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Volume 7.  Issue 2. (№ 19)

 
  
 
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Contents

 
 
Geopolitics, human rights
Bollivier Marc The Crimean War (1854-1856): the Army and the Navy of the Second French Empire put to the test of expeditionary war experience 
118
 
UNESCO: culture and national traditions
Voznesensky I.S. Business culture
138
Ryabova E.L. To the 500th anniversary of Havana
149
 
Social  projects  and  information  technologies
Shamanova Kh.Kh. Peculiarities of teaching Russian language to Indian students 162
Khubieva Z.A. The study of the self-organization of man in the Vladimir Solovyov’s philosophy 170
Shamanova Kh.Kh. Essential functions of a tutor accompanied by students in a foreign-language setting 177
 
Press  release
Merck Award 
186
55 years of the Italo-Russian Chamber of Commerce
187
 
Abstracts
 
191
Authors
199
 
  
 

Abstracts

Bollivier Marc
The Crimean War (1854-1856): the Army and the Navy of the Second French Empire put to the test of expeditionary war experience
In 1854, the great-European powers are once again at war. Following the crisis in the holy sites and the diplomatic impasse to resolve what was at first a diplomatic then became a military conflict between the Ottoman Empire and Nicolas I's Russia, Napoleon III's France and Queen Victoria's England went to war alongside the Turks. Thus began the Crimean War. But if this conflict is, for Russia and Turkey, a classic conflict because the fighting takes place on their borders or on their own soil, it is not the same for the French and the English. The latter are indeed confronted with a distant war that requires a navy capable of supplying the army sent to Turkey and then to the Crimea, while being able to carry out combat actions in cooperation with the landed troops. This article attempts to answer the question: how could France have fought an expeditionary war that required so many resources? The outbreak of the Industrial Revolution in the first half of the 19th century led to a number of innovations, as well as technical and strategic developments. Combined with the many maritime expeditions and military campaigns carried out by the latter, France of 1854 therefore theoretically had the means and knowledge to carry out a war far from its bases. This article will therefore examine this theoretical potential and see whether the lessons of the past were learnt by French military leaders or whether the answers to the problems encountered in Crimea were found at the time thanks to the genius of these same leaders. To do so, this study will draw on recent publications by French historians specializing in military history and the testimonies of French veterans of the Crimean War.
Key words: Crimean War, Second French Empire, French Navy, French Army, Expeditionary force, Expeditionary War.
 
Voznesensky I.S.
Business culture
Coffee culture in many ways can be considered a model of global culture. Not only because it covers all regions and almost all all states, it creates its own spaces in which people are most comfortable in communicating. In the business environment, the coffee culture has its own functions that, in addition to the communicative orientation, make it possible to solve creative problems, create and implement joint projects. In addition, coffee culture encourages thinking about other people, to show social responsibility and participate in charity programs.
Key words: business environment, communications, coffee culture, charity, corporate social responsibility.
 
Ryabova E.L.
To the 500th anniversary of Havana
In anticipation of the 500th anniversary of Havana and in commemoration of Russian-Cuban friendship in the building of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, the Azimuth building hosted an exhibition of Cuban and Russian artist Godines Lanza Omar. The Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Alekseevich, delivered a welcoming speech to those present. He addressed those present with congratulations to the upcoming 500th anniversary of Havana, emphasized the importance and importance of the artist’s creativity in the development of Russian-Cuban culture, interethnic culture, international relations and the strengthening of ties between Russia and the entire Latin American continent. The artist’s work is known not only in Russia, but in all countries of the world for more than a decade. The artist’s work is aimed at strengthening friendship, at the exaltation of culture and is an example of the best examples of Latin America in Russia.
Key words: exhibition, anniversary, Havana, Cuba, friendship, Russian Federation, culture.
 
Shamanova Kh.Kh.
Peculiarities of teaching Russian language to Indian students
This article explores the specificity of teaching Russian as a foreign language to students from India. The process of teaching lexical structure of Russian language to Indian students is described and a teacher should solve a number of methodological problems such as developing skills and abilities of foreign students to read Russian texts, learn more about historical and cultural aspects of the country together with traditions and customs. The choice of language materials determined by curricular standard requirements for the progress of foreign students in social and cultural realities of the Russian Federation, as well as the necessary lexical and grammatical minimum that foreign students have to be able to use and communicate with in social and cultural communication.
Key words: Russian as a foreign language, specificity, foreign students, methods, tasks.
 
Khubieva Z.A.
The study of the self-organization of man in the Vladimir Solovyov’s philosophy
This article explores the self-organization of a person in the philosophy of V. Solovyov, where ethical questions are put on a religious basis and comply with the idea of religious unity. The philosopher defines existence as a trinity of moral, theoretical, and aesthetic elements, or a Trinity of Good, Truth and Beauty. The concept of love is the basic concept of all of Solovyov's philosophy. Solovyov's ontology leads to the conclusion that God is Love. In the article the author also draws attention to the fact that the philosopher bases his interpretation of morality on the existence of the Absolute and its connection with humanity. He tries to prove that unity, in the moral sphere, appears as a concept of the greater good. Analyzing the self-organization of man in the philosophy of V. Solovyov, a conclusion can be drawn that the norms of morality cannot arise from the social conditions of people alone, that morality has a non-human, non-historical basis. The author argues that such a point of view also can exist.
Key words: goodness, truth, beauty, God, love, absolute, morality.
 
Shamanova Kh.Kh.
Essential functions of a tutor accompanied by students in a foreign-language setting
The article gives an essential characteristics of tutor`s functions in the activity of the tutor are defined as followings: diagnostic, project-organizing, analytical and reflexive implementation. Competencies are prescribed for the tutor in his professional activity, and also the knowledge that he needs. The article concludes importance and necessity of tutoring activities in support, development and implementation of an individual educational program for students who have problems in teaching and upbringing.
Key words: activities of a tutor, the functions of a tutor, the competence of a tutor, individual educational program, the accompaniment of the students of the tutor.
 
 
 
 

Authors

Bollivier Marc, Postgraduate student, Department of Russian History, Peoples' Friendship University of Russia and LUHCIE, University of Grenoble-Alpine (UGA).
Khubieva Z.A., PhD in Philosophy, Docent. Federal State Budget Educational Institution of Higher Education «North Caucasian state academy».
Ryabova E.L., Doctor of Political Sciences, Candidate of Social Sciences, Professor.
Shamanova Kh.Kh., North-Caucasian State Academy.
Voznesensky I.S., Lecturer of the Department of Sociology and Management, Business coach, specialist in personal and collective effectiveness.