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European Journal of Social and Human Sciences

Number 1. (in 1 part) June 08, 2014

1. Dmytro Kudinov
Pre-October Historiography of the Question of Public Prigovory and Nakazy Drawing up by Russian and Ukrainian Peasantry (years 1905-1907)

European Journal of Social and Human Sciences, 2014, Vol.(2), № 2, pp. 67-74

Prigovor movement turned out to be a phenomenal peasants’ claim of their civil rights and economic interests. It made both governing authorities and the opposition to reconsider their views on the peasant question, begin to conceive peasantry as a real social power dependant of which were Russian state prospects. Literary heritage of the first peasant movement researches – K. Sivkov, B. Veselkovskiy, P. Marev, P. Maslov, M. Kr-l – is studied particularly under this perspective. The article provides the analysis of the prigovory and nakazy investigation methods and classifications, applied by pre-revolutionary scientists, their vision about objective overview of peasants aspirations and interests, parties participation in petitions drawing up, peasants attitudes to Duma. Generalized conclusion is made that all the researches agreed on the idea of agriculturists claims for “land and liberty”, on the decay of their monarchy feelings and forming of peasant public conscience.

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2. Violetta S. Molchanova
The Use of Online Service Booking in Tourist Activity

European Journal of Social and Human Sciences, 2014, Vol.(2), № 2, pp. 75-80

This article analyzes the possibilities of booking services electronically via the Internet in tourist business. The author provides algorithms for booking hotels, airline tickets, and tours. The article provides a practical characterization of the use of this type of service through the example of the tourist company OOO Anastasia.

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3. Nedim Makarević, Hikmet Secim, Mehmet Toycan
IT-Security of E-Banking in Eyes of Croatian Clients

European Journal of Social and Human Sciences, 2014, Vol.(2), № 2, pp. 81-89

The purpose of this paper is to examine clients’ perceptions in Croatia towards information technology (IT) security of electronic banking (e-banking), to diagnose problems and try to give proper solutions. Methodology was survey based on six variables and specific questions assigned to each variable. Response rate was good and 203 respondents were surveyed. Findings indicated that Croatian e-banking users trust to banks when it comes to IT security of online banking. It is important to mention that clients perceive tangible features as important as they actually are. This proved that clients are aware of potential security threats, and even though they trust to bank, they are aware of their own responsibility when using e-banking services. Since there is gap in literature when it comes to research dealing with IT-security of electronic banking in Croatia, this article is both unique and good stimuli for new research in the future.

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4. Jana Pecnikova, Anna Slatinska
European Identity Formation in the Context of New Social Movements

European Journal of Social and Human Sciences, 2014, Vol.(2), № 2, pp. 90-95

The article deals with formation of European Identity which can be described in terms of being one of the expressions of active European citizenship. European Identity can be enhanced by social movements which play the role of connectors of people via social spectrum and react actively to changes and current issues while representing norms, ideals and values of today. Similarly, as it is with the case of social movements from the past, they can also be a stimulus for historical changes initiation. They lay basis for the so called universal citizenship, whereas the term identity can be found in the centre of their interest. Thus, citizenship has become a dominant form of social identity. It is not only about summary of individual´s rules and responsibilities but it is also focused to a great extent on civic culture. Our main aim is to have a closer look at European identity considering it as a key factor of European integration.

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5. Anton Repoň
The art World Through the Eyes of I. S. Turgenev

European Journal of Social and Human Sciences, 2014, Vol.(2), № 2, pp. 96-100

The article deals with the creative work of I. S. Turgenev, which is one of the prominent representatives of Russian critical realism of the second half of the 19th century. Turgenev´s books are very popular as the birthplace of writer and abroad. The writer has seen heavy side of human existence, so he could not ignore the social antithesis, individual and collective tragedy and disaster. His knowledge of real life has given rise to a direct criticism of society, but conciliatory melancholy position. The main ethical principle of acceptance of reality for Turgenev was the need of harmony and beauty in the world and the people; the desire to understand and be understood by all. Turgenev took from romantic lyrical element as the voice of the author.

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6. Elena Vallová
Some Facts About Terminology in Detective Story by Arthur Conan Doyle the Hound of Baskervilles

European Journal of Social and Human Sciences, 2014, Vol.(2), № 2, pp. 101-103

This paper deals with some facts about terminology used in detective stories. In the introduction there is information about the current stage of contemporary terminology, some important documents and publication used in the new scientific linguistic field such as terminology is. In the part of the contribution titled Terminology in detective stories we had analysed terminology from the book by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle The Hound of Baskervilles. The detective story is full of legal, medical and geographical terms and notions. Our theoretical knowledge and the result of research came to the conclusion that even translators of detective genre had to study the principles of modern terminology.

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7. Aleksandra A. Vorozhbitova, Marina M. Mishina, Sergey I. Potapenko
Free Verse Discourse as an Object of Typologization in Linguistic & Rhetorical Paradigm

European Journal of Social and Human Sciences, 2014, Vol.(2), № 2, pp. 104-108

Free Verse Discourse is treated as a component of literary belletristic communication in modern Russian multi-ethnic sociocultural educational space. The paper offers its external and internal typology from the perspective of linguistic & rhetorical (L&R) paradigm.

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