SOCIODESIGN OF THE GENERATION CONTINUITY: THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH
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Abstract (English):
Various classifications of generations associated with historical and physical time are considered. It is shown that the culturological connection of modern Russian generations has a cyclical nature and can be investigated both at the macrolevel from the standpoint of economic sociology, and at the microlevel from the standpoint of economic psychology. The idea is substantiated that the sociodesign of the generation continuity is associated with mental attitudes and life-meaning values that are accepted and shared by different generations. In the pilot study, students and their parents' meaningful values have been determined. Based on the analysis of a number of studies, some trends in forming the values of generation Z and recommendations for teaching generation Z in modern cultural and historical conditions have been identified.

Keywords:
classification of generations, intergenerational differences, life-meaning values, culturological connection, in-tergenerational continuity, socio-design of educational space
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