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Modern determinants of domestic policy of the Russian Federation on formation of physical culture of the students
Abstract.The subject of this research is the modern normative legal base that institutionalizes physical culture in higher educational facilities of the Russian Federation. The object of this research is the domestic policy of Russia on formation of physical culture of the students. The author examines the key grounds and sources of the indicated domestic policy, indexes and indicators of its efficient implementation. The center of attention is the incorporation of the given component of domestic policy in such spheres as: education, physical culture and sport, youth policy, socioeconomic development, and national security of the country. The presented conclusions were acquired through application of the method of content analysis, comparison, and synthesis of the existing legislation. The author detects the presence of prominent domestic policy on formation of physical culture of the students in modern Russia, underlines its high relevance, as well as provides comprehensive characteristic, considering the profound interdisciplinary connections. The author’s substantiates a thesis that the efficiency of implementation of domestic policy of the Russian Federation on formation of physical culture of the students depends on the quality of normative legal regulation of the physical education processes within the higher educational facilities of the Russian Federation.
Keywords: human development, higher education, healthy lifestyle, student sport, physical education, physical culture, Russia, state policy, legislation, legal and regulatory framework
Article was received:16-03-2018
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