Modern Situation Of Child's Development: Structure, Characteristics, Governing Factors


The modern situation of child’s development represents the consecution of cycles characterized by a certain number of stages. The first stage is set by the process of the subject’s relationship with social reality, which is determined by an objective aspect - the demands of modern social reality on teenagers and by a subjective aspect – personal interior reflections of the demands. The second stage is characterized by the ideal image, possessing the conditions which differ from the actual one for the subject and the point of bifurcation characterizing the environment ability to develop. The third stage assumes the subject of actions of development, which lead to transformation of the subject himself and his social reality. The fourth stage presents the formation of a new social reality. Factors of development in condition of the modern situation of development are quick-moving social-economical conditions; digitalization of society, appearance of media culture as a new childhood and adolescent socialization institution; superfluous control of all childhood life’s aspects by adults; ascending role of material well-being and personal achievement, as well as pursuance of individuation.

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