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6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences
6IeCSHSS * 24 December 2020 * e-conference@centerprode.com

PARTNER INSTITUTIONS:
Faculty of Philosophy, South-West University “Neofit Rilski”, Blagoevgrad, BULGARIA
Faculty of Business and Management, University of Ruse “Angel Kanchev”, Ruse, BULGARIA
Albanian University, Tirana, ALBANIA


Aims and Scope * Organisation * Texts and Participants * Discussion Window

6IeCSHSS: CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS (PDF)

ISBN (Online) 978-86-81294-06-2
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06

Publisher: Center for Open Access in Science, Belgrade, SERBIA, December 2020

The Conference Proceedings are applied for indexing in the Web of Science Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI).

All articles published in the 6IeCSHSS: Conference Proceedings are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Authors hold the copyrights of their own articles by acknowledging that their articles are originally published in the 6IeCSHSS: Conference Proceedings.

How to reference the articles? (each article has its own DOI):
Vishnyakova, E., Vishnyakova, O., Minyar-Beloroucheva, A., & Sergienko, P. (2020). L2 teaching to PR undergraduates through theatre techniques elements. In T. V. Petkova & V. S. Chukov (Eds.), 6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 1-14). 24 December 2020, Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science. https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.01001v

Texts and Participants

001: L2 teaching to PR undergraduates through theatre techniques elements
Elizaveta Vishnyakova, Olga Vishnyakova, Alla Minyar-Beloroucheva & Polina Sergienko
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.01001v

002: Adaptation studies in Europe
Colleen Kennedy-Karpat
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.02015k

003: Family life satisfaction – Perception of the youth and their parents
Jasminka Zloković, Zlatka Gregorović Belaić & Nadja Čekolj
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.03029z

004: Situational map: A strategy to develop critical thinking in the teaching of scientific research
Cecilia Alejandra Marambio Carrasco & Carla Lobos Stevens
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.04041m

005: Application of problematic situational tasks method at Russian as a foreign language classes in technical high school
Elena Shtekhman, Yulia Melnik & Anastasia Zhurova
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.05055s

006: Hava Nagila
Tatyana Vasileva Petkova & Daniel Galily
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.06073p

007: Kurdish migration waves to Rojava (Northern Syria)
Vladimir Stefanov Chukov
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.07085c

008: The problem of intersubjectivity in Western philosophy: Boundaries of the communicative approach
Oksana Somova & Pavel Vladimirov
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.08095s

009: Polish music press in the face of systemic change in 1989 as an example of cultural transformation in post-communist countries
Konrad Tyszka & Michał Jagosz
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.09103t

010: Word formative structure of words with the root lěp- in Old Russian written records
Tatiana Galochkina
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.10121g

011: Cognitive approach to the theory of abbreviation
Tatyana Bychkova
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.11129b

012: Russian and English metaphorics: Comparative analysis of biathlon discourse
Liudmila Osinovskaia & Yuliya Shekhovskaya
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.12139o

013: The studying of Russian phraseological units and paroemias in English speaking audience
Anna Baskakova
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.13153b

014: Word-image interaction in the treatise “Voyage en Siberie”
Elizaveta Panova
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.14163p

015: Particularities of defense in judicial rhetoric
Ekaterina Korobova
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.15173k

016: Feminization of emigration
Petya Pachkova
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.16183p

017: Behavioral disorders in children
Nikolaos Georgoulas
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.17201g

018: Kandinsky-Clérambault syndrome: Narration and psychosis
Petar Dimkov
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.18207d

019: Psychotherapy of psychosomatic anxiety responses
Lubomira Dimitrova
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.19219d

020: Experimenting with factors enhancing reading comprehension of media texts in university students majoring in IR studies
Elena Korotkova
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.20223k

021: Nietzsche and the search of new values
Valeri Valchev
https://doi.org/10.32591/coas.e-conf.06.21225v

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001: L2 teaching to PR undergraduates through theatre techniques elements

Elizaveta Vishnyakova (PhD)
Tula State Lev Tolstoy Pedagogical University, Faculty of Foreign Languages, Tula, RUSSIAN FEDERATION

vishnyalis@yandex.ru * ORCID: 0000-0003-3133-9587

Olga Vishnyakova (PhD)
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Philological Faculty, Moscow, RUSSIAN FEDERATION

ol-vish@mail.ru * ORCID: 0000-0002-1617-051X

Alla Minyar-Beloroucheva (PhD)
Lomonosov Moscow State University, History Faculty, Moscow, RUSSIAN FEDERATION

ostvera@yahoo.com * ORCID: 0000-0002-9760-3857

Polina Sergienko (PhD)
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Faculty of Foreign Languages and Area Studies, Moscow, RUSSIAN FEDERATION

sergienkopauline@gmail.com * ORCID: 0000-0002-8443-1654

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 1-14). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: Modern methods of L2 teaching aimed at improving its efficiency to overcome language barriers require the construction of the learning climate for undergraduates to develop professional skills and competencies essential for their academic communication with ease and pleasure. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate one of the ways of achieving educational goals by creating positive emotions that PR undergraduates experience during L2 classwork through the introduction of the elements of theatrical techniques, which can help educators perform the tasks required to instill creativity. Effective L2 acquisition by PR undergraduates is allegedly best achieved through neutral emotions. Expressive and emotional actions in class create theatre-like atmosphere that disseminates positive emotions fostering education. The research has demonstrated the necessity to introduce theatre techniques elements into L2 teaching to PR undergraduates.

Keywords: theatre techniques elements, L2 teaching, PR undergraduates.

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002: Adaptation studies in Europe

Colleen Kennedy-Karpat (PhD)
I. D. Bilkent University, Faculty of Art, Design, and Architecture, Ankara, TURKEY
cbkennedykarpat@gmail.com * ORCID: 0000-0003-3915-6478

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 15-28). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: Adaptation is a creative process that crosses and blurs boundaries: from page to stage, from small screen to big screen – and then, sometimes, back again. Beyond questions of form and medium, many adaptations also cross national borders and language barriers, making them important tools for intercultural communication and identity formation. This paper calls for a more intensive, transnational study of adaptation across print, stage, and screens in EU member and affiliate countries. For the highest possible effectiveness, interdisciplinarity is key; as a cultural phenomenon, adaptation benefits from perspectives rooted in a variety of fields and research methods. Its influence over transnational media flows, with patterns in production and reception across European culture industries, offers scholars a better understanding of how narratives are transformed into cultural exports and how these exchanges affect transnational relationships. The following questions are proposed to shape this avenue for research: (1) How do adaptations track narrative and media flows within and across national, linguistic, and regional boundaries? (2) To what extent do adapted narratives reflect transnational relationships, and how might they help construct Europeanness? (3) How do audiences in the EU respond to transnational adaptation, and how are European adaptations circulated and received outside Europe? (4) What impact does adaptation have in the culture industries, and what industrial practices might facilitate adaptation across media platforms and/or national boundaries? The future of adaptation studies and of adaptation as a cultural practice in Europe depends on the development of innovative, comparative, and interdisciplinary approaches to adaptation. The outcomes of future research can hold significant value for European media industries seeking to expand their market reach, as well as for scholars of adaptation, theater, literature, translation, and screen media.

Keywords: adaptation, European Union, media industries, cultural studies.

