Professional conflict as an object of pedagogical research
This article deals with the phenomenon of a professional conflict, offering a classification of professional conflicts and justifying the lines of pedagogical activity aimed at the preparation of a professional for managing professional conflicts.
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Social conflicts as seen by residents of Saint Petersburg: An empirical study
This article describes the attitudes of Saint Petersburg residents to social conflicts. The author analyses their assessments of danger associated with social tension in the Russian society. This tension becomes particularly pronounced during the time of economic, social, and political turbulence. The research aims to examine ...
The conflict of the intellectual and the boor in the plays by S. Mrożek “Tango” and A. Chekhov “Cherry orchard”
This article examines the social and cultural conflict, the essence of which lies in the opposition of the intellectual and the boor in Chekhov's play “The Cherry Orchard” and in S. Mrożek play “Tango”. The comparative analysis of the works reveals the national, historical and social specificity ...
The problem of conflict in the works of Pyotr Kapterev
The article presents Pyotr Kapterev's views of on the problem of conflict relationships in the education process. The author traces the evolution of Russian pedagogical conflict resolution studies.
Детская и возрастная психология. М.: МОДЭК, 1999. ...
The conceptual framework of teaching primary school children conflict resolution in the countries of European Union
This article analyses the conceptual framework of teaching primary school children conflict resolution in the countries of the European Union in order to integrate the global achievements in the field of conflict studies training into the effective development of regional educational science and practice.
The Heritage of Nikolai Pirogov in the Context of Pedagogical Conflict Studies Fundamentals
The article analyses Nikolai Pirogov’s position on the problem of conflict relationships in pedagogical process. The author points out the tendencies of Russian pedagogical conflict studies formation.
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И. Пирогова. М.: Учпедгиз,...
Political technologies and international conflicts in the information space of the Baltic Sea region
The information space of the Baltic region has gradually developed since the free exchange of cross-border messages was made possible by media technology and international law. The international conflict between Russia and some countries of the European Union has become a factor hampering its sustainable development. Moreover, the conflict has adversely affected the functioning of many civil society institutions in the Baltic Sea region. This ...
Conflict situations at the verification of death reports of alleged suicide
Сonflict situations that arise during the verification of death reports of alledged suicide have their own specifics. The author regards such conflicts through the prism of the situational approach. An attempt is made to highlight the most common causes of conflict situations. The author gives recommendations for resolving conflict situations during the verification of death reports. An appropriate ...
School conflict as a subject of historical and pedagogical research
The paper analyses the problem of school conflicts and provides a theoretical substantiation of the possibility of their historical and pedagogical investigation in pedagogy. Using pedagogical writings of the early XX century, the authors explore the conceptual foundations of school conflicts ...
A functional approach to the typology of conflicts in the school
This article focuses on the typology of conflicts within school conflict studies. It provides a brief overview of basic classifications. The offered typology is based on the functional approach to conflict typology.
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The technology of differentiated conflict studies-based training of secondary school teachers
This article describes a technology of differentiated conflict studies-based training of school teachers. The technology embraces interconnected diagnos-tic, target, content, procedural, and analytic components developed in view of the requirements of the principle of functional and subject differentiation ...
The historical and national sources of the development of the modern Polish-Lithuanian conflict
This article analyzes the origins of the contemporary conflict generating Polish-Lithuanian relations. The authors consider the features of the Polonization of Lithuania and ensuing Russification in the second half of the 19th century, the problems of Polish-Russian relations during the interbellum (1918—1939) ...
The technology of preventing adaptation conflicts among first year-students
This article focuses on the technology of adaptation conflict prevention among first-year students implemented in the educational process and including the target, content, procedural, and diagnostic components.
Эволюция биоэнергетики и здоровья ...
Transformation of life strategies of the individual under the conditions of armed conflict
The author investigates the transformation of life strategies of people living in the area of armed conflict in Donetsk People’s Republic. Due to difficult life circumstances, civilians in the area of armed conflict lose their life goals and priorities, and their attitudes and value orientations change. These basic categories are structural elements ...
Borders and Identity in Theory and Practice of the Eastern Baltic Region
... general. The author believes that the key reason behind the current crisis in Russia-EU relations is the conspicuous neglect of Russian interests in the neighboring countries that formed after the disintegration of the USSR. However, escalation of the conflict was historically and geographically predetermined. The political borders of post-Soviet states do not coincide with the ethnic ones and, therefore, the attempts to consolidate states through ethnic mobilization meet corresponding resistance from ...
Anthropological ideas of Immanuel Kant and the problem of interreligious conflicts in the modern society
... Kant's anthropological ideas, his interpretation of affections and passions of human soul. It is claimed that everything that is inconsistent with reason, including passions and affections, should play a secondary, subordinate role in religion. Religious conflicts should be resolved through an appeal to universal moral values and the decrease in the pressure of religion ideology components that are not directly related to morality.
Антропология с прагматической ...
Pedagogical support children in a conflict situation: legal aspects
... the abovementioned documents, which guarantee the protection of rights, psychological and physical health and development of the child can be considered as the legal basis for the organization and implementation of pedagogical support for children in conflict situations within the systems of education and social welfare.
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The international legal regulation of the status of voluntary human shields
The analysis of existing rule of International humanitarian law governing the cases of use of human shields by the parties of armed conflict justifies the conclusion that these persons are a sui generis case and should be regarded as an exception to a number of general rules. As a result, they should not be classified as taking a direct part in hostilities and must be treated according ...
