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

E-ISSN 2224-0136

Периодичность – 1 раз в 3 месяца.
Издается с 2010 года.

Number 1. (in 2 part) October 21, 2014

Biological sciences

1. Tatiana A. Vdovina, Olga A. Serova, Nina M. Kadantseva
A Study of the Major Phytocoenotic and Economic Attributes of Fragaria Viridis (Duch.) Weston in Natural Conditions (through the Example of East Kazakhstan Region)

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(84), № 10-1, pp. 1728-1735.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.84.1728CrossRef

This article provides data on the phytocoenotic and economic-morphological attributes of Fragaria viridis Duch., green strawberry, in various locations. The most sustainable habitat for the existence of this species has been located near the village of Zimoviye. The ratio between the generative and vegetative species in the examined coenopopulations allows us to subsume them under the invasional and normal types.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1413905915.pdf
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Historical sciences and archaeology

2. Roman V. Lapshin, Nicholas W. Mitiukov, Vyacheslav I. Menkovsky
The “Matilda” Steamer – On the History of the First Experiments with Naval Aviation in Russia

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(84), № 10-1, pp. 1736-1741.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.84.1736CrossRef

This work examines the history of the “Matilda” steamer – the first ever ship in Russia capable of carrying airplanes. Although the results of the experiments did not become outstanding, they served as a point of departure for subsequent experiments with aviation in the Black Sea Fleet.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1413906026.pdf
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3. Olga V. Natolochnaya, Vyacheslav I. Menkovsky
War as a Social-Psychological Phenomenon

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(84), № 10-1, pp. 1742-1746.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.84.1742CrossRef

This article analyzes war as a social-psychological phenomenon. The author dwells upon the difficulties of war veterans’ shift from military to peaceful life. The primary sources for this work are letters, diaries, and memoirs by World War II servicemen and veterans. The author concludes the article by pointing out that the capacity for survival in the extreme conditions of the early post-war years had been buoyed up both by post-victory optimism and hopes engendered by it and the need to withstand post-war hardship – an unsettled everyday life, famine, disease, and crime. Amid all this, Soviet society exhibited a great capacity for life, which testified to its considerable mobilization potential.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1413906107.pdf
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4. Konstantin V. Taran
Sources Related to the Social-Political Movement in the Territory of the Black Sea Governorate in 1905–1907 (Based on Materials from the Archive Repositories of the Russian Federation)

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(84), № 10-1, pp. 1747-1751.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.84.1747CrossRef

This article examines a set of sources related to the social-political movement in the territory of the Black Sea Governorate during the First Russian Revolution (1905-1907). The author analyzes and classifies sources discovered in the archive repositories of the Russian Federation. The author concludes the article by pointing out that there is a copious set of sources covering the social-political movement in the territory of the Black Sea Governorate during the First Russian Revolution. These include judicial/investigative materials, print media, documents of a personal nature by members of political organizations, memoirs, and correspondence.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1413906161.pdf
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Economic sciences

5. Mihail N. Dudin, Nikolaj V. Lyasnikov, Aleksandr S. Senin, Sergej N. Kapustin
The Cyclicity of the Development of the Global Economic System amid Present-Day Globalization

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(84), № 10-1, pp. 1752-1764.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.84.1752CrossRef

The relevance of this topic is associated with the diversity of causes behind crisis processes in economics and the individuality of each particular crisis. This necessitates classifying them in a detailed fashion. The present downturn is a manifestation of the cyclicity of the development of the global economic system amid present-day globalization and the established architecture of the institutional space. The formal (legislation, contractual rules, corporate norms, etc.) and non-formal institutes (rules, customs, traditions, behavior as a whole, etc.), undergoing changes in their structure and mechanisms, caused the emergence of financial innovations whose yield surpassed that of the real sector of the economy multifold. This facilitated the concentration of money in financial markets and transforming them into a thing-in-itself. The theory of economic cycles is one of the theories of economic dynamics which explain the movement of the national economy. While the theory of economic growth explores factors and conditions for growth as a long-term trend, the theory of cycles deals with causes behind fluctuations in economic activity through time. Results. In accordance with the aims of this study, the authors established that crises can have the following causes: objective, which are associated with the cyclical development of the system, modernization and restructuring needs, and the impact of external factors, and subjective, which reflect errors in management, shortcomings in the organization of production, and the imperfections of innovation and investment policy. A crisis can take its course manifestly and be easily detected or can be inconspicuous and take its course in a latent form. The most dangerous are crises that affect the system as a whole. In a situation of this kind, there forms a train of complex issues resolving which depends on the timeliness of detecting them and professionalism in managing the organization, municipal education, and the state.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1413906255.pdf
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6. Almagul Sh. Nurgalieva
The Perspectives of Tourism Development in Kazakhstan