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003: Family life satisfaction – Perception of the youth and their parents

Jasminka Zloković (PhD)
University in Rijeka, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Education, Rijeka, CROATIA
jzlokovic@ffri.hr * ORCID: 0000-0002-9593-0176

Zlatka Gregorović Belaić (PhD student)
University in Rijeka, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Education, Rijeka, CROATIA
zlatka.belaic@uniri.hr * ORCID: 0000-0002-8815-0059

Nadja Čekolj (PhD student)
University in Rijeka, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Department of Education, Rijeka, CROATIA
nadja.cekolj@uniri.hr * ORCID: 0000-0003-4145-7341

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 29-40). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: Family satisfaction is significant and complex concept that includes personal satisfaction and relationship satisfaction among family members. The aim of this paper is to present and discuss the preliminary young people’s and their parents’ perception family satisfaction analysis. The research was conducted on a convenient sample of students/young people (N=50) and their parents (N=84). For the purposes of this research The Family Satisfaction Scale from FACES IV instrument (Olson, 2010) was used. The mentioned scale measures the positive aspects of relationship among the family members. The results indicate that young people and their parents are generally satisfied with their family life. On some items of the scale there is statistically significant difference among young people and their parents. Parents are more satisfied with their family life than their children. These results are encouraging especially in the context of COVID 19 pandemics and increasing numbers of undesirable family relationships.

Keywords: family relationships, family life satisfaction, young people, parents.

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004: Situational map: A strategy to develop critical thinking in the teaching of scientific research

Cecilia Alejandra Marambio Carrasco (PhD)
Andres Bello University, Faculty of Education and Social Sciences, Santiago, CHILE
cecilia.marambio@unab.cl * ORCID: 0000-0003-1608-4088

Carla Lobos Stevens (MA)
Andres Bello University, Faculty of Education and Social Sciences, Santiago, CHILE
carlalobos.stevens@gmail.com * ORCID: 0000-0003-2219-8321

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 41-54). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: The objective of the study is to support students in the rational, logical, and analytical process that they perform when faced with a scientific problem. This study uses qualitative methodology as its purpose is to present the strategy as learning stemming from the process of analysis, which is rooted on how to detect scientifically the research problem in the field of social sciences. A statistical analysis is made on the use and application of the diagram in a sample of 27 undergraduate students who have used the situational map in the elaboration of their theses. The trend shows that 92.6% of respondents achieved concluding their research processes of thesis work, at the planned time, and their results were consistent with their hypothesis and/or purposes. The creation of this strategy is a support for students, who have not developed their ability to think critically and establish relationships between concepts and theories in the execution of scientific research.

Keywords: cognition, epistemology, information and communication, writing, research work.

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005: Application of problematic situational tasks method at Russian as a foreign language classes in technical high school

Elena Shtekhman (PhD)
Russian State Academy of Intellectual Property, Department of General Education, Moscow, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
shte-elena@yandex.ru * ORCID: 0000-0002-5797-2906

Yulia Melnik (PhD)
The Military University of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Department of Russian language, Moscow, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
uliya0783@mail.ru * ORCID: 0000-0001-5263-1099

Anastasia Zhurova (MA)
Dostoevsky Omsk State University, Foreign Languages Department, Omsk, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
anastasia.kirova@gmail.com * ORCID: 0000-0003-4184-8967

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 55-72). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: The article discusses application of situational tasks method in teaching Russian as a foreign language course in technical high school. Being educational, situational task is formulated in terms and conditions student may face in future professional activity. The task is a problem solution which foreign students need to find by independent analysis and synthesis of necessary information and providing an answer in Russian. Particular emphasis is placed on the improvement of speaking skills. The method promotes vocabulary expansion, vigorous speech development, working out appropriate speech behavior in real communication. Solving problematic situational task students learn about peculiarities of implementation of technical discourse in engineering activity. Practical orientation of situational tasks involves solution of them by using obtained knowledge in different topics in practice. Topics are closely connected with acquiring qualification. Components included into a task, requirements and methodology of tasks development have been described as well as examples of such tasks provided.

Keywords: Russian as a foreign language, situational task, language development, language for specific purposes, technical discourse.

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006: Hava Nagila

Tatyana Vasileva Petkova (PhD)
South-West University “Neofit Rilski”, Faculty of Philosophy, Blagoevgrad, BULGARIA
tatianavas@abv.bg * tpetkova@swu.bg * ORCID: 0000-0003-4567-8635

Daniel Galily (PhD student)
South-West University “Neofit Rilski”, Faculty of Philosophy, Blagoevgrad, BULGARIA
daniel.galily@gmail.com * ORCID: 0000-0001-9111-4502

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 73-84). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: This article is about the story of a favorite Jewish song of many people around the world. Hava Nagila is one of the first modern Israeli folk songs in the Hebrew language. It went on to become a staple of band performers at Jewish weddings and bar/bat (b'nei) mitzvah celebrations. The melody is based on a Hassidic Nigun. According to sources, the melody is taken from a Ukrainian folk song from Bukovina. The text was probably the work of musicologist Abraham Zvi Idelsohn, written in 1918. The text was composed in 1918, to celebrate the Balfour Declaration and the British victory over the Turks in 1917. During World War I, Idelsohn served in the Turkish Army as a bandmaster in Gaza, returning to his research in Jerusalem at the end of the war in 1919. In 1922, he published the Hebrew song book, “Sefer Hashirim”, which includes the first publication of his arrangement of the song Hava Nagila.

Keywords: Hava Nagila, Abraham Zvi Idelsohn, Jewish song.

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007: Kurdish migration waves to Rojava (Northern Syria)

Vladimir Stefanov Chukov (PhD)
University of Ruse “Angel Kanchev”, Faculty of Business and Management, BULGARIA
vladimir_chukov@abv.bg * vlach1@gmail.com * ORCID: 0000-0002-4544-3708

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 85-94). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: This study aims to present the Kurds and the Kurdish migration waves to Rojava (Northern Syria). The accumulation of huge Kurdish masses on the territory of today's Syria is the result of millennial waves of migration caused by the turbulent events in the Middle East. The article analyzes: The Kurdish settlements in Syria; The French colonial authorities; The French colonial policy in the Middle East; The migration flow to Syria. The authors of the in-depth study of modern Syrian Kurdistan, The Question of Syrian Kurdistan – Reality, History, Mythologisation, argue that in the twentieth century there were two main waves of migration to northern Syria. One is expansionist and the other is restrictive. They form the current profile of the Kurdish community in Syria.

Keywords: Syria, Kurdish refugees, Kurdish migration waves, Rojava.

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008: The problem of intersubjectivity in Western philosophy: Boundaries of the communicative approach

Oksana Somova (PhD student)
Saratov State University, Faculty of Philosophy, Saratov, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
oksanasomova@mail.ru * ORCID: 0000-0001-6135-1515

Pavel Vladimirov (PhD)
RUDN (The Peoples' Friendship University of Russia), Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Moscow, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Vladimirov_pa@pfur.ru * ORCID: 0000-0003-3993-3636

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 95-102). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: The article defines the meaning of the phenomenological approach to the analysis of the concept of intersubjectivity in the context of social and philosophical problems of the balance of the Self and the Other. The discourse is based on the correlation of phenomenological orientation and communicative action in determining the mechanisms of identity of the Self in relation to the Other in the inseparability of social reality. A sequential analysis of prerequisites and research approaches aimed at testing the problem of intersubjectivity is carried out. The focus is placed on social phenomenological research of A. Schutz and the theory of communicative action of J. Habermas, which are aimed at understanding the correlation between the peculiarities of human existence, his life-world and the area of social relations or the inevitability of establishing overindividual patterns. Relevance of the research lies in elaborating the issue of establishing intersubjectivity under the fundamental non-identity of the subjects of communication and their predetermined attitudes. The article concludes by outlining the feasibility of expanding the rational predetermination of the subject-subjective structure of communicative action with the research area of social phenomenology.

Keywords: intersubjectivity, social phenomenology, communication theory, the problem of the Other, communicative approach, the problem of discourse ringing.

