International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Social Science

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ISSN / EISSN : 25449338 / 25449435
Current Publisher: RS Global Sp. z O.O. (10.31435)
Total articles ≅ 154

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International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Social Science; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ijitss

Наталія Семергей
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Social Science pp 31-34; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ijitss/31032020/7015

The article is devoted to the analysis of modern historiography concerning the place and the role of literature and art in the rise of Ukrainian national and cultural revival of the second half of the ХІХth – the first third of the ХХth century. It has been found out that historians consider the works of writers, poets, linguists, artists of Ukrainian theater, music, fine arts as a key factor and simultaneously a manifestation of the rise of Ukrainian national and cultural movement. It has been revealed that consideration of the literary and artistic component of national revival in close relation to social and political processes is common to modern historiography. Historians believe that Ukrainian artists formulated the slogans of state and national independence of the Ukrainians in a figurative and metaphorical form, and ensured these slogans dissemination to the general public. Attention is drawn to the fact that in the historiographical discourse particular attention has been paid to the study of the place and the role of literature and arts in disseminating the Ukrainian language, Ukrainianization of the social, cultural and everyday spheres of life of contemporary Ukrainian nation. Conclusions are drawn that the spread of the Ukrainian language by means of literature and art has played a significant role in the development of Ukrainian self-awareness and the formation of value and cultural foundation of national identity.
Дарвішов Н. Р.
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Social Science pp 24-30; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ijitss/31032020/7014

This article examines the study of decision-making dispositions of substance addicts. The input study model included 21 disposition, that could be categorized as: decision-making styles, personal dispositions and time perspective profile. The study sample consisted of 60 individuals with diagnosed substance addiction. An exploratory factor analysis (EFA) method was used to identify interconnections between decision making dispositions. Four factors of the decision-making process were identified and described: “stress interference”, “stimulation focus”, “spontaneity”, “reflexivity”. The results have been compared with the most common concepts of decision making, particularly, with a two-component decision-making system, and revealed the specifics of the decision-making process of substance addicts not only through individual dispositions but also from a systematic perspective.
Наталія Лопатинська
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Social Science pp 3-11; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ijitss/31032020/7011

Article reveal practical need for integration and accumulation of the knowledge in neurology, neurophysiology, neuroanatomy, neurochemistry, neuropsychology, neuropsycholinguistics for reorientation of modern logopedic practice in a narrow-disciplinary discipline. An attempt has been made to generalize the multidisciplinary research of scientists and practitioners devoted to the problems of the search for neurostimulation technologies. Author's disclosure of the experience of using modern neurostimulation technologies: neurophysiotherapy, neuroacoustic, neurologic is becoming a particular relevance. According to the results of the dynamics analysis of electrophysiological, psychological and logopedic indicators after the practical introduction of neurotechnology, positive changes in the functional state of the brain were confirmed, which contributed to the activation of the neural networks of the speech and communicative mechanism. It is generalized that the use of neurostimulation technologies in preschool-age children with different types of speech dysontogenesis is a new step in optimizing the process of children speech correction and a prerequisite for further use of classical techniques of speech therapy and steps in reaching the maximum possible results.
И. В. Мазур
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Social Science pp 12-18; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ijitss/31032020/7012

The article considers the importance of program documents in the process of formation and establishment of the basic principles of the methodology of research activities of the first quarter of the twentieth century. The study of the features of the collection, recording and systematization of folklore- ethnographic material in this temporary period made it possible to clarify the features and specifics of collecting activities. Based on the study of the analysis principles of collection, records and studies of folklore and ethnographic material. The main methodological principles have been identified and identified, which the foundation of the region is considered as for further research and development of Ukrainian musical folklore of the first quarter of the XX century.
Дубініна Віра Олександрівна
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Social Science pp 19-23; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ijitss/31032020/7013

