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The Post-Material Values of Young People and Interactive Technologies in the Formation of a Culture of Scientific Dialogue in the Student Environment: Based on the Teaching of Philosophical Disciplines at the University

The Post-Material Values of Young People and Interactive Technologies in the Formation of a Culture of Scientific Dialogue in the Student Environment: Based on the Teaching of Philosophical Disciplines at the University
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Author(s): Inna Borisovna Romanenko (The Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, Russia), Yuriy Mikhailovich Romanenko (Saint Petersburg State University, Russia) and Alexey Alexandrovich Voskresenskiy (The Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia, Russia)
Copyright: 2019
Pages: 17
Source title: Modern Technologies for Teaching and Learning in Socio-Humanitarian Disciplines
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Larisa Alexandrovna Darinskaia (Saint Petersburg State University, Russia) and Gallina Ivanovna Molodtsova (Saint Petersburg State University, Russia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-7841-3.ch001

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Abstract

The task of reforming and improving the social and humanitarian component of modern education is related to the understanding of time as an existential experience associated with the phenomenon of age. According to the theory of generations of N. Howe and W. Strauss, age is defined as a measure of awareness of one's own living life. It is a methodological approach of this study. The generations of Y and Z are the subject of special attention in the study being the group that actually forms the requests for the educational policy of the state. Considerable attention is paid to the formation of skills and culture of conducting scientific dialogue in the student environment (the development of certain norms of behavior, the adoption of the normative requirements for scientific dialogue, the assimilation of various formats for discussions, projective activities, etc.).

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