Social and cultural space in the ethnoregion of Pivnichne Priazov: retrospective analysis

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AD ALTA : Journal of Interdisciplinary Research
The article uses the sociocultural approach, understood in a socially scientific sense, which presupposes, first of all, the identification and comprehensive study of the institutional and non-institutional aspects of social life. At the same time, culture is considered as the main prerequisite or condition for the emergence and existence of institutional (standardized and normatively legalized) structures of social organization. From the totality of social phenomena and ties, this approach singles out the ratio of institutional and non-institutional ties of socio-cultural phenomena and processes as the main aspect of its consideration. The nature of these connections is determined either by the gradual transformation of various non-formalized types of people's vital activity into patterns and types of systemic organization (institutionalization processes), or by the reverse transition of systemic formations (wholes) into differentiated and multidirectional types of spontaneous activity of subjects (deinstitutionalization processes), which is demonstrated in the article on the example of Pivnichne Priazov ethnoregion, in its social and cultural space. Socio economic, political and pedagogical conditions of the Northern Azov region of the second half of the 19th - early 20h centuries are analyzed, their impact on the development of primary education in the region; the organizational and methodological principles of professional development of the Azov Zemstvo teacher are determined. The authors evaluate the progressive achievements of the Azov Zemstvo school.
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Ethnocultural community, Ethnoregion, History, Socio-cultural space
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Shumilova I., Cherezova I., Sherstnova I., Matsiuk V. (2022). Social and cultural space in the ethnoregion of Pivnichne Priazov: retrospective analysis. AD ALTA : Journal of Interdisciplinary Research (12/01-ХХV), P. 253-255.