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Enrichment Wastes’ Processing of Manganiferous Ores with the Use of Mechanochemical Methods
Sholpan N. Kubekova, Viktoria I. Kapralova, Gulnur T. Ibraimova and Aigul A. Batyrbayeva
pp. 3855-4869 | Article Number: ijese.2016.359
The aim of the research is the study of the chemical and phase composition of enrichment wastes of manganiferous ore in Ushkatyn-III deposit and the synthesis of new materials by mechanochemical activation and subsequent heat treatment of the mechanical activation products. The use of XFA, infrared spectroscopy and electron probe microanalysis showed that the main phase is spar CaCO3 (65 % wt). A number of silicophosphate materials were obtained based on these wastes by mechanochemical method in the two-phase system “enrichment wastes – phosphoric acid” with subsequent heat treatment of the mechanical activation products. In addition, it is shown that their solubility has an extreme character depending on the annealing temperature with a minimum at 600°C. These products can be used as fertilizer materials of prolonged action, as well as metal corrosion inhibitors for water environments.
Keywords: Ore, manganiferous ore enrichment, silicophosphates, mechanochemical activation, IR-spectroscopic analysis of enrichment wastes
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Images of the ‘Other’ with ‘Alien’ Ethnicity in the Conscience of Russian Population Living in Border Regions
Daria A. Omelchenko, Svetlana G. Maximova, Oksana E. Noyanzina, Maxim B. Maximov & Galina S. Avdeeva
pp. 3994-4004 | Article Number: ijese.2016.309
In the age of dense international relations, heightened by intensive migration flows and local ethnic identity strengthening, the study of social representations of ethnic ‘others’ in public consciousness permit to fulfill the evaluation of the current interethnic situation in the country, explore the latent unconscious groundings for ethnic roles differentiation. As was found in the psychosemantic research in four border regions of Russia, the images of the ‘Other’ are constructed and reshaped through interrelations between different social roles performed by a representative of the other nationality. The core of these generalized images relies on the evaluation of the potential risk and the threat to national security, ethnic conflicts and tension, social inequality, cultural and intellectual level. The self-perception of Russian citizens is contradictory, assembling paternalistic view on other nationality, national uniqueness and superiority with a low self-esteem. Regional mentalities differ from general representations and reflect peculiarities of social perception of their possessors.
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Methodical Approaches to Determine the Level of Risk Associated with the Formation of the Capital Structure in Conditions of Unsteady Economy
Maria V. Petrovskaya, Anna A. Larionova, Natalia A. Zaitseva, Natalya V. Bondarchuk & Elena M. Grigorieva
pp. 4005-4014 | Article Number: ijese.2016.310
The relevance of the problem stated in the article is that in conditions of nonstationary economy the modification of existing approaches and methods is necessary during the formation of the capital. These methods allow taking into account the heterogeneity of factors’ change in time and the purpose of the development of a particular company, thereby ensuring higher market value of the business. The purpose of this article is to develop a methodology for determining the risk associated with the formation of the capital structure in conditions of nonstationary economy. During the study, the authors used the methods of economic-statistical and factor analysis, economic and mathematical modeling, allowing to consider the problem as a purposeful and organized process and form the capital structure with the objectives of business development, the dynamics of changes in each component of the cost of capital, minimize total financial costs and risks to attract sources for the foreseeable future and to maximize the market value of the company. The methodology includes five stages: creation of a dynamic database of key macro and microeconomic indicators; the formation of the matrix of the risk reasons associated with the price of capital, the calculation and comparative analysis of factors affecting the cost of capital in a period of time; establishing a weighted average cost of capital and its components for the planning period and determining the degree of influence of each component on the price change of capital and total risk level. The proposed methodology of the evaluation of the capital structure can be used in conditions of nonstationary economy for companies engaged in activities at the expense of their own and borrowed funds, considering the cost of capital by the current time
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Development of Creative Potential of Cinema Tourism
Elena A. Dzhandzhugazov, Elena L. Ilina, Aleksander N. Latkin & Anna I. Kosheleva
pp. 4015-4024 | Article Number: ijese.2016.311
The relevance of the problem indicated in the article is caused by the fact that under current conditions it is necessary to offer high-quality and demanded tourist products, formed at the combination of various industries on the basis of wide application of creative potential of different industries, including tourism and cinema, a harmonious conjunction that opens a new area of tourist activity –cinema tourism.The purpose of the article is to examine the role and significance of the creative potential to develop cinema tourism, to work out typologies and identify the key characteristics of cinema tours. The leading method to the study of the problem is the method of sociological research and modeling, allowing on the base of analysis of consumer preferences emphasize the key characteristics of the movie, which will be proposed as the cinematographic basis for creating a project of a new cinema tour.In the article the classification and the original typology of cinema tours are presented, on the basis of sociological research the specific peculiarities of building route of different types of cinema tours are emphasized, practical examples of the most popular cinema tours formed on the cinematographic basis selected as a result of the principles and approaches identified during the research are discussed. The article submissions may be useful for members of the scientific and educational community concerned with the problems of exploring the possibilities of application of creative potential, as well as for representatives of the tourism business developing niche products of cultural tourism.
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The Study of Axiological Orientations of Kazakh Diaspora, Living Abroad
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Considers the lines of development for ethnic-national values as the driving force of the Kazakh nation’s multiethnic society, characterizes ethnic and national value orientations inherent in the representatives of the Kazakh nation based on a comparison of value orientations of Kazakh living in Kazakhstan and abroad, determines the dominating value orientations that are the basis for the identification of the representatives of the Kazakh nation. The research determines the content, character, and efficiency of ethnic-national values, which significantly depend on the formation conditions of the multiethnic society. The results of the conducted factor analysis allow concluding that the value structure of Kazakhstan’s main ethnic group and that of foreign Kazakhs is multifaceted and has certain similarities and differences. Foreign Kazakhs’ values focus to the search for meaning in religion, faith, destiny, and spirituality; alongside this, foreign Kazakhs value the sense of community and wellbeing, which reflects their collective values and manifests in the balance and harmony with themselves and other people. The Kazakhs who live in Kazakhstan are characterized by individual values, what allows determines the most important value what for their his family and financial status, while collective and social values, in this case, are of secondary importance.
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The Interrupted Intercourse in the Election Communication: Pragmatic Aspect
Olga K. Andryuchshenko, Gulnara S. Suyunova, Bibigul Dz. Nygmetova, Ekaterina P. Garanina
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The article provides analysis of the interrupted communication as part of the communication in the election discourse. The authors explored the most typical reasons for the interrupted communication in the electoral discourse analyzed communication failures as a kind of ineffective communication. Communication failures are presented as a result of interrupted communication, which may be determined by several reasons. The paper disclosed the key reason of these failures - the intention of the speaker - the reluctance to continue the conversation for one reason or another. The communication failures in terms of the election discourse were typical largely for the election debate, characterized by the impossibility of predicting future responses, uncomfortable questions that often required non-standard speech decisions on the part of the speaker. The study established the relationship between the ability of a politician to maintain effective communication and the creation of his positive or negative political image. Psychological causes of interrupted speech present a separate group: the emotional state of the speaker, his perception or non-perception of the opponent, the ability to transfer the required opinion in an expressive way.
