Dynamics of motivation for learning in primary schools
The article analyses the distinctive features of the development of motivation for learning in primary schools. The empirical research reveals two groups of motives that comprise the motivation sphere of primary school students. The author detects motivation shifts in primary school and outlines the tendencies of motivation ...
The phased elements of the motivation process as a theoretical framework for the determination of students’ professional motivation ation
This article examines the motivation theories underlying the definition analysis. The problem of formulating the scientific notion of “students’ professional motivation” is presented with the help of the analysis of author’s definitions of students’ professional motivation....
The problem of developing the motivation for sports in teenagers
This article emphasises the need to study the motives behind adolescents taking up sport and identifies the reasons for regular training, possible
non-attendance of classes, and giving up sport, as well as the dominant motives for taking up sports in children training at Olympic reserve
Methodological approaches to studying the socio-psychological aspects of business activities
This article presents the results of research on motives for entrepreneur-ship. The author examines the psychological criteria for successful business, as well as the social and psychological factors whose influence increase the level of business activity. Special attention is paid to the psychological ...
Peculiarities of motivation for sports during initial sports training in youth sports schools
The article explores motivation for sports activity in teenagers during initial sports training. It is shown that positive emotions, deriving pleasure from sports is the prevailing motivation. The authors conclude that there is an insufficient degree of sports ambitions, ...
Development of motivation principles for entrepreneurship
The authors reveal major development trends of entrepreneurship theory giving details of motivation principles for entrepreneurial activity.
Русская цивилизация. СПб., 2006.
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Satisfaction of Polish Bank Employees with Incentive Systems: An Empirical Approach
... than their female counterparts. The discussion is supported by empirical research based on a sample of 1, 920 Polish bank employees. The article is divided into five sections. The introductory section is followed by Section Two, which reviews employee motivation and analyses the above thesis. Section Three describes data sources and research methods, and Section Four presents findings and conclusions.
1. Andrzejczak, A. (ed.) 2001, Ogólne zasady uczenia się i motywacji. In: Podstawy przygotowania ...
Grigory Landau: A twice forgotten philosopher
... Landau, a Russian philosopher abroad. The author identifies the grounds on which the philosopher distinguishes between philosophology and philosophy, as well as the correlation between the notions. The basic elements of the system developed – the motive of thinking and philosopheme — are identified and characterised. These elements are supertemporal, their interaction in the consciousness of a subject is instrumental in streamlining experience.
1. Алданов М. А., Мережковский ...
The ways to increase motivation for learning literary Russian language
This article describes the ways to generate motivation for learning literary Russian. Classical literary texts and works of Kaliningrad writers are considered as a means to develop the students’ emotional abilities and inspire respect for their future professions. It is stressed that introduction ...
Motivating students of secondary vocational educational institutions in the field of services to participate in sport
This article focuses on motivating students of secondary vocational edu-cation institutions in the field of services to participate in sport both as part of the curriculum and as an extracurricular activity. The author stresses the significance of physical education for the ...
The designing of professionally directed teaching materials in the course of “Foreign language” as pedagogical means of increasing motivation of future psychologists
Developing possibilities of the course «foreign language» in a context of the professional education of future psychologists are considered in the article. As pedagogical means of increasing motivation of future psychologists the designing of professionally directed teaching materials is proposed.
1. Зеер Э.
Ф., Павлова А.
М., Сыманюк Э.
Модернизация профессионального образования: ...
Motivations of Russian firms to invest abroad: how do sanctions affect Russia’s outward foreign direct investment?
In 2013, Russia’s outward foreign direct investment (OFDI) soared and the OFDI stock exceeded $ 500 billion. However, a year later, Russia’s OFDI dropped by nearly 15 per cent. Rapid upward and downward swings make it necessary to analyze the motivation of Russian firms to invest abroad as well as to assess the impact of sanctions on Russian OFDI. The author points out that a significant part of Russia’s outward FDI stock is accounted for by the operations of Russian corporations in their ...