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009: Polish music press in the face of systemic change in 1989 as an example of cultural transformation in post-communist countries

Konrad Tyszka (PhD student)
University of Warsaw, Faculty of Culture and Arts, Warsaw, POLAND
konradmarceli79@gmail.com * ORCID: 0000-0002-1608-200X

Michał Jagosz (MA student)
University of Warsaw, Faculty of Culture and Arts, Warsaw, POLAND
m.jagosz@student.uw.edu.pl * ORCID: 0000-0002-8760-2594

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 103-120). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: The systemic transformation has significantly increased and diversified the music press market. Liquidation of the monopoly, privatization, censorship abolition and media pluralism are just some of the factors that contributed to shaping new cultural policy in Poland. The research material used for this paper’s analytical purposes consists of Polish music magazines; based on a query covering over 110 journals being published since 1946 to the present, a historical and comparative analysis was made. It allowed to determine what new solutions the publishers started to put into practice to make their magazines more attractive. Moreover, it showed a clear fragmentation of the market. After ’89, popular music magazines began to prevail; there are also many specialist journals devoted to a specific topic. A look at cultural transformation from the perspective of the music press is therefore an innovative idea, combining knowledge from the borderline of musicology, cultural studies, and press studies.

Keywords: music press, systemic transformation, post-communist countries, cultural policy, Polish publishing market.

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010: Word formative structure of words with the root lěp- in Old Russian written records

Tatiana Galochkina (PhD student)
The First Moscow State Medical University I. M. Sechenov, Institute of Linguistics and Intercultural Communication, Moscow, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
tgalochkina27@gmail.com

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 121-128). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: System of derivational morphology of the Old Russian language has its own characteristics based on the origin of the book vocabulary, which consisted mainly of  Proto-Slavic words and calques from Greek words. The main morphological way of word formation was the heritage of the Proto-Slavic language, which developed together with the formation of morphemes as a language unit. Active derivation took place during the formation of the Old Russian book vocabulary. During this period an uninterrupted process began the creation of book translations from the Greek into Church Slavonic. The ancient scribes made extensive use of Greek words calquing, which especially intensified the creation of compound words. Compound words were formed according to the models of Greek composites, but using Russian morphemes. As a result of this process, the lexical fund of the literary language was created, which included words with the root *lěp-. Such words are contained in ancient Russian written records (“Life of St. Sava the Sanctified”, composed by St. Cyril Skifopolsky, “The Life of St. Andrew the Fool”, “The Chronicle” by John Malalas, “The Chronicle” by George Amartol, “History of the Jewish War” by Josephus Flavius, Christianopolis (Acts and Epistles of the Apostles), Uspensky Сollection of XII–XIII centuries etc.). In the article will be considered the word formative structure of words with the root lěp-.

Keywords: derivational morphology,  root lěp-, calques, Church Slavonic, Old Russian written records.

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011: Cognitive approach to the theory of abbreviation

Tatyana Bychkova (PhD)
Russian State University for the Humanities, Department of Foreign Languages, Moscow, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Tatuana-3V@yandex.ru

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 129-138). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: The formation of abbreviations is explained mainly by the action of two factors: extralinguistic and intralinguistic. Extralinguistic factors include social transformations, scientific and technological progress, and interethnic changes. Being qualitative in nature, they are characterized by dialectical dynamics. Intralinguistic factors should be understood as the effect of internal laws that determine the evolution of language. In language there is a dialectical struggle of opposites, which determines its self-development. These opposites can be called language antinomies, each identity is the key to the stability of the system, the specific resolution of any of these opposites generates new collisions, new contradictions in the language (in principle-of the same order) and, consequently, their final resolution is impossible: they are a constant stimulus for the internal development of the language. The stimulus to abbreviate lies with the speaker, who has full knowledge of information, in the process of communication and unilaterally seeks to reduce multi-component and cumbersome terms represented by long words, complex words and phrases. Language signs are replaced with codes by communicants, and familiar words are shortened.

Keywords: abbreviation, extralinguistic and intralinguistic factors, antinomy.

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012: Russian and English metaphorics: Comparative analysis of biathlon discourse

Liudmila Osinovskaia (Candidate of Pedagogics Science)
Northern Trans-Ural State Agricultural University, Foreign Languages Department, Tyumen, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Mila-oss@yandex.ru * ORCID: 0000-0001-5443-4208

Yuliya Shekhovskaya (MA)
Tyumen State University, Institute of Humanities and Journalism, Tyumen, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
y.a.shekhovskaya@gmail.com

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 139-152). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: In this article, the authors consider semantic and structural features of the metaphor use in the Russian and English biathlon discourse, as well as metaphor role and use in the biathlon mass media discourse framework. The research of biathlon discourse enriches metaphor definition. The concept “biathlon” serves the material for the analysis of metaphorical meaning transfer. The authors underline its importance as a basic model of the text formation. The researchers pay much attention to the question of metaphorical formation role and functions within biathlon mass media discourse. The article contains information on the classification of basic metaphorical models. The study defines groups of Russian and English metaphors in biathlon mass media discourse and reveals their linguistic and intercultural differences. To obtain data, the authors use comparative analysis method of Russian and English metaphors. The authors prove the importance of metaphors in biathlon mass media discourse quantitatively. That lets them assume metaphor as a means of avoiding speech monotony therefore enhancing its emotional influence within biathlon mass media discourse.

Keywords: sports discourse, metaphor, metaphorical model, basic metaphor.

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013: The studying of Russian phraseological units and paroemias in English speaking audience

Anna Baskakova (MA)
The Military University of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, 10th department (Russian philology), Moscow, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
anna-vlz@mail.ru * ORCID: 0000-0003-0141-198X

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 153-162). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: A working mechanism during the comparative analysis of phraseological units and paroemias (proverbs and aphorisms) at the classes of Russian as foreign language with English speaking learners is presented in the article. While working in the audience, the attention is being paid to the comparative analysis of phraseological units and paroemias in Russian and foreign students’ native language from a semantical point of view. Such concepts and ideas as family, homeland, work / service / profession, studying, friendship, human flaws and virtues, represented in the proverbs and paroemias, are being analyzed. The similarities and differences in semantic field of phraseological units and paroemias of different cultures’ speakers are found. A parallel attitude to the main categories as family, home and friendship among Russian and English speakers is shown up. During a comparative analysis, it is being observed that in definite cases similar meanings can be expressed by different lexis typical for the concrete nation. Studying of this topic promotes the dialogue of cultures.

Keywords: English speaking audience, nationally-cultural semantics, meanings of phraseological units and paroemias, term, Russian as foreign language.

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014: Word-image interaction in the treatise “Voyage en Siberie”

Elizaveta Panova (MA)
Lomonosov Moscow State University, History Faculty, Moscow, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
liza.panova97@mail.ru * ORCID: 0000-0002-7609-7027

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 163-172). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: “Voyage en Siberie” describes a journey through Russia carried out by Jean Chappe d'Auteroche to observe the passage of Venus across the Sun. Besides the description of this phenomenon the book contains the author’s travel notes and study of the Russian political, historical, geographic and military conditions  in the middle of the 18th century. “Voyage en Siberie” was accompanied by the cycle of illustrations performed by Jean-Baptiste Le Prince. As these works were among the first examples of the costume images on the Russian subject, they became crucial in the career of the artist who is considered to be the creator of “Russerie” in French art. This paper discusses the nature of the text and illustrations developing according to the logic of ideas of the Enlightenment. The author intends to show that although Chappe d'Auteroche and Le Prince worked together on the book they had different visions of the problem.

Keywords: Enlightenment, costume book, Russerie, travel notes, illustration, etching.

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015: Particularities of defense in judicial rhetoric

Ekaterina Korobova (MA)
The Military University of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, Department of Foreign Languages, Moscow, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Katherina00@mail.ru * ORCID: 0000-0003-2864-7466

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 173-182). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: The article examines the linguistic particularities of defense in judicial rhetoric that have not considerably changed since Antiquity. As at present the interest in judicial rhetoric has increased, it is necessary to carry out its comprehensive analysis with the consideration of its modern modifications. In the course of history, judicial rhetoric has preserved its main rules to be used in Modern Times by Western culture advocates for defense purposes. Special attention is paid to stylistic devices, phonetic means and linguistic features to discern that are most frequently used by the advocates in their defense speeches. As stylistic devices are the best means of persuasion of the jurors and public in court, they are indispensable in advocates’ defense speeches and are the focus of the given paper. As the advocates’ defense speeches concentrate mainly on persuasion and thus with emotions rather than reason the author focuses on the expressive language means.

