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

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Издается с 2010 года.

Number 1. (in 2 part) February 15, 2014

Biological Sciences

1. Almagul K. Auyelbekova, Aiman S. Sarsembaeva, Kamilla Galym
Studying the Population of a Prospective Medicinal Plant Serratula coronata l. within the Bukhar-Zhyrauskiy District of Karaganda Oblast

In the present article, authors evaluate and identify plants that are suitable for producing medicinal products within the population of the Serratula coronata l. The article presents data tables that include the Serratula coronata age spectra within natural communities and the productivity indicators of the Serratula coronata in various communities throughout the Bukhar-Zhyrauskiy district of the Karaganda Oblast. The work also identifies the quantity, the age and productivity of the plant tops and the variability of several morphometric features of the middle-aged generative plants within the natural populations of the Serratula coronata.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393692569.pdf
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Chemical Sciences

2. Bolysbek Utelbaev, Esen Sulejmenov, Akmaral Utelbaeva, Ergazy Zhatkanbayev, Maxat Myrzahanov, Raila Toktasyn
Hydrogenation of Benzene on the RuCo Supported Catalyst

A RuCo/PSB (Pillar-structured bentonite) catalyst was used to study the hydrogenation of benzene between temperatures from 80°C to 200°C and pressures between 0.5mPa and 6.0mPa. To create the supported catalysts, the author used a pillar-structured bentonite (PSB) that was obtained through the intercalation of poly-hydro-oxy-complexes of molybdenum (5.0 to 30.0 mmol/g of clay) between layers of clay. The specific surface of these samples is 220-260 m2/g and they retain their thermal stability up to a temperature of 600°C. The reaction of the RuCo/PSB catalysts to the poisoning by sulphur-containing compounds during the hydrogenation of benzene was studied by adding various amounts of thiophene (S~50-500 ppm) to the raw materials. The internal diffusion resistance of the reacting molecules was evaluated through the Thiele-Zeldovich criteria. The experimental data has allowed the author to establish that the most stability towards poisoning by thiophene (S~50-500 ppm) is seen at 1,0 % RuCo/PSB (Ru:Co = 1:1) where the conversion of benzene is 74% on the 60th minute of the reaction at 180°C and 4.0mPa.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393692442.pdf
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Engineering Sciences

3. Yevgeniya V. Komleva, Zhorzh G. Levickiy, Mira O. Baituganova, Olzhas M. Koshmagambetov, Meruert Z. Kakenova
Analysis of the Ventilation System in the Ushkatyn-3 Mine while Accounting for the Impact of the Natural Draft

The study provides various combinations of installing the main fans within a mining system and evaluates the effectiveness of the chosen ventilation system. To block or to decrease the negative impact of the natural draft within extreme winter conditions, the article proposes to use local area fans which are installed in the adit without crosspieces and which work according to the principle of the cross-interaction of the ventilation flows.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393692951.pdf
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Economic Sciences

4. Tatiana O. Kostenko
The Influence of Innovation on the Productivity of the Workforce: an Analytical Summary of Foreign Research

The article summarises the global experience of conducting and expanding research on the impact of innovation on the productivity of the workforce at the business level. The study organises the main methods of researching the present interaction and mutual influence. It has been established that innovative products positively correlate with the productivity of the workforce, whereas implementing process innovations does not significantly contribute to its increase.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393693026.pdf
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Philosophical Sciences

5. George Sibashvili
he Problem of the Will to Power and the “Overman” in the Philosophy of Nietzsche

The philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche is a typical example of axiology. The nihilism within Nietzsche’s philosophy calls for a decrease in the importance of eternal values. According to him, the European culture is influenced by a crisis of an inner culture. The idea of the “overman” is central to Nietzsche’s philosophy.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393693176.pdf
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Philological Sciences

6. Bakyt M. Aitbaeva, Naserke B.Akshunusova, Laura G. Rakicheva
The Particularities of Creating an Image of a Historical Figure

