N. Il’ina, National Research University Higher School of Economics, 4/2, Slavyanskaya Pl., Moscow, 103074, Russian Federation (NBIfirstname.lastname@example.org)
The issues of the youth’s political socialization are highly relevant in many respects. A principal one is the shortage of public-minded young professionals. There is an obvious need for formation of new elite and new leaders who are ready to replace the power of those who no longer meet today's demands of the society. The author considers the main components of the process of a person’s socialization. Namely, the roles of families, schools, universities and mass media in the formation of the modern young man attitude are explored.
Russia, United States, Western Europe, political socialization, youth, youth organizations, mass media, education
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