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Приложение 5. Задания для констатирующего среза на определение уровня сформированности аргументативных стратегий и тактик

1. Listening

You are going to listen to the text about food.

Write the summary of this text.

Remember to:

- list the main ideas

-write the arguments supporting the main ideas -provide the data necessary -write a conclusion

You will hear the recording twice.

1. Reading

Read the text about Anna Freud

1.

Anna Freud was not primarily a theoretician. Her interests were more practical, and most of her energies were devoted to the analysis of children and adolescents and to improving that analysis. Her father, after all, had focused entirely on adult patients. Although he wrote a great deal about development, it was from the perspectives of these adults. What do you do with the child, for whom family crises and traumas and fixations are present events, not dim recollections?

2.

First, the relationship of the child to the therapist is different. The child’s parents

are still very much part of his or her life, a part the therapist cannot and should not try to usurp. But neither can the therapist pretend to be just another child rather than an authority figure. Anna Freud found that the best way to deal with this "transference problem" was the way that came most naturally: be a caring adult, not a new playmate, not a substitute parent. Her approach seems authoritarian by the standards of many modern child therapies, but it might make more sense.

3.

Another problem with analyzing children is that their symbolic abilities are not as advanced as those of adults. The younger ones, certainly, may have trouble relating their emotional difficulties verbally. Even older children are less likely than adults to bury their problems under complex symbols. After all, the child's problems are here-and-now; there hasn't been much time to build up defenses. So the problems are close to the surface and tend to be expressed in more direct, less symbolic, behavioral and emotional terms.

4.

Most of her contributions to the study of personality come out of her work at the Hamstead Child Therapy Clinic in London, which she helped to set up. Here, she found that one of the biggest problems was communication among therapists. Whereas adult problems were communicated by means of traditional labels, children's problems could not be.

5.

Because children’s problems are more immediate, she reconceptualized them in

terms of the child’s movement along a developmental time-line. A child keeping

pace with most of his or her peers in terms of eating behaviors, personal hygiene, play styles, relationships with other children, and so on, could be considered healthy. When one aspect or another of a child's development seriously lagged behind the rest, the clinician could assume that there was a problem, and could communicate the problem by describing the particular lag.

Choose the correct main idea for each paragraph from the list below. Write the correct paragraph number (1-5) next to the appropriate headings. There is one extra heading.

A) A child development is healthy if he/she behaves like the majority of the children of his/her age.

B) The psychoanalyst should be considered by the child as a dominating but

sympathetic figure. ________________

C) Anna Freud filled the gaps in the theory, that weren’t developed by the

father of psychoanalysis. _________________

D) Children usually find other ways of responding to the problem apart from

speaking. _______________

E) Anna Freud was involved into the analysis of children’s problems like her

father was. ______________

F) Interaction between colleagues was complicated due to the lack of terminology.

2. Read the text.

Why People Should Not Watch Too Much Television

Watching television is an experience shared by most adults and children. It is cheap, appealing, and within the reach of the general public. In this way, TV has

become an important mass media around the world.

Sadly, this resource isn’t used in a way that people could get the best possible benefits from it. The purpose of this essay is to persuade the reader that people shouldn’t watch too much

television because the content of many TV programs is not educational; it makes people waste time that could be used in more beneficial activities; and it

negatively affects people’s mental development.

The first reason why people shouldn’t watch too much television is because

the content of many TV programs is not educational. Nowadays, we can see movies, series, and shows that present scenes of violence, sex, and drugs. This has established wrong concepts among the audience that influence them into having a negative behavior. Moreover, the impact this tendency has on children is worse because they grow up with the idea of a world where women must be slender and blonde to stand out, where problems can only be solved with money and violence, and where wars are inevitable.

The second reason why people shouldn’t watch too much television is because

it makes people waste time that could be used in more beneficial activities. The time we spend watching TV could be applied to useful activities like exercise, reading, interacting with friends and family, activities that are crucial for a healthy lifestyle.

The third reason why people shouldn’t watch too much television is because it

negatively affects people’s mental development. According to several scientific

studies, watching TV for prolonged periods of time has a negative effect over the intellectual development of children and leads to deterioration of the mental capacity in older people by causing both attention and memory problems in the long term.

In conclusion, people shouldn’t watch too much television because the content of many TV programs is not educational; it makes people waste time that could be used in more beneficial activities; and it affects people’s mental development.

However, this doesn’t mean that we should ban TV, but if we are going to watch

it, we should do it with moderation. Television is a resource that we should learn to use through the right selection of programs by taking an active and critical attitude towards it.

