Volume 11.  Issue 5. (№ 34)

 
  
 
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Contents

 
 
Current issues in science
Napso M.D. Online training: advantages and disadvantages
12
Popova Y.I. The role of multilingual education in preserving the linguistic and cultural heritage of peoples
22
Jin Jing Sino-Russian cooperation in the field of higher education
31
Zhao Heng Ethnosociology: past and new horizons
41
 
Journalism
Li Zheyu Understanding of Journalism as a Scientific Discipline in the Context of Social and Theoretical Approaches
52
 
Political science
Makhmudov A.S. Color revolutions as technologies of power change in the Post-Soviet space
59
Zhang Xiaoling A training program for specialists for Russian-speaking countries and regions in the context of demand for personnel with legal knowledge abroad
67
Yang Manling Higher education reform in China and Russia under the perspective of globalization: comparative analysis
82
Biryukov S.V., Ahmad Mulyadi Authoritarianism, France and de Gaulle
89
Kalabekova S.V., Kuhtareva O.A., Dzhambayeva Z.U. Sociopsychological safety of the educational environment as a motivation factor in educational activities
120
 
Culturology
Li Pingan Integration of oil painting in China and Russia at the beginning of the XXI century
134
Lili Huang, Ying Wang, Bei He Research on the story-style strategies of ethnic minority documentaries
141
The history of the creation of the national anthem of the Republic of Cuba “Bayamesa”
156
Dannier Baihetiyaer Chinese culture: preservation of traditions in the conditions of rapid development and globalization
162
Tian Tian Study of the course «Assessment of oil painting» in general education colleges and universities
169
Zhou Jiaxiang The influence of the Russian piano school on Chinese piano performance art
178
Chen Guoping Tone and ton: how vocal music affects the economy and society
186
Shulunova E.K. The reflection of the historical theme in the theatrical space of China
195
Xiong Wei The impact of industrialization in China on the design of household items
206
Xu Linwei Professional training of a music teacher based on the application of the principle of integration in the pedagogical
process
225
 
Abstracts
 
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Authors
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Abstracts

 
Napso M.D.
Online training: advantages and disadvantages
The article reveals some features of online learning, examines its advantages and disadvantages, traces its relevance to the modern education system, largely based on digital technologies. Attention is drawn to the innovative nature of this educational model. The nature of synchronous and asynchronous learning formats is investigated, the need for a rational combination of mixed (hybrid) and traditional educational practices in the educational process is emphasized, including from the point of view of increasing cooperation between educational institutions and the real sector of the economy. The role of online learning in the formation of scientific and educational competencies and practical skills is shown.
Key words: digital education, online learning, synchronous learning, asynchronous learning, competence-based approach, hybrid learning; interactivity.
 
Popova Y.I.
The role of multilingual education in preserving the linguistic and cultural heritage of peoples
The paper examines the importance of multilingual education as a key factor in preserving the diversity of languages and cultures among different peoples. The author emphasizes that in the conditions of globalization and cultural mixing, the preservation of unique languages and traditions is becoming an increasingly urgent task.
The paper also examines how multilingual education contributes to maintaining multilingualism and allows people to preserve their cultural heritage through language. The methods and programs developed to stimulate multilingual education and their impact on strengthening intercultural understanding are investigated.
The author of the article warns against the possible loss of cultural and linguistic heterogeneity, noting that multilingual education promotes respect and promotion of the diversity of languages and cultures, and calls for the integration of multilingual education into educational systems, as well as for the assistance of state and international organizations in preserving the cultural heritage of peoples through the support of linguistic pluralities.
Key words: multilingual education, linguistic and cultural heritage, integration, educational process.
 
Jin Jing
Sino-Russian cooperation in the field of higher education
China and Russia, two major powers of the world, are united not only by their long friendship, but also by mutually beneficial cooperation in many fields. One of the fields of strategic partnership between these countries is the jointly created program of cooperation in higher education. The author of the article reviews the history of the development of bilateral Sino-Russian cooperation in education, focusing on the program of student exchange between Russian and Chinese universities, on the problem of students' choice of specialization, on the creation of associations of Russian and Chinese universities and the implementation of joint educational projects. Considering the prospects of cooperation between universities of Russia and China, the author of the article believes that, although great successes have been achieved in this sphere, many issues of bilateral educational policy should be worked out at the state level. Decision of many problems concerning Sino-Russian educational cooperation will strengthen friendship and good-neighbor relations between China and Russia.
Key words: educational policy, higher education, university, educational pro-gram, Sino-Russian cooperation.
 
