Learning to See. Nietzsche, Trump, and the New Digital Media (Transl. by Vitaly Mudrakov)

       Ukrainian translation by Vitaly Mudrakov from: Stefan, P. (2018). Sehen lernen. Nietzsche, Tramp und die neusten Medien. In Kotzur, M. (Hrsg). Wenn Argumente scheitern. Aufklärung in Zeiten des Populismus, 33-52. Münster: Mentis.

Legal socialization in school environment

Modern science has faced with an urgent need to update knowledge about a child and childhood, about development of adolescent personality, ways of effective socialization of the child as a process that determines the development of society. New mechanisms are required to promote the successful legal socialization of children and adolescents. This necessity is explained by the emergence of new paradoxes and contradictions peculiar to the relationship between the young man and modern society.

Some aspects of early legal socialization

 Legal socialization of the children is an important part of the theory of legal socialization
of the person. The role of early legal socialization is to includ the person in global society and
to minimization risks of development destructive legitimate behavior. As a result of studing at
school children must know the basic legal norms which interpret their rights and duties, rights
and duties of their parents, of their friends and of the state. The article deals with the role of

Childhood as a Phenomenon in the Light of German Pedagogy

The article is dedicated to the problem of childhood as a phenomenon in german pedagogy. The main objectives of the article are as following: the theoretical analysis of scientific and pedagogical literature highlighting different aspects of the problem under research, and analysis of methodological renewal of German pedagogy during non–Herbart period and reformist’s movement prosperity of the XXth century. German pedagogy has been studied by foreign and domestic scientists: O. Kotsyubynskyi, N. Abashkina, T. Tokaryeva, N. Osmuk, S. Stelmakh, I. Rudkovska, K. Tkachova, I. Stashevska, H.