Social Phenomena № 6 (2016)

Social Phenomena – International Research Journal. 2016. № 6.

Theme of the issue: Giftedness as a phantom in social expectations

CONTENTS

From the editor

A. Proskurina Phantom! Catch and Neutralize!

THE RESEARCH ON PHANTOMS IN THE SOCIAL REALITY

L. Mazzoli Smith The Progressive Paradigm of Giftedness and the Logic of Neoliberalism: Economic Value as a Determinant of Expectations translated by Y. Chernoivanenko

E. Pesina Research of Giftedness as a Social Problem

A. Proskurina The Concept of Giftedness by School Teachers and Its Significance

A. Nechaev The Phantom of Foolishness or A. S. Griboyedov as a Mirror of New Reality

I. Nechaev Expectation Phantoms in Economic Models

PEDAGOGICAL TOOLS AGAINST PHANTOMS

I. Kogan The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters or How We Construct Simulacra of Giftedness

V. Iermakov Expectations in the context of giftedness development as a source of methodological issues in pedagogy

L. Kharchenko The role of premised knowledge in creating conditions for forming professionally-oriented creativity in students

EXPECTATION OF GIFTEDNESS IN SCHOOL

A. Gudzovskaya, M. Mishkina Giftedness in students’ social expectations

N. Solovova, E. Pavlova Teachers’ social expectations and readiness to work with gifted children the role of premised knowledge in creating conditions for forming professionally-oriented creativity in students

UNDER THE WEIGHT OF SOCIAL EXPECTATIONS

M. Arpentieva  Giftedness and the phenomenon of social expectations

EXPERIMENTAL PLATFORM

E. Novgorodova Perfectionism as a result of social expectations of gifted and high achieving students

A. Kotsuba, T. Kuryshkina Manifestations of the “excellent student syndrome”