Environmental Territories as an Object of Socio-Cultural Space Cover Image

Природоохоронні території як об'єкт соціокультурного простору
Environmental Territories as an Object of Socio-Cultural Space

Author(s): Inna Volodymyrivna Gyrenko, Viktor Ivanovich Byrkovych, Svetlana Petrivna Palamarchuk
Subject(s): Social Philosophy, Culture and social structure , Social development, Sociology of Culture
Published by: Національна академія керівних кадрів культури і мистецтв
Keywords: protected territories; culture; socio-cultural space; socio-cultural activity; law; personality; society;

Summary/Abstract: The purpose of the paper is to highlight protected areas as objects of the socio-cultural space in the context of the functioning, development and self-development of the system for the formation of the spiritual potential of the individual and Ukrainian society. The methodology of the research is general scientific theoretical methods of analysis, synthesis and abstraction, which allowed to trace the formation and development of the socio-cultural space of protected areas, which takes place against the background of radical transformations in all spheres of life of the Ukrainian state. The scientific novelty of the work is to expand knowledge about the sociocultural space, the status and normative-legal support of protected areas, their types (types) from the point of view of the systemic approach, bearing in mind that within its limits the socio-cultural activity is realized. The main tendencies of the development of protected areas as a cultural institution in Ukraine in modern society are outlined. Conclusions. The study found that nature conservation areas in Ukraine are the subject and subject of study of many specific sciences such as ecology, law, geography, biology, economics, pedagogy, which did not become an exception. Protected areas are a phenomenon of universal culture, one of the elements of self-realization of man, motivation of human behavior - the eternal desire for personal "development" of the world, providing recreation and entertainment needs. Protected areas are also elements of cultural, spiritual, moral, aesthetic service of the individual and the population, this is explained by the intensification of the integration of cultural processes, which are a powerful factor in solving global problems of mankind and the peculiarities of the inclusion of personality in culture.