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Sociocultural context of acmeological knowledge

At the end of the XX century. and on the eve of the third millennium in the event of global crisis problems - environmental, demographic, social - the search for new opportunities and resources for their rational solution becomes especially acute. One of the constructive ways for this is related to the creation of innovative high technologies, not only in the traditional manufacturing field, but also in various spheres of human activity.

High professionalism and creative skill in its implementation by a wide variety of specialists is the main human resource that is becoming the most important factor in the optimal solution of pressing global crisis problems. In this sociocultural context, such a new integratively complex science as acmeology is of particular importance. For it is she who studies the laws and technologies of the development of peaks of professionalism and creativity as an “acme” form for the optimal implementation of all kinds of professional activities.

In order to study and analyze "acme" forms as precedents for successful and creative professional skills and to develop optimal technologies for the development of professionalism, acmeology conducts comprehensive studies of processes and methods for professional activities by various specialists, synthesizing for this the achievements of other human sciences, primarily philosophy, sociology , psychology, physiology, genetics and pedagogy.
Acmeology gains its ontological certainty due to its focus on identifying, describing, and analyzing the phenomenology of "acme" forms in human life, psychologically creative and socially successful implementation of professional activity, in its formation, both personal and professional.

The scientific knowledge obtained as a result of psychological and acmeological research on the laws and methods of developing the peaks of professionalism and creativity is characterized by such an integrative in its sociocultural nature and systemically forming an ontological attribute in terms of methodological significance, as the acmeology of a person’s socio-cultural being in the space of his professional and creative education, formation, self-development and self-realization.

From this point of view, acmeologicity appears synchronously functionally in the form of self-improvement of a person, and diachronically - in the form of his professional socialization. Acmeology acquires a special social demand in modern Russia in the context of the transition to market relations, the creation of a legal state and a democratic society. For this requires the need for socially active people, high professionals with initiative, efficiency, organization and creative potential.
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Sociocultural context of acmeological knowledge

  1. Sociocultural context of acmeological knowledge
    At the end of the XX century. and on the eve of the third millennium in the event of global crisis problems - environmental, demographic, social - the search for new opportunities and resources for their rational solution becomes especially acute. One of the constructive ways for this is related to the creation of innovative high technologies, not only in the traditional manufacturing field, but also in
  2. Socio-cultural context of the development of acmeology
    At the end of the 20th century and on the eve of the third millennium, in the event of global crisis problems (environmental, demographic, social), the search for new opportunities and resources for their rational solution becomes especially acute. One of the constructive ways is associated with the creation of innovative high technologies, not only in the traditional manufacturing field, but also in other areas
  3. Young Muslims of Tatarstan in the context of socio-cultural transformation
    The national and religious upsurge in Russia and Tatarstan in the early 1990s led to the search for ways to revive traditions. Forming the national identity of the Tatars, ideological leaders often turned to Islam as a spiritual landmark. Active construction of mosques began in the republic (their number increased by more than ten times), spiritual literature appeared, institutionalized
  4. Acmeological study of historical personality in the context of Mongolian traditional culture
    The relevance of the study of the historical personality of V. Batov determines: “The“ Great ”representatives of their time reflected the most characteristic features of society. Therefore, the study of famous historical figures allows us to focus on the refined character traits of these people, thereby simplifying their theoretical assumptions to schemes and laconic definitions, and only then, after
  5. The difference between scientific knowledge and other types of knowledge
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  6. Sociocultural approach
    Most demonstratively, these changes can be traced in the so-called ecological approach to understanding human development. W. Bronfenbrenner, D. Kuhn, J. Woolville, R. McCall draw attention to the need for a thorough study of the characteristics of everyday behavior of children in real life conditions, starting with the immediate family environment and including social,
  7. Childhood as a sociocultural phenomenon
    The world of childhood is complex and contains other worlds. This is the world of the child’s communication with people, the world of social relationships. How does the child perceive others and himself? How does he know good and evil? How does his personality arise and develop? When and how does it become independent? This is the world of objects, the world of knowledge. How does the child comprehend the idea of ​​physical causation? Why expels from the real world
  8. Science and other ways of knowing
    From what was said, it might have seemed that science is a way of knowing the world isolated from others, while ensuring the greatest reliability and effectiveness of knowledge. This is only to a certain extent; in many ways, science is associated with other forms of cognition; as for reliability, in some cases science - in the established tradition of approaching it - is forced
  9. SCIENCE AND OTHER WAYS OF KNOWLEDGE
    From what was said, it would seem that science is some way of knowing the world isolated from others, while ensuring the greatest reliability and effectiveness of knowledge. This is only to a certain extent; in many ways, science is associated with other forms of cognition; as for reliability, in some cases science - in the established tradition of approaching it - is forced
  10. The theory of knowledge J. Piaget.
    The period of childhood is continuous knowledge. Cognition is defined as the process of acquiring knowledge in the broad sense, starting with perception, continuing with memorization, decision and judgment. The outstanding Swiss psychologist J. Piaget (Jan Piaget, 1896 - 1980), who studied the psychology of the development of intelligence, is sure that the development of cognition (the cognitive function of the child) occurs in
  11. Sociocultural typology of life strategies of personality
    1. strategy of well-being (acquisition of material values) 2. strategy of success (success, growth) 3. strategy of self-realization
  12. Forms of knowledge
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  13. The algorithm of knowledge of the outside world
    In this conversation, we will study and add to the arsenal of our knowledge one more technique that helps to solve the task of super-attention training: the algorithm of cognition of the outside world in the Ultrarapid mode. What is Ultra Rapid? We read in the Ultra-Rapid mode, we act in the Ultra-Rapid mode, we think in the Ultra-Rapid mode, we make decisions in the Ultra-Rapid mode. This means: in mode
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