ISSN 2409-7616

Davydenkova A.G., Kartseva A.A., Shabalina A.E.


UDC 37.017


Davydenkova A.G.1 (St. Petersburg. Russian Federation) –, Kartseva A.A.1 (St. Petersburg. Russian Federation) –, Shabalina A.E.1 (St. Petersburg. Russian Federation) –

1Saint-Petersburg State Agrarian University

Abstract. The article analyzes the value orientations of the socialization of the student’s personality. The process of education at the university is considered as the most important socio-cultural institution that forms not only professional, but also socially significant positions of the individual. The personal parameters that a university can provide in modern conditions are understood as a social phenomenon that requires its own understanding within the framework of social philosophy. Students are considered as a special social, cultural and demographic group of the country’s population. In the educational activities of the university, the main directions are: civil-patriotic, moral and spiritual, education of a positive attitude to work and creativity, intellectual education, health-saving education, socio-cultural and media-cultural education, cultural and aesthetic education. The article notes that the revolution in the field of communications and information at the turn of the new millennium led to rapid changes in technology and communication technologies. The basis of these changes is theoretical and practical research in the field of natural, mathematical and engineering sciences. But scientific management of society is impossible without the information that theoretical sociology and social philosophy produce. The fundamentals of worldview positions are also important. The role of education, information, management and organization has increased in the information society. In this regard, the attitude of society towards the educational environment should also change. Higher school is not only the professional training of specialists, but also the most effective mechanism of socialization and inculturation of a person. Initially, the idea of higher education was connected with the need to meet the needs of the time: intellectualization, informatization, socialization, humanitarization. Socialization of a young person.

Keywords: professional university education, values, value orientations, students, identification and socialization of personality, ideological foundations of professionalism.


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Davydenkova A.G., Kartseva A.A., Shabalina A.E. Professional socialization of a student: value approach. CITISE, 2022, no. 4, pp.98-110. DOI: