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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) December 24, 2014


Historical sciences and archeology

1. Ivan A. Ermachkov
The Policy of Paternalism and the Issue of Deviation during the 1960s–1980s in the South of Russia (through the Example of Greater Sochi)

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(88), № 12-1, pp. 2048-2054.

Abstract:
The state, as a social institute, undergoes amid political and social-economic transformations not only the reformation of social relations but, as a reaction of these changes, causes the collapse of existing social guideposts, norms, and ideals in society. This study is aimed at identifying the major issues and shortcomings in the operation of the Soviet urban system of prevention of child neglect and juvenile delinquency, identifying the social reasons behind the emergence of child neglect characteristic of the resort city of Sochi, assessing child neglect issues, and coming up with ways to resolve them for entities within the system of prevention of child neglect and juvenile delinquency and other interest groups. The article is dedicated to exploring the issue of juvenile behavior in the resort city of Sochi during the period of the policy of paternalism in the 1960s-1980s.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1419791421.pdf
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2. Marios A. Karampaglidis, Artjom A. Fomenkov
Revisiting the Internationalism of European Fascist Movements

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(88), № 12-1, pp. 2055-2061.

Abstract:
This work examines the issue of partnership between ultra-right parties during the 1930s and at present. The author analyzes certain characteristics of institutional and ideological rapprochement between the radical right in Europe in the 1930s. The paper reveals the reason behind the frailty of the ultra-right partnership in the 1930s and in modern day. The primary reasons behind this frailty lay in the rule of the gun in the milieu of ultra-right politicians, and, as a consequence, contempt for the statutes of international law. Currently, this frailty is associated with the speculativeness, rather than realness, of “all-white” solidarity, and, rather, the existence of contentious issues in mutual relations between states and ethnoses.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1419791506.pdf
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3. Ivane Sh. Menteshashvili
Historical Truth in Poetry: Napoleon in the Verses of Voloshin, Tyutchev, and Pushkin

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(88), № 12-1, pp. 2062-2068.

Abstract:
This article examines the degree to which one can illustrate in poetry a historical phenomenon vested in an artistic form. Here the author looks into the verses of Voloshin, Tyutchev, and Pushkin: “Bonaparte”, “Napoleon”, and “Hero”. These verses bring to light Napoleon’s personality and the historical environment in which he had been working. In each of the verses, Napoleon is portrayed as a carrier of immense romantic energy, thanks to which he leaves such an ineffaceable, meteoric trace in history, and is depicted as steeped in some kind of romantic enchantment. At the same time, each of the verses brings to light the various aspects of the Napoleonic era and his deeds. Voloshin draws a colorful picture of the Great French Revolution and social-political upheavals inherent in it, within the depths of which, under the canopy of Providence, there is born a new phenomenon that is set to become in the near future an embodiment and carrier of the will of world history. Tyutchev portrays Napoleon as already quite a full-fledged phenomenon of history, a child of the revolution, which engages in a desperate and, at the same time, hopeless struggle with his “mother”, a struggle in which the hero is doomed to a tragic end. Whereas Pushkin in his verse, in the form of epic truth typical of him, presents a retrospection of the entire Napoleonic era and the whole amplitude of the activity of this phenomenal personality. And what is depicted as most remarkable, in terms of eternalizing him, is a fact that sort of stands out among a multitude of great deeds: Napoleon’s handshake with a plague-stricken man at a hospital in Egypt intended to elevate his fighting spirit. It may seem that greatness is shown here as a “non-heroic” deed, which, in turn, is a demonstration of the use of an ingenious medium by a great artist to portray greatness in what may seem as something little noticed, which is what is eternal.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1419791571.pdf
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Economic sciences

4. Tetiana Y. Obolenska, Viktor I. Chuzhykov, Kateryna A. Leschenko
Mechanisms and Instruments for Realizing the Environmental-Economic Policies of Eastern European Post-Socialist Countries

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(88), № 12-1, pp. 2069-2080.

