Eco-Vocational Consciousness Formation Model of a Specialist in Modern Mega Polis
 
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Samara National Research University (Samara University), Samara, Russia.
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Kazan (Volga region) Federal University, RUSSIA
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Elena I. Cherdymova   

Department of Sociology and Culturology, Samara National Research University (Samara University), Samara, Russia.
Online publication date: 2017-07-05
Publication date: 2017-07-05
 
Eurasian J Anal Chem 2017;12(A Multidisciplinary Approach to science 5b):521–531
 
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The purpose of the paper is to substantiate theoretically and experimentally the model of integration of environmental and vocational training, which determines the way of formation of eco-vocational consciousness of students, future specialists. The leading method of research of this problem is modeling, which enables to consider this problem as a process of purposeful formation of eco-vocational consciousness of a specialist. The paper presents the model of integration of ecological and vocational training with the aim to form an eco-vocational consciousness of a specialist in a modern mega polis. Factors and conditions for the formation of a specialist’s eco-vocational consciousness are revealed; an algorithm for implementing this model has been developed The model is aimed at the integration of environmental and vocational training and is focused on the development of scientific and methodical maintenance to create eco-vocational consciousness of students, future specialists.
 
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