The Social Sciences

Year: 2015
Volume: 10
Issue: 9
Page No. 2316 - 2322

Problems of Interdisciplinary Approach to Study of Integration Processes in Educational Sphere of Turkic-Speaking Countries

Authors : Aitimbet Ilyas, Kasymova Leila and Mirzoyeva Liela

Abstract: One of the most important tendencies of the modern world is coexistence of traditional, industrial and post-industrial society types. All of them are interconnected and interdependent. So, studying every of those types we should take their interaction into account; that is why, the relevance of interdisciplinary approach is obvious. Besides that, the methodology of scientific research is suitable for studying of one certain society type; that is why, it is incorrect to use it for other societies without reference to their specific characteristics. In Post-Soviet countries, sociological trends are based on two factors: first of all, on the main peculiarities of socialist system, secondly, on adoption of different theories represented in Western sociology. Therefore, it did not deal with specific characteristics of our society. Now a days, Kazakhstani society may be treated as a very complicated social formation which comprises some elements of traditional, industrial and post-industrial society types in different proportion. The problem of studying, judgment and interpretation of the Kazakh society requires interdisciplinary approach associated with new methods of study. Research of integration processes in educational sphere of Turkic-speaking countries should be considered as a new phenomenon because the process of integration was institutionalized several years ago. In this regards, the main problem consists in formation of specific approach in course of studying processes of educational activity from the uniform position. Such interrelated sciences as history, psychology, ethnographies, political science, sociology, economy, philology are involved in this process resulting in cumulative effect. Pilot studies conducted in the Republic of Kazakhstan, were focused on the quality of education and mentoring problems. It should be pointed out that integration processes in Turkic-speaking countries require new methodology, new concepts and categories, demonstrating essential characteristics of the considered activities.

How to cite this article:

Aitimbet Ilyas, Kasymova Leila and Mirzoyeva Liela, 2015. Problems of Interdisciplinary Approach to Study of Integration Processes in Educational Sphere of Turkic-Speaking Countries. The Social Sciences, 10: 2316-2322.

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