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- Find and underline claims (—).

- Circle linking words.

- Mark the facts (F) and the assessment of the author (A).

4) Complete the text with the words below.

defenses transference problems fixations

traumas symbolic abilities particular lag?

higiene family crises peers

abilities substitute parent here-and-now

1. Do you agree that ....... and ... are force major circumstances for a child to

develop a positive healthy personality?

2. If the child experienced abusive treatment from his/her parents, he/she could

have.................. being an adult and interacting the other people.

3. Clinicians are concerned about the problem of becoming a.................................................. for a child.

4. A .............. in child development can be elicited by comparing the child with

his/her . in terms of eating behaviour, personal . , play styles, and relationships with other children.

5. An analyst cannot deal with............................... of a child because they are not as developed

as those of adults.

6. A child’s problems are ... and it’s a goal of an analyst to build up ...? from them.

5. Writing.

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Write about the following topic:

How your life would be different if you had chosen another job?

Use the outline:

1) Introduction: problem 2) Advantages 3) Disadvantages 4) Conclusion Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge.

Write at least 250 words.

6. Poleplay different situations using the strategies you know: collaborating, avoiding, competing, compromising, accommodating. Remember to:

-express your point of view

-use phrases appropriate for each strategy

-use agreements, concessions or objections when necessary

Situation 1: You are 18 years old. You are allowed to come home at whatever time you want and you really appreciate that. You just have to ring up if you are going to be late. Yesterday you came home at the midnight without ringing up.

Technique: Role Play Problem: Parent-child relationships

Strategy of Argumentation:

1 - avoiding

2 - accommodating

3 - compromising Participants: parent, child

Situation 2: When you were a child, you had a TV set in your room. You used to spend all your free time watching TV there. You even used to eat in front of TV screen. Now you are 25 years old and you discuss the situation with your parent. You are certain that children should not be allowed to behave this way and parents ought to set some limits.

Technique: Role Play

Problem: parent-child relationships

Strategy of Argumentation:

1 - collaborating 2-competing

Participants: parent, child 7. Poleplay the situations using different tactics you know.

Situation 1: You are a student. You discuss your problems with a psychologist. Your family made you choose a career in medicine and you entered a medical school. Now you feel rebellious.

Technique: Role Play

Problem: parent-child relationships Tactics of Argumentation:

1- avoiding decision-making, withdrawing/sidestepping ;

2 - digressing, change of the topic;

3 - excessive concretization, asking questions at every point of the claim discussed

4 - disguising disagreement when not being persuaded Participants: psychologist, student

Situation 2: You are 16 years old. Whenever your parents tried to stop you from meeting particular people, it only made you want to see them even more. You think parents should give advice but they should never force their choice on you.

Technique: Role Play

Problem: parent-child relationships

Tactics of Argumentation:

1 - attacking, hidden threats

2 - the tactic of mutual concessions, step-by-step motivating and promising 3- partial agreement

4 - supporting and elaborating on the opponent’s ideas Participants: parent, child

Situation 3: You think parents should advise their children on what to read, but they can’t control it: in the end children read what they want.

Technique: Role Play

Problem: parent-child relationships

Tactics of Argumentation:

1 - partnership

2 - empathy

3 - echo-responding

4 - finding minor inconsistencies in the opinions of opponents so that to avoid any conflicts and share the point of view

Participants: parent, child

Приложение 6. Задания для промежуточного среза на определение уровня сформированности аргументативных стратегий и тактик

1. Listening

You are going to listen to the text about Alternative Therapy.

Write the summary of this text.

Remember to: - list the main ideas

-write the arguments supporting the main ideas

-provide the data necessary

-write a conclusion

You will hear the recording twice.

2. Read the text about Alfred Adler.

A. Adler proposed a generalized feeling of inferiority as a motivating force in behavior, as it was in his own life. Initially Adler related this feeling of inferiority to physical defects. The child with hereditary organic weakness will attempt to compensate the deficient function. A child with weak limbs may, through intensive exercise, excel as an athlete or dancer. Adler later broadened this concept to include any mental, physical, or social handicap, real or

imagined. In infancy, the child’s helplessness and dependence on other people

awaken this sense of inferiority. Thus, it is a feeling experienced by everyone. Consciously aware of the need to overcome it, the child at the same time is driven by the innate striving for the betterment of the self. This pushing and pulling process continues throughout life, propelling us toward greater accomplishments. Inferiority feelings operate to the advantage of the individual and the society because they lead to continuous improvement. But if in childhood these feelings are met with pampering or with rejection, the result can be abnormal compensatory behaviors. Failure to compensate adequately for inferiority feelings can lead to the development of an inferiority complex,

which renders the person incapable of coping with life’s problems.