The possibilities of philosophical hermeneutics in connection with the problems of interpretation and understanding of metaphors are examined. The hermeneutic method and its use in the analysis of specific semantic formations is associated with the concept of metaphor, which can be considered as the most important component of hermeneutic discourse. The metaphor and its capabilities are an essential characteristic of language and speech activity, reflecting the creative nature of our consciousness, the very structure of rationality. Various theoretical approaches to understanding metaphors are analyzed.Criticism of metaphors continues to the present. It seems to many researchers that metaphors, trails, idioms are illegitimate children of knowledge, rationality, and language. This is quite typical for representatives of modern empiricism, nominalism, reductionism, skepticism, etc., which are driven, in general, by good motivation. This is an attempt to achieve at least conditional objectivity, accuracy and reliability of the results in our humanitarian knowledge, for which, of course, we should bring the language of philosophy closer to the language of nature sciences.True, it has long been noted that this notorious and exacted “accuracy” is not at all true or true, the correct reflection of the objects studied, such as culture, morality, truth or poetry. Oddly enough, getting rid of metaphors, we can not say anything more true, and just something non-trivial about poetry, such that it really clarifies its essence or simply explains to us why people write and read poetry.Another approach that we can already find with Aristotle, and implicitly among the pre-Socratics, not to mention Plato, is to recognize the metaphor as the most important role in our language and knowledge. The fact that no language can do without metaphors is quite obvious. But is metaphor so important for our knowledge? We strive to present the point of view according to which the metaphor is an instrument of cognitive activity and, as a consequence, of the knowledge of the world by man, no less than logic or mathematics, not to mention the empirical methods of the natural sciences.Even a preliminary examination of the role of metaphor in hermeneutic discourse shows that it is a metaphor, more generally, metaphorical, and in another aspect, idiomaticity, that creates the very possibility for hermeneutics to exist. It is metaphors with their ambiguity that provoke interpretation and cognition using the hermeneutic method. Even a single metaphor creates a certain semantic tension, which can only be resolved through the effort of interpretation. A text that is fundamentally built or consists mainly of metaphors creates a special semantic space in which the hermeneutic consideration realizes itself. In a sense, these are approximately coincident regions, wherever we meet with a metaphor, hermeneutics also becomes possible. The reverse is also partly true, the task of hermeneutic discourse is not only the interpretation of explicit metaphors, but also the discretion of metaphorical or idiomatic where it is not at first glance visible. It cannot be argued that the search for metaphors is the only thing of hermeneutics, however, it is also true that without considering the tropes, modern hermeneutics would have a completely different look and purpose.
Покалюк В. М.
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Social Science pp 39-43; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ijitss/28022020/6947

The article deals with the structure of vocational training and postgraduate education of the personnel of the units of the Operational and Rescue Service of Civil Protection, describes the system of departmental education of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine. On the basis of the analysis of the governing documents and empirical data in the structure of the professional training of the personnel of the guard units of the Operational and Rescue Service of Civil Protection, the author distinguished two components - primary vocational training in the departmental vocational schools and training of personnel directly in the work unit. It is established that for the development of professional knowledge, skills of rescuers, for maintaining a high level of operational readiness of duty guards, in the structural divisions of the Operational and Rescue Service of Civil Protection there is a continuous, year- round training system - independent and professional training. The modern period in the professional training of rescuers is characterized by the lack of a proactive approach, insufficient attention to innovative methods of training the personnel of operational units.
Собкович Ольга
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Social Science pp 3-9; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ijitss/28022020/6942

This publication analyses the artwork by Petro Kholodny Sr., the distinguished artist of the first third of the XX century, from private collections, that gives an opportunity to better comprise and study the artist's searches in different periods of his creative work in the visual-stylistic and genre-thematic spheres. The Moscow collection of easel paintings by the Kholodny family is analysed, showing a range of artistic interests up to 1917. Landscapes and sketches from this collection testify his fascination with plein-airism and, at the same time, with heritage of impressionism. Artist’s portraits and landscapes from various private collections outside and within Ukraine and little-known works of sacral painting of the Lviv period are also analysed: sketches of icons; the “Blahovishchennia” (Annunciation) icon reflecting the national line of modernist style in Ukraine. The mentioned images greatly expand the interpretation of Kholodny Sr’s searches in the synthesis of modern art and Ukrainian-Byzantine tradition and his coloristic feeling.
Філіпчук Наталія Олександрівна
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Social Science pp 44-48; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ijitss/28022020/6948

The article analyzes the museums' role in shaping the citizens’ state consciousness, person’s national values and in culture- educational activities. The basic principles of formation the museum pedagogy’s ideological and functional orientation are revealed. It is determined that the museum pedagogy’s leading function is the influence on the visitor’s logical and emotional sphere, his outlook, convictions. The idea that museum pedagogy forms the integrative fields for the improvement of formal and informal educational spaces and helps to fill qualitatively the logical-cognitive and sensory process of personal development with new knowledge and meanings is substantiated. The article stressed that school or any other educational institution that restricts its activities by a narrow local area and is not integrated into socio-cultural environment institutes, is ineffective, unable to ensure the completely quality of educational work. The European countries experience of mainstreaming the museum pedagogy in the cultural and educational space is described.
Бончук Н. В.
International Journal of Innovative Technologies in Social Science pp 16-24; doi:10.31435/rsglobal_ijitss/28022020/6944

The article deals with the problem of the role of professional competences, personal characteristics and psychological attitudes of the subject-teacher in the development of mathematical giftedness of students. The substantiation of the competence model of a teacher working with mathematically gifted children is presented. The urgency of the problem of formation of necessary competences for work with mathematically gifted students is substantiated. The three-level model of teacher's professional competence is considered as a set of key professional (reflecting the specificity of a certain professional activity, in our case - pedagogical) and special (reflecting the specificity of working in different conditions of professional activity with talented children) competencies.Within the competency model, the components of the cognitive, behavioral, and value components are examined. The role of the psychological ettitudes of the teacher in the motivational component of the educational process is substantiated. A number of problems of professional and personal development of teachers in the organization of teaching of mathematically gifted students have been identified. Recommendations are given for the construction of a postgraduate teacher education program aimed at the discovery and psychological and pedagogical support of mathematical talent.
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