Изучение творчества Вс.Э. Мейерхольда в 1930-1960-е гг.
The article addresses the problem of constructing of the Meyerhold’s image in the soviet theater science of 1930-1960th. For a long time this corpus of texts hasn’t been involved into the investigations. It has been proved in the article that a great many of the tendencies of the contemporary studies of Meyerhold were laid in the soviet theater science of the 1930-1960th.
Female drug users (FDU) are a vulnerable group discriminated in modern Russian society. Although criminal record increases their stigmatization and makes it more complex, it can catalyze the drug treatment process in several ways: either one can be sentenced to treatment or decide to ungergo it in order to get a lighter penalty or conditional release. Thus current research aims to investigate the interwoven experiences of sentence serving and rehabilitation of former FDU.
Functional impairment continues to represent a major challenge in schizophrenia. Surprisingly, patients with schizophrenia report a level of happiness comparable with control subjects, even in the face of the prominent functional deficits, a finding at odds with evidence indicating a positive relation between happiness and level of functioning. In attempting to reconcile these findings, we chose to examine the issue of values, defined as affectively infused criteria or motivational goals used to select and justify actions, people, and the self, as values are related to both happiness and functioning.
The report describes the evolution of the mentality of the Russian-speaking Koreans who have lived in Russia for 150 years. Despite the tragic pages of history, they preserved their culture. During this period, under the influence of foreign policy, socio-economic factors, is not dependent on them, the Korean mentality repeatedly transformed. Democratic transformation of Russian society, the rehabilitation of repressed peoples allowed Koreans get freedom both internal and external, above all, they got rid of the stigma of "Japanese spy."
The author of the article analyzes the issues of human freedom from exploitation as a value, being a subject to criminal enforcement, that is, its protection from criminal attacks by suppression, prevention, and warning of the latter, as well as through criminal prosecution, punishment and rehabilitation of the perpetrators of such abuse, and recovery of the beached by such encroachments justice. The author also justifies the system of exploitation and relevance to counter them by means of criminal law.