Year VII, Publication no.1, September 2019.

(September 1st to December 31st, 2019).

“Contemporary dilemmas: Education, Politics and Values” is pleased to present to its readers and collaborators edition: Year VII, Publication 1, September 2019, corresponding to the period september 1st to december 31st, 2019. This e-journal is inserted in the national and international context with 150 articles from 14 countries (Azerbaijan, Chile, Cuba, Cyprus, Ecuador, Indonesia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Mexico, Pakistan, Russia, Slovakia, Spain Ukraine), which deal with academic and research activities related to the authors´ daily activities in the working areas of this journal. Thanks a lot for your preference with our journal.

1. TITLE. System of study strategies in the students of Bachelor of the Faculty of Nursing no. 2 of the Autonomous University of Guerrero. AUTHOR: Marilú López Núñez. ABSTRACT: The present paper addresses a problem faced by the student in the teaching-educational process to reach meaningful learning, such as the inappropriate use of techniques for independent study. In this article, a review of the conceptualization of learning, techniques and study strategies will be carried out, in order to make the proposal of a “System of study strategies in the undergraduate students of the School of Nursing no. 2 of the Autonomous University of Guerrero” to support the formation of competent human talents that demand social needs and the professional market, with which the educational model of this institution is committed. KEY WORDS: System of study strategies, student, significant learning, independent study, study techniques. MEXICO.

2. TITLE: The inclusion of the subject Juridical Psychology in the professional training of Bachelor in Psychology students in the School of Psychology, Autonomous University of Guerrero. Pedagogical research proposal. AUTHOR: Leandro Tabarez García. ABSTRACT: This article consists of a pedagogical research proposal for the inclusion of the subject Juridical Psychology in the compulsory modality of the Bachelor in Psychology, Higher School of Psychology, Autonomous University of Guerrero, which actually belongs to the elective modality of selection.  The research is aimed at having the student an integral formation and a perspective of the vision of the juridical psychology field. The importance of the role of the psychologist in the Administration of Justice will be addressed. KEY WORDS: curricular redesign, Juridical Psychology, professional training, Bachelor in Psychology. MEXICO.

3. TITLE: Research project referred to the elaboration of a didactic strategy for the development of the competence in the use of surgical instrumentation in students of the seventh semester of the Bachelor in Nursing, Faculty of Nursing number 2, Autonomous University of Guerrero. AUTHOR: Mayanin Zúñiga Leyva. ABSTRACT: This paper pays attention to the development of the competence for the use of surgical instrumentation in seventh semesters of the Bachelor in Nursing. This challenge, that has arisen from the educational model based on competences, is of great importance for the development of integral professionals capable of solving the problems that arise in their work practice; that is why the present research project is proposed as scientific support for the proposal of a didactic strategy that influences the development of such skills in students. KEY WORDS: Training in competencies, surgical instrument management, Bachelor in Nursing. MEXICO.

4. TITLE: The problem of motivation of university students in the learning unit of Culture and Gender Studies at the Higher School of Psychology of the Autonomous University of Guerrero, Mexico. AUTHOR: Salvio Vargas Ramírez. ABSTRACT: The paper presents an empirical inquiry about the motivation of students in the learning unit of Culture and Gender Studies that is taught at the Higher School of Psychology of the Autonomous University of Guerrero, Mexico. The results of the instruments applied to students and teachers of that learning unit are shown. The quantitative information was processed using the SPSS-20 package, obtaining tables that allowed the design of graphics of each variable. The results were verified by the participant observation technique. KEY WORDS: strategy, didactic motivation, university students, higher education, culture, gender. MEXICO.

5. TITLE: Pedagogical research for the improvement of the teaching of Philosophy of Education for professors of the Pedagogy Academy, unit 122 of the National Pedagogical University, Acapulco, Guerrero. AUTHOR: Sandra Gómez Mendoza. ABSTRACT: This article directs its attention to a pedagogical research proposal for the improvement of the teaching of Philosophy of Education learning unit in professors of the Pedagogy Academy of Unit 122 of the National Pedagogical University of Acapulco, Guerrero. A brief theoretical approach on the subject is presented as well as the protocol that supports the pedagogical research. KEY WORDS: Philosophy of Education, Academy of Pedagogy, National Pedagogical University, pedagogical research. MEXICO.

6. TITLE: Apprehend moral values ​​in formal and non-formal education. Analysis according to the ethics of Max Scheler and Nicolai Hartmann. AUTHORS: Felipe Nicolás Mujica Johnson, Nelly Del Carmen Orellana Arduiz. ABSTRACT: In spite of the importance of the moral formation of the people, is usually a matter deepens little from the philosophical perspective in the pedagogical scope. However, it is usually mentioned regularly to justify pedagogical actions. In this context, it is considered appropriate to analyze the apprehension of moral values ​​from an objective perspective, and in particular, on the basis of two important contemporary German philosophers. From this analysis, it will be explained how the values ​​that exist independent of consciousness, are essentially related to mood dispositions and the will of each person. Relationship that will determine the possibility or impotence of each subject for to appropriate positive moral values. KEY WORDS: moral education, ethic, moral philosophy, love, social transformation. CHILE.

7. TITLE: Communication in education: reforms and risks. AUTHOR: Valentyna Sahuichenko. ABSTRACT: The author assumes it should be expedient to identify methodological opportunities for the analysis of educational problems in various areas of communicative philosophy for the successful reform, to reveal the methodological potential of the theory of communicative action of Yu Habermas, which allows considering educational institutions together with the subjects of communicative and strategic actions. The regulatory construct of an ideal communicative community, proposed by Habermas, focuses on agents and recipients of training and educational actions to reach consensus in understanding the prospects for the development of educational institutions, but this theory needs to be supplemented by methodological developments of N. Luhmann in the theory of self-referential social systems of which educational institutions, first of all the system of education, are considered as self-referential communication. KEY WORDS: education, philosophy, communication, reforms, risks. UKRAINE.

8. TITLE:  Dynamics of changing of wealth tendencies in students of different specialties.  AUTHOR: Mustafayev Mushvig Huseyn. ABSTRACT: The article examines emerging characteristics of the tendencies of wealth of young people in the humanities and technical fields, and factors that influence them. Analyzing the psychological mechanism of this process among young people, including research in this area analyzes ideals related to the study of values. The results show that wealth is a key factor in the formation of a prone personality, which is the basis of its action plan; there is a relationship between the value system of young people and the areas in which they are educated, and although there is a difference between the indicators of both groups in terms of normative values, there is no significant difference in the level of personal behavior. KEY WORDS: value, personality, tendencies of wealth, youth, humanities and technical fields. RUSSIA.

9. TITLE: Conceptual directions of improvement of legislation in the field of higher education management. AUTHORS: Aigul Yessentemirova, Venera Balmagambetova, Zhumabek Busurmanov, Aibolat Yessentemirov, Saule Amandykova, Aiymgul Tleuzhanova. ABSTRACT: The implementation of large-scale changes in the field of the national system of higher education, its integration into the world educational space also requires changes in the administrative and legal regulation of relations taking place in the field of public administration of higher education. The purpose of this paper is the analysis of problematic aspects of legal regulation of the higher education and autonomy of higher education institutions in Kazakhstan. KEY WORDS: higher education‚ education management, Bologna Declaration, teaching and methodical association, right to education. KAZAKHSTAN.

10. TITLE: The meaning of embedded development of academic literacies and numeracies throughout the university curriculum. AUTHORS: Patricio Andrés Pino Castillo, Claudia Ormeño Hofer, Marcelo Zúñiga Herrera, Pierina Zanocco Soto. ABSTRACT: Facing the challenge of poor literacy and numeracy skills in Chile, the Faculty of Education at Santo Tomás University has implemented since 2011 a model of embedded or cross-curricular development of academic literacies and numeracies. This article presents the results of this strategy in terms of the meanings that students and academics attribute to it, substantiated in focus groups which were analysed through coding, categorising and triangulation. Results show the relevance of these skills for the profession, the presence of these skills in practical activities, and the embedding of these skills in concrete contexts, which cause the little visibility of activities intended to support students. Future studies should address the development of academic numeracy, and professional literacies. KEY WORDS: reading and writing, logical thinking, mathematical thinking, teacher education, academic literacy. CHILE.

11. TITLE: Current state of cadets’ physical training system at technical higher military educational institutions. AUTHORS: Kostiantyn Prontenko, Ihor Bloshchynskyi, Grygoriy Griban, Vasyl Prontenko, Orest Loiko, Volodymyr Andreychuk, Pavlo Tkachenko, Dmytro Dzenzeliuk, Inesa Novitska, Yevgenii Zhukovskyi, Andriy Baldetskiy. ABSTRACT: The physical fitness level of the cadets who are the future experts in the technical types of intelligence are examined in the article. The professionally important physical qualities of the future experts of the technical types of intelligence are grounded. Cadets of the 1st – 5th years of study (n=395) took part in the research. It is determined that the professionally important physical qualities of the future experts of the technical types of intelligence are general endurance, power, static muscle endurance and coordination abilities. The cadets’ results in physical exercises are improved in the 4th year and decreased in the 5th year of study. The investigation proved the necessity of improvement of the cadets’ current physical training system. KEY WORDS: cadets, physical fitness, physical training. UKRAINE.

12. TITLE: Study of factors influencing the formation of academic motivation in pedagogical activity. AUTHORS: Sever Servet Mirzayeva, Sevinc Arif Kerimova, Shalala Ali Adigozelova. ABSTRACT: The article explores factors influencing the formation of academic motivation and successful education, as well as self-regulation, values, self- reflection, and academic motivation as contributing factors to educational achievement in the context of training. The research was conducted with the students of the psychology faculty I and II courses. Research has shown that the correlation between the average score and self-regulation in the session is not direct, but rather that there is a significant relationship between features of academic motivation, individual qualities and the system of values and this connection is positive. Concluding, the key indicators of academic success are self-regulation, self-reflection, curriculum planning and commitment to creativity and they can have a significant impact on researching student academic achievement. KEY WORDS: academic motivation, self-regulation, training prices, planning, learning success. AZRBAIJAN.

13. TITLE: Forming students’ emotional intelligence as a way of improving education quality. AUTHORS: Nadezhda A. Dmitrienko, Marina A. Gorbina, Natalya F. Porozhnyak, Aleksandra V. Neverova. ABSTRACT: There is a shortage of papers proving connection between students’ emotional intelligence (EI) and education quality. Identifying the relationship is of fundamental importance for improving professional growth. Therefore, this study is aimed at modeling communicative situations to form students’ EI. A study was conducted among students of Don technical university. The correlation between students’ EI and professional growth was tested. Diagnostic methods proved the efficiency of communicative situations. The paper expands the research boundaries of forming students’ EI. It is proved that EI improves education results and enhances self-actualization. KEY WORDS: emotional intelligence, self-actualization, communicative conditions, professional growth, EI components. RUSSIA.

14. TITLE: Impact of emotional intelligence on school performance: a theoretical review.  AUTHORS: Cristina Aznar Zafra, Francisco Javier Domínguez Rodríguez, Ascensión Palomares Ruiz. ABSTRACT: Emotional intelligence (EI) is one of the necessary skills for life that must be taught and developed within the family, in schools, in organizations and everywhere (Salovey and Mayer, 2007). Its introduction in the educational system means offering answers from the classrooms to all dimensions: cognitive, behavioral and emotional, resulting in a better academic and social development of students. This work intends to carry out a theoretical revision of EI, to know the foundations on which it is based, its treatment and implications in improving school performance in secondary education. We will also try to check if their inclusion in the classroom is justified. KEYWORDS: Emotional intelligence, school performance, emotions, feelings. SPAIN.

15. TITLE: Artificial Intelligence in Education: application in student performance evaluation. AUTHORS: Boran Sekeroglu, Kamil Dimililer, Kubra Tuncal. ABSTRACT: Education has gained importance to accelerate the development of countries by means of personalized education and students' characteristics, family properties, etc., and boost their knowledge acquisition. While it is challenging task for humans to analyze each student independently, Artificial Intelligence and machine learning approaches provide rapid solutions with high accuracy to assist humans. This paper presents several experiments with different educational datasets to predict and classify student performances. Several machine learning models are considered for each problem and obtained results show that Artificial Intelligence can assist instructors to improve personalized education before or during the active semester. It is also analyzed that Radial Basis Function Neural Network outperforms other models considered in this research. KEY WORDS: Artificial Intelligence, Personalized Education, Radial-Basis Function NN, Machine Learning. CYPRUS.

16. TITLE: Participative leadership and organizational effectiveness and efficiency: teachers’ opinions. AUTHORS: Yousef  Mehdipour, Saleheh  MohebiKia. ABSTRACT: The purpose of the study was to investigate the relationship between Participative leadership and Effectiveness and efficiency of Teachers in Zahedan City. The research method was descriptive and correlational. The statistical population was all teachers of Zahedan city elementary school (570 people). All participated in the research. The measurement tools were the questionnaires of Castelli (2012) and Castelli et al. (2017), Zaki et al. (2006) and Bani Hashemian (2009). The results of the correlation test showed that there was a significant relationship between participative leadership and the effectiveness and efficiency of teachers. Teachers believed that with the increase of using participative leadership style in schools, the organizational effectiveness of teachers also increases. Hence, school managers need to learn teamwork skills at school and change their attitude toward organizing work to create a participative environment. KEY WORDS: education, effectiveness, efficiency, participative leadership, teacher. IRAN.

17. TITLE: Verification of the efficiency of pedagogical conditions in the military-patriotic education of future border guard officers. AUTHORS: Valentyna Miroshnichenko, Ihor Bloshchynskyi, Yurii Kuz, Oleh Stavytskyi, Kostiantyn Prontenko, Olha Mysechko, Tetiana Shcheholeva, Tetiana Vakoliuk. ABSTRACT: The actuality of the research is confirmed by the controlled and active impact of the military-patriotic education process of future border guard officers through the experimental method. The objective of the article is to analyze the results of experimental research on the efficiency of the pedagogical conditions of military-patriotic education in the subjects in question. The research results testify that the authors' pedagogical conditions had a positive impact on the military-patriotic education of the cadets. The analysis of results confirmed the proposed hypothesis 3 about the efficiency of certain pedagogical conditions of patriotic-military education of future border guard officers and the possibility of using them in practice. KEY WORDS: pedagogical conditions, future border guard officers, military-patriotic education. UKRAINE.