Keywords: judicial rhetoric, defense speeches, persuasion, stylistic devices.

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016: Feminization of emigration

Petya Pachkova (PhD)
South-West University “Neofit Rilski”, Faculty of Philosophy, Blagoevgrad, BULGARIA
pepun@abv.bg * ORCID: 0000-0002-0021-1874

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 183-200). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: The subject of study is the Bulgarian women, who for different, mainly economic, reasons emigrate to other countries and how this affects their social and psychological status. During the transition, immigration processes in Bulgaria accelerated. A special feature is the feminization of emigration. With this peculiarity, we get into the general flow of feminization of emigration around the world. Similar are some consequences of this feminization - breaking down families; keeping the children in the hands of spouses and parents who too often fail to cope with the challenge; bribery of children with dry money, which accustom them to laziness and to unacceptable and criminal activities; staying with the status of a non-married woman; loneliness etc.

Keywords: emigration, feminization, family, loneliness.

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017: Behavioral disorders in children

Nikolaos Georgoulas (PhD student)
South-West University “Neofit Rilski”, Faculty of Philosophy, Blagoevgrad, BULGARIA
nikosgeorg@windowslive.com * ORCID: 0000-0001-9993-2825

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 201-206). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: The child and adolescent psychopathology have been categorized into two broad classes, emotional (also called internalizing) and behavioral (externalizing) problems (disorders). In this paper, we describe the behavioral disorders in children. Behavioral problems are characterized by behaviors that are harmful and disruptive to others. Disruptive behavior disorders include attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), conduct disorder and oppositional defiant disorder. These behavioral disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), oppositional defiant disorder and conduct disorder in childhood and adolescence period will be discussed in more detail.

Keywords: behavioral disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), conduct disorder, oppositional defiant disorder.

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018: Kandinsky-Clérambault syndrome: Narration and psychosis

Petar Dimkov (PhD student)
South-West University “Neofit Rilski”, Faculty of Philosophy, Blagoevgrad, BULGARIA
petardimkov@gmail.com * ORCID: 0000-0003-4368-9015

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 207-218). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: Interpretation by means of retelling a story is an ordinary event in human life. However, under abnormal circumstances, e. g. delusions of the narrator, this process is altered and even distorted to various degrees in both qualitative and quantitative aspects. In such cases, the assumption of misrepresentation of the actual story emerges as most striking as it is in contradiction with the objective reality. In the current paper, I will focus on the discourse features in the narratives of patients with the Kandinsky-Clérambault syndrome since it provides some of the best cases that serve to support the main focus of my search, i.e. establishing to what degree we can believe the subjective interpretative narratives of mentally ill patients. This perspective, on its own, has given rise to some doubts in psychiatry as objective science. Our hypothesis is that there are clear-cut features of delusion, which can be outlined by linguistic analysis irrespective of the cultural belonging of the patient and described following the method of the omnipotence of language as a tool of semiotics. For our purpose, additional aspects of the problem will be developed in detail, such as the semantic levels in narration in general and outlined concepts of schizophrenia and delusion transparent in discourse carried out in any language.

Keywords: Victor Kandinsky, Kandinsky-Clérambault syndrome, narration, philosophy of psychiatry, philosophy of science.

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019: Psychotherapy of psychosomatic anxiety responses

Lubomira Dimitrova (PhD student)
South-West University “Neofit Rilski”, Faculty of Pedagogy, Pre-primary and Primary School Education Department, Blagoevgrad, BULGARIA
lubomira16@abv.bg * ORCID: 0000-0001-5536-6761

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 219-222). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: Psychotherapy of psychosomatic disorders in adolescents is one of the most responsible tasks that the therapist could undertake. The psychosomatic spectrum of disorders in children between the ages of 5 and 18 is wide. The similarity between the individual symptoms lies in the fact that they are masked satisfied desires, but not in an adequate, but in a neurotic way. In the process of psychotherapy should be approached individually and take into account the personal characteristics and character traits of adolescents. This article discusses some of the most common disorders, as well as the reasons that caused them. The focus is not on eliminating the symptom, but on the cause.

Keywords: psychotherapy, symptom, psychosomatic disorders, psychoanalysis, anxiety, aggression.

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020: Experimenting with factors enhancing reading comprehension of media texts in university students majoring in IR studies

Elena Korotkova
Far Eastern Federal University, Oriental Institute – School of Regional and International Studies, Vladivostok, RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Korotkova-e2020@yandex.ru * ORCID: 0000-0001-5047-8326

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 223-224). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: The goal of the current paper is to trace the way text-structure knowledge (TSK) and TSK related activities incorporated in students’ experimental learning enhance reading comprehension (RC) strategies and contribute to higher comprehension indexes of contemporary media texts by B2+ level university students majoring in International Relations (IR) studies. The paper presents new notions of media text structure relating to text patterns, its general and specific information, topic sentence and main idea, text hierarchy levels etc. that hypothetically facilitates the perception of textual information and builds up a new cognitive mechanism in students. Research methods are thoroughly described in the article.  Experimental data during the two-year period of 2018-2020 are submitted illustrating the most and the least developed RC strategies, those of drawing inferences and interpreting implicit information focusing on recognizing underlying assumptions being the least developed ones. Students’ RC levels from frustration and instructional to an independent one have been systematized. Statistics confirm that the chosen relationship between media text structure knowledge and effective RC strategies boost the accuracy of comprehension levels in ESP students, thus, proving the efficiency of this method.

Keywords: text-structure knowledge (TSK), TSK related activities, reading comprehension strategies, media text, comprehension levels, experimental data, International Relations studies.

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021: Nietzsche and the search of new values

Valeri Valchev (PhD student)
South-West University “Neofit Rilski”, Faculty of Philosophy, Blagoevgrad, BULGARIA
vvalchev1234@abv.bg * ORCID: 0000-0003-3467-097X

6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences: Conference Proceedings (pp. 225-230). Belgrade: Center for Open Access in Science.

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Abstract: The aim of the present study is to analyze and present Friedrich Nietzsche's ideas about the role of values in philosophy and their reassessment. Over a period of time, Nietzsche's ideas regained popularity and brought back to the fore the topicality they had never lost. Speaking of F. Nietzsche and his ideas, we cannot fail to mention the concepts of revaluation, superman, Christianity and God. The other characteristic of F. Nietzsche is his aphoristic and metaphorical style, which is sometimes condemned and denied, sometimes supported and welcomed. Nietzsche's aspiration is to go beyond the masses, to search for the new and different in the projection of modern man - as a reappraisal of values and a search for new values. The other goal of the study is to show the similarities and differences of Nietzsche's thought with "dissenting" philosophers. There is a huge amount of literature on the subject, but for the present study, the works of F. Nietzsche will be used in the first place.

Keywords: Friedrich Nietzsche, search, new values.

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Cecilia Alejandra Marambio Carrasco & Carla Lobos (004)

20 December 2020, 00:05 (GMT+01:00) - Presentation: Situational map: A strategy to develop critical thinking in the teaching of scientific research

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Elizaveta Panova (014)

20 December 2020, 00:05 (GMT+01:00) - Presentation: Word-image interaction in the treatise “Voyage en Siberie”

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Lubomira Dimitrova (019)

20 December 2020, 18:32 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 001L2 teaching to PR undergraduates through theatre techniques elements

Your report is very interesting for me as a researcher. I would like to ask you a question about what made you interested in this subject. Thank you.

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Elizaveta Vishnyakova, Olga Vishnyakova, Alla Minyar-Beloroucheva & Polina Sergienko (001)

20 December 2020, 19:57 (GMT+01:00) - Response to #3 (comment on 001): L2 teaching to PR undergraduates through theatre techniques elements

Dear Lubomira Dimitrova, thank you for your interest in our research. Your question is very important as it concerns everybody at the present time during the pandemic. It is essential for us to make our undergraduates happy. The only way to achieve it is to address the existing technology which is seldom used beyond the doors of theatrical colleges. As for the scope of your report Psychotherapy of psychosomatic anxiety responses (019), it concentrates on specific medical issues. Within this topic, theatre technologies can also be regarded as a certain psychotherapy.

