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6th International Conference Language, Individual and Society in the Modern World, which will be held on 4 - 7 September.
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th International Scientific Conference LANGUAGE, INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY IN THE MODERN WORLD 4 – 7 September, 2012, Sunny Beach Resort, Bulgaria Organised by Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Union of Scientists in Bulgaria Science & Education Foundation Scientific Information System Ltd Foundation "New Education", Poland Pedagogical institute of the Southern Federal University, Rostov-on-Don, Russia PROGRAM Scientific media partner Journal of International Scientific Publications: Language, Individual & Society www.scientific-publications.net
LANGUAGE, INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY IN THE MODERN WORLD Published at: www.scientific-publishing.net Science & Education Foundation www.Science-Edu.Eu 2
REGISTRATION OF PARTICIPANTS 5 - 6 pm, 4
September in the Imperial Hotel 9.00 – 10.00 am, 5 September in the Imperial Hotel OPENING OF THE SYMPOSIUM 10.00 am, 5
September in the hall of the Imperial Hotel SESSION 1 ON 5 SEPTEMBER 10.00 – 12.00 am in the hall of the Imperial Hotel Attention! Participants in the symposium have 10 minutes to present their papers and 5 minutes for questions and answers. There may be changes in the order of presentations, which participants will be duly notified about. To present their papers participants can use a multimedia projector. PAPERS THE QUESTION OF TEACHING TECH.NICAL FOREIGN LANGUAGES AT POLISH NON-PHILOLOGICAL UNIVERSITIES Galina Cisowska and Joanna Łęcka Politechnika Radomska, Poland, Radom, 29 Malczewskiego St. 1 A NEW RESEARCH MODEL FOR STUDYING THE EFFECTS OF TRANSFORMATIVE FACTORS OF GROUP DYNAMICS ON AUTHENTICITY AND EMPATHY DEVELOPMENT Plamen L. Dimitrov
1
, Nadia L. Mateeva
2
1
Bulgarian Psychological Society, 1505 Sofia, Bulgaria 2
Department of Psychology, Institute for Population and Human Studies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 1113 Sofia, Bulgaria 2 HARD AND SOFT SKILLS DEVELOPMENT IN PRACTICAL BUSINESS ENGLISH/GERMAN CLASSES Giedrė Klimovienė
1
, Svetlana Statkevičienė
1
, Raminta Barzdžiukienė
1
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Aleksandras Stulginskis University, Studentų str. 11, LT-53361, Akademija, Kaunas distr., Lithuania 3 LANGUAGE, INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY IN THE MODERN WORLD Published at: www.scientific-publishing.net Science & Education Foundation www.Science-Edu.Eu 3
LANGUAGE OF THE COLOURS IN THE SECOND FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING: FRENCH, RUSSIAN AS THE SECOND FOREIGN LANGUAGE IN THE CZECH SCHOOL. Bohumila Burešová, Varvara Golovatina The Institute of Applied Language Studies, University of West Bohemia, Univerzitní 8, Plzeň 30614, Czech Republic. 4 LANGUAGE AS CREATIVE PHENOMENON Irina A. Tretyakova National Research University of Information Technology, Mechanics and Optics, St.-Petersburg, 197101,Russia. 