18. TITLE: Systematic evaluation activities for the teaching of mathematics in basic secondary education. 2 AUTHORS: José Luis Silva Peña, Michel Enrique Gamboa Graus, Ania Domínguez Reyes. ABSTRACT: The Basic High School is committed to the comprehensive training of the students who attend it. In this article, systematic evaluation activities are proposed that contribute to the preparation of the professors who teach Mathematics for the correct application of the evaluation system to solve quadratic equations. These adjust to the resolutions that govern the evaluation process and apply to the different evaluation paths used in this educational level (written question, oral question, integrative seminar, integrative evaluation task, review of notebooks, extractase task, practical work, interaction with software, among others). KEY WORDS: evaluation, systematic evaluation, activities. CUBA.

19. TITLE: The development of assertive communication in the students of the career Degree in Speech Therapy at the University of Granma, Cuba. AUTHORS: Clara María Rodríguez Vázquez, Elba Rosa Figueredo Vila, Virgen María Blanco Tamayo, Yamisleidys Campusano Pompa. ABSTRACT: This article addresses the need to train a graduate of the career in speech therapy with a broad development of communicative skills, within which the development of assertive communication occupies a prominent place as a condition for shaping the meaning and meaning of the profession to From the influence exercised by the various factors, the set of curricular activities in which it is involved and its incidence from the work practice, where it assumes roles that connote their initial professional training. Practical suggestions are made in order to develop this important and necessary communicative skill with a colloquial, accessible and easy to understand language leading the reader to reflection. KEY WORDS: initial training, assertive communication, degree in speech therapy. CUBA.

20. TITLE: Educational attention to schoolchildren with intellectual disabilities in conditions of inclusion; a challenge of Pedagogy in Cuba. AUTHORS: Elba Rosa Figueredo Vila, Clara María Rodríguez Vázquez, Yamisleidys Campusano Peña. ABSTRACT: The approach to issues related to inclusion and attention to diversity is the center of scientific debate in national and international spaces; the main point is focused on the education of people with special educational needs, associated or not with disability and appropriate context for this purpose. As a result, the integral educational attention to schoolchildren with intellectual disabilities in conditions of inclusion becomes significant, since their effectiveness depends on the fulfillment of the purpose of special education in our country: achieving the maximum possible integral development of people with educational needs special, in any context, that allows them to face social inclusion with different levels of independence. KEY WORDS: diversity, inclusion, intellectual disability. CUBA.

21. TITLE: Diagnosis of the initial state of the strategies for the learning of the Physics and the Chemistry in the races Degree Physical Education, Degree Chemical Education and Agronomic Engineering. AUTHORS: Guadalupe Moreno Toiran, Nelsy Perfecto Pérez Ponce de León, Odalys Mancebo Rivero, Amalia Ricardo Pérez. ABSTRACT: The work presents the results of an investigation carried out within the framework of the project: Study of the initial preparation for the learning of Physics and Chemistry of the students who enter the careers of Engineering in Agronomy and Degree in Chemistry and Physical Education, whose objective is to diagnose learning strategies. The final product is an instrument with 36 items that evaluates the cognitive, supportive and metacognitive strategies that students use. For the elaboration of this instrument, a methodology was applied that implies the definition and identification of the variables that are to be measured and the determination of items and indicators of each of those variables. KEY WORDS: diagnosis, instrument, learning strategies. CUBA.

22. TITLE: The creativity, a challenge to primary school teachers. AUTHORS: Noraida Fonseca Pita, Ana Margarita Díaz Solano, Yusleidys Rodríguez Aguilar. ABSTRACT: The primary school teacher faces dissimilar situations in his daily actions, which require for their solutions creative actions in which flexibility and originality must be present. There are several investigations that have dabbled in this thematic line; however, educational practice shows that the generality of primary teachers and schoolchildren are not always creative, what is given fundamentally to lack of motivation towards the profession, lack of time, means and materials, among others; that is why, this article aims to propose actions aimed at developing creativity in primary school children. A challenge that the 21st century teacher must solve. KEY WORDS: teacher, creativity, flexibility, students. CUBA.

23. TITLE: The educational guidance: a guarantee to the continuity of studies and a support to the new Cuban economic model. AUTHORS: Adilen Carpio Camacho, María del Carmen Echevarría Gómez, Osvaldo Romero Romero, María Caridad Páez Martín. ABSTRACT: The transformations of today's world cause countries to need innovative universities, capable of generating responses to social demands and of promoting sustainable human development. In Cuba, the updating of the economic model requires higher education institutions to adapt their training and research programs to make them relevant. This article aims to describe the experience in the conception of an Educational Orientation Center at the University of Sancti Spíritus "José Martí Pérez", which assumes orientation as a key to integral training. The work assesses the theoretical and epistemological gaps found when addressing the issue in the national and international context and offers a proposal that, as a methodological structure, allows intervention in the Cuban context. KEY WORDS: vocational guidance, access to education, transition from school to work, guidance service. CUBA.

24. TITLE: Developing procedures: a way for knowledge management in the mathematics of primary education. AUTHORS: Rosa María Fernández Chelala, Isabel Alfonso Cruz, Ricardo González Pérez. ABSTRACT: With the advances of science and technology, there has been a change, both in the way of accessing information, as in its own nature, as well as for its acquisition and management, which allows knowledge management, which leads to a developer to learn where the active participation of the protagonists of the teaching-learning process is taken into account. In it, spaces and moments of reflection are created that involve the student in the analysis of the tasks, the forms of their solution and their value control. The document analyzes this process in a general way and in particular in Primary Education. Examples are proposed in the subject of Mathematics in Primary Education. KEY WORDS: procedures, knowledge management, content integration. CUBA.

25. TITLE: Methodological the independent work in the Sociopolitical Theory. AUTHORS: Norge Manuel Larramendi Céspedes, Dayami Ramírez Polanco, Dayron Ramón Viltres Díaz, José Armando Rosabal Rodríguez. ABSTRACT: The research addresses a study on independent work in the subject Sociopolitical Theory taught in the blended model. The inadequacies in the independent work in the aforementioned subject and type of course was the main problem; so, the objective was: to elaborate a methodology for the improvement of the referred problem, an issue that contributed to the cognitive independence of the third year students of the Sociocultural Studies career. Theoretical and empirical methods were used. The main result was the methodology consisting of four moments, a conceptual foundation from the stages of conception, execution and evaluation, as well as the procedures that must be developed for each of them. KEY WORDS: Methodology, independent work, semipresencial model. CUBA.

26. TITLE: Good practices of Mathematics teacher in the university context. AUTHORS: Aida María Torres Alfonso, Máster. Alina Nodal Monteagudo. ABSTRACT: The article presents an approach to the theoretical foundations of research that in the university context deepens the development of good teaching practices, taking into account the assessment of the different components of the teaching-learning process. It is formed as part of a research work developed by the authors with a qualitative approach, because from it, the descriptions of the analysis units emerge: good practices of the Mathematics teacher with emphasis on establishing the indicators to analyze and identify the characteristics, principles and conditions that characterize a good practice of this teacher in higher education, taking into account the specific context in which said practice is carried out. KEY WORDS: Good practical; university teaching; Mathematics. CUBA.

27. TITLE: Proposal of teaching with an interdisciplinary approach between the content of Chemistry, Biology and Geography in the eighth grade. AUTHORS: Milagros Domitila Torres Cruz, José Antonio Prendes Sans, Milagros Rodríguez León. ABSTRACT: The establishment of interdisciplinary relationships constitutes a necessity imposed by current scientific development. Education cannot be oblivious to this reality, so it must be able to incorporate it into the teaching-learning process. The objective of this work is the proposal of teaching tasks, with an interdisciplinary approach, corresponding to the eighth grade Chemistry subject, for whose solution the contents of Chemistry, Biology and Geography must be linked. The implementation of these teaching tasks favored the role of students in their own training process, the understanding and explanation of processes related to their environment and, therefore, contributed to the achievement of developer learning. KEY WORDS: teaching tasks, interdisciplinary approach. CUBA.

28. TITLE: The axiological approach of the teaching-learning process of the Mathematics in the Cuban multigrade primary school. AUTHOR: José Luis Lissabet Rivero. ABSTRACT: The article presents a scientific result obtained from the doctoral thesis of the author of the work. The objective was to theoretically argue the application of the axiological approach to the teaching-learning process of the Mathematical subject, in which it was taken as the central axis of analysis and reflection to solve mathematical problems, to achieve the formation of personality qualities of the students. School children in the socio-moral sphere. The research carried out is theoretical, from a qualitative approach of an observational, analytical and prospective type, using the study of documents as a data collection technique, and as theoretical methods: analysissynthesis, induction deduction, modeling, dialectical and holistic dialectical hermeneutics. KEY WORDS: axiological approach, teaching-learning process, mathematical subject, mathematical problems, multigrade primary school. CUBA.

29. TITLE: Mentoring in Higher Education. The case of the Faculty of Languages of the Meritorious Autonomous University of Puebla (BUAP). AUTHORS: María Lilia López López, Iveth Lozano Palacios, María Amelia Xique Suárez. ABSTRACT: The research takes a critical and current look at the impact of mentoring in the Faculty of Languages of the Meritorious Autonomous University of Puebla. The methodology proposes a documentary review of the role of mentoring in a university educational context, highlighting its characteristics, objectives, advantages, disadvantages and challenges in the participation of students and professors of the same Faculty. KEY WORDS: mentoring, strategy, professional development, higher education. MEXICO.

30. TITLE: Humanities in crisis: Positioning strategies. AUTHORS: Efraín Alfredo Barragán-Perea, Concepción Luján-Álvarez, Luz Elena Guzmán-Ibarra, Humberto Luján-Álvarez, Jorge Alfonso Jiménez-Castro, María del Carmen Gutiérrez-Díez. ABSTRACT: The research deals with the proposal of a marketing communication model in the institutions of the National Network of Schools and Faculties of Philosophy, Letters and Humanities in Mexico, as a base instrument to position their educational programs before a scenario of low demand for the study of humanities careers in the country. The research was based on the case study of the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the Autonomous University of Chihuahua, Mexico. The methodology consisted in a study of the positioning of its educational offer, from which the new model, with multidimensional strategies validated by a panel of experts and by the institutions that are part of the Network, was generated. KEY WORDS: Educational marketing; marketing model; higher education in humanities; positioning of educational programs. MEXICO.

31. TITLE: The social representations of student teachers on the relationship between theory and practice in their teacher education. AUTHORS: Inés Lozano Andrade, Zoila Rafael Ballesteros. ABSTRACT: This research is about the social representations constructed by students from a Normal School, regarding the theory-practice relationship observed during their pre-service education to become secondary school teachers. In educational research, this problem has been little studied from a qualitative perspective using the interview as a technique. The findings reveal, among other aspects, the difficulty these students have to explain such relationship; in words of Moscovici, they are wise amateurs as their management of authors and theories is scarce and ambiguous. This was understood when they were predisposed to cherish their experiential knowledge more than their theoretical one. KEY WORDS: educational theory, teaching practice, teacher education, social representations. MEXICO.

32. TITLE: The research groups and their impact on the factors that determine the terminal efficiency of the graduate. AUTHORS: José de Jesús Peinado Camacho, Vicente Mayagoitia Barragán, Constantina Cruz Guerra. ABSTRACT: The objective of this research is to provide empirical evidence of the research groups and their impact on the factors that determine the terminal efficiency of the graduate through the case study of the Center for Research and Technological Innovation (CIITEC) at the Polytechnic Institute National (IPN). The design of the research was non-experimental and transeccional. The methodology that was used was quantitative. The focus of the study was exploratory and descriptive. It is concluded that the majority of the academic body has experience in synthesis and material engineering, has matured and is able to enhance their abilities. It is necessary to rethink the research line and make it more representative, the student / teacher ratio must be increased. KEY WORDS: Research groups, terminal efficiency, postgraduate, research center, students. MEXICO.

33. TITLE: The development of oral expression skills, from the integrated curriculum. AUTHORS: Ana Caridad Moré O´Reilly, Mavel Moré Estupiñán, María Xiomara Rojas Villar. ABSTRACT: The work is related to the development of oral expression skills through the development of class systems from the conception of the integrated curriculum, including all teachers and different specialists during teaching and extra teaching activities. This experience is developed with the objective of influencing the students of the second cycle of the multi-grade school “Agustín Gómez-Lubián Urioste”, in the central region of Cuba. The Spanish Language constitutes the guiding subject of the activities. The fundamental contribution lies in the proposal of class systems based on the precepts presented here and in the didactic approach to language teaching: cognitive, communicative and sociocultural. KEY WORDS: Oral expression, integrated curriculum, primary education, rural context, systematization. CUBA.

34. TITLE: Understanding written texts from promotion and animation to reading in primary school. AUTHORS: Violenma Ramírez Guerrero, Ada Fonseca Sanz, Yusleidys Rodríguez Aguilar. ABSTRACT: In this work, the author's reflections regarding the relationship between the comprehension of written texts and the promotion and encouragement of reading in primary school are made known. These reflections are based on the insufficiencies found in the educational practice of primary school children, which manifest serious insufficiencies in the comprehension of written texts, as well as demotivation towards the tasks related to the reading of diverse works. Aspects that must be reversed by the consequences that they bring to the teaching-learning process fundamentally of the Spanish Language. Developing the communicative competence of schoolchildren is the essential purpose in teaching the mother tongue. KEY WORDS: animation to the reading, textual understanding, promotion of the reading. CUBA.

35. TITLE: Suggestions to the educational ones to offer an education of quality to the educandos diversity. AUTHORS: Yusleidys Rodríguez Aguilar, Yuneiki Licea Proenza. ABSTRACT: Since the last decade of the twentieth century, Cuba has been venturing into the theme of how to achieve a quality teaching-learning process for all students, without discrimination of sex, age, ethnicity, intellectual diversity or disability. Hence, educating in and for diversity constitutes an element of unavoidable value. The teaching-learning process aimed at diversity must focus on the singularities of the students and must be in full correspondence with their abilities, biological, psychological and social development; That is why, in this scientific article some suggestions are offered to teachers to offer a quality education to diversity. KEY WORDS: teaching, learning, diversity, quality, education. CUBA.

