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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Alena Vezirova
Compare the Role of State and Non-State Actors in the System of Civic Education in St.-Petersburg
Politics and Governance
(Master’s programme)
2016
The present work is a review of the activities of state and non-state actors in the development of civic education in St. Petersburg in the period from 1990 to 2016.

The study is based on the received state authorities of normative-legal acts regulating the activities in the field of civic education. The study attempted to trace the transformation of the views of the ruling elite to the role and content of civic education, as well as to see how a change in the field of civic education priorities of state policy impact on the activities of the other actors.

The study highlighted three time periods: the 1990s, the beginning of the 2000s, from 2006 to 2016, in which five independent parameters analyzed the activities of state and non-state actors in the field of civic education. In addition, it shows the relationship (similarity or difference) of their views, strategies for the periods indicated.

The study, based on results obtained in the course of interviews and questionnaires, it is concluded that the recent trend in the field of civic education in St. Petersburg is the orientation of state actors on patriotic education and the activities of most non-state actors aimed at civil legal education. The main task of civic education in the state sees education "loyal" citizens, while non-state actors want to see the citizen with an active lifestyle, a sober assessment of the activities of political leaders.

Due to the fact that the views of the actors in the objectives and priorities of civil education not converge, in St. Petersburg there is no uniform system of civic education.

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