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Khozieva I.K., Kutarova A.A., Gagloeva G.D.



UDC 376

Khozieva I.K.1 (Vladikavkaz, Russian Federation) – E-mail:, Kutarova A.A.1 (Vladikavkaz, Russian Federation) – E-mail:, Gagloeva G.D.1 (Vladikavkaz, Russian Federation) – E-mail:

1North Ossetian State University named after K.L. Khetagurov

Abstract. The article is devoted to the study of the features of the enduring layers of cultural, historical, creative heritage that determine the nature of national traditions and life principles. Creative activity acts as a sphere of interaction, communication between a person and the world around him, and the person himself can be considered as a qualitatively unique component of this world. As you know, outside of stable, generally accepted traditions, national socio-moral values cannot be formed, and artistic creativity cannot develop either. The continuity of generations is necessary, the transfer of progressive life experience, accumulating in artistic creativity, all social norms and rules of behavior. An important role in this process is also given to the focus on mastering the world of traditional cultural values developed by their “creators”, that is, ideological and artistic creativity should be considered in the context of philosophical and cultural categories that allow researchers to consider all its types and genres, which in the process of active functioning in society, show social and moral essential properties, “highlighting” at the same time the objective state of their conditional characteristics inherent exclusively in a certain ethnic group, a separate people, a particular nation. The strategy of comprehending social and moral dominants in the context of ideological and artistic creativity destroys the genre boundaries of many works. The study of the social and moral dominants of education in the context of ideological and artistic creativity, presented in ethnopedagogy, is due to the need to apply the socio-historical and cultural heritage of the older generation in a modern society in which social and moral values and priorities are devalued. In the article, the author concludes that the appeal to folk art, national traditions contributes to the spiritual enrichment of the younger generation, the development of pride in their nation, the formation of interest and value in the history and culture of their homeland.

Keywords:social and moral dominants, ideological and artistic creativity, national culture, oral folk art.


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Khozieva I.K., Kutarova A.A., Gagloeva G.D. Socio-moral dominants of education in the context of ideal and artistic creativity. CITISE, 2022, no. 1, pp.311-320. DOI: