State Administration in the Field of Education of People of the “Third Age” in Ukraine

Authors

  • Milana V. Pakhomova Department of Public Administration and Management, Ukrainian State Employment Service Training Institute
  • Svitlana I. Synenko Preparatory Department for Foreigners and Stateless Persons, Ukrainian State Employment Service Training Institute
  • Taras Z. Garasymiev Department of Theory and Philosophy of Law, Lviv Polytechnic National University
  • Victoria Z. Chornopiskaya Department of Civil Law and Procedure, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Lviv
  • Ivanna A. Polonka Department of Professional and Specialized Legal Disciplines, Bukovinian University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.5755/j01.ppaa.19.1.25187

Keywords:

education, citizens of the “third age”, the quality of life, development, work models

Abstract

Education of people of the “third age” is based on the fact that the ability to self-development and understanding of the surrounding world is reduced to the application of previously acquired knowledge in a certain period of time. At the same time, it is believed that a decrease in cognitive abilities and an increase in inaccuracies in motor skills leads to the fact that it is almost impossible to master new knowledge. Determining the extent to which this statement corresponds to psychological and educational attitudes shapes the relevance of the study. The novelty of the research is determined by the fact that, for the first time, it is proposed to approach the topic of education for people of “third age” not only as a problem, which is determined solely for increasing the employment of the population and raising the retirement age. The authors offer to consider the topic of the research as a factor in improving the standard of living and social adaptability of "third age" citizens. Models of university and distance education are considered in the article. The practical significance of the research is determined by the need to develop the issue outlined in the face of crisis and the desire of public administration to identify priorities for the formation of a qualitatively new social model. A model of comparative analysis with foreign models is used in the research as well as and the experience of implementation is offered to be implemented.

Author Biographies

Milana V. Pakhomova, Department of Public Administration and Management, Ukrainian State Employment Service Training Institute

Milana V. Pakhomova – PhD in Public Administration, Associate Professor, Department of Public Administration and Management, Ukrainian State Employment Service Training Institute, Kyiv, Ukraine

E-mail: milanapakhomova5@gmail.com

Svitlana I. Synenko, Preparatory Department for Foreigners and Stateless Persons, Ukrainian State Employment Service Training Institute

PhD in Pedagogy, Associate Professor, Preparatory Department for Foreigners and Stateless Persons, Kyiv, Ukraine

E-mail: contrend@gmail.com

Taras Z. Garasymiev, Department of Theory and Philosophy of Law, Lviv Polytechnic National University

Taras Z. Garasymiev – DSc in Law, Professor, Department of Theory and Philosophy of Law, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Lviv, Ukraine

E-mail: Garasumiv_@ukr.net

Victoria Z. Chornopiskaya, Department of Civil Law and Procedure, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Lviv

Victoria Z. Chornopiskaya – PhD in History, Assistant, Department of Civil Law and Procedure, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Lviv, Ukraine

E-mail: Vika_Ch07@ukr.net

Ivanna A. Polonka , Department of Professional and Specialized Legal Disciplines, Bukovinian University

Ivanna A. Polonka – PhD in Law, Associate Professor, Department of Professional and Specialized Legal Disciplines, Bukovinian University, Chernivtsi, Ukraine

E-mail: ivanka.polonka@gmail.com

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Published

2020-09-09

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