CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS OF SOCIAL WORK

2412-527X

  • Publisher Федеральное государственное бюджетное образовательное учреждение высшего образования Российский государственный социальный университет
  • Country Россия
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THE CRYPTOCURRENCY IN THE RUSSIAN CRIMINAL ENVIRONMENT

ALEKSANDROV YU.N., VOROBEVA T.I., MALOLETKO N.E.

The authors believe that the use of cryptocurrency by Russian criminals will become an integral part of the future. The authors note that there is interest in cryptocurrency from the side of researchers. This is evidenced by the number of reports of interest at the annual conference (FC). On the other hand, the criminal environment is also becoming intellectually developed. The Russian criminal environment is pleased that nothing can restrict the operations, even the imposition of sanctions

CREATING AWESOME: TRANSITION FROM COLLEGE TO INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTION (PART 1)

MOORE ALAN THOMAS

The development of Russian education institutions to the highest International level is an ongoing process. Many methods, paths and instruments are applied to both accelerate and refine this transformation. Each Institution has common and individual issues to resolve in order to attain recognition amongst International peers. This article will address the issues facing the RSSU College, the steps being taken and methodology applied

BUDDHIST RELIGIOUS NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS IN MONGOLIA

ALTAIBAATAR JARGAL

In this article, we present some results from the author’s ongoing study on religious organizations and results of the joint project «The present state of Buddhist “social work” activities in Аsia» (2016-2017), of Shukutoku University, Japan. The main challenge for every religious organization is to keep its main idea and identity, to adapt to the globalizing, sustainable developing, and rapidly changing society. The religious non-governmental organization is one of the types of adaptation of religions to the contemporary world. The article shows how Mongolian Buddhist religious non-governmental organizations are developing and adapting to the current Mongolian society

SOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE CENTER-PERIPHERY MIGRATION OF THE POPULATION IN RUSSIA

KOZHANOVA V.P., BAGROVA N.V., PAPKOVA N.E.

The authors analyze the characteristics of migration processes in Russia; note mainly the Central-peripheral nature of migration; highlight the regions of Russia, giving and receiving the population; consider in detail the causes that encourage young people to migrate; presents the specific features of the youth labor market; study the negative consequences of migration, both for sending countries and for receiving. The authors note that currently migration does not provide redistribution of the population across the country in order to balance supply and demand in the labor market. Of course, it is necessary to develop mechanisms to stimulate labor migration of citizens, including through the development of the housing market and solving social problems

SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL PECULIARITIES OF CREATIVE ACTIVITY AND CREATIVITY IN OLD AGE AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM OF THE CAPITAL CITY FOR OLDER PEOPLE

BAGROVA N.V., PAPKOVA N.E.

The authors consider the new socio-cultural realities of modern Russia, as well as the General features of the socio-demographic situation in order to determine the possible directions of activation of the creative potential of the third generation. Realization of creative potential allows elderly people to become active participants of modern socio-economic and socio-cultural changes, to successfully adapt to the everchanging economic, political, social and cultural situation in the country, to respond adequately to social contradictions and social risks. Currently in Russia began to appear all sorts of resource centers, clubs, studios, organizing and uniting the elderly at various events in accordance with their interests. On the example of the capital metropolis, the authors considered the features of a variety of educational programs for the older generation

PROBLEMS OF "SANDWICH" GENERATION: PSYCHOLOGICAL AND GENDER ASPECTS

PAPKOVA N.E.

Against the background of global demographic changes is the rapid aging of the population. Care for elderly relatives falls on the shoulders of people of the “sandwich generation”. These are men and women aged 45-65 who, like a sandwich, are caught between caring for children (often grandchildren), their spouses and their elderly parents. They experience tremendous psychological pressure and guilt, endure heavy physical exertion, sacrifice their career, do not have the opportunity to realize themselves professionally. As a rule, this practice of care has to be taken on by women

ANALYSIS OF THE DYNAMICS OF CHANGES IN THE ELEMENTAL COMPOSITION OF ECOSYSTEMS UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ANTHROPOGENIC ACTIVITIES

NAKHAPETYAN A.A., EROKHOVA V.V.