36. TITLE: The construction of argumentative texts in the primary scholars. AUTHORS: Ana Margarita Díaz Solano, Noraida Fonseca Pita, Yusleidys Rodríguez Aguilar. ABSTRACT: All textual construction activities are aimed at promoting the development of thought and language. Those aimed at the argumentative text, in addition, are intended to train schoolchildren in the search for reasons or arguments that support the veracity or conformity of the idea or thesis. The teacher is in charge of directing such a difficult task. To achieve this purpose, you need to be prepared to successfully conduct the construction of this type of text. This article proposes activities aimed at the construction of argumentative texts in primary school children. KEY WORDS: construction, argumentative texts, reflections. CUBA.

37. TITLE: The management of methodological work according to teachers without pedagogical training. AUTORES: Yordanka Guzmán Mirás, Omar García Vázquez, Zucel de Jesús Pérez Ortíz. ABSTRACT: The article socializes a theoretical systematization on the management of methodological work and its influence on the preparation of university teachers who do not have pedagogical training to face educational practice. As a result, the phases of the methodological work and the steps to follow from the functions of the management cycle are determined. From a qualitative methodology, from the analytical-synthetic and deductive inductive methods, a descriptiveexplanatory investigation is integrated. The objective of this article is to establish guidelines on methodological management as an important tool for the preparation of university teachers without pedagogical training, so that it contributes to raising the quality of the professional training process. KEY WORDS: management, methodological work, university teachers. CUBA.

38. TITLE: The systematization of concepts in the development of fundamentals in university students. AUTORES: Alejandro Arturo Ramos Banteurt, María Nila Blanch Milhet. ABSTRACT: The present work exposes the potential of the training process for its improvement. It is used as a basis that students can achieve greater professional performance when they use the systematization of specialized concepts in the development of the fundamentals, as one of the premises to build their discourse during the successful execution of their modes of professional performance. It is considered necessary that in the systematization of specialized concepts, according to the cognitive communicative and sociocultural approach, three systematization axes that are linked to the disciplines in the formative process must be taken into account. In this way, the understanding and production of a specific discourse is developed, in accordance with the contextual conditions in which students perform. KEY WORDS: systematization of concepts, foundation and professional training. CUBA.

39. TITLE: Philosophical dimensions in qualitative research: constructed meaning by teachers about teaching performance evaluation as subject of study. AUTHOR: Haideé Franco Moreno. ABSTRACT: The purpose of the work is to make the philosophical dimensions explicit by choosing to conduct qualitative research. The object of study is the meanings that teachers build on the process of teacher performance evaluation. The first intention is to recognize the interpretative and theoretical diversity that shapes the content of that object of study and the second is to recognize that a positioning influences the direction of an investigation. The dimensions that guide qualitative research are ontological, epistemological, axiological, rhetorical and methodological; the qualitative researcher chooses a position before each of them and assumes the practical implications of design and elaboration in the investigation. KEY WORDS: Qualitative research, philosophical dimensions, subject of study, meaning construction. MEXICO.

40. TITLE: Ways and methods of media manipulation: a survey among Volgograd students. AUTHORS: Yulia Semikina, Olga Demushina. ABSTRACT: The article focuses on the problem of ways and methods of media manipulation. The authors conducted a sociological survey which helped to reveal the degree of media influence on the consciousness of the young generation and substantiated the need to use the most effective ways which help to resist the strategies of public opinion manipulation. As a result, a strategy was developed to form students’ skills to combat manipulative techniques. KEY WORDS: mass-media, manipulative techniques, combating media manipulation, public opinion, information society. RUSSIA.

41. TITLE: Deliberative democracy education as the basis of religious tolerance. AUTHORS: Alif Firdaus Zamzam, Setyabudi Indartono. ABSTRACT: Lately, violence against believers is very high. With regard to the increasingly widespread cases of intolerance which are a result of the immaturity of education regarding civil rights in religion, this article uses a literature review combined with an analysis of Habermas's concept of "public space" to make formulations for building tolerance, including communication and openness of equal rights in public spaces. This study focused on deliberately planting the value of democracy, with the aim of making society more democratic, intense introduction to each element of multi-religious community through citizen discussion forums. With the results, the process of deliberative democracy through discussion of public space is able to establish tolerance among religious people. KEY WORDS: democracy, deliberative, education, public space. INDONESIA.

42. TITLE: Training and professional development based on local and community development. AUTHORS: Xiomara Sánchez Batista, Yusleidys Rodríguez Aguilar, Tania Zamora Reytor. ABSTRACT: This article allows us to reflect on local and community development, based on the dynamic role of training and professional development based on this development. The main results of the research are specified in the knowledge and actions, which in the hands of professionals, can foster the link between the university center and the local actors, the dynamic role of innovation in their environment, as well as the determination of factors that promote or limit knowledge management and innovation in different contexts. Some examples of ways, procedures, methods, styles or means are proposed for the process of training and professional development to attend local and community development. KEY WORDS: community development, training, professional development. CUBA.

43. TITLE: Information and Communication Technologies (ICT); opportunity for self-management of the learning of the History of Cuba. AUTHORS: Josefa Azel Jiménez, Ángel Guido Navarro Otero, Ramón Pérez Linares. ABSTRACT: The social and cultural transformations question some educational approaches, and at the same time, ask for higher education an unquestionable role in the development of society. The Cuban University is facing the challenge of promoting lifelong learning opportunities for all and Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) constitute a powerful educational resource. Its introduction in the teaching-learning process of the subject History of Cuba has great repercussion, making the student a true protagonist of the process. This work is part of a pedagogical investigation, whose objective is: To demonstrate the importance of ICT for the teaching-learning process of the subject History of Cuba, theoretical and empirical methods were used. KEY WORDS: university, ICT, learning, class-meeting, training-guide. CUBA.

44. TITLE: The didactic games: their value for the work of the Logopeda. AUTHORS: Lisvania de la Caridad Labrada Batchelor, Moraima Martha Batchelor Ramos, Yusleidys Rodríguez Aguilar. ABSTRACT: This article is related to the importance of educational games in the work of the speech therapist in Preschool Education. They constitute a source of potential development, since they respond to a basic need at this stage. The speech therapist through educational games develops potential in different areas of knowledge, contributes to the development of language, communication and in a general way to its integral development. The objective of this article is to offer basic guidelines for the realization of these types of games in girls and boys of Preschool Education. It also shows some examples of educational games. KEY WORDS: didactic games, education preescolar, teacher logopeda. CUBA.

45. TITLE: Formation of reflection on the basis of information and communication technologies. AUTHORS: Sholpan Janzakova, Nazira Atemkulova, Hanna Bielienka, Kateryna Volynets, Zhanylsyn Sabirova, Shnar Demissenova, Shynar Yelezhanova. ABSTRACT: The article discusses the theoretical and methodological issues of professional training, pedagogical technology of this process. The author describes the concept of training of future teachers. A version of the model of the development of students’ cognitive interest based on information and communication technologies is presented. The characteristics of levels, criteria, and indicators of the development of students’ cognitive interest are given. The conclusions are presented on the perspective modeling of the learning process considering the development of cognitive interest based on information and communication technologies. KEY WORDS: training, educational technology, reflection, modeling, cognitive interest. KAZAKHSTAN.

46. TITLE: Deep nature of the reality of the work of the university professor in Virtual Learning Environments: case universities of the northwest of Mexico. AUTHORS: María Teresa Pérez Piñón, David Picazo, Dagoberto Pérez Piñón, Aixchel Cordero Hidalgo, José Abelardo Anguiano Chavira. ABSTRACT: The objective was to characterize the profile of the teacher who teaches in virtual learning environments (VLE). With a phenomenological approach, information was collected from focus groups of teachers from institutions of higher education in the northwestern region of Mexico. The results reflect that the VLE teacher assumes several roles: graphic designer, content, style editor and platform administrator, activities that may ultimately detract from the quality of his chair. The teacher is a facilitator who uses Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) as a means of interaction; It requires training in ICT, virtual pedagogy and disciplinary. The findings can serve as sustenance to delineate strategies for the benefit of educational quality in unconventional modalities. KEY WORDS: distance learning, qualitative research, phenomenology, teacher. MEXICO.

47. TITLE: Use of Information and Communication Tecnologies in the classroom as support resources. AUTHORS: Salvador Aguirre Guzmán, Cecilia García Pérez, Abel Limón Minero. ABSTRACT: This work brings together and systematizes a diversity of possibilities of application of ICT in the classroom and school experiences on the use of digital educational resources. The impact on daily life, caused by technological development and computer systems, has resulted in a rethinking of teaching-learning methodologies in the classroom, due to the incorporation of ICT and TACs, integrated into TPACK models, implying digital educational resources as complements, promoting the development of the competence of teachers and students. KEY WORDS: ICT, TAC, competencies, Pedagogy. MEXICO.

48. TITLE: Analysis of foreign and Russian experience in implementing Lean Technologies in educational institutions. AUTHORS: Sergey Kurganskiy, Olga Kireeva, Irina Belogortseva, Nina Kireeva. ABSTRACT: The article is devoted to understanding the possibilities of applying the technologies of lean production in the field of education. On the basis of the conducted research, the causes of negative results and the conditions for achieving effective indicators of the use of lean production technology in the educational environment were determined. The results of the study allow to eliminate errors in the process of implementing lean manufacturing technology in the field of education, to find new motivational components to increase employee’s interest in the results of their activities, to think about creating a new model of a “lean” university by internal capabilities mobilization. KEY WORDS: Lean manufacturing, Lean Technologies, management, educational environment, Lean Learning. RUSSIA.

49. TITLE: The Security of the WI-FI Networks in University Environment. AUTHORS: Peter Losonczi, Martina Vackova, Pavel Necas. ABSTRACT: This article deals with the operating of the WiFi networks and the security measures taken at universities. Following the preliminary presenting of the general threats the article describes the starting-points of the operating the Wi-Fi networks at universities, and also specific risks for such an environment. The risks are based on the autors´ knowing the issue and their research in this field. Next, the authors present security measures representing the so called standard measures, and measures that have been recquired by the operating itself of such networks in practice. The article also presents wider consequenses as a result of breaking the rules in operating the Wi-Fi networks at universities. Such a fact can influence operators of the networks themselves, namely particular universitie. KEY WORDS: security, WiFi, wireles network, university. SLOVAKIA.

50. TITLE: Violence in school coexistence in basic education: a state of the art. AUTHOR: Rosalinda Cazañas Palacios. ABSTRACT: The objective of the article was to realize a state of knowledge about how the subject of school coexistence in basic education has been treated; it was pursued that the reviewed articles had that approach or any gender variable. The research methodology was carried out in two phases: 2 heuristics, through which the search and identification of studies in Latin America and Spain were delimited; and the hermeneutics that encompasses the analysis, selection and interpretation of texts. The paper concludes that the manifestations of violence permeate school life and that the gender approach continues absent in the reflections of educational research. KEY WORDS: school violence, school life, gender studies, masculinity. MEXICO.

51. TITLE: Reflections on the teaching practice of the Historian in Upper Secondary Education. AUTHOR: Norma García Jorge. ABSTRACT: The present work exposes the partial results of an educational ethnography that was carried out with five teachers of History of the University Baccalaureate of the Meritorious Autonomous University of Puebla, analyzing their teaching practice, the problem statement, the research question, the general and specific objectives, the methodological design and some reflections obtained from the participant observation that took place during six months in the classrooms, together with semi-structured interviews applied to the research participants. KEY WORDS: teaching practice, teaching History in Baccalaureate, educational ethnography. MEXICO.

52. TITLE: Attention to individual differences of talented students to write. AUTHORS: Eraida Campos Maura, Diana Cárdenas Caballero, Mileidy Tiza Martínez, Isabel Julia Veitia Arrieta, Dunia Machado Santos. ABSTRACT: The direction of the teaching-learning process in a student group is highly complex in itself, much more if you consider these individual differences that appear in it; this constitutes one of the fundamental challenges for every educator: the diversity-unity relationship. In particular, attention to students of high abilities and talents in the writing process is an expression of the need to combine the search for excellence with the principles of equity. The needs of talented people to write transcend the school environment, so that talent urgently requires a differentiated educational treatment that responds to the educational interests or needs of each other according to their characteristics as a group. KEY WORDS: talent, diversity, teaching, to write. CUBA.

53. TITLE: Suggestions to teachers for the care of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) included in the context of a diverse class group. AUTHORS: Zulema Corona Castañeda, Yusleidys Rodríguez Aguilar, Yuneiky Licea Proenza. ABSTRACT: Educational inclusion has the responsibility of offering a quality education to all children, adolescents and young people with Special Educational Needs, so it is necessary to prepare teachers to face the challenge of attending to diversity; hence, the teaching of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) included in the context of diverse class groups is a challenge. This article offers suggestions to teachers for the care of children with ASD included in the context of a diverse class group; this theme being one of the biggest questions that arise in teachers who have the difficult task of educating diversity, due to the characteristics of these children. KEY WORDS: autistic children, diverse class groups, education. CUBA.

54. TITLE: Impact of exercise and depression on higher level students; case Autonomous University of the State of Mexico case. AUTHORS: Cristina Polet Gutiérrez Rodríguez, María Eugenia Álvarez Orozco. ABSTRACT: The impressive prevalence that depression has had in recent years and the little or no exercise performed by adult population, has made suspect a possible relationship between these variables. A quantitative non-experimental, cross-sectional, descriptive, correlational and explanatory type was developed, applying instruments such as Hamilton Scale, Short Harvard Step Test and a questionnaire with items: Sex, age and whether or not they performed physical exercise. The sample was 22 students both sexes with the objective of establishing the impact of physical exercise on depression. It was determined that 63.6% of students do not exercise, 90.9% have a poor physical condition and 68.2% have depressive symptoms. KEY WORDS: depression, physical exercise, physical condition, impact, students. MEXICO.

55. TITLE: Ethnic language: a blessing or a curse in Teaching of ESL at secondary level. A study of English teachers’ attitude towards Ethnic Languages. AUTHORS. Muhammad Riaz, Muhammad Kamal, Khalid Kamran. ABSTRACT: This study aimed to discover the use of ethnic languages (i.e. Urdu, Punjabi, Sindhi, Pashto and Balochi etc.) by Pakistani English language teachers. For this purpose, a semi-structured interview was utilised to collect data from 40 teachers teaching at different public and private schools in Bahawalpur (a district in Punjab, Pakistan). The results revealed that majority of public and private sector schoolteachers considered the role of said languages very significant for English language teaching. KEY WORDS: ethnicity, ethnic languages, ESL/EFL, Public English secondary schools, Private English secondary schools. PAKISTAN.