Zhao Heng
Ethnosociology: past and new horizons
The article covers issues of ethnosociology, its subject area, stages and trends of development. The subject, methodology and methods of ethnosociology as scientific knowledge are described. It is shown that ethnosociology is an interdisciplinary area of scientific knowledge, and its difference from related sciences is manifested in its subject and methodology. The key concepts of ethnosociology are revealed. A comparative analysis of the stages and features of the formation of ethnosociology in China and Russia is presented. The leading theoretical approaches and problems of ethnosociological research in the PRC and Russia are described. The research paradigm of ethnosociology is demonstrated on the material of ethnosociological studies of the village of Evenki. The main problems and current directions of ethnosociological research at the present stage of development of ethnosociology in Russia and China are revealed.
Key words: ethnosociology, ethnicity, research paradigm, Evenki villages, social changes.
 
Li Zheyu
Understanding of Journalism as a Scientific Discipline in the Context of Social and Theoretical Approaches
This article is devoted to theoretical approaches concerning the journalism researching. Having defined the subject of journalism and revealed the interrelation of this field of science with other spheres of scientific knowledge, the author of the article touches upon five trends in the theoretical description of journalism. Analyzing socio-philosophical, sociological, psychological, political and economic theories, the author of the article summarizes the material accumulated by journalism theorists. In the process of researching the author tries to answer the following questions: How the theory of journalism is connected with such sciences as philosophy, sociology, psychology and political science? How the theory of journalism will be changed according to new trends of the journalism development connected with the information and digital technologies of mediasphere. 
Key words: journalism, journalism theory, mass media, mediasphere, Internet.
 
Makhmudov A.S.
Color revolutions as technologies of power change in the Post-Soviet space
Color revolutions are technologies of mass protests aimed at changing power in the post—Soviet countries. They got their name due to the use of color symbols as slogans and protest symbols. The term color revolution is usually understood as a series of protest movements that are carried out against the existing system and government with a desirable change in the structure of power and government. The article examines the causes of color revolutions, the consequences and methods or technologies through which the change of power was carried out in a number of countries in the post-Soviet space.
Key words: revolution, Rose Revolution, protest movement, political system, political situation, post-Soviet space.
 
Zhang Xiaoling
A training program for specialists for Russian-speaking countries and regions in the context of demand for personnel with legal knowledge abroad
During the 12th and 13th Five-Year Plans, Shanghai University of Politics and Law (hereinafter referred to as SLUU) actively responded to the call for educational reform, anticipated the coming changes in advance, and seized strategic opportunities to develop higher education in China. Great strides have been made in highlighting the university's distinctive features, developing the dominant disciplines of law and political science, and training specialists at all levels. Since entering the 14th Five-Year Plan period, SPLU has also been actively responding to the country's new needs related to the training of legal personnel in the field of international law, as well as regional and national research specialists. Tremendous efforts have been made to revise training programs in related disciplines, as well as to reform the teaching of promising disciplines, move towards practical training and implement a training mechanism taking into account three aspects: production, teaching and research. Based on the national platform of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (hereinafter referred to as the SCO), combining national and local development needs, SPYU firmly recognizes the development direction and goals of the 14th Five-Year Plan, and also promotes the mutual development of dominant disciplines. Thus, on the basis of an educational institution and a union of practical departments (production, teaching and research), the university strives for joint training based on interdisciplinary cooperation, multidisciplinary education, joint construction and cross-platform. This article examines the training program for specialists in Russian-speaking countries and regions in the context of new times, new prerequisites and needs.
Key words: legal personnel for work abroad, Shanghai Cooperation Organization, country and region, personnel training, Russian-speaking countries.
 
Yang Manling
Higher education reform in China and Russia under the perspective of globalization: comparative analysis
This article analyses Chinese and Russian education policy. According to the author of the article, the strategic objectives of Chinese and Russian education coincide because education is the principle motive power of the development in both countries. The laws mentioned in the article emphasizes it. The author of the article dwells on such terms as ‘autonomy’, ‘decentralization’, ‘modernization’ defining the education reforms’ content. The article concerns such aspect of educational policy as personnel training. The author of the article emphasizes that, in contradiction to Russia which has adopted foreign experience in education policy, China is more oriented to national traditions.
Key words: reform, higher education, modernization, autonomy, China, Russia.
 
