Article accepted for print: 30.03.2020
Article released: 30.03.2020
The article presents the results of a study of social representations of students of various professional orientations about people with disabilities. As a result of the study, it was revealed that the structural components of the social representations of students of educational organizations are different, differing in the level of education (higher - secondary vocational), the features of the vocational and educational space and the specificity of the inclusive environment.
social beliefs, inclusive environments, people with disabilities.
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