Formation of inter-ethnic tolerance of university students as a mechanism of successful inter-cultural education

Ilnur B. Garipov

Resumen

The purpose of the article is to clarify the conceptual apparatus of the phenomenon “inter-ethnic tolerance” and analyze if there is a connection between intercultural education and the development of students’ personal qualities, necessary for the realization of inter-cultural communication, first of all, and they have to be correlated to the formation of inter-ethnic tolerance as well. From the point of view of pedagogical science, a comprehensive analysis of this phenomenon gave the authors an opportunity to find out the essential characteristics of the studied phenomenon and trace the conditions of its formation in the multi-cultural educational environment of the university as a comprehensive analysis has become an integral part of the authors’ research. On the basis of empirical approach (questionnaire, tests and interviewing), the authors of the article came to the conclusion about the levels of inter-ethnic tolerance' formation as a key, individually important personal quality. The research results have shown that the formation of more thoughtful and serious attitude of teachers towards this problem through the implementation of different students’ activity that allows to involve them in the process of inter-ethnic communication is considered to be, to the authors’ mind, the solution of the problem. To sum up, the upbringing of inter-ethnic tolerance enhances the students' learning opportunities due to the development of the inter-ethnic students' activity as well as the stimulation of the individual growth and enlargement of individual’s potential in the process of the inter-ethnic communication.

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inter-ethnic tolerance, inter-ethnic interaction, intercultural education, multi-cultural educationa

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