Biryukov S.V.
Mulyadi Ahmad
Authoritarianism, France and de Gaulle
The article analyzes the reasons for the demand for authoritarian regimes and the authoritarian wave in the Twentieth century. The authors clarify the signs of an authoritarian regime in the context of analyzing the approaches of various authors to the definition of an authoritarian phenomenon. The authors do not identify the regime of Ch. de Gaulle has an established institutionalized authoritarianism, but they find in him an authoritarian tendency that manifests itself in French politics in response to cyclical crises of the political system.
The authors hypothesize that the deepening of the political crisis in France is inevitable due to the limited effectiveness of the model of "technocratic authoritarianism" in the version of E. Macron and the problematic appeal of the latter to neo-Hollism in the current situation. 
Key words: France, de Gaulle, Macron, political regime, political crisis, authoritarianism, Gaulism, authoritarian tendency.
 
Kalabekova S.V.
Kuhtareva O.A.
Dzhambayeva Z.U.
Socio-psychological safety of the educational environment as a motivation factor in educational activities
In the conditions of constant changes in the socio-cultural environment, instability of the political and economic situation and the growth of social tension, ensuring socio-psychological security is a key factor contributing to the formation of motivation in educational activities. In this context, aspects of the development of a positive socio-psychological climate and the formation of socio-psychological competence of teachers and students are important. 
The topic of socio-psychological safety of the educational environment as a motivation factor in educational activities is currently relevant due to the increase in the level of socio-psychological risks in the educational environment. This is becoming increasingly important due to the need to create a favorable and safe environment in which students can receive a quality education, as well as maximize their potential and achieve success in educational activities. 
Key words: socio-psychological safety in the educational environment, factors affecting socio-psychological safety, safe educational environment, motivation.
 
Li Pingan
Integration of oil painting in China and Russia at the beginning of the XXI century
The purpose of the article is to review the integration of oil painting in China and Russia at the beginning of the XXI century. Russian Russian-Chinese integration of oil painting features include the intrapersonal perception of Russian art, the stylistic and genre features of the Russian realistic school that influenced the style of Chinese artists; interaction between individual artists and students, unique contacts between a master teacher and a student who studies individually in an art studio. The specifics of integration are also manifested in the interaction of professional creative unions of artists, joint exhibitions and the organization of plein-airs, during which a multi-level exchange of cultures can take place.
Key words: painting, oil painting, Chinese painting, Russian painting, painting of the beginning of the XXI century.
 
Lili Huang
Ying Wang
Bei He
Research on the story-style strategies of ethnic minority documentaries
As a means of in-depth description of national culture, video text can explore the origin of national culture from different story prototypes. In recent years, documentaries have become an important carrier for carrying and disseminating national culture, and storytelling strategies have become a common practice in documentary production. This article searched CNKI with the theme of "Minority Documentaries" and retrieved a total of 335 theses, 323 journal articles, 5 conference papers, and 5 newspaper articles. Looking at the literature, it can be seen that documentary-related research is mainly divided into several categories. Three aspects: the first is artistic creation and expression; the second is from the perspective of film and television anthropology, analyzing the cultural expression techniques and strategies of ethnic minority videography; the third is from the aspect of cultural communication, exploring the role of ethnic minority documentaries in the process of national cultural communication. Technology application and value orientation. Based on a comprehensive analysis of the connotation and creative practice of documentary storytelling, combined with specific research projects, the story prototypes of the three ethnic minorities in Heilongjiang, Hezhe, Daur, and Oroqen, were found and refined through field research to create three-dimensional characters and construct The four themes of appropriate suspense and conflict, symbolic expression of stories, and subjective control of details respectively design storytelling strategies and methods, providing effective suggestions for creating more documentaries that record and inherit ethnic minority cultures. The development of media technology in the Internet audio-visual era and the improvement of people's cognitive abilities have opened up a planning process and achievable challenges for the recording and inheritance of ethnic minority culture. Through appropriate character creation, rational setting of suspense and conflicts, and appropriate refining and application of cultural symbols The four levels of expression, attention to detail, and full consideration of the story-based content design of documentaries can help create more documentaries that record and inherit ethnic minority cultures.
Key words: ethnic minorities, documentary, storytelling strategy, Hezhen ethnic group, Daur ethnic group, Oroqen ethnic group.
 
The history of the creation of the national anthem of the Republic of Cuba “Bayamesa”
A brief excursion into the history of the creation of the anthem.
Key words: Cuba, anthem, history, culture.
 
