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CHILDREN SOCIAL MOVEMENT FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF CHILDREN-CENTERED APPROACH
AnnotationAccording to the article, in Russia there are three basic approaches to explaining and working out programs for development of children movement. The first approach is reflected in the ideas of “out-of-format nurturing”. The heart matter of the second approach consists in treating the state as the main force capable to provide organization of children movement. The third approach recognizes the children right to arrange their movement themselves. The term “children-centered” is close in meaning to the heart matter of the latter. Association of children in public unity is accompanied by personal awareness of oneself as an active social participant together with other partners, equal in this respect. The article defines the key aspects of children social movement from the point of view of children-centered approach.
children social movement, children activity, amateur performance, self-rule, selforganization, self-fulfillment, role and position of adults.
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