Youth unemployment in the Latgale region of Latvia: causes and consequences
Youth unemployment is a serious problem in Latvia, as unemployed young people make up 16.3 % of the total number of unemployed in the country, while in the Latgale region the number of unemployed young people aged 15—24 years was 18.8 % of the total number of unemployed in the country in 2015. The purpose of this study ...
Efficiency of a pedagogical model for preventing unemployment among Russian students: Analysis and data interpretation
This paper sets out to examine empirical implications of the multifunc-tional system applicability of unemployment preventionism among young people at colleges and universities in Russia. A statistical analysis of the data obtained proved the efficiency of experimental training contributing to the de-velopment of key professional activities in students based on the proposed model of a pedagogical ...
The significance of cross-cultural awareness among young people in their international daily life
This article examines the significance of cross-cultural awareness among young people in their international daily life. A thorough consideration of cross-cultural components provides a rationale of the expedience and the importance of cross-cultural competence for promoting a better professional development in the contemporary ...
German youth slang as a reflection of modern reality
In this article, I consider how the environment affects the functioning of youth slang. I aim to explore how elements of today’s world are reflected in the vocabulary of young people. The objects of my study are units of today’s German youth slang, particularly, those identified as the most popular by surveys of the German publishing company Langenscheidt. I consider the main periods in the formation of German youth slang ...
Interdepartmental collaboration for the prevention of drug addiction in young people: general conclusions and recommendations
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monitoring, drug abuse, interdepartmental interaction, drug addiction, young people, drug-related crimes, prevention
The Baltics and Russian North-West: the Core and the Periphery in the 2000s
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Competence in social assistance: analysis of the expectations of young people
... 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 revealed the expectations of young people which are part of the 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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Social assumptions about the future of participants of the World Youth Festival — 2017
... data describing gender-specific assumptions about the future. The analysis of international data made it possible to identify some culture-specific differences. In particular, there are significant differences in the assumptions about the future of young people belonging to different groups of countries and in those of men and women. Based on the research, the authors offer recommendations for young people how to plan their future.
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The contribution of TV commercials to the development of self-care behaviour in the youth
... youth. It is shown that the formation of relevant attitudes and the adoption of self-care behavior models is strongly affected by the contents of the TV media space.
Alimpieva A., Selivanova A.
self-care behavior, healthcare socialization of young people, TV commercials
Young ‘s body mass index and its im¬pact on the frequency and variability of the heart rhythm at quiet and after phy¬sical load
A medical examination on a selected group of young people demonstrated a negative correlation between the body mass index and the heart rate at rest, which disappeared after some physical activity. Physical activity was observed to change the heart rate variability under the influence of the changes ...
Age-related characteristics of English, American, and Russian compliments
... material demonstrates that compliments made by people with a mature age identity differ from those made by younger persons. Younger people are more prone to make compliments in informal communication than persons with mature age identity are. Compliments made ... ...?hash=1563faa5c9995a63c2&dl=cd7764d0c13f8e83b0
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compliment, age-related identity, mature age identity, young age identity, English culture, American culture, Russian culture
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The issues of the post-war demobilization of military officers (1945—1948)
... military impact on employment, attitude to studies, the state, creating an image of the desired future. It is shown that in terms of employment, returning officers had clear advantages being appointed to leadership positions in various institutions, young officers could return to universities and technical schools. The article emphasizes the difficult fate of those who were dismissed for injuries and disabilities, many of whom turned to begging. The influx of shell-shocked people greatly worsened the criminal situation in the country. The state devastated by the war was simply unable to socially provide for and employ such a large number of demobilized people in a single step. Gradually, over time, a significant part of ...
Billionaires and Millionaires of the Baltic Sea Region: A Comparative Analysis of National Business Elites
... engagement in industrial production and technology, and a weak tendency towards oligarchy. Yet, Germany has a small proportion of self-made and talented business people. The strong points of Russia’s business elite are considerable wealth, relatively young age, and a high proportion of self-made and talented business people. Russia’s business elite is limited in number, has weak roots in the society, a low level of female representation, its hyper-co
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Social representations of healthy eating: an empirical study
... The author reports the results of 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.
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The methodological problems of the formation of a ”new educational infrastructure” for labor training and education of young people. A comparative case of the National Championship of Professions and Entrepreneurial Ideas
The article examines the key methodological problems in the design of new educational infrastructure for labor training and education of youth in
the global economy. Through comparative historical and pedagogical approach, the author shows how to overcome the most difficult issues of developing the infrastructure components of a modern system of labor training and education of youth.
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Gradation levels of value conditionality in political participation
... value conditionality of political participation. On the basis of the subjective and objective nature of values, the level of normative ideals and that of individual priorities in the conditionality of civic activity and the political participation of young people have been singled out.
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The historical aspects and current issues of the development of Russian-Lithuanian economic relations
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Theoretical framework for studying the problem of loneliness and its connection to social networking
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Social study of psychoavtive substance abuse in the Baltic region state: The Russian component of the international study
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A level of being informed of population on questions of diabetes mellitus is basis of prophylaxis of disease
... according to the results of the sociological study the population of the Kaliningrad region needs more information on diabetes. Raising public awareness of diabetes risk factors and preventive measures, and especially giving this information to young people, is a necessary strategy aimed at preserving and improving the health of regional population.
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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
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Nuclear power in the Baltic Sea region: the history of emergence and the political and economic features of its development
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