9) According to Adler, the drive for superiority or perfection is universal, but each of us behaves in a different way to try to reach that goal. We demonstrate our striving in a unique or characteristic mode of responding by developing a style of life. This style of life involves the behaviors by which we compensate for real or imagined inferiority. In the example of the physically weak child, the style of life may include exercise or sports that will increase stamina and strength. The style of life is fixed at the age of 4 or 5 and becomes difficult to change thereafter. It provides the framework within which all later experiences are dealt with. Adler recognized the importance of the early years of life, but he differed from Freud in believing that people can consciously create a lifestyle for themselves.

3) Adler's concept of the creative power of the self suggests that we have the capacity to determine our own personality in accordance with our unique style of life. This active, creative human power may be likened to the theological notion of the soul. Certain abilities and experiences come to us through heredity and environment, but the way we actively use and interpret these experiences provides the basis for our personality and our attitude towards life. Adler meant that each of us is consciously involved in shaping our personality and destiny. We can determine our fate, rather than having it determined by past experience and by forces in the unconscious.

- In examining his patients' childhood years, Adler became interested in the relationship between personality and birth order. He found that the oldest, middle, and youngest children, because of their positions in the family have varying social experiences that result in different attitudes toward life and different ways of coping. The oldest child receives a great deal of attention until dethroned by the birth of the second child. The first-born may then become insecure and hostile, authoritarian and conservative, manifesting a strong interest in maintaining order. Adler suggested that criminals, neurotics, and perverts are often first-born children. He also suggested that Freud was a typical eldest son. Adler found the second child to be ambitious, rebellious, and jealous, constantly striving to surpass the first-born. Adler believed that the second-born child is better adjusted than the first-born or the youngest child. He said that the youngest child in the family was likely to be spoiled and predisposed toward behavior problems in childhood and adulthood. Also, only children may experience difficulties in adjusting to the world outside the family, where they are not the center of attention.

Choose the correct heading for each paragraph from the list of headings below. Write the correct paragraph number (1-4) next to the appropriate headings. There is one extra heading.

A) Using positive reinforcement in a parent-child relationship

B) The terms of behaviour improvement

C) A well-known method of positive behaviour reinforcement

D) Destructive influence of negative reinforcement

E) Punishment as a part of modification system

F) The fields behavior modification may be applied to

3. Read the text.

The home environment and parents are still important for the behaviors and choices of adolescents. Adolescents who have a good relationship with their parents are less likely to engage in various risk behaviors, such as smoking, drinking, fighting, and/or sexual intercourse. In conflict with their parents, adolescents are more flexible than younger children, but more hostile and rigid compared to adults. The topics of conflicts between adolescents and their parents are often about the extent to which parents can control and supervise the adolescent, for instance conflicts about chores, schoolwork, curfew, and the adolescent's right to privacy.

For the first time in their lives adolescents may start to view their friends, their peer group, as more important and influential than their parents or guardians. Peer groups offer its members the opportunity to develop various social skills, such as empathy, sharing and leadership. Peer groups can have positive influences on an individual, for instance on academic motivation and performance, but they can also have negative influences and lead to an increase in experimentation with drugs, drinking, vandalism, and stealing.

In the search for a unique social identity for themselves, adolescents are frequently confused about what is 'right' and what is 'wrong.' G. Stanley Hall denoted this period as one of "Storm and Stress" and, according to him, conflict at this developmental stage is normal and not unusual.

Adolescence is also a time for rapid cognitive development. Piaget describes adolescence as the stage of life in which the individual's thoughts start taking more of an abstract form and the egocentric thoughts decrease. This allows the individual to think and reason in a wider perspective. A combination of behavioural and FMRI studies have demonstrated development of executive functions, that is, cognitive skills that enable control and coordination of thoughts and behaviour, which are generally associated with prefrontal cortex. The thoughts, ideas and concepts developed at this period of life greatly influence one's future life, playing a major role in character and personality formation.

