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Журнал » Journal_eng » Journal 28 : M. M. Bicharova, M. S. Topchiev, FAMILY VALUES FORMATION IN POLYCULTURAL REGION
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M. M. Bicharova,

CIMRT, Astrakhan,

M. S. Topchiev,

ASU, Astrakhan,


The problem of the formation and preservation of the family is particularly acute for today’s Russian youth, because it is family values that form the basis of the civic position of young people. The family is one of the most important elements involved in forming the cultural security of the state. However, this structure is not always stable and, once formed, sometimes disintegrates.

Understanding that family values learned from childhood lose their relevance, young families are forced to look for new behavioral patterns. The sources are popular information resources (newspapers, radio, television, the Internet), broadcasting ready-made tips, expert’s advise, Internet articles, thematic blogs, etc.

However, the new mechanisms proposed by the mass culture and the information society, in reality, are often not confirmed by practice and are destructive for the family.

In the framework of the system analysis underlying the research methodology, the characteristic features of the behavior of young people, related to their motivational attitudes and value orientations in relation to family, marriage and parenthood, were studied.

In particular, publicly available data from statistical metabase sites in Russia were analyzed, and our own research was conducted on the impact of national and religious affiliation on the formation of family and other values.

As a result, the main aspects of the influence of religious and cultural transgression on the modern family institution and mechanisms for the formation of family values were identified. Such factors as national and religious affiliation that could directly or indirectly play an important role in shaping these values were evaluated.


Keywords: family; family values; nationality; religion; transgression; frontier.


For citation: Bicharova M. M., Topchiev M. S. Family values formation in polycultural region // Systems psychology and Sociology. 2018. № 4 (28). P. 125–135.




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