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Concept as the Main Research Object of Cognitive Linguistics
Kunimzhan Sadirkyzy Abdikalyk, Zhanar Altynbekovna Abitzhanova, Zhamilya Kerimbaevna Otarbekova, Gulyaim Kablakatovna Kaidarova, & Gulzhan Abutalipovna Seidullayev
pp. 3167-3178 | Article Number: ijese.2016.243
This article dwells upon the basic unit of cognitive linguistics, which is a concept. Firstly, we provide an overview of major scientific works written by foreign linguists who pay attention to special aspects and lines of research. Secondly, we analyse conclusions on modern problems in linguistics that are drawn in cognitological studies conducted since the end of the 20th century. We also touch upon the course and practice of cognitive linguistics while considering the connection between cognition and language. In order to study a concept, which is a linguo-philosophical unit of linguistics, we examine the associative and semantic field of the concept “woman” in the Kazakh and English cultures. The linguo-philosophical analysis of the macro concept “blue” and its associative and semantic field in the English and Kazakh languages show that its cultural and personal meaning greatly differ. We prove that conceptual borders of any language display purview, knowledge, feelings, world outlook and life position of the respective ethnos and its distinctive members.
Keywords: Cognition, linguo-philosophical conception, anthropocentric paradigm, the sphere of cognitology, linguistic units, associative field, paradigm, the concept “woman”, the concept “blue”, ethnos.
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Environmental Affective Dispositions Scale (EADS): The Study of Validity and Reliability and Adaptation to Turkish
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pp. 3179-3199 | Article Number: ijese.2016.244
The aim of this study is to conduct a research under circumstances of Turkey about the validity and reliability of the Affective Tendencies towards Environmental Scale prepared by Yavetz, Goldman and Pe’er (2009). The translation of this scale to Turkish was done by the researchers and language specialists. And then, the scale was evaluated by the specialists in terms of relevance to Turkish content, measurement- evaluation. This scale on which some arrangements were made was applied to 521 fourth grade preservice science teachers studying in the state universities in Turkey to determine the validity and reliability. The findings related to the structure validity of the scale were provided by exploratory factor analysis method. Also, exploratory factor analysis was followed by the confirmatory factor analysis applied to the obtained structure. This scale is formed into four sub dimensions. The scale prepared by the 5-point Likert format containing 23 items. Cronbach Alpha reliability scale was found as 0.84; and found as 0.77 for Environmental Affective Tendency; it was 0.62 for Intention to act; 0.66 for prevention of damage to the environment and it was 65 for personal responsibilities.
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The High School Students’ Perceptions and Attitudes Toward Bioenergy
pp. 3201-3214 | Article Number: ijese.2016.245
This research, which was tried with 217 high school students, was carried out to determine the perceptions and attitudes related to the usage of bioenergy. The research results showed that the students had the perception that there would be lack of food due to global warming, but bioenergy would prevent the world from global warming. Moreover, they also assumed that forests are not sustainable in terms of global and local context. However, this study revealed that they had a tendency to learn and use bioenergy. It was also observed that there were different views between the male and female participants about the usage of wood and cutting trees down to produce energy. Finally, stepwise regression results showed that social environment affects one’s environmental intent related to bioenergy use.
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Trace Analysis of Heavy Metals in Ground Waters of Vijayawada Industrial Area
Ravisankar Tadiboyina & Prasada Rao Ptsrk
pp. 3215-3229 | Article Number: ijese.2016.246
In recent years, the new environmental problem are arising due to industrial hazard wastage, global climate change, ground water contamination and etc.,,, gives an attention to protect environment.one of the major source of contamination of ground water is improper discharge of industrial effluents these effluents contains so many heavy metals which are cause more effects the human life. The present study about contamination of ground water due to trace metals in and around the Vijayawada. 60 samples are collected industrial area around the Vijayawada. The study area divided into five zones depending on the nature of industries are present in the study area .The following trace metals are analyzed Al, As, Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Pb, Mn, Hg, Ni, Se, and Zn were analyzed in all the sample. In some ground water sample are found to be more concentration of metals are exceeds maximum limits values of WHO, ISI standards. The result gives important information of ground water quality.
Keywords: Trace analysis, heavy metals, Vijayawada, ground water, industrial
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The Development of Maritime English Learning Model Using Authentic Assessment Based Bridge Simulator in Merchant Marine Polytechnic, Makassar
Ahmad Fauzi, Patta Bundu, & Suradi Tahmir
pp. 3231-3240 | Article Number: ijese.2016.247
Bridge simulator constitutes a very fundamental and vital tool to trigger and ensure that seamen or seafarers possess the standardized competence required. By using the bridge simulator technique, a reality based study can be presented easily and delivered to the students in ongoing basis to their classroom or study place. Afterwards, the validity training and testing as well as the consistent and precise teaching materials could be carried out to all students. One of the challenging issues encountered nowadays, particularly in the sphere of education, more specifically at the Merchant Marine Polytechnic in conjunction with the Maritime English learning model for the ANT II Program is that the Maritime English Learning System conducted or carried out remains teacher-centered where the teachers still play major and more dominant role and function as the primary source of information which is considered not effective. Therefore, the main thing to figure out is how to create an effective Maritime English Learning Model in relation to the education and training or seafarers level II at Merchant Marine Polytechnic. This research was Research and Development by using the research model advanced by Borg & Gall. The validity, practicality, and effectiveness of the product were determined using the developed tables. In addition, the learning outcomes were analyzed using the Wilcoxon Signed Rank test to analyze the significance of differences both groups. The research proves that this model is valid, practical and effective to use in learning. Therefore, it can be concluded that this model can be applied in the maritime English learning.
Keywords: Maritime English, learning model, authentic assessment
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The Effect of Eight Weeks Plyometric Training On Anaerobic Power, Counter Movement Jumping and Isokinetic Strength in 15–18 Years Basketball Players
Niyazi Sıdkı Adigüzel & Mehmet Günay
pp. 3241-3250 | Article Number: ijese.2016.248
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of eight weeks plyometric training on anaerobic power, counter movement jumping and isokinetic strength in 15 – 18 years aged basketball players. This study was including 30 male Basketball players. The subjects were divided into two groups as: the experimental group (n=15) and the control group (n=15). The combine training (The plyometric training and techniques – tactics) was performed by the experimental group for eight weeks. The control group was performed only techniques – tactics basketball training for eight weeks. Performance measurement; WAnT anaerobic power test, 60° and 180° s-1 isokinetic leg strength: for right and left legs, multiple jumping and vertical jumping test were performed by the subject pre and post training. Within statistical analysis, the significance of differences between these groups was tested. The arithmetic mean and standard deviation were used as descriptive statistics and Shapiro-Wilk test was used for normality distribution. While comparing paired groups Wilcoxon signed rank test was performed, Mann - Whitney U test was used for comparing independent groups. Statistical significance was taken as 0.05.
According to the result of comparison between groups; It was found that exercise had significantly effect on Peak Power (w/kg), Average Power (w), Average Power (w/kg) and Power Drop (w/kg) in experimental group (p < 0,05). While significant difference was found in Right leg 60° Hamstring and Quadriceps peak torch of experimental group (p < 0,05), there was no significant difference in pre- and post-training in Isokinetic leg power parameters of control group (p>0.05). In addition, significantly differences were found in free jump, 120° Squat jump and Active jump values of Vertical jump parameters for experimental group (p < 0,05).
Keywords: Anaerobic power, isokinetic contraction, plyometric training, muscle strength
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pp. 3251-3257 | Article Number: ijese.2016.249
Reaction time is one of the most determinative elements for a successful sports performance. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of 12-week feet reaction developing trainings upon feet reaction time of females at 11-13 age interval. Volunteer sportsmen between 11 and 13 age interval who were active in Tokat Provincial Directorate of Youth and Sports participated into the study. The volunteers were totally 22 sportsmen including 11 experimental and 11 controls who have not participated into a programmed physical activity before. To the experimental group, 3-day 30-minute trainings in a week for 12 weeks were administered to develop feet training time as being prepared in accordance with their age. The control group did not participate into any exercise programs during this process. Reaction time measurements were performed to the volunteers twice as before and after the 3-month training through New Test 2000 measurement battery. In comparison of the obtained data, significance test for the difference between two pairs, and level of significance was accepted as p<0.05. At the end of the study, whereas no significant difference was found in the control group, a significant difference was obtained in pre-test and post-test averages of the trainings performed to develop feet reaction when carried out regularly for 12 weeks. We considered that the trainings we performed in the study would increase the performance and provide positive contributions upon foot reaction time of the sportsmen at 11-13 age interval.