Adolescent psychology is associated with notable changes in mood sometimes known as mood swings. Positive psychology is sometimes brought up when addressing adolescent psychology as well. This approach towards adolescents refers to providing them with motivation to become socially acceptable and notable individuals, since many adolescents find themselves bored, indecisive and/or unmotivated. Struggles with adolescent identity and depression usually set in when an adolescent experiences a loss. The most important loss in their lives is the changing relationship between the adolescent and their parents. Adolescents may also experience strife in their relationships with friends. This may be due to the activities their friends take part in, such as smoking, which causes adolescents to feel as though participating in such activities themselves is likely essential to maintaining these friendships. Teen depression can be extremely intense at times because of physical and hormonal changes but emotional instability is part of adolescence. Their changing mind, body and relationships often present themselves as stressful and that change, they assume, is something to be feared. Sleep deprivation has also been linked to adolescent depression, particularly in the teen years.

- Find and underline claims (—)

- Circle linking words

- Mark the facts (F) and assessment of the author (A).

4.

Complete the text with the words bellow

unconscious forces

1) The term ... refers to a group of representations and feelings that reflect an individual’s self - devaluation in relation to others.

2) Some authorities maintain that . and defects of certain parts and organs may be transmitted to the offspring.

3) The..................... of the sacroplasmic reticulum in patients is susceptible to

malignant hyperthermia.

4) Impairment of brain development leads to . . or mental retardation.

5) Quite often a person may enter into an episode of anxiety and stress without

being.................. of it.

6) After the accomplishment of a challenging task, we need some time to relax and to change ideas.

7) .......... often disregards social norms.

8) Here are some exercises to perform for ... and ....

9) .......... are those which are working without our control.

10) ... - to cause to turn away from what is right, proper, or good.

5. Writing.

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Write about the following topic:

To be a little kid is easier than to be an adolescent.

Use the outline:

1) Introduction: problem 2) Advantages 3) Disadvantages 4) Conclusion Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge.

Write at least 250 words.

6. Poleplay different situations using the strategies you know: collaborating, avoiding, competing, compromising, accommodating. Remember to:

-express your point of view

-use phrases appropriate for each strategy

-use agreements, concessions or objections when necessary

Situation 1: You are a parent. It is important to move your child to a different school, but you don't think s/he should do it this year. Another parent doesn’t agree with you.

Technique: Role Play Problem: family relationships

Strategy of Argumentation:

1 - avoiding

2 - accommodating

3 - compromising Participants: parents

Situation 2: You think you can allow your 12 year old children to begin working. Another parent doesn’t agree with you.

Technique: Role Play

Problem: parent-child relationships

Strategy of Argumentation:

1 - collaborating 2-competing

Participants: parent, child

7. Poleplay the situations using different tactics you know.

Situation 1: You are a student. You are going to tell your parents that you want to drop out of the University and get job.

Technique: Role Play

Problem: parent-child relationships Tactics of Argumentation:

1- avoiding decision-making, withdrawing/sidestepping ;

2 - digressing, change of the topic;

3 - excessive concretization, asking questions at every point of the claim discussed

4 - disguising disagreement when not being persuaded Participants: parent, student

Situation 2: You are a parent. Your child's teacher told you that other teenager have been bullying your child.

Technique: Role Play

Problem: parent-child relationships

Tactics of Argumentation:

Tactics of Argumentation:

1 - attacking, hidden threats

2 - the tactic of mutual concessions, step-by-step motivating and promising 3- partial agreement

4 - supporting and elaborating on the opponent’s ideas Participants: parent, teacher

Situation 3: You are a student and you are very passionate about studying. Your parent tells you that you must leave the University and get job.

Technique: Role Play

Problem: parent-child relationships

Tactics of Argumentation:

1 - partnership

2 - empathy

3 - echo-responding

4 - finding minor inconsistencies in the opinions of opponents so that to avoid any conflicts and share the point of view

Participants: parent, child

Приложение 7. Задания для итогового среза на определение уровня сформированности аргументативных стратегий и тактик

1. Listening

You are going to listen to the text about individual voices.

Write the summary of this text.

Remember to:

- list the main ideas

-write the arguments supporting the main ideas

-provide the data necessary

-write a conclusion

You will hear the recording twice.

2. Reading

Read the text about behavior modification programs.

1) Skinner’s society based on positive reinforcement exists only in fictional

terms, but the control or modification of human behavior, individually and in small groups, is widespread. Behavior modification through positive reinforcement is a frequently used clinical application in mental hospitals, factories, prisons, and schools to change undesirable behaviors to more acceptable ones. Behavior modification works with people the same way operant conditioning works to change the behavior of rats and pigeons, that is, by reinforcing the desired behavior and not reinforcing undesired behavior.

