Contents (2013, 3)

FUM-2013-03 (cover)


S. P. GUDKOVA (Saransk, Russia). The problem of preservation of the Finno-Ugric languages as the story basis for “final” book of poems “Malika” by S. Zavyalov

The article examines the specific genre features of the “final” book of poems “Malik” by S. Zavyalov. It proves a special significance of the formal organization of the poetic text in the disclosure of the main poetic idea of the book, which is the need to preserve the Finno-Ugric languages and culture.

Keywords: modern poetry; “final” book of poems; meta-genre education; topical originality; Finno-Ugric languages; “text-ruin”; vers libre.

M. S. FEDINA, E. K. TRIFONOVA (Syktyvkar, Russia). Permistika in heritage of V. I. Lytkin: unknown pages

The article describes the unknown till now manuscript of a candidate degree thesis of V.I. Lytkin “Word endings in the Permian Languages” of 1928–1929. The manuscript is preserved in the I. A. Kuratov Literary-Memorial Museum (Syktyvkar).

Keywords: V. I. Lytkin; Perm Studies; Komi language; historical phonetics; history of Finno-Ugric Studies; comparative-historical linguistics.

A. A. FOKINA (Yoshkar-Ola, Russia). Positive characteristic of human mental abilities used in phraseological units with the component ‘head’ in the languages of different structures (on the Mari, Russian and English languages)

The article researches the structural, grammatical and semantic features of phraseological units containing a token ‘golova’ / ‘vui’ / ‘head’ in Russian, Mari and English.

Keywords: phraseological units; positive connotation; structural model; semantics; phraseological and semantic compliance.

S. V. SHEYANOVA (Saransk, Russia). Conditionality as specific stylistic feature of modern Mordovian novel

The article deals with conditional means of artistic features and their functions in the formation of the style of a modern Mordovian novel. The objects of the research are the means of creating conventionality as a fairy tale, character, dream, mythological and poetic reception.

Keywords: conventionality; means of creating conventionality; stylistic specificity; symbol; mythological and poetic means; dream; metaphor.

S. T. AREKEEVA, T. I. ZAITSEVA (Izhevsk, Russia). The story of “escape” and the image of “a fugitive” in the Udmurt prose of 1920’s–1930’s

It analyzes the short stories of Udmurt authors focused on the image of a fugitive who is described by the universal story of escape. It shows general and specific features of the stories in the poetics of the story line, narrative, chronotope, and the behavior of the characters.

Keywords: Udmurt prose; short story; image of the fugitive; story; chronotope; trickster character.

N. M. MOSINA (Saransk, Russia). Semantic and morphological characteristics of beneficiative on the material of the Erzya language

On the material of the Erzya language the article studies semantic and grammatical ways of expressing beneficiative, one of the subject arguments of the semantic structure of a sentence.

Keywords: semantic structure of the sentence; semantic case; actant; beneficiative.


N. F. BELYAEVA (Saransk, Russia). The role of national and regional components in ethnic socialization of students of pedagogical University of the Republic of Mordovia

The paper presents the main lines of ethnic socialization, its realization in the process of studying national and regional courses. It illustrates the main ideas with the examples.

Keywords: Ethnicity; socialization; identification; ethno-cultural education; ethnic culture.

T. A. MARTINCHUK (Syktyvkar, Russia). Specific features of public preschool education in Komi ASSR in the 1930’s

It analyzes preschool community in Komi ASSR, specific features of public preschool education and considers the organization of kindergartens in 1930’s.

Keywords: preschool community; education; kindergartens; Komi ASSR.

T. V. YUZYKAYN (Syktyvkar, Russia). Specific features of public preschool education in Komi ASSR in the 1930’s

The article examines the role of international meetings of the Finno-Ugric youth in the development of the Finno-Ugric youth movement in the late XX century. It shows the task, forms and types of such meetings; summarizes their final documents. It determines the value of the Youth Association of Finno- Ugric peoples for the formation of cooperation among them.

Keywords: Finno-Ugric peoples; MAFUN; youth movement of the Finno-Ugric peoples; the youth; the сongress; international conference.

G. A. KORNISHINA, K. V. KOMAROV (Saransk, Russia). Stages of formation of the youth policy of the Finno-Ugric regions of Ural-Volga region in the late XX – early XXI century

In a comparative context the authors consider the stages of development of the youth policy in the Ural-Volga region on the example of Finno-Ugric republics: Mordovia, Udmurtia, Mari.

