Perception of Values by Students: A Case at Study Hena E Plote Beder University


  • Fatih Ufuk Bağci



Values,Perception of Value, Modernity, Hena e Plote Beder University, Albania.


One of the major issues discussed in recent years, is the rapid change in the community. Especially the ending of communism, transition to the new millennium era, technology and modernity quickly entering into our lives changed living standards not only in Albania but also from the big cities to villages all over the world, access to technology issues and other differences gradually began to decline. In particular, the widespread use of the internet has led to the acceleration of this condition. Of course, every new addition is being a benefit to human life, radically altering, positive or negative, depending on your view point. We are newly living our social change that began with the industrial revolution in the West. Nowadays we are living the changing of the west fortunes that happened two hundred years ago. It should not be forgotten the current status of democratic values of the Western Society in the context of some level if we look with envy at all, in the context of moral values is not a situation we want to believe in. The western society lived long before and concluded this process as a way to spend more structured and balanced of our social, moral, cultural, national and to all the generations after us should be valued as we need to find the most appropriate method of transfer.So the theme of this research is the recognition of personal values, points of view known in recent years to the young student. The universe of study consists of 300 students that are studying in the academic year 2013-2014 at Hena e Plote Beder University. The aim of the research is the way how students understand the rapid change that is happening during recent years.




How to Cite

Bağci, F. U. (2015). Perception of Values by Students: A Case at Study Hena E Plote Beder University. European Journal of Social Science Education and Research, 2(4), 453–466.