Cross-Сultural Values of Modern Student Youth: Resources of Multicultural Traditions of the Ukrainian Danube Region

  • Nadia Kichuk Izmail State University of Humanities
Keywords: values; cross-cultural values; Ukrainian Danube Region; dialogue of cultures; multicultural competence of student youth


Based on the analysis of philosophical, psychological and pedagogical, sociological, ethnical
scientific literature, in which some aspects of the problem of cross-cultural contacts are highlighted, the
content of the concept of “cross-cultural values of a personality” is clarified, the context of the specifics
of the formation of cross-cultural values among student youth in the conditions of the dialogue of
cultures of ethnic groups of the Ukrainian Danube Region is revealed.

Author Biography

Nadia Kichuk, Izmail State University of Humanities

Professor, Doctor of Pedagogy


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