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Responses to the Competitive State Anxiety Inventory–2 by the Athletes Participated in the (IJF) Judo Grand Prix Competition, Samsun 2015 in Turkey
Yavuz Selim Agaoğlu
pp. 3259-3275 | Article Number: ijese.2016.250
The judo is a popular sport which people engaged in more than 178 countries at any age in the world. Besides its popularity, the studies on this field continue to increase gradually. The purpose of this study, therefore, is to measure pre-competition anxieties, and to evaluate data obtained of the pre-competition concerns of the judo athletes who participated in the IJF Grand Prix competition, Samsun 2015 in Turkey. The questionnaires of the Competitive State Anxiety Inventory–2 (CSAI–2) were asked the Judo athletes who participated in the IJF Grand Prix Competition prior to the 31 to 59 minutes before the competition. There were no significant differences between countries and between Turkey and other countries with each other. Quantitative variables were analyzed according to sex. No significant difference was found between sub-dimensions (somatic anxiety, cognitive anxiety, self-confidence) in Section I and Section II (p-value <0.05). Considering the correlation between sub-dimensions of the countries, no significant difference was found between them (p-value <0.05).
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Examining Decision Making Level of Wrestlers in Terms of Some Variable
Şıhmehmet Yiğit, İbrahim Dalbudak, Mihriay Musa, Alper C. Gürkan & Mehmet Dalkılıç
pp. 3277-3284 | Article Number: ijese.2016.251
The aim of this research is to examine decision making level of wrestlers who joined Turkey inter university wrestling championship, according to variables as wrestlers' sex, age, grade, department, and education type. Study group consists of 34 females and 196 males, totally 230 athletes, who joined Turkey Inter University Wrestling Championship at the academic year of 2014-2015.
In this research, personal information form, and Melbourne Decision Making Questionnaire (MDMQ I-II) are used in order to research decision making level of wrestlers who joined Turkey Inter University Wrestling Championship. SPSS20 statistics package program is used in analysis and explication of data.
At the end of the research; according to sex, department, grade, education type, and age variables: self-esteem in decision making, careful decision making, avoidant decision making, suspensive decision making, and panic decision making situations of students, who joined Wrestling Championship, are evaluated. While significant difference was statistically found according to sex, department, grade, education type variables; significant difference was not found in the variable of age.
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An Analysis of Leisure Attitudes of the Individuals Participating in Dance Activities and the Relationship between Leisure Attitude and Life Satisfaction
pp. 3285-3296 | Article Number: ijese.2016.252
This study sought to explore the leisure attitudes of the individuals participating in the dance activities, to compare them on the basis of various variables and to contribute to the understanding of the relationship between these attitudes and the life satisfaction of the individual. The research sample includes 302 individuals participating in the activities of the dance halls and dance courses in Ankara and their mean age is 24.55±6.09.“Leisure Attitude Scale” (LAS) which was developed by Ragheb and Beard in 1982 and adapted into Turkish by Akgül and Gürbüz (2010) was utilized in order to determine the leisure attitudes of the participants. “Satisfaction With Life Scale” (SWLS) which was developed by Diener et al. (1985) and adapted into Turkish by Durak, Durak et al. (2010) was employed to find out the life satisfaction levels of the participants. Descriptive statistics of the leisure attitudes and life satisfaction levels of the individuals were produced. In addition, independent one sample t-test (t-test) and one way analysis of variance (OneWay ANOVA) were performed to explore whether leisure attitudes of the individuals vary according to the variables. With a view to bring to light the relationship between leisure attitude and life satisfaction, Pearson Correlation analysis was performed. The t-test and ANOVA, which conducted on the basis of the findings of the abovementioned analysis to compare the leisure attitude scores and its subscales, revealed that the scores of leisure attitudes of the individuals participating to the dance activity and their cognitive and behavioural subscales do not vary according to their gender, age groups and educational level. However, the findings also shed light on that the participants whose perceived income level is low outscored the ones whose perceived income level is medium or high, only at the behavioural subscale in the comparison through the variable of perceived income level. Furthermore, the findings suggest that the leisure attitudes of the participants were positive and their life satisfaction levels were medium. An insignificant positive correlation was found between the participants’ leisure attitudes and the life satisfaction levels. Consequently, the leisure attitudes of the individuals participating in the dance activities were positive; their life satisfaction levels were medium in this study and it can be said that the more their life satisfaction level increases, the more positive their leisure attitudes will become.
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Evaluating The Relation Between Dominant and Non-Dominant Hand Perimeters and Handgrip Strength of Basketball, Volleyball, Badminton and Handball Athletes
Defne Öcal Kaplan
pp. 3297-3309 | Article Number: ijese.2016.253
In this study, it’s aimed to evaluate the relation between dominant and non-dominant hand perimeters and handgrip strength of basketball, volleyball, badminton and handball athletes. Totally 101 active athletes (49 females, 52 male), of the average age in female 20±1.42 years, in male 21±1.99 years, joined to this study. Height, body weight, BMI (Body Mass Index) and handgrip strength of all the athletes were measured according to international standards. Hand perimeters were measured at a certain standard with digital camera and was calculated with the software developed. The data was analyzed by SPSS 22 programme and Student t test, Pearson Correlation test and One Way Anova was applied. A significance level of p <0.05 was adopted in the analysis. Results of the analysis showed that dominant and non-dominant handgrips of athletes in all disciplines and gender are significantly different and hand and finger perimeters developing different depending on the way they use the ball or racket grip.
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pp. 3311-3318 | Article Number: ijese.2016.254
The aim of this study is to analyze the relationship between perceived motivational climate and target orientations of team and individual athletes who participate in sports at the Physical Education and Sports Departments of faculties. A total of 200 athletes (students at the Physical Education and Sports Departments of Gazi University, Selçuk University Akdeniz University, Karamanoğlu Mehmetbey University and Atatürk University in the 2012-2013 academic year), 92 of whom play individual sports and 108 of whom play team sports participated in this study (M=21.475, Ss= 2.23). To reach the aim of the study, “Task and Ego Orientation in Sport Questionnaire” (TEOSQ) developed by Duda (1989) and “The Perceived Motivational Climate in Sport Questionnaire’” (PMCSQ) developed by Wallingi Duda and Chi (1993) were applied to the athletes. To analyze and interpret the data by using descriptive statistics and Pearson correlation statistic technique significance taken P<0,05. To rate the data and find the estimated values SPSS (Statistical package for social sciences) package program is used. As a result of this study it is found that ego and target orientations of team athletes have more perceptions than individual athletes. On the other hand there was an advantage noted among team athletes who perceived motivational climate in terms of mastery climate. There is a resemblance in relation between team athletes target orientation and motivational climate where as there is a resemblance between individual athletes assignment orientation and mastery climate.
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An Investigation into Prospective Science Teacher’ Attitudes towards Laboratory Course and Self-Efficacy Beliefs in Laboratory Use
Elvan İnce Aka
pp. 3319-3331 | Article Number: ijese.2016.255
The aim of the current study is to identify the attitudes towards the laboratory course and self-efficacy beliefs in the laboratory use of prospective teachers who are attending Gazi University Gazi Education Faculty Primary Education Science Teaching program, and to investigate the relationship between the attitudes and self-efficacy beliefs. This descriptive survey study was conducted with 440 prospective teachers in the 2014-2015 academic year, fall term. “Attitude Scale towards Laboratory Lesson” and “Laboratory Self-Efficacy Beliefs Scale” which were developed by Ekici (2009) were used as the data collection tools. Means, lowest and highest scores and standard deviations were employed for the data analysis. Furthermore, independent samples t-test and one way variance analysis (ANOVA) were applied to see whether prospective teachers’ attitudes and self-efficacy beliefs differ according to the gender and grade levels. Pearson product-moment correlations were computed to determine the correlation between attitudes and self-efficacy beliefs. SPSS 18.0 was used for the data analysis. Descriptive statistics findings showed that the prospective teachers’ attitudes towards laboratory course were positive and self-efficacy beliefs into laboratory use were at a good level. Research findings illustrated that gender had no significant effect on prospective teachers’ attitudes towards laboratory course and self-efficacy beliefs. No statistically significant difference was found between the scores of prospective teachers’ attitudes towards laboratory course and self-efficacy beliefs in terms of grade levels.