The Russian language, dialogue of cultures, and F. M. Dostoyevsky
... – that interactions limited to a close circle of ‘us’ impoverishes one’s life and that many values cannot be divided into ‘ours’ and ‘theirs’. The article analyses the increasing interest in Russian culture in Lithuania, as well as the motivation for learning the Russian language, which can be explained by the desire to learn and understand Russian culture, read a book, watch a move or a play, feel a poem, etc. It is stated that a certain motivation for learning the Russian language ...
Information and need-related components of the development of motivation for adaptive sports in the disabled
The article focuses on the basic information and need-related components of the development of motivation for adaptive sports in the disabled. The article presents the results of research conducted among hearing impaired sportspeople from the three Russian regions in the framework of the tournament dedicated to the opening of the festival of the ...
The Role of the Sublime in Kant’s Religion: Moral Motivation and Empirical Possibility
... to the end goal of morality; 3) just as in the case of associative construction of empirical concepts, the sublime provides the prototype for association through which empirical acts are determined as moral ones; 4) the image of Christ also acts as motivator by encompassing said transparency and standard in the idea of moral perfection. These four points show that the image of Christ functions in a dual manner. Points 1) to 3) address Christ as a prototype/archetype (Urbild) — awakening and ...
Organizational support for the function-object approach to regional development in the systems of strategic management
... function-object approach to regional development in the system of strategic management. The author proposes a mechanism combining the principles of regulation and self-regulation on the basis of application of function-object modeling of regional growth and motivation to achieve regional goals.
1. Бильчак В. С. Приграничная экономика : монография. Калининград, 2001.
2. Ивченко В. В. Программно-стратегическое развитие ...
The functional approach to managing regional foreign economic activity
... of the transformation of functional approach when characterizing the multi-level system of functioning and
managing of foreign economic activity (FEA). The author describes the adjustment of traditional management functions (planning, organization, motivation and control) to current trends of FEA development through the example of the Kaliningrad region.
сайт Правительства Калининградской области.
Formation of Students’ Psychophysical Qualities
The article considers the psychophysical state and motivation for attendance at physical training classes of the students of Komsomolsk-on-Amur State Technical University. The author considers aikido as a method of psychophysical quality development, which contributes to the successful academic performance ...
Personalized learning in the information society
... of activity. It includes the scheme of the edu-cational process in high school. Authors focus on student's inherent special abilities as the dominant ones for the educational process. The paper describes in detail the issues of formation of learning motivation based on the personal characteristics of the individual learners.
1. Кондратенко А. Б. Проектирование образовательного процесса в информационном обществе // Вестник ...
Outside of all dimension: the motive complex of impersonality in Yegor Letov's poetics
The article explores the motive complex of impersonality in Yegor Letov's poetics as a unity of stable figurative series and typical strategies of poetic language. Confirmation-overcoming of the borders of I is an existential conflict, which is one of the most important constants ...
Feyerabend’s Natural Law Notes and their significance for Kant studies. Preface
... for the studies of Kant’s moral philosophy too, because of their closeness to the Foundations of Metaphysics of Morals, what can help us to understand some not clear aspects of Kant’s ethical thought. One of such questions is the question of moral motivation, and namely how we can not only know, what we have to do according to the moral law, but also actually want do it? As in his published writings Kant concludes in the Introduction of Natural Law Notes that human will itself can not be in complete ...
The teacher’s interest as a phenomenon and concept
This article stresses that the teacher’s interest as a phenomenon is a unity of both the objective, which - being the meaningful component – serves as the focus of attention, and the subjective, which reveals the teacher’s motives for ducation and training activities. As a concept, the teacher’s interest registers their attitude to the important as the objective; at the same time, attitude generates individual, selective, and conscious connections between the teacher ...
Is Spinoza’s Ethics Heteronomous in the Kantian Sense of the Term?
