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Publications of Lekhanova Faina Matveevna
Pedagogy and education, 2017-4
Khoroshikh P.P., Gudkov Y.E., Lekhanova F.M. - Gender Approach to Classification of Folk Games pp. 18-23


Abstract: The article is devoted to the role of gender component in the structure of national games. The author notes that the theory of gender is growing more important for pedagogical psychology and development of child's personality. It is important to take into account that ethnocultural and ethnopedagogical potential plays an important role in gender socialisation and influences the development of child's personality. According to the authors of the article, existing folk games may be classified taking into account gender approach that allows to define three potential groups: muscline, feminine, and androgyne. As an example, the authors analyze folk games of Southern Yakutia Evenks. Each of the folk game described by the authors relates to this or that gender group and develops particular personality traits of a child. The authors offer their own classification of folk games based on the gender approach which allows to expand the scope of folk game research. Gender aspect is one of important components in the general structure of national pedagogics and affects the development of child's personality and his or her general idea of what is 'man-like' or 'woman-like'. 
Arctic and Antarctica, 2016-1
Proshkina V.A., Khoroshikh P.P., Sergievich A.A., Lekhanova F.M. - Climatic effect of the Arctic regions upon the development of adaptational health resources of the children population of indigenous people pp. 80-85


Abstract: This article is dedicated to the review of the main research associated with the study of adaptational potential status of the health of children among the representatives of indigenous population of Arctic regions of the Russian Federation. The latest research demonstrate that the growing body is affected by multiple stressogenic factors in the conditions of Arctic. Starting from birth, we can trace the negative influence of climatic and environmental factors, which becomes the cause for various maladaptive reactions and decrease of the reserve homeostatic mechanisms. All of these factors lead to the formation of various noninfectious chronic diseases. General analysis of the conducted in Arctic regions research of the health status of children population allowed determining the main regularities of the adaptive potentials of health. The author suggests that the health of children population residing in Arctic territories requires particular attention, which is caused by the low birth rate, as well as growing number of various pathological conditions and chronization of diseases. For improvement of the aforementioned situation it is necessary to run an early comprehensive diagnostics regarding the character of the delinquency in development of a child.
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