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On the Origins, Stages and Prospects of the Kazakh Philosophy
Yerlan B. Sydykov, Abdumalik N. Nysanbaev, Valikhan T. Tuleshov
pp. 4054-4064 | Article Number: ijese.2016.314
Perception of a single chain of the Kazakh history as the history of their ethnic consciousness and self-awareness, and not as a history of the events or stories of artefacts presents the most important political task, which could be solved only through the metaphysical, philosophical synthesis of views from the primitive to modern times. The article discusses the history of the Kazakh philosophy from the inception of the native-nomadic worldview - Tengrianism. The article aims at justifying the need to examine the national philosophy to strengthen national independence. Research methodology is based on the dialectical and metaphysical approaches. As a result, modern Kazakh philosophy is a complex and highly organized spiritual energy structure. One should use consciously and effectively the diverse theoretical and ideological content of the Kazakh philosophy. In a metaphorical sense, there is a need to disclose the personal and moral sense of philosophy to the nation. In this case, empirical validity of each of its representatives will not lead to tragic consequences for the state independence. Research results indicate the importance of studying the Kazakh national philosophy in the context of globalization. Studying traditional, national philosophy provides the possibility to enhance national, cultural and historical identity, which in turn will enhance state independence.
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Ranking of the Ecological Disaster Areas According to Coliform Contamination and the Incidence of Acute Enteric Infections of the Population in Kyzylorda Region
Mariya N. Omarova, Lyazzat Zh. Orakbay, Idelbay H. Shuratov, Asiya T. Kenjebayeva, Aizhan B. Zhumagalieva, Ainur B. Sarsenova
pp. 4093-4103 | Article Number: ijese.2016.317
The paper is devoted to monitoring the environmental coliform bacteria (CB) contamination (soil and water) in the environmental disaster areas in the Kazakhstan part of the Aral Sea Region and ranking districts by their level of contamination and the rate of gastrointestinal infections (GI). The research was done in environmental disaster areas (Aral District, Kazaly District) and environmental crisis areas (Karmakshy District, Zhalagash District, and Shieli District) in the Kyzylorda Region. The areas were ranked in terms of CB contamination level and GI rate in descending order. The bacterial composition in the gathered water samples showed that the greatest number of contaminated samples was found in the Aral District and an insignificantly smaller number of contaminated water samples were found in the Shieli District. A combination of various microorganisms (by two or three species) was found in most studied samples of soil and water, while the total microbial count ranged from 2.1 to 6.7. The obtained results show that the rankings of areas by E.coli contamination and GI rate coincided or were very close, but weakly correlated with the severity of the environmental disaster.
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Tatiana Rogulenko, Svetlana Ponomareva, Anna Bodiaco, Valentina Mironenko, Vladimir Zelenov
pp. 4104-4117 | Article Number: ijese.2016.318
The article suggests methodical approaches to the budgeting-based organization of internal control, determines the tasks and subtasks of control that consist in the construction of an efficient system for the making, implementation, control, and analysis of managerial decisions. The organization of responsibility centers by means of implementing budgeting is suggested with a view to ensuring the stable work of independent educational institutions under the conditions of their partial independence. The goal of the development and implementation of a budgeting system is to create an instrument for the efficient organization of the activity management of an institution and its structural units by planning, controlling incomes and expenses, and analyzing economic and financial indicators.
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The Implementation of the Program Personnel Support
Tatyana Veynbender & Svetlana Vershinina
pp. 4118-4132 | Article Number: ijese.2016.319
The article contains analysis software products used in the preparation of professionals through which they can realize themselves in this industry. The aim of the study is the analysis of personnel petroleum education in specialized university. The result is a sociological study on the question of the need and importance of personnel support petroleum and geological formations; the rating of Russian universities, which train specialists in the oil and gas industry training. Discussed the main programs of dynamic simulation solutions for training through new information technologies. Also developed projects to train teachers in new software system that will enable them to improve skills and to improve teaching methods. The principles of structural balanced educational programs and advanced training for educational global networks of production, trade for direction of personnel training. The article includes an analysis of universities that focused on high-quality training to working professionals. The novelty of the research is analytical survey realization personnel program support.
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The article highlights the need to establish and apply organizational and economic mechanisms that contribute to strengthening moral and ethical components in management. Emphasis is put on the issue of interactions within a company which lays a foundation for value management of socio-economic systems. It is shown that present-day business management is a system of managing the relations among various interested parties, i.e a system of managing the creation of value. It is substantiated that value management is the embodiment of values within a company on the basis of common and consensual corporate values that are shared by all the employees. It is revealed that interactions cannot be evaluated only on the basis of economic outcomes; social aspects of interaction are no less important. The results show that in the process of its functioning a company must create value for all its participants, and this is what helps it develop and enhance its stability. The practical value of the research is that it justifies the creation of a system of management which takes into account the main characteristics of interaction among its participants. Furthermore, the study examines the transition to a new ideology of corporate strategic management
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Theoretical Issues of the Constitutional Regulation Mechanism
Guldaray B. Zhussupova, Rassul T. Zhailyaubayev, Symbat K. Ukin, Sylu M. Shunayeva, Rachit G. Nurmagambetov
pp. 4146-4153 | Article Number: ijese.2016.321
The purpose of this research is to define the concept of “constitutional regulation mechanism”. The definition of the concept of “constitutional regulation mechanism” will give jurists and legislators a theoretical framework for developing legal sciences, such as the constitutional law and the theory of state and law. The research investigated the main attributes of the constitutional regulation mechanism. The methodological framework of the research included the systems, historical-legal, and axiological approaches, classification, and systems-structural analysis.The concept of “constitutional regulation mechanism” is defined as a set (system) of constitutional means of influencing objects of constitutional regulation for the purpose of ordering, normal functioning, development and protection of fundamental social relations in accordance with the constitutionally set goals of the society and the state.The conclusions of this research may be used for the theoretical development of constitutional law.
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The Origin of a Jury in Ancient Greece and England
Dmitriy Yu. Tumanov, Rinat R. Sakhapov, Damir I. Faizrahmanov, Robert R. Safin
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The purpose of the study is to analyze the implementation of the democratic principles in the court and judicial process in the trial by jury by the example of the history and development of this institution in Russia. The authors used different methods and approaches, in particular, historical, systemic and Aristotelian method, concrete historical approach and rather-legal analysis. The paper assessed significance of the historical experience related to the organization and activities of the jury as a guarantor of successful implementation of democratic principles in the criminal trial, with regard to the international experience. The authors conclude that jury trial has its ancient roots, however, this modern phenomenon is taken from England. The research findings may be useful for future explorations on the origin of a jury by historians, philosophers and lawyers etc.
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Monitoring of the Abrasion Processes (by the Example of Alakol Lake, Republic of Kazakhstan)
Ainagul Abitbayeva, Adilet Valeyev, Kamshat Yegemberdiyeva, Aizhan Assylbekova, Aizhan Ryskeldieva
pp. 4164-4174 | Article Number: ijese.2016.323
The purpose of the study is to analyze the abrasion processes in the regions of dynamically changing Alakol lakeshores. Using the field method, methods of positioning by the GPS receiver and interpretation of remote sensing data, the authors determined that abrasion processes actively contributed to the formation the modern landscape, causing the occurrence of landslide processes due to trimming coastal cliffs. It influences the dynamic mode of coastline, which currently stands in the sea or in the form of capes in the areas of solid rock, or juts out into the bay with a beach by narrow pebble beaches. The results showed that the lakeshores retreated to 60-100 m (from 1990 to 2015). The suggested method of installation reefs may help to increase bio-productivity, to perform the functions of self-purification of sea water and to reduce the process of destruction of the shores of Alakol lake.
