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Тагунова И. А., Селиванова Н. Л., Исаева М. А. Теоретико-методологические ориентиры моделей воспитания в англоязычных странах // Вестник ПСТГУ. Серия IV: Педагогика. Психология. 2015. Вып. 3 (38). С. 20-36. DOI: 10.15382/sturIV201538.20-36
The authors of the article identified and described the fundamental theoretical and methodological orientations of education models in the USA, England, Canada and Australia. Four basic areas of values (rational, evolving, intuitive and social) articulated in the writings of scholars in these countries were identified by the authors of the article as the fundamental theoretical and methodological orientations of the education models. The authors of the article described these values in the context of the books written by the philosopher John Bordley Rawls («A Theory of Justice»), psychologists Lawrence Kohlberg («The development of orientations toward a moral order») and Milton Rokeach («Theory of Values»), as well as the sociologist Aaron Wildavsky («Cultural Theory»). The article examined the key value systems of education models in each of the above areas. The authors argued and justified the idea that the education, based on all of these values, in general, can be considered as liberal education.
theory, methodology, directions, orientations, education models, rational values, evolving values, intuitive values, social values.

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Tagunova Irina
Selivanova Nataliia
Isaeva Marina