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"The Scientific Opinion" №15 (Psycho-pedagogical and philosophy of science), 2016


Y. L. Mokshina
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 The article presents an attempt to describe fan fition as a socio-cultural and pedagogical
phenomenon and to determine its value in the logic of the humanities. The analysis of
different approaches to fan fition proved that it is feasible to consider this phenomenon
as a modern pedagogical technology of attracting teenagers to reading, which is based
on creative essay. The author describes the content components forming a complex of
integrative characteristics of an essay in the fan fition genre.
Key words: fan fition, cultural phenomenon, reading, educational process, essay.
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