Dannier Baihetiyaer
Chinese culture: preservation of traditions in the conditions of rapid development and globalization
The article discusses the peculiarities of preserving traditions in Chinese culture in the conditions of rapid development and globalization. The author notes that certain difficulties associated with the need to develop the scientific foundations of musical and cultural national education in China did not affect the main trends in the development of culture as a whole both in the twentieth century and at the present stage. The interweaving of cultural traditions of the past and the present, active work in the field of popularization of national traditions in the field of culture and art are now adopted in the country under consideration. In addition, the importance of work in this direction is also emphasized by the following: the state, among the priorities set at the forefront in the framework of the upbringing of the younger generation, highlights the development of citizenship based on the traditions of folk culture, which allows the development of spirituality and patriotism of citizens.
Key words: Chinese culture, traditions, preservation, rapid development, globalization.
 
Tian Tian
Study of the course "Assessment of oil painting" in general education colleges and universities
The course "Assessment of oil painting" in general education colleges and universities has its own characteristics and goals. It is intended for students who are interested in art and want to develop their knowledge and skills in the field of oil painting. The main purpose of the course is to familiarize students with the basics of oil painting and teach them to evaluate and analyze works of art. As part of the course, students study various techniques, materials and tools used in oil painting. The author of the article conducted a study of the course "Assessment of oil painting" in general education colleges and universities.
Key words: educational institution, oil painting, canvas, creativity, materials for painting, evaluation of oil painting.
 
Zhou Jiaxiang
The influence of the Russian piano school on Chinese piano performance art
The Russian piano school has had a significant impact on Chinese piano performance art. Since the beginning of the 20th century, many Chinese pianists and musicians have been traveling to Russia to study at Russian music educational institutions, such as the Moscow Conservatory and the Leningrad Conservatory (now the St. Petersburg Conservatory). They studied the Russian piano school, which is distinguished by its peculiarities and approaches to technique and interpretation. As a result, Chinese piano performance art has acquired a high level of mastery and has become recognized internationally. In the article the author examines the main points of the influence of the Russian piano school on the Chinese performing arts.
Key words: Russian piano school, China, musical process, musical education, Russian emigration.
 
Chen Guoping
Tone and ton: how vocal music affects the economy and society
The article examines the peculiarities of the influence of vocal music on the economy and society. The author notes that vocal music is a phenomenon or category that has an impact on the economic sphere by stimulating tourism, developing social relationships, jobs, and so on. The connection between music and economics is one of the strongest, due to its direct impact on private life, everyday working conditions and the emotional state of a person individually and society. Collective memory is a spontaneously formed historical knowledge that arose as a result of certain events and a solidary reaction within society to them.
Key words: vocal music, economy, economy, society, influence, technology, innovation.
 
Shulunova E.K.
The reflection of the historical theme in the theatrical space of China 
The article is devoted to the reflection of the historical theme in the mirror of the Chinese theater. The theater of China, turning to the topic of history and politics, considers it not only as a source of creative inspiration, but also sees an opportunity in it to rethink the past, preserve and communicate the cultural code of the Chinese nation to the viewer. The Chinese theater throughout the history of the People's Republic of China raises, interprets the historical events of the country. A special event that took place in China two years ago — the centenary of the Communist Party of China, is depicted in many stage works. It has become the main theme of events in the field of theater. Chinese theater groups showed 22 works at the VI Drama Festival in the capital of China. Playwrights and directors of performances show the history of the CPC through the search for vital values, the highest idea, faith in the identity of Chinese culture by the heroes. 
In the XX century, the Chinese drama was dominated by a realistic depiction of reality, today the picture of the world differs from the previously existing one — stage art cannot create only realistic works. Modernist, avant-garde or postmodern plays by modern Chinese authors, combining new and classical techniques, demonstrate the socio-cultural context of the modern period. Undoubtedly, the appeal to the categories of realism, modernism, postmodernism seems to be conditioned in artistic comprehension, comprehension of historical themes. The modern society of China sees the semantic essence in the study of historical subjects in the scenic space. 
Key words: Chinese theater, historical theme, political theme, Communist Party of China, festival, online productions.
 
