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Volume 29, 20162016 International Conference “Education Environment for the Information Age” (EEIA-2016)
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Sociopolitical orientation of the youth community in Russia: the behavior modification approach to young people in the framework of higher education institutions
1 Institute of Systems of Economics and International Law Management, Moscow, Russia
2 Moscow State University of Technologies and Management named after K. G. Razumovskiy, Moscow, Russia
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The paper is an attempt to analyze the state of the sociopolitical orientation of young people in Russia which is caused by the political process launched in the course of reforms. Some recommendations on the behavior modification in the framework of the social institution of elite cadres training – higher school – are also presented. The authors of the article substantiate the following idea: while studying at a higher education institution, the individual must be able to acquire the necessary expertise that allows them to take up active life, civic, and political positions. Examples of such competencies are: general legal literacy; the ability to critically evaluate information, etc. Some particular conditions for the formation of young people’s outlook on life, the formation of their sociocultural and cultural political positions that should be implemented in higher education through educational, scientific, and innovative leisure activities are presented in the article; the recommendations for their formation in higher education institutions are also given.
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