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

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2 February 29, 2016


Economic sciences

1. Asif Khurshid, Aneel Salman, Nedim Makarevic
Impact of Advertisement on Malay Young Consumers

European Researcher. Series A, 2016, Vol.(103), Is. 2, pp. 60-68.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2016.103.60CrossRef

Abstract:
The purpose of writing this paper is to explore the understanding of advertisement and its impact on young consumers. Also it was discussed that how this impact if it is negative can be neutralized. It has been identified after conducting in depth interviews that all respondents were of the opinion that advertisement is a source of communication. In addition to this all respondents are agreed that it has positive as well as negative effects on both children and young adults. Negative impacts can be diluted by advertisers, parents, government and neighbours.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1456758681.pdf
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2. Sergei M. Nikonorov, Youngmin Yoon
The Energy Partnership between Russia and the Countries of Northeast Asia

European Researcher. Series A, 2016, Vol.(103), Is. 2, pp. 69-86.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2016.103.69CrossRef

Abstract:
The study tries to answer the most fundamental question of energy cooperation between Russia and the countries of Northeast Asia, "Do we really need a model of cooperation in the energy sector?". This question is important for understanding the aspects of energy cooperation in the region, because the idea of creating this cooperation is based on the assumption that there is complementarity and interdependence between the structures of supply and demand of these countries offer. To find the answer to this question, we analyzed the sectors of demand, consumption, and Russian proposals and the countries of Northeast Asia oil and gas, as the current dominant energy sources, and renewable energy sectors considered (renewable energy sources), as a potential future sources.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1456774224.pdf
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3. Goran Rajović, Jelisavka Bulatović
Comparative Analysis of Conditions Life in Settlements the Municipality of Berane and Settlements the Municipality of Andrijevica: A Case Study

European Researcher. Series A, 2016, Vol.(103), Is. 2, pp. 87-106.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2016.103.87CrossRef

Abstract:
The focus of work is the conception quality of life issues that in lately, it becomes increasingly important socio-economic issue. The work tends to argue how and which the context of the quality of rural life provides an opportunity to resolve the paradox of development interpreted by many researchers. The study was designed and conducted in the geographical and social space, as a case study. Geographic space research included is urban settlements: Berane and Andrijevica as well as the rural: Dolac, Lužac, Dapsiće, Luge, Polica, Gnjili Potok, Kralje, Slatina, Zabrđe and Rijeka Marsenić. Social space related to the surveyed residents of what is meant, and our insight into the social environment. The existence of differences in living conditions, opportunities and attitudes of urban and rural residents has been formulated as a null hypothesis in the study. The aim of the research is that the comparative view of living and working conditions of rural and urban population and comparative data analysis tested the validity of the initial assumptions. The analysis includes the following dependent variable: level of education, occupation, housing conditions, health status, satisfaction of patients through life and the rank the reasons for the concern of respondents living in town is an independent variable.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1456758981.pdf
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4. Jasmina Sinanovic, Senad Becirovic
The Determinants of Lifelong Learning

European Researcher. Series A, 2016, Vol.(103), Is. 2, pp. 107-118.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2016.103.107CrossRef

Abstract:
The aim of this paper is to introduce drivers of lifelong learning and to emphasize its importance in modern life. Developed economies throughout the world are driven more by knowledge and globalization than were economies of even the recent past. European economies of the 20th century were largely driven by manufacturing and the need to industrialize. Filling such economies with functional workers required education systems of similar design, that turned out masses of equally-educated workers in large batches. Increased automation, the widespread introduction of computer technologies and communications, and cheaper transportation have combined to encourage firms to be lean, international, and changing. Computer technologies encouraged sharing of documents, speeded workflow from design to production. Cheaper transportation allowed an increase in internationalization of workforces. These major shifts drove change from industrialized to knowledge-based economies. Paper discusses how two simple English words came together, stayed together, and grew into a powerful term driving new political initiatives, and continue to influence political, economic, social, and even cultural currents. Today's developed societies are rapidly aging, live longer and have fewer children. In order to continue to grow vibrant economies, and to fully enjoy the benefits of these vibrant economies, citizens need to continue to renew knowledge and skills during entire lifetime. As the major technological, economic, and social currents change, so must citizens adapt by never ceasing to learn throughout their lifetimes.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1456759066.pdf
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Social sciences

5. Sribas Goswami, Manjari Sahai
A Study of Morbidity Pattern in Elderly Population

European Researcher. Series A, 2016, Vol.(103), Is. 2, pp. 119-128.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2016.103.119CrossRef

Abstract:
Ageing is a biological process, experienced by mankind. Ageing is a dynamic process, determined by the relative size of the younger and older. However, concern for ageing of population is a relatively new phenomenon, which has raised due to significantly large increase in the number and proportion of aged persons in the society. The phenomenon of population ageing is becoming a major concern for the policy makers all over the world during the last two decades. Ageing of population is affected due to downward trends in fertility and mortality i.e. due to low birth rates with long life expectancies. Life expectancy at birth is projected to continue to rise in the coming years all over the world. The aged population has specific health problems that are basically different from those of adults or young persons. Most diseases in the aged are chronic in nature-cardiovascular, arthritis, stroke, cataract, deafness, chronic infections, cancer. Disease process is usually multiple. Availability and utilisation of health services is an important determinant of the health status of population. The needs for health services tend to vary directly with the age of the individuals. The older the one gets, the more health care he needs. Although the aged people face multiple health problems, even then, they do not consider seeking medical aid and as a result, many conditions remain unreported and untreated till they become complicated. This emphasises the need for strengthening of health care system for elderly population. According to Paul Wallace, all individuals should be prepared to face later years in life within their own limitation gloriously.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1456759151.pdf
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Pedagogical sciences

6. Elena Bendíková, Ľudmila Jančoková, Božena Paugschová
The Selected Health Determinants of Adults

European Researcher. Series A, 2016, Vol.(103), Is. 2, pp. 129-136.
DOI: 10.13187/er.2016.103.129CrossRef

Abstract:
Article presents partial results based on adult lifestyle with a focus on selected health determinants, which are one of the key factors of life quality of adult population. Survey respondents (women: n = 118, age 43.3 ± 2.3 years, height =168.9 ± 3.2cm, weight = 67.3 ± 6.8kg and men: n = 121, age 44.2 ± 1.6 years, height = 180.6 ± 6.3cm, weight = 89 ± 7.9kg) were middle-aged people from L. Mikuláš. Standardised questionnaire was used for detection of primary indicators of life quality and lifestyle of this group. Findings significantly (p < 0.01) showed that ascending tendency in observed group have vertebrogenic disorders, whose symptom is pain (p < 0.01). At the same time they are also the cause of inoperability and use of different medicaments. Health issues in observed group occured in several combinations. Listed partial discoveries are included in the grant: VEGA no. 1/0376/14 Physical activity intervention for the prevention of health of the population of Slovakia.

URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1456759251.pdf
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URL: http://www.erjournal.ru/journals_n/1456774107.pdf
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