Sociocultural Approaches For Modern Scientific And Educational Space Construction


The research is devoted to a problem of misunderstanding among people due to differences in outlook, life attitude, and culture- reasonable views. The collaboration of people from different countries with different cultural backgrounds and worldviews is of particular importance at the level of scientific communication. Unity, respect may allow us to concentrate on solving important scientific problems. In this regard, the article attempted to study the socio-cultural component of the modern scientific and educational space of Russian universities. The purpose of our research was to determine the main problems that both graduate students and teachers may face. Research is also devoted to reasons for their emergence in communication field of scientific and educational space of Russian universities, from the point of view of their significance, complexity and defining ways to overcome them. The study was conducted with postgraduate level students at universities of the Republic of Tatarstan. The study involved 60 postgraduate students, 15 professors and scientific advisers working with them. The result of the study was the identification of factors that represent risks as well as promising approaches for the development of the system of training of higher scientific qualification, specialists, the solution of which will be facilitated by updating the socio-cultural component of the formation of the scientific and educational space of the university.

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Karelina, M. Y., & Fakhrutdinova, A. V. (2022). Sociocultural Approaches For Modern Scientific And Educational Space Construction. In D. S. Nardin, O. V. Stepanova, & E. V. Demchuk (Eds.), Land Economy and Rural Studies Essentials, vol 124. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 557-563). European Publisher.