At the present time in the world there is an increase in urban agglomeration and expansion of the boundaries of large cities. Examples of such extensions are ubiquitous, such as the idea of uniting Paris and its suburbs into a large metropolis, the so-called “Greater Paris”. Similar changes occurred in the Moscow region, on July 1, 2012, a large district in the south-west of the city was annexed to the territory of Moscow. According to the results of the merger, the borders of Moscow expanded and the new administrative district of TINAO became part of the city. All these changes in the boundaries of large cities around the world are characterized by the concept of urbanization. Urbanization is one of the major trends in modern land use [15]. In 2014, the share of urban population in the world was 54%, and according to forecasts, by 2050 it is estimated that the number of urban dwellers will be about 66% of the total population of the planet, equal to about 6.3 billion people [9]...At the present time in the world there is an increase in urban agglomeration and expansion of the boundaries of large cities. Examples of such extensions are ubiquitous, such as the idea of uniting Paris and its suburbs into a large metropolis, the so-called “Greater Paris”. Similar changes occurred in the Moscow region, on July 1, 2012, a large district in the south-west of the city was annexed to the territory of Moscow. According to the results of the merger, the borders of Moscow expanded and the new administrative district of TINAO became part of the city. All these changes in the boundaries of large cities around the world are characterized by the concept of urbanization. Urbanization is one of the major trends in modern land use [15]. In 2014, the share of urban population in the world was 54%, and according to forecasts, by 2050 it is estimated that the number of urban dwellers will be about 66% of the total population of the planet, equal to about 6.3 billion people [9]. There is a huge variety of characteristics of urban districts in the world: about half of urban residents live in relatively small settlements, numbering less than 500,000 inhabitants, and almost one in eight live in 28 megacities with a population of 10 million or more. Since 1990, the number of megacities has almost tripled; and by 2030, 41 urban agglomerations are projected to contain at least 10 million inhabitants each [13]. Any change has its advantages and its problems. The advantages and advantages of urbanization include the development of infrastructure and the emergence of various social organizations, the development of new projects of cultural leisure and recreation, the emergence of new affordable housing for the population, as well as creating additional opportunities for migration of the population. The problem of urbanization can be attributed to the deterioration of the ecological characteristics of urbanized territories, migration of the LABOUR PROTECTION 54 CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS OF SOCIAL WORK population becomes unregulated, depletion of forest reserves, deterioration of soil fertility indicators and their functions in general [5]. At the moment, there are a large number of state programs on project solutions related to urbanization. In such programs, the scenario and trends of ongoing changes are envisaged; it is the choice of the most rational development scenario that will allow to carry out this process without deterioration of environmental indicators, as well as to maximally neutralize possible negative consequences [6]. A weighty negative consequence of the change in the process of urbanization is having on the soil. With the increase in population migration, there is a need to build places for housing and the creation of new jobs, which leads to mass development. This changes the soil characteristics and has a negative effect on the ecosystem services provided by the soils. Currently, there is an acute problem of the ecological status of different regions of the world. The main centers of violation of a stable environmental situation are located in major cities of the world. In the course of his life, a person creates various benefits for the population. These include construction, industrial development, the development of air and auto equipment, the production of pharmaceuticals, mining and processing of minerals and much more. Despite attempts to reduce the destructive impact on the world around man, the ecological situation is aggravated every year. Now, in most countries of the world, in addition to creating a priority for reducing the impact on nature (ecological construction, preservation of natural massifs, restriction in logging, etc.), there are organizations that are responsible for environmental monitoring. Organizations for environmental monitoring put forward certain standards for the impact on various systems of the biosphere and monitor their compliance. However, these standards only reduce the speed of the changes. Changes under the influence of human activity can cause irreversible effects. At first glance, insignificant emissions during construction, transport, agrarian / industrial sectors, etc. Do not exceed the performance standards of various ecosystems. However, this is the direction of changing their elemental composition. On the example of this study, the main criteria for changing the elemental composition of soil ecosystems are displayed, and the dynamics of their change in perspective are also presented.

METHODOLOGY FOR UNIVERSITY MANAGEMENT WITH PROSPECTIVE APPROACH IN THE INTEGRATION OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN GUANTANAMO

DELIS SEVILA RODRIGUEZ, ALBERTO TURRO BREFF, JORGE OLIVARES BOADA

The integration process of Higher Education in Guantanamo province has allowed the unification of different structural factors that have taxed the implementation of the Guidelines of the Economic and Social Policy of the Party and Revolution, particularly priority number 11 “The reorganization of the Education, Health, Culture and Sports Systems, with a rational use of resources, ensuring the quality of these services”. In the present research the prospective method is used to develop the university management process linked to the strategic planning process of the integrated university.