... move on to argue for the existence of conditions in Spinoza’s thought that make every heteronomous interpretation of his practical philosophy extremely unlikely. These are i) identification of moral value in the quality of an agent’s law-oriented motivation, ii) distinction between human nature as rational and affective, ascribing different sets of laws to each, iii) endowment of reason with moral content, iv) recognition of the non-subjective notion of goodness. Added to this is my discussion ...
Seme-symbol as a means of novel meaning formation in denominal verbs
... Corpora of media texts provide material for the analysis. The author explores patterns of novel meaning formation in denominal verbs. The proposed method is based on the notion of ‘seme-symbol’. The author reconstructions the semantic structure of motivating nouns and determines the role of different elements in the semantic structure of the verb. It is stressed that context contributes to the actualization or neutralization of particular semes, which leads to redistribution of elements in the ...
Economic Consciousness and the System of Values of Latvian University Graduates
... graduates’ personal capabilities; their interests, skills and qualifications, the extent of their reliance on their own initiative and resources, and their confidence about the future. The article defines the graduates’ economic interests forming motivations and approaches to practical economic behavior according to certain types of economic consciousness.
Г., Немцов А.
А., Кансузян Л.
Послевузовские ожидания ...
Motives behind breaking language norms in the English political discourse
This article considers motives behind the breaking of language norms in persuasion in the space of English political discourse. The study aims to determine the linguistic factors influencing the development of the semantic content of language anomalies and encouraging the ...
Social Facilitation: the Kaliningrad Region and Russian Mainland Regions
... study and attitudes towards it. The data is compared against the results of a similar study in two regions of central Russia with similar conditions. The results suggest a disharmonic and inconsistent structure of competence in social facilitation, low motivation for social
activity in youth, and a narrow range of ideas about possible areas of personal activities in the current conditions. Gender differences are identified in the level and structure of competence. The authors believe that certain ...
Kistyakovsky on the nature of law
... contribution of the Russian philosopher and theorist of law, neo-Kantian Kistyakovsky, to the understanding of the essence of law. He supported methodological pluralism and identified four theoretical and two practical concepts of law. The neo-Kantian motive in Kistyakovsky's theory manifested itself in the reference to the normative nature of legal rules and law in general and its independence of any external authorities or internal motivations of human behavior. According to Kistyakovsky, the rational ...
Kantian Motives in Neuroscience
Review: Valentin A. Bazhanov, Brain — Culture — Society: Kantian Programme in Cognitive Science. Moscow: Kanon+ ROOI “Reabilitatsiya”, 2019, 288 pp.
Bazhanov, V. A., 2019. Brain — Culture — Society: Kantian Programme in Cognitive Science. Moscow: Kanon+ ROOI “Reabilitatsiya”. (In Rus.)
Lorenz, K., 1982. Kant’s Doctrine of the a priori in the Light of Contemporary Biology. In: H. C. Plotkin, ed. 1982. Learning, Development, and Culture. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 121-143.
Andrei B. Makarov
“The Turn towards Ontology” in Russian Neo-Kantianism in the Late 1910s and Early 1920s (Lev Salagov and Nikolai Boldyrev)
... transpose epistemological problems to ontology, and to identify and bring closer together epistemology and ontology. Russian philosophers ontologise the theory of cognition through the analysis of subjectivity, the complete elimination of psychological motives and the separation of transcendentalism from transcendentism. These principles enable Salagov to ground a three-part structure of cognition (consciousness, being, committing to consciousness) and to assert that the main task of genuine epistemology ...
Russian-Estonian Economic and Investment Cooperation During the Crisis: Dynamics and Possibilities
... taking into consideration the balance between political and economic factors in the decision-making by Estonian government. A number of special aspects, trends and problems in trade and investment ties are detected. The aim of the study is to uncover key motivation behind the actions of both Russia and Estonia, to identify the drivers for economic and political development in the region, and to work out recommendations to adjust them. The questions put forward by the authors of this article could not ...
