Political socialization sustainability of students: A comparative analysis in a large city

Author/s Dauren Nessipkaliyev, Zauresh Nagaibayeva, Bayan Yesserkemissova, Galym Malik
Publishing Year 2022 Issue 2022/1
Language English Pages 11 P. 181-191 File size 45 KB
DOI 10.3280/RISS2022-001011
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The article addresses political socialization as a theoretical problem caused by the need for developing research and coordinating positions on key issues in this area. At the level of definitions of concepts related to the theory of political socializa-tion, shortcomings and contradictions in this field of scientific knowledge are re-vealed. Political socialization is a spontaneous process. However, this objective social pro-cess has its own content, mechanisms, results, sustainability and its own internal structure, orderliness, i.e. it completely falls under the concept of a system. Any state takes a set of actions that can keep the parameters of the system of po-litical socialization within certain limits, or in other words, carries out directed de-velopment. The article analyzes the directed part of the political socialization of the Kazakh youth. The main tools and mechanisms of political influence on young people, the process of forming political values, and the main agents of influence on the politi-cal consciousness of young students are identified.

Keywords: political socialization, socialization of the individual, politicization, sus-tainability, adaptation.

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Dauren Nessipkaliyev, Zauresh Nagaibayeva, Bayan Yesserkemissova, Galym Malik, Political socialization sustainability of students: A comparative analysis in a large city in "RIVISTA DI STUDI SULLA SOSTENIBILITA'" 1/2022, pp 181-191, DOI: 10.3280/RISS2022-001011