STUDENT SELF-GOVERNMENT AS AN INDEPENDENT COMPONENT OF SOCIAL ESTABLISHMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF YOUTH IN UKRAINE

  • Serhiy Kykot’
Keywords: student youth, student self-government, higher school, state youth policy, socialization of youth

Abstract

The article focuses on the fact that the development of student self-government is a powerful factor in educating of democratic values in young people and preparing the young generation for life in a democratic, social state, built on a civil basis. Today, the issue of student self-government has become an important element of the educational and youth legislation in Ukraine. Ensuring conditions for the social formation and development of youth in Ukraine implies the availability of the close interaction between the institutes of the state and youth associations, among which the student self-government bodies occupy an important place. It should be noted that recently there took place strengthening of the positions of student selfgovernment bodies regarding the possibilities of influencing the process of managing higher education institutions by identifying the aspects that require approval from the student self-government bodies in the process of administrating the university. Thus, the development of student self-government becomes an integral part of the university’s management system. The methodology of the research is based on the principles of historicism, objectivity, system analysis of facts and events.

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Author Biography

Serhiy Kykot’

Kykot’ Serhiy Mykolayovych – Candidate of History, Reseacher of the Departament of History and Culture of Ukraine of State Higher Educational Establishment «Pereiaslav-Khmelnytskyi Hryhorii Skovoroda State Pedagogical University»

Published
2018-04-12
How to Cite
Kykot’, S. (2018). STUDENT SELF-GOVERNMENT AS AN INDEPENDENT COMPONENT OF SOCIAL ESTABLISHMENT AND DEVELOPMENT OF YOUTH IN UKRAINE. Scientific Notes on Ukrainian History, (43), 181-186. Retrieved from https://snouh.com/index.php/journal/article/view/27
Section
PART І. HISTORY OF UKRAINE