Pages: 17-24
DOI 10.7442/2071-9620-2016-1-17-24
Authors: Litvak R.A.
Abstract: Construction of personality statements and construction of the statements about the role that personality plays in sociocultural activity that should be considered as a system through sociocultural orientation is meaningfully represented in personalized pragmatist approach. In relation to the notion of personality the notion of activity is introduced with its principal characteristics, the processes of personality socialization and cooperation of personality and society are considered. Social and cultural activities development requires the application of theoretical and methodological approaches. The leading role in the integration and continuity of social, cultural and educational components of the theory, methodology and organization of welfare activity belongs to a systematic approach. On the basis of a systematic approach external and internal control of the general scientific principles is applied. As the base, an integrative approach to the social and cultural activities is used to further select systematic, personal-active and sociocultural approaches.
Keywords: integration, system approach, socio-cultural approach, personal-active approach, socio-cultural activities.
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