56. TITLE: The dual education system in Mexico: case of the Polytechnic University of the Toluca Valley. AUTHORS: Silvia Cristina Manzur Quiroga, Miguel Martínez López, Agustín Cortés Rebolledo. ABSTRACT: This article is the result of a study on the dual system of vocational training. In it, the evolution of education in Mexico is studied until reaching the implementation of the German dual model in our country. In addition, the problem that companies have during recruitment is analyzed, because applicants do not develop the necessary skills during their training to be good candidates for jobs. The advantages of the dual education system are also presented compared to the “traditional” model, its implementation in Mexico and the statistics of the dual model applied at the Toluca Valley Polytechnic University with an analysis by career and productive sector. KEY WORDS: Dual System, vocational training, Toluca Valley Polytechnic University. MEXICO.

57. TITLE: Implementation of the Science Development Strategy: New and Non-Standard Solutions. AUTHORS: Galina V. Petruk, Nina V. Shashlo. ABSTRACT: The paper discusses the main tasks of research activities in universities in the context of the implementation of the national project "Science". In the work, indicators are specified that make it possible to ensure the presence of Russia among the leading countries of the world engaged in scientific research. The characteristics of the instruments used in the practice of the particular university for solving the problems of scientific research, improving the quality and effectiveness of on-going research, and the efficiency of the educational process are given. KEY WORDS: university, scientific and technological development, research, science, research and development. RUSSIA.

58. TITLE: Study the attitudes of students, faculty members and training experts to the educational performance evaluation standards in faculty members of the university. AUTHORS: Robab Emami, Nadergholi Ghoorchian, Parivash Jafari. ABSTRACT. The purpose of this paper is to examine the attitude of students, faculty members and training experts to the educational performance evaluation standards in university faculty members. To gather information, the researcher-made questionnaire included 20 questions, in the form of a 5 Likert spectrum, from trivial to critical, was used. The results showed that faculty members and experts in education in three areas before, during and after teaching accredited faculty members’ performance evaluation standards. KEYWORDS: assessment, educational performance, faculty member, students, education experts. IRAN.

59. TITLE: Inclusive pedagogical experiences within the framework of the sustainable development goals. AUTHORS: Noé Abraham González-Nieto, Irais Monserrat Santillán-Rosas. ABSTRACT: This research proposes an analysis of the nexus between inclusive education and the Sustainable Development Goals of UNESCO, through the study of a case from Monterrey, Mexico. Drawing from a qualitative perspective and participatory action research, the experiences of participants are gathered through three inclusive pedagogical experiences carried out in an extracurricular project. Through participant observation (field notes), semi-structured interviews and examples of the inclusive pedagogical experiences, the voices of these students are retaken.  Results indicate that these practices allowed the use of open spaces to the linguistic, cultural and social diversity of the participants, as well as highlighting the importance of incorporating non-formal education systems in the achievement of sustainable development objectives. KEY WORDS: Inclusive education, migrant education, indigenous education, sustainable development goals, inclusive pedagogical experience. MEXICO.

60. TITLE: The perception of UNIANDES students about gender violence. AUTHORS: Luis Antonio Llerena Ocaña, Luis Rodríguez Rangel, Diego Freire Muñoz, Paulina Salas Mejías. ABSTRACT: The present study is carried out with UNIANDES students and it frames their interest in the defenselessness that so many women have in the world in the face of abuse and above all in the attempt to find ways, methods and strategies to eliminate this plague that represents an embarrassment for the human society. It is an exploratory, observational, descriptive, cross-sectional and quantitative study. The non-probabilistic method is used and the chosen instrument is the questionnaire. KEY WORDS: gender violence, defenselessness, women, abuse. ECUADOR.

61. TITLE: Assessment of the behavior of the scientific production of masters and doctorate graduates of the Autonomous Regional university of the Andes. AUTHORS: Sharon Álvarez Gómez, Olga Gloria Barbón Pérez, Jorge Goyes García, Ariel Romero Fernández, Diego Carrillo Rosero. ABSTRACT: The research is carried out with students of two postgraduate modalities of the Regional Autonomous University of the Andes and aims to assess the behavior of the scientific production of masters and doctorate graduates of this university. It is a quantitative, cross-sectional and descriptive study in which work is carried out on the preparation and application of an ad hoc questionnaire to evaluate the variables. KEY WORDS: scientific production, graduates, scientific culture. ECUADOR.

62. TITLE: The attendance variable and the study hours variable in relation to the student's grade point average. AUTHORS: Miguel Velasteguí Córdoba, Yadier Alberto Torres Sánchez, Frowen Bolívar Alcívar Basulto, Marco Rodrigo Mena Peralta, Francisco Mantilla Muñoz. ABSTRACT: This study is a contribution to this whole debate oriented in this case, to work together with two of the most recognized factors, that is: the attendance variable and the variable hours of study in relation to the average of students' grades. The present investigative work addresses the average grade of students where the quantitative method is used and the variables that are going to be used are the Attendance and Study Hours. This research can be classified as exploratory, empirical and deductive. KEY WORDS: class attendance, study hours, grade average, students. ECUADOR.

63. TITLE: Strategies aimed at solving problems related to certain factors that intervene in the academic results of the students of the Law course of the Autonomous Regional University of the Andes. AUTHORS: Aurelio Agustín Quito Cortéz, Bolívar Enrique Torres Ortiz, Víctor Manuel Quintanilla Sánchez, Nelson Becerra Arévalo. ABSTRACT: The objective of this study is to identify the models that best explain the factors that contribute to the academic performance of students of the Autonomous Regional University of the Andes. According to the objectives set out in this research, it can be classified as exploratory, empirical and deductive. Due to the nature of the treatment of the data, it is a quantitative, correlational research and, according to the classification criterion of the research design and the number of variables, it is considered as multivariate. KEY WORDS: academic results, academic performance, attendance at classes, study habits. ECUADOR.

64. TITLE: Behavior of the new students of the Autonomous Regional University of the Andes. AUTHORS: María José Calderón Velázquez, Beatriz Viteri Naranjo, Miguel Ángel Guambo Llerena, Danny Hallo Montes de Oca. ABSTRACT: The specific objective of this study is to develop an algorithm to explain the behavior of new students of the Regional Autonomous University of the Andes. This research can be classified as exploratory, empirical and deductive. According to the classification perspective of the research project and the number of variables, it is estimated as multivariate. According to the nature of the data process, it is a quantitative, correlational investigation. KEY WORDS: quota allocation, postulants, income, higher education, universities. ECUADOR.

65. TITLE: The influence of the granting of scholarships and the learning capacity of students on the number of people with more academic training. AUTHORS: Eugenio Javier Escobar Díaz, Diego Tixi Torres, Wilson Layedra Luna, Juan Edmundo Zhinin Cobo. ABSTRACT: The justification for the scientific relevance of this work lies in the need of the academic community to investigate the aspects directly related to academic performance. The objective is to determine the influence of granting scholarships and the learning capacity of students on the number of people with more academic training. This research can be classified as exploratory, empirical and deductive. According to the nature of the data process, it is a quantitative, correlational investigation. KEY WORDS: granting of scholarships, learning capacity, academic formation, higher education. ECUADOR.

66. TITLE: Estimation of the level of influence and affectation that certain variables have on the academic performance of the students of the Autonomous Regional University of the Andes. Babahoyo Headquarters. AUTHORS: Iyo Alexis Cruz Piza, Jorge Luis Galarza Paz, Leonardo Iván Barahona Tapia, Wimper Venancio Nivela Zapata. ABSTRACT: This research is carried out in the Autonomous Regional university of the Andes (UNIANDES) and its objective is to estimate the level of influence and affectation that certain variables have on the academic performance of said students. This research is classified as exploratory, empirical and deductive. By the process of composition of the data is a quantitative, inferential and correlational type research. According to the classification of the research design and the number of variables, it is considered as multivariate. KEY WORDS: study hours, self-esteem, academic performance, level of influence. ECUADOR.

67. TITLE: Analysis of the behavior of the academic performance of the students of Business Administration in relationship with the motivation for the career they are studying and the socioeconomic situation of the parents of the students. AUTHORS: Ángel Riera Recalde, Roberto Aguas Putan, Laura Marlene Ochoa Escobar, Franklin Montecé Mosquera. ABSTRACT: This research is carried out in the Autonomous Regional University of the Andes and has as objective the behavior of the academic performance and the socioeconomic administration of the students. Parents The research is exploratory, empirical and deductive. The type of quantitative and correlational information is considered for the treatment of the data. According to the classification criterion of the research design and the number of variables is multivariate. KEY WORDS: academic performance, motivation, socio-economic situation. ECUADOR.

68. TITLE:  Analysis of the effectiveness of the educational policies implemented in Ecuado r. AUTHORS: Patricio Rodrigo Portero López, Esperanza del Pilar Araujo Escobar, Jorge Washington Soxo Andachi, Juan Giovany Sailema Armijos. ABSTRACT: This research is based on the number of students enrolled in higher education institutions in Ecuador and its objective is to analyze the effectiveness of the educational policies implemented in the country. This research can be classified as exploratory, empirical and deductive based on the determining objectives. Due to the nature of data processing, it is a quantitative, correlational investigation. According to the classification criteria of the research design and the number of variables, it is multivariate. KEY WORDS: effectiveness, educational policies, minimum score, number of races. ECUADOR.

69. TITLE: Degree of relationship between academic performance, hours for the study and number of students enrolled in the career of Tourist and Hotel Companies of UNIANDES. AUTHORS: Mónica Tello Cadena, Manuel Jaramillo burgos, Laura Alicia Colcha Ramos, José Rodolfo Calle Santander. ABSTRACT: The purpose of this study is to determine the degree of relationship between the variables, academic performance, hours dedicated to the study and number of students enrolled in the career of Tourism and Hotel Companies of UNIANDES, as well as to identify the models that best explain the contributing factors. to the academic performance of students of said university. This research can be classified as exploratory, empirical and deductive. Due to the particularity of the data methodology, it is a quantitative, correlational investigation KEY WORDS: academic performance, hours for study, students enrolled, career of Tourism and Hotel Companies. ECUADOR.

70. TITLE: Didactic conception of a laboratory practice from the aperture levels. AUTHORS: Leticia Centelles Badell, Olga Gloria Barbón Pérez, Neyda Hernández Bandera, Lina Espinosa Pire, Abdel Bermúdez del Sol. ABSTRACT: A didactic intervention strategy was implemented, based on workshops for 30 students. This led to the redesign of the practice based on the modification of the opening level. It was based on a non-experimental descriptive design of pretest-posttest type without control group. Before and after administering the strategy, evaluation instruments were applied to measure the behavior of the dependent variables and the knowledge of problems associated with the practice initially and the impact of the strategy on the development of skills, respectively. The sign test was applied for a level of significance p <0.01, whose result (Z> 2.33) points to the positive impact of the didactic strategy on the variables under study. KEY WORDS: Laboratory practice, chromatographic separations, aperture levels, didactic intervention strategy. CUBA-ECUADOR.

71. TITLE: Determination of the extent to which the hours dedicated to the study and the hours dedicated to sleep condition the academic performance of the students. AUTHORS: Oscar Fabian Silva Montoya, Milton Rodrigo Hidalgo Ruiz, Diego Vladimir Garcés Mayorga, Carlos Alfredo Riofrio Molina. ABSTRACT: His research is carried out in the Faculty of Medical Sciences of the Autonomous Regional University of the Andes and its objective is to determine to what extent the hours dedicated to the study and those oriented to sleep act in favor or against the performance of the students. Research can be considered exploratory, empirical and deductive. According to the classification criteria of the research design and the number of variables, it is multivariate. KEY WORDS: hours dedicated to the study, hours dedicated to sleep, academic performance. ECUADOR.

72. TITLE: Analysis of the incidence in the academic performance of the scholarship students taking into account the hours of study and the qualifications of a group of the Autonomous Regional University of the Andes. AUTHORS: Cindy Rodríguez Tapia, Germánico Caguanco Almeida, Segundo Rosero Portilla, Diego Coca Freire. ABSTRACT: His study is aimed at providing some more elements on academic performance, taking together two independent variables that are the hours of study and the qualifications of a large group of students of the Autonomous Regional University of the Andes in Ecuador to check their influence on the dependent variable number of scholarship students. The present investigative work is of correlational type. According to the focused objectives it can be classified as exploratory, empirical and deductive and by the way data processing is quantitative, correlational. KEY WORDS: academic performance, scholarships, study hours, qualifications. ECUADOR.

73. TITLE: Determination of the causes that cause the desertion in the university careers and its relation with the average of subjects failed and the average of students who chose the race. AUTHORS: Olga Gloria Barbón Pérez, Ruth Ysabel Tavera Lits, Sandra Gauytarilla Salas, Rosa María Montalvo Pantoja, María Verónica Aveiga Hidalgo. ABSTRACT: The work presented is part of the international movement aimed at obtaining evidence of why, how and where the dropout occurs in higher education and establish what is the relationship between the average variables of failed subjects and the average number of students who chose the career. The research is considered quantitative and correlational and in regards to the type of research is inferential type. KEY WORDS: desertion, university careers, failed subjects, students who chose the career. ECUADOR.

74. TITLE: Determination of the existing relation between the academic performance with respect to the state of mind and the hours dedicated to the rest of the university students. AUTHORS: Marco Marcelo Sandoval Ortiz, Olga Mireya Alonzo Pico, Marlon Patricio Escobar Jacome, Cristian Dorado Ceballos. ABSTRACT: This study aims to determine if there is a relationship between academic performance with respect to the state of mind and the hours dedicated to rest and to what extent such correspondence exists, as well as the weight of each of them and the total volume. This research is classified as exploratory, empirical, inferential and deductive. According to the processing of the data, it is quantitative, correlational. And regarding the classification of the research design and the number of variables, it is considered as multivariate. KEY WORDS: academic performance, state of mind, hours dedicated to rest, university students. ECUADOR.

75. TITLE: Information System for monitoring graduates in Ecuadorian higher education institutions. AUTHORS: Cristian Salomón Guevara Albán, Ariel Romero Fernández, Freddy Pablo Cañizares Galarza. ABSTRACT: The follow-up of graduates is an activity of great importance for educational institutions because it allows to improve communication with students who graduate from it and feedback on the current labor market. The following research proposes an information system for the control of follow-up processes to graduates and labor insertion in higher education institutions, which contributes to improving quality indicators. A survey is applied to graduates and an interview with executives related to this activity showing that the institutions communicate with their graduates, but using scattered sources which evidences the need to have a system that integrates all the information and facilitates the taking of academic decisions. The proposed system integrates two important lines of. KEY WORDS: Follow-up to graduates, labor insertion, information system, follow-up process to graduates and labor insertion. ECUADOR.

