Chaplay Taniana Vitalievna
Доктор культурологии, PHD of cultural studies, associate professor at the department of museology, theory and history of culture, Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, chap_70@mail.ru, Novosibirsk

How an architectural space influences the communicative practices of educational process participants

The influence of methods of educational institutions’ internal space organization rarely becomes an object in the modern science study. The article analyzes the dependence between the forms of communicative practices, presented within the walls of educational organizations, and their correlation with the internal space organization. An educational institution refers to the types of organizations with a rigid system of interaction organization, based on discipline and hierarchy. The rectangular shape of rooms, doors, windows, arranged in strict rows furniture – everything contributes to the object’s rigid fixation in space and control over his behavior, body position and gestures, to building one-sided communicational practices. The author comes to the conclusion that creating a system of transformable interior spaces and mobile furniture would lead to participants of educational process to master more communicative practices of interaction with piers as well as with personnel of educational organizations.
practices, communication practices, architecture, interior space, education, educational organization, social behavior

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