HUMANITARIAN RESEARCHES

Journal of fundamental and applied researches

2015: 2

Pervukhina S.V.
CREOLIZATION AS ONE OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF ADAPTED TEXT
7-10
Dosimova M.S.
THE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPTS «ЖЕНЩ?НА» AND «БАБА»
10-14
Lapteva M.L.
COMPARATIVE PHRASEOLOGICAL UNITS WITH ANOTHER CULTURE COMPONENT
14-19
Torbik E.M.
TACTICS OF ISSUE STATEMENT WITHIN INFORMATIVE-INTERPRETATIVE STRATEGY (EXAMPLIFIED IN PROJECT PROPOSAL)
20-26
Tinakina V.O.
DEFINITION OF THE LINGUISTIC PICTURE OF THE WORLD AND ITS VERBALIZATION IN THE FRAMEWORK OF INTERACTION AMONG CULTURES
26-32
Starodubtseva T.A.
THE CRITERIA FOR ASSESSING THE LEVEL OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY OF THE AVIATION SCHOOL CADETS’
32-38
Frolova Y.S., Amirkhanyan A.M.
THE IMAGE OF “THE ALIEN” IN THE MODERN POLITICAL MYTHOLOGY
38-47
Vasilieva J.., Zolotykh L.G.
LINGUISTIC-CULTURAL TYPE “PETERSBURGER” OF RUSSIAN LINGUISTIC MENTALITY
48-63
Kazieva D.A.
THE DISCOURSE OF THE MASS MEDIA AND INTEGRATED COMMUNICATIONS: SYSTEM OF CORRELATIONS
63-67
Barakhoevа N.M.
ТО THE QUESTION OF TOPOFORMANTS IN THE INGUSH LANGUAGE
67-70
Ryabtseva S.F.
IDEAL TWINS IN CARNIVAL ELEMENT OF “TWELFTH NIGHT” BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
71-76
Panova E.P.
ROLE LANGUAGE FAIRY-TALE FORMULAS IN THE LITERATURE FAIRY-TALE AND NOVEL OF Т. SLADKOV
76-80

DETECTIVE GENRE IN THE CONTEXT OF THE WORLD LITERATURE: REALISTIC MANNER OF NARRATION AND DETECTIVE FICTION
80-86
Borovskaya A.A.
THE HYBRIDIZATION OF GENRE’S FORMS IN THE SONG LYRICS OF N. KLYUEV
86-91
Kazieva A.M., Pliss A.A.
CAUCASIAN REALITY IN THE INTERPRETATION AS GRIBOYEDOV AND POETS OF THE DECEMBRISTS: MOTIVIC MEASUREMENT
92-96
Krasnova J.N.
THE MODEL OF FORMING CIVIL QUALITIES OF THE PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS BY MEANS OF THE MUSEUM PEDAGOGY
97-104
Prokhorova T.N., Lyapina M.V.
CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT CHILDREN ON THE LESSONS OF LITERARY READING
104-107
Prokhorova T.N., Sokolova N.P.
PROBLEMATIC SITUATION AS A MEANS OF ACTIVATION OF COGNITIVE ACTIVITY OF YOUNGER STUDENTS IN THE CLASSROOM READINGS
107-111
Prokhorova T.N., Ivashova O..
MORAL EDUCATION OF STUDENTS BY MEANS OF FINE ART IN EXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
111-115
Melnikova N.M., Bekmurzaeva A.S.
THE MORAL EDUCATION OF THE CHILDREN OF THE PRESCHOOL AGE
116-121
Bekkalieva A.S., Volinkin V.I.
NATURAL HISTORY EXCURSIONS AS MEANS OF FORMING OF ECOLOGICAL CULTURE OF JUNIOR SCHOOLCHILDREN
121-125
Alentyeva H.I., Kurbangalieva J.Y., Balbaeva A.E., Dubchenkova N.O.
ON THE INCLUSIVE EDUCATION OF CHILDREN WITH HIA IN THE SECONDARY SCHOOL
125-130
Satarova L.., Kurbangalieva J.Y., Alferova G.V., Smuseva T.L.
ABOUT PREPARING STUDENTS FOR THEIR PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY AS THE NOOSPHERIC EDUCATION
130-137
Prohorova T.N., Nurmuhambetova S.A.
TO THE QUESTION OF FORMATION OF COMMUNICATIVE READINESS TO ACQUISITION OF THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE AT STUDENTS OF NOT LANGUAGE SPECIALTIES
138-142
Prokhorova T.N., Rahimberdieva A.A.
THE PROBLEM OF CREATIVITY AND CREATIVE ACTIVITY IN MODERN PSYCHOLOGY AND PEDAGOGY
143-147
Dinh N.T.
STUDY INFLUENCE OF EXTERNAL FACTORS ON CREATIVE ABILITIES OF STUDENTS LIVING IN THE VOLGA REGION (RUSSIA) AND DELTA MEKONG (VIETNAM)
148-155
Zinalieva N.K.
FEATURES MOTIVES OF EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITY PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS
155-164
Taysaeva S.B., Sergeeva M.A., Gomyiranova O.N.
INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF STUDENTS WITH VARYING DEGREES OF SUCCESS OF PROFESSIONAL SELF-DETERMINATION
165-173
Zhizhimova T.N.
PERIOD OF MIDDLE ADULTHOOD
173-177
Cherepakhin V.A.
PROVOCATION CRIME OR CARRYING OUT INVESTIGATIVE MEASURES IN THE SHAPE TEST PURCHASES
178-183
Kiselev V.V.
THE MODERN PROBLEMS OF THE LEGISLATION IN THE SPHERE OF NOISE POLLUTION
183-188
Vlasenko M.A.
HISTORICAL AND PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF THE CORRUPTION PHENOMENON
188-194
Chertihina J.P.
CRIMINAL-LEGAL ASSESSMENT OF THE CRIME REGULATED ARTICLE. 318 OF THE CRIMINAL CODE
194-198
Kripakova D.R.
TO THE QUESTION OF THE ADMISSIBILITY OF EVIDENCE IN THE ARBITRATION PROCESS
198-202
Rezakov R.A., Podvoisky L.Y.
THE CULTURAL HERITAGE OF THE MULTIETHNIC REGION (the analysis of the publications of the specialized section in a scientific journal “The Caspian Region: Politics, Economy, Culture”)
203-218