Vol 23, No 1.1 (2017)

Articles

MILITARY MEN OF THE SOUTHERN MIDDLE VOLGA REGION IN THE MIDDLE OF THE XVII – BEGINNING OF THE XVIII CENTURIES: SOME RESULTS OF INVESTIGATIONS

Dubman E.L.

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The article summed up the study of formation militarized population of the Southern Middle Volga Region in the middle of the XVII – beginning of the XVIII century. Its leading role in ensuring the safety and colonization of new territories was revealed. The attraction of new sources of RGADA funds had a particular significance for the study. The features of formation and activities of different categories of service class people were shown. A holistic concept of development of the region as an intensively mined frontier area of the Southeast European part of Russia was offered. It is proved that for various in ethno-confessional and social plan paramilitary groups of population it was the process of «acquisition» of common homeland.

 

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2017;23(1.1):7-14
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ON IDEOLOGICAL FUNCTION OF THE «OPEN LETTER» OF THE SERGEANT V. ZORIN IN THE EVENTS OF THE STRELTSY UPRISING OF 1968

Zapletin V.V.

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In the article the issue on ideological function of «black petition to Peter the Great» by V. Zorin in the heart of events of the Streltsy Uprising of 1698 is investigated. The authors prove the hypothesis on the implement of the «black petition» to the publicistic genre form characteristic for the end of the XVII century of an «open letter», more often used during that period of the historical time in the capacity of an instrument of ideological fight for the depiction of the «ideological frames of mind» and open infusion of sociopolitical ideas to large mass audiences. Documentary facts and arguments confirming the intention of the sergeant V. Zorin to create «rebellious» manifesto as an ideological basis of the Streltsy opposition to the reforms of Peter the Great that put at threat narrow group interest of the Streltsy troops are presented.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2017;23(1.1):15-20
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PEDAGOGICAL AND SOCIAL WORK OF THE HISTORIAN S.P. MORAVSKIY

Zabugina E.I.

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This article is devoted to the key stages and results of the work of the Russian historian S.P. Moravskiy as a social worker and a teacher. The work of Moravskiy as a first headmaster of the gymnasium named after A.L. Kekin in Rostov the Great is highlighted in this article. S.P. Moravskiy as a professional educator, stood at the origins of creation of the Commission for the development of a new type of high school. The main result of the Commission’s work was establishing of the so-called “school of the 2nd step”, giving the chance to the proletariat children to study with the further opportunities to be accepted in the higher institutions. The historian was an active member of the Moscow pedagogical society at the Moscow University as well as the author of many articles about teaching methodology of history.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2017;23(1.1):21-25
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ACTIVITY OF ZEMSTVO SELF-GOVERNMENT OF THE UFA PROVINCE TO THOSE IN NEED DURING THE FIRST WORLD WAR

Shilova R.R.

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The article discusses some aspects of the activities of zemstvo self-government of the Ufa province during the First World War. During this difficult period, when the demand for public charitable assistance was very high, provincial zemstvos were rebuilding their work in several areas including assistance to the military department to supply the army with food and clothing, helping sick and wounded soldiers, providing, in various forms, of assistance to families of mobilized, invalids as a result of war, refugees, etc. On the basis of archival material, reports of zemstvo institutions, periodicals of the early XX century, modern studies, the experience of work in emergencies of the Zemstvo of one of the provinces of the country in providing assistance to different groups of the population affected by the war is shown.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2017;23(1.1):26-30
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«SPARE CAPITAL» DURING THE MOSCOW BATTLE DAYS (OCTOBER 1941 – APRIL 1942)

Paramonov V.N.

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The article is based on archival materials, some of which are introduced into scientific circulation for the first time, analyzes the validity of the use of the concept of "spare capital" in relation to the city of Kuibyshev of the war years, examines the problems associated with the evacuation of government agencies and the large migration of the USSR population to the city on the Volga, features of social sentiments of the population of “spare capitals” are revealed, factors influencing dynamics of sentiments are viewed.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2017;23(1.1):31-38
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METHODOLOGY OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE TRAINING IN AEROSPACE UNIVERSITIES

Anikeeva I.G., Ovsyannikova M.N.

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The article deals with the methodology of foreign language training in aerospace universities. The increased importance of professionally oriented language skills is stressed; approaches which constitute the methodological base of foreign language training are defined; the content, forms and methods of foreign language training of engineering students are considered.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2017;23(1.1):39-42
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ACTIVITIES OF VOLUNTEER CENTERS: STRUCTURAL-SEMIOTIC ANALYSIS OF SOCIAL ADVERTISING

Vandysheva L.V.

