Mediation models in education
The article analyzes the possibility of using classical, transformative, narrative, ecosystem, facilitative and valuation models of mediation in terms of the educational institution, described the role of mediator teacher in each of the described models. The analysis of the application of these models in teaching shows considerable differences in goals and objectives of mediation,...
Readiness for mediation among the students with the degree in Humanities: a structural-functional model
The article analyzes the problem of determining readiness for mediation as a professional activity in the works of Russian and international researchers, in view of the growing popularity of this social and humanitarian practice both in Russia and all over the world. The author shows the differences in the interpretation ...
Forensic aspects of criminal process participants using mediation procedures: The role of the situational approach
This article stresses that the reconciliation of the parties in criminal proceedings with the participation of a mediator is an important mechanism of the institution of restorative justice. The author considers the forensic aspects of using mediation procedures, classifies subjects of mediation, and describes the role of the situational approach. Special attention ...
Professional function «The intercultural intermediary»: the status and the activity maintenance
The article provides a rationale of the expedience and necessity of the amplification of professional functions of social humanitarian sphere workers with the new function of the cross-cultural mediator. The cross-cultural mediator professiogram is revealed on the basis of the professiographic approach.
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Intercultural mediation in the context of globalization and migrant crisis
Modern society is predetermined with the policy of multiculturalism, which has proved its failure lately. The renewed demands for intercultural mediators require а need to evolve from mere tolerance to empathy in the process of communication with members of other cultures. A significant indicator of a new understanding of tolerance and adaptation to new conditions is mediation rather than the ...
The conceptual framework of teaching primary school children conflict resolution in the countries of European Union
... Journal for the Advancement of Councelling. 2007. 26 Apr. P. 13—17.
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An Answer to Critical Social Problems?
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Indirect translation: Main trends in practice and research
... The why questions looks into the motivations for ITr and into the historical neglect in the Translation Studies discipline. Finally, the how question considers selected details of ITr processes as well as the methods used in identifying most probable mediating texts and languages. The article ends with a brief consideration of prospects for research on ITr training. The what question concerns terminological and conceptual issues related to ITr and explores the relevance of systematic studies on ITr....
The apologia of reason in J. Chr. Gottsched’s classicistic system: On the 250th anniversary of the philosopher’s death
... reason, which leads to the loss of reality. The phenomenon of Gottsched is considered within the hermeneutic discourse of the so-called mystery of the German spirit. It is stressed that Gottsched was committed to a well-reasoned apologia of reason as a mediator between the reality and the spirit — a mediator that acts through the mystery of imagination and the psychology of unconscious interest. The authors examine relevant aspects of Gottsched’s rational aesthetics in his struggle against pre-Romanticism ...
The moving boundaries of news translation
... Translation. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars. pp. 178—197.
Valdeón, R.A., 2005. The CNNenespañol News. Perspectives: Studies in Translatology, 13(4), pp. 255—267. 10.1080/09076760608668996.
Valdeón, R.A., 2007. Ideological Independence or Negative Mediation: Bbc Mundo and Cnn En Español's (Translated) Reporting of Madrid's Terrorist Attacks. In: M. Salama-Carr, ed. Translating and Interpreting Conflict. Amsterdam: Rodopi. pp. 99—118.
Valdeón, R.A., 2015a. Fifteen Years of Journalistic Translation ...
To the study of cultural component of meaning in the context of cross-cultural dialogue
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The Neuchâtel Crisis of 1856—1857 and the British position
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8. Imlach A. G. Britain and Switzerland 1845—1860. A Study of Anglo-Swiss relations during some critical years for Swiss neutrality. L., 1966.
Neuchâtel, Prussian-Swiss relations, peace mediation of European countries, English diplomacy
Political elite networks in Latvia and their transformation in 1993-2014
... roles of key network actors and their changes over the study period are examined
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The heterogeneity of university website discourse
This article considers the discourse of university websites as a type of computer mediated communication. It is shown that university website discourse is of heterogeneous nature. The author analyses the interaction of educational, scientific, and advertising discourses. Special attention is paid to the employed communication strategies ...
Personal determinants of somatic reactions in adolescents
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On the Dual Role of the Translator of Poetry and the Division of Roles
This article deals with the roles and functions of a translator of poetry. The study identifies certain components of the process, within which a translator acts simultaneously as a transmitter of the original culture, a mediator between the reader and the author of the source text, a co-author, a linguistic innovator, a poet, and a linguist. The two latter roles are crucial for translating poetry. Translators of poetry create ‘their own’ texts. It is obvious that ...
