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

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Number 1. (in 2 part) November 23, 2014

Engineering sciences

1. Nikolaj I. Kovalenko
Geo-Information Logistical Modeling

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(86), № 11-1, pp. 1885-1893.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.86.1885CrossRef

This paper examines geo-information logistical modeling. The author illustrates the similarities between geo-informatics and logistics in the area of spatial objectives; illustrates that applying geo-data expands the potential of logistics; brings to light geo-information modeling as the basis of logistical modeling; describes the types of geo-information logistical modeling; describes situational geo-information modeling as a variety of geo-information logistical modeling.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1416769601.pdf
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2. Tatiana А. Ozhereleva
A Systematics for Information Units

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(86), № 11-1, pp. 1894-1900.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.86.1894CrossRef

This article examines the use of information units in the information sciences. The author illustrates the multi-aspect nature of applying information units; examines examples of information units; illustrates the criteria for subsuming information units under different groups; divides information units into different groups based on application and reflection of objective reality; describes issues in the theory of information units.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1416769779.pdf
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3. Victor Ya. Tsvetkov
Dichotomic Assessment of Information Situations and Information Superiority

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(86), № 11-1, pp. 1901-1909.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.86.1901CrossRef

The article describes a methodology for assessing information situations and determining information characteristics between objects – information superiority. The author brings to light the concept of information superiority for static and dynamic information situations; applies dichotomic analysis for exploring information situations and information superiority; describes static and dynamic information situations; brings to light the concept of informing and information states; illustrates three types of assessing information states; describes various information situations: “by the degree of being informed”, “by goal achievement”, “by flows”, and “by interaction”; provides formulas for assessing states and coefficients for assessing these states; illustrates that the proposed methodology helps assess the competitiveness of objects and resource support for them.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1416769891.pdf
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Historical sciences and archaeology

4. Roman V. Lapshin, Nicholas W. Mitjukov
Argentine Trawlers for the Arctic Ocean Flotilla

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(86), № 11-1, pp. 1910-1924.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.86.1910CrossRef

During World War I, the Russian government, which had underestimated the significance of danger to north freights from mines, had been unable to efficiently stave off German operations. For that reason, an entire fleet of fishing trawlers was acquired from foreign countries, which were used as mine-sweeping vessels. This paper addresses the service of Argentine trawlers.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1416770017.pdf
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5. Natalia N. Nikitenko
The Making of Archiving in Novonikolayevsk (Novosibirsk) in the 1930s in the 20th Century

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(86), № 11-1, pp. 1925-1936.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.86.1925CrossRef

The article addresses the issues of historiography and source materials analysis on the origin and development of archiving in Novonikolaevsk (since February 1926 – Novosibirsk) in the 1930s of XX century. October 1, 1925 Novonikolayevsk County Archive office was established as a division of the Novosibirsk District Executive Committee, which was responsible for accounting organization and archival documents preservation, pre-revolutionary institutions lists compilation, and after the revolution – for the unchecked archives identification and search, departmental archives revision and instructing of local archivists. By the Resolution of the Siberian Regional Archival Bureau dated July 27 1930 Novosibirsk District Archive Bureau was abolished and for the further institutions and enterprises maintenance the local archives office was organized in Novosibirsk City Executive Committee. Research on different types of historical documents reflecting the characteristics of work organization in Novosibirsk archive Bureau's Department of archives and district executive committees archives, conditions of archival funds formation, classification and use, archivists staff appointments, their accounting and qualifications, allowed to accumulate the historiography and source studies experience on the organization of archives in Novonikolaevsk through the example of the Archival Bureau in the first five years of its existence. Archival materials stored in MPI «Novosibirsk City Archives» and GKU NSO «State Archives of the Novosibirsk region» were used as the documentary basis of the article.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1416770180.pdf
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Economic sciences

6. Viktor Ya. Tsvetkov
Information Asymmetry as a Risk Factor

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(86), № 11-1, pp. 1937-1943.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.86.1937CrossRef

This paper explores information asymmetry as the cause of risks in decision making. The author describes the types of information asymmetry as a risk factor; describes the types of risk arising under different information asymmetries; describes the methods for minimizing such risks; brings to light the principal-agent issue; analyzes the principles of minimizing risks in the event of this issue arising; illustrates the application of special information models for minimizing risks in this issue; describes the cascade method for minimizing risks in decision making under information asymmetry.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1416771076.pdf
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Philological sciences

7. Ella V. Nesterik, Maiya A. Kazbekova
Supernatural Horror in English Literature and Means of it Realization

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(86), № 11-1, pp. 1944-1949.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.86.1944CrossRef

This article deals with linguistic means realizing supernatural horror in the language of fiction. The research is based on the hypothesis that the category of supernatural/irreal horrible being a part of literary space is realized by means of this global textual category.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1416771235.pdf
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8. Ludmila F. Ukrainec
Connotative Implicitness of Explosive Unvoiced Sounds [К], [К:], [К’] in Ukrainian Poetic Language

