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Ecology of contemporary childhood: priorities for research perspectivesin foreign studies 1417

Florova N.B.
PhD in Biology, Moscow, Russia

Core Collection database of Web of Scienceresource investigated the poorly developed problem of addictivebehaviour of children as a part of the ecological environment of modern childhood. In three clusters-"addictive child", "addiction", "ecological environment of childhood”, (as conditional information data groups), scientific-metric space indices were analyzed, namely -citation and content offull-text publications. We identified the leading trends of research works. They show that the addictioncomponent becomes increasingly important in ecological construct of childhood environment

Keywords: child, addiction, addictiveness, life environment, ecology of childhood, addictive behavior, psychology and medicine, scientific knowledge

Column: Developmental psychology


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