A look in the past and the problems of modern mathematical education
... mathematical education in Russia in the 18th-19th centuries. The focal point is the significance of children’s physical activity for the development of spatial perception and mathematical thinking. The author makes recommendations on the development of motivation in schoolchildren for studying mathematics and the use of interdisciplinary approach to developing mathematical thinking and arousing interest in acquiring mathematical knowledge.
1. Юшкевич А. П. История математики ...
The teaching on postulates in Kant’s lectures on philosophical theory of religion
... Imperative. Zur Entwicklung von Kants praktischer Philosophie bis 1785. Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt, 1999.
23. Wimmer R. Kants kritische Religionsphilosophie. Berlin ; New York, 1990.
24. Zobrist M. Kants Lehre vom höchsten Gut und die Frage moralischer Motivation // Kant-Studien. 2008. Bd. 99.
postulates, practical reason, existence of god, immortality of soul, freedom, highest good, axiom, moral theology, belief, happiness, virtue, holiness
Kryshtop L. E.
God’s Law or Categorical Imperative: on Crusian Issues of Kantian Morality
... prescriptions that are binding only to a relative degree. This is very close to the Kantian distinction between hypothetical and categorical imperatives. Another salient feature of Crusius’ moral teaching is the stress laid on the sphere of internal motives. It is the inner motive that determines the morality of an act, rather than the external form of the act. These and some other features of Crusius’ ethics suggest a possible influence of Crusius on Kant. The possibility of such influence has ...
Was heißt Fortschritt im Wissen? Gnoseotopische Überlegungen zur Aufklärung und ihren Folgen
... philosophische Schriften . Aus den Jahrbüchern der Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin gesammelt. Leipzig. Reprint. Hildesheim.
Sulzer, J. G. 2004, Explanation of a Paradoxical Psychological Proposition: That We Sometimes Act not only without Motive or a Visible Cause, but even against Compelling Motives and Despite Fully Convincing Reasons. [Übers. von N. Rand], in: American Imago, vol. 61, no. 3, pp. 291—304.
Sulzer, J. G. 2014, Kurzer Begriff aller Wissenschaften. Erste (1745) und zweite ...
Indirect translation: Main trends in practice and research
... question relates to the spatial dimension of ITr as well as to the geographic spread of ITr research. The when question concerns the time coordinates of ITr practice as well as the diachronic evolution of ITr studies. 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 ...
Poetics of the genre of espionage dilogy by S. Pesetsky
... poetics of S. Pesetsky's novels "The Fifth Stage" and "Equal to The Gods of Night" the author disputes the traditional idea of them as belonging to the genre of adventure. The narrative structure of the works, their composition, motive system, the role of dreams, letters, included episodes are explored.
1. Гиппиус З. Дневники. Воспоминания. Мемуары. Минск, 2004.
2. Янушкевіч Я. «Дзе маскаль пануе, там наша ...
The methodological aspects of development of object-functional approach to the regional development management
... Ивченко В.
Система матричных моделей планирования и управления в рыбной промышленности СССР. М., 1976.
Shabalina Ye. I.
region, development, modelling, economic behaviour, motivation
Major infrastructure projects and the foreign policy of the Baltic states in 2010—2014
... set of research into the issues of post-Soviet economic and political development. The Baltic States follow their own political and economic ways. The study proves the hypothesis of low efficiency of large infrastructure project and their political motivation. It is concluded that the disregard of the factor of mutually beneficial economic cooperation with Russia destabilizes the development of national economic of the Baltic States. The author believes that modern infrastructure projects in the ...
Genre specificity of V. Maksimov’s novel “Farewell from Nowhere”: to the problem of spiritual tradition
... “confession-deed” (M. Bakhtin), embodied in the ancient Russian “Teachings” by Vladimir Monomakh. The type of hero-protagonist is determined by the spiritual movement he makes along the path of personal repentance and gaining inner freedom. The motive of farewell is combined in the novel with the form of confession and becomes an act on the part of the author. This characterizes the genre of the novel “Farewell from Nowhere” as connected with the national spiritual tradition and the organic ...
