Eurasian Journal of Biosciences


Modern society is becoming not just post-industrial, but also informational. Progressive trends that change the very nature of consumption are manifested in changes in goods and services consumed on the Internet, including educational services. The purpose of the research is to study the features of consumption of fostering and educational services in modern Russian society. Research methods: as a research method, we used the questionnaire method, which allows us to identify most effectively the specifics of using the Internet space for the consumption of fostering and educational services for the development of creative abilities of the individual. Research results: the article discusses the practice of consumption of fostering and educational services on the Internet by modern families. The novelty and originality of the research lies in the fact that for the first time the Internet was studied as a space for educational and fostering practices. It is shown that modern parents consider the Internet space as the most creative space of modern civilization. The relationship between family wellbeing and consumption of fostering and educational creative practices on the Internet is traced. It is revealed that low and average material security of a family has a certain direct relationship with a high degree of involvement of these family members in joint project fostering practices. It is revealed that modern parents, thanks to their desires and opportunities, receive the necessary information on the upbringing and education of their children on the Internet. For the first time, it was revealed that the main consumed practices taken from the Internet related to upbringing and education are: everyday labor practices involving all family members; making joint parental decisions; joint family games; joint creative decision-making in the process of project productive activities. Practical significance: the data Obtained in this work can be used in family psychology, educational psychology, valeology, management, as well as for further theoretical development of this issue.


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