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2013 year, number 3

1.
THE FACTORS OF FORMATION OF THE COMMUNICATION SPACE IN EDUCATION

M. A. Abramova1, V. V. Krasheninnikov1, Yu. Podguretsky2
1Novosibirsk
2Opole, Poland
Keywords: communication space of the education system, communication skills, family type, education level of parents, students

Abstract >>
In the article, which is based on N. Luhmann’s approach, the factors are studied of formation of the communication space of the education system. The communication space is considered as a complete and systemic formation, which is manifested in the dynamic process as the connection of states and has external and internal resources of its own development. To study the internal structure of this social phenomenon, there are used the structural and functional analysis and the activity approach, which is applied to exploring the social phenomena. According to the results of a pilot survey on the basis of a methodology due to N. Zbigniew and J. Podguretsky, there have been obtained evidence of a correlation between the type of family, educational level of parents, the presence of brothers and sisters in the family and the level of development of communication skills of students, which are determined on the basis of testing the following personality characteristics: ease in establishing contacts, empathy, resistance to external stimuli, the ability to transform (flexibility in communication), sensitivity to evaluation of the external characteristics of the interlocutor and the own ones, self-centeredness, openness, simplicity of communication. All these are reflected in an interval-type variable that determines the level of development of communication skills of the individual and the quality of the communication activity in general. There has been also revealed the interrelation between the level of development of communication skills of the students and their professional choice. The study has concluded that the identified relationships can serve as a basis for adjusting the methods of teaching students on the basis of a detailed analysis of the factors, which conditioned their education and upbringing prior to entering the university.



2.
THE WEST-EUROPEAN AND EAST-ASIAN EDUCATIONAL PARADIGMS

V. N. Nikitenko, I. A. Finefeld
Birobidzhan
Keywords: education, personality, Christian traditions, educational paradigms, self-development of the person

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The article contains a comparative analysis of the Western and Eastern paradigms of person’s education. The authors consider them to be equivalent and complementary ones. Taken together, they reflect the essence of education and self-education more properly. The West-European educational paradigm is primarily based on Christian traditions and rational science. Within this paradigm the human being, exploring and self-forming subject, is opposed to the object of his/her exploration, e.g. the teacher is opposed to his/her pupils. The East-Asian philosophical theories do not distinguish the human being from the whole system of world formation. According to these East-Asian theories, human education is a gradual attaining of enlightenment of his/her consciousness and feelings in the unity of the whole world. In order to reach this goal, specific methods, different from the ones in Europe, were created in Asia, e.g. koans, meditation, etc. Therefore, a synthesis of the West-European and East-Asian educational paradigms has a higher potential for human self-development rather than each of the systems separately.



3.
GLOBALIZATION AS A CONDITION OF CONVERGENCE OF THE WESTERN AND EASTERN SYSTEMS OF EDUCATION

M. S. Ashilova1, N. V. Nalivayko2
1Almaty, Republic Kazakhstan
2Novosibirsk
Keywords: globalization, Westernization, education, paradigm, transformation, identity

Abstract >>
Globalization is a multifactorial process in the modern world, which is characterized by transformation of all the social relations, including in the field of education. In recent years, the process of globalization has been actively studied by the scientists from the West and the East. It is suggested that there is taking place the rapprochement of the Eastern and Western educational systems, a paradigm shift, when the technocratic principle of training is replaced by the humanitarian one. With the globally increasing Westernization, both the East and the West should try to preserve their distinctive national education systems without rejecting the idea of borrowing the foreign experience. But this experience should be used not in an eclectic manner, but it should be organically included in the context of education.



4.
GLOBAL EDUCATION AND THE WAYS OF LINGUISTIC AND CULTURAL CONVERGENCE OF THE EAST AND WEST

B. R. Karimov
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Keywords: oikumenic theory of nation, concept of ethnosizm, concept of ethnolinguapanizm, averaged languages, averaged world language, global united system of written language

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The article proposes to solve some of the problems of global education and linguistic and cultural convergence of the East and West by means of using the oikumenic theory of nation, the concepts of “ethnosizm”, “ethnolinguapanizm”, the creation of a system of averaged languages for the groups of related languages and an averaged world language and a global united system of written language.



5.
THE METHODOLOGICAL FUNCTIONS OF THE PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION IN THE CONDITIONS OF GLOBALIZATION

Z. A. Abasov
Ulyanovsk
Keywords: educational crisis, globalization, philosophy of education, target education, information society

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Overcoming the educational crisis requires stepping outside the educational institution itself, thus providing the ground for reflection over it, analysis and consideration of its problems and horizons in a broad sociocultural context. The paper analyzes methodological functions of the philosophy of education in the conditions of globalization.