Kant’s family ethics and philosophy of love. Part 2. Critique of Judgement
... encroachment of vital love, as the maxims of ‘barbarian taste’ are being overcome. Aesthetic love — which dwells in the element of sophisticated taste as a capacity to judge with pleasure in matters of beauty, free from any interest, and without the mediation of concepts — appears to be the paramount condition for the possibility of a relationship between the sexes that is ‘compatible with morality’. This is not a restricting, but rather a liberating and affirming kind of satisfaction. Only ...
The application of the Web 2.0 technology as a tool of developing informal media education
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The genetic patterns of severe therapeutically resistant asthma as shown by a transcriptomic study: An analysis of gene ontology and KEGG pathways
... Bonnans C., Chanez P., Meziane H. Glucocorticoid receptor-binding characteristics in severe asthma // Eur Respir J. 2003. № 21. P. 985—988.
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Factors of self-actualization of student youth in the context of cross-cultural interaction and the mastering of a macro-mediator language
... status of the language. The author revealed the correlation of the content of the examined aspects of self-actualization of respondents and their cultural and linguistic attitudes. The research demonstrated differences in the types of strategies for mediating cultural and linguistic environment. The identification of similarities / distinctions in the ways of self-actualization of the personality, most widespread in intercultural interaction, allows the author to forecast the pragmatics of the ...
Reminiscences of Russian culture in A. S. Byatt’s novel The Children’s Book
Having considered one of the interviews, given by A. S. Byatt, the author concludes that the writer’s attitude to Russia is largely mediated by the Russian literature from Dostoevsky and Tolstoy to Pelevin. The researcher brings forward the problem of mythologization and demythologization of the image of Russia, and stresses the fact, that the fictional (Tatarinov) and real (Stepnyak,...
Consilience or fragmentation in Translation Studies today?
... and Power. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, pp. 25—44.
Gambier, Y. and Munday, J., 2014. A conversation between Yves Gambier and Jeremy Munday about transcreation and the future of the professions. Cultus: the Intercultural Journal of Mediation and Communication, 7, pp. 20—36.
Gambier, Y. and van Doorslaer, L. (eds.), 2016. Border Crossings. Translation Studies and Other Disciplines. Amsterdam: Benjamins.
García, A. M., Mikulan Е., Ibáñez, А., 2016. A neuroscientific toolkit ...
The Vilnius issue in international relations: the historiography of the problem
... Polish general, L. Żeligowsky, and the international consequences of the violation of the Suwałki Agreement. The author pays special attention to the positions of western powers, the decision of the Conference of Ambassadors on March 15, 1923, and the mediation of the League of Nations in the territorial dispute between Lithuania and Poland. The article considers the existing historiographical concepts and evaluations of the role of the Soviet diplomacy in the Vilnius issue. The author identifies new ...
Digital World Communication аnd Translation
... and Localization Project Management. Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing.
Esser, A., Bernal-Merino, M. Á. and Smith, I. R. eds., 2016. Media Across Borders. Localizing TV, Film and Video Games. New York: Routledge.
Federici, F. M. ed., 2016. Mediating Emergencies and Conflicts. Frontline Translating and Interpreting. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
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Revolution. How the Infosphere is Reshaping Human Reality. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Folaron, D., 2006. A discipline ...
The Nature of Appearance in Kant’s Transcendentalism: A Seman- tico-Cognitive Analysis
... in itself) — appearance — representation.” Within this triad, on the one hand, appearance differs from both thing in itself (external to us) and the representation (within us). On the other hand, appearance as an object of empirical intuition mediates the objective thing and its subjective representation. The introduction of the concept of appearance allows Kant to solve the semantic problem of the conformity of the representation to the object. In this case, appearance is not an object, but ...
The Philosophy of Vasily Sesemann and Marburg Neo-Kantianism
... higher order. The concept of irration¬ality is defined by the Russian thinker through the inexhaustible set of problems ‘ensuring’ eternal and continuous progress of objective cognition. According to Sesemann, the opposite of a rational, conceptual, mediated element of cognition is an irrational, non-mediated component. The irrational factor of knowledge is the problems faced by human reason, as well as a condition for the progress of knowledge. The Russian philosopher strives to develop an original ...