Volume 12 No 1 (2020): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

Inner Health of Dagestan Youth: State and Trends


Madina Z. Kazieva, ALENA G. LUKYASHKO, Ramazan I. Gazimagomedov, Guria I. Yusupova, Gadzhi S. Maluchiev, Siyadat Ya. Alibekova

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V12I1.201048

Keywords: inner health, Dagestan youth, inner values, material values, risk, studying youth


Abstract

We established that the production of social and cultural norms, needs called the inner values of the value-orientational space is the inner activity of the Dagestan youth based on the formation of their inner health according to the results of the study. Empirical evidence showed that the satisfaction of material needs is the motivation for the youth surveyed to intensify activities that threaten their inner health. Dagestan youth is more likely to reject the traditional experience than to absorb it today. Actions of Dagestan students to improve their material needs, which are condemned and punished in a civilized society states a deep inner and moral crisis, the primacy of the material over the spiritual. It has become a departure from the traditional values of Dagestan society and the implementation of Western life values and norms in a risk society, a component of the modern inner life of Dagestan youth.

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