The article is devoted to the analysis of principles of mediation as an alternative method to ensure human and citizen’s rights, enshrined in the Law of Ukraine “On mediation”, their relationships and interdependence. The research methodology includes a complex analysis and consolidation of the available scientific and theoretical materials, as well as shaping the corresponding conclusions. In the process of the research conducting, the authors used methods of scientific cognition: terminological, logical and semantic, functional, system and structural, logical and normative.
The article analyzes the nature of the legal conflict. The theoretical and pragmatic significance of scientific analysis of social conflicts and contradictions is analyzed. The study of the role of objective and subjective factors that cause them, in particular in Ukraine, is determined by the presence in its territory of potentially conflictual problems - political, legal, social, economic, cultural, linguistic, confessional, and others.
The covering of scientific controversy is considered as the specifics of scientific journalism. The author considers controversy of the subjects of media texts on science as one of the important ways to highlight the conflicts in journalistic materials. Effective presentation of scientific controversial information in the media serves as a reserve and an instrument for 23 the development and support of interest in science, promotion of scientific knowledge among the general public, and increasing of scientific media literacy.
The article deals with the journalist covering of conflict processes. The conflict is regarded as the important content- and form-driving element of journalistic texts. The author analyzes how the field of conflict is represented with content, genre and plot-compositional means of journalism. The peculiarities of media coverage of such parameters of conflict processes as structure, typology, reasons, dynamics, and functions are clarified.
In the article, the authors reveal the essence of information warfare; focus on the basic understanding of this phenomenon. The article acknowledges that in the scientific literature information war is interpreted, in particular, as rivalry in the informational and psychological sphere for the influence and control over resources; informational influence on making political decisions; a modern conflict that is inherent in the post-industrial society era; a conflict involving the use of information weapons, etc.
This paper is devoted to the research and analysis of design conflicts that appear in collaborative desing due to various technical and organizational factors. The dynamical conflict detection model is proposed.
The article examines the historical and legal reasons for the conflict in the former
Yugoslavia in comparison with the conflict in eastern Ukraine. It is proved that in some cases
the some causes of conflict coincide but the primarily cause is that the leading nation try to prevent the release of a smaller nation with its sphere of influence. However, there are many
other reasons that can be attributed to the historical and legal causes that contributed to the
start of both conflicts. It was determined that both conflicts include both political and other
It is proposed and studied the model of conflict interaction of objects and subjects of cyberspace based on the principles of construction discretionary access control models in information and telecommunication systems. The model can provide information security system in the form of Euclidean product of sets, which components are elements of information security. Cyberspace is defined as the Euclidean metric.
The article analyzes encyclicals of Pope of Rome John XXIII, which are dedicated to the issue of threats to international security and global peace. John XXIII investigated treatment of the concept of “signs of timе” and their interpretation in terms of the Cold War and the Caribbean crisis. The main provisions of letters and encyclicals of John XXIII are analyzed, applying analytical, systematic, structural and functional methods and content analysis. As a result, their significant contribution to peace and security is revealed.