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(86), № 11-1, pp. 1950-1956.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.86.1950CrossRef

This article deals with the problems of modeling sound architectonics in Ukrainian poetic language of XX–XXI centuries. Particularly, associative orientation of unvoiced sounds [к], [к:], [к’] is postulated in the formation of emotional and semantic dominant of personalized discourses with pronounced traits of national specifics. Connotative implicitness of explosive consonants, as an exhibitor of pragmatic dynamics of composition, is specified by ontological perspective of multiple interpretations of phonetically motivated linguistic units.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1416771321.pdf
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Pedagogical sciences

9. Kymbat F. Aubakirova, Jannur B. Asetova
The Role of Interactive Teaching Methods in Fostering Ethno-Pedagogical Competence in Future Teachers

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(86), № 11-1, pp. 1957-1963.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.86.1957CrossRef

The article presents the results of research associated with the study of the role and place of interactive teaching methods in the process of forming ethnopedagogical competence of future teachers. The authors of the article special attention focuses on such methods as: discussion (the discussion on the clash of views, exchange of opinions); "brainstorming" (active search for answers with the help of guesses, ideas, hypotheses, associations); round table (discussing moral issues with representatives of different sectors of society); business game (simulation, emulation, image, reflection, managing different situations and their modeling); contests of practical work with their discussion; training (active correction method by communicating in groups, modeling interpersonal relationships); work in micro-groups; problem solving.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1416771453.pdf
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10. Zhanar E. Sarsekeeva, Ekaterina F. Bogdanova
Modern Aspects of Schoolchildren’s Creative Thinking Development

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(86), № 11-1, pp. 1964-1969.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.86.1964CrossRef

This article is about actual problems of schoolchildren’s creative thinking development. The changes happening in our society show absolutely different requirements to the younger generation than they were before which will become not only an active component of the state, but also the leading force in its further development in the closest future. Pedagogy of ideological dogmas, reproductive training, compounding and regulation of teacher and pupils’ activity corresponded to the society of totalitarian consciousness, priority of a political and ideological orientation in full measure. Nowadays pedagogical technologies differ in the rigid organization of school life, suppression of pupils’ initiative and independence, application of requirements and coercions. The personal focused technologies which gained new development at present moment are characterized by anthropocentricity, humanistic and psychotherapeutic orientation. They are aimed at versatile, free and creative development of the child. Only such active, creative personality is capable to realize in difficult social relationship of modern society. From the carried-out analysis of psychology and pedagogical literature it is possible to note that schoolchildren’s creative thinking development is becoming the priority direction.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1416771581.pdf
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Psychological sciences

11. Sergey A. Bogomaz, Svetlana A. Litvina
Self-Assessment Of Personal Virtues and its Correlation to the Basic Beliefs and Values

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(86), № 11-1, pp. 1970-1977.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.86.1970CrossRef

The purpose of this paper is to describe the results of empirical research of the personal values as bases for self-assessments of some personal virtues. The study is implemented in line with positive psychology, and is based on the concept of values as basic foundations of a particular human actions. The empirical research of a self-assessment of expressiveness of personal values at 658 residents of 4 Siberian cities of Russia. (Tomsk, Kemerovo, Barnaul, Lesosibirsk) was carried out in 2013-2014 with the use of the technique the "Questionnaire of 24 virtues" developed by E.N. Osin on the basis of a questionnaire "A profile of personal values" of K. Peterson and M. Seligman's Values-In-Action. The results of cluster and correlation analysis were presented, allowing to isolate distinct groups of the virtues in a sample and to connect these to the basic beliefs and values.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1416771724.pdf
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12. Olga S. Reshetnyak, Anatoly M. Nikanorov, Vladimir Ye. Zakrutkin, Yevgeny V. Gibkov
The Chemical Composition of Surface Waters of Technogenically Affected Geo-Systems in the Eastern Donbas Region

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(86), № 11-1, pp. 1978-1992.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2014.86.1978CrossRef

Based on an analysis of literary data and the author’s own research findings, the paper assesses the factors in the formation of the chemical composition of surface and subterranean waters and the variability of the chemical composition and quality of river waters in the eastern Donbas region. The author illustrates that the major negative effect of the impact of technogenic waters on river waters is salinization. The paper points up a high level of pollution in river waters with a broad spectrum of metal compounds, among which the biggest threat comes from Fegen, Al, Mn, Cu, and Sr, which is of a steady nature. The quality of water in the majority of rivers in the eastern Donbas region is evaluated as Quality Class 4 – dirty and/or very dirty. The findings can be used in resolving a whole array of scientific and applied objectives related to assessing the migration of chemical substances and the level of pollution in surface and subterranean waters and forecasting the condition of water sites and the quality of water, as well as in carrying out water-protection activities in the region.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1416771854.pdf
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