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Elizaveta Vishnyakova, Olga Vishnyakova, Alla Minyar-Beloroucheva & Polina Sergienko (001)

20 December 2020, 20:15 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 014Word-image interaction in the treatise “Voyage en Siberie”

The report Word-image interaction in the treatise “Voyage en Siberie” is unique, because it deals with the works by French painter and etcher Jean-Baptiste Le Prince (1734-1781). The artist illustrated the book written by the French abbot and astronomer, member of the French Academy of Sciences Jean Chappe d'Auteroche (1722-1769), who travelled across Russian Siberia in the 18th century. The life of the people described in literature, was visualized in the cycle of works of art called “Russerie”. The artistic value of the illustrations was highly appreciated both in France and in Russia. The work performed by Elizaveta Panova is important as it raises interest in the Russian culture and history. Thank you for the ppt-presentation provided for the conference.

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Colleen Kennedy-Karpat (002)

20 December 2020, 20:40 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 014Word-image interaction in the treatise “Voyage en Siberie”

Fascinating study, with valuable insight into the development of Russerie in France. Thanks particularly for the illustrations in the slides!

A question about the genesis of this text, which, if I understand the paper, was basically a travel narrative undertaken as a kind of side project during a research trip for astronomical observation. Generally speaking, how often would such methodologically produced travel documentation have been a secondary product of scientific research? Was this common particularly among French researchers during the Enlightenment, or can this be described as a more widespread phenomenon (either considering time frame or country of origin)?

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Elizaveta Vishnyakova, Olga Vishnyakova, Alla Minyar-Beloroucheva & Polina Sergienko (001)

20 December 2020, 21:01 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 020: Experimenting with factors enhancing reading comprehension of media texts in university students majoring in IR studies

The report called ''Experimenting with factors enhancing reading comprehension of media texts in university students majoring in IR studies'' is of certain interest as well. The abstract is very interesting, as it intrigues the readers by the depth of the research. Much has been written about international relations discourse and the methods of teaching L2 to PR undergraduates and IR students. This paper presents new notions of the structure of the media text, its patterns, general and specific information given in it, topic sentence and the main idea. The author is sure that such an approach can facilitate the perception of textual information and develop cognitive abilities.

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Elizaveta Vishnyakova, Olga Vishnyakova, Alla Minyar-Beloroucheva & Polina Sergienko (001)

20 December 2020, 21:08 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 015: Particularities of defense in judicial rhetoric

The report “Particularities of defense in judicial rhetoric” is devoted to public defense speech in court. It presupposes the group communication dealing with information, persuasion and suggestion of the audience and the jury. These rhetoric devices of defense speech address the mind and feelings of the people. The analyzed speech patterns are useful not only for the students of law per se, but for L2 PR undergraduates as well as students of politics, international relations and history.

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Elizaveta Vishnyakova, Olga Vishnyakova, Alla Minyar-Beloroucheva & Polina Sergienko (001)

20 December 2020, 21:22 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 013: Application of problematic situational tasks method at Russian as a foreign language classes in technical high school

The report “The studying of Russian phraseological units and paroemias in English speaking audience” by Anna Baskakova is highly important, as is compares the paroemias and phraseological units to find out similarities and differences of the conceptual fields of Russian and English peoples. The paroemias chosen for the research deal with family and work (labour), which are considered to be the universal concepts of humanity. The report is useful for all professionally-oriented L2 students of humanitarian scope. This knowledge enriches the worldview, enforces the understanding and promotes international communication.

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Elizaveta Vishnyakova, Olga Vishnyakova, Alla Minyar-Beloroucheva & Polina Sergienko (001)

20 December 2020, 21:36 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 005: Application of problematic situational tasks method at Russian as a foreign language classes in technical high school

The report which is called “Application of problematic situational tasks method at Russian as a foreign language classes in technical high school” presented by Elena Shtekhman, Yulia Melnik and Anastasia Zhurova, deals with educational process demanding permanent improvement. In their article the authors discuss new forms and methods of teaching Russian as a foreign language which can be applied to teaching other languages as well. The objectives of the research are concentrated on training highly qualified graduates with perfectly developed competences.

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Cecilia Alejandra Marambio Carrasco & Carla Lobos Stevens (004)

20 December 2020, 22:26 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 004Situational map: A strategy to develop critical thinking in the teaching of scientific research

The study focuses on developing a mental pattern model to teach university students to think critically, especially, lead them towards the evolution of a scientific mental structure, which allows them to develop both quantitative and qualitative investigations. The mental pattern developed is called the Situational Map and allows students to organize their ideas, so they can focus on the real problem of the context under study. The students have managed to carry out relevant and pertinent research, 100% of them have applied the Situational map and 81.5% managed to develop critical reflection skills and problem solving.

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Elizaveta Panova (014)

20 December 2020, 22:46 (GMT+01:00) - Response to #6 (comment on 014): Word-image interaction in the treatise “Voyage en Siberie”

Dear Colleen Kennedy-Karpat, thank you for your interest in my research. I have found it very interesting and useful to think over your question. As far as I know, the descriptions, secondary to scientific research, are very common during the Enlightenment, not only among French travelers but also among Europeans, in general. In my opinion, this is due to the instructions the travelers received from the scientific organizations had sent them. Unfortunately, I don’t know any examples of instructions given to French travelers, but I know that the Russian Academy of Science at that time gave orders to travellers: firstly, to make sketches of everything that seemed curious to them, and secondly, to keep accurate diaries of everything that happens during the expedition. In fact, these diaries were included in the treatises that were published under the patronage of the Academy. I hope, I have managed to answer your question.

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Liudmila Osinovskaia & Yuliya Shekhоvskaya (012)

20 December 2020, 22:59 (GMT+01:00) - Presentation: Russian and English metaphorics: Comparative analysis of biathlon discourse

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Liudmila Osinovskaia & Yuliya Shekhоvskaya (012)

20 December 2020, 23:08 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 012: Russian and English metaphorics: Comparative analysis of biathlon discourse

In our report we would like to underline metaphor role and use in the biathlon mass media discourse framework. The research of biathlon discourse enriches metaphor definition. The concept “biathlon” serves the material for the analysis of metaphorical meaning transfer. We pay much attention to the question of metaphorical formation role and functions within biathlon mass media discourse. The article contains information on the classification of basic metaphorical models. The study defines groups of Russian and English metaphors in biathlon mass media discourse and reveals their linguistic and intercultural differences. To obtain data, we use comparative analysis method. We prove the importance of metaphors in biathlon mass media discourse quantitively. That lets us assume metaphor as a means of avoiding speech monotony therefore enhancing its emotional influence within biathlon mass media discourse.

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Cecilia Alejandra Marambio Carrasco & Carla Lobos Stevens (004)

21 December 2020, 08:49 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 001: L2 teaching to PR undergraduates through theatre techniques elements

I found your research very interesting, since I have witnessed in my own classes that emotions are a key factor when learning. I teach undergraduate students from the English teacher training program, so they also need to understand that their future students must feel comfortable and safe, in order to successfully learn the L2. This year specially, emotions played a key role in our lessons, so it’s definitely a subject to keep on learning about.

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Cecilia Alejandra Marambio Carrasco & Carla Lobos Stevens (004)

21 December 2020, 08:57 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 004: Situational map: A strategy to develop critical thinking in the teaching of scientific research

This mental pattern called Situational map, becomes much needed in the Chilean or even in Latin American context, where in most schools, skills such as critical thinking are not trained. Undergraduate Students often struggle when developing their research projects, and this study shows how this mental pattern helped them to organize their ideas and supported them in their analytical processes when writing their thesis.

