1. Proverbs and Other Stable Sayings Show a Foreigner the ‎Traditions and Cultures of the Russian People

Tatyana Gennadevna Bochina; Anastasiia Alexandrovna Korshunova; Sholpan Kuzarovna Zharkynbekova

Volume 9, Issue 3 , Summer and Autumn 2021, , Pages 101-108

Abstract
  It is obvious that proverbs have their roots in the cultures of any society. Russian proverbs and sayings show a foreigner the traditions, customs, and way of thinking of the Russian people. In the current study, by monitoring posts on social networks and using passive observations of the speech process ...  Read More

2. Cultural Interaction in the Works of M. Zhumabayev as the Basis ‎for the Development of a National Literary Tradition

Nazira Dossanova; Omirkhan Abdimanuly; Almasbek Maulenov; Yerkhan Karbozov; Nursulu Matbek

Volume 9, 2 (Themed Issue on Modern Realities of National Languages of CIS Countries) , Summer and Autumn 2021, , Pages 41-53

Abstract
  The construction of a system of national literature is based on an understanding of the meaning of the language form and its adaptation to the area where literary creativity is developing. The relevance of the study is determined by the fact that it is necessary to highlight the directions of the locality ...  Read More

3. Indigenous Accounts of Environmental Stewardship in Light of the Theory and Language of Maharishi Vedic Science

Lee Fergusson; David Kettle; Geoffrey Wells

Volume 5, Issue 1 , Winter and Spring 2017, , Pages 68-81

Abstract
  The principles and practice of sustainability have gained momentum in the last 15 years and now form a central part of conversations around social praxis and the future. It has been proposed that the theories driving sustainability science are embedded in Indigenous history, and it has been shown that ...  Read More