5 PERSONALIZED MULTIMEDIA CONTENT FROM THE STANDPOINT OF PHILOLOGY, AND OTHER INTERDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES Jekaterina Kipina (Korotkova) Development manager, Russian line manager Tallinn University Institute of Communication, Estonia, 10120 Tallinn, 25, Narva mnt 6 THE SPLENDOUR OF EPISCOPAL INSIGNIA AS A SYMBOL OF THE PERSONALITY OF THEIR OWNER Katarzyna Bogacka Department of Humanities, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, Warsaw, Poland 7 INDIVIDUAL, THE PERSONAL ENCYCLOPAEDIA AND THE CREATIVITY THROUGH THE MEMORY OF THE READ LITERARY WORKS Roberta Matkovic Juraj Dobrila University of Pula, Zagrebacka 30, 52100 Pula, Croatia 8 TEACHING STRATEGIES TO INSPIRE LANGUAGE LEARNERS’ WILLINGNESS TO COMMUNICATE Kun-huei Wu English Department, Aletheia University, Taiwan 9 LANGUAGE, INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY IN THE MODERN WORLD Published at: www.scientific-publishing.net Science & Education Foundation www.Science-Edu.Eu 4
POSTER SESSION 12.00 am – 1.00 pm, 5
September Venue: Foyer of the Imperial Hotel Duration: 1 hour Attention! Participants have to arrange their posters on the poster boards from 9.00 until 10.00 am on 5 September. The boards are in the hotel foyer. There should be two posters on each side of the board. POSTERS MULTIDISCIPLINARY TRANSLATION – A PRACTICAL METHOD IN THE AGE OF MASS INFORMATION Alexandru Anghel Babes-Bolyai University, Romania, Cluj-Napoca, 1, Mihail Kogalniceanu St. 1 ANONYMITY AS SEEN FROM THE SECURITY RESEARCH PERSPECTIVE Elżbieta Posłuszna Warsaw University of Life Sciences, ul. Nowoursynowska 166, 02-787 Warszawa, Poland Jacek Posłuszny The Maria Grzegorzewska Academy of Special Education, ul. Szczęśliwicka 40, Warszawa, Poland 2 PROSPECTS OF THE SWAHILI LANGUAGE IN THE EAST AFRICAN COMMUNITY Nelli V. Gromova Institute of Asian and African Countries, Moscow State University, Russia, 103917 Moscow, 11, Mokhovaya St. 3 CULTURAL ASPECTS OF MODERN SMALL AND MEDIUM-SIZED ENTERPRISES Irina V. Zorya Engels Technological Institute (branch of) Saratov State Technical University after Gagarin Yu. A. 4 ASPECTS OF ORALITY AND WRITING IN PLATO’S PHILOSOPHICAL LANGUAGE Marius Marin Nicoară
Babeş-Bolyai University, Romania, Cluj-Napoca, 1 Kogălniceanu St. 5 LANGUAGE, INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY IN THE MODERN WORLD Published at: www.scientific-publishing.net Science & Education Foundation www.Science-Edu.Eu 5
DIALOGUE IN THE PEDAGOGY OF CREATIVITY Krystyna Najder-Stefaniak Warsaw University of Life Sciences – SGGW, Ul. Nowoursynowska 166, 02-747 Warszawa, Poland 6 DIALECT NEW GROWTHS AS RESULT OF THE INTERLINGUAL INTERFERENCE: THE CONJUNCTIONS IN DIALECTS OF RUSSIAN NORTH
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Elena R. Guseva Karelian State Pedagogical Academy, Pushkinskaja str, 17, Petrozavodsk, Russia 7 MODERN TECHNOLOGIES OF RESEARCH OF SPEECH DEVELOPMENT OF THE CHILD Olga V. Epifanova Public budgetary educational institution of additional professional education (professional development) of specialists academy of professional development and retraining of educators Policeman Buxanceva str., bl. 32, 400120, Volgograd, Russia 8 FEATURES OF THE OPERATION OF FOREIGN LANGUAGE VOCABULARY IN THE LANGUAGE OF MODERN PROFESSIONAL SPEECH LANGUAGE PERSONALITY OF THE JOURNALIST (BASED ON THE STUDENT NEWSPAPER "UNIVERCYTI") Olga. G. Shchitova, Svetlana. L. Savilova National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, Russia, Tomsk, 30, Lenina St. 9 THE VISUAL LANGUAGE OF ADVERTISING COMMUNICATIONS Svetlana V.Pryshchenko Department of graphic design and advertising, National Academy of Managerial staff of culture and arts, 21 I.Mazepa str., Kyiv 01015, Ukraine 10 THE TRANSLATION AND APPRECIATION OF KORNEY CHUKOVSKY’S WORK FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS IN 20TH CENTURY BULGARIA Маrgaritа Т.