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Petar Dimkov (018)

21 December 2020, 14:45 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 019: Psychotherapy of psychosomatic anxiety responses

The paper of L. Dimitrova raises and discuss the important question of the treatment of psychosomatic disorders, notably anxiety, with psychotherapy.

Depression often cooccurs with anxiety. Both CBT and antidepressants can be very useful for anxiety. There is evidence that CBT and antidepressants are equally effective for the treatment of depression (https://doi.org/10.1038/nrn2345; https://doi.org/10.1038/npp.2011.183). Cognitive enhancement (eg modafinil) by improving cognitive control can be beneficial as add-on (https://doi.org/10.1038/npp.2011.183).

Some cases wouldn’t be resolved by psychotherapy alone. Thus, one has to consider combinations. Temkov & Kirov (Clinical Psychopharmacology, 1976) show that combinations are more effective compared to monotherapy treatments. The combination of CBT + cognitive enhancement is encouraging. For worst cases, a triple combination of CBT + cognitive enhancement + antidepressant can be effective.

Thus, my question is the following one: What is your opinion about these combinations compared to psychotherapy monotherapy for the treatment of anxiety and mixed anxious-depressive disorder?

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Elizaveta Panova (014)

21 December 2020, 14:53 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 001: L2 teaching to PR undergraduates through theatre techniques elements

The article discusses a very important issue of today: how to distract PR graduates form depressive ideas at the time of on-line teaching/studying of L2 PR graduates in particular and university graduates in particular caused by the pandemic. It is evident, that in the  class or on-line class both teachers and undergraduates perform their roles. The  idea  of  bringing  theatre  to  a  classroom  is  not new. l Plays and their parts  have always been staged in class. It has always motivated students to learn  foreign  languages. The article is very interesting and useful for all ESP teachers.

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Elena Shtekhman, Yulia Melnik & Anastasia Zhurova (005)

21 December 2020, 18:11 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 013: The studying of Russian phraseological units and paroemias in English speaking audience

The caption refers to the main problem of the article - how to explain Russian idioms to English speaking learners.

The article focuses not only on analysing the vocabulary, but also on offering the ways of teaching such vocabulary (using examples). The author outlines some idioms and paroemiological units in order to describe the connection between lexical and cultural sides which any language contains. In conclusion, the author notes that comparing idioms of two different languages (students' native language and Russian one) will also be very helpful for a successful intercultural communication.

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Elena Shtekhman, Yulia Melnik & Anastasia Zhurova (005)

21 December 2020, 18:23 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 001: L2 teaching to PR undergraduates through theatre techniques elements

The article deals with up-to-date issue in foreign language teaching. The authors examine useful and non-trivial technique for L2 teaching via theatrical performances. Such training combines educational, pedagogical, methodological and psychological components promoting students' motivation. The authors provide a solid theoretical base as well as ideas of practical application. The suggested approach seems to be highly effective and worth the attention of practicing teachers and instructors.

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Elena Shtekhman, Yulia Melnik & Anastasia Zhurova (005)

21 December 2020, 18:30 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 015: Particularities of defense in judicial rhetoric

The author emphasyses that in the course of history, judicial rhetoric has conserved its main rules. They are still in use by European advocates for defense purposes in courts nowadays. The article examines the linguistic particularities of defense in judicial rhetoric that have not considerably changed since antiquity.

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Elizaveta Vishnyakova, Olga Vishnyakova, Alla Minyar-Beloroucheva & Polina Sergienko (001)

21 December 2020, 20:12 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 004Situational map: A strategy to develop critical thinking in the teaching of scientific research

The work under entitled “Situational map: A strategy to develop critical thinking in the teaching of scientific research”, presented by Cecilia Alejandra Marambio Carrasco and Carla Lobos Stevens is highly relevant for the process of developing cognitive thinking, known as one of the most relevant competences of the future. The authors work out a situational map model that correlates with the brain producing maps, thus informing itself. The provided graphs and illustrations clearly explain the need for the introduction of the new methods into the process of enhanced knowledge acquisition. We would like to pinpoint the creativity of the authors themselves to assist their students in strengthening critical thinking, which is highly essential for the development of research in all spheres.

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Elizaveta Vishnyakova, Olga Vishnyakova, Alla Minyar-Beloroucheva & Polina Sergienko (001)

21 December 2020, 20:22 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 012: Russian and English metaphorics: Comparative analysis of biathlon discourse

The report 012 called “Russian and English metaphorics: Comparative analysis of biathlon discourse” provided by Liudmila Osinovskaia and Yuliya Shekhоvskaya is useful for the course of lectures on stylistics of the English and Russian languages. The particularity of this work lies in the material chosen for analysis, dealing with sports discourse. Such kind of a discourse seldom becomes the focus of linguistic analysis. The authors analyse Russian metaphors used in biathlon discourse and correlate them with English equivalents. The work can be seen as a contribution to metaphorical studies and professionally oriented L2 teaching.

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Elena Korotkova (020)

21 December 2020, 21:17 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 001: L2 teaching to PR undergraduates through theatre techniques elements

The report called “L2 teaching to PR undergraduates through theatre techniques elements” by Elizaveta Vishnyakova, Olga Vishnyakova, Alla Minyar-Beloroucheva & Polina Sergienko raises the relevant issues of bringing the most effective elements of theatrical techniques based on Stanislavsky’s “Method of Physical Action” into the ESP classroom with multiple purposes related to the creation of a favorable climate in the classroom for  undergraduates, stimulation of  learners’ cognitive and creative abilities by  developing their physical, intellectual and emotional aptitude. Such a competence-based approach can be called innovative as being used systematically it arouses positive emotions of enjoyment, pride and satisfaction in learners and neutralizes the negative ones students may experience outside the university classroom. The most precious part of this methodology, in my opinion, is the fact that it combines the emotional L2 learning and a high level of cognition by bringing closer the professionally oriented L2 material and students’ life experience both in distance and classroom learning. I express my sincere gratitude to the authors for their original research.

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Ekaterina Korobova (015)

21 December 2020, 22:04 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 001: L2 teaching to PR undergraduates through theatre techniques elements

The article 001 entitled “L2 teaching to PR undergraduates through theatre techniques elements” has attracted my attention for its topicality. At the time of pandemic, the authors of the article do care about their undergraduates and want them to be happy. It can be good psychotherapy for PR undergraduates in addition to the tasks that are used for developing traditional tasks necessary for developing traditional and new competences, essential for future experts.

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Ekaterina Korobova (015)

21 December 2020, 22:04 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 004Situational map: A strategy to develop critical thinking in the teaching of scientific research

The article 004 entitled “Situational map: A strategy to develop critical thinking in the teaching of scientific research” is evidently of great interest for those involved in process of teaching university students not only in the Chilean context but in any other country. More specifically the presentation shows the construction of the Situational map, its theoretical basis, the practical research and the results. Undoubtedly, at the beginning of any investigation students face research problems and they must be supported in the development of logical, rational process.

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Jasminka Zloković, Zlatka Gregorović Belaić & Nadja Čekolj (003)

21 December 2020, 22:13 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 016Feminization of emigration

The topic of your paper is very interesting. Can you give us an information about the method of respondents recruitment?  Did you come up with data on how women solve the problems they face with? Do they have support from any source? Thank you for the answers.

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Jasminka Zloković, Zlatka Gregorović Belaić & Nadja Čekolj (003)

21 December 2020, 22:13 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 017Behavioral disorders in children

In your work you deal with an ongoing topic. Although it is subject matter of a large number of experts, it seems that in practice there is a lack of sufficient emphasis on the prevention antisocial behaviors. Parents’ role can be recognized through upbringing and establishing relationships with children. Later, school and society  take a role in further prevention. Unfortunately, often there is a lack of primary prevention and the problem discovers too late.