76. TITLE: Pedagogical functions and potential of volunteering activities in social upbringing of student youth. AUTHORS: Andrey I. Shutenko, Elena N. Shutenko, Tatiana V. Kuzmicheva, Anastasia V. Koreneva, Julia M. Maltseva, Alexander V. Apykhtin. ABSTRACT: This study aims to reveal the pedagogical resource of volunteering activities as an efficient form of students’ full-fledged socialization. It is based on the methodology of the activity and sociocultural approaches to psychological development of personality. The study identified the main motives of students’ participation in volunteering activities such as the motives of selffulfillment and social recognition. The conditions of attracting students to volunteering are described, being the social support of their collective initiatives the leading one. Using a systematic approach, the authors uncovered the pedagogical functions and potential of volunteering activities. it is realized that implementation of training, educational and developing components of this activity are factors of modern youth holistic socialization. KEY WORDS: volunteering activities, students, socialization, motivation of volunteering, pedagogical functions. RUSSIA.

77. TITLE: Methodological foundations of the formation of clinical thinking elements in students of a medical university while teaching physics. AUTHORS: Olga G. Ganina, Olga V. Ivanchuk. ABSTRACT: Nowadays medical universities in Europe, America and Russian Federation implement competence-based model of training a future doctor as a complex of competencies. However, formation of the given complex does not guarantee successful performance of professional activity by the graduates. According to the opinion of authoritative doctors, the key of professionalism lies in the presence of medical judgment. The authors of the given research set their goal as developing methods of teaching physics to medical university students that promote the formation of medical judgment. The article reveals the model of the given methods and their peculiarities; results of introducing these methods into the learning process of a medical university are briefly described. KEY WORDS: teaching future doctors, medical judgment, teaching physics. RUSSIA.

78. TITLE: Positive body image in adolescent girls: possible ways of promotion through psychological and educational technologies. AUTHORS: Ksenia N. Belogai, Irina S. Morozova, Margarita I. Gubanova. ABSTRACT:  This paper is analyzing promotion of positive body image for the adolescent girls. The formative experiment involved teenagers aged 14-15 years (N=59). The formative experiment revealed that the positive body image may be promoted for the girls by training aimed at reducing anxiety about body weight and shapes, expanding internalized stereotypes about the body and increasing the value of the body (differences in body image components before and after the training are found to be significant at p≤0.05). KEY WORDS: body image, positive body image, adolescence, psychological and educational technologies, training. RUSSIA.

79. TITLE: Continuing education of doctors: issues and possible ways of solving them. AUTHOR: Olga V. Ivanchuk. 2 ABSTRACT: Modern development conditions of treatment techniques and methods of treatment and diagnosis of diseases require doctors to constantly improve their knowledge. However, traditional methods of implementation of advanced training programs nowadays do not satisfy the requirements of potential trainees of advanced training courses. Taking into consideration this fact, the author of the article solves the problem of searching the theoretical approaches to the development of information educational environment of implementing doctors’ continuing education. KEY WORDS: continuing education, information educational environment of a medical university. RUSSIA.

80. TITLE: The influence of the expenditure of students failed in the SENESCYT tests on the number of students of Law degree at the Regional Autonomous University of the Andes. AUTHORS: Carlos Hurtado Lomas, Yadier Alberto Torres Sánchez, Edwin Patricio Vega, Máster. José Ignacio Cruz Arboleda, Ana Lucía Sandoval Pillajo. ABSTRACT: The topic to be investigated focuses on the students admitted to the law course of the Regional Autonomous University of the Andes in October 2018 and aims to explore the influence of the expense of students failed in the SENESCYT tests on the number of students of the law career of this university. This research work can be classified as exploratory, empirical and deductive; and taking into account the classification criteria and the number of variables is considered multivariate. KEY WORDS: student spending, failed, academic failure, academic performance. ECUADOR.

81. TITLE: Methodology for professional reaffirmation in students of Psychology. AUTHORS: Julio Victoriano Almanza Faife, Dimeri Piñeiro Esquivel, Gerardo Gracia Denis, Guelsy Pimienta Cruz, Milady Macareño Pérez. ABSTRACT: The present investigation is a starting point to face the professional reaffirmation of the students of the Psychology career, by going to the center of one of the fundamental processes that the Cuban university has: the training of competent professionals to respond to the needs of society, with origin in the scientific problem that expresses the need to contribute to favor it. Its objective is to design a methodology for workshops that respond to the results of the diagnosis applied to the selected sample. It shows a methodology that contributes to a better training of future professionals, taking into account the role of teachers together with the role of students. KEY WORDS: methodology, professional reaffirmation, Psychology. CUBA.

82. TITLE: Foreign student motivation for studying at High Medical Schools in Ukraine. AUTHORS: Svitlana S. Pudova, Liubov Ya. Shpilchak. ABSTRACT: Today, Ukrainian high medical schools are in demand among foreing students of very different countries. Consequently, the motives for students’ admission change. The paper presents the results of the research conducted in the 2017-2018 academic year on the basis of medical faculties of National Pirogov Memorial Medical University, Vinnytsya, and Ivano-Frankivsk National Medical University. The reasons that made students leave their home countries and study abroad, in particular in Ukraine, as well as the motives for choosing a medical profession, were identified. In addition, the career preferences of the second-year students were determined. KEY WORDS: motivation of professional choice, foreign medical students, career choice, motivation to study abroad, reasons for country choice. UKRAINE.

83. TITLE: Assessment of the training situation of both students and professors at the Autonomous Regional University of the Andes (UNIANDES). AUTHORS: Alex Javier Peñafiel Palacios, Raúl Fabricio Sánchez Santacruz, Leonardo Iván Barahona Tapia, Wimper Venancio Nivela Zapata. ABSTRACT: This research is conducted at the Autonomous Regional University of the Andes (UNIANDES)) and aims to assess the relationship that has the training of students and teachers with the reduction of students outside the university. This research can be classified as exploratory, empirical and deductive. The way in which data is processed is a quantitative, correlational type of research. And according to the classification criterion of the research design, it is multivariate. KEY WORDS: training, students, teachers, student retention. ECUADOR.

84. TITLE: Types of Educational Activities for the Formation of Healthy Lifestyle. AUTHORS: Veronika Kostyleva, Larisa Kyrkunova, Larisa Kosolapova, Larisa Tihomirova, Anastasia Chernousova. ABSTRACT. The article lists the tasks of health-preserving activities, enshrined in modern regulatory and legal acts regulating the activities of teachers, as well as the main forms of implementation of this activity carried out by practicing teachers of Municipal Autonomous Public Administration of Perm and Perm Territory, as well as volunteer pedagogic students of Perm State National Research University. KEYWORDS: formation of a healthy lifestyle, health-saving activities, directions of health-saving activities, types of health-saving activities. RUSSIA.

85. TITLE: Reflections on knowledge management in the United Nations. AUTHORS: Mario A. Ricardo Concepción, Milagros C. Pérez Pravia. ABSTRACT: Knowledge management as a discipline emerged in the academic field during the nineties of the last century. Despite its short chronological history, countless organizations from all spheres of human activity have been assuming it as a valuable tool to increase their effectiveness and to face the demands of the environments in which they operate. The United Nations, being the largest international organization currently in existence, is continually exposed to greater challenges, which demand new knowledge on a daily basis in order to fulfill its mission. That is why the present work presents some reflections on the state of knowledge management and its strategic importance in this organization. KEY WORDS: knowledge management, United Nations, Sustainable Development Goals. CUBA.

86. TITLE: Child-Parent relationships in Russian families of different types. AUTHORS: Aksana N. Yashkova, Valentina V. Buyanova, Nadezhda F. Sukhareva, Maria V. Alaeva. ABSTRACT:  This paper examines the data of empirical research on child-parent relationship in the Russian adoptive and birth families. Empirical evidence indicates that the child-parent relationships in Russian adoptive and birth families have similarities in the degree of parental care for children, and differences in the quality of positive emotions, their direction and parenting empathy channels. This suggests that foster parents should be selected on the basis of their psychological health and readiness to raise orphaned children, as well as to be trained to improve their parenting skills. KEY WORDS: interpersonal relationships, child-parent relationships, family, adoptive family, teenager. RUSSIA.

87. TITLE: Environment, well-being and sport: a glimpse from sustainability for an open society. AUTHORS: Julio E. Crespo, Juan Guillermo Estay Sepúlveda. ABSTRACT: This article analyses from a sustainable perspective the sport, as a means of social contact that promotes well-being and quality of life. It is emphasized that sports activities should consider the degree of ecological resilience and the role of states, governments, sports organizations and people involved in sports and their (dis)connection with the environment. KEY WORDS: Environment, quality of life, sport activity, sustainability. CHILE.

88. TITLE: Features of social and psychological adaptation and stress tolerance of refugees in Azerbaijan. AUTHORS: Kamila Aliyeva, Rashid Jabbarov. ABSTRACT: The article concerns about aspects as social and psychological adaptation and stress resistance characteristics of Internal Displaced Persons (IDPs) living in Baku city and its surrounding districts. It was determined that these aspects are comprehensively affected by IDPs’ individual psychological characteristics, sexual differences, long term frustration, number of children in the family and conflicts in the family. It is taken into consideration that migration, being coercive, is a factor that makes adaptation difficult along with many aspects. Although indicators considered important about the exposure of IDPs living in Baku city and its surrounding districts to stress from local impacts have not been found; on the contrary, violations of posttraumatic nature are high, reducing the indications of stress resistance and adaptation. KEY WORDS: Baku city, internally displaced persons (IDPs), social and psychological adaptation, stress resistance. AZERBAIJAN.

89. TITLE: Determination of the influence exerted by financial resources granted by parents on the expenses of students linked to their age and gender. AUTHORS: Álvaro Ríos Mena, José Gabriel Rivera López, Denisse Carolina Pluas Espinoza, Juan Carlos Albarracín Matute. ABSTRACT: This study has been developed in the Faculty of Jurisprudence of the Regional Autonomous University of the Andes. Its objective is to determine if the financial resources granted by the parents produce a differentiated increase in the expenses of the students related to their age and gender. The present investigation is of a correlational type and its purpose is to determine the degree of relationship and association between the variables: relationship between the level of expenses of university students and the pensions granted by their parents, their gender or sex and age. KEY WORDS: financial resources, student expenses, age, gender. ECUADOR.

90. TITLE: Dynamics of a case name functioning: connecting texts and generations. AUTHORS: Galina V. Struchalina, Anna S. Titova, Yulia V. Plotnikova, Polina A. Cheresyuk. ABSTRACT. In 1997 in Russia the experiment devoted to problems of functioning of case names in post-Perestroika society among the younger generation was made and described. In 2018 we made an experiment by the described technique. The analysis of results revealed changes of the connotations connected with a case name, there was a replacement of primary negative estimation by neutral. As the reasons of such dynamics, we consider not only decrease in relevance of the text source of a case name in society but also transformations of consciousness of readers, the transition from the linear type of thinking to "clip" (fragmentary). KEY WORDS: Case Name; Thinking; Intertextuality; Cultural Linguistics; Russian. RUSSIA.

91. TITLE: Cultural and ethnic factor contributing to personal helplessness: theoretical foundation of research. AUTHORS: Irina V. Ponomareva, Yana N. Sizova, Evgenia A. Evstafeeva. ABSTRACT:  This paper presents a theoretical analysis of cultural and ethnic factors contributing to personal helplessness which remains an open question for the modern psychological science. Study of the cultural and ethnic determinants of personal helplessness includes exploration of the ethnic and cultural living conditions of an individual, peculiarities of everyday life, disseminated general and family values along with an individual’s ethnic identity. Exploration of the cultural and ethnic factors in the context of a personal helplessness concept helps to build the theoretical foundation for addressing applied tasks related to prevention and correction of personal helplessness. KEY WORDS: cultural and ethnic factor, ethnic identity, personal helplessness, self-sufficiency, nature of personal helplessness. RUSSIA.

92. TITLE: The unity of artistic language with the wisdom of the people. AUTHORS: Habib Adil Oglu Mirzayev. ABSTRACT: The article shows the role of the stylistic situation in the creation of aphorisms in the poetic language; the folklore roots of these expressions outline their semantic and stylistic richness. The poetic and aesthetic nature of aphorisms is described, the main stylistic directions of the individual creativity of wise sayings are explained on the basis of specific linguistic facts. The connection of sententias with a specific artistic mood, a certain poetic mood, and other issues were also in the limelight. KEY WORDS: language, catchwords, lyric poetry, mastership, aphorism. AZERBAIJAN.

93. TITLE: New tendencies of staging William Shakespeare’s tragedies. AUTHORS: Mukhtar Dungeshov, Zhandos Boldykov, Bakyt Nurpeiis, Zurha Islambayeva, Baubek Nogerbek. ABSTRACT: The paper analyzes the staging process of W. Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”, “Othello”, “Richard III” tragedies in Kazakh theatre. The authors placed special emphasis on the demonstration of the society’s spiritual renewal and the reality of the historic period on the stage of the national theatre via the plays of the great playwright. It is obvious that W. Shakespeare’s playwriting at all times has been requiring a special line of thinking, cultural approach and deep psychological logic from Kazakh actors and this trend has been lasting till nowadays. This paper justifies that it is crucial for the Kazakh national theatre to considerate and research the common concerns of humankind by means of the great English playwright. KEY WORDS: playwright, creative work, representation, performance, tragedy. KAZAKHSTAN.

94. TITLE: Perspectives, importance, limitations and advantages from about the institutionalization of civic values as a cheer compromise from the population involucrate with the social programs, for increase the possibilities of archive the social rights guaranties in the Political Constitution of the Mexican United States of 1917. AUTHOR: Adrián Omar Lara Menchaca. ABSTRACT: It analyses the importance of the normative ambit with about the social rights establishes on the Political Constitution of the Mexican Unites States of 1917, and also the aspect required for increase the compromise with about their consecution; it articulates the idea of equal of opportunities developed by Rawls (2006), with one propose for the improvement of the recourses of participation between the involucrate people with the 3x1 for migrants program. Finally it establishes the pertinence of accordant and incorporates civic values, between the referees involucrate people with the 3x1 program, in order to makes as an propose and referent for achieve their institutionalization as a compromise with the involucrate population in every one of the social programs in Mexico. KEY WORDS: social rights, civic values, objective population, social programs, equality of opportunities. MEXICO.

