Review of European Studies

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2015 Q1: Articles Received: 207; Accepted: 180; Rejected: 21; Published: 121; Retracted: 0

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Vol 7, No 5 (2015)

Review of European Studies, Vol. 7, No. 5, 2015; Special Issue

Table of Contents


The Formation of the Pedagogical Values of Future Primary School Teachers at the University PDF
Lera A. Kamalova, Venera G. Zakirova p1
Study of University Students’ Social Competence Development PDF
Gulfiya G. Parfilova, Lilia Sh. Karimova p10
Features of Problem-Based Module Design When Developing Professional Competencies in Bachelor Students Majoring in Radio Engineering PDF
Galina Ivanovna Smirnova, Valery Georgievich Katashov p17
Functioning of Information Educational Environment: Meta Dynamic Approach PDF
Vera K. Vlasova, Galia I. Kirilova, Elvira G. Sabirova p25
Historical and Theoretical Bases of Inclusive Education Development in Russia PDF
Ekaterina A. Kirillova p31
Study of University Students’ Foreign Language Speech Activity Formation PDF
Agzam A. Valeev, Lilia A. Valeeva, Albina F. Sirazeeva p38
The Distinctive Features of a Picture of the World of the Students of Pharmaceutical Faculty PDF
Ildar R. Abitov p47
Study of Humanitarian High School Students’ Readiness for Intercultural Communication Formation PDF
Minnisa S. Safina, Agzam A. Valeev p52
Retrospective Analysis of Social and Cultural Meanings of Motherhood in Russia PDF
Nataliya N. Vasyagina, Aidar M. Kalimullin p61
The Empirical Studying of the Ethnoidentity (On the Example of Russians and Tatars of the Republic of Tatarstan) PDF
Eduard G. Volchkov p66
The Technology of Activation of Theoretical and Creative Thinking of Bilingual Students PDF
Valerian F. Gabdulchakov p72
Development of Technical College Students’ Communicative Competence PDF
Nafisa T. Burganova, Akzam A. Valeev p79
Study of Educational Psychologists’ Emotional Competence Development PDF
Roza A. Valeeva, Elena K. Khakimova p91
Development of University Students’ Creative Abilities PDF
Gulnara F. Biktagirova, Ramilya Sh. Kasimova p101
The Research of Educational Motivation of Working and Nonworking Russian Students PDF
Albina R. Drozdikova-Zaripova, Natalia N. Kalatskaya, Nadezhda Yu. Kostyunina p108
Basic Principles for Forming Teaching Staffs’ Competitiveness in Vocational Training Institutions PDF
Nina A. Ivanenko, Sergei Y. Lavrentiev, Elena G. Khrisanova, Galina G. Tenyukova, Liudmila V. Kuznetsova, Sergei P. Yakovlev, Nikolai M. Shvetsov p118
The Requirements for Developing the Programs and Designing a Foreign Language Teaching Syllabus for the Students Following the Education Internationalization PDF
Elena V. Grigoryeva, Elena G. Khrisanova, Olga G. Maksimova, Lilia A. Metelkova, Marina B. Kozhanova, Rinat G. Gatin, Lyudmila V. Kuznetzova, Zyamil G. Nigmatov p124
Political, Socio-Cultural, Economic and Trade Relations between the USSR and Turkey in 1945-1960 PDF
Almira Rubisovna Shaidullina p131
Insights into Anticipation Capacity Development Programme at Interpersonal Interaction PDF
Marina M. Solobutina p137
The Role of the Reflective Activity of Students in Individual Educational Trajectory PDF
Rezeda M. Khusainova, Svetlana E. Chirkina, Rashida G. Gabdrakhmanova p146
Convergence as a Mechanism of Formation and Development of the Information and Communication Services PDF
Aleksandra N. Nikolayeva, Elena A. Antipova, Larisa G. Vasilyeva, Svetlana V. Petrova, Elena V. Moiseyeva, Sergey V. Kiselev, Elena M. Litvinova, Yuliya L. Kamasheva p153
Pedagogical Diagnostics of Professional and Cultural Competences of University Students PDF
Elena N. Prokofieva, Irina I. Leyfa, Gulnara R. Ibraeva, Linar G. Akhmetov, Ilya N. Maksimov, Ludmila V. Marfina, Marina A. Demyanenko, Yuliya L. Kamasheva p161
Vocational Training of Russian Students within Educational Cluster PDF
Rais S. Safin, Evgeny A. Korchagin p168
Designing the “Self—Concept of Creative Self-Development” of Students during the Training Process in Pedagogics PDF
Inna Igorevna Golovanova, Tatiana Vladimirovna Sibgatullina p175
Pedagogical Stimulation of University Students’ Social Competence Development by Means of Interdisciplinary Integration PDF
Gulnara I. Salyakhova, Roza A. Valeeva p186
Students’ Civil Identity Formation in Multicultural Educational Space of School and Tertiary Institution PDF
Salfira I. Zamaletdinova, Goulsia Kh. Akhmetshina, Larisa R. Khrapal p193
Psychodrama in the Training of Practical Psychologists PDF
Vera P. Zeleeva p200
Success as It is Viewed by Teenagers of a Different Birth Order PDF
Svetlana Russ p206
The Features of Manifestation of Students’ Subjectness PDF
Aksana N. Yashkova, Aidar M. Kalimullin p211
Types of Personal Values in the Continuum of Unrealisability–Realisability of their Meaning PDF
Nailia R. Salikhova p217
Prevention and Correction of Juvenile Neglect PDF
Nadezhda Yu. Kostyunina, Roza A. Valeeva p225
Formation of Individual Creative Activity Style of a Prospective Music Teacher PDF
Rezeda C. Khurmatullina, Nadezhda P. Yachina p231
Activation of Personal and Subjective Self-Regulation Resources in the Context of Social-Psychological Training PDF
Dzhamilia R. Nugmanova p237
The Study of the Actual Fears Structure of Children and Their Mothers PDF
Aida F. Minullina, Ilsiyar A. Akramova, Olga A. Gurianova p244
Parent-Child Relationship: Peculiarities and Outcome PDF
Leonid M. Popov, Ruth A. Ilesanmi p253
Production Infrastructure Services as a Factor of the Economic Growth of the Regional Industrial Complex PDF
Adeliya V. Pavlova, Mikhail G. Vyukov, Sergey V. Kiselev p264
Conception and New Ways of Protecting the Rights of Children and Young People: Theory, History and the Present PDF
Elena A. Pevtsova, Victoria G. Annenkova p274
Reviewer Acknowledgements for Review of European Studies, Vol. 7, No. 5 PDF
Paige Dou p284

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