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

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Number 2. (in 2 part) April 25, 2014


Physico-mathematical Sciences

1. Andry Grubich
Statistical and Structural Properties of Radionuclide Deposition

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(73), № 4-2, pp. 720-735

Abstract:
The statistical properties of spatial patterns of radionuclide deposition are reviewed, making use of data for Chernobyl deposition of radionuclides 90Sr, 137Cs, 238Pu, 239+240Pu, and 241Am on sites and soil not cultivated after the accident. Examples considered in the article demonstrate how radionuclide deposition is described by the family of lognormal distributions that, along with multifractal spatial patterns of deposition, is an essential feature of their nature. Key results and conclusions of the article are applicable to the deposition of non-radioactive contaminating substances.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1399787417.pdf
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Sociological Sciences

2. Abdul Majid Khan Rana, Uzma Perveen
Effect of Mobile Phone Technology on Moral Development of University Students

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(73), № 4-2, pp. 736-740

Abstract:
The study was conducted to investigate effects of increasing mobile phone usage on moral development of university students. The study was conducted through a questionnaire. The study concluded that students purchase mobile phones for making good social relations and for making an easy contact with teachers and class fellows to deal with their academic issues. However other enticements gradually force young users to spend more time in futile stuff. They also keep unethical material causing decline in moral values. Significant number of participants agreed that mobile phone is causing decline in moral values of students.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1399226420.pdf
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Pedagogical Sciences

3. Marina V. Mezhova, Ekaterina V. Mukhamedieva, Anna I. Yudina
Staff Potential of Cultural Sphere: Analysis of the Staff Needs and Features of its Formation

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(73), № 4-2, pp. 741-747

Abstract:
Forecasting of the needs in a labor market is considered as an important component of the marketing and as well it’s necessary for regulation and control of changes in the field of educational services, for strategic planning of vocational training for staff in the sphere of culture focused on population demand in the region. The aim of this research work is development and approbation of monitoring algorithm for needs in a labor market in cultural sphere. The paper reflects the analysis vocational training prospects in the field of a library science and social and cultural activity taking into account multilevel education on the basis of competence-based approach.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1399226547.pdf
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4. Natalia Popovych
The Role of an Integrated Approach in Music Education Technology

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(73), № 4-2, pp. 748-755

Abstract:
The purpose of this paper is to justify the role of integrated approach to music education of students. This requires the implementation of a theoretical analysis of the meaning and importance of an integrated approach to music education and training, determination of didactic conditions of integrating the music education in schools and coverage of methods of arrangement of the complex relationships of the main types of educational and creative activity for students in music lessons. It is proved that an integrated approach to the music education process causes the appearance of new original teaching forms and techniques that brings the process to a new qualitative level, enriching the musical and creative abilities of students, enabling them to realize the artistic and aesthetic taste preferences, to achieve the integrity of musical and creative development and high levels of formation of aesthetic consciousness and music.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1399226612.pdf
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Philological Sciences

5. Natalia Burduli
How Far do Students Acknowledge the Meaning of Taboo Words?!

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(73), № 4-2, pp. 756-759

Abstract:
The given work is a short review of a very essential and important aspect of language – Taboo language. The article is provided with a brief, but quite interesting questionnaire, which was carried out on the English language students (80 students entirely). The results of the questionnaire appeared to be very intriguing and surprising. It proved that students really need more adequate knowledge about the taboo language, its real meaning and importance in communication.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1399226714.pdf
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Psychological Sciences

6. Jacob Owusu Sarfo, Isaac Acheampong Sarfo, Michael Asiedu
Innovation in Psychotherapy Integration: A Possible Need for Practice-Based Evidence

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(73), № 4-2, pp. 760-763

Abstract:
In the development of psychotherapy, the debate between opting for a specific model as opposed to systems integration has been a growing controversy. In addition, questions have been raised with regards to the consistency of integration approaches, the benchmark for choice of integration approach and the proficiency of practitioners. This article examines the reasons for integration using a systematic review to evaluate the triumphs made since the inception of psychotherapy integration. The authors’ advocates for Miller, Duncan, and Hubble’s in 2004 suggest practice-based evidence approach one of the appropriate innovative way of improving client retention and outcome. To us, this approach will enable the clinician have a better stand in therapy as scientist-practitioners.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1399809065.pdf
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Art History

7. Alexander Fedorov
Russian and Western Media Literacy Education Models

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(73), № 4-2, pp. 764-780

Abstract:
In different countries there is a wide range of the prospective media literacy education models, which are used in the process of education and upbringing. With that the analysis of the central models demonstrates that the most typical synthetic models belong to three groups: Group A. Media education models, representing the synthesis of the aesthetical and sociocultural models. Group B. Media education models, representing the synthesis of the aesthetical, informative and ethical models. Group C. Media education models, representing the synthesis of the sociocultural, informative and practical-pragmatic models. Therewith the models of group C are most spread and supported today in the majority of countries. Modern media education models lean towards the maximum usage of the potential possibilities of media education depending on the aims and objectives; they are characterized by the variability, options of the entire or fragmental integration into the education process.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1399226869.pdf
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8. Alexander Fedorov
The Opinions of Russian School Students and Teachers about Media Violence

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(73), № 4-2, pp. 781-804

Abstract:
The influence of media violence upon Russian teenagers is rather significant. About half the teenagers were positive about its demonstration: they enjoyed films, television shows, and computer games containing on-screen violence and they admired the characters - including "bad guys". A third of the teenagers were not sure about their opinion of on-screen violence, although they claimed to not be attracted by it. Just 18% of teenagers discuss and share their opinions with their parents. The influence of Russian schools upon the teenage relationship with on-screen violence is minimal. The findings of our analysis: - on the whole students are more tolerant than the teachers to screen violence (men outnumber women). - entertainment is the leading factor attracting audiences to violent scenes in both groups; - watching violent programs in high spirits is for students three times oftener than for teachers; - both students and teachers are most likely to watch and discuss violent scenes together with friends; - students do not like watching violent programs alone; - 1 out of 5 teachers is eager to watch violent content media with their students, 1 out of 3 teachers is ready to discuss it with the students; - on the average, 1 in 10 students would like to share this activity with the teacher; - students talk about violence on the screen twice as much as teachers; - 3 times more students than teachers reported that their aggressiveness increases after the violence seen on the screen; - images of the screen violence linger in girls’/women’ mind longer than in boys’/ men’; - about half of the respondents reported that they remember scenes of violence for a long time; - both the majority of students and teachers tend to believe that screen violence affects the increase of crime in society; - one third of teachers and students agree that most violent media texts should be banned; - quarter of teachers and students think it is necessary to prohibit all violence on the screen; - 5 times more students (vs. teachers) think things should remain like they are now, and 1 in 10 pupils consider that even more violence can be shown.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1399226928.pdf
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URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1399809118.pdf
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