2) Think of the child who throws temper tantrums to get food or attention.

When parents give in to the child's demands, they are reinforcing unpleasant

behavior. In a behavior modification situation behavior such as kicking and screaming would never be reinforced. Only more socially acceptable behaviors would be reinforced. After a time the child's behavior will change, because the tantrums no longer work to bring rewards, whereas nicer behaviors will.

3) Operant conditioning and reinforcement have been applied in the workplace, where behavior modification programs have been used to reduce absenteeism, improve job performance, promote safe work practices, and teach job skills. Behavior modification has also been successful in altering the behavior of patients in mental hospitals. By rewarding patients for appropriate behavior with tokens that can be exchanged for goods or privileges, and by not reinforcing negative or disruptive behaviors, positive behavioral changes can be induced. Unlike traditional clinical techniques, the behavioral psychologist here is not concerned about whatever might be going on in the patient's mind, any more than the experimenter is concerned with any mental activities of the rat in the Skinner box. The focus is exclusively on overt behavior and positive reinforcement.

4) Research has shown that behavior modification programs are usually successful only within the organization or institution in which they are carried out. The effects rarely transfer to outside situations because the program of reinforcement would have to be continued, even intermittently, for the desired behavior changes to persist. For patients, this can be done if caregivers in the home, for example, are trained to reinforce desirable behaviors with smiles,

praise, or other signs of affection and approval.

5) Punishment is not part of a behavior modification program. According to Skinner, people should not be punished for failing to behave in desirable ways. Instead, they are to be reinforced or rewarded when their behavior changes in

positive ways. Skinner’s position that positive reinforcement is more effective

than punishment in altering behavior is supported by considerable human and animal research.

Choose the correct heading for each paragraph from the list of headings below. Write the correct paragraph number (1-5) next to the appropriate headings. There is one extra heading.

3. Read the text about Fathering in Great Britain

How do British parents cope with the pressures of raising children in a society nowadays? Fahim Mazhary, a 52-year-old father of five from London spoke to Fareena Alam, a journalist for The Guardian, about how it feels for him:

"Sometimes I wish I could prevent my four teenage sons from becoming adults, because adulthood is so complicated and confusing. It is a monumental task for any parent to ensure their children grow up balanced and kind individuals, so imagine the pressure of being a parent in the current climate. My sons watch TV, read the papers, and surf the net - they are exposed to ideas that are incredibly challenging for me. The other day I saw one of my sons enjoying a gamble. I was horrified. But he insisted that he loved it, and it is his mouth, his taste. It was a revelation for me. My sons are individuals - I cannot control where life takes them.

"Recently, I listened to a lecture by Adam B. Lesly. He warned against getting angry, and I believe that the root of most family problems lies in anger. If parents don't listen to their children, they will stifle the children's anger and frustration, driving it underground. Your child may shut up because you tell him to, but his confusion is not resolved. There will always be an inherent communication gap between parent and child. I used to think my sons thought I was stupid, old- fashioned, out of touch, and it used to tear me apart. So I taught myself to speak their language. I realized that our home is the safest place to deal with their questions and frustration - I look at it as a controlled explosion! But can you ever know what your child is saying when he thinks no one is listening? Children are most honest not when they talk to their parents but when they talk to each other. I overheard one son talking to the other about racist bullies at their school. "We ought to just blow them up!" he said. I was horrified but I let them have their say and when they calmed down, I had a chat with them. I told them I share their anger, but don't go along with their conclusions. In the 70s, I went through a period of anger and intense politicization but I learned that there are better ways to deal with frustration. No matter what you lecture your children about, they too need to make this journey of discovery. During this journey, they will either be met by individuals who channel their youthful vigor to violent ends, or by adults who guide them well. It is difficult to know when to tighten control and when to let them go. My boys are at such an impressionable age that if I lose concentration for even a week, they develop characteristics I do not recognize. This is a fact for every parent on this earth, and it is why I spend so much time engaging with my boys. I want my boys to grow up to become individuals who, in their quietest, most solitary moment - when no one is watching - will do the right thing, because I cannot watch them forever."

- Find and underline claims (—)

- Circle linking words

- Mark the facts (F) and assessment of the author (A).

4.

Complete the text with the words bellow

compliance

1) In the 18 and 19 centuries............................... , child neglect and extreme cruelty appeared

among Europeans of all classes.

2) ... - a group of diseases caused by psychic trauma.

3) ... in activities like eating junk food and shopping sprees can be harmful to one’s health.