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Psychological and pedagogic conditions of activating creative activity in students for successful learning
Bakytgul Abykanova, Zhupar Bilyalova, Valentina Makhatova, Salamat Idrissov & Samal Nugumanova
pp. 3333-3343 | Article Number: ijese.2016.256
Creative activity of a pedagogic process subject depends on the pedagogue’s position, on his faith in the abilities to learn successfully, on encouragement of achievements, stimulating the initiative and activity.
Successful learning by activating creative activity is possible with the presence of respectful attitude towards the pedagogic process subjects, creation of the conditions for potential capabilities and organization of educational process in such way where the subject feels emotional uplift, physical energy surge, feeling of success and confidence. In this case, learning would not be a burden but would rather become a joy of learning something new, making independent discoveries and achieving positive results in mastering the prospective profession. One of the psychological and pedagogic conditions for activating students’ creative activity in the educational process is using the system of educational-creative works. Despite the abovementioned significance of activating creative activity in the educational process, in our opinion, admitting its key role is related to exaggeration of its meaning, because even an ideal system of educational work does not always account for the specifics of structural components of students’ creative activity during studying a certain subject. Because of this, we contemplate the implication of educational-creative work system in the educational process not as a key factor but as a structural sub-system of factors, which affect the quality and the level of these works.
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"GARDEN OF CHILDHOOD" As an Innovative Approach to Training and Education of Children at Preschool Institutions
Larisa Alekseeva, Luidmila Shkolyar & Luibov Savenkova
pp. 3345-3351 | Article Number: ijese.2016.257
The authors reveal an innovative approach to training and education of preschool children. This approach is called "GARDEN OF CHILDHOOD". It is based on the idea that the development of the preschool child's personality should be joyous and free "cultural self-creation" in terms of the collective co-creation, where adults and children are equal partners. The authors emphasize the aesthetic component of preschool education, arguing that it allows to develop child's abilities to generalize, to educate dialectical and originality of mind, self-solve creative problems, to be active, relaxed, not afraid of the new, the unexpected things.
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Peculiarities of Relationships Between Foster Parents and Their Foster Children with Disabilities
Liliya Arturovna Aslamazova, Alla Anatolievna Yurina, Fatimet Pshimafovna Khakunova, & Lyubov Pavlovna Kochenkova
pp. 3353-3366 | Article Number: ijese.2016.258
This article covers on peculiarities of relationships between foster parents and foster children with disabilities. The research was done in Republic of Adygheya (the Russian Federation). The article presents the results of the empirical research, which reveals lack of emotional attachment and acceptation in the system of parent-child relationships. It also demonstrates frequent cases of pathological styles of upbringing, insignificant importance of the second parent, absence of experience in upbringing of a child with disabilities. Moreover, a certain tendency of foster parents to “fix” their foster children, who have a low level of social-psychological competence, was revealed. Finally, a problem of psychological unavailability of both parties to live together and establish relationships based on mutual affection was also found out.
Keywords: Foster family, parent-child relationship, foster parents, foster children with disabilities, problems of foster family
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Psychological Stability of a Personality and Capability of Tolerant Interaction as Diverse Manifestations of Tolerance
Irina Valeryevna Belasheva, & Nina Fedorovna Petrova
pp. 3367-3384 | Article Number: ijese.2016.259
Present article addresses studying tolerance as a factor of personality stability, which manifests on the level of interpersonal relationships and on the level of intra-personal system of stressors resistance. The article includes theoretical analysis of the tolerance construct as an integrative personality formation. It explores the question of psychological stability of a personality in the context of tolerance modes. We present the results of an empirical study in college students, which define the presence of systemic connections between external and internal tolerance modes on the basis of positive connections (between acceptance of interaction partner and emotional stability; between feminine traits and level of general and ethnic tolerance; between masculine traits and emotional stability), as well as negative connections (between tolerance towards others and ability for independent decision-making in emotionally strained situation; between character traits, which are defined by organic lesions of the nervous system and communicative tolerance; between delinquency, predominance of masculine traits and level of general tolerance or tolerance as a personality trait; between extroversive personality orientation and tolerance as a personality trait).
Keywords: Psychological stability of a personality, tolerant interaction, tolerance modes, emotional stability, neuropsychological stability
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Interaction Between Philosophy of Education and Teaching Practice
Boris Michailovich Bim-Bad & Lioudmila Ivanovna Egorova
pp. 3385-3393 | Article Number: ijese.2016.260
The article attempts to analyse the interaction between philosophy of education and teaching practice. Such area of learning as “philosophy of education” is defined, genesis and dynamics of practice as universals of human existence are traced; such concepts as “practice”, “teaching practice” are analysed in view of philosophy of education; the role and position of teaching practice as linking system in the theory of knowledge are grounded. The main conclusion of the conducted research is the proof that philosophy of education in its new interpretation is not only theoretical understanding of foundations and manifestations of educational process, but also practice, direct implementation of educational theoretical groundwork in everyday life. Using historical and philosophical analysis, the author showed that philosophy of education implements adopted philosophical (world view) paradigms in various teaching practices.
Keywords: Philosophy of education, philosophy, education science, philosophy of teaching, practice, teaching practice, category of practice
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Sergey Mikhailovich Budkeev, Julia Vladimirovna Kiryushina, and Larisa Vladimirovna Shokorova
pp. 3394-3405 | Article Number: ijese.2016.261
This article reviewed the structure of design activities, special aspects of the specialists' training in multi-disciplinary design environment, the formation process of their cultural and professional competences, necessary for artistic, creative and research activities in the field of design. It identified the components of the national indigenous culture in the formation of the design of objects, problem of continuity in the development of different areas of the material and artistic culture. It substantiated the role of intersubject communications in the formation of professional competences of students-designers and the value of discipline “History of traditional culture” in the professional and artistic training of future designers. It characterized ways of making graphic design, with account of folk art traditions. It defined methods of integrated education in vocational and artistic activities. It proposed pedagogical conditions of future designers' professional competences formation based on acquiring scientific knowledge and specific technical skills.
Keywords: Intersubject communications, integrative education, artistic and decorative activities, folk arts and crafts, design, design graphics
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Play areas of entertainment and development are new recourses for modern city children, but at the same time, they produce risks of road traffic accidents, deviation, social inequality and social exclusion. Playgrounds in city/town yards are free zones of children`s pastime, where children communicate and play together. The aim of this article is to consider children`s playgrounds as semantic centers of town children`s everyday life and to analyze their role in the social life of children of different age groups. Our research has made it possible to compare children`s and adults` views on playgrounds. The position of parents is characterized by assessment of safety, variety of play equipment and developmental orientation. The importance of playgrounds for children is defined by possibilities of free communication and playing with other children.
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Yskak Nabia, Nuriya Ermuhametovna Zhaxylykova, Gulmira Kaparbaevna Kenbaeva, Abdikerim Tolbayev, & Zeinep Nusipovna Bekbaeva
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The background of this paper is to present how education system of Kazakhstan evolved during the last 24 years of independence, highlighting the contemporary transformational processes. We defined the aim to identify the education quality in the context of competence-based approach. Methods: Analysis of references, interviewing, experimental work. Results: Education quality problems are revealed according to the results of the analysis of the state system of vocational education of the Republic of Kazakhstan. It is shown that the learning results description in the context of the competence approach is important at this stage of education system development. It is given recommendations on education quality assurance of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the context of competence-based approach. The novelty of the paper is that quality issues are considered in relation to VET and higher education, it is proposed to use the positive experience of each system. Conclusion: it is possible to solve many of these problems through the development of the National Qualifications Network based on the principles of the European Qualifications Network.
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The World of Child Psychology in Early Mussorgsky’s Works
Iza A. Nemirovskayaa, Lyudmila S. Bakshia, Olga V. Gromovaa, Irina A. Korsakovaa, and Alexander S. Bazikovb
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The world of a child as a topic gave birth to a number of Mussorgsky`s decisions concerning figurative modes, music style systems, principles of composition and music poetics. The master captured the microcosm of passions, that originally inhabit the soul of a child, and his works presented an embodiment of the deep, ontological nature of any human personality with its typical mixture of good and evil. In his musical works about children the composer also showed us some fundamental laws of psychology: some child entertainments, that are not quite harmless, conceal future repulsive character traits of an adult; and evident aggressiveness of a person is often a result of a former child having been unjustly insulted. All this makes it possible for us to speak of Mussorgsky as a composer and a child psychologist
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Theoretical-and-Methodological Substantiation of Multilingual Model Activity in Kazakhstan Higher School Education System
Bikesh Revovna Ospanovaa, Zhanat Amantayevna Azimbayevaa, Tatyana Vladimirovna Timokhinaa, and Zergul Koblandiyevna Seydakhmetovaa
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The The need of implementing the model of professional development in training an expert in the conditions of multilingualism is considered. The possibility of using the multilingual approach in the context of present day education with the use of innovative technologies of training is substantiated, the definition of "multilingual education" is given.