Теrzievа University „Prof. d-r АssenZlatarov“ –Burgas, Bulgaria 11 THE PHILOSOPHY OF KYRGYZ PEOPLE THROUGH THE PRISM OF THE LANGUAGE Zamira Derbisheva Foreign Languages High School, Kyrgyzstan Turkey Manas University Mira Avenue, 56 Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan 12 НЕВЕРБАЛЬНЫЕ СРЕДСТВА МЕЖКУЛЬТУРНОЙ КОММУНИКАЦИИ В СОЦИОКУЛЬТУРНОЙ СРЕДЕ И. Ф. Турук, Е. И. Лобанова 13 LANGUAGE, INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY IN THE MODERN WORLD Published at: www.scientific-publishing.net Science & Education Foundation www.Science-Edu.Eu 6
EUROPEAN PHILOSOPHY OF LAW – IDEALOGICAL BASIS OF RUSSIAN STATEHOOD Anastasia S. Zabolotnaya Southern (Uzhny) Federal University, Russia, Rostov-on-Don, 33, Sadovaya St. 14 FIXED PHRASE SCHEME «HAD + N
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!» IN THE SYSTEM OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE Elena M. Slivnaya The Pedagogical Institute, Southern (Uzhny) Federal University, Russia, Rostov-on-Don, B. Sadovaya, 33 15 ON THE INTERPRETATION OF SECONDARY SEMIOSIS IN A SATIRICAL LITERARY TEXT (based on the material of the story “A Dog’s Heart” by Mikhail Bulgakov) Marina V. Laskova, Yulia V. Novikova South Federal University Pedagogical Institute Russia, Rostov-on-Don Azov-Black Sea State AgroEngineering Academy Russia, Rostov region, Zernograd 16 LANGUAGE REFLECTION OF MODERN BRITISH SLANG’S DIALECT DETERMINATION Sofia G. Agapova, Ekaterina A. Redkozubova South Federal University Pedagogical Institute Russia, Rostov-on-Don 17 MEDIATIZATION OF POLITICS IN THE LINGUOCULTURAL ASPECT Victoria A. Borisenko The Pedagogical Institute, Southern (Uzhny) Federal University, Russia, Rostov-on-Don, B. Sadovaya, 33 18 HISTORY OF THE PROFESSIONALLY ORIENTED TRANSLATION Nataliya Nikolaevna Gavrilenko Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, 6, Mikluho-Maklaya st. , 117198, Moscow, Russian 19 MEANS OF DECTIC COHESION IN RUSSIAN AND FRENCH Lina V. Dudnikova, Tatyana V. Milevskaya Southern (Uzhny) Federal University, Russia, Rostov-on-Don, 33, Sadovaya St. 20 INTEGRATIVE FUNCTIONS OF THE HOLIDAY IN THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS IN KINDERGARTEN Ivet S. Zdravkova South-West University “Neofit Rilski”, 2700 Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria 21 RESEARCH OF ASSOCIATION IN LINGUISTICS AND OTHER SCIENCES IN THE XX-XXI CENTURIES: THE METHODS, POSSIBITIES AND PROSPECTS Anna A. Vasilieva, Tomsk State Pedagogical University, 634050, Tomsk, Russia 22 LANGUAGE, INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY IN THE MODERN WORLD Published at: www.scientific-publishing.net Science & Education Foundation www.Science-Edu.Eu 7
LANGUAGE OF CONSCIOUSNESS AND UNCONSCIOUS WITHIN MENTAL STRUCTURE Elena N. Polianychko Kiev University of Boris Grinchenko, Vorovskogo str. 18/2, Kiev 04053, Ukraine 23 CONCEPTUAL METAPHORS OF TIME IN GERMAN AND ENGLISH CULTURES Vera I. Zabotkina, Maria N. Konnova Russian State University for the Humanities, Russia, Moscow, 6 Miusskaya Sq. 24 AUTOMATIC STEMMING OF ALBANIAN THROUGH A RULE-BASED APPROACH Jetmir Sadiku and Marenglen Biba University of New York in Tirana, Albania 25 ОСНОВЫ ФОРМИРОВАНИЯ ИМИДЖЕВЫХ РОЛЕЙ В ПОЛИТИЧЕСКОМ ДИСКУРСЕ Щитова Дарья Александровна Томский государственный университет 26 BODILY IMAGERY IN ENGLISH MODERNISTIC LITERARY TEXTS Iryna A. Galutskikh Foreign Languages Department, Zaporohye National University, Zhukovsky St. 66a, Zaporozhye 69000, Ukraine 27 LANGUAGE, INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY IN THE MODERN WORLD Published at: www.scientific-publishing.net Science & Education Foundation www.Science-Edu.Eu 8