Abstract:
This article addresses the issue of creating effective mechanisms and instruments for the formation of the environmental-economic policy of European CIS countries. The author points up a convergence in approaches to ecological planning between Ukraine, the Russian Federation, Belarus, Moldova, and a number of new EU members. That said, the author reveals that the pace of rapprochement has been quite slow, and, instead of the unification of economic activities, we are witnessing an increase in disproportions in the process of regulating common ecological systems. The author proposes ways to optimize the environmental-economic policy of the countries within the region in conjunction with that pursued in EU countries.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1419791674.pdf
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Legal sciences

5. Zaurbek Z. Nalgiev
The Right of a Nonprofit Organization to Conduct Educational Activity

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(88), № 12-1, pp. 2081-2086.

Abstract:
This article addresses the right of a nonprofit organization to conduct educational activity. The author explores the reasons behind the emergence of an educational organization and its status. The article identifies the major traits, types, and forms of educational organizations.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1419791748.pdf
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Pedagogical sciences

6. Hanna V. Shcherbakova
The Issue of Formation of Polycultural Competence in Medical Students in the Educational Process of Medical Colleges: Major Results and Inferences

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(88), № 12-1, pp. 2087-2092.

Abstract:
This article addresses the results of an analysis of the issue of formation of polycultural competence in medical students in the educational process of medical colleges. The author identifies the essential characteristics of the phenomenon under analysis, presents a worked-out methodology for the formation of polycultural competence in medical students, and analyzes statistical data obtained in conducting an experimental study.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1419791832.pdf
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Philological sciences

7. Alexandra A. Vorozhbitova
Experience in Modeling A Strategy to Use Social Media in Processes of Scientific, Technological and Innovative Spheres: Linguistic and Rhetorical Approach

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(88), № 12-1, pp. 2093-2100.

Abstract:
Modeling of a strategy to use social media in processes of scientific, technological and innovative spheres from the perspective of the linguistic and rhetorical (L&R) paradigm is presented as a series of sequential procedures: from formulation of conceptual frameworks to the characteristics of the organizational and management provisions. The article reveals design characteristics of the strategy including the tree of goals and formulates the directions of the strategy comprehensively reflecting social and technological aspects of the innovation process’ development. In conclusion, the author considers the functions of the modeled strategy to use social media.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1419791898.pdf
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8. Alexandra A. Vorozhbitova, Irina V. Kozhushkina
Instrumental and Technological Block of the Model Strategy to Use Social Media in the Processes of Scientific, Technological and Innovative Sphere as An Innovative Process

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(88), № 12-1, pp. 2101-2109.

Abstract:
The article covers particular features of the instrumental and technological block of the model strategy to use social media in the processes of scientific, technological and innovative spheres. The model has been developed in Sochi State University in the mainstream of the schools for pedagogical design and linguistic and rhetorical (L&R) paradigm. The authors offer sets of methodological recommendations and techniques to achieve the desired results, a methodology to evaluate the effectiveness of implemented work formats in accordance with the technology of social networks monitoring. The authors have identified criteria and indicators of effectiveness of the integrated formats (social, economic and technological), as well as a methodology of control and self-control.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1419792135.pdf
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Medical sciences

9. Azha Kh. Gaidarova, Natal'ya V. Kotenko, Detelina B. Kul'chitskaya, Anna Yu. Sycheva, Larisa Yu. Tarasova
The Impact of Contrast Massage on the Dynamics of the Functional Characteristics of the Microvasculature in Late Reproductive Age Female Patients with Chronic Endometritis

European Researcher, 2014, Vol.(88), № 12-1, pp. 2110-2116.

Abstract:
The author explores the functional characteristics of the microvasculature in late reproductive age women diagnosed with chronic endometritis before and after a course of contrast massage. Based on laser Doppler flowmetry data, the author singles out three types of functional changes in the microvasculature which had a high coefficient of correlation with the results of Doppler velocimetry of uterine blood-flow and changed dynamically during the treatment. The author reveals the therapeutic effectiveness of the contrast massage method in normalizing hemodynamic changes in the lower pelvic basin in female patients with chronic endometritis.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1419792334.pdf
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URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1419792352.pdf
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