Managerial competencies required: a comparative analysis of Moscow and the Kaliningrad region
In a post-industrial society, social processes are dynamic, complex, and diverse. Social interaction management is turning into a competency in its own right. This competency is shaped by many factors, which are affected by the institutional setup as well as the individual features and localisation of the subject and object of management. Investigating and developing the managerial ...
The theoretical framework a teacher’s cross-cultural compe-tence: International practice
... competence is an integral part of the professional educational activity. Further, the author emphasises the need to consider cross-cultural competences with the help of models and attempts to create a model of the development of a teacher’s cross-cultural competence
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Social Facilitation: the Kaliningrad Region and Russian Mainland Regions
The authors look at the concept of social facilitation as a possible component of Russian social consolidation in the course of social reforms. The article focuses on the results of an empirical study of the levels and characteristics of competence in social facilitation, which is here understood as the ability to apply certain knowledge and systems of skills and as a success rate of actions based on experience in improving the conditions of social development. The study was conducted in the Kaliningrad ...
Social competence as an indicator of training quality in rural schoolchildren
This article considers the connection between social competence and a phenomenon determining its formation, namely, socialization. The author de-scribes the features of social environment, within which the socialization of rural schoolchildren takes place, and demonstrates the influence of rural socialization ...
Age-related dynamics of competence formation in social work
The article analyses the formation of social competences in the field of education and social work in Kaliningrad. The author identifies performance indicators according to age and the dynamics of competence formation in representatives of three age groups. The three age groups analyzed demonstrate ...
The competence approach to the preparation of a prospective chemistry teacher for the provision of ecological education at school
In the present research, the components of readiness making the maintenance of professional competence of the future teachers of chemistry in the field of ecological education is defined: is complete-semantic, as comprehension of unity of the purposes of ecological and chemical education; is substantial-remedial; motivationstrong-willed; socially moral. Based on the analysis of complete system of training of students of a specialty «Chemistry» the description of pedagogical conditions of education of the presented components is give.
On combining translator training with foreign language teaching
... Aejmelaeus and P. Pahta, eds. Translation — Interpretation — Meaning Studies across Disciplines in the Humanities and Social Sciences 7. Helsinki: Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies. pp. 157—167.
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translator training (TT), foreign language teaching (FLT), translation, trainer, trainee, exercise, competence
Competence in social assistance: analysis of the expectations of young people
... describes the results of empirical research of the system of ex-pectations that are associated with a person having a high level of competence in the prosocial cooperation. The method of structured interview followed by a content analysis of the 5 categories ... ... preparedness for prosocial activity. The study presents the elements of technology aimed at expectations formation by enhancing global social identity, the prediction of personal and social development.
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The social and pedagogical determinants of inclusive education: A comparative analysis of Western and Russian ideas
20. Smith T. E. Teaching students with special needs in inclusive settings. Boston, 2008.
inclusive education, non-typical child, socio-pedagogical determinant, socialization, adaptation, educational environment, academic competence, social competence
The development of positive self-relation by means of eurhythmics
... psychological management by means of eurhythmics. The comparative analysis of the results of eurhythmics application proves that this method is effective in the development of positive self-relation, in particular, selfconfidence, social boldness, initiative in social contacts, time competence, autonomy, self-respect, self-acceptance, and the decrease in hostility level.
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Similarities and differences in curricula of a bachelor’s degree in oceanology at the universities in St Petersburg, Klaipeda, and Kaliningrad
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bachelors in oceanology, curriculum, competences, credits, compulsory and optional disciplines, expert evaluation, specialist training, sustainable regional development
Individual patterns of social contact network development in adolescents
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Corporate sport and its mission in the development of an international company
This article considers the problems of development of sports as a social phenomenon and a means of cross-cultural communication and international business development. The authors present data ... ... developed corporate sport model.
Koltan S., Koneeva E.
sport, corporate sport, cross-cultural communication, cross-cultural competences
Readiness for mediation among the students with the degree in Humanities: a structural-functional model
... in Russia, the United Kingdom and the USA. The researcher states the need for a humanist outlook and the ability to conduct social and humanitarian practices, crucial for the professional position of a mediator. According to the author, bachelors in ... ... advantage in the development of readiness for mediation. The author works out the model of readiness for mediation as a universal competence. The structure of this competence includes emotional-evaluative, conative, cognitive components and mediation practice....
Pedagogical competence of future doctors: the experience of applying adult patient education methods
... Вестник Российского государственного университета им. И. Канта. 2009.