4) It is also known as psychoneurosis or neurotic disorder, and thus those

suffering from them are said to be . .

5) It is said that ... for an only child are that he/she is selfish and spoiled.

6) ........... is an effect of Basic Evil which is also known as parental abuse.

7) ........... - having a feeling of frustration.

8) We develop a self in . to this stimulus which we use to protect the person we once were.

9) The primary objectives of this investigation were to examine the attributes,

emotional reactions, and............................... of shy/. and aggressive girls and boys.

10) Strategic Management provides high quality ... and ethical solutions to

clients in the health care industry.

5. Writing.

You should spend about 40 minutes on this task.

Write about the following topic:

The best way to get ready for an exam is to do it with a fellow student.

Use the outline:

1) Introduction: problem 2) Advantages 3) Disadvantages 4) Conclusion Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge.

Write at least 250 words.

6. Poleplay different situations using the strategies you know: collaborating, avoiding, competing, compromising, accommodating. Remember to:

-express your point of view

-use phrases appropriate for each strategy

-use agreements, concessions or objections when necessary

Situation 1: You are students. You are discussing exams. You think that the time spent preparing for exams is wasted. It would be better to spend time learning new things.

Technique: Role Play Problem: studying

Strategy of Argumentation:

1 - avoiding

2 - accommodating

3 - compromising Participants: students

Situation 2: You are students. ou are discussing exams. You think there is no point in studying the night before the exam.

Technique: Role Play

Problem: studying

Strategy of Argumentation:

1 - collaborating 2-competing Participants: students

7. Poleplay the situations using the different tactics you know.

Situation 1: You are a student. You are going to sit a difficult exam. You are certain that stress helps you perform better. Discuss it with your friend.

Technique: Role Play

Problem: studying Tactics of Argumentation:

1- avoiding decision-making, withdrawing/sidestepping ;

2 - digressing, change of the topic;

3 - excessive concretization, asking questions at every point of the claim discussed

4 - disguising disagreement when not being persuaded Participants: students

Situation 2: You are a teacher. You think that exams are the most effective way to test students' knowledge and ability. Discuss it with your colleague.

Technique: Role Play

Problem: studying

Tactics of Argumentation:

Tactics of Argumentation:

1 - attacking, hidden threats

2 - the tactic of mutual concessions, step-by-step motivating and promising 3- partial agreement

4 - supporting and elaborating on the opponent’s ideas Participants: teachers

Situation 3: You are a teacher. You've noticed that one of your students has taken the dictionary out of the bag during the exam. You haven't noticed him using it, though. The students must not use dictionaries and they know about it.

Technique: Role Play

Problem: studying

Tactics of Argumentation:

1 - partnership

2 - empathy

3 - echo-responding

4 - finding minor inconsistencies in the opinions of opponents so that to avoid any conflicts and share the point of view

Participants: teacher, student

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  9. Статья 60. Каждому гарантируется защита его прав и свобод компетентным, независимым и беспристрастным судом в определенные законом сроки.
  10. Выбор энергетических интервалов, для которых определяются усреднённые значения спектральной плотности нейтронного излучения
  11. 4.3.3 Определение спектральной чувствительности нейтронных детекторов с низкой чувствительностью к тепловым нейтронам
  12. ГЛАВА 3 МОДЕЛИРОВАНИЕ НЕЙТРОННОГО СПЕКТРОМЕТРА-ДОЗИ­МЕТРА РЕАЛЬНОГО ВРЕМЕНИ И ПОДБОР ДЕТЕКТОРОВ ДЛЯ МНОГОДЕТЕКТОРНОГО БЛОКА ДЕТЕКТИРОВАНИЯ
  13. Статья 63. Осуществление предусмотренных настоящей Конституцией прав и свобод личности может быть приостановлено только в условиях чрезвычайного или военного положения в порядке и пределах, определенных Конституцией и законом.
  14. Статья 50. Каждый имеет право сохранять свою национальную принадлежность, равно как никто не может быть принужден к определению и указанию национальной принадлежности.
  15. Фирун Константин Борисович. СОЗДАНИЕ РАСПРЕДЕЛЕННОЙ ВЫЧИСЛИТЕЛЬНОЙ СРЕДЫ НА БАЗЕ МОБИЛЬНЫХ УСТРОЙСТВ ДЛЯ РЕШЕНИЯ ЗАДАЧИ РАСПОЗНАВАНИЯ РЕЧИ И ГОЛОСА. Диссертация на соискание ученой степени кандидата технических наук. СПбГУ., 2015