http://scopuseu.com/scopus/index.php/academy/issue/feed Academy Journal 2019-06-28T02:00:15+00:00 Susan Belih SBelih@scopuseu.com Open Journal Systems Academy journal Open European Academy of Public Sciences http://scopuseu.com/scopus/index.php/academy/article/view/719 THE MATIC GROUPS OF AGRICULTURAL LEXICON IN KHOREZM DIALECT OF UZBEK LANGUAGE 2019-06-28T02:00:15+00:00 Shakhzodbek Baxtiyarovich Matnazarov matnazarov97@inbox.ru <p>This article reviews the linguistic features of some cultivated plants in the Khorezm language and has been thoroughly analyzed. Traditions, traditions, living conditions of Turkic and Mongolian peoples, as well as their similarity in agriculture, have also been reflected in their languages. This is particularly evident in many meetings of Turkish and Mongolian parallels in the field of agriculture and livestock.</p> 2019-06-09T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://scopuseu.com/scopus/index.php/academy/article/view/720 ASSILIMATED WORDS FROM RUSSIAN AND EUROPEAN LANGUAGES THROUGH IT 2019-06-28T02:00:15+00:00 Shakhzodbek Baxtiyarovich Matnazarov matnazarov97@inbox.ru <p>This article reviews the linguistic features of some cultivated plants in the Khorezm language and has been thoroughly analyzed. Traditions, traditions, living conditions of Turkic and Mongolian peoples, as well as their similarity in agriculture, have also been reflected in their languages. This is particularly evident in many meetings of Turkish and Mongolian parallels in the field of agriculture and livestock.</p> 2019-06-09T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://scopuseu.com/scopus/index.php/academy/article/view/721 TRANSLATION AND CONSCIOUSNESS OF PRAGMATICS, THEIR SELF-DESTRUCTION 2019-06-28T02:00:15+00:00 Shakhzodbek Baxtiyarovich Matnazarov matnazarov97@inbox.ru <p>This article explores the relationship between the two spheres of translation and pragmatics and identifies the specific peculiarities of translation pragmatics. This article discusses existing crucial relationships between translation and pragmatics and, in some cases, interprets the interpreter's correct understanding of the context and interpreting it.</p> 2019-06-09T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://scopuseu.com/scopus/index.php/academy/article/view/699 ИЗДАТЕЛЬСКАЯ ДЕЯТЕЛЬНОСТЬ СТАТИСТИЧЕСКИХ УЧРЕЖДЕНИЙ ЗАПАДНОЙ СИБИРИ ВО ВТОРОЙ ПОЛОВИНЕ XIX – НАЧАЛЕ XX ВВ. КАК ЭЛЕМЕНТ ПОПУЛЯРИЗАЦИИ ЗНАНИЙ О РЕГИОНЕ 2019-06-28T02:00:15+00:00 Виталий Скопа sverhtitan@rambler.ru <p>The article discusses the publishing activities of statistical institutions in Western Siberia in the second half of the XIX - early XX centuries. Selected and systematized groups of publications. The first group of publications was presented by “Reports”, “Protocols” and “Journals” of meetings of statistical accounting centers; the second is the “Reviews”, which were attached to the Governor’s annual, all-submitted report; the third group- "Provincial and regional statements"; the fourth is “Memorable Books”; fifth - scientific periodicals; the sixth one is separate independent publications on branches of statistical accounting of the region.</p> 2019-06-09T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://scopuseu.com/scopus/index.php/academy/article/view/722 Encouraging real or make-believe citizen-workers? Narratives of self-realization versus disabling support-to-work contexts by individuals with High Functioning Autism 2019-06-28T02:00:15+00:00 Faten Nouf-Latif, Katarina Andersson, Urban Markström sci@scopuseu.com <p>Sweden, like other Western countries, has a disability legislation that coexists with the Active Labour Market Policies. ALMP address a discourse emphasizing the importance of the able and productive ‘citizen-worker’, who is expected to craft his/her own success through meaningful personal goals and ambitions. This discourse also impacts disability groups who are actualized for support-to-work interventions, such as people with high-functioning autism (HFA). The objective of this paper is to analyse how narratives targeting ambitions and self-realisation in work life are expressed by individuals with HFA in relation to the citizen-worker discourse. This ethnographic study comprises 26 qualitative interview narratives by 11 participants with HFA. Findings indicate that the participants have developed a strong citizen-worker identity. The will is an essential point of gravity, expressed through notions of individual meaningfulness and ambitions of being perceived as resources in any vocational context. Barriers to these ambitions are experienced as personally counteractive support-to-work practices. These results suggest that disability legislation and policies are caught in a mantra of stagnating normalisation, resulting in disability-worker interventions that are incompatible with mean- ings emphasized in the citizen-worker discourse, which is the new ‘normal’ of today.</p> 2019-06-09T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://scopuseu.com/scopus/index.php/academy/article/view/723 The institutionalisation of peer support in France: Development of a social role and roll out of public policies 2019-06-28T02:00:15+00:00 Eve Gardien, Christian Laval sci@scopuseu.com <p>In France, the practice of peer support is currently developing and becoming institutionalised in health (particularly mental health), social and medico-social sectors. Despite significant shared values, a common background and a universal acceptance of experiential knowledge as the basis of their expertise, there is a diversification in practices. In a context where public health and social policies encourage the development of the social role of peer supporter and where funding is available for a number of salaried posts, some practitioners opt for a voluntary or informal system. This article aims to explore the varied ways in which the role has developed through an analysis of its institutionalisation process. To do this, data from two surveys will be analysed: one based on peer counsellors who set up an association under the law of 1901 and the other on peer-support workers from “Housing First”, an experimental public policy intervention programme. Two different processes of institutionalisation of the peer-support role emerge from the analysis: one which prioritises the development of a social role and the other the roll-out of public policy. Neither is yet sufficiently successful to guarantee the sustainability of the practices, owing to a lack of legitimation process or shortcomings in reciprocal typification. This situation has delayed the professionalisation of the peer-support role. It also raises two questions: that of the links between experiential knowledge and professional knowledge and that of the effects of a meeting of peer supporters who were hitherto isolated in their respective fields (health, mental health, disability, exclusion, addiction, etc.) and within their causes.<br> </p> 2019-06-09T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## http://scopuseu.com/scopus/index.php/academy/article/view/724 Flexibility and visibility. An examination of the narratives of Norwegian people with disabilities about working part-time 2019-06-28T02:00:15+00:00 Janikke Solstad Vedeler, Cecilie Høj Anvik sci@scopuseu.com <p>Among the disabled workforce, many are engaged in part-time work. However, research regarding the relationship between disability and part-time work has only partially elucidated how people with disabilities who are in receipt of partial or graded disability pensions perceive and handle the combination of part-time work with their pension payments. This article addresses the narrated strategies employed by people with disabilities in managing part-time employment, drawing on interview data from 10 Norwegian citizens who worked part-time in addition to receiving a graded disability pension. The findings illustrate that flexibility and visibility are specific strategies that our informants implement when health issues and reduced working hours result in weakened connections to the workplace. The article demonstrates how the discourses around paid employment facilitate these strategies. By providing insight into people’s narrated experiences of engaging in part-time work with disabilities, the article offers significant recommendations into the conditions necessary for people with disabilities to remain employed while also in receipt of graded disability pensions.</p> 2019-06-09T00:00:00+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##