Genre specificity of V. Maksimov’s novel “Farewell from Nowhere”: to the problem of spiritual tradition
... 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 inclusion of genre forms inherent in the novel of the twentieth century.
Dorofeeva L. G.
Vladimir Maksimov, novel, spiritual tradition, genre, autobiography, self-confession, character typology, axiology
The formation of a multicultural educational environ-ment in primary school: Experience and prospects
This paper considers the problem of multicultural education development in primary school. The authors justify the idea that multicultural education begins with the national traditions of a family. The article identifies and describes the key goals, means, and forms of multicultural education in primary school. The practical results of multicultural education introduced at Kaliningrad school No 53 are summarised. Perspectives ...
The Anglo-Saxon traditions in the educational system: educa-tion as a commercial enterprise
... Measurement of productivity in Higher Education: Panel on Higher Education Productivity, Conceptual Framework and Data Needs. National Research Council (U. S.) / T. A. Sullivan, Ch. Mackie, W. F. Massy, and E. Sinha (ed.). Washington, 2012.
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Anglo-Saxon traditions, education, commercial enterprise, history of education, Russia, USA
The concepts of citizenship and estate in Russian history — continuity and / or intermittence
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citizenship, estate, modes of citizenship, tradition of citizenship, “lishentsy”, “enemy of the people”, “enemy of the working class”, the Soviet estates
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“Ancient history” course as basis for acquisition of basic cultural, historic, moral and spiritual traditions of one’s country
The article reveals the potential of the “Ancient History” academic course in getting acquainted with national history and culture that originated in biblical tradition. The author justifies the necessity of studying biblical history, using the results of harmonization of the Bible and contemporary scientific research.The Bible is considered as an important historical source.
Key conceptual trends in the study of nationalism
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The image of a doll in Latvian and Russian traditional folklore texts: the aspect of ritual practices
This article offers a comparative analysis of the image of a doll in the Russian and Latvian folklore traditions and examines the dialogue between the national cultures. The author emphasise the presence of the image in Russian and Latvian folklore texts and compares its functional features. The major difference in representing the image of a doll in the aspect of Russian-Latvian connections is that,...
On the problem of cultural reference of proverbs (the Russian proverbs with images of clothing)
... author's narrative litaraty text]. Moscow.
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Chinese view on modern Russian literature in the context of tradition and modernity
Through analysing the mechanisms of reception of modern Russian literature in Chinese literary criticism, the author shows that a Chinese reader has a predisposition to understand texts in the context of the urgent national problem of preserving traditions. This predisposition affects the interpretation and perception of new rustic prose, female prose, and postmodernist literature. The study’s methodological framework combines the principles of comparative literary studies, communication theory,...
The Role of Political Elites in the Development of Politics of Memory in the Baltic States
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Russian Population Ethnic Structure: Trends and Transformations
... 2002 and 2010, the article analyzes the evolution of the ethnic structure of the population of the post-Soviet Russia from the territorial perspective. The stability of the ethnic structure of the “Russian mega nucleus” and indigenization of the national regions are considered in view of the differences in migration trends during the two inter-census periods and the socioeconomic situation in the regions. The urbanization rate of major ethnic groups is an indirect indicator of the prospects of traditional “primordial” ethnic identities in different ethnic groups. Special attention is paid to new trends — an increase in the number of people refraining from answering the question about their ethnic identity or giving an unclear answer. ...
The concept of “network” in the system of basic concepts of regional economic geography
... А. I., Shuvalov, V. Е. (eds.), Social'no-jekonomicheskaja geografija: tradicii i sovremennost' [Socio-economic geography: tradition and modernity], Moscow — Smolensk, 347 p.
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The concept of the European Union’s normative power
Traditionally, studies into a state’s foreign policy focus on the international situation and national interests of the parties. However, such approach does not completely conform to the objectives of studies into the foreign policy of the European Union – an example of unique integration of states. One of the modern approaches aimed to describe ...
Linguocultural Transfer: Memplexes in the Anglo-Saxon Tradition
... designation of animals from the Old English bestiary are quoted as cases of reinterpreting the values of one culture in the tradition of another.
