This study is relevant because it explores the process of socialisation and its impact on personality development, particularly in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and war, aiming to identify effective educational principles from preschool age to teamwork that can facilitate the development of individuals in society.
The purpose of the study was to identify methods, styles, and types of education that will help to develop the individual and adapt to the external environment during the pandemic and war.
In the course of the study, theoretical and empirical methods were used, through which the most important aspects of education were analysed and selected, and the phased processes of socialisation of the individual in accordance with the age group were developed. Through observation and survey, the difficulties, faced by freshman students in the process of adapting to studying at a university, are highlighted.
The results of the study showed the influence of education on the process of socialisation, in particular, the more areas a person covers, the better they will interact and the faster they will adapt. In addition, the existing styles of education (authoritative, democratic, liberal) and the expediency of their use are analysed, the principles and mod- els of education are established. As a result of the analysis of literary sources, factors that positively and negatively affect the development of personality are established. Using questionnaires, the level of socialisation of students and the reasons for their slow development were established. The influence of family education on the level of socialisation in pre-school and school-age children, and the influence of single-parent families on the level of education, is determined.
This study allows identifying the main problems and gaps in the upbringing of children, their negative impact on society and determining ways to solve them.
Keywords: Personality development, parenting styles, adaptation to society, self-concept, competence