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Tatiana Galochkina (010)

21 December 2020, 22:41 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 020: Experimenting with factors enhancing reading comprehension of media texts in university students majoring in IR studies

Your report is very interesting for me as a lecturer. I’m looking for new methods and approaches to facilitate the perception of Latin texts. It would be very interesting to apply the strategies used for modern texts to texts in ancient languages.

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Ekaterina Korobova (015)

21 December 2020, 22:56 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 005: Application of problematic situational tasks method at Russian as a foreign language classes in technical high school

The article 005 entitled “Application of problematic situational tasks method at Russian as a foreign language classes in technical high school” presents new perspective on methods and techniques in teaching Russian as a foreign language. For instance, method of situational tasks which is extensively used mostly in teaching technical disciplines, aims at  professionally oriented thinking, communication and creative skills development to form certain communication competences.

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Lubomira Dimitrova (019)

22 December 2020, 16:22 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 019 (response to #17): Psychotherapy of psychosomatic anxiety responses

In my practice there are only successfull result cases only by psychotherapy with no medicines at all.

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Petya Pachkova (016)

22 December 2020, 16:30 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 016 (response to #28): Feminization of emigration

The respondents are my acquaintances, close people. So the sample is not representative. That's why I didn't allow myself to offer percentages. In fact, the question of how these women solve their problems is not the subject of analysis. Maybe in the next material will be such a subject. I don't have enough information yet. I also do not have enough information on the question of who helps and who hinders them and I have not developed this question. In general, I can say that in some more patriarchal countries there are more negative attitudes towards their emigration - both on the part of the state and on the part of some strata of people. In countries like Bulgaria, it seems to me that there is a greater understanding of the reasons for their emigration. Especially when it comes to those women who are not looking for a career, but aim for the survival of their families.

Thanks for the questions.

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Anna Baskakova (013)

22 December 2020, 21:35 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 001: L2 teaching to PR undergraduates through theatre techniques elements

The article “L2 teaching to PR undergraduates trough theatre techniques elements” opens a new way to the analysis of teaching methods while studying foreign languages. The subject of the article is quite interesting as a tool for a students’ progress in a class and teachers’ development in a methodological work. The authors give a brief description of literature sources which provide the information about the topic, observe the methods which consist of classical and modern ones and tell in detail about theatrical technologies which are very actual in a present situation in a pedagogical sphere. The idea of the plot motivates to search more information about using of this method at the lessons of any foreign language.

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Anna Baskakova (013)

22 December 2020, 21:35 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 005: Application of problematic situational tasks method at Russian as a foreign language classes in technical high school

The article “Application of problematic situational tasks method at Russian as a foreign language classes in technical high school” describes the methods of using situational tasks as the ways of improvement of the Russian language learning for foreigners. The demonstration and a brief characterization of different kinds of situational tasks shows a quite high level of the researches who have deeply studied the subject. This kind of a feed can be used as the direction for starting teachers who have a little experience in teaching Russian as foreign language in general and in training of communication skills of learners in particular, that, by itself, is quite difficult but the most important goal in teaching languages.

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Anna Baskakova (013)

22 December 2020, 21:35 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 015: Particularities of defense in judicial rhetoric

The article “Particularities of defense in judicial rhetoric” gives a description of tools for constructing a material for defense counsel’s speeches. It is quite an interesting text, consisting philosophical thoughts of antique philosophers speaking about the power of speech, which are used as the basement for later learning of rhetoric. The analysis of different types of court speech, rhetorical persuasion, linguistic, phonetic and stylistic features and characteristics gives a good opportunity for specialists in a juridical area to improve their skills in working with court documents and speaking at the process. The observation of that topic from a linguistic, philosophical and psychological side gives an opportunity to look at the topic as the idea for a discussion not only for specialists in a juridical sphere, but also for a wider group of researchers and scientists.

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Elena Korotkova (020)

22 December 2020, 22:35 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 010: Word formative structure of words with the root lěp- in Old Russian written records

The topic  of the report which attracted me by its in-depth research, consistency and reasoning  is “Word formative structure of words with the root lěp- in Old Russian written records” carried out by Tatiana Galochkina. The author studies the complex diachronic process of deriving compound words from Greek including words with the root *lěp- formed by analogy with Greek compounds, but using original morphemes inherent in Old Russian written records . Not only does the author research the word-formation process of words with the root *lěp-, but she also makes use of motivational and semantic classification to analyze the words with the root *lěp- in different registers of Old Russian. This study can arouse interest of those contributors who conduct research in the area of Old Slavonic and Old Church Slavonic studies and can inspire further detailed research in the same area.

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Ekaterina Korobova (015)

23 December 2020, 18:21 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 013: The studying of Russian phraseological units and paroemias in English speaking audience

The article 013 “The studying of Russian phraseological units and paroemias in English speaking audience” is of certain use and interest as it promotes international communication. Within the framework of intercultural dialogue, the author compares the main concepts and terms reflected in Russian and English phraseological units, aphorisms and proverbs. She comments on a great number of them, explains their meanings and shares her teaching methods and techniques while working with the material in class taking into consideration a specialization of learners.

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Elena Korotkova (020)

23 December 2020, 20:21 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 020: Experimenting with factors enhancing reading comprehension of media texts in university students majoring in IR studies

I’d like to specify that the potential of text structure knowledge hasn’t been applied to a large extent in teaching reading comprehension yet. Students proficient in RC take advantage of text patterns to understand key points of the text and their organization. However, less experienced readers, apparently, unaware of text structure concepts, have difficulty organizing and prioritizing text information. For this reason, variables of text structure concepts have a discernible impact on discourse processing and entail higher reading comprehension indexes in individuals, which was confirmed in the course of experimental learning. The methodology of text structure knowledge can be applied to any language, including the ancient one assuming that some instructions on text structure concepts are provided to learners in the course of teaching.

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Elena Korotkova (020)

23 December 2020, 20:21 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 011: Cognitive approach to the theory of abbreviation

The report headlined Cognitive approach to the theory of abbreviation” by Tatyana Bychkova is particularly actual as it looks into the topic of acronyms in some areas of contemporary English. The author studies the language phenomena in terms of psychology and dialectical-materialistic approach which she applies to abbreviations and neologisms. The description of abbreviations and the structure of neologisms and their classification are the most impressive parts of the research, in my opinion. I would like to know whether you classify abbreviations into any groups: business, text messages, medicine, etc., and if it is so, what groups you classify them into. Thank you for your interesting report.

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Cecilia Alejandra Marambio Carrasco & Carla Lobos Stevens (004)

24 December 2020, 09:12 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 004Situational map: A strategy to develop critical thinking in the teaching of scientific research

The study called "Situation Map, a strategy for the development of critical thinking in the teaching of scientific research" is a contribution to the development of the research methodology in the process of approaching the study problem and analyzing the context where it is will conduct the investigation. Students learn to structure their thinking, to order their ideas, to project the results, in this way their mental processes are configured through mental patterns that allow them to advance in the investigation correctly.

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Cecilia Alejandra Marambio Carrasco & Carla Lobos Stevens (004)

24 December 2020, 09:12 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 016Feminization of emigration

The study called “Feminization of emigration” of Petya Pachkova (PhD) focuses on the social problem and exclusion suffered by immigrant women, revealing exploitation, conditions of human abuse, sexual harassment, where their human rights are trampled, the author explains from bibliographic sources that the immigration behavior of women. Women is conducive to seeking better living conditions in the case of more emancipated women, but the sociocultural context of an oppressive patriarchy does not allow women to develop on equal terms with men, they suffer the stigmatization of being mothers, wives who must be subjected and their human rights are not respected. The author makes us reflect on what states do to improve their human development conditions when they are the ones who train citizens.

#42

Colleen Kennedy-Karpat (002)

24 December 2020, 09:12 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 006Hava Nagila

Fascinating historical account of a widely known song. My question concerns its relationship to Turkey and Turkish musical traditions: the paper notes that the text was initially composed in celebration of a military victory over the Turks in 1917; however, it also notes that Idelsohn himself served in the Turkish army. It seems strange to celebrate the victory of your opponent! Can you clarify this? 

