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

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

5 May 31, 2015

Economic sciences

1. Bekbolat Almadiyev
Kazakhstan and America: the Frontiers of Energy Diplomacy

European Researcher, 2015, Vol.(94), Is. 5, pp. 356-364.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2015.94.356CrossRef

The article describes the development and use of policy instruments and tools for energy cooperation promotion between Kazakhstan and the United States. The role of energy diplomacy in foreign policy strategy of the Republic of Kazakhstan is due to the progressive growth of the relationship between the economic interests of Kazakhstan and the United States. The main objectives of the energy policy of the Republic of Kazakhstan are: the internal energy market formation, energy supplies on a competitive basis and energy security provision, as well as the improvement of the environmental sustainability of the energy. Modern American transnational enterprises have at their disposal significant financial resources, technological and managerial capacity. They are able to develop oil and gas fields effectively in the Republic of Kazakhstan with the least financial costs and minimal environmental damage.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1433331800.pdf
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2. Ghrab Hatem
Service Quality and Patients’ satisfaction in Tunisian Public Hospitals

European Researcher, 2015, Vol.(94), Is. 5, pp. 365-372.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2015.94.365CrossRef

The aim of this paper is to identify perceived quality of Tunisian public hospitals and its effect on patients’ satisfaction. Our empirical analysis focused on three public hospitals (Charles Nicole, Rabta, Habib Thamer). By means of a questionnaire administered to a sample of 300 patients, we could shed light on the satisfaction process of patients in hospitals, check whether there is a relationship between perceived quality and satisfaction and finally we could establish the presence of a relationship between patients’ satisfaction and perceived quality.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1433331894.pdf
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Political sciences

3. Dilshad Muhammad, Filiz Katman
Nationalistic Trends in Modern Syria

European Researcher, 2015, Vol.(94), Is. 5, pp. 373-380.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2015.94.373CrossRef

This article explores dynamics behind the emergence of different nationalistic currents that dominated the modern Syrian political scene. By “modern”, here, it is meant the period between 1846, when the term “Syria” was, for the first time, officially associated with a specific territory, and 2000 when Syria’s “fierce”, not strong, ruler Hafez al-Asad died. As such, the article covers multiple periods as one continuous period. Arab Nationalism, which defeated other currents like Pan Syrianism and Communism, comes on the top of these currents. The article also shows how partisan, clan and/or family interests led to the utilization of various nationalist thoughts in this regard.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1433331996.pdf
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Pedagogical sciences

4. Alexander Fedorov
Cultural Mythology Analysis of Media texts in the Classroom at the Student Audience

European Researcher, 2015, Vol.(94), Is. 5, pp. 381-388.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2015.94.381CrossRef

The author of this article presents the cultural mythology analysis of media texts: identification and analysis of mythologizing (including in the framework of the so-called folk sources - fairy tales, urban legends, etc.) plot, those types of characters, etc. in media texts. In particular, the audience (for example, students) offered by critical analysis to answer the question why so many entertainment media texts so popular with a mass audience? The author thinks that the media texts relating to the mass / popular culture, have success with the audience is not due to the fact that they supposedly only target people with low aesthetic taste, subject to psychological pressure, easy to believing the lie, etc., but because their authors respect and learning needs of the audience, including - information, compensatory, hedonistic, recreational, moral, aesthetic, etc.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1433332059.pdf
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5. Yury S. Tyunnikov
Modeling Training of Future Teachers Aimed on Innovation Activities Based on the System of Design Features

European Researcher, 2015, Vol.(94), Is. 5, pp. 389-402.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2015.94.389CrossRef

Modeling of training system of future teachers aimed on innovation activities performed in a certain project logic and procedures, which is possible only through a specific set of design features, based on capability and peculiar properties of the university. The article is formulated and solved the problem of design features, revealing in its set the characteristic properties, organization and functioning of training system aimed on innovation in specific terms of professional education.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1433332117.pdf
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Art History

6. Vera K. Krylova
"The war is Already in Progress, and I Still here ..." or a Picture of Everyday Military rear Life Through the eyes of the Contemporary Theater

European Researcher, 2015, Vol.(94), Is. 5, pp. 403-412.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2015.94.403CrossRef

The article analyzes the performance "The Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkin" on the novel by Vladimir Voinovich, staged by Academic Russian Drama Theatre in Yakutia. This performance is not only about Chonkin. It is about a young man lost in thesea of started war, about his duty and honor. About funny as selectionist Gladyshev, successful, honest, naive, cruel people. About good and evil, the spiritual ideals and about one of the main human values - love. This, at first glance, strange, funny love softens drama ofgoing on, illuminates the real human faces with their fates, pains, joys. It becomes one hallmark that makes the director's conception in a bright, full, with a fine sense of humor, laughter through the tears performance with naturalistic rural life of the first days of war. In short, about those paradoxes, which has been mixed up lives of ordinary people, and that with a bit of humor so significantly been implementedon the stage.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1433332194.pdf
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