External studies: Status and prospects
... C. 13—16.
обучения в вечерней школе / под ред. С.
Г. Вершловского. М.: Гуманит. изд. центр ВЛАДОС, 2001.
Samsonova N., Morozova V.
external studies, motivation in external studies, self-education competence, a training intensification.
The cluster modelling of complex forecasting of economic and marketing processes
... информационно-аналитический сборник. М., 2003.
6. Портер М. Конкуренция / пер. с англ. М., 2000.
Levina R., Levin B., Chunina A., Khusainova N.
cluster, social cluster, competitiveness clsutering, market segment, consumer behavior, motives for behavior
Social representations of healthy eating: an empirical study
... a pilot study into the social representations of “healthy eating” among university students. The article analyses structural units of a social representation of “healthy and unhealthy food”, the opinions of young people about their own diet, motives behind choosing certain products, and the sources of information about them being good/bad for health.
1. Алимпиева А. В., Прасова Е. А. Самосохранительное поведение обучающихся: проблемные ...
Structure and dynamics of need reduction: a mathematical model
One of the features distinguishing human being from the outer world is the ability to set goals and motivation, which are closely connected with the processes of emergence and development of needs. On the basis of mathematical modelling, the author analyses the dynamics of development of need state for major types of needs.
‘Learned helplessness’ in older preschool children with arrested mental development
... development. The authors describe the testing of methods for studying a child’s behavior models and identify key characteristics of older preschool children with AMD, typical of learned helplessness. The features of emotional, cognitive, conative, and motivational deficiencies in preschool children with AMD are considered.
1. Батурин Н. А. Ситуативная и личностная беспомощность // 52-я научная конференция : матер. конф. преподавателей ...
The implementation of educational function of sports federations by means of pedagogical management
The article focuses on the educative function of a sports federation and the capacities of pedagogical management technologies in improving the motivation of teachers/coaches and their students.
Э., Филиппов С.
Правовая информация в управлении физкультурно-спортивными организациями: ...
The pedagogical prognosis of success on the basis of teenagers' personal characteristics analysis
This article analyses teenagers' personal characteristics that determine academic and social success as well as the ways to detect them in the process of education. The research encompasses motivation for success, the level of subjective control, self-esteem, self-awareness in educational process, autonomy/dependence and the level of anxiety.
Восприятие и понимание человека человеком....
Psychological and Pedagogical Provision of Variative Education routes in State Schools
... education routes implementation in state schools as an integrate model of educational space. The author presents the results of the introduction of four variative education routes: for advanced students, students with health problems, students with low motivation and learning problems, and for talented students.
Персонифицированное образование // Педагогика. 1998. №
2. С. 12—17.
Open and enclosed space in a romantic novel
... analysis of similar space images used by several authors shows how the tradition was reinterpreted at different stages of romantic thought. Stepping out into the open, which expresses liberation from limitations imposed on the individual, is one of the key motives in the novels of Jena period, while the Heidelberg novel stresses the positive value of “limits”.
1. Васкиневич А. И. Символ в творчестве гейдельбергских романтиков : автореф. дис....
The parable motives of “escape from freedom” in F. Kafka’s story ”In the penal colony” and F. M. Dostoevsky’s “The Grand Inquisitor”
The parabolic works of F. Kafka and F. Dostoevsky are compared in the ideational context of the 20th century philosophy in relation to different philosophical interpretations of sin and crime. The ideal world of these works is considered in the light of sociocultural experience of totalitarian system, its later analysis and overcoming. The author address the writers’ interest in the psychological determination of enslavement and the unconscious mechanism of rejecting freedom.
1. Достоевский Ф. М...