2014, Volume 4(2)

CONTENTS / TURINYS

Editor’s letter

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I. SOCIAL CHALLENGES

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Changes In Feeling of Connectedness Among Senior Adolescents
Albina Kepalaitė

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 Civic Self-Determination: The Approach To Defence Funding
Gediminas Navaitis, Gintaras Labutis, Neringa Povilaitienė
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Role of Person’s Ideological Orientations in World View Formation and the Image of “I”
Natalia Volodarskaya
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 II. THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCES  37
 
Ethical Aspects of the Profession of Social Worker
Witold Jedynak
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Factor Analysis of Teacher Ratings for the Lithuanian Translated Behavioral and Emotional Rating Scale
Matthew C. Lambert, Philip D. Nordness, Michael H. Epstein, Renata Geležinienė
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The Features of Operational Component of Social Activity of Student Youth
Anastasiya K. Bazilenko

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 III. DISABILITY STUDIES  67
   
Communicating Mathematical Ideas in a Digital Writing Environment: the Impacts on Mathematical Reasoning for Students with and Without Learning Disabilities
Jacqueline Huscroft-D’Angelo, Kristina Higgins, Lindy Crawford
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Expression of Social Skills of a Child with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Case Analysis
Margarita Jurevičienė, Nijolė Šostakienė
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Language Cognizance and Sign Language Awareness on the Part of Deaf Individuals at 2nd Level Primary Schools for Hearing Impaired Individuals in The Czech Republic
Pavel Kučera, Eva Souralova
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Oral Motor Praxis in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders in the Context of Modern Speech and Language Therapy
Katerina Vitaskova, Alena Rihova
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 IV. PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION  121
 
Attitude of Progymnasiums Students Towards Health and Physical Activeness
Daiva Mockevičienė, Lina Miliūnienė, Renata Žukauskaitė, Ilona Dobrovolskytė
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Passing The Litmus Test: are We Preparing Youth to Manage Basic Health Care Needs? A Preliminary Investigation
Alexandra L. Trout, Matthew C. Lambert, &Michael H. Epstein, Marybell Avery
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About the authors 142
 
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