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Jurij Malynovskyy, Natalia Petryshyn, Julia Malynovska, Andrij Oliinyk
Journal of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Volume 4; doi:10.15330/jpnu.4.3-4.88-94

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This article investigates the theoretical foundations of structural characteristics and the choice of business growth strategy as an important managerial factor of its effective operation. The approaches to strategy development are subjected to generalization. It is shown that strategy is the directing vector of factory management and its production and business operations in the modern globalized, dynamic and competitive market environment
I.M. Gasyuk, V.V. Ugorchuk, L. S. Kaykan, B.J. Deputat
Journal of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Volume 1; doi:10.15330/jpnu.1.1.73-79

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Anna Anna, Anna Reho
Journal of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Volume 1; doi:10.15330/jpnu.1.2-3.208-214

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The rapid tempo of social changes is inherent in the modern Ukrainian society that hasresulted in the actual and problematic personality socialization questions in preschool childhood.This period is exactly that sensitive period for the primary child world view formation,consciousness, social features etc. The stay in preschool educational institution plays an importantrole in preschool age child personality development.Transcarpathian region is the region situated on the southwest of Ukraine within the westernpart of Ukrainian Carpathians and Transcarpathian lowland. At about 80% of the region’s territoryis covered by the Carpathian Mountains. In accordance with the Ukrainian Law “On the Status ofMountainous Settlements in Ukraine”, until recently 192 settlements (31% out of the total quantity)belong to the mountainous. Volovets and Mizhgirya districts fully subject to the action of the aboveindicated law, while in other districts the portion of settlements with the mountainous settlementsstatus is presented from 13,6 (in Mukachevo district) up to 84,4 percent (in Rakhiv disctrict). In ourpublication we will pay attention to four mountainous districts of Transcarpathian region: VelykyiBereznyi, Volovets, Mizhgirya and Rakhiv districts. This publication presents the comparativestatus analysis of preschool age children support carried out by the preschool educationalinstitutions in Transcarpathian region in the period starting from the year of 2000 until 2013. In themountainous districts of Transcarpathian region the preschool educational institutionsestablishment, quantity of children in them and preschool institutions loading tendency analysis iscompleted.The distribution of preschool educational institutions as per children educational languages isgiven in this article.The above mentioned confirms, that in recent years, active attention has beenpaid to the new preschool institutions creation, namely in mountainous and half mountainousdistricts of Transcarpathian region. Also, the rising tendency of the number of children in theseinstitutions is observed. However, the need to expand the children coverage by preschooleducation is constantly felt.Allocation of children in permanent preschool institutions in accordance to their language ofeducation has been changed significantly; nevertheless it still does not satisfy the nationalminorities’ needs, due to the fact that it does not correspond to the quantitative composition ofmodern Transcarpathian population.
Natalia Semenova, Oleksandr Semenov
Journal of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Volume 1; doi:10.15330/jpnu.1.2-3.229-234

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Vasyliy Shykerynets, Andrew Gumenyuk
Journal of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Volume 1; doi:10.15330/jpnu.1.2-3.235-239

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The article deals with the nature, theoretical and methodological framework andresource base of ethnotourism in the Carpathian region. It examined the concept and componentsof ethnic tourism resources & analyzed their provision in the Carpathian region. Also the problemof development of ethnotourism was identified in this region.
Olena Bida, Lyudmyla Prokopenko
Journal of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Volume 1; doi:10.15330/jpnu.1.2-3.263-266

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Svitlana Romaniuk
Journal of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Volume 1; doi:10.15330/jpnu.1.2-3.305-310

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Rоksolyana Zozulyak-Sluchyk, Ulyana Ketsyk
Journal of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Volume 1; doi:10.15330/jpnu.1.2-3.320-323

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Oksana Kondur, Yuriy Kopchak, Liliya Kopchak
Journal of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Volume 1; doi:10.15330/jpnu.1.2-3.119-122

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Natural resources in the Carpathian region, favorable natural and geographicalconditions give preference to the development of recreational industry over other types ofindustrial activity that provides: employment of people in recreational region, development ofUkraine and the recognition of its economy internationally, positive impact on the formation ofindividual. This necessitates a systematic study of a wide range of organizational problems,recreational planning and creation of new management models for tourist activities.Modern development of the tourism industry is associated with such socio-economic factors: thegrowth of social welfare and the effective demand for tourist services; increasing demand forvacation and recreation; urbanization and globalization; communicational and humanitarianfactors; transformation of traditions, cultures and social consciousness; changes in the structure ofspiritual values; increased leisure time etc .
Journal of Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, Volume 1; doi:10.15330/jpnu.1.2-3.136-138

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The profit of involving calendar holidays in the process of school children bringing up isproved in the article. The author confirms that there are many good customs and rituals with deepbringing up content. Ethnic Hutsul traditions had symbolic meaning and contributed their moralbringing up. The number of examples about children's upbringing in Hutsul families is given here,which helps in training them to religious and secular traditions. It is also said about holiday rituals,where small Hutsul children were involved. A lot of Hutsul customs and rituals have already beenforgotten. But the author appeals to their renascence. The author is sure of it because customs andrituals form upbringing tradition, which proved its effectiveness during many centuries. Partly, itis important to meet children to new traditions of modern mountain schools of Hutsulshchyna(Hutsulland) to form true valuable orientation. Only this is the basis of the personality spiritualworld. The author proposes to reveal the celebrations of ancient traditions such holidays as:Christmas, Easter, Trinity. During these holidays Hutsul people tried to do a lot of charity things,helping sick people, visiting ill, and making mention of the departed. That's why it is importantthat the modern pupils of mountain schools not only new, but followed public calendar traditions.It has to be not only following certain ritual actions, but it has to be the ability to the spiritualperception of Hutsul cultural heritage.
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