Xiong Wei
The impact of industrialization in China on the design of household items
The relevance of the topic of the master's thesis lies in the fact that in the scientific research tradition of China and Belarus there are no works on the impact of industrialization on household items in China. Therefore, there is a need to analyze and systematize the knowledge of domestic and foreign scientific discourse. The purpose is to determine the characteristics of the industrial impact of industrialization on China's household equipment. Research methods mainly include description, synthesis, deduction, comparison, analysis, systematization, generalization, etc. And accordingly, I came to the conclusion that industrialization is not only an inevitable result of the development of society to a certain stage, but also a complete reform of social relations, industrialization is caused by With the emergence of new materials and production technologies, scientific and technological progress in China plays a stimulating role, but also gives rise to a large number of different design styles, further promoting the development of design.
Key words: industrialization, China, clothing, bed, tea service, modernity, aesthetic properties, household items, everyday items, household items. 
 
Xu Linwei
Professional training of a music teacher based on the application of the principle of integration in the pedagogical process
The article explores the importance of applying the principle of integration in the process of training music teachers. The author analyzes the features of music education and shows that the integration of various aspects of music with other subject areas is an effective approach for the development of students. The article discusses various ways to integrate music into the teaching process, including using music in the context of learning other subjects, incorporating musical elements and techniques into other learning activities, and using musical instruments and technology to achieve educational goals. The author also discusses practical aspects of music teacher preparation, including the necessary competencies and skills that future teachers must develop. They offer a variety of methods and strategies for incorporating integration into curricula and training programs. The article emphasizes the importance of applying the principle of integration in the pedagogical process of training music teachers. Using this approach allows for the creation of more effective and engaging curricula that help develop students' musical skills and critical thinking.
Key words: pedagogy, music teaching, school, professional self-improvement.
   
 

Authors

Bei He, School of Humanities and Media, Heihe University, Heihe, China.
Biryukov S.V., Doctor of Political Sciences, Professor of the Department of Social Anthropology and Intercultural Communications of the Siberian Institute of Management - RANEPA (of The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Novosibirsk), Senior Researcher at the Center for the Study of Russia of the East China Pedagogical University (Shanghai, China), Professor of the Department of Political Science of TSU (Tomsk), Professor of the Department of History of KemSMU (Kemerovo State Medical University).
Chen Guoping, Jingdezhen Institute.
Dannier Baihetiyaer, Master, Institute of International Relations. Saint Petersburg State University.
Dzhambayeva Z.U., 3rd year student of the Institute of Digital Technologies of the North Caucasus State Academy.
Jin Jing, Master. Faculty of Teacher Education - Educational Management. Lomonosov Moscow State University.
Kalabekova S.V., Candidate of Philosophy, Associate Professor of the Department of Philosophy and Humanities of the North Caucasus State Academy.
Kuhtareva O.A., Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Theory and History of State and Law of the Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, branch in Pyatigorsk.
Lili Huang, School of Humanities and Media, Heihe University, Heihe, China.
Li Pingan, Graduate student Institute of Design and Arts of Saint Petersburg State University of Industrial Technologies and Design.
Li Zheyu, Master, Faculty of Journalism, Lomonosov Moscow State University.
Makhmudov A.S., Senior Lecturer, Department of Law and Political Science. Dagestan State Technical University. Member of the Scientific Council of the peer-reviewed journal “The Power of History”. Expert of the Regional public organization to support social city programmes “The city in the XXI century”.
Mulyadi Ahmad, Postgraduate student of the Department of Political Sciences of Tomsk State University.
Napso M.D., Doctor of Sociological Sciences, professor of department of philosophy and humanities sciences North-Caucasus state academy.
Popova Y.I., Federal Research Center "Kazan Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences", Laboratory of Multifactorial Humanitarian Analysis and Cognitive Philology, Research Assistant.
Shulunova E.K., Candidate of Sciences (Philology), Senior Research Associate, Institute of China and Modern Asia of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
Tian Tian, Master. Visual education. Lomonosov Moscow State University.
Xiong Wei, Magister, University of Sanya, Jiyang District, Sanya City, Xueyuan Road, China.
Xu Linwei, Graduate student. Theory and methodology of training and education (by areas and levels of education). Moscow Pedagogical State University.
Yang Manling, Postgraduate student, Institute of Pedagogy. Saint-Petersburg State University.
Ying Wang, School of Humanities and Media, Heihe University, Heihe, China.
Zhao Heng, Master. Faculty of Sociology, Lomonosov Moscow State University.
Zhang Xiaoling, Associate Professor, Department of Russian Language, Institute of Languages and Culture, Shanghai University of Politics and Law.
Zhou Jiaxiang, Master, Faculty of Arts/Piano. Lomonosov Moscow State University.