Gorina T.S., Kalashnikova N.A. The Role of Collective Recognition in Forming Credibility of the Institute of Education

Gorina Tatyana Sergeevna
Candidate of Philosophic Sciences, Assistant Professor, Department of Philosophy, Volgograd State University
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Kalashnikova Nina Aleksandrovna
Candidate of Philosophic Sciences, Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, Volgograd State University
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Abstract. The various types of institutional credibility are formed on the basis of collective recognition of a particular social institution. The credibility takes place when the majority of the subjects included into the institutional space, support and adopt appropriate formal status characteristics. The collective recognition is especially significant for the institute of education, through which one develops clear and familiar model of social arrangement and the ideas on the basics of social order. The social experience of trust relations with other people is expressed in the form of stable expectations to perform certain functions, duties and obligations. A person is also gaining this experience in the process of communication with others during the educational process. Quite certain expectations are addressed to the teacher and are reflected in the form of the image of an ideal teacher. The conducted research showed that the students' ideas about the image of a perfect teacher have undergone some changes. Students no longer consider a teacher as a wise mentor, the carrier of sacred knowledge, a role model and a person who has authority over students. The image of an ideal teacher unites not only professional knowledge, but also the ability to create the comfortable environment for educational process and to take into account the full range of students' needs. The image of an ideal teacher reflects the set of characteristics that are accepted and recognized by students. In the course of further research the features revealed by the authors can be used to determine the extent of correspondence between the real teacher and the image of ideal teacher. This would allow correcting those traits in teachers' behavior that may be destructive for the educational process.

Key words: credibility, social institution, institutional credibility, collective recognition, social capital, the image of an ideal teacher.

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