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Opportunities of the pedagogical quartet in the prevention of deviant behavior, taking into account the pedagogical and psychological characteristics of senior students

Journal: Bulletin of Postgraduate education: collection of scientific papers. Series «Educational sciences» Category "B" (Vol.16, No. 45)

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Page : 93-109

Keywords : high school student; supervision; family; school; deviant behavior; social environment; pedagogical prevention;

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The emergence of socio-pedagogical factors of deviant behavior among high school students depends on the level of family, school and social education. The moral upbringing of high school-age children is based on the family, so the irresponsible attitude to their fate, the presence of double morals in their upbringing and the parents' use of alcohol and drugs lead to disharmony in the family, resulting in immoral behavior and these make to take the first step on the way of deviant behavior. Although a high school student wants to adapt to the demands of society, he cannot do so because he cannot define his social role properly and does not know the ways of social adaptation. The article analyzes the ways of organizing joint work of the family, school and community on the prevention of deviant behavior among senior students, and presents a theoretical model of pedagogical prevention of deviant behavior of senior students, directions of preventive work. School, family, work collectives and society are presented as sides of the pedagogical quartet. Features, methods of work, etc. in each direction indicated in the model are analyzed. The main goal of society and the school education system in modern times is to ensure the civil participation of adolescents, especially high school students, in the life of a changing society. However, the lack of real programs, specially trained teachers on deviant behavior and a poorly developed network of methodological support lead to a delay in this process. The article makes some suggestions on these issues as well. As a result of the analysis, it is concluded that the prevention of deviant behavior of adolescents requires the development and implementation of special preventive measures. It also provides a basis for the implementation of a system of preventive measures at the legal, social, medical, psychological and pedagogical levels

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