Keywords: The youth; youth policy; non-profit organizations; employment; young family; law on the youth; youth committee.


E. N. VAGANOVA (Saransk, Russia). Folklore of Moksha Mordovians: the Existence of Folk Tokens

On the material of folk tokens the article deals with the representation of traditional values and life priorities concerning various sides of lives of Moksha Mordovians: household, family relations, sociocultural standards, religious rituals, and calendar rituals observance.

Keywords: token; custom; tradition; folklore; genre language; folk phenological observations.

A. G. BURNAEV (Saransk, Russia). “Exot of Dance” by O. Rodin and “unnaturalness” of ballet perspective by S. Erzya

The article analyses certain works of sculptors and choreographers and discusses the dynamics of dance movement associated with sculptural and choreographic movement, individual understanding and implementation of sculptural images on the stage.

Keywords: plastic art; sculptural plastics; sculptor and artist; choreographer; choreographic element; dance movement; body dynamics; movement rhythm.

O. V. RADZETSKAYA (Moscow, Russia). Cultural contexts of “Alena Arzamasskaya” ballet by N.V. Kosheleva

It studies cultural aspects of “Alena Arzamasskaya” ballet by N. V. Kosheleva. Their creative features are assembled into harmonious unity with the main trends of the development of professional music in Mordovia and in the whole region.

Keywords: heroics; poems; ballet; N.V. Kosheleva; Alena Arzamasskaya.


O. V. BAHLOVA (Saransk, Russia). International relations of Russian regions for positioning in the ranking system of federal relations (on example of Finno-Ugric subjects of the Russian Federation)

The article analyses the international activities of Finno-Ugric subjects of the Russian Federation in the context of the evolution of the modernization policy of Russian federalism. It identifies the main factors that determine the level of their involvement in this activity, and its character.

Keywords: external relations; foreign partner; competence; international activities; region; cooperation; subject of Federation.

N. N. LOGINOVA, T. P. REBROVA (Saransk, Russia). Population dynamics of the Finno-Ugric peoples in Russia

It considers geographic and demographic development of Finno-Ugric peoples of Russia, characterized by spatial heterogeneity and variability. It emphasizes population dynamics on the regional and subregional levels.

Keywords: Finno-Ugric group; Finno-Ugric ethnic groups; language; people; population dynamics; demographic processes; demographics.

M. E. ZUBAREV (Syktyvkar, Russia). Problems of recruitment of political and administrative elite in the works by Pitirim Sorokin

The article analyses the views of Pitirim Sorokin on the recruitment of political and administrative elite. These views are based on the conception of social mobility developed by him.

Keywords: elite recruitment; vertical social mobility; social stratification; social space; social institute; mechanism of elite selection; promotion avenue.

T. A. VASINA (Izhevsk, Russia). Dynamics of Udmurt population in the structure of population in Tatar ASSR and the Republic of Tatarstan in the XX – beginning of XXI century: statistic data

Basing in the census it studies the dynamics of Udmurt population in the Republic of Tatarstan in XX beginning of XXI century. It analyses the changes in the share in the urban and regional population.

Keywords: Republic of Tatarstan; census and statistical data; the Udmurts; number and percentage.

M. V. PANOVA (Saint-Petersburg, Russia). Territorial structures transformation of mechanical engineering in Hungary in 2005–2012

The article describes the transformation of Hungarian economy over the recent years in particular in the field of mechanical engineering. It gives the foreign companies which present on the Hungarian market and makes conclusions about the current situation of the country.

Keywords: economy; Hungary; Ikarus; megye; plant; investment; investor; carmaker; mechanical engineering.

T. V. HUDOYKINA (Saransk, Russia). Legislative framework and practical problems of free legal service in the Republic of Mordovia

It analyses the problems of using national normative legal acts regulating the rendering of free legal service to the population of the Republic of Mordovia.

Keywords: legal assistance; free legal services; law; the population of the Republic of Mordovia.

A. V. RODNIAKOV, E. S. RUSKINA (Saransk, Russia). On the Support for Minority Finno-Ugric Languages

This article discusses preservation and development of the languages of the Finno-Ugric peoples.

Keywords: Finno-Ugric languages; minority languages; language support.


L. V. KALACHINA (Saransk, Russia). Honoured Actress of the Republic of Mordovia L. P. Knyazkova: all facets of creativity

A. B. TANASEYCHUK (Saransk, Russia). Book Review: N. L. Vasiliev. Russian Writers in Mordovia Region (XVIII – beginning of XX century.): directory

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