6.
CULTURE-CENTEREDNESS OF EDUCATION IN THE CONTEXT OF THE QUALITY-OF-LIFE PARADIGM

M. B. Liga
Chita
Keywords: quality of life, education, social education, culture-centeredness

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We study the interaction of education and the quality of life, analyze the challenges facing modern education as one of the mechanisms to ensure a decent life quality. It is proved that in the contemporary socio-cultural situation of the Russian society only a culture-centeredness of education in general and of social education in particular is a condition of formation of a socially active individual, as well as the basis of fundamentalization and technologization of training for all the sectors of the society, ensuring social and family well-being.



7.
ON THE ISSUE OF MULTICULTURALISM IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

L. P. Zagorulko
Novosibirsk
Keywords: multiculturalism, philosophy of education, language education, intercultural communication

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This article discusses the features of the modern multicultural social world in their relation to the philosophy of education. It is emphasized that the problem of development of multicultural education is not only the Russian one. The creation of a culture of inter-ethnic communication as a form of community development is possible through the system of language education.



8.
HUMANITARIAN EDUCATION IN MODERN RUSSIA: DISAPPEARANCE OF LITERATURE AS A THREAT TO HUMAN BEING

A. A. Antipov
Saint-Petersburg
Keywords: humanitarian education, guarding function of literature, transforming function of literature, the sense-making function of literature, the problematic nature of teaching

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In the article the author considers the problem of disappearance of literature as an essential component of the modern philosophy of education. The author shows that Russian literature performs the most important function for the formation of the human in the human being as a supernatural being. In the work it is argued that the main objective of educational policy is to resurrect the cult of reading and to comprehend the fact that Russian literature has a direct relationship to the foundations of national life. The author turns to a number of philosophical views, and claims that the disappearance of literature makes the philosophy and humanitarian knowledge barren and meaningless.



9.
THE SPECIFICITIES OF THE HIGHER EDUCATION TRANSFORMATION IN LIGHT OF MODE-2 SCIENCE

N. V. Golovko, E. A. Ruzankina
Novosibirsk
Keywords: higher education, mode-2 science, M. Gibbons

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The paper aims to illustrate the key elements of transformation of higher education since the Second World War from the point of view of the mode-2 science (M. Gibbons). The mass character of higher education leads to diminishing of natural monopoly of the university in providing educational services and in being the only organizational structure for the development and transition of knowledge. Within the neoliberal concept of science this may be interpreted as the redistribution of public goods (like higher education) in the corresponding field of public sphere.



10.
GLOBALIZATION AND ITS IMPACT ON THE PROCESS OF INTERACTION BETWEEN EDUCATION AND LAW

A. V. Pugachyov
Novosibirsk
Keywords: globalization, interaction, education, law, common information space, cross-cultural dialogue

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The article discusses the concept of globalization and its impact on the Russian society, as well as on the interaction of social institutions, education and law. In the study the author concludes that globalization as an objective process has a significant impact on the Russian society, including the process of interaction between education and law. This influence has both positives sides – the creation of the common informational space, the development of cross-cultural dialogue, and the negative ones – reduction of the fundamental component of the national education, the loss of national identity.



11.
THE TENDENCIES OF LEGAL REGULATION OF RUSSIAN EDUCATION: A CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS OF THE NEW LAW

A. B. Didikin
Novosibirsk
Keywords: education, educational relations, the law on education, the educational credit, responsibility, innovation activity, experimental activities, agreement on education, educational organization

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The paper presents a complex analysis of the content of the new law on education in Russia, taking into account the existing trends in legal regulation of educational relations. The author substantiates the idea of a significant impact of the norms of the law on functioning of the Russian system of education, pointing to the uncertainty of its prospects in light of the innovations proposed by the law.



12.
DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATION IN THE SOCIETY OF INNOVATIVE TYPE: THE PROBLEM OF MAKING THE MANAGEMENT DECISIONS

V. V. Petrov
Novosibirsk
Keywords: knowledge society, information and communication technologies, innovation, modernization, quality of education, management

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In the condition of formation of the knowledge society and penetration of high technologies and innovations into all spheres of life, the education system is being seriously changed. Despite the protracted and deep reforms, it does not have time to react adequately to the requirements of rapidly growing society. The reason for the collapse of the reforms is the organizational factors, which arise as a response to many changes and prevent the rapid adoption of sound reasonable management decisions, which leads to a change of axiological systems and reduce the quality of education.



