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Prevention measures against extremism in students midst

S.L. Talanov, А. В. Давыдов, D.T. Berezin, Н.А. Храмков, F.Yu. Kushnarev
80,00 Р

 

UDC 314/316:343.6

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.03-21.032

 

S.L. Talanov is Cand.Sci. (Sociology), Ass. Prof., Senior Researcher at Federal Scientific Research Sociological Center of Russian Academy of Sciences e-mail: talanov_sergei@mail.ru; А.V. Davydov is Cand. Sci. (Pedagogy), Ass. Prof. at Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University n.a. K.D. Ushinsky e-mail: a.davydov@yspu.org; D.T. Berezin is Cand.Sci. (Engineering) at Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University n.a. K.D. Ushinsky e-mail: dimitry_rus_rub@rambler.ru ; N.A. Khramkov is Assistant to the head of the department for the observance of Human rights in the penal system of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia in Yaroslavl Region e-mail: Khrnic@ya.ru; F.Yu. Kushnarev is Cand.Sci. (Political sciences), Ass. Prof. at Department of Social Policy at Yaroslavl State University e-mail: kushnarevcustoms@mail.ru

 

Researched is the problem of effectiveness of extremism prevention in Yaroslavl universities. It was fixed that the most part of students (without difference in gender and age) have superficial ideas about extremism that makes it difficult to fight extremism among young people. The research fixed that basic knowledges, skills and practices for extremism and terrorism opposition students get during the study law, sociology of deviation, politology, conflict sociology and philosophy. It was fixed that interactive methods, forms and devices of study make a tolerance, blame and active civic position. It was demonstrated that students, who have a high-educated parents are more oriented to civic and patriotic values, than students, who have not high-educated parents or have only one of this. Above all, test shows that education level effects on emotional problems of everyday communication too. If a student have high-education parents, emotional acts not damage everyday contact with other people. It was fixed that adult students have more open lections of any confessions and law enforcements than the young ones. The authors suggest some actions for the extremism prevention effectiveness growth in universities of the country.

Key words: Prevention of extremism, interactive methods and forms of education, students, university.

 

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