Students on the path to a new society: the values of transition

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The author is considering students as one of the most socially significant groups, and an important subject of contemporary society. The article traces the changes in values throughout a number of student generations in the country: throughout the early 60s, the period of ‘stagnation’, perestroika and the independent Ukraine.

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