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Publications of Kirko Vladimir Igorevich
Sociodynamics, 2015-6
Kirko V.I. - The post-Soviet practice of conservation ethnic and cultural identity of the indigenous peoples of the North and Siberia in Krasnoyarsk Krai of the Russian Federation pp. 113-133


Abstract: The article presents the results of long-term field studies of Indigenous Peoples of the North and Siberia living in the Krasnoyarsk region (Russia). Currently, indigenous peoples of Krasnoyarsk Territory (Evenk, Enets, Chulyms, Nganasan, Nenets, Selkup, chum, Dolgan) experiencing serious impact of modernization and global transformations. Processes of ethnogenesis and cultural genesis occur for these ethnocultural groups differently. Some post-Soviet cultural practices contribute to the formation of positive ethnic and cultural identity of indigenous peoples of the North and Siberia. Muzeizatsiya culture naganasan (Indigenous Peoples, living only in the Krasnoyarsk Territory) podvetzhdaet conclusion that neoshamanizm Taimyr is significantly different from shamanism archaic and traditional cultures. Muzeizatsiya Heritage Nganasans indicates that cultural heritage Nganasans feeling the effects of market mechanisms. Original shamanism for ethno-cultural identity Nganasans is not typical.
Sociodynamics, 2015-5
Kirko V.I., Nevzorov V.N. - Innovative processes in the Siberian Arctic pp. 70-82


Abstract: The given article discloses the peculiarities of innovative processes in the sphere of indigenous small-numbered nations of the Siberian Arctic Region on the territory of the Krasnoyarsk Region (Russia). Conclusions of the article have been done on the basis of wide field researches of 2010-2014 in the Evenkis Municipal Region, Taimyr Dolgano-Nenets Municipal Region, Turukhansk Region, and Tyukhtet Region. The following specialists took part in the field researchers: economists, sociologists, architects, builders, medical specialists, cultural specialists, ethnologists, and fine art experts. The given article is devoted to innovative processes in Surinda - a Northern village (the Evenkis Municipal Region), a compact settlement of Evenkis – an indigenous nation of the Siberian Arctic Region. The main research method used by the authors of the article is the intepretation of the results of field researches conducted in the northern territories of the Krasnoyarsk Region in 2010-2015 and critical analysis of scientific sources on the matter. The basic occupation of Evenkis in Surinda is domestic reindeer breeding, hunting, fishing, and wild plants gathering. The scientists have researched the actual condition of Evenki reindeer breeders, their economic, social and cultural status. In the sphere of the Evenkis, they observe processes of social stratification, single out economic groups of the rich and the poor. Innovative processes should contribute to economic commonwealth of the Evenki reindeer breeders. To achieve this target, the researchers have developed a new typical model of a northern settlement (on the basis of the Surinda village, Evenkia). According to the authors, today's northern settlement should have innovative mini-manufactures that would reduce the cost of consumed energy and food products. The architecture of a northern settlement in Evenkia should involve cultural signs, images and symbols of the Evenki ethnic group. Special features of innovative processes in the sphere of indigenous small-numbered nations of the Siberian Arctic Region include a harmonious combination of cultural and environmental traditions of Evenkis and modern small science-intensive manufactures to provide small ethnic groups living in hazardous climate with all they need for a decent life. Innovative processes in the sphere of indigenous small-numbered nations of the Siberian Arctic Region should contribute to the preservation of the unique cultural, environmental and economic practice of these nations. 
Modern Education, 2015-2
Kovalevskii V.A., Kirko V.I. - Strategic Management of Regional Pedagogical University in Terms of Global and Local Risks pp. 45-69


Abstract: Strategic management of the modern university is determined by many factors including global transformations that create a highly competitive educational environment. Post-Soviet space of higher education is undergoing a series of crises that are enhanced due to the overlapping of international and regional trends. The aim of the study was to concretize the risks and challenges facing the regional Pedagogical University, as well as in the development of strategies to overcome current risks and adequate response to the specific challenges. Applied the methods of conceptual analysis, in-depth expert interviews, analytics statistics. According to most experts modern universities are in a situation paradigm shift their activities. Universities that do not meet the paradigmatic changes in the social life, lose its status. Russian universities are no longer able to use the internal strategy of "imitation" of university activities. Existing proposals on the global education market radically change the post-Soviet map of higher education.
Pedagogy and education, 2014-2
Kirko V.I., Pak N.I., Malakhova E.V. -


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