ISSN 2409-7616

L. Bykasova, V. Podberezny, E. Pershonkova, A. Samoylova


Larisa V. Bykasova – Doctor of Education, Professor of Rostov State Economic University (Russia, Rostov-on-Don), SPIN code: 2544-6452 / ORCID: 0000-0003-4866-1222, E-mail:

Vladimir V. Podberezny – Candidate of pedagogical Sciences, Professor of Rostov State Economic University (Russia, Rostov-on-Don), SPIN-code: 3736-0735 / ORCID: 0000-0002-1590-1931, E-mail:

Elena A. Pershonkova – Candidate of pedagogical Sciences, associate Professor of Rostov State Economic University (Russia, Rostov-on-Don), SPIN-code: 9325-6224 / ORCID: 0000-0001-6185-6919, E-mail:

Aleksandra N. Samoylova – Postgraduate student, Southern Federal University, Engineering and technological Academy (Russia, Taganrog), SPIN-code: 2342-0373, E-mail:

Abstract. From the holographic approach position, in the article the attempt of the compliance-culture concept reflection is made, defined as a new methodological optics, which allows to reveal the phenomenon’s essence, reflecting the specificity of the subject’s existence in the heterogeneous society, to evaluate the degree of the educational organizations responsibility for the results, the quality of work and the subject’s education. “Compliance” describes a new paradigm of the modern education as a platform for the sociocultural development of an individual, which is formed through the strategic audit of the basic methodological principles, methods, and educational ideas, developed with the modern pedagogical science and practice. “Compliance” decyphers the cultural codes that are responsible for the formation of a modern competitive, harmoniously developed personality, generating its composite identity in a new didactic plane, contributing to the development of the subject’s cognitive flexibility in the educational ecosystem and to the deployment of its leadership abilities in overcoming the modern challenges of today’s world.

Keywords: team, frame, social inclusion, synergetic effect, digitalisation, Internet network.



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