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KNOWLEDGE OF CITY HISTORY AS A BASIS FOR THE INFORMAL EDUCATION OF THE INDUSTRIAL CITIES' YOUTH

@inproceedings{Tatiana2019KNOWLEDGEOC,
  title={KNOWLEDGE OF CITY HISTORY AS A BASIS FOR THE INFORMAL EDUCATION OF THE INDUSTRIAL CITIES' YOUTH},
  author={Bystrova Tatiana and Pevnaya Maria and Telepaeva Daria},
  year={2019}
}
Cities, intensively developing within the industrial age, are now affected by crisis. Monocities' and small territories' crisis is connected with economic processes. City-forming plants and factories are not always able to change their production process and withstand market competition. Economic problems determine the ambiguous social context of urban development. The problems of citizens' employment become actual and there are not enough local budgets for the development of living and… 

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