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Title: Educational-and-cultural processes in Ukraine in XVIIth Century: european tendencies
Authors: Kochubei, Tetiana
Keywords: Development of printing houses and libraries;
Educational literature;
European-type schools
Ukraine;
XVIIth Century.
Issue Date: Jun-2019
Publisher: Editore-Distributore eum edizioni università di macerata, Corso della Repubblica, 51 – 62100 Macerata
Citation: half-yearly journal / rivista semestrale Vol. XIV, n. 1, 2019
Series/Report no.: History of Education & Children’s Literature;Vol. XIV
Abstract: Publications printed anciently of the 17th century, archival materials, periodicals of the 19th century, works of Ukrainian emigrants and modern researchers were analyzed in the article. Attention was paid to the fact that educational-and-upbringing system acquired particular importance in the times of social-and-economic transformations, determination of priorities of humanitarian policy. In the 17th century, Ukraine experienced a kind of renaissance that raised it to the European level of social and educational-andcultural development. Activity of brotherhood schools, Kyiv-Mohyla Collegium, printing houses and libraries was favourable to it. The development of education in Ukraine was considered in the context of European civilization which sustained various influences of distinctive civilizations (Russian, Polish, Austrian, etc.).
Description: Tetiana Kochubei Educational-and-cultural processes in Ukraine in XVIIth Century: european tendencies // History of Education & Children’s Literature (HECL) half-yearly journal / rivista semestrale Vol. XIV, n. 1, 2019, s 513-534
URI: https://dspace.udpu.edu.ua/jspui/handle/123456789/10984
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