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Formation of loyalty of students of organizations of secondary vocational education as a pedagogical problem

SPO: History and Modernity , UDC: 372.882 DOI: 10.25688/2782-6597.2023.8.4.7


  • Silkin Roman Sergeevich Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences


The article deals with the issue of loyalty of students in organizations of secondary vocational education, and concludes that modern studies, both domesticх and foreign authors, consider the loyalty of students on the example of higher education from the point of view of consumer choice, when the problem of loyalty of students in secondary vocational education is practically not raised. On the basis of empirical and interdisciplinary research: the content of the concept of «loyalty of students of organizations of secondary vocational education» is clarified; loyalty to the organization and loyalty to the profession highlighted; a number of results of the empirical study are presented. The purpose of the article is to clarify the content of the concept of «loyalty of students of organizations of secondary vocational education»; to present the results of an empirical study that confirms the possibility of evaluating loyalty and the presence of factors affecting it. Methodology and methods. Analysis of scientific and pedagogical literature; analysis of the functioning of organizations of secondary vocational education, empirical analysis. Main results of the study. The content of the concept «loyalty of students of organizations of secondary vocational education» is clarified, its conceptual and essential differences from the loyalty of students of higher education organizations, are revealed, loyalty to the organizations of secondary vocational education and profession is highlighted, and the loyalty assessment methodology is developed and tested. Scientific novelty. Students’ loyalty is considered outside the framework of the traditional marketing approach (consumer preferences), in universal interdisciplinary categories (loyalty, commitment), using terms and definitions of social psychology, as a working definition of the term «loyalty of students of secondary vocational education», loyalty to an organizations of secondary vocational education and profession/specialty is highlighted. Practical relevance. The results of the research work will make it possible to form basic tools for assessing the loyalty of students of organizations of secondary vocational education, plan and implement educational work taking into account the loyalty factor.

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Silkin, R. S. (2023). Formation of loyalty of students of organizations of secondary vocational education as a pedagogical problem Bulletin of the Moscow City Pedagogical University. Series "Pedagogy and Psychology", 2023, №4 (8), 81. https://doi.org/10.25688/2782-6597.2023.8.4.7
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