ISSN 2409-7616

Bigildina E.R., Latypova Z.B., Sultanova R.M., Hasanov R.R., Khizbullina R.Z.



UDC 37.01

Bigildina E.R.1 (Ufa, Russian Federation) – E-mail:, Latypova Z.B.2 (Ufa, Russian Federation) – E-mail:, Sultanova R.M.1 (Ufa, Russian Federation) – E-mail:, Hasanov R.R.2 (Ufa, Russian Federation) – E-mail:, Khizbullina R.Z.1 (Ufa, Russian Federation) – E-mail:

1Bashkir State University

2Bashkir State Pedagogical University named after Miftakhetdin Akmulla

Abstract. The cultural and civilizational development of mankind informs us that a nation, an ethnos and the natural environment have always inseparably formed an integral ethno-cultural ecological system. It is important to note that socio-natural relations, environmental technologies have always been built and should be built on a proven folk basis, with an interconnection with the way of life, work and mentality of the people, with its economy and culture. This is what confirms the relevance and importance of a comprehensive and in-depth study of the issue of ecological traditions and processes, taking into account all rational and useful cultural and value qualities of the population. Ecological traditions are traditions that have been tested and tested by many generations, which it is important to preserve over the years and multiply, make them the property of an ethnic group. The formation of ecological traditions was influenced by many factors, the main of which were climate, geography, religion and economy. In the spiritual ecological experience of previous generations, the wisdom of being has been preserved, thanks to which the modern generation can harmoniously coexist with the surrounding world. Today it is necessary to emphasize that ecological traditions should be made a national treasure, to direct the younger generation to develop in this direction, to create new ecological projects taking into account the traditions and customs of the ethnic group. The life of the modern generation will become much richer spiritually if they inherit the experience of their ancestors and use it in the management of their household, their way of life. It is important to develop new theoretical aspects in the study of ecological traditions of each subject of the Russian Federation, to compile an ecological collection of traditions of different ethnic groups.

Keywords: ethnos, ecology, education, environment, ecological traditions, culture.


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Bigildina E.R., Latypova Z.B., Sultanova R.M., Hasanov R.R., Khizbullina R.Z. Ecology of moral purity of the soul of the peoples of Bashkortostan. CITISE, 2022, no. 2, pp.283-293. DOI: