Vol 22, No 4 (2016)

Full Issue

Articles
PARTICIPATION OF PROVINCIAL PUBLIC AND ADMINISTRATION IN THE ALL-RUSSIAN MOVEMENT FOR OPENING SUNDAY SCHOOLS (1859–1862): FROM THE HISTORY OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN RUSSIA
Artamonova L.M.
Abstract

On the basis of archival materials and published sources the

analysis of the causes and development of activity of Sunday schools

as a form of Russian public education in the mid-nineteenth century

is presented in the article. Their opening became the result of the

interaction of the grass-roots social movement with the administration

and the local self-government. This can be considered as the evidence

of processes in Russia which led to the formation of the civil society.

The Sunday school in the Samara province promoted the development

of literacy and culture for inhabitants. Closing Sunday schools in

1862 revealed the differences between the authorities and the public

in the approaches to the future development of the country.

 

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2016;22(4):9-17
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REFORMING THE STRUCTURES OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN 1917
Kabytova N.N.
Abstract

In the article the first stage of reorganization of local government

in conditions of revolutionary changes of 1917 is considered.

Primary democratization of City Councils, provincial and district

zemstvoes was carried out under control of public executive

committees with involvement of councils of working, military,

country deputies.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2016;22(4):18-27
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WOMEN AS SOCIAL AND BIOLOGICAL CREATURES IN THE EARLY SOVIET ERA OF 1920-IES
Kobozeva Z.M., Skachkova U.O.
Abstract

This article is dedicated to the everyday life of women in 1920-ies.

The aspect that deals with the anthropology of women’s life, obstetrics,

abortion and gender roles in new political conditions of the Soviet era

will be explored. It is shown, how medicalization, being the part of

government policy, changed women’s everyday life, formed the ideological

discourse, subordinating biological being to the social one.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2016;22(4):28-33
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ETHNO-ETIQUETTE OF BASHKIR IN THE EPOS «KONGUR-BUGA»
Bayazitova R.R.
Abstract

There are unique pieces of literature in the Bashkir folklore

which contain valuable information about the ethnic stereotypes

of behavior. The problem of learning the Bashkirs epic heritage to

identify etiquette information remains topical because it is littlestudied.

Also it is important to build a holistic picture of ethnoetiquette.

The purpose of the article is to analyse the epic tales «KongurBuga»

to identify features of Bashkirs ethno-etiquette presented in

an oral tradition. We solved the following tasks to achieve this

goal: etiquette situation was analyzed in the epos «Kongur-Buga»;

semiotic meaning of certain etiquette attributes was identified. An

integrated approach, involving the analysis of historical, philosophical

and ethnographic works and folklore texts, allowed to learn in a

flexible manner individual etiquette situations.

To sum up, the epos «Kongur-Buga» contains valuable knowledge

of the people, some information about the material, spiritual and

behavioral culture of the Bashkirs ethnic history. In the epos we

can see the cult of ancestors, cosmological and cosmogonic

representations, family etiquette, hospitality custom, veneration of

animals and nature in general.

 

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2016;22(4):34-40
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IMAGE OF ADVERSARY IN 1989–1992 TRANSNISTRIAN CONFLICT: A VIEW FROM MOLDOVA
Medinets M.Y.
Abstract

The article is dedicated to the problem of images and stereotypes

typical for portrayal of population, administrative, and military

structures of the unrecognized Transnistria. The problem put is

what qualities current Moldovan authors consider the most peculiar

for the population of Transnistria and how these stereotypes reflect

notions of the nature of that conflict. Opinion journalism, memoirs,

textbooks and fiction have been used as the sources by the author.

From the author's point of view, cliches describing «the enemy»

that are widespread in the Republic of Moldova serve as a tool to

confirm artificial character of Transnistrian Moldovan Republic,

unlike Moldova claimed to possess «historical rights» to that

territory.

 

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2016;22(4):41-46
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ROLE OF PRACTICE IN THE SYSTEM OF TRAINING SPECIALISTS IN THE SOCIAL SPHERE (UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL)
Kurilenko L.V.
Abstract

The article deals with the issue of training for social workers,

in particular for social support of population at the undergraduate

level. The model of training system of social support for the

population is presented and the role of practice in the formation

of readiness of a specialist for his participation in solving difficult

situations for the population is analyzed.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2016;22(4):47-52
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TENDENCIES OF PROFESSIONAL TRAINING IN THE UNIVERSITY OF FUTURE BACHELORS OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Podnebesova M.I.
Abstract

In the article the current state of mechanical engineering and

tendency of its development is analyzed. Tendencies of professional

training in the university of future bachelors of mechanical

engineering on the basis of analysis of researches which were

conducted earlier are considered. The author notes problems of

professional training of bachelors of mechanical engineering in

view of tendencies of development of mechanical engineering and

ways of their solution are proposed.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2016;22(4):53-60
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SOCIAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL MOBILITY OF SPECIALISTS OF EDUCATIONAL PERIPHERAL STAFF OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
Sanko A.M.
Abstract

