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Social capital of the students and educators as a resource of increasing the quality of education

Koshkin Andrei Petrovich

Doctor of Politics

Professor, the department of Political Science and Sociology, Plekhanov Russian University of Economics

117997, Russia, Moscow, Pereulok Stremyanny 36

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Novikov Andrey Vadimovich

assistant, the Department of Political Science and Sociology

117997, Russia, Moskva, g. Moscow, per. Stremyannyi, 36, kab. 339

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Abstract: This article reveals the character of establishment of the social capital of students and educators in the context of personal or academic communication as a resource of increasing the quality of education. The relevance of the concept of social capital is caused by the following circumstances: firstly, the professional success of students will depend mostly in the level of development of their communicational qualities and social capital; secondly, the support of civic and social activeness depends on the ability to establish the interpersonal and intergroup trustworthy relationships; and thirdly, mutual assistance within the educational environment does not always attract sufficient attention. For realization of the goals of the research, was created a survey consisting of 60 questions and involving 250 students and 86 educators. The authors determined the purposefulness of joint communication between the students and teachers, as well as characterized the level of trust alongside the level of readiness to provide mutual assistance within or outside the educational environment. The article reveals the key mechanisms of formation of the social capital: constant resolution of contradictions in the process of educational and extra-curricular communication within the existing level of trust between the students and educators, as well as readiness to provide help.

Keywords: educational sphere, quality of education, teachers, students, communication, mutual help, trust, social capital, extra-curriculum sphere, University environment
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