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Druzhinina Julia Viktorovna
Кандидат исторических наук, Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, Novosibirsk, druzok5111@yandex.ru, Novosibirsk

Educational awareness activity as a manifestation of the western siberian identity of the rural intelligence in the Second Half of the XIX and early XX century

The problem and the goal. The urgency of the study is due to the lack of special scientific works devoted to the study of the identity of the rural intelligence of Western Siberia in the second half of the XIX – early XX centuries. The purpose of the article is to characterize educational awareness activity as a manifestation of the identity of the rural intelligence of Western Siberia at the turn of the century. The research methodology is based on the theory of identity, developed by psychologists G. Tadzhfel, P. Berger and T. Lukman, which allows determining the mechanism of formation and manifestation of identity in educational awareness activity as a manifestation of the identity of the rural intelligence. In conclusion, it was noted that during the implementation of educational activities, rural intelligence sought to put into practice their ideas of serving society through activity aimed at raising the cultural level of the rural population of Western Siberia. In addition, it was during the educational activities of the rural intelligence to interact with each other, they realized that they were a special social community, one of whose priorities was not only literacy, but also medical, sanitary and agricultural enlightenment. The author concludes that educational awareness activity was one of the manifestations of the identity of the studied social group, but, in general, the identity of the rural intelligence of Western Siberia in the second half of the XIX – early XX centuries was still in the process of formation.
rural intelligence, identity, educational activities, education, medical, sanitary and agricultural education

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