13.
RUSSIAN SCIENTIFIC SCHOOLS IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF MANAGEMENT EDUCATION

L. Yu. Shemyatikhina
Ekaterinburg
Keywords: philosophy of management education, scientific foundations of management and economy in Russia, preparation of the heads of the industry branch organizations

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The author analyzes the content and contribution of the Russian scientific schools to the development of philosophy of management education. In the article the national features of management education in the end of XIX – beginning of XX centuries are investigated, the interrelation of scientific foundations of management with the progress of industrial soviet society is shown; the necessity of preparation for the activity in the new economic conditions of the heads of the industry branch organizations is proved.



14.
MARKETING OF EDUCATION SERVICES FOR THE ENTRANTS(ON THE MATERIALS OF THE UNIVERSITY SITES)

L. N. Vyushkova, L. M. Kochetova
Novosibirsk
Keywords: holistic marketing, principles, organizational units and stages of work with the educational service, Internet marketing, corporate website

Abstract >>
The authors consider the peculiarities of educational services for students and marketing mechanisms of their promotion. The specificity is analyzed of marketing relations and marketing of integrated communications in the educational space. Considering the stage of promotion of educational services, the researchers single out the Internet as the most effective channel for promoting information about the higher education institution. It is also emphasized that the Web-site of the University is evaluated as the main channel of interaction not only with a consumer, but also with a provider of educational services. The analysis of the site materials has allowed revealing a contradiction between the higher education institution’s understanding of the need to address information (each University has a page for applicants) and a lack of effective use of this electronic resource. The work investigates the pros and cons of electronic communications between the universities and the applicants through the office of a special address page of the corporate web sites of a number of higher educational institutions of Novosibirsk. The aim of the article is to reveal the most effective technologies of Internet marketing for applicants and exchange experience between the structures, supervising the pre-higher education.



15.
PEDAGOGICAL AXIOMATICS AS THE FUNDAMENTAL DEMAND TIME

J. S. Turbovskoj
Moscow
Keywords: pedagogicalaxiomatics, pedagogical principles, globalization, competitiveness, person, security, security of education

Abstract >>
Dear readers, the name of the Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor, the Head of the “Philosophy of Education” Laboratory of the Institute of Theory of Education and Pedagogy of the Russian Academy of Education, the President of the Academy of Creative Pedagogy, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Russian schools, Academician and a member of the Presidium of the Academy of Social and Psychological Sciences YakovSemenovichTurbovskoi has long been known to the scientific-educational community in Russia and abroad. We know and deeply appreciate his many remarkable works on pedagogy, philosophy, education, and psychology such as “Tradition and Modernity” (textbook, 2006), “Russian language: between hostility and love” (monograph, 2010), the articles “Multicultural upbringing in the United States and Canada” (2002), “Spirituality as an object of methodological consideration” (2009) and many, many others. Today, we continue to publish (see the first part in the previous issue of the journal – ¹ 2 (47), 2013) a new scientific paper by YakovSemenovich called “Pedagogical axiomatics as a fundamental demand of time”. The article presents a system of “Pedagogical axiomatic”as an initial basis for the development of the modern domestic education in the context of globalization. The axiomatic immutability is indicated of the pedagogical principle of nature-conformity as well as of the principles of adaptation and continuity. The recognition of the need for the purposeful usage of pedagogical axiomatics should ensure the quality and efficiency of the formation of the competitive person, and promote the transformation of the national education into an actor of national security. The editors thank Ya. S. Turbovskoj for the possibility to publish this scientific work, which raises critical issues of educational theory and practice; and invite readers to continue the discussion of the presented topical educational issues of pedagogical axiomatics.



16.
THE PROBLEM OF PRESERVING PERSONALITY IN THE INFORMATION SOCIETY AS A PEDAGOGICAL ISSUE

T. A. Artashkina
Vladivostok
Keywords: upbringing, information culture, information society, the issue of information security, personality, the issue of preserving personality, mass culture, elitist perception, alienating perception, the issue of personality formation

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The author believes that the issue of information security in modern information society is being transformed into the issue of preserving personality. The article shows that the issue of preserving personality turns out to be multilayer and polyphonic and the conditions which block the process of forming and translating the system of spiritual and cultural values, basic for personality formation, to the future generations have turned out to be very significant. The author analyzes the main functional channels of the information society which can transmit an active destructive influence on personality. The conclusion is made that a really effective system of preserving personality in the information space requires a new type of world perception which would not destroy either spiritual or physical personality basis. Alongside with the education system it is necessary to develop new channels of translating spiritual and cultural values which can answer the demands of postindustrial society.



17.
IMPLEMENTATION OF PERFECT RELATIONS IN THE FIELD OF EDUCATION

A. S. Fomichev
Krasnoyarsk
Keywords: perfect relations, education, training, upbringing, historical epoch, philosophy of education, model of the world

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In the article it is substantiated that the Russian education should develop within the Russian “Lad” model of the world, which presupposes preparation of people for the realization of perfect relations. The educational process within this model includes unity of all social norms, as well as the unity of training and upbringing. We prove that training and upbringing act as inseparable relations, which are being perfected within the system of other social relations and acquiring perfection in each other. It is shown that Russian education must be adequate to the historical epoch and meet its requirements.



18.
THE PRINCIPLES OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACH IN THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF MODERN EDUCATION

A. E. Firsova
Volgograd
Keywords: anthropological approach, the principles of anthropological approach, conceptual-theoretical, procedural-activity levels

Abstract >>
The article analyzes the problem of anthropological approach to the theory and practice of modern education. The definition of the category of «anthropological approach» is given, there are examined the levels of interpretation of the anthropological approach: the conceptual-theoretical and the procedural-activity ones. There is presented a classification of the principles and rationale of the anthropological approach in the contemporary pedagogical knowledge.



19.
A MODEL REPRESENTATION OF PEDAGOGICAL THINKINGIN THE PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION (COMPLEMENTARITY CONCEPTION)

G. G. Granatov
Magnitogorsk
Keywords: pedagogical thinking, complementarity conception, notion, reflection, functions of comprehension, developing education

Abstract >>
Starting from the idea of complementarity, the article substantiates the nature, special dialectic character and large capacity of pedagogical thinking, its conceptuality, reflexive character, its objective-ethical and subjective importance for the developing education of the person of reason and morality. A general concept of thinking in the process of subject studying is presented. This concept reflects the role and functions of comprehension at the stage of notion formation. The article also presents the pedagogical thinking model in the context of the complementarity conception. Hence, some theses on dialectic logic and ethics are elaborated.



20.
THE LOSER COMPLEX AS A FACTOR OF ADDICTIVE BEHAVIOR OF THE HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS

N. V. Dmitrieva, A. V. Sigaeva
Novosibirsk
Keywords: loser complex, addictive behavior, signs of the loser complex, correction of the loser complex

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The article discusses the concept of the loser complex as a factor contributing to the development of addictive behavior in the higher education students. We distinguish the signs which can help identifying the loser complex in the students as well as finding the methods of its correction.



21.
THE PHENOMENON OF FAITH AS ONE OF THE MAJOR ELEMENTS OF KNOWLEDGE AND UPBRINGING OF SPIRITUALITY OF THE YOUNG EXPERT

N. V. Polishchuk
Rovno, Ukraina
Keywords: knowledge, belief, spirituality, cognitive activity, the teacher, young generation, scientific and technical progress

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The author analyzes the philosophical connection between knowledge and faith and the ability of the latter to assist the cognitive activity of youth at the present stage of development of mankind. In the article the philosophical problem of the influence of faith on upbringing of spirituality of youth is investigated, because it is exactly due to the spiritual reason of young experts the mistakes of reason and unbelief on a difficult path of the scientific, technical and cultural progress can be corrected. It is proven that a high level of faith in the consciousness of the young person foster the development of humane reason which enables to open up adequately to people, to aspire to realization of ideas of humanism in one’s life, i. e. to become a person and a needed expert in the present and future societies.



22.
AN INFO-LINGUISTIC SYSTEM OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTELLECTUAL AND CREATIVE ABILITIES OF THE YOUTH IN THE CONDITIONS OF GLOBALIZATION

N. V. Volynkina
Voronezh
Keywords: globalization, info-linguistic system, intellectual and creative abilities, systemic-prognostic way of thinking

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The article deals with one of the main problems of contemporary globalization in the scientific sphere. The author offers an alternative way of its solving in higher education, namely, wide implementation of an info-linguistic system of development of intellectual and creative abilities.



