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    the Russian world General information about Russia Russia is the largest country in the world. Its area is 17 098.242 million square km. The state is located in eastern Europe and northern Asia. Population: around 143.800 million people. Money: the local currency is the Russian Ruble (RUB)‚ divided into 100 kopeks. Transportation within Russia: metro‚ buses‚ trolley-buses‚ trams‚ marshrutka (minibuses)‚ taxi‚ train‚ airplane. In Russia people like to relax and celebrate holidays. Russians are

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    Russians and Br

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    for ones race and a quest for power. <br> <br>In 1871 Slavs occupied most of eastern and southern Europe. The Slavs came from many nations. They populated the Austro-Hungarian‚ German‚ Russian‚ and the Balkan Areas of the Ottoman Empires. However as a result of their geographic diversity‚ there was no single language or literature for the Slavic population. Slavs were so disunited that although they shared a common nationality‚ there was ignorance‚ hatred‚ and oppression of each other. <br> <br>Slavic

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    Russian Culture

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    Russian culture has a long history. “In fact early Russia was not exactly ‘Russia‚’ but a collection of cities that gradually coalesced into an empire. In the early part of the ninth century‚ a Scandanavian people known as the Varangians and their leader Rurik invested in one of these first cities‚ Novgorod. Rurik’s successor‚ Oleg extended the power of the city southward and established Kievan Rus‚ which is now Ukraine” (Ancient). Russians are known to be very proud of their country and traditions

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    Russian Family Roles

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    Every culture in society has its own views and values when it comes to family life. Within the Russian culture‚ family is extremely important and plays a vital role in their everyday occurrences. As nurses‚ it is important to know the roles that each member of the family carries‚ as well as the specific gender roles within that family. We must also understand what family values the Russian culture holds‚ and be able to comprehend how these values affect nursing care. The role each member

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    Language Problem

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    Republic had to speak Russian whether they are Russians or not. It wasn’t forbidden to speak Kazakh‚ but if people did not know Russian language well‚ they would not succeed and couldn’t get good paid jobs; they belonged to uneducated and to a lower social class. Since that time‚ most families sent their children to Russian schools and tried to speak primarily Russian at home. Nowadays‚ those children have grown up‚ most don’t speak Kazakh while some don’t even know the language at all. According to

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    The Kazakh Language

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    demonstrates an overall language situation in Kazakhstan which reflects on a national building of the presently independent country. At first‚ it analyses a historical background on a foundation of the Kazakh language starting from a the Soviet Union period to the language problem since the time of early independence. The investigation conducted in this paper explains main reasons of weak language community as well as policy-making decisions and directions to the further language development. The examination

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    Kazakh Language

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    ID: 20121349 Date: 11.01.13 Literature Review Today most popular issue is problem of national language in Kazakhstan. The Kazakh language is the native language of the Kazakh people. Kazakh is the state language of the Republic of Kazakhstan. However‚ the issue of implementing and developing the state language in Kazakhstan to this day has not been fully resolved. This is most likely an issue of time. While some research has focused only on the description of problem‚ other work has

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    Russian Formalism

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    A Brief Introduction to Russian Formalism Zhu Gang In the heyday of high modernism emerged a group of college students and young faculty in Moscow and Petersburg‚ Russia‚ whose interest was claimed to be literature per se. They were few in number‚ but their unmistakable insistence on the ideal status of literary study and stubborn pursuit for its realization has marked the beginning of a new era‚ and produced profound influence on the subsequent development of contemporary Western critical

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    Russian Holidays

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    Russian Holidays Our holiday traditions play an integral part in defining who we are as people‚ in that‚ we all enjoy celebrating holidays‚ whether it¡¯s Christmas‚ the New Year‚ or Easter. Russians feel the same way‚ although their holidays and traditions differ a little from American ones. In chronological order‚ the first holiday is celebrated on January 1st and 2nd and just happens to be the most popular and most notable holiday- The New Year. As in the United States‚ Russians celebrate

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    Russian Formailsm

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    Russian formalism was an influential school of literary criticism in Russia from the 1910s to the 1930s. It includes the work of a number of highly influential Russian and Soviet scholars such as Viktor Shklovsky‚ Yuri Tynianov‚ Vladimir Propp‚ Boris Eichenbaum‚ Roman Jakobson‚ Boris Tomashevsky‚ Grigory Gukovsky who revolutionised literary criticism between 1914 and the 1930s by establishing the specificity and autonomy of poetic language and literature. Russian formalism exerted a major influence

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