DEVELOPMENT OF THE ADULTS’ SUBJECTNESS ACTIVITY IN FACEBOOK
AbstractThe article deals with various aspects of subjectness activity development in social networks, Facebook in particular. The definitions of the following concepts are given: "subject", "subjectness", "levels of subjectness activity", "subjectness activity", "structural organization of the subjectness activity", "representative subjectness". The components of the subjectness structural organization, the level of its manifestation and related phenomena are analyzed. The structural organization of the self-development subjectness (activity) is defined: formation and achievement of personal goals, motivation to self-development; intellectual initiation (reflection and introspection, determination of thinking) and other metacognitions; self-sufficiency; social activity; freedom of choice and responsibility for it; initiative; self-realization; communicativeness, predictive thinking. A special role of self-development subjectness facilitated by self-design and development of intelligence, as factors of subjectness activity and existence of subjectness in general, is noted. A questionnaire on the subjectness activity level of social networks users was developed. The technologies of forming the subjectness activity of Internet users in the form of Internet training were developed and described. The experimental study "Internet training on the subjectness activity development of adult social networks users" was conducted in two phases. The average value of subjectness activity level of different groups of Internet users was determined. It was confirmed that the development of subjectness activity of adult users of social networks corresponds to the level of their motivation to self-development and development of intellectual initiation, as well as other intellectual metacognitions. The main advantages and limitations of online trainings in social networkswere described. The prospects for further research of subjectness and subjectness activity were presented.
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