A second question: I'm not a musicologist, but I have lived in Turkey many years, and the musical textures in Hava Nagila do bear at least a broad resemblance to certain kinds of Turkish folk music. Was this part of the inspiration or composition of the song?


Many thanks for your clarification and development of these points.

#43

Tatyana Vasileva Petkova & Daniel Galily (006)

24 December 2020, 16:20 (GMT+01:00) - Response to #42 (comment on 006): Hava Nagila

Thank you for your questions!

1. Idelsohn was drafted into the Turkish army, first as a hospital clerk and later as conductor of an orchestra in the Gaza trenches. He served in the Turkish army under duress, like many other people from the territories enslaved by Turkey. It was a great joy for all enslaved people to free themselves and get rid of the Turkish yoke and influence.

2. Turkish folklore is not authentic and original. In it, as in the folklore of the Balkan peoples and in Israel, there are many admixtures of different folklore traditions, so in general, the folklore melodies of the Mediterranean countries and the countries of the Middle East are similar.

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Tatyana Bychkova (011)

24 December 2020, 16:21 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 011: Cognitive approach to the theory of abbreviation

Dear organizers, congratulations on the most valuable impact of the e-conference in the field of humanitarian sciences. Thank you very much for excellent organization of the e-conference and bringing together researchers from many countries and institutions. Concerning our research, allow us to express hope that cognitive approach to the theory of abbreviation would throw more light on this highly productive way of creating new words. Thank you once again!

#45

Elizaveta Vishnyakova, Olga Vishnyakova, Alla Minyar-Beloroucheva & Polina Sergienko (001)

24 December 2020, 16:31 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on organization of the e-conference

Dear members of the Organizing committee! We express our sincere gratitude for your great work and effort to carry out such an important conference, entitled 6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences (6IeCSHSS). It really brings researchers of the planet living in different continents closer together and gives the possibilities to exchange their ideas concerning various issues of human development in different scholarly and scientific fields. We are looking forward to participating in the 7th e-conference, organized by your wonderful team.

#46

Liudmila Osinovskaia & Yuliya Shekhоvskaya (012)

24 December 2020, 16:40 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 001: L2 teaching to PR undergraduates through theatre techniques elements

It goes without saying, that theatrical techniques are effective means of teaching. But the novelty of the article is that justify it thoroughly both theoretically and on the basis of their experimental practice. Moreover, they broaden the implementation of theatrical techniques by using them in L2 classes of undergraduates. The authors give practical advice and hints how these techniques can be implemented into each class. That’s really useful. We would like to thank the authors their special attention and detailed analyses of the emotional effect the described method has.

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Tatiana Galochkina (010)

24 December 2020, 16:54 (GMT+01:00) - Presentation: Word formative structure of words with the root lěp- in Old Russian written records

Presentation - PDF

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Carla Lobos Stevens (004)

24 December 2020, 17:06 (GMT+01:00) - Comment on 020: Experimenting with factors enhancing reading comprehension of media texts in university students majoring in IR studies

I’d definitely like to read more about the study tittled “Experimenting with factors enhancing reading comprehension of media texts in university students majoring in IR studies”. This contributes to Language Teaching at the university level, since students from different areas can benefit from the results.

Reading comprehension is a major issue at the university level today in Chile, since students enter university with a lack of training in this subject.

This research sheds some light on the issue since it can help improving this skills among undergraduate students from different areas in other countries as well.

#49

Cecilia Alejandra Marambio Carrasco & Carla Lobos Stevens (004)

24 December 2020, 19:58 (GMT+01:00) - Final comment

We’d like to thank the researchers for their comments #22 and  #26, since they allow us to have an external opinion and thus, improve our work.

We’d also like to thank the organizing committee. Thanks to this conference we have learnt about different topics of study and had the possibility to share with high level researchers.

#50

Elena Korotkova (020)

24 December 2020, 20:18 (GMT+01:00) - Response to #48 (comment on 020): Experimenting with factors enhancing reading comprehension of media texts in university students majoring in IR studies

Dear Carla Lobos Stevens, I entirely agree with you that reading comprehension is one of the key factors undergraduates should be taught during their training at the university. There are different approaches to it, and the methodology of TSK application is one of them since it affects comprehension of conceptually demanding texts among EFL learners with varying reading comprehension proficiency. We could not boil down our training only to text structure knowledge which would be incomplete without reading comprehension strategies which we identify as sets of steps readers use to make sense of the text.

As for the full text, I am going to submit it to the COAS OJSL for publication next year, so everyone could have an access to it. Thank you for your interest in my research and valuable remarks.

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Elena Korotkova (020)

24 December 2020, 21:32 (GMT+01:00) - Gratitude

Dear Conference organizers, I’d like to join in with the comments on the Conference high quality organization and express my heartfelt gratitude for the innovative format of conferencing which made us all be involved in its events all these memorable days.

I’d also like to thank the Conference participants for their great inputs and scientific interaction which made 6th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences in Belgrade genuine success.

I extend my gratitude to researchers who made their comments #7, #29 and #48 on my submitted abstract and thank them for their interest in my research.

I hope that shared ideas will be instrumental in our future scientific and professional activities and we will retain high standards set by the Conference organizers to meet at the next conference in Belgrade.

#52

COAS Editorial Council, Belgrade, SERBIA

24 December 2020, 24:00 (GMT+01:00): The end of the Conference

Dear participants, the COAS e-Conference is officially finished. We are so grateful to you for the activities of posting presentations and comments in these 5 days, and we think that it contributes to the Conference to be more successful.

In the next days we will send you copy edited versions of your manuscripts, for your final approval for publishing. The Conference Proceedings will be published online in the next 10-15 days, with official ISBN and DOI for each article.

We announce now that we will organize the 7th International e-Conference on Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences (7IeCSHSS), on 28 June 2021, as our next online Conference.

We wish you Marry Christmas and a happy and fruitful New Year!

Best regards from Belgrade.

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Aims and Scope

The aim of the e-Conference was to bring together scholars, administrators and students from different countries, and to discuss theoretical and practical issues in different areas of Humanities and Social Sciences. The e-Conference was organized as a kind of a multi-disciplinary forum which provided the appropriate opportunities for inter-disciplinary communications.

These are the following areas of study covered by the e-Conference: Philosophy, Anthropology, Psychology, Science of Education, History, Linguistics, Arts, Sociology, Political Science, Law, and Economics.

The e-Conference is organized exclusively as an online conference, and the English was the only language of the conference.

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Organization

Two phases of the e-Conference realization are applied.

The first phase was the e-Pre-Conference Discussion (from 20 to 23 December 2020), and this phase is followed by the posting at the COAS website different textual forms sent by the e-Conference participants, such as discussions, analyses, critics, comments, suggestions, proposals, etc., regarding exposed abstracts. All textual forms were reviewed and posted at the COAS website by the e-Conference moderators.

The second phase was the e-Conference Discussion, and it was realized at the e-Conference day (24 December 2020), from 00 to 24 (GMT+01:00). This discussion was realized in the same way as the e-Pre-Conference discussion, regarding the full texts exposed at the COAS website.

The accepted abstracts and full texts are published in the e-Conference Proceedings, with regular eISBN number. The e-Conference Proceedings are published online, 5-10 days after realization of the e-Conference in an open access mode, and submitted for indexing in different international databases. The key conclusions from the e-Pre- and the e-Conference discussions are summarized and also published as part of the e-Conference Proceedings, by decision of the Scientific Committee.

All submitted abstracts/full texts went through two reviewing processes: (1) double-blind (at least two reviewers), and (2) non-blind (two members of the Scientific Committee). Final decision for the presenting and publishing depended of the two kinds of reviews, thus a paper is recommended by non-blind reviewers and blind reviewers, in order to be accepted for presentation at the conference and to be published in the e-Conference Proceedings.

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 COAS e-Conferences

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