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Formation of Various Competencies in the Process of Training the Future Music Teachers at the Present Stage
Dmitry A. Kovalev, Gulzada A. Khussainova, Svetlana T. Balagazova, Tamarasar Zhankul
pp. 4175-4183 | Article Number: ijese.2016.324
The article is devoted to professional training of future music teachers. Based on the analysis of domestic and foreign studies, the authors proved the importance of studying this problem and focusing on different pedagogical aspects. The study of this topic in general shows that the process of training the future music teachers has its own characteristics associated with the development of professional culture in the future music teachers, the development of their motivation for this profession. More specifically, the study focuses on the development of theoretical models describing development of music performance competence in the future music teachers. The effectiveness of professional development of the future music teachers depends on professional competence, determined by a continuous musical and pedagogical education. The experimental study focuses on specific features of undergraduate training of the future music teachers, as well as on the analysis of their problems in terms of their cultural identity and the development of student self-esteem. The paper also provides analysis of professional competence development strategies through archival documents in the teachers’ portfolio.
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Kazakh Symphonic Kuy - the Counterintuitive Convergence of Traditions
Marlena T. Kokisheva, Diana Y. Mahmood, Gulnar A. Begalinova, Galiya Z. Begembetova, Valeriya E. Nedlina
pp. 4184-4193 | Article Number: ijese.2016.325
The research is devoted to a particular genre of Kazakh classical music - Symphonic kuy. This article is the first attempt to understand not the phenomenon of kuy itself, but its belonging to a certain historical era and culture, therefore reflecting their characteristic properties. The area of Kazakh ethnic music is little studied yet, as is the issue of specific historical origins of the interaction between European and Kazakh traditions. Particular attention is paid to a number of controversial issues, such as the ambiguity of the genre of kuy, cultural complexity, the variety of forms of “Symphonic kuy”. Still, the comparative analysis is of great scientific interestconcerning the ways of development of the Kazakh traditional music. The appearance of kuy as a cultural phenomenon of musical and linguistic canons determined the “language” character of this study. It means it is not aimed at the search for individual uniqueness of music, but at the principles and code of kuy’s musical organization.
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The Formation of the Foundation of Academic Writing
Gulnar K. Ismagulova, Olga N. Polevayа, Gaukhar Z. Balgabayeva, Mergul S. Kulakhmetova, Dameli E. Kapanova
pp. 4194-4204 | Article Number: ijese.2016.326
The relevance of the problem under investigation is caused by the fact that in the context of the modernization of the education system one of the main tasks of higher education is the formation of the students’ key competencies. The article aims to compare the model of higher education in Kazakhstan and abroad, reveal the differences and identify a number of problems that must be solved for the formation of key competencies of academic writing. The leading approaches to the study of this problem are the survey of products of students’ activity, questioning, interview and the method of statistical processing of results. An analysis of the theoretical and methodological literature allowed to formulate the concept of academic literacy and to determine the level of readiness for the academic activities of students in pedagogical high school. Materials of this article may be useful for the students of pedagogical high school as the result of the interviews with the students of Kostanay State Pedagogical Institute has shown the need to introduce a special discipline in the educational process for the development of academic skills.
Keywords: Academic writing, academic literacy, scientific and research activity, scientific community, formation of academic writing skills
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Balzhan Shilibekova, Bakyt Syzdykbayeva, Sayat Ayetov, Rina Agybetova, Assel Baimbetova
pp. 4205-4217 | Article Number: ijese.2016.327
Kazakhstan has a great tourist potential, but it is still partly fulfilled. That is why very important to find the weakness in the state’s policy and to develop this industry in the best way. The aim of the research is to formulate a hypothesis with regard to the possible content of measures to improve the strategic planning and marketing methodology in relation to the specific nature of entities within Kazakhstan inbound tourism industry, recreational potential of Kazakhstan and objectives of its development set forth by the Government of Kazakhstan. As the main method of research were chosen the data collection and its further analysis. The primary data were collected by polling managers of the companies-members of Kazakhstan inbound tourism industry, who had previously participated in the development of strategies and/or in the strategic management process. The characteristic features have been analyzed and the reasons for the systemic imperfection of analytical procurement, related to strategic planning processes in marketing, have been identified. The article represents the results of the poll among the managers of companies involved in Kazakhstan's inbound tourism industry which was conducted by the authors. It is suggested that the use of multi-agent technologies as a new conceptual approach to solving the problems of analytical procurement concerning marketing strategy should be employed.
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Rasul M. Akutaev & Guseyn B. Magomedov
pp. 4218-4228 | Article Number: ijese.2016.328
The relevance of the research of this problem is caused by the theoretical and practical needs of a specific concept of the crime object as one of the corpus delicti signs essentially the determining and defining its object and objective side, thereby – the nature of socially dangerous act. Besides, being a facultative sign of corpus delicti, the object of a crime contains in more than a half of the crime components provided by the Special Part of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. The purpose of article consists in research of the most problematic issues of an object of a crime and on the basis of critical understanding of the existing definitions of the search term to offer our own definition of the crime object. The basic methods of research were formal-logical, historical, systemic, structural and comparative - legal methods which have allowed to consider the evolution of the views of legal scholars to the search term and to distinguish the criminal legal concept of crime object from the related concepts and from the Criminal Procedure notion of «the injured person. In article the object of a crime is provided not as a thing of a material world, including only inanimate objects but as more difficult phenomenon, the certain material and (or) intellectual substratum characterizing, and sometimes determines the other elements and features of a crime, illegal impact on which or in connection with which (concerning which) a real threat is caused or a real threat of substantial harm to legally protected public relations (personal benefits) is inflicted. The study results are of practical value for teaching staff, which lead lessons and specialized courses of the criminal law cycle, and also have some importance for law enforcers in the legal assessment of the offense, the qualification of crimes, delimitation of object of a crime from methods and tools of its commission.
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Violation of International Conventions Relatively to the Treatment of Prisoners of War During the First World War
Gulzhaukhar Kokebayeva, Kadyrzhan Smagulov, Gulnara Mussabalina
pp. 4229-4240 | Article Number: ijese.2016.329
This article attempts to address the issue of prisoners of war through the prism of international law. The object of research is the work of the Commission to investigate the Entente’s complaints of violation of Hague Convention on Treatment of Prisoners of War by German authorities. After the armistice, the governments of the Entente sent notes to the German authorities on allegations contrary to international law actions in German POW camps. The study analyses the problems of war prisoners’ life at the time, particularly their lifestyle, pastime, ceremonies, work, food. Also paper investigates the laws, introduced during ground warfare by the Hague Convention, as well as considers the position of war prisoners in Germany. The new German government (Council of the People's Deputies) set up a commission to investigate the claims of the Entente. During the First World War, all countries kept the international law relating to the treatment of prisoners of the war. Separate violations of articles of the Hague Convention of 1907 based on the objective reasons, they were not connected with the general thrust of internal policy of belligerent states.
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Language Politics in the Republic of Kazakhstan: History, Problems and Prospect
Aiman Z. Zhumanova, Bibigul A. Dosova, Amanbek N. Imanbetov, Rymbek M. Zhumashev
pp. 4241-4253 | Article Number: ijese.2016.330
The research aims at global analysis of language politics in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Using comparative historical method and method of actualization, the authors examine achievements and shortcomings of the language politics of the Soviet state in order to understand the modern language situation in the Republic. The results show that one of the problems arising in the process of language politics imThe research aims at global analysis of language politics in the Republic of Kazakhstan. Using comparative historical method and method of actualization, the authors examine achievements and shortcomings of the language politics of the Soviet state in order to understand the modern language situation in the Republic. The results show that one of the problems arising in the process of language politics implementation is descent of government control in approved legislative acts fulfillment and in ineffective financial funds granted by the state budget for actions in the field of language politics disbursement. In general, the authors have drawn a conclusion that country's language policy is not effective enough. The study determines the optimal way of improving the country's language policy is the maintaining of the balance between intention to raise the status of Kazakh language and state support for other ethnic languages in the Republic. The practical value is that the study may be asked for comparative analysis of language politics pattern of Republic Kazakhstan and other countries. The submissions also can be regarded as a basis of practical recommendations for language politics improvement.plementation is descent of government control in approved legislative acts fulfillment and in ineffective financial funds granted by the state budget for actions in the field of language politics disbursement. In general, the authors have drawn a conclusion that country's language policy is not effective enough. The study determines the optimal way of improving the country's language policy is the maintaining of the balance between intention to raise the status of Kazakh language and state support for other ethnic languages in the Republic. The practical value is that the study may be asked for comparative analysis of language politics pattern of Republic Kazakhstan and other countries. The submissions also can be regarded as a basis of practical recommendations for language politics improvement.