95. TITLE: Prevention of pregnancies and sexual education in nursing students of the autonomous university of the state of México. AUTHORS: Rosalía Aguirre Rivera, Karen Araceli Trujillo Martínez, Andrea Zúñiga Marín, María Eugenia Álvarez Orozco, Cristina Polet Gutiérrez Rodríguez. ABSTRACT: Unsafe sex has caused an increase in the number of pregnancies which has an impact on health. It is intended to identify if the students have correct and complete information on the methods of prevention, as well as to discuss the use students of the nursing degree of the autonomous university of the state of Mexico give to them. The universe was 264 students, the type of sampling is not probabilistic with a sample of 156 students. As a result of the study, the age of 20 years predominates, beginning their sexual life between 14 and 15 years in an insecure environment, because they do not know the advantages, effectiveness and the correct way to use contraceptive methods. KEY WORDS: Sexual Health and Prevention. MEXICO.

96. TITLE: Legal basis of the system of provision of the court in Russia. AUTORES: Ivan I. Koryakin, Klim D. Koryakin, Vladimir S. Komarov. ABSTRACT: The article touches upon the legal basis of the court providing system in the Russian Federation. The authors form out the development of providing systems legislation, as well as the legislation of court providing system. There was analyzed the scope of impact and regulation, its peculiarities and various elements of legislation control. KEY WORDS: legal basis, court providing system, legislation, mechanism of legislation control, principles of organization and running for a court providing system. RUSSIA.

97. TITLE: Questions about resolving environmental disputes. AUTHORS: Anna Gubareva, Kseniya Kovalenko, Elizaveta Pelvitskaya. ABSTRACT: Today, the state of the environment in the world is of concern to both scientists and public figures. The environmental safety of most countries, including the Russian Federation, is being of high relevance of scientific research, given to the low degree of theoretical elaboration of rules governing litigation in cases related to the environment; then, the study of procedural issues relating to environmental law is extremely important, being a main problem the inconsistency of judicial practice on the fundamental issues of consideration of environmental disputes. Ignoring the distinctive features of judicial proceedings in this category of cases will inevitably lead to the appearance of procedural errors that impede the protection of rights and freedoms of citizens in the environmental sphere. KEY WORDS: Environmental disputes, court, law, human rights, ecology. RUSSIA.

98.TITLE: The evolution of constitutional rights in Ecuadorian legislation. AUTHORS: Galo Blacio Aguirre, Marcelo Costa Cevallos.  ABSTRACT:  In this article, we explain how the constitutional rights have evolved in the Ecuadorian legislation, where we see that the Ecuadorian Constitution has established a completely new system of rights and freedoms with respect to the previous Ecuadorian constitutional system, which is included in what it is called the Latin American Neoconstitutionalism, and that goes through the recognition and guarantee of a large list of rights. KEY WORDS: right, neoconstitutionalism, tutelage, good living, fundamental. ECUADOR.

 99. TITLE: Legal regulation of special technical means of fixing road violations.  AUTHOR: Kseniya Kovalenko. ABSTRACT: Since 2008, in the Russian Federation, hardware and software systems for identifying vehicles and speed meters have been introduced. The newest intellectual systems for monitoring compliance with the speed limit and video recording of various traffic rules violations have been tested and obtained the right to operate. This article concludes that the technical means of automatically recording violations of the Rules of the Road allow for round-the-clock monitoring of traffic flows on multi-lane highways and intersections of any degree of complexity, while simultaneously recording several offenses. The use of devices for fixing violations significantly increases the effectiveness of supervision over the observance of the Rules of the Road, drastically reduces the number of violations. KEY WORDS: road, administrative offense, punishment, legal act, administrative responsibility, state. RUSSIA.

100. TITLE: Employment policy in the conditions of digital revolution. AUTHORS: Valentina A. Sushko, Natalia G. Dekhanova, Urij A. Kholodenko. ABSTRACT: The contemporary society is undergoing profound social changes associated with digital revolution. Not only does digital transformation cover the production activity itself and the change of organizational structures of companies and business-models, but it transforms social reality considerably, boosts the processes of social changes, and influences social relations, the labor market and the population employment structure, too. Adaptation to the changing social conditions is painful and it involves serious economic, political and social costs. With regard to this, digital revolution can become a growth driver for the Russian economy while creating risks for the labor market, too. These aspects are developed in the article. KEY WORDS: digital transformation, employment policy, human capital, digital inequality, digital technologies. RUSSIA.

101. TITLE: Problems of definition and consolidation of the principles of anti-corruption policy in the modern world. AUTHORS: Inessa Shagenovna Galstyan, Irina Nikolaevna Klyukovskaya, Roman Ruslanovich Gabrilyan, Olga Yurievna Aparina, Viktor Yegorovich Semenov. ABSTRACT: This article specifies theoretical problems of definition and consolidation of the principles of anti-corruption policy in modern world, requiring detailed and more precise consideration. The concept, structure, and content of anti-corruption policy, forms of its manifestation, understanding of its principles as a kind of concentrated content of law are defined, the system of principles of law is studied, and the principles of anti-corruption policy are separated. Dialectical and comparative legal methods are used. The scientific novelty is manifested in an attempt to objectively consider the problems arising in the process of formation of anti-corruption policy with an eye on the principles of anti-corruption policy in international legal documents with possible implementation in national legislation and legal life. KEY WORDS: corruption, anti-corruption policy, fight against corruption, prevention of corruption, corruption factors. RUSSIA.

102. TITLE: Criminal law assessment of kidnapping. Theoretical and practical aspects. AUTHORS: Alena Kalenykh, Anna Gubareva, Kseniya Kovalenko. ABSTRACT: The article considers the problems of qualification of abduction, its correlation and differentiation with other violent crimes against the person and property from the perspective of criminal law, the doctrine of criminal law and judicial practice. KEY WORDS: freedom, possession, violence, capture, retention. RUSSIA.

103. TITLE: Unconstitutionality of the abbreviated procedure in Ecuador. AUTHOR: Silvana Erazo Bustamante. ABSTRACT: The abbreviated procedure in the Ecuadorian criminal procedure system, in order to simplify the process, guaranteeing the procedural economy and the punishment of the crime; as conceived, it violates some constitutional rights, especially the rights of the person processed. The objective of this work is to demonstrate the unconstitutionality of said procedure, through a detailed analysis of the constitutional and legal norms; in addition to a doctrinal and jurisprudential analysis on the subject and the pronouncement of some international instruments that protect human rights. The abbreviated procedure is vitiated by serious irregularities of a constitutional and legal order and is insufficient to decongest the administration of justice without violating criminal guarantee. KEY WORDS: abbreviated procedure, unconstitutionality, due process, fundamental rights. ECUADOR.

104. TITLE: Requiem for Fidel: on social sciences, Marxism, intellectuals. AUTHOR: Hayled Martín Reyes Martín. ABSTRACT: The following study focuses on the Cuban leader Fidel Castro Ruz, and his relationship with the social sciences, Marxism and intellectuals. Without pretending to do an archaeological or historical study of everything that connects the personality with this knowledge, it is an outline of the genesis where the approach for this knowledge arises, and Fidel's understanding of as a transformer of the social sciences, as an interpreter of the Marxism, and as an intellectual. This type of research is relevant, to the extent that Fidel's theoretical interrelation with this knowledge is unknown, because, if the previous approaches are analyzed, only the compilation of his thinking is noticed, and almost no critical element is contributed. KEY WORDS: social sciences, Marxism, intellectuals, revolution, thought. CUBA.

105. TITLE:  The right to adoption by homosexual couples.  AUTHORS: Raúl Horacio Arenas Valdés, Jesús Domingo Reyes Martínez. ABSTRACT: The adoption by equal marriages is a reality in Mexico City since April 2010, then in Coahuila, from 2014 and in Campeche in October 2016 where the High Court ruled in favor of the adoption of children by homosexual couples when declaring unconstitutional an article of the Law of Civil Societies of Coexistence. In the first case, the possibility was given after the approval of the changes in the Civil Code in December 2009. The possibility that same-sex couples may adopt in Mexico has brought various responses and positions of rejection or approval. KEY WORDS: Adoption, Homo-parental, Non-discrimination, personality. MEXICO.

106. TITLE: Legal analysis of justice by itself in the context of the requirement of a right. AUTHORS: Raúl Horacio Arenas Valdés, Luis Armando Sierra Ramírez. ABSTRACT: Due to the high index of insecurity, the low efficiency of the police corporations, the slow processes and the lack of confidence in the judicial bodies, there is a feeling of anger and despair in the population at the same time, which has as a consequence that people start to impart justice for itself. As a result, citizens abandon legal mechanisms that protect the principle of legal security, impose themselves as judge and party to deliver justice in a partial, excessive and violent manner, transgressing the rights of those accused as aggressors. This behavior is increasing as there is no penalty to sanction it. KEY WORDS: Justice, Legal security, Insecurity, Inefficacy. MEXICO.

107. TITLE: Biraderi affiliation and wealth as dynamics of power in Punjab: A case study of Khushab District. AUTHORS: Muhammad Waris, Muhammad Nawaz Bhatti, RizwanUllahKokab. ABSTRACT: This paper discusses the role of wealth and biraderi affiliation in the assumption of power in political culture of Punjab. It is based on the case study of district Khushab. The paper tries to answer two major questions. At first, it will be compared whether riches or kinship is significant in relation to securing power in the area of our case study – Khushab. Second aspect is if wealth has been concentrated in major biraderis who in turn manage to grasp the power in the area. Thus, the alliance between wealth and biraderi has emerged as major power broker in the politics of Punjab. Interviews and primary documents are basic sources of this historical study. KEY WORDS: Biradari, wealth, political party, Economic conditions, power. PAKISTAN.

108. TITLE:  Electoral Politics in Pakistan (Elections 2013): A Case Study of Multan District. AUTHORS: Muhammad Farooq Akber Leghari, Aftab Hussain Gillani, Ghazala Hayat. ABSTRACT:  Pakistan has an electoral procedure characterized by the constitution. The electoral procedure in Pakistan was neither standard nor straightforward; however, the last three elections of 2002, 2008 and 2013 were conducted as per the constitutions. In Pakistan, elections and the political procedure are commanded by political figures. Despite the fact that there is a multiparty framework, a great many people incline toward two principle parties, the PPP and the PML-N, yet it is positive that the outsider PTI has developed in the nation as an outsider in Pakistan. The ponder centers around the 2013 elections and the conduct of occupants of the Multan area in Punjab. The motivation behind this investigation is to watch the electoral strategies at the miniaturized scale level in Pakistan. KEY WORDS: Election, Electoral political affairs, political contribution, political organization. PAKISTAN.

109. TITLE: Insurgencies and Invasions faced by the Bahawalpur State and its Military Response during the Reign of Bahawal Khan-II (1772-1809). AUTHORS: Ali Asdullah, Aftab Hussain Gillani, Shabana Hayat. ABSTRACT: The former Bahawalpur State was a princely State ascertained by the Abbasi Daudpotras who ruled over for 230 years. “Insurgencies and Invasions Faced by the Bahawalpur State and its Military Response (1772-1809)” exposes the efficiency of the Bahawalpur State forces against the internal enemies / insurgents. The Bahawalpur State faced strategic challenges such as succession struggles, internal insurrections, diplomatic manipulations, and boundary conflicts with other adherent states as well during the period 1772-1809. The present study highlights the circumstances in which the State poses a threat by its internal foes and rebels and ensured its existence of independent rule in this turbulent part of the subcontinent. KEY WORDS: Bahawalpur State, Insurgencies, Military Response, Daudpotras, Kalhora. PAKISTAN.

110. TITLE: Critical analysis of the task and foundation of the law in the face of the environmental crisis: analysis of its emergence, development and deepening. AUTHORS: Raúl Horacio Arenas Valdés, Montserrat Annette Álvarez Suárez. ABSTRACT: The current Mexican environmental legislation has played down the importance of the environmental crisis, which, faced with the adversities of the eminent climate change that our planet is suffering, should be a primary objective before the law, which would cause a new humanitarian challenge: environmental holocaust. For this reason, the human right to a healthy and pollution-free environment is no longer sufficient, nor is the concept of sustainable development. KEY WORDS: Law, crisis, environmental, norms, nature. MEXICO.

111. TITLE: Some causes of dangerous driving. AUTHORS: Kseniya Kovalenko, Nataliya Kovalenko. ABSTRACT: At present great attention is paid to emergency situations, during which people are victims. Exceptions are not situations on the roads. Over the past decades, there has been a steady increase in traffic accidents. This article analyzes the causes of dangerous driving, developed mechanisms for solving existing problems in this area. In today's world, driving is a very intense and risky activity. KEY WORDS: Offense, dangerous driving, crime, law, person. RUSSIA.

112. TITLE: House arrest: concept and essence. AUTHORS: Anna Gubareva, Maria Gadiyatova, Kseniya Kovalenko, Larisa Potapova. ABSTRACT: In 2001, a new preventive measure in the form of house arrest was introduced into the Criminal Procedure Law of the Russian Federation in 2001, however, the law does not define the concept of “house arrest”, but this deficiency is filled in the criminal procedure science. We analyzed the scientific literature and gave our own understanding of house arrest. KEY WORDS: house arrest, criminal law, human rights, state, punishment. RUSSIA.

113. TITLE: Theoretical aspects of the concept and content human constitutional right to liberty and security. AUTHORS: Elena Holodilova, Anna Gubareva, Kseniya Kovalenko. ABSTRACT: The problem of freedom as a state of personality is one of the most important, debatable and relevant in legal science for many centuries. It is closely connected with the problems of the place and role of a person in the Russian state and in the emerging legal system, with the individual's implementation of basic constitutional rights and freedoms, as well as with the need to improve legal mechanisms that ensure a person's worthy position in the world. KEY WORDS: Freedom, inviolability, human rights, law. RUSSIA.

