Volume 5.  Issue 2. (№ 11)

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UNESCO: arts and culture, national traditions
The Days of Russian Spiritual Culture in France
Voznesenskiy I.S. The desire to capture time: constructivism in the symbolism of the League “Time”
“Moscow sounds” (contest)
Shastina T.V. Performing in folk singing culture: traditions and modernity
IgroMir and Russian ComicCon 2017
International relations
Nevskaya T.A. Applied political management in international relations: case - Crimea 2014
Into the Sunrise
Pelevin A.V., Lovetsky G.I. The Problem of Substance Determination of the Religious and Philosophical Tradition in Modern Philosophy
Human rights
Orcuev S-M.H. The patriotic content of the Soviet youth policy
Bagaeva A.V. Student unrest in 1968 through the eyes of a creative person


Voznesenskiy I.S.
The desire to capture time: constructivism in the symbolism of the League “Time”
In the 1920s in the Soviet Union, the processes of building a new world and a new man was under way, not only distances but also time should be subject to it. These ideas encompass both economists - the organizers of production, and artists. The former embody their projects in the spread of the movement of scientific organization of labor, in the League "Time", the establishment of the enterprises of everyday life. The latter realize the vision of the world in painting, cinema, book publishing, developing the views of theorists of constructivism. The most valuable is the experience of combining the designs of economists and artists, manifested in the design of the League itself and time associated with it.
Key words: time, constructivism, scientific organization of work, League "Time", visual agitation.
Shastina T.V.
Performing in folk singing culture: traditions and modernity
A significant place in the contemporary culture of Russia is the problem of deep study of the dialectal features of the folk singing culture, revealing the specificity of the creativity of folklore performers who know the vocal secrets adopted from their parents. Under conditions of violation of the diachronic method of broadcasting singing culture, special training is given to popular singing in educational and cultural institutions. 
Key words: folklore, folk singing culture, regional features, performance, education, training.
Nevskaya T.A.
Applied political management in international relations: case - Crimea 2014
March 16, 2014 the whole world witnessed an important historical event. Democratic way through a referendum held on the Crimean peninsula. Its result was the expression of consent of residents for joining the two Ukrainian regions in the Russian Federation. From 2014 to 2016, the constituent entities of the Federation, formed on March 18, 2014, formed a separate federal district - the Crimean. This step was optimal, as it allowed to smooth out many "acute angles" during the difficult transition period of the adaptation of the new territory, the peninsula's infrastructure and the city and their population to Russian reality. At the moment, the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol are part of the Southern Federal District.
On March 18, 2014 (after the referendum on leaving the Ukraine and entering the Russian Federation on the Crimean peninsula), Russian President V.V. Putin, addressing both chambers of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation and the governor's corps, stressed: "The Crimea is also a unique fusion of cultures and traditions of different peoples. And this he is so similar to the great Russia, where for centuries, not one ethnic group has disappeared. Russians and Ukrainians, Crimean Tatars and representatives of other peoples lived and worked side by side on the Crimean land, preserving their identity, traditions, language and faith. By the way, today from 2 million 200 thousand inhabitants of the Crimean peninsula - almost one and a half million Russians, 350 thousand Ukrainians, who mostly consider the Russian language their native language, and about 290-300 thousand Crimean Tatars, a large part of which,  as the referendum showed, Russia".
Key words: management, politics, sociologists, president, modernity, Ukraine, Russia, history.
Pelevin A.V.
Lovetsky G.I.
The Problem of Substance Determination of the Religious and Philosophical Tradition in Modern Philosophy
The article considers various approaches that were formed in the historical retrospective of the development of philosophical knowledge on the problem of clarifying the essence of the religious tradition phenomenon. Through the application of the comparative-historical method, the basic concepts of understanding this issue, their similarities and differences have been revealed. The authors conclude that the socio-cultural approach is the leading and most promising of them.
Key words: religion, tradition, public consciousness, sociocultural approach.
Orcuev S-M.H.
The patriotic content of the Soviet youth policy
On the basis of the political practices during the years of the Soviet power the author shows patriotic content of the youth policy.
Key words: patriotism, Soviet power, youth policy.
Bagaeva A.V.
Student unrest in 1968 through the eyes of a creative person
Despite the fact that the student protests in 1968 were in the distant past, they reminded themselves repeatedly. And during the revolutions of 1989 in Eastern Europe. And in today's "color revolutions." Every time politicians and researchers asked about the reasons for the protest. But only artists could are closer to the answer to it. 
Key words: students, political protest, "New Left", radicalism, anti-globalism.




Bagaeva A.V., Candidate of Sociological Sciences, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology of International Relations, Faculty of Sociology, Lomonosov Moscow State University.
Lovetsky G.I., Doctor of Philosophical Science, Professor, Department of Philosophy and Political Science of the Bauman Moscow State Technical University Kaluga Branch.
Nevskaya T.A., Candidate of Political Science, Senior Lecturer of department of Political Science and Sociology of political processes, Faculty of Sociology (Lomonosov Moscow State University).
Orcuev S-M.H., Postgraduate Student of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.
Pelevin A.V., Graduate Student of the faculty of the Department of philosophy and political science of the Moscow state technical University. N. Uh. Bauman (Kaluga branch), The head of the Church charity and social service Kaluga eparchy, superior of the Church of the Nativity of the Holy virgin, Kaluga.
Shastina T.V., Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, associate Professor.
Voznesenskiy I.S., Lecturer of the Department of Sociology and Management (The Moscow Automobile and Road Construction University), business trainer, Specialist in personal and collective effectiveness.