• Hana Vavříková Department of Education and Adult Education Faculty of Education, University of Ostrava, PhD




Лібералізм зумовив у чеському суспільству не тільки позитивні, а й негативні наслідки. Акцент на індивідуальних цінностях ліквідував соціальну згуртованість і надав більше місця бага- тьом соціально-патологічним явищам. Сюди належить радикалізація, екстремізм, ксенофобія та ейджизм. І саме останній проявляється на всіх рівнях чеського суспільства. Ейджизм можна простежити в стереотипах і міфах, подати з презирством або відразою. Це негативне явище проявляється у послугах усіх видів. Ейджизм простежується в мовних прізвиськах; це мотив жар- тів і глузувань. У цій статті представлено ейджизм у чеських ЗМІ, вказано на його можливі дже- рела й форми в чеських сім’ях. На думку експертів, ці соціально-патологічні явища можна усунути шляхом аксіологізації та їх модифікацій, які розглядаються в цій роботі просоціальною або про- сенсійною освітою.



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Як цитувати

Vavříková, H. (2021). АКСІОЛОГІЗАЦІЯ ЯК ІНСТРУМЕНТ ПРОФІЛАКТИКИ СОЦІАЛЬНО-ПАТОЛОГІЧНИХ ЯВИЩ У ЧЕСЬКОМУ СУСПІЛЬСТВІ. Педагогічна освіта: Теорія і практика. Психологія. Педагогіка., (34 (2), 34-46. https://doi.org/10.28925/2311-2409.2020.34.5