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Publications of Ostapenko Andrei Aleksandrovich
Police activity, 2020-6
Ostapenko A.A. - Is the fourth wave of juvenile crime approaching? The review of socio-pedagogical publications
pp. 73-79


Abstract: The purpose of the article is to review the scope of scientific literature of the late 15 - 20 years considering the problem of juvenile crime. The review covers the monographs, theses and articles published in scientific journals, and even newspaper articles covering all three waves of juvenile crime in Russia, starting with the analysis of juvenile crime of the 1920s - the 1930s. The analysis includes the new Russian-language (and partially Ukrainian-language) publications studying pedagogical activity, authorship, and scientific inventions of an outstanding pedagogue of the Soviet epoch A.S. Makarenko. The author demonstrates that the interest in Makarenko’s work is not decreasing both in Russia and abroad. The second part of the text contains the review of works of Makarenko’s followers and adherers - S.A. and G.K. Kalabalin, and their apprentices A.S. Kalabalin and V.I. Slobodchikov. The last part of the text is the review of articles and monographs studying the new wave of juvenile crime. In particular, the author analyzes the works illustrating the psychological and pedagogical, social and medical reasons of emergence, expansion and growth scale of such youth subculture as A.U.E (Prisoner’s Urka Unity), and the ways of its prevention and combating.   
Pedagogy and education, 2020-4
Ostapenko A.A. - The model of full-time school: Ukrainian variant pp. 198-209


Abstract: This peer review analyzes the monograph published in Ukraine by Professors N. P. Lebedik and V. F. Morgun “The creation of full-time hub school as an educational complex". The work continues the traditions of the graduates of Poltava School of Pedagogy A. S. Makarenko, V. A. Sukhomlinsky, I. A. Zyazyun. The book offers the original variant of the model of an educational complex “A Full-time Boarding School”, and describes the normative legal, organizational-methodological and diagnostic approaches towards creation of such schools. The book is characterized by elaboration of all aspects of the school life: from detailed description of schedule to the options of school menu. The novelty of the proposed model consists in the following: a) the original unchangeable schedule of classes for the school day; b) nonstandard variants of organization of extended activities; c) models of combining different types of educational institutions; d) authorial outlook upon the arrangement of pedagogical activity in the cognate pedagogical systems. Particular attention deserves the proposed comprehensive diagnostics of social maturity of students as the integral indicator of school performance. Special place is held by description of the original health-saving invention of one of the authors – anti-scoliosis desk for either sedentary or standing work.
Pedagogy and education, 2020-2
Ostapenko A.A. - History of development of pedagogical skill in Russia: an outside perspective pp. 117-125


Abstract: This peer review analyzes a monograph “Pedagogical Skill in Russia: history, theory, practice (mid XVIII – XX centuries” by L. A. Milto published in Ukrainian language in Kiev (2008). The goal of peer review lies in familiarization of the Russian language experts in the area of history of education and national pedagogical thought with a new perspective upon the development of pedagogical practice in Russia for the period of two and a half centuries. Modesty of the edition (300 printed copies) and language of publication makes the book virtually unreachable for the Russian audience. The review of the presented monograph is carried out in the context of retrospective analysis of the entire Ukrainian scientific school of pedagogical art. It is underlined that this research represents a worthy development of ideas of the academician I. A. Zazyun. Novelty of the monograph consists in viewing the evolution of Russian education in the aspect of determination of pedagogical findings, approaches of pedagogical art of school teachers and university pedagogues. Of special relevance is the analysis of memoir literature on the lecturing skill of the prominent Russian professors of the XIX century and pedagogical activity of theatrical pedagogues, stage directors and actors of the early XX century. L. A. Milto’s monograph greatly contributes to the history of development of the national pedagogy.
History magazine - researches, 2016-3
Ostapenko A.A., Ostapenko N.A. - The History of the Creation and Iconography of the Azov Icon of the Theotokos: a Study of the Little-Known Image


Abstract: The article presents an attempt at studying the little-known iconographic image of the Azov Theotokos, considered to have been irretrievably lost. The research subject is the history, iconography, and known manuscripts of the icon "the Sign of the Multitude of the World" (Azov icon of the Theotokos). The article describes the historical context and true history of the creation and historical fate of the studied icon, which is surrounded by many myths and speculations. On the basis of archival materials, art history and theological literature, and available images the authors conduct the first detailed analysis of the icon’s iconography. The research uses the following methodologies: study of theological, historical, art history literature, and examination of archival and museum material. The scientific novelty of the research consists in that this is the first detailed analysis of the Azov Theotokos icon’s iconography brought into the scientific context. Furthermore, the authors bring into the scientific art history context the image of the Vytegorskaya icon, considered to have been irreversibly gone but which was accidentally found in the Regional Studies Museum in the city of Vytegra in the Vologoroskaya region. Furthermore, the article for the first time attempts to textologically analyse the inscriptions made on the studied icon.
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