114. TITLE: Features of proceedings on administrative offenses in the field of traffic. AUTHORS: Maria Gracheva, Anna Gubareva, Kseniya Kovalenko. ABSTRACT: The tasks of road safety are urgent as they today consist of pressing socio-economic problems facing society and the state; such is the case of traffic accident, which has become especially acute in the last decade due to the mismatch between the ever-increasing number of fleets and existing road transport infrastructure, insufficient efficiency of the road safety system, and low discretion road. KEY WORDS: administrative offenses, human rights, traffic accidents, safety, legislation. RUSSIA.

115. TITLE: The concept of preventive measures in law. AUTHORS: Kseniya Kovalenko. ABSTRACT: Preventive measures are criminal procedural measures of coercive effect applied on the grounds and in the manner established by law, by the interrogating officer, investigator and court in relation to the accused (suspect) in order to prevent him from escaping inquiry, preliminary investigation and trial, to continue to engage in criminal activities, impede criminal proceedings, as well as enforcement of the sentence. There is no consensus in the literature which actions should be considered preventive measures. The article analyzes the legislation and scientific literature. KEY WORDS: Preventive measures, legislation, offense, law. RUSSIA.

116. TITLE: The concept and legal nature of the object of a criminal offense for traffic violation. AUTHORS: Irina Soshnikova, Anna Gubareva, Kseniya Kovalenko. ABSTRACT: Criminal liability issues, arising from criminal offenses in the field of traffic, are crucial. The article considers such an element of the legal corpus delicti as an object of crime. Most scientists note the property of the object of the crime under Art. 264 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, the definition of this element of composition is a moot point. Road traffic crime is one of the most important problems facing the modern world. Crimes in the field of traffic cause significant harm to human life, health and property. KEY WORDS: object of a criminal offense, traffic violation, crime, human life and health. RUSSIA.

117. TITLE: To the question of terminology, used in the legislation on local self-government in the part of definition of notions of the deputies, and also persons, replacing municipal positions. AUTHORS: Ilya Zakharov, Anna Gubareva, Kseniya Kovalenko. ABSTRACT: The article analyzes the terminology used in the Federal law of October 6, 2003 № 131-FL «On general principles of the organization of local self-government in the Russian Federation» in relation to definitions of such categories as «deputy», «official of local self-government», «elected person of local self-government», «elected official of local self-government». The author concludes that the legislation on local self-government in respect of these categories should be simplified. Recommendations on improvement of legal regulation in the part of named persons are offered. KEY WORDS: Local self-government, local authorities, deputy, local government official, elected official of local self-government. RUSSIA.

118. TITLE: Current youth policy in the cultural and spiritual continuum of Russia. AUTHORS: Elena Aralova, Tatyana Kashchenko, Irina Polozhentseva, Irina Sinitsyna, Galina Yulina. ABSTRACT: At the beginning of the 2000s, youth activity is expressed mainly in the form of requirements for the country and the older generation for the return and strengthening of the paternalistic functions of the state and ensuring their implementation. The interest of the younger generation to the politics and culture of their country, region, small homeland is increasing, prompting young people to unite, and escape the spontaneity and vagueness prevalent today. Attention is focused on the youth of the new generation of the 2000s, who actually are forming the “pivot” of citizenship and patriotism in their lives. The “Z” generation sees itself, not as asking for free handouts, but as partners of government structures ready for self-realization in Russia. KEY WORDS: youth, millennials, Z generation, spiritual stress, spiritual and moral values. RUSSIA.

119. TITLE: Legal regulation of entrepreneurship of persons with disabilities. AUTHORS: Yulia Novikova, Kseniya Kovalenko, Nataliya Kovalenko. ABSTRACT: The problem of employment of people with disabilities in modern society is relevant and no less important. People with disabilities experience a number of difficulties in finding a job due to the fact that very often employers do not employ them under various pretexts, restrict their rights, make certain types of work inaccessible due to the physical inability of people with disabilities to their various types. Work for a person is an important condition for a full life. It is not only a way to economically ensure its existence, but also an opportunity to realize its abilities, including creative ones. Labor activity is a factor in introducing a person to social values. KEY WORDS: Employment, disabled person, labor law, human rights. RUSSIA.

120. TITLE: Labor relations in Russia: exposure institutions and law enforcement. AUTHORS: Irina Bocharova. ABSTRACT: The article discusses the practice of law enforcement in the field of labor relations in Russia. Analysis of the dynamics of performance indicators of state inspections for the period 2014-2018 indicates that the dynamics of the number of inspections of employers has a general tendency to increase, although in 2018 there was a slight decrease. It is observed as a decrease in identified violations. In the structure of inspections with revealed violations, a decrease in unscheduled inspections is observed. To strengthen compliance with labor laws, it is necessary to organically combine preventive measures with appropriate sanctions. KEY WORDS: regulation, prevention, inspections. RUSSIA.

121. TITLE: Self-employed citizens: international legal regulation. AUTORES: Elena G. Krylova, Elena V. Mitskaya, Agamali K. Mamedov, Ivan I. Koryakin. ABSTRACT: The social and legal status of the self-employed population should take the legislative form, as required by the realities of today. The main subject of discussion is the problem of legalization of the legal status of this category of citizens in Russia; while in many foreign countries already have such experience. This encourages systemic changes in this area. The main idea of future reforms should be not to increase tax revenues to the state budget, but to provide the legal and social basis for small private businesses. KEY WORDS: self-employed, legal status, entrepreneurship, patent, taxes, preferential treatment. RUSSIA.

122. TITLE: Principles of the Judiciary: Constitutional Experience of Structural Regulation in American Countries. AUTHORS: Aleksej P. Treskov, Al'bina S. Kalmanova, Tatiana N. Matyusheva, Vyacheslav L. Rasskazov, Lyudmila A. Tkhabisimova. ABSTRACT. This article presents a legal comparison of how the operation of the judiciary is regulated by constitutions of countries in the Americas. Our analysis shows that the judiciary is regulated through chapters dedicated to the judiciary, as well as via other chapters of the constitutions. The formalization of the latter regulations is the subject of this article. We establish that the non-dedicated chapters of constitutions provide for (but are not limited to) such key principles of the judiciary authority as independence, cooperation / coordination, and a number of judicial practices. All other regulations deal directly with the activities of the judiciary in the humanitarian aspect. KEY WORDS: Judicial Power, Principles Of Judicial Power, Judge, Independence, Interaction. RUSSIA.

123. TITLE: Meta-Theoretical Studies in the History of Legal and Political Doctrines: Heuristic Potential. AUTHORS: Evgenii A. Apolskii, Andrei Y. Mordovtsev, Alexey Yu. Mamychev, Tatiana V. Mordovtseva, Oleg G. Danilyan. ABSTRACT. This article discusses such an important tool in modern legal research as the meta-theoretical approach. The authors analyze the nature and prospects of using this method in the whole range of research work in law. The article concludes that the result of a competent application of meta-theoretical tools is the ability to carry out a systematic analysis of legal studies, allowing to reach the level of their practical implementation in the process of developing legal policy and state-building, as well as use an interdisciplinary level of understanding of the problems of legal genesis and development. KEY WORDS: Legal Doctrine, Scientific Reflection, Legal Metatheory, Meta-Theoretical Approach, System Approach. RUSSIA.

124. TITLE: State-Legal Doctrines of Russia as A Scientific Category: Essential and Law-Free Dimension. AUTHORS: Evgeny A. Apolsky, Andrey Yu. Mordovtsev, Alexey Yu. Mamychev, Tatyana V. Mordovtseva, Marina G. Okladnaya. ABSTRACT. The article discusses the Russian state-legal doctrines as a scientific category with a set of specific features. The authors analyze the definitions of legal doctrine, legal doctrine offered in the Russian political and legal discourse, and on the basis of this, they put forward their own definitions of both legal doctrine and state legal doctrine. The results of the research are of decisive importance for the history of political and legal studies, the general theory of law, and the philosophy of law, but at the same time, they can be used in other areas of legal (including branch) science. KEY WORDS: Legal Doctrine, Legal Doctrine, Science Of Science, State-Legal Doctrine, Ontological Dimension. RUSSIA.

125. TITLE: Defect as an interdisciplinary category and its value in theoretical and legal research. AUTHOR: Igor P. Kozhokar. ABSTRACT. The paper discusses the use of the category “defect” in various fields of scientific knowledge. The author has shown that the term "defect" is widely used in many sciences: mathematics, physics, medicine, psychology, engineering, etc. The relevance and practical significance of the study of defects in jurisprudence, in particular within the framework of the general theory of law, is substantiated. It is indicated that at present this phenomenon has been studied fragmentarily, its theoretical legal concept is missing, which prevents its effective branch research. KEY WORDS: Defect, Error, Compensation, Deficiency, Protection of Rights. RUSSIA.

126. TITLE: Abuse of Rights in Corporate Legal Relations: The Concept and Characteristics, Subjects and Forms. AUTHORS: Aleksey I. Ovchinnikov, Svetlana V. Rybak, Marina V. Alekseeva, Tatiana V. Veselaya, Olga V. Diachenko. ABSTRACT: The purpose of the research is to determine the Abuse of Rights in Corporate Legal Relations. the theoretical, methodological, conceptual and institutional aspects of abuse of the right by shareholders in relations with a joint-stock company were used. Results showed that Abuse of rights by shareholders is understood as a violation by shareholders of the basic rules of corporate behavior according to which a shareholder is obliged to exercise his/her rights and legitimate interests while respecting the rights of other shareholders, as well as the entire joint-stock company. KEY WORDS: Abuse of Rights, Corporate Legal Relations, Greenmail, Unfair Entrepreneurship. RUSSIA.

127. TITLE: Artificial intelligence as a subject of law: pros and cons. AUTHORS: Dremliuga R.I, Alexey Yu. Mamychev, Dremliuga O.A, Yulia S. Matyuk. ABSTRACT. The article deals with the analysis of the recognition of artificial intelligence systems as subjects of law. The article substantiates the assertion that at the moment there are no objective criteria for recognition or refusal to recognize something by the subject of law. The author comes to the conclusion that formally artificial intelligence can be recognized as a subject of law in a similar way to the legal capacity of a legal entity. Due to the existing differences between the properties of man and the intellectual system, humanity does not have an obligation to recognize such systems as the subject of law. KEY WORDS: Legal Capacity, Artificial Intelligence, High Technology Law, Subject of Law. RUSSIA.

128. TITLE: Political power and socio-cultural organization of society: problems of theory and history. AUTHORS: Valentin Ya. Liubashits, Nikolai V. Razuvaev, Alexey Y. Mamychev, Svetlana I. Kuzina, Viktor F. Novozhilov. ABSTRACT. This article discusses the socio-cultural characteristics of political and state power, as well as the transformation processes of the social system. The authors consider the specific characteristics of corporate democracy in Russia, as systems of functional representation, compare this analysis with other models and concepts of corporate forms of democracy. It is argued that modern “corporate” structures, as an integral part of the functional representation system, are a transitive form of sociopolitical transformation, leading both to the formation of a “democracy of owners” and an administrative “managed democracy”. KEY WORDS: State Power, Civil Society, Corporate Structures, Political Organization, Legal System. RUSSIA.

129. TITLE: Crimes in Virtual Reality. AUTHORS: Dremliuga R.I, Alexey Yu. Mamychey, Dremliuga O.A, Yulia S. Matyuk. ABSTRACT: This article discusses the phenomenon of “virtual reality”, its influence on the digital transformation of the modern society of social interaction. Separately, the authors analyze the problems of crimes committed with the help of virtual reality technology and their qualifications. The authors argue that as part of the development of virtual reality technology, there is room for manipulative effects on the emotions and consciousness of the victim and the psycho-emotional effect is comparable in strength to the effect of events in the real world. However, many criminal acts requiring contact with the victim can now be performed remotely. KEY WORDS: Virtual Reality, Crime, Information Technology. RUSSIA.

130. TITLE: “Artificial intelligence” in modern political and legal activities of the society: problems and contradictions of digital transformation. AUTHORS: Sergei A. Vorontsov, Alexey Yu. Mamychev, Vasilii N. Babenko, Anna P. Rabets, Olga S. Naskhuliian. ABSTRACT. This article analyzes the content of the concepts of “intelligence” and “artificial intelligence. The authors discuss the main problems of digitalization of the public law sphere, carry out modeling of the directions and prospects for the implementation of artificial intelligence systems in modern society. In particular, the article analyzes the contradictions and prospects for the implementation of artificial intelligence systems in specific socio-legal activities related to the protection of the rights, freedoms, and legitimate interests of a person and a citizen. KEY WORDS: Intelligence, Consciousness, State, Artificial Intelligence, Modeling. RUSSIA.

131. TITLE: The trick of “magic” in folk tales of one Thousand and One Nights. AUTHORS: Nezad soleimani .Soheila, Ashrafzadeh .Reza, Taghavi Behbahani. Majid. ABSTRACT: One thousand and one Nights, which compiled into Persian by Abdullatif Tsuji Tabrizi in the thirteenth century AH, is full of elements of folk effects and common mix of Hindi, Iranian, Egyptian and Greek thoughts and beliefs.  Due to the importance of the subject and the magnitude reflection of supernatural and magical elements in one thousand and one night's stories, this paper reviews a number of myths that include at least one magic factor; in this case, the reader achieves a comprehensive cognition of the magic concept in the tales of this work. KEY WORDS: One Thousand and One Nights, Folk Stories, Magic, Talisman, Raml, Maskh. IRAN.

132. TITLE: The issue of transfer phenomena Euphemia in the translation of poetry from Russian into English. AUTHORS: N.Y.Zhuk, L.Y.Yermakova. ABSTRACT. The article represents a study of the phenomenon of euphemization as an instrument for optimizing the perception of poetic text in the process of emotional and aesthetic impact on the recipient on the material of own translations. It is shown that the aesthetically significant, emotionally influencing transformation of reality is designed to reflect the artistic functionality of the poetic language. The most common and simple means of linguistic expressiveness is the use of lexical units that most clearly, expressively make you think. KEY WORDS: Euphemia, euphemisms, poetic text, literary text. RUSSIA.

133. TITLE: The phenomenon of the logical-information culture of the individual in the context of global changes in modern society. AUTHORS: Оryngul Аbilovа, Aynash Kudysheva, Bagit Kalimukhasheva, Aigul Tulegenova, Zhanna Kulbatyrova, Barshagul Stamgaliyeva. ABSTRACT: In the information society, a modern person should have a fairly high level of culture of handling information, possess the skills of searching, transmitting, processing and analyzing information, be able to use it to solve professional problems and create an innovative product. To reflect this fact, the term “logical-information culture of the individual” is introduced. In modern society, information culture organically enters into the real fabric of social life, gives it a new quality, leads to the transformation of many socio-economic, political and spiritual ideas that have been formed, and introduces substantially new features into a person’s lifestyle. This article discusses the main scientific interpretations of concepts such as personality, information society, information culture, reveals the main characteristics. KEY WORDS: logical-information culture, modern society, individual, information culture, development. KAZAKHSTAN.

