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

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1 January 31, 2016

Economic sciences

1. Alla E. Goryushkina, Svitlana Gavrylenko
Model of Dynamic Management of Telecommunication and Computer Resources

European Researcher. Series A, 2016, Vol.(102), Is. 1, pp. 4-11.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2016.102.4CrossRef

The document identified the problem and developed a model of the dynamic management of telecommunication and computer resources. The present level of development of information and telecommunication technologies, the improvement of communication and their integration into the high-performance human-machine systems administration cause the creation of a single information and telecommunication space of mobile units. The work is devoted to consideration of bases of research of a set of tasks of tactical management of information security. Presents direct and inverse problems and solution methods.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1454419731.pdf
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2. Nereida Hadziahmetovic
Human Capital and Economic Development Review of What was Studied and Where was Researched

European Researcher. Series A, 2016, Vol.(102), Is. 1, pp. 12-24
DOI: 10.13187/er.2016.102.12CrossRef

The main aim of this study is to define the most researched topics and geographical locations and the most active authors and institutions in Human Capital and Economic Development research area. 317 articles that published between 2007 and 2014 from 5 different journals with Social Scientific Citation Index (SSCI) were examined. This study also explores relation between research topics and researched countries and why some topics attracted more attention than others. It is found that some topics and geographic locations were researched more than others. Authors identified topics that were researched less or not researched as well as geographic locations. Proposal for future study is discussed according to results of analysis.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1454419887.pdf
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3. Goran Rajović, Jelisavka Bulatović
Life Satisfaction – Migrants from Serbia and Montenegro to Denmark: Case Study

European Researcher. Series A, 2016, Vol.(102), Is. 1, pp. 25-43.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2016.102.25CrossRef

The community of migrants from Serbia and Montenegro, although not numerous (about 8.000), it is interesting to researchers because in Denmark the middle of which is economically dependent on, maintains its socio - economic identity, and therefore the quality of life. As an instrument for assessing quality of life of migrants from Serbia and Montenegro in Denmark, used a questionnaire was created by the World Health Organization and questionnaires evaluating quality of life created by Department of Psychology at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, adapted to the needs of this research. Metric characteristics of the questionnaire were evaluated on a sample of 189 respondents - migrants from Serbia and Montenegro who live and work in Denmark. Despite the large variability answer most of these areas (respondents listed a total of 48 resort life as a determinant of their own quality of life), can be classified into the following eight global domains: health, emotional well-being, material well-being, interpersonal relationships, productivity or performance, safety, social communities and religions and spiritual domains of life. Displayed is the average value of the quality of life by gender. Personal values are ranging from 13-100% SM. In order to determine the differences in the index of quality of life in relation to age, conducted statistical testing the quality of life index difference between age groups. For respondents younger than 17-29 years, the average quality of life index was 68.68 with a standard deviation of 12.18. Quality of life index for the second age group (30-59 years) is 67.39 with a standard deviation of 12.17. For respondents 60 and over years, the average index is 66.48, with a standard deviation of 7.07.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1454419971.pdf
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Pedagogical sciences

4. Štefan Adamčák, Pavol Bartík, Miroslav Nemec
Physical Activities of Pupils in Slovak Primary Schools

European Researcher. Series A, 2016, Vol.(102), Is. 1, pp. 44-56.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2016.102.44CrossRef

In this work we studied the physical activities of 1082 pupils in primary schools that were analysed using questionnaires and then evaluated from a perspective of municipal and rural schools as well as from the perspective of the regions the pupils come from. The results were analysed using the TAP programme developed by the GAMO Company in Banská Bystrica. Our survey shows that during the working week almost 20 % of boys perform some physical activities within a time-scale of more than 5 hours a day. In terms of the preference of physical activities, collective sports prevail considerably over individual ones – almost 50 % of all responses. The sports activities offered at schools or in a place of residence are actively performed by less than 14 % of boys.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1454420081.pdf
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URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1454420109.pdf
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