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Security in the Baltic region as a Projection of Global Confrontation between Russia and the USA
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The Riddle as an Object of Linguistic Research
The article considers the riddle as an object of linguistic research. Today, studying riddles remains relevant, since they have not been examined from the perspective of cultural linguistics. The cultural meanings preserved in traditional riddles across nations have not been identified and described. However, filling this gap requires an analysis of the most prominent research works I the field. The most fundamental works on the structure, semantics, and pragmatics of riddles are considered in this article....
Modern Lithuanian foreign policy: the adjustment of traditional policy
... analysis of the relations between the Republic of Lithuania and the neighbouring states and its principal partners. Alongside traditional methods of historical research, this work employs such methods as participant observation, content and event analysis,... ... available at: http://viluckas.lt/lietuvos-uzsienio-politika-ir-pereinamasis-laikotarpis/(accessed 12 June 2011).
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Countries of the Baltic Region in the Global Culinary Space
Globalisation is creating a global culinary space where culinary traditions of different countries interact and compete. The author sets out to explore characteristic features of the culinary ... ... Baltic States as part of the global culinary space. The author uses empirical data on the number of restaurants serving different national cuisines in the main cities of the region. The Baltic culinary space incorporates the world’s leading cuisines (Italian,...
The cathedral and the icon in the literary world of V. Shukshin’s short stories
... cathedral and the icon in the lives of V. Shukshin’s characters: the author shows the most important features of the Russian national character of the second half of the 20th century, as well as the peculiarities of the axiological system characteristic ... ... identifies typological features of the characters according to their attitude to the society and nature. The article shows how the tradition of Russian classical literature with its focus on the spiritual development of a person is followed.
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The development of international contact culture as a value aspect of educational reality
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Development of the Olympic movement in the early 20th century in Germany
... policy in the field of physical education and sport. This is accounted for by athletic achievements becoming an integral part of national prestige.
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Desertion as a Social Phenomenon of Late European Modernity, 1871-1918
... conclusion that changes in the manning system of European armies during the 19th century were one of the most important components of traditional society’s transformation and a vital source of new social practices.
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On the role of religion in N. N. Alekseev’s axiological model of law
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Transboundary Clusters in the Coastal Zones of the European Part of Russia: Inventory, Typology, Factors, and Prospects
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Russian neo-Kantianism: history and characteristics of its development
... neo-Kantianism is marked with originality, which was due to the cultural and historical peculiarities of the formation of the national philosophical thought. The stages and specific character of the development of Russian neo-Kantianism are considered ... ... Idealismus in der Philosophie // Humanitario fakulteto raštai. Kaunas, 1925. Kn. 1.
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Russian soft power in the Baltic States through the lens of research: traditions, competition, confrontation
... between Russia and the three states in media, education, and culture. Each Baltic country has built a system of political and legal restrictions to diminish the effect of Russian soft power, which is considered in terms of hard power, i.e. as a threat to national security. The current forms of Russian soft power are becoming less productive in the region and their use in the negative political context of bilateral relations has the opposite effect for Russia – the country loses in reputation and image....
Cultural Islam in Northern Europe
... practical significance since they help to evaluate the most promising forms of cooperation within regional collaborations and national programmes for international partnership. The forces promoting the cultural Islam project position it as an antidote ... ... collective consciousness and whether it meets the following requirements: 1) satisfying the essential need for preserving the tradition and 2) ensuring flexible adaptation to a foreign cultural context. Our analysis of the data obtained has led us to conclude ...
The traditions of Russian and European perception of the state frontier in the conditions of transborder regional cooperation
... regional integration processes. The authors examine the role of trans-border relations between Russia and the European Union in promoting mutually beneficial strategic cooperation in the Baltic Sea region. Historical experience, geopolitical position, national psychology and some other factors shape common perceptions of the state frontier in mass consciousness, which can vary from country to country. The state frontier is a key imperative of trans-border regional cooperation. The trans-border relations ...
Border functions as a factor of development of border regions and the formation of cross-border regions
... branch of science on borders, "limology" (Latin: limes — Border). For the geographical sciences border is also a traditional subject of study, where the interest focuses on its impact on the geographical objects (border regions) and the functions ... ...
