STUDY OF STUDENT ECONOMIC SELF-DETERMINATION IN THE CONDITIONS OF THE C0VID-19 PANDEMIC
Keywords:economic self-determination, economic socialization, students, unethical ways of material self-sufficiency
The article presents the results of an empirical study of student economic self-determination in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Economic self-sufficiency is seen as a process and state that does not require any help, support or interaction to survive. Students' assessment of their level of material well-being and belonging to a certain property class, the main sources of economic self-sufficiency in the present and in the future, the main reasons behind young people's illegal and immoral actions in the process of economic self-sufficiency as well as students' attitudes to unethical ways of economic self-sufficiency are discussed.
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