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Contents of Issue № 08/2015
The Dialogue of cultures
Kicheeva K.A. - The phenomenon of cultural reception in the process of socio-cultural interactions between Japan and Russia pp. 1-22


Abstract: In this study, we will focus on the essence of the phenomenon of cultural reception in their current status and their role in shaping the current state of culture. The main problem is a little-studied process receptive receptive factors, as well as features of cultural reception. It will be reviewed by the existence of donor-recipient relationships and their role in cultural processes. To expand receptive essence of Japanese culture will be discussed briefly features of the formation and existence of the Japanese socio-cultural space, its interaction with other socio-cultural national space - particularly with Russia. And try to trace the path of the alleged reception. At the end of the study will produce an introduction to the methodology by which we will explore the significant phenomena characteristic of modern Japan
Humanitarian projects
Boltaevskii A.A. - Biosphere-compatible city: the past, present and future. pp. 23-37


Abstract: The article discusses the concept of the biosphere-compatible settlements, one of which is the idea of "garden city" E. Howard, in the embodiment of our country began, including in the settlement Prozorovskaya in Moscow. Uncontrolled urbanization has led to housing, environmental and other issues on the lives of people. At the beginning of the XXI century. the struggle for a healthy environment is an important responsibility, as a government, and active citizens. The development of the capital metropolis is impossible without constant monitoring of the urban environment.The author uses the deductive-axiomatic approach. In particular, the potential danger of using the axiom of manufacturing processes and equipment.The environment can no longer cope with the pressure of the city, which implies the need for harmonious interaction between human society and nature. The first step on the way to the biosphere-compatible city should become permanent environmental monitoring, the output of polluting industries, transportation problems, and, ultimately, limit the uncontrolled growth of cities. The urban environment is analyzed, including on the basis of a survey conducted by students of the Moscow State Construction University.
Pchelkina D. - The mechanism of formation of personal interpretations in the social space of art culture pp. 38-63


Abstract: The study has revealed the specifics of the application of scientific methods "interpretation" in the analysis of works of art, it has been revealed the mechanism of alignment of personal interpretation. Testing was conducted based on an experiment conducted among respondents 20-25 years.
Roslyakova V.A. - About the meaning of colors in kinmatografe modern social communications pp. 64-74


Abstract: On the basis of theoretical and historiographical review of cinematic studies as well as by the application of methodology for analyzing works of cinematic art made a preliminary conclusion that the colors in the film has its own unique color logic of development, laws and stages of both artistic and expressive means of attraction and shows up perfect harmonic component in the film. This tentative conclusion is essential for subsequent conceptual analysis of specific works of modern cinema as the most effective for the current social communications.
Public dialogue
Tinyakova E.A. - The role of human language in transferrence of moral meanings in social relations in comparison with other communicative means pp. 75-124


Abstract: The author of the article targets to analyse to what extent human language corresponds to the moral status of a personality, partly from the viewpoint of Giambattista Vico and further on prolonged by the author: “philosophy is empty without philology, and philology is blind without philosophy”. This standpoint determined the tasks in the research: how fully a man can and wishes to realise moral principles with language−where is insufficiency concealed, how can one’s industry to perfect the use of language help a man to upbring oneself morally; when superficial and deep is the language in presenting moral principles. The problem that has caught the author’s attention is how intentionally and accidentally does the language build moral vectors. To confirm her conclusions the author has used a theoretical method comparing viewpoints of various thinkers, culturological approach referring to Russian and foreign literary sources, and practical approach with analysis of professional and everyday relations. The methods of research are based on interdisciplinary backgrounding that is the author presents dialogue of philosophy with philology, psychology, pedagogics, sociology and culturology. The methods used have given huge material and the author partly used it for the article. The conclusions made are supposed to raise moral level of human relations higher, cultivate culture of speech and to make social situation more favorable in general. Closer to reality, the results of the research can be used to understand political and social process and events, objective social vectors and their subjective vision, in professional ethics that in many ways determines our economy, and in everyday communication that influences social situation in general.
Politicical behavior
Lyubarev A., Shalaev N. - Vote Splitting in Mixed Electoral Systems: Attempt of a Comprehensive Research pp. 125-286


Abstract: The research is devoted to vote splitting (i.e. voting for a list of one candidates of one party or a candidate of the other party) in mixed electoral systems with the two ballot papers when single-member electoral districts are mostly used. The analysis is made based on the example of the three countries, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Russian Federation (including regional elections) and Ukraine. The authors of the article study elections held in different time periods and analyze votes for a large number of political parties as well as geographical differences within the aforesaid countrires. For each party in each campaign the average index of a rupture of voices, asymmetry of distribution of an index of a rupture of voices, an index of superiority of candidates, an index of influence of candidates and correlation between results of candidates and the party list were calculated. Also for each campaign the general index of a rupture of voices and an index of a specific rupture of voices considering only voluntary splitting of voices by voters were calculated. It is established that parties are divided on at what results of candidates it is generally best of all than results of party lists, and at what results of candidates are worse, and these distinctions generally remain in various campaigns. The authors make a conclusion about distinctions in behavior of voters in Germany, on the one hand, and Russia and Ukraine, on the other hand. 
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