Адаптивные стратегии синергетического взаимодействия темпоральных смыслов
This multi-author monograph has been compiled at the Department of Foreign Languages, Linguistics and Interpretation of Perm National Research Polytechnic University based on the research into modern translation discourse as an anthropocentric and textocentric phenomenon. The scientific inquiry is focused on exploration into the interpretaion process pattern as a synergetic system of interpreting senses of languages and cultures, interacting in the translation space, where the category of harmony is its axiological vector.
The monograph is aimed at students, post-graduates, doctoral students, and those specialized in translation studies, comparative linguistics, language education, and intercultural communication.
The research is carried out in accord with the main principles of communicative and paradigmatic linguistics. It is devoted to the study of lingual ways of expressing harmony as an ethetic category. Rhythm as a regular repetition of similar and commensurable units of language is considered to be the main mechanism of the harmonious organization of belle-lettres style texts. The high efficiency of rhythm as a stylistic device creates the expressiveness of the text at all the levels of language, beginning with the phonemic level and finishing with the dictemic level. The principle of repeatability of elements and their relations within the system of semantic and syntactic ties manifests internal symmetry; and the symmetry of text elements is the main indicator of its harmony.
The issue of conceptual approach to improving professional competence implies further involvement in research modelling. Since formal research tends to be perceived as a difficult process,many students feel that it is out of their reach.To illustrate the aspects comprising research stages,the aspects and field-specific examples are inroduced to be specifically focused for particular purposes.The information provided in the articleaims to helpthe reader perceive research not as a difficult process but rather as a powerful tool to systematically study and solve some of the problems in contemporary experience.
This article introduces the problematic of harmony in the context of intellectual history of the Middle Ages
The case addresses the problems of managing strategic change in a small business company Kislorod Plus (Niznhny Novgorod, Russia) – a local trader of welding equipment. The story starts with firing the company’s executive, who took a number of dramatic mistakes, and thus failed implementing corporate strategy, ruined the economy of the firm, and created a significant threat of bankruptcy. Notwithstanding all the problems of the heavy crisis, the company and the situation still have a number of opportunities that are to be recognized and pursued in order to save the business and lead the company to prosperity.
Big History has been developing very fast indeed. We are currently observing a ‘Cambrian explosion’ in terms of its popularity and diffusion. Big History courses are taught in the schools and universities of several dozen countries, including China, Korea, the Netherlands, the USA, India, Russia, Japan, Australia, Great Britain, Germany, and many more. The International Big History Association (IBHA) is gaining momentum in its projects and membership. Conferences are beginning to be held regularly (this edited volume has been prepared on the basis of the proceedings of the International Big History Association Inaugural Conference [see below for details]). Hundreds of researchers are involved in studying and teaching Big History.