The Concept Of Value Self-Determination Of Children And Youth

Abstract

The concept of value self-determination of an individual is presented taking into account such trends of modern life as turbulence, value uncertainty, singularity. The concept enriches the insufficiently developed pedagogical aspects of scientific knowledge about the influence of childhood psychological trauma on the value self-determination of children and youth. As a methodological basis for the concept, a systematic approach is substantiated that describes value self-determination in terms of "situation", "being", "event"; anthropological, characterizing the non-systemic aspects of value self-determination in terms of “experience”, “co-experience”, “attitude”; axiological, the units of research of which are “value”, “meaning”, “self-determination”. The structure of value self-determination integrates the processes of "crystallization" of values as a conscious or unconscious process of value formation, generated by acute and intense experience, has been substantiated; value generation of meaning - awareness of the personal meaning of values in the process of “experiencing the past”; value formation of meaning as a specially organized process of comprehending the meaning and acquiring the personal meaning of values in specially designed situations of communication and activity.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.129

Online ISSN

2357-1330