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Searching Ways to Improve the Exam as Forms of Control at a Vocational School in the Conditions of Modernization of Russian Education
Ekaterina V. Artamonova, Jhanna I. Aytuganova, Elena V. Grigoryeva
pp. 4542-4563 | Article Number: ijese.2016.331
The relevance of the investigated problem is caused by the objective necessity of construction of the Russian examination practice, taking into account the leading trends in the education system development, where student-activity approach advocates the dominant, and insufficient development of this issue in both the theoretical and methodical plan, based on the primary focus of the examination content on reproductive component, does not dock with the modern educational realities. Objective of the research: to develop and pedagogically substantiate the didactic conditions and means of improving the examination control procedures at a vocational school in the conditions of modernization of Russian education, drawing on diagnostically specified learning objectives and focus on personal characteristics of the student. Leading approach to the study of this problem was the holding of a retrospective analysis of the literature on the quality control of the educational process, the analysis of the actual state of the problem of examination quality control of preparation of students of professional institutions in theory and practice, with the purpose to identify the didactic conditions and means of improving the examination control in a vocational school. The author's version of pedagogically-based examination procedures in a vocational school in the conditions of modernization of education is represented in the article, developed on the basis of the revealed didactic conditions (diagnostic mission objectives, focus on level and student-activity approaches, reflected in the structure and content of the exam, correcting pre-exam training) and means (typology of examination tasks, complex advisory activities). The article represents practical significance for using by vocational school teachers in the process of organizing and carrying out the examination; researchers in the field of vocational training in the study of problems related to the examination control.
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Monitoring of Working Conditions and the Nature of their Influence on Health of Students and Academic Staff
Mikhail V. Vinichenko, Andrey V. Kirillov, Elena V. Frolova, Olga V. Kaurova, Sergey A. Makushkin
pp. 4564-4577 | Article Number: ijese.2016.332
The relevance of the research is conditioned by the need to win the competition struggle by certain organizations and area in general. Education has recently become very popular for the training of highly professional staff. However, achieving this goal is possible by means of creation of favorable working and learning conditions, maintaining health of the teaching staff and students. Therefore, the present article has the purpose to reveal the issues of monitoring of working conditions and the nature of their influence on the health of students and academic staff of Russian State Social University (RSSU). The main approach, implemented in the study has been the system one, giving the opportunity to study the problem in the logical relationship. Also, there has been used the method of comparative analysis, based on the comparison of the results of content analysis of documentary data of the university and sociological survey. The paper reveals the nature of the impact of working conditions on the health of students and teaching staff. There is a dependence of the increase in the incidence of the academic staff and the duration of the university renewal. Scientific and methodological recommendations for the formation of working and learning conditions, favorable for health of students and professors have been working out.
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pp. 4578-4586 | Article Number: ijese.2016.333
The purpose of the research is justifying didactic possibilities of the use of network services for the organization of information for the learning environment of college, where students carry out their project activities, and where effective networking between students and teachers takes place. The authors consider didactic possibilities of network services for their applications at each stage of the project activity: search and research, design, presentation, reflective. The use of the following services is justified: sharing media materials, hypertext; services of co-editing text documents, spreadsheets, presentations; service of sharing maps and charts; on-line imaging service. During network project activity a developing information environment is formed. The analysis showed effectiveness of the creating of a shared information educational environment in college based on network services and the possibility of organizing productive project activities of students and full networking between students and teachers in this environment. The materials can be used in any educational organization, forming an open information environment for the organization of project activity of students. The continuation of the study validates the use of different models of organization of project activities.
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Psychological and Pedagogical Support of Teenage Inmates of Children's Village
Alia M. Muhanbetzhanova, Svetlana M. Bakhysheva, Asylbek S. Irgaliev, Ruskanim S. Kinghekova, Shynar T. Gabdrahmanova, Ludmila G. Kolesova
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Anar Alimbekova, Marziya Asylbekova, Raziya Karimova
pp. 4610-4616 | Article Number: ijese.2016.336
In recent years in psychological and pedagogical sciences there is a trend for increase of interest in studies of students’ potential in higher education institutions, because it is the major factor affecting development of student’s inner potential. Majority of works in this field deal with the issues of study of student’s personal potential, however the problem of leadership potential development in students (i.e. the question of development of leadership qualities directly within education space of a pedagogical university) is understudied, especially concerning students of pedagogical departments. Theoretical and methodological basis of the research is the analysis of psychological and pedagogical understanding of leadership as a phenomenon of development of leadership skills in students. The article contains the results of the theoretical analysis of leadership potential development in student’s personality within education space of a pedagogical university, define the structure of student’s leadership potential, study the content of the process of leadership potential development within education space of a pedagogical university. The study describes conditions for effective development of leadership skills.
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Gaziza B. Shoibekova, Sagira A. Odanova, Bibigul M. Sultanova, Tynyshtyk N. Yermekova
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The present study comprehensively analyzes vowel harmony as an important phonetic rule in Turkic languages. Recent changes in the vowel harmony potential of Turkic sounds caused by linguistic and extra-linguistic factors were described. Vowels in the Kazakh, Turkish, and Uzbek language were compared. The way this or that phoneme sounded in the Proto-Turkic language and the way it sounds now in each specific language was investigated. The common and distinguishing features of phonemes were specified based on concrete facts. The specificity of sounding of key vowel phonemes was analyzed with regard to the findings of prominent phoneticians. It was found that of the compared languages, only the Turkish and the Kazakh language preserved the classic eight Proto-Turkic vowels. Certain signs of vowel harmony were characterized – tree types of vowel opposition: by backness – front, back, central, by labialization – unlablialized-labialized, by roundness – narrow, wide, and medium. Thus, it is possible to see the full picture of the phonemic spectrum of vowel functioning in the Turkic languages under consideration by distinguishing the common trends in changes at the current stage of linguistics with regard to the specificity of each individual language system.
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The article deals with a set of economic, social and psychological factors that result in decrease of birth-rate and render the market incentives in overcoming depopulation of Russia inefficient. Doubts about the appropriateness of Western models, which are being continuously and ineffectively adapted to Russian reality by researchers from Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States, call for attempts at finding solution within the framework of social constructivism. Analytical sessions and a sociological research into circumstances and considerations, which are perceived as those impeding the realization of the reproductive potential of Russian women, helped to lay down the conceptual statements on the formation of new strategies aimed at inclusion of reproductive labor in the process of social production. Ascertained were the specific social-psychological and medical factors that influence reproductive processes and can bring about considerable demographic changes.
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Nurturing and Testing Translation Competence for Text-Translating
Karlygash Adilkhanovna Aubakirova
pp. 4639-4649 | Article Number: ijese.2016.339
The article analyzes the problems of contemporary professional education. As its instance, we examine the developmental scheme for training professional translators. Optimal ways of organizing the learning process are suggested from the point of view of the competence approach, which is widely recognized for training a modern specialist.
The article demonstrates the present-day relevance of the translation profession and the importance of raising expert translators, who possess such a professional quality as a translator’s competence. In this article, we analyze different points of view on the concept of “translation competence”, as given presently in both national and foreign scientific literature. However, the PACTE-model is specifically highlighted.
The problems of developing criteria for the translation quality control are studied, as regards to the translations that future professional translators perform in the process of learning. The article presents various opinions of foreign scientists on the systems of assessment and on the criteria for evaluating the quality of translation services. These systems form the basis for the suggested complex of criteria for the quality control and assessment of translations from Russian, which combines different approaches to assessing translation, and which proved to be productive when used in the process of translators training.
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Development of Innovative Business Model of Modern Manager’s Qualities
Elena V. Yashkova, Nadezda L. Sineva, Angelika A. Shkunova, Natalia V. Bystrova, Zhanna V. Smirnova, Tatyana V. Kolosova
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The paper defines a complex of manager’s qualities based on theoretical and methodological analysis and synthesis methods, available national and world literature, research papers and publications. The complex approach methodology was used, which provides an innovative view of the development of modern manager’s qualities. The methodological background of the research are theoretical and methodological analysis and synthesis methods of available national and world literature, conceptual analysis of issue-related research papers and publications; study and generalization of both national and foreign developments and introduction of projects regarding actualization of manager’s effective activity; the use of generalization, comparison, forecasting methods. The carried out research made it possible to distinguish a number of factors, which will have the major effect on managers’ innovative entrepreneurial activities in the coming decade. Management as a social and economic phenomenon is under constant development – going to the future, and every efficient manager should accordingly improve himself. Therefore, today not only the level of professional training but such components of the profession as innovations and creativity, which are business advantages, important economic recourse and intensive economic development condition, become characteristic of manager’s activity. They’re defined as abilities to reveal and encourage employees’ creative and innovative ideas. These aspects are reflected in the development of innovative business model of modern manager, each component of which is a key and independent element. Special attention is paid to the creative and innovative component of the suggested model. The suggested model might be used in order to create a manager’s unique image and lead the company he manages to a long expected result.
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On the Development of Professional Competence in Students of Creative Pedagogical Specialties
Patima Makhashova, Asylbek Meirmanov, Zhaxybek Zhunusbekov, Orynkul Makasheva, Elmira Mirzaliyeva, Almagul Ermuratova, Janat Sakenov
pp. 4660-4668 | Article Number: ijese.2016.341
The relevance of the topic revealed is caused by necessity to update the organization of professional activity for pedagogical higher education institution on a competence-based basis, creating conditions for developing the corresponding professional competences in students of creative pedagogical specialties. The paper addresses the structure, content, organization and methodology of developing the professional communicative competence of future specialists in creative pedagogical specialties. The basic components to provide integrity for an educational process that increases the efficiency of training students and aims to support their personal development are described. The article explains the dynamics of the process of developing professional communicative competence and integrating the proposed system into the educational process as well. The Model for developing professional competence in students of creative pedagogical specialties is developed and experimentally verified. Results and the conclusions gained during research might be used while developing substantial and procedural modules on creative disciplines.
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On the Students’ Ability to Use Digital Educational Resources
Aigul Z. Saliyeva, Fatima N. Zhumabekova, Bayzhuman B. Kashkynbaу, Gulmira Saurbekova, Danara Tauasarova, Darkhan Toktarbaev, Janat Sakenov
pp. 4669-4679 | Article Number: ijese.2016.342
The study covers the issue of students’ ability to use digital educational resources in their professional activity in which reflects their future professional work. Levels of students' readiness to use digital educational resources in their professional activity are identified. The Model of students’ ability to use digital educational resources in professional activity is experimentally proved. The authors have shown that in recent years the Internet has captured most of the spheres of life of persons, and has become an integral part of life. It was revealed that the democratization of the world's online users opened the cultural environment in which they are, regardless of their interests, can find a place to socialize with friends with the same interests all over the world. For the proper implementation and application of E-learning as the authors see a need to explore these concepts and its features, a clear definition of E-learning elements and realize its significant advantages compared with traditional learning. Implementation of the developed Model allows to optimize process of professional training in higher educational institutions
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Model of Formation for Readiness to Work within Inclusive Education in Teachers
Zulfiya A. Movkebayeva, Indira A. Oralkanova, Bagdat M. Mazhinov, Aitolkyn B. Beisenova, Oksana G. Belenko
pp. 4680-4689 | Article Number: ijese.2016.343
The whole civilized world commonly practices including of all the children into educational system regardless on their abilities or cultural and social status. In this context there is a topical issue of creation of a social environment within an educational institution that shall allow a child to fulfil him/herself, to feel inner connection with the world around, to realise his/her importance for the world. The objective of this research is to model the process of formation of readiness in teachers of elementary school to work within inclusive education. The article describes basic parameters of professional and physiologic readiness of elementary school teachers to inclusion of a child with special educational needs into educational process: new conception thinking, ability to realise personal and social value of work with children with special educational needs, readiness to continuous learning and self-development. In order to create effective ways of training teachers to work within inclusive education the methods of theoretical analysis and synthesis were used. The results of the study might be used in preparation of teachers to work in inclusive schools is a complex and systematic work, including professional selection of applicants to the pedagogical specialty and the inclusion of psychological and pedagogical disciplines with information about inclusive education.
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Tatiana V. Korsakova, Elena A. Chelnokova, Svetlana N. Kaznacheeva, Irina B. Bicheva, Antonina L. Lazutina, Tatyana V. Perova
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This article is devoted to the problem of corporate culture transformations which are conditioned by changes in social-economic situation. The modern paradigm of knowledge management is assumed to become the main value for forming a new vision of corporate culture. The starting point for transformations can be found in the actual corporate culture of the company. In the paper the selection of corporate culture concepts according to the modern paradigm of economics is carried out. New approach to the study of the corporate culture based on the analysis of available typologies is established. Reflection is chosen as the method for probing of the current status and potential possibilities of changes of corporate culture. The concept of "intermediate type of corporate culture" is substantiated. Within the frame of practical experiment the influence of hidden factors upon the process of corporate culture transformation is established. The expediency of diagnostics of corporate culture for its further transformation is substantiated.
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The article presents the results of the first series of practical research within the scope of an adopted program of pilot testing on “The Technology of Formation of Exploratory Competence in Future Social Teachers within the System of University Education”. A set of questionnaires offered to students made it possible to identify the initial condition of formedness of exploratory competence of future social teachers, which helps to choose correctly the most efficient methods and techniques for its proper formation. It was found out that the students interviewed lack cognitive and professional motives, and do not have a clear idea about scientific activities and their place in a social teacher occupation. However, a considerable amount of respondents have positive attitude to exploratory activity, which means a material opportunity for fostering exploratory competence in future social teachers within the system of university education.
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The Problem of Socio-Psychological Adjustment of Personality in the Scientists’ Studies
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Instability and unpredictability of the present stage of social development make the study of social and psychological adjustment of personality to the social environment a highly topical issue. The article presents the results of an empirical research on social personality adaptation. Evident is the close relations between social and psychological adaptation and socialization of the personality, which both may be considered an indicator of maturity of personality and a high level of development of personal activity and subjectivity. Having applied the method of theoretical analysis, which helped to explore the «social and psychological adaptation» notion, the authors carried out an experimental study showcasing the need for working out programs of psychological content and orientation that are aimed at optimizing adaptive processes. The research results attested to the particular importance of proper social and psychological adaptation in adolescence. The approbated program of empirical research of social and psychological adaptation proved to be fit for a wide use in experimental practice.
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Valentine S. Lee, Ainakul B. Tumanova, Zhanat H. Salkhanova
pp. 4716-4728 | Article Number: ijese.2016.347
The article studies theoretical issues of modern anthropocentric paradigm of scientific knowledge from the history of anthropocentric linguistics development as a special field of language science. The purpose of this study is to answer the question about human influence on the semiotic system. The material result is the unification of specific approaches to anthropological linguistics subject. Therefore, approach based on linguistics solved the problem of establishment of the human’s linguistic nature, his language world. Conversely, the anthropocentric approach in focused on the person as a subject of speech activity that implements his communicative intentions in certain speech acts oriented to the world of semantics and mental human activities. Offered situations are examined on the actual material of the Russian language, which was analyzed from the standpoint of cognitive semantics. The problematics of anthropological linguistics, therefore, is not new and there are no sufficient grounds to consider it firmly established and generally accepted direction; only obvious trends are outlined, therefore it is better to talk about it as a linguistic paradigm having its own background in linguistics and closely related to other related sciences’ issues.
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Bekzhigit K. Serdali, Gulmira Sh. Ashirbekova, Zhazira Isaeva, Pakizat M. Adieva
pp. 4729-4738 | Article Number: ijese.2016.348
This study considers the possibility of using headings in periodicals as a functional mechanism for influencing the readers, which has corresponding goals and tasks. The study offers a detailed characterization of headings not as a unit of publishing and printing design, but as a conceptual and informational element in journalistic texts. Therefore, headings are studied in close relation to publications and their influence on the recipient. The study determines the features of the headings’ information load, their design and conceptual-semantic direction. The most important functions of newspaper headings were analyzed. The reasons for considering them both as an architectonic structure that predetermines and affects the information content of the entire newspaper and as an individual productive unit that forms its own conceptual load and determines the perceptional reserve of the newspaper were outlined and substantiated. The key characteristics that allow determining the level of information presented in newspaper headings were described – they play the main and secondary role in the conveyance of notions and facts that are important to the recipient. The influence of headings on the readability of the periodical and its competitiveness in the formation of the public opinion was noted.
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Determination Motive Through the Prism of the General Concept of the Motives of Human Behaviour
Roman V. Veresha
pp. 4739-4750 | Article Number: ijese.2016.349
This research studies the problems of defining the concept of motive of crime in terms of the psychological concept of motives of human behavior. The purpose of this research is to define the motive of crime (which is yet undefined in spite of the longstanding existence of criminology) and to improve existing scientific theories regarding the motive of crime. The research found that the definition of the motive of crime should include all its distinguishing features: awareness, decisive importance of human needs during the satisfaction of human desires, the correspondence of motives with the set goal, the publicly dangerous nature of actions, motivated is such a way, and the incurrence of criminal responsibility as a result of such actions. This research defines the concept of motive of crime as a conscientious encouragement to achieve the goal, determined by personal needs, which is publicly dangerous and brings criminal responsibility. This subject is of scientific, theoretical, and practical importance, since it offers a comprehensive term that can be used fundamentally in criminology. The novelty of this research is that the definition of the motive of crime concept includes the definition of the motive of behavior and activity, which is offered in psychology, legal psychology in particular, and the main elements of a crime.
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Basis of Criminalistic Classification of a Person in Republic Kazakhstan and Republic Mongolia
Kanat S. Abdilov, Baurzan T. Zusbaev, Erlan A. Naurysbaev, Berik A. Nukiev, Zanar B. Nurkina, Erlan N. Myrzahanov, Galym T. Urazalinc
pp. 4751-4759 | Article Number: ijese.2016.350
In this article reviewed problems of the criminalistic classification building of a person. In the work were used legal formal, logical, comparative legal methods. The author describes classification kinds. Reveal the meaning of classification in criminalistic systematics. Shows types of grounds of criminalistic classification of a person. Identified and substantiated grounds of classification of a person in criminalistics. On the basis of conducted research by the author, it is proposed to insert changes in the previously used definition of the first-order basis of classification of a person in criminalistics. The author analyzed and showed correlation between criminal law of republic Kazakhstan and republic Mongolia with the goal to make a parallel of a second-order basis of criminalistic classification of a person. Contained conclusions can be used in the work of law enforcement authorities to increase in efficiency, and also during specialists training in disclosure and investigation of crimes in juridical educational establishments. Correctly made criminalistic classification will help to make reforms in prevention, investigation and disclosure of a crime.
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Confession and Carrying Into Execution of Foreign Arbitration Courts’ Decisions: Reciprocity and Public Policy
Salima A. Sarina, Aigul A. Nukusheva, Kassym S. Kalmagambetov, Zhanara T. Kumysbekova, Elena V. Nesterova
pp. 4760-4767 | Article Number: ijese.2016.351
The article contains a comparative analysis of foreign arbitration courts’ decisions, ensuring the reciprocity and public policy. The aim of the study is to explore such aspects as reciprocity and public policy of arbitration courts. The result is the view of the public policy, despite its apparent irrelevance in today's Kazakhstan, which is of fundamental importance in the examination of cases in Western countries. The article also carries the example of the court's decisions in Kazakhstan and the UK, their reciprocity and public policy. In other words, the execution of Kazakhstan arbitral decisions in another country is a necessary condition and basis for the execution of arbitral decisions of other countries in Kazakhstan. The article also examines the confession and carrying into execution of arbitral courts’ decisions. In addition, it was revealed that the arbitration court is a non-state court. It is elected by the parties of the dispute, or by those, to whom the parties have entrusted this choice. The novelty of the research is the comparative analytical overview based on foreign arbitration courts.
Keywords: Reciprocity, public policy, arbitral decision, confession, execution, arbitration agreement
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Social and Legal Aspects of the Educational Support of Adolescents with Deviant Behavior
Mukhtar A. Tolegen, Bolat A. Seriev, Ualikhan A. Akhatov, Baurzhan R. Taubayev, Talgat T. Balashov
pp. 4768-4781 | Article Number: ijese.2016.352
The purpose of the study is to consider the problem of the organization of working with adolescents with deviant behavior through the development and implementation of their psychological and pedagogical support based on student-centered and system approaches. Holistic application of components of psychological and pedagogical support (diagnostic, developmental and correctional) we consider as an open system that interacts with the social environment. The authors determine that modern models of deviant behavior correlation ought to focus on creating the conditions that allow the child to build their own system of relations with the world, other people, himself and independently to overcome difficulties; moreover, they should include reflexive and analytical approach to the process and the result of psychological and pedagogical support. Experienced and experimental work on the implementation of psychological and pedagogical support of adolescents with deviant behavior in secondary school allowed us to make a conclusion about the effectiveness of using a specially designed program of psychological and pedagogical support of adolescent with deviant behavior with a view to its correction.