METHODOLOGY FOR THE MANAGEMENT BY COMPETENCES TOWARDS THE LOCAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE MUNICIPAL UNIVERSITY CENTERS OF GUANTANAMO

DELIS SEVILA RODRIGUEZ, JOSE ANTONIO RODRIGUEZ ORUNA, ALBERTO TURRO BREFF

The applied and carried out research in Guantanamo Municipal University Centers, following the management by competences for a superior performance and increase of management, provided the integration of the substantive processes: undergraduate, research, development and innovation, postgraduate and university extension in which the main categories of tenured lecturer, auxiliary and assistant professor interact in correspondence with the Municipal Development Plans. In the Diagnostic phase, they were used the models of Direction by objectives centered in values and the Technology of Diagnosis, Projection and Strategic Control of the Human Resources

DIDACTIC VALUE OF THE FARM PRACTICES IN THE INTEGRATIVE TEACHING OF THE NATURAL SCIENCES

GENER CHANG JORGE, YARITZA MARTINEZ ADAMS

The science, like a versatile social phenomenon, has demonstrated of gush convincing that the various phenomena, facts and phenomena that are shown at nature have a property that joins them: Materiality. The worldly unit means that all objects, phenomena and processes are related among themselves so that they constitute the only material whole; That way, for example, the Chemist has demonstrated the capability of reciprocal transformation of the chemical elements; The Biology has evidenced than organisms, independently of the level of complexity that they present, they are composed of the same chemical elements than minerals, although in chemical and biological combinations more complex; The Geography, in addition to make possible the space position of the objects, facts, pereceos and phenomena, examines the integration of the natural components within the socioeconomic frame where the man develops

STRUCTURAL CHANGES IN THE CURRENT FAMILY. REFLEXIVE COMPENDIUM

MARIBEL SANTIESTEBAN PEREZ, ROGER DAVID DESTEN SANTIESTEBAN

The changes that originate in the social, cultural and economic order generate in the societies structural modifications in the levels of behavior that the members of the family have and show in their educational sectors, originating different behaviors to other ataps of the historical reference frame. Hence the need to reflect and seek educational strategies from universities in order to develop patterns of behavior on the basis of respect for intergenerational coexistence, while the technological development itself and its use provide new conflicts and different views in the decisions that are made. Adopt between adults and the youngest, understanding the youngest is synonymous with respect and climbing higher rungs in the ways of seeing social progress

PROCEDURES TO PROMOTE LOCAL CULTURAL IDENTITY IN THE CONTEXT OF THE GEOGRAPHY TEACHER TRAINING

RAFAEL JORGE HECHAVARRIA, JESUS PICLIN MINOT, ELENA BAILEY AGRAMONTE

The formation of the local cultural identity is dynamized from the socio-educational needs of society that have concrete expression in the Training Model of the Geography professional. From the present investigation a theoretical-practical contribution to the formation of the local cultural identity in the pedagogical context is offered, for which a system of procedures is offered that guide in the appropriation of the geographical object as an object of local identity and it is assumed as part of the formation of local cultural identity from the perspective of analysis, hence its novelty and relevance in the teaching of Geography.

THE BIOLOGICAL INTEGRITY OF THE HUMAN ORGANISM IN THE CONTEXT OF FIELD WORK

YARITZA MARTINEZ ADAMS, GENER CHANG JORGE

The field practices play an important role in the formation of the future teacher of the Bachelor of Education in Biology, by linking the knowledge acquired in the different disciplines, to the reality in which they manifest themselves in a given ecosystem, whether marine, freshwater or terrestrial, applying the knowledge to the new scenarios that they face in the course of this activity. The particularly practical nature of the activities to be carried out makes them of special significance for the professional future, since it allows them to apply the acquired theoretical knowledge to the new situations posed in field practice activities, contributing to the development of observation skills in the field. The components, phenomena and processes that occur in nature, linked to biodiversity, in terms of sustainable development through the achievement of independent activity in field work

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