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Arch-typical regulations of formation of mentality of modern students

G.D. Kovrigina
80,00 Р

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.02-19.021

 

G.D. Kovrygina is Cand.Sci. (Philosophy), doc. at Irkutsk National Research Technical University e-mail: kovrigina_gd@mail.ru

 

Analyzed are conditions and mechanisms of formation of arch-typical regulations of development of mentality of contemporary students, shown are external vectors and internal dynamics of basic regulations and features of their manifestation in external world. Arch-typical regulations are one of forms of manifestations of socio-cultural foundations of mentality. At the same time, prolonged social transformations, economical sanctions and political transformations resulted in distortion of regularities of arch-typical regulations and breaking of connection of formation of mentality in generations of youth, destroying value and worldview orientations of development of personality.

Key words: arch-types, arch-typical regulations, mentality, student, social self-feeling, values, worldview, personality.

 

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