SESSION 2 ON 5 SEPTEMBER
2.00 – 5.00 pm in the hall of the Imperial Hotel Attention! Participants in the symposium have 10 minutes to present their papers and 5 minutes for questions and answers. There may be changes in the order of presentations, which participants will be duly notified about. To present their papers participants can use a multimedia projector. PAPERS DEFENSE MECHANISMS AND INAUTHENTICITY IN GROUP DYNAMICS SETTINGS Plamen L. Dimitrov
1
, Nadia L. Mateeva
2
1
Bulgarian Psychological Society, 1505 Sofia, Bulgaria 2
Department of Psychology, Institute for Population and Human Studies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 1113 Sofia, Bulgaria 1 ROMANIAN CONSUMER FACING THE GLOBALIZATION: THE TRANSITION FROM BUYING TO SHOPPING BEHAVIOUR Adriana Manolică, Teodora Roman, Ionela Lozneanu Department of Marketing, Mangement and Business Administration, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi, 11 Carol I Blvd., Iasi, Romania 2 THE CULTURAL DIMENSION OF BIBLICAL QUOTATIONS IN THE GOSPEL OF LUKE Melniciuc Puica Ilie ‘Al. I. Cuza’ University Iasi, Faculty of Orthodox Theology 3 THE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN AUTHENTICITY AND EMOTIONAL WELL-BEING Nadia L. Mateeva
1
, Plamen L. Dimitrov
2
1
Department of Psychology, Institute for Population and Human Studies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, 1113 Sofia, Bulgaria 2
Bulgarian Psychological Society, 1505 Sofia, Bulgaria 4 LANGUAGE, INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY IN THE MODERN WORLD Published at: www.scientific-publishing.net Science & Education Foundation www.Science-Edu.Eu 9
CONNOTATION IN THE LIGHT OF CONTRASTIVE LINGUISTICS Natalia N. Kislitsyna Department of Theory and Practice of Translation and Sociolinguistics, Taurida National V.I.Vernadsky University, Academician Vernadsky Ave. 4, Simferopol, 95007, Crimean Autonomous Republic, Ukraine 5 THE TRANSITION OF NATIONAL IDENTITY AND NATIONAL STATE IN THE PROCESS OF GLOBALIZATION Kire Sharlamanov International Balkan University, Macedonia, Skopje 6 ESP ACQUISITION AND PROFICIENCY MONITORING BY MEANS OF MODERN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES Olga D. Gladkova, Zoya I. Konnova Tula State University, Russia, Tula, 92, Lenina Ave. 7 DEVELOPMENT OF LANGUAGE AND PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES WITH THE HELP OF AUTHENTIC MATERIALS AT SLOVENE FACULTIES Sabina Mulej University of Maribor, Faculty of Civil Engineering Smetanova 18, 2000 Maribor, Slovenia 8 EXAMINING EFL TEACHERS’ NON-VERBAL BEHAVIOR IN THE FOREIGN LANGUAGE CLASSROOM DOROTA NOWACKA Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland 9 LANGUAGE, INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY IN THE MODERN WORLD Published at: www.scientific-publishing.net Science & Education Foundation www.Science-Edu.Eu 10
SOCIAL PROGRAMME 6 September CLOSING OF THE SYMPOSIUM 7 September in the Imperial Hotel 
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