The writer’s position is usually derived from his literary understanding. The author’s stance is the basis for his vision. The author-artist’s way of expression is closely associated with the goals and tasks that he has put forth for working with the ideas and thoughts that he wants to relay to the reader. No matter what kind of a writer he is, he cannot stand independent of his nation. It follows, then, that he is messenger of a certain level of a national idea. If we are to hold this view, that the “national idea” is the experience of an ethnicity that is implemented through various factors of time and space, constantly renewed in their links with knowledge and interests, however, without losing their previous characteristics in the short-term, then this is the organising principle, the nucleus, that has incorporated both separate and common values of a natural-historical and mysterious essence, consciousness, character and culture, which leads to the birth of social goals and desires as well as the actions and movements of a nation.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393693294.pdf
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7. Gulnara J. Azhibekova
Innovative Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages

The present article examines innovative methods of teaching foreign languages as well as the prospects of implementing modern educational technologies into the learning process. The main goal of teaching foreign languages is to form and to develop a communicative culture within the students while at the same time teaching a practical mastery of the foreign language.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393693362.pdf
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8. Saule K. Berkimbaeva, Gulnara D. Aitzhanova, Zanipa Zh. Bekmambetova
Pertinent Foreign Experience of Forming a Communicative Culture in Students

This research analyses the features of humanities courses in high school. The paper reviews the experience of forming a communicative culture within students in the United States, Canada and Ukraine. The author proposes an approach to forming a communicative culture within students during the process of learning a foreign language on the basis of communicative and role-playing methods of learning.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393693435.pdf
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9. Elena V. Matvienko
Adapting Korean Mythological Character Names into English Texts

The article’s author notes that, according to thematic classification, Korean mythological character names are fairly widely represented in English texts. These names are classified according to semantic characteristics into mythological anthroponyms, mythological personal names, mythological toponyms and mythological animal names. The author is also able to identify two other groups of mythological names: magical items that are mentioned in myths as well as a group of abstract concepts. The material being analysed is both the assimilated borrowings that are already present in dictionaries as well as words during their stage of being borrowed which are presented as texts. The article gives a short summary of the particular characteristics of the phonographic and grammatical adaptation of Korean mythological names into English sources. The author notes several patterns in the linguistic representation of Korean mythological vocabulary within English texts. In particular, this is the fact that the borrowings do not have a clear distinction of the Korean mythological names into proper nouns and common nouns.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393693491.pdf
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10. Marina V. Vagner, Mayken A. Rahmetullina
Mythological Space and Time

The article examines mythological space and time. The article considers the modern teachings about space, identifies categories of space and time and describes the methods of expressing spatial relationships. The goal of determining the categories of space and time is to study the important milestone of the spoken, intellectual and cognitive activities of the person and the construction of his linguistic world map.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393693620.pdf
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Legal Sciences

11. Nana A. Antonova
The Problems of Law-making Process Implementation in Local Authorities

The author divides the considered problems into three groups: general problems, resulting from the complexity of the law-making process, the problems, assosiated with the law-making of local authorities in general and the problems of the improvement of law-making technique as the essential feature of law-making process of these authorities.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393693706.pdf
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12. Zaurbek Z. Nalgiev
Legal Persons on the German Civil Code of 1896

The present article examines the specific features of the institution of the legal entity according to the German Civil Code of 1896. The author has examined the different types of legal entities according to this Code and identified the specifics of their creation. This paper studies the details of the creation of the legal capacity within institutions as well as the deprivation of this legal capacity.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393693764.pdf
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Pedagogical sciences

13. Aizhan К. Salkeeva, Аsia S. Cusenova, Аlphia R. Tenthurina, Gulnara B. Turebaeva
Examples of Solving Physics Problems through Computer Programs