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education methods, health.
The Institutional Architecture of Territorial Innovative Systems: Towards a Spatially Targeted Regional Policy
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Sociocultural factors of cross-cultural sensitivity in university students
... aspects: the size of the city or the type of the urban environment where students are study and live; the multicultural features of the environment – both of the city and the university; the capacity of the environment to create condi-tions for diverse social experience.
Special role in the development of intercultural sensitivity is played by the academic specialization: the humanities develop not only professional competence, focused on the other person but also personal qualities that con-tribute to sensitivity to cultural differences of others.
The results of the study show that the most important factors of intercul-tural sensitivity development are the academic ...
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 space of nine Baltic States as part of the global ... ... Everyday practices of eating, Sotsiologicheskie issledovaniya, no. 1, p. 95—104. (In Russ.)
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The problem of training specialists for work on improving relationships among older preschool children
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The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2010.
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The psychological potential of beach volley-ball players depending on their sport qualification
... Olympic sport. Current research and methodological literature focuses primarily on competitive activities, training, and physical competences. The authors de-scribe the psychological status of a beach volleyball player and present psy-chomotor indicators that ... ... players with different sport quali-fication is assessed; differences and similarities in the psychomotor character-istics and social status of athletes are identified.
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Personality in a multicultural world
The article considers problems faced by the individual as the bearer of social and cultural patterns. The article focusses on the issues of the conscious formation of tolerance and interconnections ... .... СПб., 2011.
personality, consciousness, identity, multicultural identity, tolerance, multicultural competence, understanding, stereotypes
Problems of preparedness of students’ parents for inclusive education
The preparedness of parents of children with and without special needs for inclusive education is problematized in view of the competence aspects of a teacher’s inclusive preparedness. The notion of co-preparedness of a diverse group of parents within ... ... Gliga F., Popa M. In Romania, parents of children with and without disabilities are in favor of inclusive education // Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences. 2010. Vol. 2. P. 4468—4474. URL: http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content (дата об¬ращения: ...
The psychological problems of development of professional culture of future lawyers in the context of its increasing quality
... образования ЮИ КГУ. Красноярск, 2005.
Sokolova Ye., Lukyanchenko N.
professional culture, lawyers, professional activity, profession,
ethical behavior, professionalism, personal and professional qualities, communicative competence, personal and professional settings, skills, personal and social
Sensitivity to cultural differences in students with different cross-cultural experience
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Billionaires and Millionaires of the Baltic Sea Region: A Comparative Analysis of National Business Elites
... Challenges and Opportunities in Our Borderless World, New Jersey, Pearson Education.
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Elitist reasons behind the German revolution of November 1918
... and the lack of unity among the German elite, on the other, were the major causes of the bankruptcy of the Kaiser’s Germany. Social and class conflicts within the German elite, in particular, the tensions between the German bourgeoisie and agrarians rendered ... ... discredited the German ruling elite in the eyes of the public, created an extremely negative image of the monarchy. Thus, the lack of competent managers and political leaders able to take responsibility and lead the country out of the crisis created a revolutionary ...
A level of being informed of population on questions of diabetes mellitus is basis of prophylaxis of disease
The aim of the study is to facilitate informationally the social and preventive programs aimed at preserving and improving the health of the population. The study involved 563 respondents,... ... survey participants differently assess their level of DM awareness. Specifically, 48.9 % of respondents consider themselves competent in DM, 44.4 % of respondents note lack of awareness, and 4.6 % of respondents do not have information regarding DM ...
On the problem of cultural reference of proverbs (the Russian proverbs with images of clothing)
... sotsial'noi antropologii [Culture and communication. The logic of the relationship of symbols: to the use of structural analysis in social anthropology]. Moscow.
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On the prospects of cooperation between Russian and Lithuanian innovative sectors
... sectors of the Republic of Lithuania — the closest neighbour of the Russian Federation in the North-West region. The analysis of competences of Lithuanian research and education sectors helped identify promising research and technology development areas in ... ...
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Country Competitiveness: an Empirical Study
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Ergonomics and the translation process
... Cognitive ergonomic issues in professional translation. In: J. W. Schwieter and A. Ferreira, eds. The Development of Translation Competence: Theories and Methodologies from Psycholinguistics and Cognitive Science. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars,... ... tools in a workplace setting. Translation Spaces, 6 (1), pp. 79—103.
Vink, P. and Kantola, J., 2011. Advances in Occupational, Social, and Organizational Ergonomics. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press.
translation process, ergonomics, professional translators,...