23.
CULTURE AND EDUCATION IN THE INTEGRATION PROCESSES: THE RISKS AND POSSIBILITIES

Yu. B. Vertgeym
Novosibirsk
Keywords: culture, education, globalization, mass culture, integration processes, dialectics, understanding, values

Abstract >>
In the conditions of globalization the problem of mutual influences of the integration processes in the society and education is becoming more topical. In the article the action of the feedback mechanism in the «education – person – society» triangle is described. The notion of «ochloculture» is explained as a collection of the most extreme forms of the mass culture. As a way of risk minimization, a strategy of “understanding education” is proposed.



24.
PROFESSIONAL SELF-DETERMINATION AS A LIFE CHOICE OF THE PERSONALITY

A. V. Mal’gina
Saint-Petersburg
Keywords: professional self-determination, real-life situation, choice, life choices, personal meaning, meaning-related universals, values

Abstract >>
The aim of the article is to analyze the choice of profession of the school graduates. The importance of personal actualization in terms of occupational choice has been highlighted. The author examines some occupational choice positions but it depends on real-life situation and personal meaning. Graduates’ attitude to teaching will change if they find the meaning in the profession. It has been found that occupational selection refers to the personal life choices. The author has investigated criteria of choice and main choice characteristics such as reasoning, independency, sense-feeling, and decision satisfaction.



25.
GLOBALIZATION AND INFORMATIZATION OF THE HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL EDUCATION

B. E. Lamash
Vladivostok
Keywords: globalization of education, informatization of the educational process, multimedia content

Abstract >>
In the paper, there is analyzed the influence of globalization and informatization on the hydrometeorological education. It is shown that the growth of educational resources in the Internet is an objective process, of which it is impossible to stand aside. Multimedia content of the teaching material assists to increasing the comprehensibility of the material, and the use of foreign authors’ material helps improving the professional foreign language. Strong physical and mathematical basic education and taking into account the regional features of the studied geospheres remains a distinctive feature of the Russian hydrometeorological education.



26.
THE TEACHER AND HIS/HER CONSTANT ROLE IN MODERN EDUCATION

G. G. Zeynalov, E. N. Chekushkina, R. G. Kostina
Saransk
Keywords: constant, innovative development, “teacher” system, innovative thinking, moral education, spiritual qualities, responsibility, mobility

Abstract >>
The article suggests rethinking the role and place of the teacher in modern education. In our case the teacher is understood in a broad sense, assuming the form of a “teacher system”, representing not a simple collection of features and characteristics but a complete dynamic formation. The presence of the highly professional, competent and mobile teacher turns him/her into a constant of education of the XXI century, and upbringing is one of his/her tasks of paramount priority. Among the teacher’s tasks is not only the transfer of the past knowledge, but the formation of the young generation’s ability of innovative thinking, of being mobile, spiritually rich and well-mannered. The teacher becomes an important technological and pedagogical link between science and education, theory and practice, past, present and future. Its activity is multifunctional, and he/she acts as a pedagogue and researcher, creator and developer, manager and designer of educational process, a moderator between the students and the information sources. In modern education he/she becomes a researcher who constantly has to make scientific discoveries and implement them. Society which manages to create such a perfect «TEACHER» system will become the leader of the XXI century and will define the mankind’s future.



27.
THE PHILOSOPHY OF URBAN DEVELOPMENT IN THE PROCESS OF GLOBALIZATION

O. I. Barkova
Krasnoyarsk
Keywords: urban development, urban studies, urbanization, the effectiveness of urban planning

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The author considers the problems, which have arisen due to collision of various theories of urban development corresponding to the metaphysical and dialectical science projects, as well as their political, economic and social preconditions and consequences.



28.
ABOUT THE ESSENCE OF CREATIVITY AND CREATIVE ABILITIES

Yu. I. Shapiro
Novosibirsk
Keywords: creative work, creativity, intellect, chess creativity, chess player’s creative abilities, chess intuition, the intuitive component of the chess player’s creative thinking

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The article analyses the terms «intellect», «creative work», which are well-known in the scientific literature, and the notion of «chess creativity», the essence of which has not been revealed in the scientific and special literature. On the basis of essence analysis the term «creative abilities» is derived. As a result of theoretical investigation, the following list of terms has been offered by the author: «chess creativity»; «chess player’s creative abilities»; «describing-evaluating ability»; and «chess intuition».



29.
ON THE ACTIVITY OF THE PHILOSOPHICAL-METHODOLOGICAL SEMINAR 'INNOVATIVE DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATION IN MODERN CONDITIONS