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Problem Analysis of Social and Cultural Partnership Implementation in Preventing Children’s Ill-Being

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  • Moscow City Pedagogical University, Russian Federation
  • Solikamsk State Pedagogical Institute (Branch) of the Perm State National Research University, Russian Federation

Abstract


Objectives: This research presents findings of problem analysis of social and cultural partnership implementation in preventing children’s ill-being. Method: The basic research methods include theoretical analysis, generalization of expertise in social and cultural partnership in preventing children’s ill-being, diagnostic methods (questionnaire survey) and data processing to allow for comprehensive characterization of the problem of implementation of social and cultural partnership in preventing children’s ill-being. Findings: The relevance of social and cultural partnership for the purpose of preventing children’s ill-being is determined by persisting negative trends towards socialization of the younger generation. The study has revealed fundamental characteristics, capabilities of preventing children’s ill-being of social and cultural partnership, and presented questionnaire survey of education and culture professionals and key challenges in implementation of social and cultural partnership that reduce its efficiency in children’s ill-being prevention. Improvements: Findings of this research may be further applied to develop new and highly efficient forms and improve social and cultural partnership for the purpose of the problem at issue.

Keywords

Readiness for Partnership, Social and Cultural Partnership.

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