The Role of Art in Youth’s Aesthetic Education

Arzimatova Inoyatkhon Madimarovna


Annotation: This article highlights the role of art in educating a new person in civil society, the principles of independent thinking, high ethics and the aesthetic education of youngsters.


Civil society; Youyoungsters; Independent worldview; Aesthetic culture; Aesthetic education; Art; World; Personality; Model; System; Structure

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