E. Romanova, A. Ivanov
DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN’S COMMUNITY IN THE EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT IN THE CONCEPT OF SUBJECTIVITY OF V. I. SLOBODCHIKOV
Evgenia S. Romanova – Doctor of Psychology, Professor, Director Institute of Psychology of Sociology and Social Relations Moscow City Pedagogical University, Moscow, Russian Federation, SPIN-код: 3523-2553, Author ID: 422204, E-mail: RomanovaES@mgpu.ru
Alexander V. Ivanov – Professor, Department of Pedagogical, Age and Social Psychology Institute of Psychology, Sociology and Social Relations Moscow City Pedagogical University, Moscow, Russian Federation, SPIN-код: 2422-2873, E-mail: email@example.com
Abstract. This article is devoted only to two areas of research of the famous Russian scientist-psychologist, doctor of psychological Sciences, Professor V.I. Slobodchikov, who this year turned 75 years old. In his concept of development of human subjectivity in ontogenesis revealed the concept of “subjective reality” as self-being of man, “co-being community” as the ontological basis of human life, and their mechanisms of development, which served as the basis for the development of numerous psychological studies in the field of age psychology, collective theory, etc. V.I. Slobodchikov was engaged in the methodology of studying the environment, considering the relationship and interaction between the environment and the individual, the possibilities of the environment in the development of the child and their boundaries, which ensured the development of socio-pedagogical and socio-psychological studies of the role of the social environment in the development of personality, its structure, mechanisms of development. The content of the article may be interesting to researchers of pedagogical and age psychology, social pedagogy, undergraduate and graduate students.
Keywords: subjective reality, co-existential community, social environment, educational environment, cultural and educational environment of the school.
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Romanova E.S., Ivanov A.V. Development of children’s community in the educational environment in the concept of subjectivity of V. I. Slobodchikov. CITISE, 2019, no. 4, pp. 423-430. DOI: http://doi.org/10.15350/24097616.2019.4.39