The article presents the modelling of complex systems through the use of the MathCad program to clearly showcase physical processes. The article examines methods of solving boundary value problems while also talking about utilising physical models within the learning process.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393693885.pdf
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14. Yulia A. Tumasyan, Yulia A. Vasylkovskaya, Lyudmila V. Malygina
Organisational and Educational Conditions and Methods of Using Terrain Cure and Tourism in Physical Training

The article examines the possibilities and the requirements of using tourism and terrain cure in the physical training of students. The study has developed a method of organising physical education classes with the use of terrain cure and tourism. It presents the results of an experimental test of the proposed methods, which show a positive influence of the methods on the bodies of the students while increasing the level of their physical fitness.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393693961.pdf
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15. Yulia A. Tumasyan
Methods of Organising Physical Education Classes with Students within Special Medical Groups

The article examines methods of organising physical education classes with students from a special department in the university. The technique is based on the comprehensive use of physical education methods while accounting for the student’s nosology. The study has developed a method of constructing individual physical education classes while accounting for a student’s level of physical fitness. It presents instructional techniques that increase the quality of the physical education classes with university students. The proposed methods of the comprehensive use of physical education methods underwent an experimental trial which has shown a positive influence of the method on the student’s bodies.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393694058.pdf
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Аrt History

16. Anastasiya O. Dobina, Ekaterina Yu. Stanyukovich-Denisova
Critical Assessment of the Artistic and Industrial Education in 1876–1900 (Baron von Stieglitz Central College of Technical Drawing Case Study)

The article is devoted to critically analysing the Baron von Stieglitz Central College of Technical Drawing within periodical printed press and published literature. The article offers a detailed summary of the specialised periodicals between 1870 and 1900 (Zodchiy, Nedelya Stroitelya and others) and allows the authors to trace the relationship between the professional corporate environment and the activities of the college. The assessments under study were predominantly positive, with many articles expressing their admiration that such an educational facility was created. However, there were also a fair number of claims that the college’s method of hitting hands led to a decrease in the drawing quality for the most talented students. Despite this fact, a significant number of masters graduated from the Baron’s College between 1876 and 1900 who were able to support the artistic industry. A majority of the publications surrounding the history of the college in the last few decades are either of a very narrow specialised character or are, on the contrary, very general summaries that rely mostly on the materials of the unpublished monograph of N. A. Mikhin which is kept in the Baron von Stieglitz College library.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393694150.pdf
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17. Vladimir S. Cherednichenko, Aiman S. Nyssanbaeva, Azamat S. Madibekov
The Acidity of Atmospheric Precipitation in the Republic of Kazakhstan

This paper offers the results of studying the acidity of atmospheric precipitation at 35 monitoring points around the Republic of Kazakhstan. The study shows significant differences in the acidity which are related to the geographical locations of the monitoring stations as well as the level of the anthropogenic impact of the territories being studied.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393694238.pdf
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18. Elizbar Sh. Elizbarashvili, Mariam E. Elizbarashvili
The Thermal Regimes of Several Soil Types in Armenia

The observation data from 30 meteorological stations was used to research the thermal regime of various types of soils in Armenia. The present study analyses the features of the heat exchange in the soil and air system, how the soil surface temperature varies with the location’s elevation, the surface thermal regime of various types of soils and the patterns of heat distribution in the surface and deep layers of soil. These results, together with the earlier research conducted on the soils of Georgia, give a clear picture of the thermal regime of various soils in the Transcaucasia region.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393694306.pdf
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19. Elizbar Sh. Elizbarashvili, Otar Sh. Varazanashvili, Nino S. Tsereteli, Mariam E. Elizbarashvili, Shalva E. Elizbarashvili, Vladimir E. Gorgisheli
Droughts in Georgia

The observation data gathered from 30 meteorological stations in Georgia between 1961 and 2010 was used to research the intensity, the risk and the possibility of the formation and the expansion of droughts over various months in the vegetation period as well as the distribution of the number of dry months. The authors have also created the corresponding maps showing the distribution of various drought characteristics.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393694366.pdf
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URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1393694683.pdf
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