Model for Student Spiritual and Moral Orientations Forming in Humanistic Paradigm Context
 
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Kazan State University of Culture and Arts, RUSSIA
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Moscow State Regional University, RUSSIA
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Vyatka State University, RUSSIA
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Volgograd State University, RUSSIA
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Moscow State Pedagogical University, RUSSIA
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Roza Sh. Akhmadieva   

Kazan State University of Culture and Arts, Kazan, Russia
Online publish date: 2017-10-01
Publish date: 2017-10-01
 
Eurasian J Anal Chem 2017;12(Interdisciplinary Perspective on Sciences 7b):1311–1318
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The paper relevance is determined by the student youth social crisis: a lack of moral values; the absence of moral patterns, the dominance of glamorous attitudes in the personal values formation, the student youth’s unformed moral core, which determine the moral vacuum of the educational space. The authors consider the humanistic (phenomenological) education paradigm comprehensively, presenting it as a system that implements conditions for the trainee spiritual and moral development, granting him freedom of moral and ethical choice in real life. The main conceptual idea of the paper is related to the author’s position that the humanistic paradigm determines the need for increased attention to high-quality professional and personal moral characteristics, especially in demand against the backdrop of pragmatization and blurring of spiritual and moral guidelines. The authors propose a model for the students spiritual and moral orientations formation in the context of the humanistic paradigm, which includes the following units: the targeted; structurally-substantial; process-technological; criterion-diagnostic; organizationally-activities. The paper is intended for researchers, educators, and psychologists dealing with the problems of personal qualities formation, including the spiritual and moral orientations of student youth.
 
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