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This article justifies the role of volunteering in the socialization of modern youth. Social advertising is a very effective means of involving young people in volunteering. The author conducts a structural-semiotic analysis of the messages of university volunteer centers, which refer to the verbal-visual communication type. The results of this analysis confirm the importance of social advertising for the search, recruitment and selection of volunteers. The perspectives of participation in volunteering, outlined in social advertising, are analyzed.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2017;23(1.1):43-46
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FORMATION OF MOTIVATION-VALUE COMPONENT OF PROFESSIONAL TEACHING SUCCESS OF A POST-GRADUATE STUDENT WITH THE HELP OF ACTIVE METHODS

Nedikova V.A.

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The article considers the problem of formation of motivational and valuable component of vocational and educational success of a post–graduate student with the help of active methods through the system of psycho-pedagogical training within the framework of the module «Motivation to succeed in my future profession» of the elective course «professional development training».

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2017;23(1.1):47-52
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POSTMODERN RECEPTION OF AN IMAGE OF DOCTOR DEE (U. ECO, P. ACKROYD)

Ishimbaeva G.G., Lenkova N.R.

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Postmodern literature radically reconsiders traditional values and ideas, abandons the established standards and gives provocative non-canonical interpretations of some immortal characters of the world literature. The article analyzes this tendency through the interpretations of John Dee’s character in postmodern novels «Foucault's Pendulum» by Umberto Eco (1988) and «The House of Doctor Dee» by Peter Ackroyd (1994), each of them, in their own way, reconsidered the traditional comprehension of the Faustian scientist. The former gives an ironic sketch of John Dee’s life in the insert story of «Foucault's Pendulum», the latter presents a monumental description of the alchemist in the context of his own and the author’s time. But both authors pursue an obvious goal, showing fundamental ambiguity of receptions and the absence of absolute Truth, they synthesize different, sometimes opposite, opinions of John Dee, using a playful narrative mode they degrade the traditional image of the magician.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2017;23(1.1):53-60
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PROBLEMATIZATION OF IDENTITY OF THE SUBJECT OF ART IN THE WORK OF I. YARKEVICH (ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE TRILOGY « KAK IA I KAK MENIA»)

Levchenko S.O.

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Problematization of identity of an artistic subject in the work of I. Yarkevich (on the example of the trilogy «Kak ia i kak menia»). The article tells about the main feature of the writer's work – a special model of an artistic subject. Relationships between the trickster character and the world are conceptually significant for the entire artistic world of Yarkevich. The artistic subject in the work of I. Yarkevich is associated with the principles of decoding, postmodern "re-signification", rethinking of traditional literature and the whole past of artistic experience. The problematization of the identity of an artistic subject, considered in this example, is a key model for all contemporary Russian literature.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2017;23(1.1):61-64
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INTERTEXTUAL EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT FRAMES AND CONTEXTS IN A LITERARY TEXT

Rymar N.T.

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This article examines the phenomenon of implicit frame fragment or a separate motif within the internal system of the text which can function as a frame for the whole work. This shows the process of generating symbolic values by framing narrative of the whole and of the individual motif or fragment in a literary work.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2017;23(1.1):65-71
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CONCEPT «ВREAD»: ACTUALIZATION IN PHRASEOLOGY

Voloshin Y.K.

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Actualization of the concept bread in Russian sayings and proverbs is discussed as well as their communicative and pragmatic functions. The sayings and proverbs under consideration reflect the Russian people mentality as well as national and specific cultural features of the society and their ethnic and cultural characteristics. The results of the carried out analysis can be applied for expounding other concepts within phraseological units.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2017;23(1.1):72-76
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Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2017;23(1.1):77-80
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ANTHROPOCENTRIC MODELS IN THE ENGLISH-SPEAKING MEDIA DISCOURSE

Denisov N.V.

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The article deals with such key definitions as anthropocentrism, discourse and media discourse. The article is also devoted to the research of such phenomena as concept and cognitive map and their distinction. The author also examines the influence of English media discourse on forming the cognitive map of a person.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2017;23(1.1):81-84
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FUNCTIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ENGLISH INTERJECTIONS IN TV SHOWS

Kharkovskaya A.A., Panina N.V.

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Specific features of interjections functioning within one of the most popular mass media spheres, namely, in TV shows where peculiarities of colloquial speech are evidently registered are considered.

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2017;23(1.1):85-89
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FUNCTIONING AND TRANSFORMATION OF THE SONG QUOTATION WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE? IN THE MODERN MASS MEDIA DISCOURSE

Shumkina I.V.

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The quotation from the famous anti-war song by American folk-singer P. Seeger is considered in the article in terms of precedent phenomena. Life-story of this song based on a Slavic lullaby version is described briefly with a lot of attention focusing upon the contexts containing the initial phrase of the song performing the function of its title. Semantic variations and the most popular structural-semantic transformations within modern English mass media discourse are also analyzed. 

Vestnik of Samara University. History, pedagogics, philology. 2017;23(1.1):90-93
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