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      Authors Name
      Ilchenko, O.M. [2]
      Ilchenko, Y. [1]
      Ilchenko, Yuliia [1]
      Ilchishina, G.V. [1]
      Ilchuk, V. V. [2]
      Ilchyshyn, Ya. V. [1]
      Iliasova, Yu [1]
      Ilienko, O. [1]
      Ilina, O. I. [1]
      Ilkova, Olena [1]
      Ilnytska, T. S. [1]
      Ilnytskyj, V. I. [1]
      Imas, Yevhenii [2]
      Imber, V. [1]
      Imber, V. I. [3]
      Imber, V.I. [2]
      Imber, V.І. [1]
      In modern conditions, information technology is developing rapidly, they are implemented in all spheres of human life. The use of modern personal computers, computer networks and computerized communication networks has provided everyone with access to information stored in the relevant data banks, regardless of the day and location of the subscriber. As a result, a type of crime such as "cybercrime" has emerged. [1]
      In the article the most complex type of children’s literature – youth literature – is discussed. Since it refers to the contemporary period, the author briefly reminds the reader that not so long ago it became possible to talk about achievements in teen literature, because there was not so many books in this genre. The article discusses the features of genre composition of the modern teen literature, its major themes and issues, provides the idea of the main types of conflicts, types of characters, as well as some methods of the development of the action. A great deal of attention is given to a new type of a teenager and it is considered that the presence of this type of a teenager changes the way of narration, the attention of an author and the reader’s perception of the character. The advantages of the contemporary literature for teenagers, which are pointed out in the analytical review of the article, provide an opportunity to predict its successful dynamics. [1]
      In the process of social development there is a continuous selection of more advanced systems, which are endowed with better properties for adaptation. In order for a social system to function stably, it must have a single goal, a leading governing body that directs its development. In the absence or non-compliance with any of these conditions, the social system is unable to maintain its integrity. [1]