The article is devoted to the consideration of a number of topical problems determined by the peculiarities of the current stage of the civilization development of society, as well as the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic, sharply built on the relevance of the corresponding paradigm of the education system in the conditions of the new digital world and the need to overcome difficulties in the use of new information and communication technologies. They destroy traditional cultural systems of ethnocultural identity codes that preserve the defining features of national cultures and mechanisms of socio-cultural continuity. The authors of the article also substantiate the thesis that the communication processes of the end of the XX century of the first quarter of the XXI centuries are undergoing significant changes under the influence of information and communication technologies of the new digital world. They argue that these technologies destroy the stable, centuries-old systems of cultural codes of ethnocultural identity, due to which the defining signs of national cultures have been preserved in the course of the long historical and cultural development of peoples. The authors of the paper prove that in conditions of adaptation of young generations to the processes of constructing a new cultural and communicative space of the modern digital world, mankind has faced the need to develop a new paradigm of social development and overcome difficulties in using the traditional mechanisms of sociocultural continuity in the modern conditions of the civilizational development of contemporary societies.
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31 March 2022
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Goryunova, A. A., Murzaev, D. V., Nikitin, A. V., Savrutskaya, E. P., & Ustinkin, S. V. (2022). Education In The System Of Factors Influencing Youth Value Orientations. In & I. Savchenko (Ed.), Freedom and Responsibility in Pivotal Times, vol 125. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 599-606). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2022.03.72