An important mechanism of the social life humanization becomes the variety of cultures and educational systems in the conditions of globalization. The main component of multicultural education is multilingual training which pedagogical principles are the principle of unity and integrity of cultures, the principle of balance between uniqueness, originality of cultures, languages and the world tendency to unification.
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Distance Learning in Scientific and Professional Fields of Communication (Interdisciplinary Approach)
Tatyana Petrovna Skorikovaa, с, Sergey Sergeevich Khromova, and Natalia Vitalievna Dneprovskaya
pp. 3467-3476 | Article Number: ijese.2016.266
Modern level of informational technologies development allows the authors of educational courses to decrease their dependence from technical specialists and to independently develop distance-learning courses and their separate online components, which require special methodical learning. The aim of present study is to develop a distance-learning course in linguistics with regard to the specifics of the course that uses modern informational technologies. Scientific and methodic significance of the study consists in the fact that the developed online course is an innovative representation of the results of methodic and scientific research work of teachers and students. Therefore, it expands their opportunities to participate in the university’s innovative activity, along with the educational and research activities. Within the presented project we plan to transfer the communicative-activity paradigm of learning into practice of distance forms of organizing students’ independent work and to model a new educational product (online component of the course) on the basis of these results with consequent integration in educational process.
Keywords: E-learning, blended learning, distance learning, scientific and professional field of communication, information technologies, linguistics, interdisciplinary approach
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A Method of Developing Technological Readiness for Using Virtual Educational Environment in The Professional Activity of a College Teacher
Zaure Orazalin, Nadegda Zavalko, Maral Duiseneevna Yessekeshov, Zhuldyz Muhtarovn Tashkenbayev, Saule Aldabergenov
pp. 3477-3486 | Article Number: ijese.2016.267
Present article provides the definition of the concept of “teacher’s readiness for using virtual educational environment in credit educational technology”. We defined the criterions and development levels of college teacher’s readiness for using virtual educational environment, which are represented by three components - motivational, cognitive and operational; we reveal the content of these components. We describe the developmental stage of the experiment through four consequent stages (basic, applied, Web and interactive), the main position in which is taken by special courses that were conducted during advanced training for teachers with different levels of the studied readiness. We describe the obtained results of the study and practical recommendations for developing college teachers’ technological readiness for using virtual educational environment during the professional activity in credit educational technology.
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Socialization for the Knowledge Society
Alexander O. Karpov
pp. 3487-3496 | Article Number: ijese.2016.268
The purpose of the study is to give an overview and present special features of socialization of the research type that prepares young people for life in the knowledge society. Methods of cultural and historical epistemology, of hermeneutic and structural-functional analysis of social action have been used in the study, as well as elements of the theory of values and philosophic ontology. The experimental part of the study involves methods of comparative analysis and synthesis of social work with creatively active schoolchildren and students. The article analyses the role of education in the conception of the knowledge society, created in the period 1940-1960s. As fundamental factors of a new type of socialization, the cognitive role structure of the knowledge society and spiritual abilities determining creativity are presented. The possibility of early research socialization is explained through the dynamics of the professional maturation period in the conditions of the general technological field of modern knowledge culture. The article lays a theoretical foundation and provides practical justification for a new socialization of the research type, which plays a crucial role in the development of the knowledge society and interprets the content of modern education according to its cultural mission
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The purpose of the study is to analyze the features of monitoring the educational process during students’ practical training at schools. We examined a number of methods and techniques of conducting monitoring of educational process as embodied by future teachers’ practical training at secondary schools: continuous observation, method of test situations, explication, surveys, analysis of results of learners’ educational activity and testing of students (n=500). The monitoring of educational process during school-based practical training is considered from two perspectives: from the university-staff perspective and from the perspective of developing students’ skills of implementing such monitoring. The submissions can be useful for perfecting the content of education, evaluating the effectiveness of educational technologies being measured and identification of problems in the educational process as well as ways to resolve them
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Educational & Informative Competence of Schoolchildren: Modelling of Educational and Informative Activity at Native Language Lessons
Shelale Z. Nabiyeva
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The study aims at analysis an educational and informative competence, describing the components of schoolchildren’s educational and informative activity and submitting an efficient set of exercises resulted from the educational and informative activity component analysis. The relevance of the study is determined by modernization of an educational paradigm since the current approach to organization of the learning process is to be reviewed. The study results are based on the average performance of schoolchildren during the 4-year study of the subject "Native language" (n=70). Furthermore, we used a comprehensive approach to analysis of an elementary school educational process as a methodological basis for analysis of pedagogical reality. The study showed that informative educational activity helps the schoolchild to form competencies that contribute to education of moral, civic and patriotic, aesthetic qualities of a child, mindset formation in general. Suggested model of improving educational and informative activity at native language lessons may be used by teachers as a way of organization of the current learning process.
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Pedagogical System of Future Teachers’ Professional Thinking Culture Formation
Saltanat K. Abildina, Zhanar Y. Sarsekeyeva, Kulzhan A. Aidarbekova, Zhannur B. Asetova and Kuanysbek B. Adanov
pp. 3562-3574 | Article Number: ijese.2016.273
Research objective is to theoretically justify and to develop pedagogical system of development of future teachers’ professional thinking culture. In the research there are used a set of theoretical methods: systematic analysis of the philosophical, psychological and pedagogical literature on the researched topic; compilation and classification of pedagogical publications; analysis of educational-methodical documentation; projection of systems and processes. As a result developed pedagogical system of development of future teachers’ professional thinking culture is the interaction of such components as purposeful, informative, activity, control-evaluative, effective. The culture of teacher’s professional thinking is a complex system formation and purposeful creation of the culture of professional thinking can only be the result of specially organized pedagogical process on the organization of mental activity, adequate to these features. At the same time we have developed pedagogical system that promotes the pedagogical system of development of future teachers’ professional thinking culture.
Keywords: Teacher’s professional, thinking culture, pedagogical system, stages of formation, professional education
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Studying the Effectiveness of Physical Education in the Secondary School (by the Example of Kazakhstan)
Тulegen A. Botagariyev, Svetlana S. Kubiyeva, Venera E. Baizakova, Nurolla Mambetov, Yerkin K. Tulegenov, Alpysbay S. Aralbayev and Dulat U. Kairgozhin
pp. 3575-3594 | Article Number: ijese.2016.274
The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of the existing model of teaching physical training in secondary schools and the analysis of a game like method introduced to improve physical fitness of students. The authors substantiated the use of a game like method during physical training classes, which implementation should create prerequisites required for the optimization of physical development, physical preparedness and functional state of the student organism. Empirical research was based on the obtained difference in the level of physical training in the control and experimental groups. Students of the control group were trained according to the existing school curriculum. The experimental group was trained according to a modified program, which implied using the game like method and the increased number of training hours. The pedagogical experiment was carried out in three stages. Quantitative indicators were processed using two-factor variance analysis. The experiment was carried out among 1350 high school students. The application of two-factor variance analysis gave the possibility to determine that the curriculum-based physical training was favorable for the development of endurance, whereas the game like method was more suitable for the development of speed-strength and strength. Practical significance of the study lies in the fact that statistical data processing used by the authors of this research, will be helpful for coaches to verify the effectiveness of the existing curriculum in real time and to improve student sports achievements.
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Development of Polytechnic Knowledge and Abilities in the Course of Studying Physics
Gizatulla Imashev, Bakytgul T. Abykanova, Mairagul T. Rakhmetova, Anar A. Tumysheva, Raushan N. Moldasheva, Sandugash S. Ilyasova and Aliya A. Shahimova
pp. 3595-3606 | Article Number: ijese.2016.275
In this article one of aspects of physics course studying improvement at high schools - the problem of the development of polytechnic knowledge and abilities in modern conditions – is revealed. In this research, the role and place of polytechnic education in the improvement of teaching physics at high schools are revealed, the main pedagogical requirements to polytechnic training of students at the present stage are defined. The work examines the contents of the physics course application component corresponding to the current state of science and technology, as well as the levels of formation of polytechnic abilities in physics at high schools under the conditions of modern production. The analysis of philosophical, psychology and pedagogical literature was used. The experimental work was performed in secondary schools No. 3, 5, 16 and 19 in Atyrau. The results obtained in the experimental classes, in comparison with the results of the control classes, prove that the application of the formation and development of polytechnic knowledge and skills of students during the study of a physics course technique, developed by us, leads to a significant extension and broadening of knowledge and skills of physics course students.
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Arman S. Akhmetov, Dmitriy P. Muchkin & Elnar Sh. Utyubayev
pp. 3607-3614 | Article Number: ijese.2016.276
The aim of this study is to identify and provide a clear idea about the helpful ways in determining the truth (or reliability) of arguments in the situations where it is necessary to make a decision. In this paper, we use systemic, structural-functional, activity approaches, methods of analysis, synthesis, moreover we discuss the works of scientists who conducted the study on the subject. The truth determination of the arguments will stimulate the development and modernization of science and critical thinking in individuals. As a result, a set of training sessions is developed, with the aim of informing about the methods that can be used for checking the arguments’ validity. The results of the study could serve as a basis for similar and more extensive research in this direction with the aim of increasing the training effectiveness for a successful life in today's rapidly changing world through education.
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pp. 3615-3629 | Article Number: ijese.2016.277
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The Professional Competence Formation in the Training Process in Higher Educational Institution
Roza I. Burganova, Sairan E. Abdugalina and Kazyna O. Shaiheslyamova
pp. 3629-3639 | Article Number: ijese.2016.278
The article is devoted to the problem of professional competence formation in the specialists’ training process at the university in contemporary socio-economic and socio-cultural conditions originating in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The emphasis is laid on new scientific and pedagogical approaches to its solution. Special attention is paid to the issue of professional competence formation in extracurricular activity, especially, during job training: approaches’ specification to the job training organization and conduction, the development of results’ forecasting skills in students, the strategy elaboration for solving both educational and practical tasks. The analysis of domestic and foreign literature is performed on the research problem. In general, it shows that the relevance of this problem is determined not only by social order, but also by the student’s needs in self-determination and self-expression. Special attention of foreign and domestic researchers indicates a lack of knowledge on the problem of specialists’ professional competence in the university training process, and contradictions between educational institutions’ need in competent specialists and their insufficient theoretical and practical training. The developed system of professional competence formation in future specialists consists of four components: target, activity, informative and effective, which allow considering the students’ professional practice as the most important element in the highly qualified specialists’ training.
Keywords: Professional competency, specialists’ training, scientific and pedagogical approach, professional competence, job training
Baydenko, V. I. (2006). Identifying the set of graduates’ competences as a necessary stage in the design of State Educational Standards for Higher Professional Education of new generation. Moscow: Education, 263 p.
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Individual Distinctive Features of Self-Regulation Processes Peculiar to Students of Different Profiles of Lateral Organization
Svetlana A. Korneeva, Oksana A. Zherebnenko, Flera G. Mukhamedzyanova, Svetlana V. Moskalenko and Olga N. Gorelikova
pp. 3640-3650 | Article Number: ijese.2016.279
The research paper presents an analysis of the interrelation between the lateral organisation profiles’ indicators and self-regulation features. The existence of significant distinctions in the processes of self-regulation among respondents with different variants of lateral profiles of the interhemispheric asymmetry is proved, as well as the common features of these processes that are peculiar to the individuals having identical options of the lateral profiles are specified too. The combination of general psychological and differential psychological approaches made it possible to establish multilevel connections between the functional asymmetry peculiarities and behavioural and personality self-regulation characteristics being put into practice within the action system aimed at arranging temporal and living space of a person. It is revealed that there is a logic connection between the characteristics of the self-regulation processes and the profiles of lateral organisation, conditioned by the interaction of the interhemispheric asymmetry’s native traits within the motor activity organisation having the experience gained during a person’s lifetime. The lateral organisation profiles with a more complex interrelation between sensory and motor systems are connected with the formation of personality and activity characteristics of voluntary activity’s self-regulation, acquired within the processes of education, upbringing and other forms of socialization. The research results can be used in vocational guidance campaigns, and for academic activity optimization. They can also be applied while implementing principles of differential education, as well as at the classes of mastering the self-regulation system.
Keywords: Self-regulation, human voluntary activity, lateral profiles
Annett, M. (1985). Left, Right, Hand and Brain: The Right Shift Theory. New-Jersey: Erlbaum Press, 174 p.
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Development Mechanism of an Integrated Model for Training of a Specialist and Conceptual-Theoretical Activity of a Teacher
Akhmat Marasulov, Amangeldi Saipov, Kulimkhan Аrymbayeva, Begaim Zhiyentayeva, Akhan Demeuov, Ulzhamal Konakbaeva and Akbota Bekbolatova
pp. 3651-3660 | Article Number: ijese.2016.280
The aim of the study is to examine the methodological-theoretical construction bases for development mechanism of an integrated model for a specialist’s training and teacher’s conceptual-theoretical activity. Using the methods of generalization of teaching experience, pedagogical modeling and forecasting, the authors determine the urgent problems in specialist’s preparing for current educational process. Furthermore, the research defines the requirements made to the development process of the future specialist’s training model and the main determinants of functional maps of the pedagogical activity. The practical value is that the submissions may be used as a basis for future investigations on creating an optimal model of educational staff development.
Keywords: Educational process, teacher’s conceptual-theoretical activity, specialist’s training, pedagogical modeling and prediction, professional development of pedagogical personnel
Bowen, G. M. (2016). Response to Section II: Practicing, Modeling, and Influencing Approaches to Teaching. New York: Springer International Publishing, 174 p.
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Kazakh Philosophy: from Abai to Shakarim
Yerlan B. Sydykov, Abdumalik N. Nysanbayev and Erbol A. Kurmanbaev
pp. 3661-3669 | Article Number: ijese.2016.281
The purpose of the study is to analyze the influence of Shakarim – a follower of Abai – on Kazakh philosophy, his worldview and opinion of existential issues. The specifics of the problem under consideration required taking a synthetic approach to the use of various methods in this research. A synthesis of dialectical, metaphysical, rational, intuitive, analytical, phenomenological, historical, and logical methods showed the sources and the dynamic of formation and development of the Kazakh philosophical thought. The novelty of this study is that the main philosophical existential issues are investigated from the perspective of Eastern nomadic philosophy. The originality of the research lies in the fact that the Kazakh philosophical tradition is continuous, discrete, mosaic, autonomous, and original ad initium as a result. Dating back centuries, it returns to us in the form of texts carved in stone and preserved in the unique system of oral storage of information. It is appropriate to develop the national philosophical idea as an original system, like in the times of Shakarim. The national tradition of each culture is of great international interest. This study presents a concept of a harmonious individual according to Shakarim and substantiates the importance of developing national philosophy as an equal member of international dialog
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Intonational Division of a Speech Flow in the Kazakh Language
Zeynep M. Bazarbayeva, Akshay M. Zhalalova, Yenlik N. Ormakhanova, Nazgul B. Ospangaziyeva and Bulbul D. Karbozova
pp. 3669-3678 | Article Number: ijese.2016.282
The purpose of this research is to analyze the speech intonation of the French, Kazakh, English and Russian languages. The study considers intonation component functions (of melodics, duration, and intensity) in poetry and language spoken. It is defined that a set of prosodic means are used in order to convey the intonational specifics of sounding speech, the relevant intonational components in combination of utterances. Universal properties of intonation components, linguistic meanings as well as their role in the presentation of sounding speech are identified. The results of the research are based on the experimental data, and on the generalization of general provisions of the theory of intonation in the light of the current trends of general linguistics.
Keywords: Intonation, logical emphasis, division of the speech flow, melodics, voiced pause
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Intertransitions between Islam and Eastern Orthodoxy in Kazakhstan (XIX - Early XX Centuries)
Zakish T. Sadvokasova and Altynay I. Orazbayeva
pp. 3679-3689 | Article Number: ijese.2016.283
The purpose of this paper is to review the historical facts related to conversion of indigenous people of the Kazakh steppe from Islam to Christianity and the conversion of the Russian migrants from Orthodoxy to Islam in Kazakhstan in the nineteenth – early twentieth century. The study deals with the laws that were detrimental to Islam and reforms of the imperial government in terms of administration of Kazakh lands favoring Kazakhs baptism. Using the comparative-historical method, the author analyzes the Orthodox missionary societies in Kazakhstan. The paper also determines reasons of Russian migrants’ conversion to Islam. We found that it was mainly voluntary process and people would remain faithful to the new religion for the rest of their lives, were in not for the intervention of the church and the colonial administration. The results have shown that Christianization of the adherents of different faiths was used for change their minds in order to simplify management of the colonial people having other nationalities. Furthermore, church clergy and missionaries were involved in relevant activities among various categories of the population. The practical value of the study is that the submissions may be useful for historians and religious scholars in investigations of religion conversions.
Keywords: Christianity, Islam, Kazakhs of native population Orthodox church, history of religion conversions, religion and ministration
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Personal Meaning of the Kazakh Philosophy in the Space of Intercultural Dialogue
Yerlan B. Sydykov and Abdumalik N. Nysanbaev
pp. 3690-3699 | Article Number: ijese.2016.284
In the development of spiritual and cultural heritage, the Kazakh renaissance, which began with the implementation of the "Cultural heritage" national project, has exposed the problems of self-identity, uniqueness, national and global relations. One reason is misunderstanding of nomadism as a kind of "anti-civilization", an embodiment of the destruction and ignorance forces. The aim of the article is to analyze the development of the Kazakh philosophy and its communication with the global philosophical knowledge. In the article, the Kazakh philosophy is regarded as a spiritual quintessence of nomadic culture with its characteristic type of ontology and anthropology. The whole problem of tolerance is built around the phenomenon of understanding and acceptance, the achievement of which requires personal dialogue. The Kazakh philosophy, by reconstructing the rich philosophical heritage of the Kazakh people, due to the free world philosophical hermeneutics heritage, determined the new opportunities and future directions of research. These include the philosophy of mutual understanding, the modern Turkic philosophy, planetary ethics, Islam phenomenology, Nomadic epistemology, the philosophy of Tengrianism, the Neofarabi studies, Kazakhstani Eurasianism. The findings showed that the active development of the global and national cultural and philosophical heritage is an essential tool for the growth of national consciousness; it creates the prerequisites for the rise of a new form of philosophy, which connects the global and national philosophical experience.
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Musical-Pedagogical Conditions of Preparation of Teachers for the Implementation of Innovative Process at Modern School
Dmitry A. Kovalev, Gulzada A. Khussainova, Svetlana T. Balagazova and Zhankul Tamarasar
pp. 3700-3708 | Article Number: ijese.2016.285
This article considers improvement of public morale, raising the emotional and aesthetic culture of young people, their patriotic feelings by providing the musical-pedagogical conditions of training future teachers for the implementation of innovative processes in modern school. The world science would benefit from using the Kazakh musical masterpieces, keeping in mind the fact that music broadcasts do not always meet quality standards, in other words, the world encounters similar pedagogical problems. The Kazakh musical heritage has significant aesthetic and spiritual potential and the highest degree of professional skill. It is able to speak to the mentality of other peoples and therefore, Kazakh scientists are able to realize their student teaching potential in cooperative intercultural dialogue. Practical significance of this study lies in describing the pedagogical experiment with the best samples of the Kazakh classical music. In addition, the described innovation, expressed in the use of computer programs for writing music data, editing and design of the notes, contains creativity elements within the framework of the teaching and learning process.
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Attribution of the Kazakh Traditional Dress in the Collections of the Russian Ethnographic Museum
Sholpan B. Kunanbayeva, Akmaral G. Ibrayeva, Hangeldy M. Abzhanov, Tlegen S. Sadykov and Kuralay O. Seitkazina
pp. 3709-3718 | Article Number: ijese.2016.286
The paper analyzes the collections of the Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (MAE RAS) and the Russian Ethnographic Museum (REM) (St. Petersburg, Russian Federation). Their study is of great importance both in the scientific-theoretical and practical aspects. In theory, their study is of particular interest, since at the turn of XXth century customs of the Kazakhs underwent dramatic changes, many traditions, which remained intact for centuries, were perceived as archaisms. The museum collections became the material and information basis, which could be used to reliably reconstruct the traditional way of life of the Kazakhs. The main objective of this paper is to study the collections of traditional Kazakh clothing (19th century), describing specific features of its national ornaments, comparison of modern and traditional ornamentation (19th century). Relevance of the problem being under study is amplified in the context of universal cultural globalization. Against this background, the uniqueness and originality of the Kazakh ethnic culture are threatened with extinction. This study reveals key tendencies related to the cultural impact of globalization on the ethnic and cultural identity of the modern Kazakh society by the example of studying national ornaments on traditional clothing. The authors conclude that some of the decorative motifs, presented in modern renovated clothes are applied incorrectly. The paper provides analysis of the factors that caused this phenomenon and recommendations to improve cultural background of the population.
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Traditional Felt in the Kazakhs Folk Art
Zhazira D. Zhukenova, Gulnar S. Soltanbaeva and Baikonir Izhanov
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This research investigates the history of culture of Turkic nations and analyzes the traditions of making felt products. The literary sources devoted to the semantic meaning of images on felt products is analyzed. Special attention is paid to the symbolic meaning of images on Kazakh felt products. The technology of felt manufacturing and the decoration process are presented. The connection between traditional and modern art is established. The value of this research is determined by its relevance not only for the Kazakh society, but also for all Turkic nations. The connection between these nations is established from the perspective of felt art. The peculiarities of signs and symbols of the Pazyryk carpet are investigated; its ritual origins and influence of the ornament is proven
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The research object is the activity-based learning theory. The purpose of the study is to prove the assumption that the subject-object approach as a direction of the learning theory is the most effective one in the context of development of modern paradigms of linguistic education. The authors believe that the main content of the learning activity should be the learning of generalized modes of action in the field of scientific concepts and the qualitative changes in the intellectual and psychological development of the student that occur on this basis. The design of the academic subject as an object of learning activity should put the student into an active position based on the principle of combination of theory and practice. The study investigates the essential difference of the learning problem from other problems, which lies in the fact that its goal and result is to change the acting subject, rather than the objects with which the learning subject interacts. The authors present a theoretical and conceptual model of developing linguistic competence, which is based on the subject-object approach as a direction of the activity-based learning theory.
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Professional Training of Social Workers: Development of Professionally Significant Qualities in the Future Social Workers
Nurlan A. Minzhanov, Gaukhar N. Ertysbaeva, Madina K. Abdakimova, and Pirmagambet Z. Ishanov
pp. 3746-3754 | Article Number: ijese.2016.289
Today, the traditional approach to professional training is obsolete. This problem has determined the need to create new didactic forms related to the organization of training in the modern education system. The purpose of this study was to analyze possible development of professionally important qualities and abilities in the future social care teachers through the role plays. The value of role plays lies in their diagnostic, developmental, training, correctional, educational and psychotherapeutic potential. Role plays provide development of personal and professional attitude of the future social worker, along with approximation to the chosen profession. Different types of role plays give the possibility to model quasi-professional situations, realizing the future propaedeutic socio-pedagogical activity of students. Role plays has a positive impact on the development of competencies related to social interaction: the ability to constructively resolve conflicts; competent communication with different groups of people; willingness to build tolerant relations with people of different nationalities, religions, ethnic groups, political and ideological convictions, etc. The use of role plays in the training of social workers provided deliberate and purposeful use of group therapy in practical activities as well as active learning methods, pedagogical correction and social diagnosis. It was important that the game fostered mastering diverse behaviours by students. Using various types of role plays in the psychological and pedagogical training proved to be very useful and promising for professional and personal development of the future social care workers.
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The Essential Characteristic of Safety as a Category of Right
Isita V. Muskhanova, Angelina V. Zyryanova, Vladimir I. Kurdyumov, Anna S. Pugacheva, Albina R. Shaidullina
pp. 3755-3763 | Article Number: ijese.2016.290
The relevance of the study is conditioned by the reassessment of the value of security as the basis for sustainable development of civil legal relations, ensuring the protection of the vital interests of the individual, society and state, as well as the preservation of civil peace, political and social stability in society. The purpose of the article is to give the safety’s essential characteristics as the civil law category. The leading methods are comparative-historical and comparative-legal. The empirical base of the research is the normative legal acts of the Russian Federation on security. Core findings include: historical stages in the understanding process of security’s essence are identified (antique, Christian, Reformation, Enlightenment, classical, neo-classical); Security’s essence is disclosed as the state of absence of danger and versatile process for protection of the vital interests of the individual, society and state from internal and external threats; the basic safety features are revealed (generality, comprehensiveness, universality, multi-functionality); the basic directions of the civil right safety regulation are distinguished. This study provides important findings. Firstly, security’s civil right regulation provides the legal protection of the vital interests of the rights’ entities in connection with the entry into the sphere of legal relations. Second, it is the basis to confront the external and internal threats to the vital interests of the individual, society and the state by legal tools. Third, it creates conditions for strengthening of the inviolability of state-legal system and order, evolution of right and the state to the social ideals. The paper Submissions can be useful for those who are engaged in legislative activities, legal practice, teachers of legal disciplines.
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Modern Functions of a Textbook on Social Sciences and Humanities as an Informational Management Tool of University Education
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The relevance of the study is conditioned by the changes in the content of socio-humanitarian education, aimed at the acquisition of knowledge, the development of tolerance, civic and moral education. The purpose of the paper is to identify the modern functions of a textbook on social sciences and humanities as an informational management tool of university education. The leading approach to the study is the functional-oriented approach, allowing identifying the functions of information objects and objective criteria for their evaluation. The study involves 350 teachers, 350 students who have expressed their demands to the functions of textbooks on social sciences and humanities, participated in the selection of the most effective books. The main results of the study are to identify the characteristic features (including in the contents of the scientific material in accordance with the teaching, educational, developing educational objectives, consistent and systematic knowledge presentation, the figurative representation of the educational material, the availability of multiple questions of different levels for self-control and Exercises for independent work) publications features (multilevel system of different types of books editions), functions (adaptation, systematizing, methodical, ideological, managerial) textbooks on social sciences and humanities. The significance of the results obtained is that the revealed characteristic features of the textbooks provide the unity of logical and rational, artistic and imaginative ways of presentation of knowledge; publications’ characteristic features - compliance with the requirements of state educational standards, training, educational, developmental objectives of the educational curricula, didactics of university education; functions - integration of cognitive, research and professional activities of students. Identified features of a textbook on social and humanitarian disciplines contribute to the formation of the students’ holistic humanitarian view of the world and reliability of higher education, which manifests itself in the awareness of the objective laws of the functioning society and its development trends.
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Implementation of Financial Sustainability in Organizations through Valuation of Financial Leverage Effect in Russian Practice of Financial Management
Svetlana I. Ashmarina, Anna S. Zotova and Ekaterina S. Smolina
pp. 3775-3782 | Article Number: ijese.2016.292
The article considers the need of ensuring the sustainable development of organizations in the unstable external environment; financial sustainability which is understood as the optimal structure of funding sources of a business entity is proved to be the most significant factor of sustainable development. The article proves that the index of financial leverage influences the enterprises capital structure which also has a great impact on financial sustainability of Russian organization. The index of financial leverage was analyzed according to the European approach and taking into account such indicators as differential of financial leverage and financial leverage shoulder which are proved to be the most significant in capital structure management for Russian production companies under the circumstances when financial resources become more and more expensive. The research work was done on the basis of financial analysis of one of the biggest Russian automobile company representing the main trends for the whole industry so it may be classified as a case
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From the 2008 to the 2014 Crisis: Response of the Labor Market of Russia’s Largest Cities
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The model of shift share analysis was improved to show that the foundation of economy’s transition to industrially innovational type of development is created at the local level in case of developing countries. Analysis of structural shifts in 28 large cities in 2008-2014 showed that the perspective of industrially innovational development is yet delusive – production sector and the sphere of human capital development are reduced. There’s outflow of employees into the service sphere and financial activities. That is an alarming tendency. The 2014 crisis might become rather long for Russia’s economy, and perspectives for transition to innovational type of development until 2020 remain delusive. In order to ensure transition to innovational type of development, it’s necessary to build corresponding structure of economy – primarily, in large cities of the country. They are the first to react to policy changes. Local authorities perform the most important role in this process. Calculations showed that municipalities are most sensitive to influence of crisis and measures taken by the government.
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Reflexive Processes in the Musician Performer’s Professional Activities
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The article attempts to identify the gradual development of the category of reflection as one of the driving factors of self-actualization, to reveal meaningful face value and basic directions of its multi-dimensional interpretation. The profiling property of a performer’s reflexive action acts as a basic psychological foundation in the professional activities of a musician, as skillful possession of musical material involves the search and selection of meanings in finding an appropriate embodiment. Interest in this subject should be considered as an attempt to uncover the deeper nature of reflexive processes of an actively thinking musician – a performer in professional work, to get to his reflexive consciousness in reliance on intelligent mechanisms of the creative nature of the person who devoted himself to art. Appeal to the reflexive process in a performing musician as dictated by the need to identify their specificity, understanding and grasp of the fundamental aspects of the study of properties of a reflexive thinking expert in their chosen profession.
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The concept of condition-based gas turbine-powered aircraft operation is realized all over the world, which implementation requires knowledge of the end-of-life information related to components of aircraft engines in service. This research proposes an algorithm for estimating the equivalent cyclical running hours. This article provides analysis of the existing methods of cycle counting and suggests a new original method. It implies consideration of two cycles related to the chain of extrema “max - min – max”. The first is the main simple loading cycle; another cycle is the additional from the minimum to the lowest extrema. It is assumed that the "global" minimum is known. The authors developed the algorithm aiming at allocation of separate simple loading cycles in a complex life cycle, implemented by using Visual Basic for Applications and Excel’97. The paper also provided the method of bad records rejection and evaluation of the stress-strain behavior of the main engine components – drive shafts, discs and blades based on regular measurements of temperature and pressure in the gas stream. These methods allow calculating the accumulation of damage on a real-time basis. The developed algorithms laid the foundation for an automated diagnostic system of an aircraft engine.
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Sergei V. Falaleev, Vladimir S. Melentjev and Alexander S. Gvozdev
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The paper presents a methodology which helps to avoid a great amount of costly experimental research. This methodology includes thermo-gas dynamic design of an engine and its mounts, the profiling of compressor flow path and cascade design of guide vanes. Employing a method elaborated by Howell, we provide a theoretical solution to the task of assessing the influence of the VGV blades’ angle of rotation on the characteristic of a compressor. The finite element model of a VGV blade helps to solve some problems of strength and tune-out of resonance in the domain of a compressor’s operating frequencies as well as the problem of determining the position of the pressure center and the location of a blade’s pivotal point. Cinematic and dynamic analysis of the control linkage of VGVs is carried out in a MSC.ADAMS package. The investigation is based on geometric 2D and 3D models, gas-dynamic and strength analysis taking into account geometrical nonlinearity and based on the finite element method. The study is also based on the dynamic analysis according to the Euler-Lagrange equation, which describes the behavior of mechanical systems comprised of markers and the Craig-Bampton method implying the theory of superposition of vibrational modes.
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Development of Distributed System for Electronic Business Based on Java-Technologies
Aliya Zh. Kintonova, Bakkaisha Z. Andassova, Madina A. Ermaganbetova, Elmira K. Maikibaeva
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This paper describes the results of studies on the peculiarities of distributed information systems, and the research of distributed systems technology development. The paper also provides the results of the analysis of E-business market research in the Republic of Kazakhstan. The article briefly describes the implementation of a possible solution to a distributed system based on Java-technologies. The topicality of the work is determined by the need of E-business development to increase economic investments, as well as improving the competitiveness of Kazakhstan in the world trade. The paper gives a brief description of the types of E-business, the concept of a distributed system, types of distributed software systems, distributed systems architecture analysis, logical software layers of distributed systems, as well as the analysis of distributed systems technology development and Java-technologies for the development of distributed systems. In addition, an example of a distributed system development in E-business is provided – a Java-based online store, as well as the description of the implementation of a distributed system, the software part and a hardware part of a distributed system, the description of the logical architecture for the online store, the structure and the operation of the system. Also, the name and address of the implemented distributed system are given, which is the result of a study of distributed systems and the implementation of Java-based distributed systems. The development of E-business requires the implementation of an information system for the promotion of goods and services. Today, E-businesses mostly use information systems with distributed structure. The implementation of Java-based distributed systems in E-business is one way of the E-business development in Kazakhstan. The results are applicable to the post-Soviet and developing countries, which include Kazakhstan, as the theoretical basis for the development of E-business.
