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FORMATION OF THE GLOBAL IDENTITY PROF. DR. ZHAMGYRBEK BOKOSHOV KYRGYZSTAN-TURKEY MANAS UNIVERSITY
Global Identity Identity of the modern humanity Identity of the modern human Identity of the modern world citizen
Global Identity Globalization Global World Global Identity
Uniformity Integration Homogenization Standardization Unification Synchronization Diversity Identity Originality Individuality Self-determination Self-affirmation
Global Identity Biodiversity Cultural (moral, civilization) diversity Intellectual (mind, logic, thought) diversity
Global Identity Identity of Daisy Kyrgyz Democratic Asiatic Scientist
Global Identity Ontological measurement Reflex measurement Valuable measurement Communication-narrative measurement
Global Identity Synthesis: Modern science Traditional knowledge General values Local values etc.
Global Identity World is a Home of the human, habitation Globe is a Ball (a certain journalist) Carrier of the global identity is a spectator and actor of a theatre
Global Identity Global responsibility Global requirements Global interests
Global Identity The Human Potential: Safety Ecology Science and Technology
Global Identity New paradigms of thinking New values of orientation New psychology
Global Identity New symbols, and images etc.
Global Identity We -Concepts Others (They are)- Robots, aliens, God etc.
Global Identity We - Identity I - Identity
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