Pluralism of sustainable civic attitudes among SVE students

Yu. N. Zelenov, F. T. Khamatnurov, M. Yu. Biktuganova, M. M. Dudina


The Ministry of Education and Youth Policy of the Sverdlovsk Region, Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation
Center for Assessment of Professional Skills and Qualifications of Teachers, Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation
Ministry of Physical culture and Sport of the Sverdlovsk region, Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation
Yekaterinburg Academy of Contemporary Art, Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation

Pluralism of sustainable civic attitudes among SVE students

Abstract: The problem of radicalization of students of organizations of secondary vocational education is considered in the article. Four subgroups of students with opposite stable civic attitudes were identified and identified in a sociological study conducted in April-July 2021. The first subgroup, which is relatively small in number, is students with a permanent opposition to the authorities; the second subgroup, the smallest in terms of numbers, are students with an orientation towards a combination of constant opposition to power with upholding unchanging European values; the third – a little larger in number of the previous category, these are students who consider it necessary to constantly support any actions of the authorities and the fourth subgroup, the most numerous, for this sample – this is practically a qualified majority – these are students with a civil attitude towards a dialectical balanced support of the positive and criticism of the negative “in activity authorities”. The first three subgroups can be attributed to the varieties of metaphysical attitudes of students. Leading historical ideas determine the nature of historical processes in Russia. The article substantiates that these ideas are more typical for students of the subgroup with a dialectical civic mindset compared to students with metaphysical mindsets.

Keywords: radicalism, youth radicalism, leading historical idea, civil attitude, student of the organization of secondary vocational education.

Paper submitted: March 24, 2022.

For citation: Zelenov Yu. N., Khamatnurov F. T., Biktuganova M. Yu., Dudina M. M. (2022). Pluralism of sustainable civic attitudes among SVE students. Russian Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, vol. 16, no. 2, pp. 130–136. DOI: 10.17238/ issn1998-5320.2022.16.2.14.

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