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(84), № 10-1, pp. 1765-1775.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.84.1765CrossRef

In the article the problem of tourism in Kazakhstan has been researched out, analyzed the main tourist indicators in tourism with the orientation for external tourism, showed the results of experts’ due to facts restraining tourism development in the country. The important and perspective directions of tourism development have been determined.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1413906374.pdf
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7. Tatiana Ozhereleva
Development of Geo-Marketing

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(84), № 10-1, pp. 1776-1781.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.84.1776CrossRef

This article analyzes the state and development of geo-marketing. The author illustrates the multi-aspectedness of geo-marketing: applied technology and management technology. The article demonstrates that geo-marketing can be viewed as a reflection of the processes of co-evolution in society. The author brings to light the specifics of geo-marketing research and situational analysis in geo-marketing. The article describes applications of geo-marketing.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1413906496.pdf
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Pedagogical sciences

8. Gulziya Abilkasimova, Issatay S. Utebaev, Gulden B. Bokaeva
Information Technology as a Pedagogical Innovation in the Educational Process

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(84), № 10-1, pp. 1782-1788.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.84.1782CrossRef

This article provides the findings of an analysis of scientific works by Russian and foreign scholars, which attempt to define the category of “innovation technology”. The analysis was conducted based on exploring the essence of the terms “innovation”, “innovation technology”, and “competence” and the interrelationship between them. As a result of a comparison analysis, the authors come to the conclusion that the definitions of innovation technology, its content and structure are dynamic and multi-faceted.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1413906594.pdf
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9. Anna V. Vinevskaya, Oyuna B. Ochirova
Present-Day Trends in the Development of Russian Education and the Mentality of the Russian Nation

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(84), № 10-1, pp. 1789-1794.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.84.1789CrossRef

This article aims to illustrate the need to consider adopting new trends in Russian education through the prism of the mentality of Russian society. To provide a rationale for the author’s position, the work employs the axiological and milieu approaches. The article demonstrates that one should take account of the nation’s mentality in order to introduce innovations in a proper way. The work provides a rationale for the author’s position concerning the perception of the nation’s mentality through the prism of systemic-vector psychology developed by Yuri Burlan.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1413906660.pdf
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Аrt History

10. Vera K. Krylova
“Communist Morality” in the Socio-Cultural Paradigm of the 1920s – Early 1930s

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(84), № 10-1, pp. 1795-1805.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.84.1795CrossRef

This article analyzes the role of the theater during the period of formation of a new social-psychological paradigm. The author examines the correlation between the stage image and the ideology pursued during the period 1920–1930, when the motifs of extermination, struggle, hatred, and rifts in plays staged in 1920–1930, in point of fact, not only justified the means and methods of the Communist Party’s policy in the cause of building a worker-peasant state but became a representative example for the actions and deeds of citizens. Thus, through the theater there had been forming a novel social ethics, a novel consciousness. The study conducted by the author can serve as a complement to the study of issues related to the interaction between the theater and the authorities.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1413906725.pdf
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11. Olga S. Reshetnyak, Anatoly M. Nikanorov
A Comparative Analysis of the Estuary Ecosystems of Russia’s Large Rivers in Terms of Anthropogenic Load

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(84), № 10-1, pp. 1806-1812.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.84.1806CrossRef

Based on monitoring hydro-chemical information, amassed for many years (1980–2012), from the State Service for Observations (SSO), the author conducts an assessment of anthropogenic load on the estuary ecosystems of Russia’s large rivers, as well as of their condition by hydro-chemical indicators. The results have helped to rank the estuary ecosystems by anthropogenic load and their condition with a view to identifying the more prosperous ecosystems.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1413906826.pdf
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URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1413906849.pdf
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