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Integration of Ethnic Groups and Regions into United Political and Legal Space: Characterising ‘Empire’ Scientific Category
... «empire» category is determined in legal science by historical and political characteristics and based on multi-structural public traditions. Imperial administration strengthens the asymmetrical status of ethnic groups and regions in their relation to the ... ... / пер. с англ. А.
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... reached the point of bifurcation. The region may become another new source of instability in Europe. Intermarium projects — a traditional object of research – have to be re-evaluated in the new political and eco¬nomic conditions. This article is a step ... ... at the crossroads], Rossija v global'noj politike [Russia in Global Affairs], no. 1.
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The concept “people” in the modern European political thought: Hobbes, Spinoza, Pufendorf
... Benedict Spinoza. The political thought of Europe in the 17th century demonstrates a conscious turn from the medieval scholastic tradition of thinking about people and power. Politics begins to be thought of as a complex of human actions aimed at achieving ... ... to Hobbes : Studies in Rhetoric and Politics. Cambridge University Press.
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The subjects of legal monitoring of Justice of the Peace
... knowledge about the state and law of Central Asia. At the same time travelers’ notes presume the personalities of authors, their national and professional affiliation therefore their information must be verified by comparing with other sources.
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Kant on the rights of citizens in matters of religion: The concept of religious tolerance in the German Enlightenment
The universal public law is a section of Kant’s lectures on natural right, which he delivered in 1784. A traditional part of the then natural right compendia, it might seem strange to us today. Kant distinguished between three branches ... ... upholding peace and order in the state. This article is supplemented with a translation of a section of Kant’s lectures on national law.
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Emotional and receptive-axiological aspects of the speech act of threat in everyday conflict communication in Russian
... serve as a catalyst for imperative influence. The speech act of threat, being an element of conflict discourse, contradicts the traditional principles of productive communication and the legal norms of any developed state. In everyday communication, a ... ... Mezhdunar. nauch.-prakt. konf. [Achievements and prospects for the development of youth science: Proceedings of the International Scientific and Practical Conference]. Petrozavodsk. pp. 354—360 (in Russ.).
Issers, O. S., 2008. Kommunikativnye strategii ...
The Baltic Finnish Peoples Divided by State and Administrative Borders: Territorial Development of the Karelians, Vepsians, and Setos
... materialy ob okonchatel'nyh itogah Vserossijskoj perepisi naselenija 2010 goda [Information materials on the final results of the National Population Census 2010], 2010, available at: https://quigonjinn04.appspot.com/www.gks.ru/free_doc/new_site/perepis2010/perepis_itogi1612.... ...
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The significance of the critique of A. I. Vvedensky’s ‘new psychophysiological law’ for Russian philosophy
... need to create a coherent understanding of the world providing answers to all the phenomena of human existence, including those traditionally interpreted as objects of nonscientific knowledge. In the conclusion, the author focuses on the characteristics ... ... oduschevleniya [The limits and signs of animation], Zhurnal Ministerstva narodnogo prosveshcheniya [Journal of the Ministry of national education], vol. CCLXXXI, p. 73—112, St Petersburg.
8. Vvedensky, A. I. 2013, Psihologya bez vsyakoj metafiziki [The ...
The Development of Russian Social Geography: Challenges, Trends, Priorities
... discipline has demonstrated, the challenges it still has to overcome and the priorities it has yet to formulate. It is shown how the traditional dimensions of social geography (with their focus on humanities, culture, economics, geography or environment, respectively) ... ... (critical reflection of the crisis in geography)], Nauchnyj potencial otechestvennoj geografii [The scientific potential of the national geography], Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference, Maikop, p. 89—90.
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Socially efficient entry barriers?
... of competition incentives can be used to overcome the current negative economic tendencies. The lowering of entry barriers is traditionally considered a universal instrument of promoting competition. However, lower entry barriers can be mistakenly associated ... ... Mezhdunarodnaya torgovlya i razvitie konkurentsii na natsionalnyh tovarnyh rynkah [International trade and the promotion of competition on national product markets], Moscow, TEIS. (In Russ.)
