

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1373792889.pdf
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