Humanization as a Sociocultural Component of the Higher Education Quality
U.F. Sabirova1, S.V. Gusenina2, M.V. Sukhomlinova3, V.I. Safyanovn4

1U.F. Sabirova, Department of Sociology of the National University of Uzbekistan, Mirzo Ulugbek, Tashkent city, Republic of Uzbekistan, Shaharchasi University, Tashkent city, Almazar District, Uzbekistan.
2S.V. Gusenina, Department of Sociology of Tambov State University, G.R. Derzhavin, Tambov city, Russian Federation.
3M.V. Sukhomlinova, Department of Economics and Management of Michurinsk State Agrarian University, Michurinsk city, Russian Federation.
4V.I. Safyanov, Department of the Higher School of Press and Media Industry of Moscow Polytechnic University, Moscow city, Russian Federation.

Manuscript received on October 19, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 26 October, 2019. | Manuscript published on November 10, 2019. | PP: 3209-3218 | Volume-9 Issue-1, November 2019. | Retrieval Number: A9158119119/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.A9158.119119
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Abstract: “The third-generation universities are the multicultural organizations with a wide and diverse staff and students. In this regard they are close to medieval universities.” “Trying to find a way out of this situation universities are forced to experiment offering specialized programs to the best and brightest students thereby returning scientifically oriented education to the ideals of the Renaissance and Enlightenment. This can be seen as the sixth driving force behind change. ” Johan Wissemah. “The Third Generation University” [3] Introduction. In recent years the sociocultural trends of the modern educational system undergone significant transformations, thus making the question of studying them relevant. The concept of “humanity” is interpreted today in meaning close to the category of “personality”, the quality of the life and the benefits which are becoming the main criteria for evaluating the activities of social institutions. The purpose of the article is a practical definition of the semantic and qualitative content of the concept of “humanization of the modern higher education” in accordance with the educational standards of the third generation. Materials and methods. The methodological base included the systemic, synergetic, communicative, personal activity approaches as well as general theoretical methods (analysis, synthesis, comparison, generalization studies of sociological and social science literature); comparative analysis; empirical methods (observation, conversation, questionnaire, analysis of the results of the survey). Results. It was established that “humanity” as a competence can be attributed to the motivational resources of the personality. A number of scientifically correct sociological parameters, characteristics, descriptors and indicators has been formed in accordance with the third generation Russian Federation the State Educational Standards (FSES). This allows them to be distinguished using the method of the “social portrait” and to characterize the conditional level of the competence “humaneness” formed among university graduates according to the universal scale of the competencies formation, approved by these standards (“high” – “satisfactory” – “good”). The analysis of the experimental work data revealed a “good” level of the formed conditional competence – “a person humanity” among the respondents – the University graduates in the Tambov region, Russia. Moreover the competency formation is considered by this study’s authors as a criteria not for the person assessing itself, but the effectiveness and quality of the modern higher education. Discussion and conclusions. The results and conclusions of the author’s empirical research can serve asa theoretical and practical basis to investigate the organization features of the students educating process in various educational organizations and also for different training levels in a changing multicultural environment; the development of training courses, programs, alternative educational technologies, including the modern electronic educational resources using. The material may be interesting to students, teachers and heads of educational institutions, and also the researchers interested in the humanization problems and the higher education quality.
Keywords: Humanism, the Quality of Higher Education, Humanization of Education, Humanity, Personality.
Scope of the Article: Smart Learning and Innovative Education Systems