Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : responsibility


Development of social responsibility among students of pedagogical universities

Uzakov Akram Avazovich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 640-651

The article discusses the definition of responsibility, defines the structure and its components. And also an analysis of the works of specific authors on the problem of responsibility, a variety of approaches and the ambiguity of the characteristics of this category. The functions of responsibility are considered: sense-forming, normative-regulating, directing, coordinating and mechanisms of perception of responsibility, a heuristic mechanism, an evaluative mechanism, a mechanism of due attitude, a reference mechanism, a motivational mechanism - a mechanism of self-control. Cognitive, motivational, volitional, activity-based components are considered

Features of sports contract on the example of the Republic of Uzbekistan

Elbek T. Musaev; Kambariddin M. Mehmonov

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 6292-6310

in this article, the Sports Contract is analyzed as a legal way to ensure relations between the parties in professional sports. The research proposed in the article aims to give a holistic idea of what a sports contract is, what are its features, to identify gaps in legislation and problems of law enforcement in the field of physical culture and sports. It also considered the grounds for concluding contracts between athletes and physical culture and sports organizations, issues of formalizing the relationship between the employer and the athlete, the specifics of the contract on sports activities, rights, obligations, responsibility of the athlete, coach and employer under a sports contract.

RESPONSIBILITY FOR VIOLATION OF PUBLIC ORDER IN THE CRIMINAL LEGISLATION OF THE CIS COUNTRIES

Dilnoza Karaketova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1727-1731

Abstract. The article provides a comparative analysis of the norms that establish
responsibility for hooliganism, as well as aggravating circumstances in the criminal
legislation of the Russian Federation, Armenia, Belarus, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, and
Turkmenistan, which are included in the CIS.

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE - A REFLECTION OF SELF AWARENESS, SELF CONFIDENCE, RESPONSIBILITY, FLEXIBILITY AND ADAPTABILITY AMONG DENTAL COLLEGE STUDENTS

M.B. Sai Keerthana; G. Sridevi; S. Sangeetha

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 850-868

Emotional intelligence is the ability of a person to control and react according to emotions and feelings. Emotional intelligence is an inborn ability that makes people recognise, learn, feel, understand the emotions they are going through. Emotions are nothing but feelings that should be used properly as it has a huge impact in our lives. Emotional intelligence has an impact on various characters and attitudes of a person like self confidence, responsibility, adaptability, and self awareness. Emotional intelligence usually helps a person during a team performance rather than an individual performance. A standard set questionnaire designed was used to assess emotional intelligence among dental students. The study shows that the majority of the students have knowledge about emotional intelligence and intellectual capability. The present study concluded that the majority of the students are self aware and are able to manage their stress and emotions better. They were found to be self confident , trustworthy and adaptable and flexible. Among all of the students females are seen to cope up with their stress and are able to manage their emotions better than male participants