DETERMINANTS OF MEMORY POLICY OPTIMIZATION IN THE SUBJECT ACTIVITIES DEVELOPMENT OF UKRAINE

  • O.V. Maltsev Head of the Memory Institute
Keywords: memory, memory studies, memory environment, memory policy, phenomenology of memory, policy determinants, memory policy optimization.

Abstract

Analysis of the nature of the activity development concerning the memory con-tent reveals the research dimension of memory policy aspects and trends in the progress of recent social relations through the prism of human activity, announcing in social time and space 21 century. That defines personal sociability, activity issues requirements, therefore, the memory mechanisms impact is interpreted in the process of human activity conditionality; as well as the natural character of heredity as the repro-duction of memory of subjects is analyzed.

A praxeological analysis is intended to study the content of the phenomenon of memory policy course in the 21 century, as well as its representation of the praxeological content of the memorial processes, i.e., concerning the personality and one's memory significance for the sphere of individual activity.

In the current point of politics activity dimension, the memory policy courses within the Ukrainian society on three scales of the Analytical tool of J. Baudrillard are investigated, i.e., time, scaling, and intelligence issues. That determines the consequences of the memory policy that are currently implemented, as well as their impact on Ukrainian society in causation-consequential aspects of development and configuration of the Ukrainian state and civil society manner, to the extent of personal consciousness and individual self-awareness, knowledge, and perception of ancestral heritage, its values, as well as national identity perception and self-awareness representation as a subject of being and activity.

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Published
2019-11-25
How to Cite
Maltsev, O. (2019). DETERMINANTS OF MEMORY POLICY OPTIMIZATION IN THE SUBJECT ACTIVITIES DEVELOPMENT OF UKRAINE. American Journal of Fundamental, Applied & Experimental Research, 13(2), 81-91. Retrieved from http://ajfaer.org/index.php/ajfaer/article/view/36