In the given article the change of the content of professional

activity of specialists of educational peripheral staff of educational

institutions in conditions of modernization of higher education is

viewed. The content and essence of social and technological mobility

of specialists of educational peripheral staff of educational institutions

and difficulties appearing at the rearrangement from one activity

(communication) to another (work with software programs and

services) is described.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2016;22(4):61-66
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FORMATION OF LINGUISTIC IDENTITY BY MEANS OF A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Khramtsova A.B.
Abstract

The problem of student's language training is considered within

the communicative education focused on the increase of the level of

linguistic competence of students-future professionals. It is claimed

that in the activity of a foreign language teacher methodical function

begins to dominate: organization of conditions for the formation of

readiness to the solution of professional tasks by means of a foreign

language. Special attention is paid to the methodological procedures

represented by a set of approaches: competence-based, communicative,

contextual, culture-through-language.

 

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2016;22(4):67-71
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«JUBILE» LANGUAGE CLICHES ABOUT PUSHKIN, OR A POET IN THE SERVICE OF THE STATE
Karpenko G.Y., Karpenko L.B.
Abstract

The article is devoted to the «anniversary» publications about

A.S. Pushkin, to the process of formation of official myth about

him, it shows how life and works of Pushkin turned into «ideological

weapon» of the Soviet era, becoming the highest value for which

was to live and sacrifice themselves. The work reveals the absolute

dependency of statements about Pushkin from the dominant ideologies

of the time: not only did they rise to the corresponding language

cliches and evaluation, but «built» repressive oriented cultural policy.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2016;22(4):72-79
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ON ONE«MISTAKE» OFTHE NOBELCOMMITTEE (VENEDIKTEROFEEVABOUTJOSEPH BRODSKY)
Perepelkin M.A.
Abstract

The article analyzes the note by Venedikt Erofeev about

J. Brodsky, written in connection with the award of the Nobel

prize. The analysis brings to the understanding of common and

different aesthetic positions of the two outstanding artists of the

second half of the XX century.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2016;22(4):80-83
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TRADITION OF N.S. LESKOV IN THE CREATIVE WORK OF YU.I. NAGIBIN
Pakhtusova V.N.
Abstract

The article explores the relationship between Leskov’s and

Nagibin’s works. The main goal is to establish the degree to which

Nagibin has borrowed from Leskov, to investigate the parallels between

Leskov and Nagibin. It is proved that Nagibin’s works are greatly

influenced by Leskov’s artistic achievements. The works of two

authors are analyzed in terms of genre, which helps to reveal both

differences and similarities between the works of the two authors. It

is demonstrated that in one work of Nagibin there are observed

different genre traditions connected with several works of Leskov.

 

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2016;22(4):84-91
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ELABORATION OF LINGUISTIC METHODS OF DISCOURSE ANALYSIS ON THE EXAMPLE OF GERMAN DISCOURSE «BEWERBUNG»
Golubkova I.V.
Abstract

The article discusses methods of discourse analysis of current

interest in linguistics. On the example of analytical description of a

German cultural-specific discourse about applications writing and

participation in competition (Bewerbung) the process of elaborating

of particular linguistically-oriented methods of discourse analysis of

concrete discourse, what dependence directly on social, cultural,

time, material and communicative features of the analyzed discourse

is highlighted.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2016;22(4):92-99
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DISCOURSE ANALYSIS OF AMERICAN FINE ARTS PRODUCTS IN TERMS OF THEIR TITLES
Kuznetsova L.V.
Abstract

The variability of discursive practices based on the titles of

American fine arts products is described in the article. In modern

Russian linguistics, discourse is analyzed as the unity of the text

and the context in terms of their socio-cultural and linguistic

components. From the interpretation of «discourse», it may be

concluded that the titles of fine arts products cover a lot of specific

properties and features of the discursive space. The titles of the

pictures under analysis are associated with the topic of childhood.

The topic of childhood is rather multifolded so the results of the

research in the present article are limited to the description of the

subgroup including the names of animals since the animals

constitute an integral part of the childhood world – they help

children to explore the world and develop a sense of caring and

responsibility. The authors of the canvases apply the verbalized

versions of the constituents forming the above mentioned nominative

paradigm to demonstrate the spiritual world of childhood in the

most vivid and colourful manner.

 

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2016;22(4):100-104
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PROBLEM OF THE LEVELS OF LANGUAGE HIERACHY
Doladova O.V.
Abstract

The article concentrates on the language levels problem which

is a far cry from being finally solved. Some mute points are

considered. Existence of transient forms and hybrid units is proved.

Fuzziness of inter-level borderlines is demonstrated. The author

puts forward a hypothesis of multidimensionality rather than

bidimendionality of linguistic space. The research is primarily

based on the English language material.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2016;22(4):105-112
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MUSIC CRITIC AS A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE DISCOURSE EXPERT COMMUNITY
Shevchenko N.L.
Abstract

A number of discourse expert community characteristics is revealed in the article. The problem of music realm representation from the point of view of music critic as a discursive identity is considered as exemplified in BBC Music Magazine.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2016;22(4):113-118
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