Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities
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Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vol.5, No.2, Jun. 2019, Pub. Date: Mar. 19, 2019
The Formation of Social Activity of Young People in the Globalization Process
Pages: 32-36 Views: 370 Downloads: 108
Authors
[01] Ja`farkhan Isakhanov, Department of Social Sciences, Faculty of Psychology and Social Sciences, Samarkand State University, Samarkand City, Uzbekistan.
Abstract
This article focuses on all aspects of the life of young people, their full support and the problems of creating conditions for youth development. The process of globalization, the wide spread of mass culture and the technologization of the information sphere affect the upbringing and social activity of the younger generation, revealing the need for protection from encroachments on its spiritual world. The formation of social activity of young people and its study create the conditions for creating ideas about the level of the socio-political state of society. The article covers such aspects as: the importance of disclosing the basic concepts of the state youth policy, the need to protect from the influence of various alien ideologies in the period of globalization; substantiated and voiced in scientific circles conclusions and recommendations aimed at improving the spiritual growth of young people, the continuous development of their social and civic responsibility, as well as increasing the effectiveness of youth organizations.
Keywords
Globalization, Culture, Social Activity, Ideological Threat
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