Keywords: Deviant behavior, correction of adolescents, psychological development of the individual, programs of psychological and pedagogical support, diagnostics of psychological abnormalities
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Contemporary Development Trends in Administrative-Legal Relations in the System of Administrative Justice
Aynur A. Abdikerimova
pp. 4782-4789 | Article Number: ijese.2016.353
The purpose of the study is to determine the main contemporary development trends in administrative-legal relations in the field of administrative justice. In order to examine theoretical and practical issues of modern administrative justice, normative legal acts identifying the relations in the system of administrative justice in the Republic in Kazakhstan have been reviewed. The analysis of international experience showed that administrative justice was not a punitive, but an advocacy institution. Furthermore, in examining the essence of the judiciary as a constitutional category, the authors consider its components: administration of justice, judicial control, interpretation of the active legislation on the basis of case studies and case law analysis, and formation of the judiciary. The submissions may be useful for historians, lawyers and legislators as a basis of investigations on reforming the administrative law of the Republic of Kazakhstan and formation of new administrative institutions for successful implementation of judicial reform
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About the Influence of Population Growth, Unemployment on the Crime Situation in the Cities of Astana and Almaty
Ainagul Karipova, Oxana Voznyak, Yester Babajanyan, Abzal Serikbayev, Zhauhar Kozhantayevab
pp. 4790-4800 | Article Number: ijese.2016.354
The objective of the study is to draw an analogy with the criminological aspects of unemployed migrants’ delinquency in Astana and Almaty, based on the example of the criminal US cities, to develop a solution on the basis of the information received and solutions to emerging conflicts. The article presents solutions in order to improve the efficiency of social and legal control over unemployment and migration flows. The article reviews the main causes of crime, and the comparative analysis between the level of crime and unemployment has been undertaken. There were given recommendations how to normalize those aspects and improve crime situation in the cities. The author raises the question of migratory flows, their importance for the economy and the urban crime. Recommendations for improving the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the migration service were given as well as ways of proper managing and administering migration flows. The paper provides the theoretical recommendations for combating unemployment and improving the lives of migratory flows in order to solve conflict situations and reduce the impact of crime on the basis of the received data about given cities of Kazakhstan.
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The Role of Nutrition in the Biological Adaptation of the Medieval Population of the Cis-Ural Perm Region (Archeological and Anthropological evidence)
Natalya B. Krylasova, Natalya G. Brykhova, Natalya D. Burova
pp. 4812-4824 | Article Number: ijese.2016.356
The aim of this article is to reconstruct the nutrition system of the medieval inhabitants of the Perm Territory located in the western foothills of the Ural mountain range. The investigation is built on a comprehensive analysis of archeological sources available and on the basis if anthropological materials with involvement of radioactive tracer analysis. As a result of the measures taken within this examination it is possible to conclude that grain crops played a minor role in the diet of the medieval population of the Cis-Ural Perm Region, who relied predominantly on protein-rich food. The research is built on a comprehensive analysis of archeological sources and anthropological materials involving initial results of radioactive tracer analysis which was conducted on the territory under investigation. We have primarily examined the materials from burial grounds of the period when hoe agriculture was prevalent. The conclusions drawn from the anthropological and isotope analysis are in compliance with the notion that this kind of agriculture was low-yield and that grain crops played a minor role in the diet; protein-based foods dominated.
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The Impact of Migration Processes on the National Security of Kazakhstan
Saipzhamal S. Korganova, Mirash Y. Taubayeva, Serik A. Sultanov, Saule Zh. Rysbayeva, Valida I. Sultanova, Madiyr U. Zhumabekov, Mavluda K. Raximshikova
pp. 4825-4833 | Article Number: ijese.2016.356
The purpose of this study is to analyze the impact of migration processes on the national security of Kazakhstan. However, it should be noted that national security is an expression of national interests and it is provided by means of resources and efforts of a particular state. Consequently, social security is an expression of the public interest, which may coincide entirely, partially or may not fully coincide with public interests. Social security can be provided through the state, public institutions and structures.
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Turakbai Zh. Umbetov, Akzhenis K. Berdalinova, Akylbek B. Tusupkalieyv, Arip K. Koishybayev, Karaman Ye. Zharilkasynov
pp. 4834-4843 | Article Number: ijese.2016.357
According to the WHO data, preeclampsia develops during late pregnancy in 2-8% of women. Preeclampsia is a major cause of maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality, therefore, the study of the morphological features of placental complex, taking into account gestational complications in postpartum women with severe preeclampsia is an important factor for finding the optimal treatment during pregnancy. The study was conducted on a placental complex (placenta, umbilical cord, fetal membranes) obtained from 24 pregnant women (10 pregnancies without complications, 14 with severe preeclampsia) of the first maternity home in Aktobe city. Paraffin histological sections were stained with hematoxylin - eosin and by using Van Gieson's stain. In the presence of severe preeclampsia, villi walls of separate blood vessels are sclerotic; sometimes vessels are dilated and filled with blood. Areas of eosinophilic accretions on the surface of the chorionic plate increased significantly, up to 15,9 ± 0,6%, areas of Langhans fibrinoid contacting terminal villi - up to 15,3 ± 1,2%. Rohr area on the basal lamina increased up to 21,1 ± 1,1%, along with increase in the number and area of decidual cells - up to 11,3 ± 1,14%. There was an increase in the number and area of terminal villi, up to 4,6 ± 0,45%. Arterial blood vessels of the umbilical cord lost annular invagination rolls into the lumen of the vessel. The study showed consolidation and infiltration of cellular elements of the fetal membranes. In response to strengthening of the destructive processes (inflammation, apoptosis), one could observe more pronounced compensatory and adaptive processes in the form of strengthening fibrinoid barriers aimed at eliminating defects of the fetoplacental barrier and at increasing the number of terminal villi, in the development of placental insufficiency.
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Pavel V. Bulat & Mikhail V. Chernyshev
pp. 4844-4854 | Article Number: ijese.2016.358
The aim of the research is to create the classification for shock wave triple configurations and their existence regions of various types: type 1, type 2, type 3. Analytical solutions for limit Mach numbers and passing shock intensity that define existence region of every type of triple configuration have been acquired. The ratios that conjugate intensities of three shock in triple configuration and flow turn angle on them are presented. The transition (boundary) shock wave triple configurations have been reviewed. The acquired results can be used to design shock wave structures with set properties in detonation engines, air collectors, technological plants, when analyzing shock wave influence on objects during an explosion. Triple configurations of type 1 are used in internal compression air intakes that are based on interaction of oncoming shocks. Triple configurations of type 2 can be found in supersonic gas jets, at Mach reflection of shock and detonative waves from solid walls. Triple configurations of type 3 are used in supersonics multishock air intakes of external or mixed compression.
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The article analyses problems of processing black oil fuel and addresses the possibility of increasing the depth of oil refining by a new processing scheme. The study examines various methods of increasing the depth of oil refining reveals their inadequacies and highlights a need to introduce a new method of processing atmospheric and vacuum residues by initiation a reaction of cracking by ambient oxygen. We identify the main physical and chemical parameters of source materials and reaction products. We used a continuous flow reactor with an active volume of 1,5 liters and a continuous supply of oxygen which allowed us to process up to 3 kg of feedstock per hour at temperatures of up to 5000С and pressure up to 10 atm. The conducted experiments using initiated cracking showed the possibility of a substantial increase the yield of light fractions (up to 50-70%), which is substantially higher than yield of these products on existing installations of thermal cracking. On the basis of experimental data we propose creating an industrial installation which would allow to considerably increase the depth of oil refining without significantly changing the existent technology while also preserving the flexibility and the cost-effectiveness of the process.
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Genetic Potential of Winter Wheat Grain Quality in Central Asia
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The grain quality of winter wheat varies significantly by cultivars and growing region, not previously differentiated by end-use (baking, confectionery, etc.) in the national breeding programs. In these conditions it is advisable to determine the genetic potential and analyze the actual grain quality. Determining the genetic potential requires the cultivars classification by grain hardness and composition of the HMS and the LMS glutenin. The most of winter wheat cultivars from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and CIMMYT are classified as “hard” and “semi hard” (62-95% in different blocks), characterizing them as baking wheat in the respective regions. The “soft” grain samples were also detected in small amounts ranging from 2% (Tajikistan) to 11% (Kazakhstan). Varieties are ranked by the HMS-glutenin from 10 (max) to (min) 4 point Payne scale for quality and by the LMS-glutenin from 5 to 1. The genetic potential of breeding material was determined by composition of the glutenin subunits as high level (75-80%). Several cultivars classified as “soft” –Batyr, Komsomolskaya 103 (Kazakhstan) and new registered cultivars Konditerskaya. It is therefore important not only to identify potential quality, but also its implementation in the specific growing conditions of the region
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Methodology of Diagnostics of Interethnic Relations and Ethnosocial Processes
Svetlana G. Maximova, Oksana Ye. Noyanzina, Daria A. Omelchenko, Maxim B. Maximov & Galina C. Avdeeva
pp. 4885-4893 | Article Number: ijese.2016.361
The purpose of this study was to research the methodological approaches to the study of inter-ethnic relations and ethno-social processes. The analysis of the literature was conducted in three main areas: 1) the theoretical and methodological issues of organizing the research of inter-ethnic relations, allowing to highlight the current methodological approaches and principles of organizing such studies; 2) studies of ethno-social processes in multiethnic societies, which determined the strengths and weaknesses of different research designs; 3) the current state of inter-ethnic relations in different regions of Russia, which has allowed to develop criteria for determining the areas in which such researches will be most topical. The data systematization and conceptual synthesis method have contributed to the development of a new methodological basis for inter-ethnic relations and ethno-social processes research in modern Russia. The developed methodological basis will allow to conduct a comprehensive, high-quality and timely evaluation of the processes of ethno-social and inter-ethnic relations. Such diagnostics, in turn, will contribute to the effective prevention of interethnic conflicts in multi-ethnic regions of modern Russia.
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Pavel V. Bulat and Konstantin N. Volkov
pp. 4894-4909 | Article Number: ijese.2016.362
In this article we reviewed the main concepts of detonative combustion. Concepts of slow and fast combustion, of detonation adiabat are introduced. Landmark works on experimental and semi-empirical detonation study are presented. We reviewed Chapman–Jouguet stationary detonation and spin detonation. Various mathematical model of detonation wave have been reviewed as well. Works describinig study of the instability and complex structure of the detonation wave front are presented. Numerical methods, results of parametric and asymptotic analysis of detonation propagation in channels of various forms are reviewed. It is shown that initiation of detonation is the main problem. Its various possible forms have been discussed. Laser ignition of fuel-air mixture was discussed separately and potential advantages of such initiation were demonstrated.
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The Problem of Absolute Knowledge. Metaphysics as Intellectual Intuition in Classic Modern European Philosophy
Tatyana V. Torubarova
pp. 4910-4920 | Article Number: ijese.2016.363
Classic modern european philosophy explicate, reflect; leaving own history in fundamental metaphysical position, where the existence is understood as conscience. This position is representative in the process of historic development, transition of philosophical thought from R. Dekart to G. Hegel. It appears exactly the field of key metaphysical constants constitution and historically of definite form of scientific knowledge, that appeal to life the new line of philosophical coordinates and life values. The aim of research was an analysis of fundamental metaphysical position of modern European philosophy, which related to understanding the existence as conscience, acquiring a classical expression and ending in the problem of absolute knowledge – as intellectual intuition. Metaphysics of absolute knowledge obtain it’s specific refraction and essential articulation in a context of the problem of intellectual intuition. Metaphysics of German idealism in a face of it’s representatives, already recognize itself as “epochal” in the history of formation and systematic implementation of absolute spirit. History appears as a process of formation of the spirit of metaphysical thought, i.e. as a permanent and essential form of the development of Absolute knowledge system. In the process of research of intellectual intuition genesis as a metaphysics of mind, as a science hypothesis of research come out thesis, that the result of classic modern philosophy , resumed in the G.Hegel’s system, represent itself as a reflection of Absolute knowledge division on conceptual knowledge and intuitive sense, and following transfer of metaphysical principles of Absolute knowledge about world in fundamental science.
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Kainar K. Kaldybay, Turganbai K. Abdrassilov, Muratbek M. Myrzabekov, Aybek S. Beysenov & Kalamkas A. Pazylova
pp. 4921-4930 | Article Number: ijese.2016.364
The purpose of this article is to show the views of the major schools of Buddhism towards the notion of an individual in Buddhism. The problem of the human person in Buddhism is reflected through the perception of human desires and aspirations as the sources of “suffering”. Essential Buddhism is not only a religion or philosophy – it is also a school of psychology. The concept of identity in the basic schools of thought in Buddhism can be adequately understood only in the perspective of Buddhist soteriology. The article substantiates the position that attitude to the ontological status of the essential core of the person is the main differentiating feature, which separates Buddhist schools in philosophically and psychologically and determines their soteriological features. The concept of personality was examined in six main directions of Buddhism. Special attention is paid to specific attitude to the identity in Prasangika school of thought. As the result of comparative analysis, tendencies of the development of personality concept in Buddhism were established.
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Government Strategic Support for Investment Activity
Assiya N. Turekulova, Lyazzat K. Mukhambetova, Almagul S. Doshan, Baurzhan N. Issabekov, Gulbakyt K. Chimgentbayeva & Aliya Zh. Turegeldinova
pp. 4931-4940 | Article Number: ijese.2016.365
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Network Reputational Risks of the Educational Institution
Zakir Z. Bekturganov
pp. 4941-4953 | Article Number: ijese.2016.366
Development of the global information space is the basis of change in the educational paradigm and the formation of the world market of educational services. Traditional educational institutions face new challenges and risks that undermine their competitiveness. This implies the emerging phenomenon of online reputation risks, with significant regional characteristics. This paper first examines the emergence of online reputation risk for the Kazakh education. It shows how particular risks of educational institutions multiply the risks of reputation as regards regions and the country overall. Countering online risks and the positive e-reputation development should be part of a unified governmental and educational strategy. Empirical data justified the need to include the program of online reputation development into the strategic development plans at the level of local educational institutions.
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Psychologic-pedagogical Conditions for Prevention of Suicidal Tendencies among Teenagers
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pp. 4954-4966 | Article Number: ijese.2016.367
Aim of research – to develop complex of psychology-pedagogical conditions, directed on prevention of suicidal tendencies among teenagers. On analysis basis of scientific literature authors disclose main causes of suicidal behavior in adolescence. To confirm science veracity of advanced theoretic assumptions, describes experiment, conducted on basis of middle schools in Kostanay cities of The Republic of Kazakhstan. In it took part 300 pupils at age of 10-16 years. Results of approbation of methodics, oriented on development of value orientations system, communicational and organizational skills and abilities, showed an increase of maturity level of teenagers vitality in experimental group. Thus, proposed program can be used in modern psychology-pedagogical practice with aim to prevent formation of suicidal tendencies among teenagers.
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World Classics in Kazakh Theater at Early Stage of Development
Zhanagul S. Sultanova, Anar K. Yeshmuratova, Yelik Nursultan, Saniya D. Kabdiyeva and Yerkin T. Zhuasbek
pp. 4967-4975 | Article Number: ijese.2016.368
The research work deals with the practices and specific features of Kazakh theater, especially with the specifics of the director's decisions on performances based on European and Russian classical drama. The authors determine that the experienced directors from Russia were invited in order to influence the professional development of Kazakh novice actors. Furthermore, based on the views of theater critics, the study reveals the positive and negative aspects in the development of Kazakh theater. The authors have focused on different versions of performances of Shakespeare in Kazakh theatre, particularly "Othello". The practical value is that the research findings can be a basis of future investigations on the Kazakh theater development and the influence of Russian culture on this process.
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