The conflicts of woodland management and the methods of these conflicts resolution in the Kaliningrad Region
The article examines the conflict situations, caused by the anthropogenic transformation of forest landscapes in some areas of the Kaliningrad region. The ways of timber exploitation optimization, including the possibilities of the development of forest bee-keeping are examined....
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The rhetoric and logic of the representations of the Russian-Turkish War of 1877–1878 in Russian public discourse
... actors who used it to express their attitudes to the current events. I identify a series of principal oppositions employed by most actors. I analyse these oppositions from the perspective of orientalism and demonstrate that an orientalist vision of the conflict was instrumental in ‘Westernising’ the image of the Russian Empire. The critics of this model placed both parties of the conflict in a common oriental framework but did not equate them. Self-orientalisation was viewed as a political challenge ...
The development of small innovative enterprises through harmonising economic interests
... for the first time, the problem of economic interest harmonisation has been considered in relation to the agents of small innovative business. The author juxtaposes the major economic interests of these agents and identifies their compatibility and conflict areas. The article offers a mechanism for the development of small innovative businesses, including two sets of instruments — those aimed at combining the agents’ efforts on the basis of their common economic interests and prevention of conflicts ...
The ‘сool war’ in the Baltic Sea Region: consequences and future scenarios..
..., whereas the influence of EU institutions has decreased. A deep rift has developed between Russia and all other states in the region. There are five possible mid-term scenarios, ranging from outright confrontation to effective cooperation: an armed conflict, a dramatic aggravation of the current tensions without an armed conflict, the continuation of the ‘cool war’, the normalisation of relations, and a transition to large-scale cooperation. I argue that the ‘cool war’ scenario is the most ...
Key conceptual trends in the study of nationalism
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Image of Princess Olga in K.Ryleyev’s DUMA: hagiographical reference points
The famous work by K.Ryleyev is analysed using an axiological approach that allows the authors to interpret its main conflict in a new way. K.Ryleyev pays special attention to an antithesis, showing that Prince Igor concedes to passions throughout his life whereas Princess Olga is always guided by a moral imperative. This antithesis is the main artistic means, and the ...
Parental support and psychological health of children and adolescents
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The Baltic-Pontic region in the Europe-Eurasia dual system
... (Międzymorze, Tarpjūris etc.) but also as Intermundium or the interface of European and Russian (Eurasian) civilization. The study sets out to clarify the logic of changing patterns shaping this geopolitical area. To this end, the concept of the Baltic-Pontic conflict system proposed by Vadim Tsymbursky is applied and further developed. In contrast to his agent-focused vehicle of analysis disclosing the power interactions in Intermarium, the authors advance an alternative structure-focused model of the Baltic-Pontic ...
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Territorial-political and regional geopolitical systems: correlation of concepts
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Social attitudes as a factor of delinquent behaviour in the underage
... increase in the number of negative descriptors when speaking of her is correlated with growing negativisation of all social relationships of a personality. It is stressed that parent-child relationships characterised by inconsis-tence and propensity to conflict contribute to the development of aggression in a child as a means to resolve interpersonal conflicts.
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The linguistic-pragmatic features of the realization of speech acts of threat in the political discourses of Germany and Spain
... and its linguistic markers. Threats are frequently used in contemporary political discourse, which is governed by norms and conventions. The radicalization of communication is a result of social and economic problems as well as geopolitical conflicts. This paper analyses what forms the speech act of threat can take in the political discourses of two European countries: Germany and Spain. It attempts to identify similarities and structural differences in the realization of speech ...
Household management as seen by the federal military personnel during the American Civil War
The problem of the American Civil War participants’ place in family relations is frequently raised by scholars specializing in the cultural and social history of the conflict. Despite this fact, the dynamics of economic relationships between the Federal servicemen on the front and their relatives lacks proper attention. This article aims to define the types of the Union troops’ participation in the household ...
Twin cities: a new form of cross-border cooperation in the Baltic Sea Region?
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The transfer of the ownership of the objects of cultural heritage of the Kaliningrad region to the Russian Orthodox Church: the social and cultural aspects of the conflict
This article focuses on the factors having influenced the formation of the conscious attitude to the past of the Kaliningrad region in the local residents. The author shows that a special regional identity, which developed in the interaction with the unique cultural environment, requires a public discussion as decisions concerning the transfer of the ownership of cultural and historical objects to a religious organisation are made.
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The Vilnius issue in international relations: the historiography of the problem
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Security in the Baltic region as a Projection of Global Confrontation between Russia and the USA
... American elite has been divided along ideological lines into adherents of the chaos theory and traditionalists thinking in terms of sharing control with the other centres of global power. The US strategy in the Baltic region does not seek an open military conflict with Russia. On the contrary, the US strives to preserve the current level of confrontation between Russia and the EU, convincing the latter of the reality of the Russian threat. Countries that traditionally support confrontation with Russia,...
Christian foundations of F. I. Tyutchev’s oeuvre
... panthesist, Schellingian, etc. Poems, articles, and letters are used to emphasise the Christian foundations of his oeuvre, which focuses on the anthropological problem of the ‘mystery of the human being’. The vicissitudes of human spirit, the dramatic conflict between two major metaphysical principles of anthropocentric free will and veneration of god – these and similar issue comprise the world-view foundation of the physiophilosophical and love poems and philosophical historical and political reflections ...