Students dreams as a constituent of the design of the future
Автор: Kupriyanycheva E.B.
Журнал: Онтология проектирования @ontology-of-designing
Рубрика: Философские аспекты проектной деятельности
Статья в выпуске: 2 (20) т.6, 2016 года.
The article analyzes the results of sociological poll of students of the Samara University. The purpose of the survey was to study dreams of students, to identify the individual dreams, the collective image dreams of students. The article analyzes the results of sociological poll of students of the Samara National Research University. The purpose of the survey was to study dreams of students, to identify the individual dreams, the collective image dreams of students. The topic is relevant, because what is currently the dream students, many of them will be to make a reality after graduation. The results showed that most students dream to pursue their passions, to create a good family and to have the opportunity to travel the world. The value of wealth for Russian students is much lower than for American students. Prepared independently, without help realize their dreams, about 60% of the students, but are taking concrete steps in this direction (have the necessary will power, daily engaged in self-education and self-improvement) not more than 30% of the respondents/ The lifestyle that I dream to lead the students focused not on production, creativity, and consumption and entertainment. No student indicated that he wants to invent, to develop, to create a new product. To identify the prospects for the future of the country plays an important role image of Russia in the eyes of young people. For most respondents this controversial character: the indestructible warrior-defender, which, like Ilya Muromets, is dormant for the time and wakes up to defeat the aggressor and evil, creative, but not able to use the fruits of his work.
Dreams of students, collective dream, the lifestyle of a student, the pyramid of needs of a. maslow, image of Russia
Короткий адрес: https://sciup.org/170178722
IDR: 170178722 | DOI: 10.18287/2223-9537-2016-6-2-231-240