The Study of Socio-Psychological Factors of the Development of Ato Members’ Ethnic Self-Consciousness

Шмиглюк, О. Г. (2017) The Study of Socio-Psychological Factors of the Development of Ato Members’ Ethnic Self-Consciousness. Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference "Science of the XXI century: problems and prospects of researches" (6). pp. 43-46.

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Abstract

The article deals with the problem of the development of people’s ethnic selfconsciousness, who are directly involved in ethno- and state-building processes. Particularly, the results of the research of ATO members, regarding the influence of socio-psychological factors on the development of their ethnic self-consciousness are analyzed. The level of the interest of the nearest social environment of ATO members in ethno-cultural issues and the influence of their opinions on the process of making important ethno-cultural decisions are defined. Minor differences in the level of the interest of parents, teachers, directors and mass media in cultural, ethnic, and racial issues were identified. According to the researchers, parents are interested in ethno-cultural processes the most, and mass media pay less attention. It has been established that the indicators are average, which may be the evidence of the inadequate inclusion of the Ukrainian population in problems of Ukrainian culture, the nation and the ethnic group as a whole. Mass media and friends have the most significant influence on the ATO members, the opinion of teachers /directors and parents is less important

Item Type: Article
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
Divisions: Faculty of Socio-Psychological > Department of the Developmental Psychology and Consultancy
Depositing User: Оксана Геннадіївна Шмиглюк
Date Deposited: 04 Sep 2017 17:50
Last Modified: 04 Sep 2017 18:00
URI: http://eprints.zu.edu.ua/id/eprint/25179

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