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Reframing paroemias of the coronavirus discourse
... Journal of Linguistics], Vol. 23, No 3, рр. 731—748 (in Russ.).
Mironova, G., Kupcevich, E., 2007. Paremiya fund of the national language as a reflection of crisis phenomena in society. Parémie narodû slovanskych [Paremia of the Slavic peoples],... ... problem. K 80-letiyu so dnya rozhdeniya professora V. M. Mokiyenko. Sbornik nauchnykh statey [Slavic phraseology and paremiology. Traditional and innovative solutions to problems. On the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the birth of Professor V. M. Mokienko....
Current Geodemographic Problems in the European Union and Migration Crisis of the 2010s
... EU region. The authors analyse major irregular migration routes and show that their use cannot be always explained by using traditional demographic approaches. There is also a difference in the proportion of migrants by country, although settlement ... ... insignificant (Turks in Germany). The demographic mosaic of the European Union is becoming increasingly fragmented, which makes any national level demographic forecasts inconsequential. However, community-level forecasts are possible and necessary. All this ...
The Name of Prophet Abraham in the Old Russian Literature of XI—XIII centuries
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Bibliya, sirech' knigi svyashchennogo pisaniya Vetkhogo ... ... and Truth through Jesus Christ revealed, and as the Law departed, but Grace and Truth filled the whole earth, and faith in all nations spread, and reached our Russian people. And praise our prince Vladimir, whom we were baptized. And prayer to God from ...
Modern understanding of ‘geoeconomic position’ and the Saint Petersburg agglomeration
... of the Russian economic space — ‘Russia of the physical space’ and ‘the economic space of Russia’. The study uses traditional methodology of economic geography (the territorial, cluster, and spatial approaches) and the geoeconomic approach ... ... [Development of transport infrastructure — the mechanism of reconstruction of economic space on the example of the Northwest: national and international accents], Jekonomika i predprinimatel'stvo
[Economy and business], no. 7 (36), p. 183—187.
Media images of the Kaliningrad region in the structure of migration attitudes of millennials and the reform generation
... Kaliningrad affect the decision to move. The research draws on Radaev’s concept of generations. It uses 2014—2018 regional and national publications about the Kaliningrad region (N=1913) and semi-structured interviews with informants (N=44). The research ... ... Magadan region, Sotsiologicheskie issledovaniya [Sociological research], no. 9, p. 80—85 (in Russ.).
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The text in the context of the Tartu Semiotic School: problems and prospects
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Innovations in the Baltic Sea Region and Network Cooperation between Russia and the EU
... Baltic Sea region. Russia lags behind the Nordic countries and Germany as far as innovative development is concerned; yet our national pace here is comparable to that of Poland and the three Baltic States. At the same time, the features of innovative cooperation ... ... cooperation is beneficial for all parties concerned and should therefore be more actively encouraged. Northwestern Federal District traditionally plays a special role in the development of EU-Russia cooperation, since a number of its regions border on the EU ...
The moving boundaries of news translation
... so, what do we analyze and compare? Can we call these practices ‘translation’? How do we integrate multimodality into our traditionally textual analyses? This article formulates tentative answers based onrecent publications in the field. It calls for ... ... Interlanguage Communication.
Cadwell, P., 2015. Translation and Trust: A Case Study of How Translation Was Experienced by Foreign Nationals Resident in Japan for the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake. Ph. D. School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies,...
Studies into the history of Russian Neo-Kantianism in Poland
... fienomienologii nacii. F. А. Stepun ob osobennostiah russkoj kultury [From metaphysics to the phenomenology of the landscape of the nation. F. A. Stepun about the peculiarities of Russian culture] // Fedor Avgustovich Stepun / pod red. V. K. Kantora [Fyodor ... ... Niemczech i Rosji (10—11 stycznia 2012, Krakow, Uniwersytet Jagiellonski). Sprawozdanie z konferencji [„The new ontologies”. Tradition of post-neo-Kantianism in Germany and Russia (10—11 January 2012, Cracow, Jagiellonian University). Conference report] ...