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Yu. M. Perevozkina, F. Prusse, META-SYSTEM ORGANIZATION OF SOCIAL-AND-ROLE-BASED FUNCTIONING IN YOUTH

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META-SYSTEM ORGANIZATION

OF SOCIAL-AND-ROLE-BASED FUNCTIONING IN YOUTH

 

Yu. M. Perevozkina,

NSPU, Novosibirsk,

F. Prusse,

Ernst-Moritz-Aredt University,

Greifswald, Germany

 

The article deals with the problem of role-based socialization in youth, that is the most active part of a society and they provides progress and innovative transformations in it. The aim is to reveal some principles of the structural organization of youth’s role-based socialization at the meta-system level. The term «role-based socialization in young people» is based on the standpoint of the meta-system approach, that acquires the status of structural formation of this system, and at the same time the status is able to influence all other levels in this system by regulating them. It is proposed, that a specific role behavior of a young person is determined by his needs, and this, in turn, means that roles affect young people’s socialization, providing a certain role behavior and activity within the acquired role in the social space. To proof the model of the role-based socialization in youth, the empirical study was conducted aimed to find out the impact of young people’s needs on their role-based behavior models and to explore the mutual determination between young people’s role models and their social functioning efficiency. The study was conducted on a selected group of students (N = 1287) aged 14 to 25 years. The final factor model of three integral factors of young people’s social functioning was obtained. The data on the statistically significant effect of young people’s needs on their role models (p ≤ 0.05) are given. A statistically significant co-variance relationship between the main roles and three integral factors of socialization (p ≤ 0.05) was discovered. Based on the results it is concluded that the level of involvement of young people into the social space depends on the role models that are determined by young people’s needs.

 

Keywords: role-based socialization in youth; role models; role behavior; system; meta-system; subjective well-being; social acceptance; social activity.

 

For citation: Perevozkina Yu. M., Prusse F. Meta-system organization of social-and-role-based functioning in youth // Systems psychology and sociology. 2018. № 4 (28). P. 100–111.

 

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