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Reference: Putilina, E. S., Cherdymova, E. I., Kurbanov, R. A., Belyalova, A. M., Shatskaya, I. I., Kobzeva, E. I., . . . Meleshko, G. S. (2019). Ecological relationships in real and virtual environments: contact points. Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 13(2), 1475-1480.

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Reference: Putilina, Elena S., Elena I. Cherdymova, Rashad A. Kurbanov, Asiya M. Belyalova, Irina I. Shatskaya, Ekaterina I. Kobzeva, Marina V. Zhuravleva, and Georgy S. Meleshko. "Ecological relationships in real and virtual environments: contact points". Eurasian Journal of Biosciences 2019 13 no. 2 (2019): 1475-1480.

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Reference: Putilina ES, Cherdymova EI, Kurbanov RA, Belyalova AM, Shatskaya II, Kobzeva EI, et al. Ecological relationships in real and virtual environments: contact points. Eurasia J Biosci. 2019;13(2):1475-80.

Abstract

The article investigates the issues of the person ecological attitude to natural objects on the example of Pets; the reality developing in the process of mutual influence and the person’s interaction with the real and virtual pet is analyzed. The aim of the study is to analyze the features of the relationship and perception of real and virtual animals by modern man, to identify how in the modern world people relate to real and virtual animals. The leading method for the study of this problem is the questionnaire method, which allows to highlight the features of human interaction with real and virtual animals, and to establish the role of real and virtual Pets in the life of modern man. The article analyzes the changes in attitudes to Pets in connection with a specific cultural and historical situation, reflecting the different forms and types of attitudes to Pets. Intensity is considered as a parameter of a person’s ecological attitude to nature. The value of a pet for its owner is revealed. The relation of the modern person to real and virtual Pets is shown. The novelty and originality of the study lies in the fact that the analysis revealed the presence of views’ development on the behavior of animals, depending on the cultural and historical era. It is shown that the images of animals in human perception are social constructs. It is established that people really consider their pet a full member of the family, only a few believe that the animal cannot be considered as such. It is shown that half of the respondents have a pet for the soul and mood, which confirms the version that Pets, as a companion and friend, help to cope with life’s adversity and to feel good. Both the real and the virtual animal is perceived as an assistant in improving mood and wellbeing. It is established that the love of real Pets from their owners began to spread to the Internet. Respondents spread photos of their Pets not only on their pages in social networks, but also have such pages for their animals. Moreover, the survey participants themselves make their Pets’ memes, actively post videos with them in video hosting. It is revealed that pet owners almost every day read various articles on the Internet or watch videos with animals’ participation. The data obtained in this work can be used in environmental psychology, zoo psychology, age psychology, social psychology, pedagogy, sociology, as well as for further theoretical development of this issue.

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