SÄ°VTSEVA, Angelika
December 2013
Black Sea / Karadeniz;Winter2013, Vol. 5 Issue 19, p76
Academic Journal
In this article, the concepts "ethnic values" and "ethnic consciousness" are described. Values of young generation in modern polycultural educational environment of a higher educational institution are considered. The author presents the analysis of formation of students' values within conditions of polycultural environment.


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