Value Orientations and Practices of Social Activity of Nonresident Students in Kazan and St. Petersburg
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The article was prepared within the framework of the project No. FZSM-2023-0022 “Digital socialization and digital competence of young people in the context of global systemic changes: regulatory technologies, risks, scenarios”, carried out according to a state assignment at the expense of a subsidy allocated to Kazan Federal University and a joint mirror project laboratories of the Higher School of Economics in St. Petersburg and Kazan (Volga region) Federal University “Scenarios of social inclusion of regional youth in the context of educational migration”.
The structure of value orientations and the specifics of the implementation social activity practices of nonresident students studying in the leading universities of the two largest cities in Russia – Kazan Federal University (Kazan) and the Higher School of Economics in St. Petersburg (St. Petersburg) are analyzed. Based on the results of mass representative surveys, a comparative analysis of the studied parameters was made, a correlation was revealed between different types of values in the system of value orientations of students of two universities. A factor analysis has been carried out and factors characterizing the structure of social activity of nonresident students in the cities under consideration have been identified. Factor analysis by preferred areas of activity made it possible to identify three specific groups of respondents among Kazan Federal University students and four groups at the Higher School of Economics-St. Petersburg.
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