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Zulkiya I. Namazbaeva, Gulzhan N. Dosybaeva, Zhanbol B. Sabirov, Ludmila T. Bazelyuk, Galiya K. Asanova and Imanali O. Baidaulet
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This study aimed to find out the dependence of myeloperoxidase content in patients living in the environmentally unfriendly region of Kazakhstan (Taraz), on the PCBs content in the air. During this study, 324 patients were examined to solve the clinical problem. The content of myeloperoxidase fluctuated significantly depending on the age of the experimental subjects. Statistically significant increase in the enzyme was observed in 23.0% of children aged 6-7 years, 33.4% of adolescents aged 14-17 years and 39.2% of adults aged 50-59 years. At the same time, significantly low content of myeloperoxidase was largely verified in children, adolescents, as well as in groups of the experimental subjects aged between 18-29 and 30-39 years. The largest number of people with low activity of myeloperoxidase was observed in groups aged between 40 and 49 years, which made 77.5% of the total. Research results showed significant inverse correlation between the low activity of myeloperoxidase and the PCBs concentration, which ranged from r = -0,55 to r = -0,91 (p <0,05). Therefore, the most significant correlation between the laboratory and hygienic indices was detected among subjects aged between 50-59 years (r = -0,9).
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Optimizing the Treatment of Acute Duct-Destructive Pancreatitis
Bazylbek S. Zhakiev, Uteugali G. Karsakbayev, Mersaid S. Kelimberdiev, Bodagoz M. Мuhamedgalieva and Aleksander F. Kоnonenko
pp. 3894-3906 | Article Number: ijese.2016.301
The search for new methods for treating duct-destructive pancreatitis is a relevant problem. Endogenous intoxication and oxidative stress that accompany acute pancreatitis often progress even after surgery, which forces one to search for additional possibilities of preventing these severe consequences. This research studied the effect of small doses of direct electric current and intravenous ozone therapy in combination with therapeutic omental pancreatic bursoscopy in the treatment and prevention of the infection of necrotic foci of the pancreas. The rate of postoperative complications in patients with infected pancreatic necrosis and the causes of death of patients with infected pancreatic necrosis were studied.
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Eugene S. Anichkin
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The article deals with reasons for formation, nature and specifics of the constitutionally legal policy of modern Russia. The special attention is spared to the exposure of the aim, long-term and short-term tasks, and principles of national constitutionally legal policy. The functions of constitutionally legal policy are separately considered: corrective, predictive, rationalitive, supportive, and integrative. The thesis is grounded on the presumption that constitutionally legal policy is found to be the phenomenon, as it attributes the certain features as follows, base and system forming character; special strategy; original maintenance; own priorities of realization; special principles; possibility of formation and realization not only at the federal but also at the regional levels. Special features of constitutionally legal policy are concluded to be the base type of Russian legal policy. Properties of constitutional and legal policy include: focus and balanced development; availability of own strategy; the possession of a set of characteristic features, main of which is the base position; determined character; totality; implementation by legal forms and by legal methods; the most close relationship with the state policy because of the high degree of politicization of constitutional law.
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Bakytzhan Kalymbek, Gulmira K. Shulanbekova, Ainur S. Madiyarova and Gulnaz Zh. Mirambaeva
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This article is devoted to the problem of veterinary safety of the countries under the Eurasian Economic Union. Animal health’s measures are provided in order to prevent the entry and spread of infectious animal diseases, including common to humans and animals, as well as goods not conforming to the common veterinary and sanitary requirements. Ensuring compliance with veterinary and sanitary measures rests on the shoulders of each member state, as well as their authorized agencies. The aim of the study is the veterinary conflicts’ review, which reveals the real face of veterinary safety in EAEU. The result of the study is estimation how the post-soviet countries’ (which are interested in EAEU) laws are ready to provide veterinary safety to their EAEU-partners. The research’s novelty is in psychological and economic discourse of the veterinary conflict’s nature in EAEU.
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The article contains a comparative analysis of constitutional and other legislative provisions that ensure a trade union’s right to define its own administrative structure in European states.
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The Psychological Competence of Police Officers in Confidential Cooperation with Citizens
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This research studied the psychological aspects of citizens’ assistance to law enforcement agencies on a confidential basis. The comprehensive observance of the psychological norms of cooperation is determined by the professional ethics of police officers, the necessity of nondisclosure of investigation secrets by citizens, and the security of the latter without compromising their constitutional freedoms. The research developed means of optimizing police-citizen cooperation, analyzed comprehensively the problems related to the psychological specificity of citizen involvement in confidential cooperation with special investigative agencies, the moral and legal aspects related to the operational methods in the activity of law enforcement agencies, and the psychological and pedagogical training of operational subdivision employees that work with persons who assist in preventing, stopping, solving, and investigating crimes on the confidential basis. By developing the communication and psychological competence of police officers, it is possible to provide for effective investigation that results in public security.
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Geologicаl History Of Eаst Siberiаn Seа Shelf
Aleksandr F. Safronov
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In our study we discuss the traditional and novel concepts of East Siberian Shelf origin with regards to the structure аnd composition of the Pаleozoic аnd eаrly Mesozoic sediments, coming to the surfаce on the Siberiаn Islаnds аrchipelаgo. The core idea is to summarize the existing concepts of East Siberaisn Shelf formation and to draw up the strong theory of its origin. We suggest that before the Middle Pаleozoic, the Siberiаn Islаnds аrchipelаgo (Novosibirsk unit) wаs pаrt of the Siberiаn crаton. The formаtion of the South Аnyui smаll oceаnic bаsin becаme one of the key events in the geologic history of this territory. Formаtion of South Аnyui smаll oceаnic bаsin is аssociаted with the Lаte Devoniаn-Eаrly Cаrboniferous rift genesis. During the Lаte Pаleozoic, the pаssive continentаl mаrgin wаs formed on the southern slope of the Novosibirsk unit. Аfter the closure of the South Аnyui Oceаn under the influence of Lаte Cretаceous stretching processes the rift system of the northwestern strike wаs formed, over which the Eаst Siberiаn bаsin wаs lаter formed.
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Bone-like Hydroxyapatite Formation in Human Blood
Anatoly T. Titov, Peter M. Larionov, Alexandra S. Ivanova, Vladimir I. Zaikovskii and Mikhail A. Chernyavskiy
pp. 3971-3984 | Article Number: ijese.2016.307
The purpose of this study was to prove the mechanism of mineralization, when hydroxyapatite (HAP) is formed in blood plasma. These observations were substantiated by in vitro simulation of HAP crystallization in the plasma of healthy adults in a controllable quasi-physiological environment (T = 37°C, pH = 7.4) and at concentrations of dissolved Ca and P ions that resemble those in the blood of healthy adults. Another objective of the study was to investigate the role of Mg2+, Na+Cl - and serum albumin, the main blood protein, in the formation of calcium phosphate. Mineralized aortic and mitral valves of the heart were obtained in operations on patients with rheumatic or septic acquired valvular disease. Macroscopic and histological analyses of these samples were conducted. Primary nanocrystals of HAP formed in the blood may take part in the mineralization of both cardiac valves and vessels. The penetration of HAP nanocrystals may be caused by breaks in the endothelium of blood vessels. The lowering of pH may result from substantial degradation in the valve tissue. The experimental data make it possible to conclude that albumin and Fetuin-A are structural proteins that are responsible for subsequent incorporation of HAP nanocrystals in newly formed bone tissue.
Keywords: Calcified tissue, hydroxyapatite, blood mineralization, scanning electron microscopy, heart valves
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Effects of Different Environment Temperatures on Some Motor Characteristics and Muscle Strength
Ergün Çakir, Selami Yüksek, Bülent Asma, & Erkal Arslanoğlu
pp. 3985-3993 | Article Number: ijese.2016.308
The aim of this study was determine the effects of different environment temperatures on motor characteristics and muscle strength. 15 athletes participated to study. Flexibility, vertical jump, hand grip-leg strength,30m sprint, 20-meter shuttle run and coordination-agility tests were measured in five different environment temperatures. (22°C, 10,5°C, 0°C, -5,5°C ,-11°C). Kolmogorov-Smirnov test was used to determine whether the data showed normal distribution. ANOVA was used to compare the data for normal distribution and Kruskal-Wallis-H test was used for showing not normal distribution. Additionally, Tukey test and Mann-Whitney U test were used for meaningful difference. The significance levels were taken as 0.01 and 0.05. Significant changes were found all measured parameters compared to cold environment and Significant differences were found in all motor scores except anaerobic capacity (p<0.05). In all sport activities done in hot environment, higher efficiency is obtained compared to those done in cold environment and therefore, performances of athletes increase depending on the environment temperature.
Keywords: Temperature, performance, motor characteristic, muscle strength
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