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2010 | 10 | 2(57) | 207-222
Article title

ACTIVE LEARNING SERVING FAMILY (Aktywne nauczanie w sluzbie rodzinie)

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The people who are willing to be in a community, more or less consciously tend to strive for this community. The basic way of human nature realization is the marriage and the family. On the one hand, the present day reality is the cause of a short or long term separation from the family relations, on the other hand the same realities aided by the technological advancements help to build (network) these relations. The new technologies, with the Internet and the mobile phone, create a more interactive, open, brave, global reality. They are a chance but also bring about some threats, perceived by the generation, who remembers the times when there was no Internet. The new generation, called the Y Generation seems to take these threats into consideration and introduce the order into their parents' and grandparents' reality. The life style and above all the communication style make them different from the previous generations, but does not separate them from these generations, which can be seen in 'new connectedness' in the families they come from and live in.
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  • Ks. Jaroslaw Jeczen, Instytut Nauk o Rodzinie Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski Jana Pawla II, al. Raclawickie 14, 20-950 Lublin, Poland
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