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Sociolinguistic Bases of Gender Aspect

Author(s):Tatyana Poddubskaya 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 209-215
The sociolinguistics studies a wide complex of the problems connected with the social nature of language and its functions in society. Social roles of the man and the woman are dictated by existing sociocultural norms, representations about “typically man's” and “typically female” are relative. The article deals with gender stereotypes and their representation in German literature.

Personal Professional Reflection as Interdisciplinary Problem

Author(s):Rezvan Oksana
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 216-219
Consideration of professional reflection as interdisciplinary problem is the necessary condition of quality analysis for personal professional becoming. Personal becoming in a profession is related to forming the necessary professional skills of a person, behaviour stereotypes which is the area of pedagogics. Reflection processes are inalienable part of self-knowledge of a person which result must lead to his self-perfection (including professional one) and studying within the psychology increasingly. Thus the aim of the article is to ground the determination of professional reflection as an interdisciplinary problem in pedagogics and psychology.

Spiritual Evolution as a Metamorphose (on the base of Victor Pelevin Novel "Life of Insects")

Author(s):Tetyana Shevchuk 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 220-231
The article deals with the aesthetic paradigm of the novel “Life of Insects” (1993), written by well-known Russian writer Victor Pelevin. Spiritual evolution or degradation of the heroes is represented by their metamorphosis from person to insect or vice versa. Actual questions of the novel are focused on the problems of spiritual vacuum, lost dignity, the meaning of life, the relationship to life as most rare and precious gift, the horror to live at the level of animal existence. The author models the reality, in which the insect mask captures the essence of the person. The focus is on the anthropocentric code of the novel, the evolutionary and regressive reasons, connected with the transmutations of the heroes.

The Question of the Danube Principalities in European Diplomacy of the Second Half of 50s 60s of the XIX-th Century (Based on Materials of the Russian Periodical Press)

Author(s):Victor Drozdov 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 232-242
Using materials of the Russian periodicals the policy of European States toward the question of the Danube Principalities’ union and their political status in the second half of 50’s – 60’s of the XIX-th century was exposed. The attention was accentuated on the Romanian question that was the main component of the Eastern question and played the important role in French, British, Austrian and Russian diplomatic policy after the Eastern War of the 1853–1856. The position of different ideological and political Russian press’ movement (conservative, liberal, slavophile and radical) concerning the formation of Romanian statement and the European diplomacy in this question was analyzed.

The Theoretical Aspects of Studying the Artistic Object

Author(s):Anastaiya Syichimez 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 243-250
The article considers the theoretical notion of the artistic object and its different interpretations in the modern science. It is differentiated the notions “artistic object” and “objective world” in the literature. It is clarified the main functions of the objective image in the artistic discourse.

German and Ukrainian Baroque Poetics and Rhetorics: the Definition of Style in Comparison

Author(s):Valentina Dimova 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 251-263
The article deals with interpretation of the definition of style in the Ukrainian and German baroque poetics and rhetorics. The theory of style and its main components, namely levels of style, tropes and figures of speech in the interpretations by Mytrofan Dovhalevs’kyi, Feofan Prokopovich, Martin Opitz and Johann Christoph Gottsched were comparatively researched.

Color Symbolism in the Folk Fairy-Tale and Science Fiction Works by R. Bradbury, C. Simak, A. and B. Strugatsky

Author(s):Elena Kibalka 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 264-274
The given article deals with the symbolism of color in the British and Russian fairy-tale tradition, which is reflected in the science fiction literature. The symbolic meaning of the color palette in the science fiction works by R. Bradbury, C. Simak, A. and B. Strugatsky is analyzed. It is proved that folkloric indication of colors serves as the peculiar way of constructing a science fiction space and plays an important role in the understanding of the concept of works.

Ukrainian Fable in the First Half of the XIX Century: the Influence of German Traditions of Genre

Author(s):Katerina Makhova 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 275-284
The question about the European sources of the Ukrainian fable in the first half of the XIX century remains not enough researched. The given article investigates the problem of the Ukrainian and German theoretical and art connections in the field of fable genre. The conducted analysis allows to set the genetic connection of fable heritage of Ukrainian literature with German classic traditions of genre.

The Concept of the Creative Personality in the Stories of A. Kuprin

Author(s):Galina Mutu 
Journal: Journal of Danubian Studies and Research
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| Pages: 285-290
The article deals with the problem of the creative person in the storiе of A. Kuprin «Gambrinus». Based on the analysis of the work to attempt to research the concept of the creative person in the storie of A. Kuprin.
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