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PSYCHOSEMANTIC FEATURES OF ECOLOGICAL CONSCIOUSNESS:
ORIENTAL AND WESTERN MODELS
E.A. Kormochi, A.V. Mazurkevich



         Elena Aleksandrovna Kormochi Candidate of Philosophy, Dean of the Department of Philology, Associate Professor of the Chair of Philosophy and Culture Studies at Vitus Bering Kamchatka State University.

E-mail: kormochi@mail.ru

         Andrey Viktorovich Mazurkevich Candidate of Science (Psychology), Associate Professor of the Department of Economics, Social Studies and Humanities at the Russian Academy of National Economy and State Administration (Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky).

E-mail: lokys72@mail.ru


Annotation

The authors carry out the research of the ecological consciousness, having incorporated modelling approach, i.e. to render mans attitude to nature two distinct notions are introduced, specifically Oriental model and Western model; they both comprise 12 bipolar criteria-descriptors. It would appear that a contemporary person indulges in active social reflection processes dealing with ecological matters which result in the alteration of the persons attitude to nature, whilst the latter acquires the features of the Oriental model.

        Key words: ecological consciousness, person, nature, attitude to nature, Oriental model, Western model, psychosemantic model.


 
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