E3S Web Conf.
Volume 210, 2020Innovative Technologies in Science and Education (ITSE-2020)
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|Social Determinants and Health Behaviors
|04 December 2020
Ways of forming legal consciousness in people with hearing impairment
1 State public educational establishment of Rostov region Rostov regional center of education of the deaf students (RRCEDS), Rostov-on-Don, 344022, Russia
2 Rostov branch of the Russian State University of Justice, Rostov-on-Don, 344038, Russia
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The article presents an analysis of the results of a study aimed at studying the formation of legal awareness in students with hearing defects. Features of the legal consciousness of this contingent have become an independent subject of psychological analysis. Legal awareness as a form of social consciousness is considered as a legal mediation and awareness of social phenomena. In accordance with the way legal phenomena are reflected in the legal consciousness, legal ideology and legal psychology are distinguished. The latter is directly dependent on the level of development of legal science. This means that legal awareness is a product of public consciousness and the result of individual, personal understanding. At the same time, it is legal psychology that determines the degree of effectiveness of legal ideology. If legal ideology is a certain system of views, theories and concepts that express the understanding of law in society, then legal psychology is feelings, moods, certain behavioral attitudes and orientations associated with the legal phenomena that are observed in this state and society. Attention should be paid to the characteristics of legal awareness as a general psychological category. This article analyzes the formation of legal awareness in hearing-impaired children, based on the experience of sign language teachers of the Rostov-on-don state educational institution.
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