134. TITLE: Investigating the effect of oppressed theater on prisoners' good behavior and enhancing their human interaction and social responsibility. AUTHORS: Mehrdad Jabari. ABSTRACT. The functioning of the oppressed theatre in prisons which has little addressed so far should be investigated in a scientific and analytical manner. This is an applied research in terms of purpose, and descriptive-experimental and correlational in terms of methodology. The statistical population included 135 prisoners in Yazd province, and the sample size was estimated to be 100 according to Cochran table. Statistical data was analyzed via SPSS. The results show that oppressed theater is effective in rehabilitation and training of prisoners. KEY WORDS: Oppressed theater, Rehabilitation of Prisoners, Prison Organization, Yazd Province. IRAN.

135. TITLE: Discussions on the Belt and Road Initiative: mutual benefits or loses. AUTHORS: Irina N. Belova, Elena A. Egorycheva, Valeriy S. Semenovich, Elena A. Notina, Irena A. Ryabinina. ABSTRACT: China has put forward a grandiose transport and economic project the Belt and Road Initiative, also known as “One Belt One Road” or “New Silk Road. It is impossible to deny the scale and complexity of the project. It entails achievement of economic prosperity by the countries along the Silk Road, their sustainable economic development and strengthening of mutual cooperation between the regions.  However, there are more and more discussions about China’s economic expansion into the countries participating in this initiative, about increasing the debt burden of the countries implementing the infrastructure projects of the Belt and Road Initiative. The concept involves the development of infrastructure construction, including roads, railways, ports, power networks, signal transmission via optical cables, and others. KEY WORDS: Belt and Road Initiative, One Belt One Road, China, international trade, transit corridor. RUSSIA.

136. TITLE: Households functioning as an investment institution. AUTHORS: Inna Litvinenko, Vladimir Korolkov, Nadezhda Solovykh, Peter Arefyev, Tatyana Arofeeva. ABSTRACT: In theory, this study aims at analyzing how, in today’s Russian society, the economic institution of the household responds to the “challenges” associated with modernization in the broadest sense (development of a managed market, “blurring” of the family, flexibilization of employment, electronic informatization, etc.). Although, in the economic theory, since the XIX century, it has been accepted to distinguish “households” as one of the three main types of economic entities, sociological studies of the XX-XXI centuries point to the growing atomization of individuals, as the state and firms partially “intercept” many of the traditional functions of the family (in particular, insurance, distribution of information, and education of children). KEY WORDS: households, investment institution, economic institution of family, level of inequality, spatial development. RUSSIA.

137. TITLE: Eurasian Economic Union in a Context of Global Integration Processes: the role of Eurasian Regional Integration and its Influence on World Politics. AUTHORS: Yana Glittova, Andrey V.Toropygin. ABSTRACT:  As the title implies, the research exposes the dynamics of the Eurasian integration process. It is analysed the role of EAEU intensification relations with other actors of world politics. It is proven that the listed factors indicate a positive perspective for the further development of the Union as an active regional organisation in the short and medium term. It is revealed the effect of international integration processes on the system of international relations of the 21st century. It is noted that the EAEU is a competitive integration association capable in a certain way to affect interstate relations, as well as able to play an important role in world politics, and thus can become one of the centers of power. KEY WORDS: Eurasian Economic Union, Eurasian Integration, International Integration Processes, System of International Relations, Center of Power. RUSSIA.

138. TITLE: Specifics of choosing the modern communication technologies in Marketing and Logistics Based on innovative approaches. AUTHORS: Anatolii Aleksandrovich Kizim, Diana Pogosovna Kajfedzhan, Vladimir Ivanovich Gayduk, Vladimir Dmitriyevich Sekerin, Anna Evgenievna Gorokhova. ABSTRACT: This article deals with the issue of choosing the modern technologies in marketing and logistics under the influence of the rapidly developing digital environment. The algorithm of choosing new types of marketing communications has been proposed, which allows identifying promotion tools suitable for the logistic technologies used. KEY WORDS: specifics of choosing the marketing and logistics technologies, digital environment, innovative technologies, competitive advantage, selection parameters. RUSSIA.

139. TITLE: Application of solar energy to remove salt from seawater. AUTHORS: Soheil Heydari, Maryam Pazoki, Nioushasadat Haji Seyed Javadi, Babak Azari. ABSTRACT: The use of modern sweetener technologies includes a variety of thermal, membrane and solar systems in which sea saline water is converted into fresh and potable water through thermal processes or membrane filtration processes that is a solution along with other water and wastewater purification processes in responding to reduction of water resources and the use of alternative sources has been developed to provide water for the needs of people, industry and agriculture. In this paper, it has been tried to review the general mechanism of sweetening seawater using solar energy, especially hybrid membrane and osmotic solar energy techniques and thermodynamic distillation of seawater with solar energy. KEY WORDS: solar energy, seawater, salt removation. RUSSIA.

140. TITLE: Automation of water facilities in Kazakhstan and its solutions. AUTHORS: Talgat Imanaliyev, Orazkhan Karlykhanov, Marina Li, Nurlan Bakbergenov, Aydos Zhakashov, Dmitriy Ponkratyev. ABSTRACT: In the new environment of agricultural development, agricultural water management, as one of the main factors guaranteeing high stable agricultural output, plays a special role. The scientific novelty of the research is the improvement of the automated system for controlling water resource management and metering water in a timely and balance fashion. This enables getting information about discharges, the analysis of which allows to establish whether the main goal of water distribution has been achieved and whether the required amount of water has been supplied in time. As a result, the automated water resource metering, level monitoring, and control system was implemented at the Asa, Tasotkel and Terisaşçıbulaq hydraulic complexes in Kazakhstan. KEY WORDS: water metering, water level sensor, discharge measurement, automated water management, water facilities. KAZAKHSTAN.

141. TITLE: Evaluation of the competitiveness of airlines based on the multicriteria ranking method. AUTHORS: Liudmila Rodionova, Ruslan Kidrachev. ABSTRACT: The article presents the results of critical review of domestic and foreign scientific literature on the assessment of the competitiveness of airlines. Scientific and methodological recommendations for assessing the competitiveness of airlines of the Russian Federation using mathematical tools of cluster analysis and multi-criteria ranking are proposed. The article discusses the structure of divisions and leagues of the airline. It is proposed to form three leagues of airlines (passenger, cargo and mixed) and five divisions. Assessing the competitiveness of domestic airlines is offered in four stages. In conclusion, the matrix “size – loading of the fleet of airlines” was compiled. The results of practical approbation of the task of assessing the competitiveness of certain airlines are presented. KEY WORDS: air transport, airlines, competitiveness, cluster analysis, multicriteria optimization. RUSSIA.

142. TITLE: Small energy formation within the context of enhancing energy safety of the EU countries. AUTHORS: Maxim Chernyaev, Anna Korenevskaya. ABSTRACT: The share of distributed energy in the total energy supply of the countries of the European Union (hereinafter referred to as the EU) has been steadily increasing throughout the 21st century. Technologies for generating and distribution of energy and heat supply are becoming more accessible and profitable for use by small enterprises and households. This provides a wider range of opportunities to ensure the sustainability of energy networks of both individual regions and the state as a whole. The purpose of scientific work is to analyze the possibilities of implementing and developing the concept of small energy to increase the security and independence of the energy networks of the EU block. KEY WORDS: Distributed energy, energy security of the EU countries, independent energy networks, decentralization of energy sources, renewable energy. RUSSIA.

143. TITLE: Designing of the value chain of creating the product value in the food industry branches at the regional level. AUTHOR: Tatyana V. Andreeva, Raisa S. Vidishcheva, Anna V. Kurlykova. ABSTRACT. This article is aimed at the theoretical substantiation and development of methods of the designing of the value chain of creating the product value in the food industry branches at the regional level. The major method of studying this problem is the research of the value chain of creating the product value in the food industry branches. Results showed that the offered methods specificity consists in the detection of business processes of creating the product value of the food industry branch on the basis of establishing the economic activities types in accordance with the Russian Classification. KEY WORDS: designing, value chain, product value, food industry, economic districts. RUSSIA.

144. TITLE: Organizational structure and administrative management: diagnosis in the savings and credit cooperative "San Francisco Ltda.", Agencia Puyo. AUTHORS: Eulalia Ochoa Galarza, Bayron Pinda Guanolema, Mario León Naranjo, Jaime Mayorga Rivadeneira. ABSTRACT: The research is carried out in the Cooperativa de Ahorro y Credito San Francisco Ltda., Agencia Puyo, during the period 2018 and aims to deepen, with the accompaniment of the scientific method, administrative management practices and the existing organizational structure in this type of institutions. Their intentions, of descriptive scope, use two empirical methods: the interview and the survey, as methods for the collection of the information. The present is a quantitative and qualitative study. KEY WORDS: organizational structure, administrative management, savings cooperative, diagnosis. ECUADOR.

145. TITLE: Incidence of the insertion of risk management in territorial planning. AUTHORS: Edgar Ramón Arredondo Domínguez, Robert Vinicio Lalama Flores, Edy Javier Meza Pérez, Fanny Maricela Pozo Hernández. ABSTRACT: This investigative work recognizes the limitations still existing in the matter of risk management in the planning projects, for this reason it considers it essential to favor with this study to perfect and complement the regulatory and legal framework that contributes to the total fulfillment of the constitutional mandate. For this, articles in Spanish and English published in the ScienceDirect and Scopus databases were reviewed, making the search with publication date between January 2000 and 2016. KEY WORDS: risk management, territorial planning, planning projects, constitution of the republic. ECUADOR.

146. TITLE: Prioritizing sustainable income strategies of middle municipalities with a good governance approach in policy formulation. AUTHORS: Alireza Emami, Mohammad Reza Rabiee Mandjin, Alireza Eslambolchi, Majid Shams. ABSTRACT: The purpose of this study was to prioritize sustainable municipalities' middle-income strategies with good governance approach in policy formulation through a survey method. Questionnaires were obtained from 57 experts' opinions using AHP method and SPSS software, Friedman test, t student and AHP method. According to the results, priority and importance of the category are: reforming the structure and process of policy formulation with a mean of 0.2620 including 17 dimensions, management capacity with a mean of 0.222 including 6 dimensions, personality capacity and contingency management with a weighted average of 2121 It contains 5 dimensions. KEY WORDS: Sustainable income, policy formulation, strategy, good governance, middle municipalities. IRAN.

147. TITLE: Resettlement of peasants from European part of Russia to Siberia in the late XIX – early XX centuries from the standpoint of Frontier Theory. AUTHORS: Andrey Ivanovich Baksheev, Galina Vladimirovna Yurchuk, Elena Alexandrovna Rukavitsyna, Mikhail Alexandrovich Petrov, Lyudmila Gennadevna Korol, Dmitry Vladimirovich Rakhinsky. ABSTRACT: The purpose of the study is to analyze Frontier Theory and its use in the study of peasant’s settlement in Siberia after the abolition of serfdom. Both, general scientific and special methods of historical science were used in the study. The article analyzes the concept of ‘frontier’ in foreign and Russian historical science. It has been shown that the development of Siberia was the result of a global process – new lands development, opposition of Christian and other civilizations. The analysis of resettlement policy in the Russian Empire in the second half of the XIX – early XX centuries was carried out; the issues of regional policy in pre-revolutionary Russia were investigated from the standpoint of frontier theory. KEY WORDS: frontier theory, Siberia, European Part of Russia, resettlement policy, the peasants. RUSSIA.

148. TITLE: Iran's Criminal Policy about Social Prevention in Sport Crimes. AUTHORS: Hamed Aryanfar, Ghobad Kazemi, Mohammad Javad Jaafari. ABSTRACT: Criminal policy has been interpreted as a set of practices with that a community board responds to a criminal phenomenon, and the involved system is defined in that way. Prevention of sport crimes and violations can be one of the appropriate ways to combat abnormalities in sport. Social prevention, which is an education-based prevention, can be effective in this regard. This does not mean the lack of laws and regulations, but a lack of an outlook for this issue. Ethics in sport is the missing object in Iran's legislative criminal policy. The absence of a coherent legislative criminal law in relation to the crimes and violations in the field of sport and lacking a plan to improve the situation are apparent. KEY WORDS: social prevention, education, public participation, professional ethics, sports. IRAN.

149. TITLE: The role of Saudi Arabia in creating religious tensions in the Balochistan region of Iran. AUTHORS: Mostafa Aliakbarian Haveshki, Alireza Golshani, Ismail Shafiee Sarvestani. ABSTRACT: This paper uses a descriptive-analytical approach using deterrence theory to predict the causes of Saudi involvement in ethnic-religious affairs in Iran's Baluchistan region; so, the question is, "What role does Saudi Arabia play in ethnic-religious tensions in the Balochistan region?" In response, it tests the hypothesis that "Saudi Arabia is using political and ideological reasons to use its power in the border region to create tension, because of its religious affiliation with Iranian Balochistan residents". As the results of the research show, to end the country's interference in Iranian internal affairs, the governments of Iran and Saudi Arabia must improve regional and denational relations with neighbors and groups affiliated with the two countries in the region. KEY WORDS: Saudi Arabia, religious tensions, Balochistan region. IRAN.

150. TITLE: Federalism, 18th amendment and nation building in Pakistan. AUTHORS: Muhammad Nadeem Saeed, Abdul Qadir Mushtaq, Shahid Latif. ABSTRACT: This paper sheds light on the significance of federalism in nation building, analyzing to which extent the 18th Amendment has strengthened the federation of Pakistan, and thereafter, what role federalism has played in the nation building. For Pakistan, federal system is thus the penance of such demands and issues, while the 18th amendment has given a definite course leading to nation building by advancing certain measures those if adopted may fetch encouraging results. Importance of political institutions may hardly be ignored. Inclusive and decentralized governance would allow federation of Pakistan to play its role in nation building through accommodating interests and identities. KEY WORDS: federalism, centre-province relations, identities, constitution, autonomy. PAKISTAN.