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EVEN ETHNOS IN NIZHNEKOLIMSKIY DISCTRICT OF YAKUTIA: SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS IN THE LATE SOVIET PERIOD (Papers SGEM2018)

V. Filippova
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The sedentarization of the nomadic population was one of the directions of the USSR policy in the North. The transfer to sedentary had been completed in many northern regions. But in Yakutia number of nomadic groups were continued to rise in 1980s. There is an important question – how (...)


GEOGRAPHICAL INEQUALITIES REGARDING THE HEALTH STATUS OF THE POPULATION IN ROMANIA (Papers SGEM2018)

C. Sosea, L.Popescu
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT During the decades following 1989, characterized by multiple economic and social convulsions, Romania faced a profound transformation of its demographic structures, with a natural population deficit and a negative migratory balance rate. Although our health care system has been in a (...)


INTENSIVE FARMING AND ITS EFFECTS ON POPULATION HEALTH - ALTERNATIVES (Papers SGEM2018)

S. A. Toderasc, I.C.Todirica, B. C.Chiripuci
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Agriculture has been the main occupational branch since the beginning of civilization. The term of agriculture is defined as the process of producing animal and plant food by cultivating certain plants and livestock farming for human consumption. This activity provides most of the (...)


LANDSCAPE AND THE EVENKIS’ TOPONYMS (Papers SGEM2018)

A. Sirina
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT This article concerns the Evenkis—hunters and reindeer herders of the Siberian taiga—and their interactions with the landscape reflecting in a land naming. I use a semantic approach to the analysis of the Evenkis’ toponyms, which were gathered during my fieldwork in Eastern Siberia in (...)


LARGE BUSINESS LOCALIZATION AS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FACTOR OF COASTAL TERRITORIES (Papers SGEM2018)

A. G. Druzhinin, V. V. Gorochnaya, G. M. Fedorov, I. A. Dets, A. S. Mikhaylov
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT Coastal territories are the national growth nodes throughout the world. Concentration of human activity along the coast have long been recognized and conceptualized within the notion of coastalization. Russia is often perceived to be exposed to the opposite effect – continentalization. (...)


LIBEREC: THE CITY OF MANY CHURCHES, BUT WITHOUT WORSHIPERS? (Papers SGEM2018)

A. Bohac, A. Svarcova
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The paper is focused on religious-geographical research of the city of Liberec, the fifth most populous city in the Czech Republic. Liberec (Reichenberg before 1945) is located in the northern part of the state near the borders with Germany and Poland in the region, which was strongly (...)


POST-SOVIET DYNAMICS OF GEO-ECONOMIC BALANCE OF FORCES IN THE MODERN BLACK SEA REGION AND ITS IMPACT ON CROSS-BORDER CLUSTERING (Papers SGEM2018)

A. G. Druzhinin,V. V. Gorochnaya, N. V. Gontar
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The article is devoted to the issues of the general economic development and clustering trends within the Black Sea Region. The authors analyze and conceptualize the post-Soviet dynamics of the region for the last decades and point out the vectors that changed the balance of power (...)


REGIONAL POLITICAL CULTURES OF POST-SOCIALIST SOCIETIES (Papers SGEM2018)

A. Zinovyev
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT One of the most cited definitions of “regional political culture” was given by the famous American political scientist D. Elazar. He defined it as a set of persistent political attitudes, values and behaviours that are passed down from generation to generation, which characterize a (...)


RESIDENTIAL MOBILITY AS A FORM OF URBAN POPULATION RESILIENCE – CASE STUDY: SUCEAVA TOWN (Papers SGEM2018)

M. Lupchian, G. Cheia, V. Horodnic, M. Afloari
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The transformations occurred in the Romanian town after 1990 meant also changes at the level of urban habitation. Financial difficulties, access to property, the emergence of the real estate market and its fluctuations, the modifications that happened in the location of the urban (...)


THE OPTIMIZATION OF THE LOCAL RESOURCES IN THE ATTENUATION OF THE ECONOMIC EFFECTS GIVEN BY THE MOBILITY OF THE POPULATION IN THE DANUBE PORT TOWNS IN ROMANIA (Papers SGEM2018)

M. GADOIU, C. TEODORESCU, D. PEPTENATU, C. DOBREA, D. C. DIACONU
Friday 9 November 2018 by Libadmin2018
ABSTRACT The migration of the population is one of the demographic phenomena causing quite large changes. Negative effects are felt especially in the areas of departure, where the aging tendency is clearly recorded. The Danube port towns in Romania, as a result of the political and (...)


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