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Social representations of Russian and Byelorussians about man's roles depending on communication with psychological measurements of culture

Социальные представления Русских и Белорусов о мужских ролях в зависимости от связи с психологическими измерениями культуры
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Brazhnik, Julia Vladimirovna; Gritsenko, Valentina Vasilevna

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Abstract Given article is devoted the analysis of social representations of young men about man's roles. On sample of Russian and Byelorussians (334 persons) by means of a scale of cultural values (G.Hofstede) and the modified variant of a technique «Semantic differential» directed on studying of representations of young men about traditional man's roles (the getter, the defender, the professional figure, the head of the family, the husband, the father), social representations about man's roles depending on psychological measurements of culture on G.Hovstede are considered. As a result the personal characteristics attributed traditional man's roles in Russian and Belarus cultures are allocated. Are revealed as cultural – specific, and the general social representations of Russian and Byelorussians about the maintenance of man's roles. The received results can be used at carrying out of psychotherapy and the personal consultations connected with questions of mutual relation of floors, gender and family conflicts, crises masculinity, and as for working out training programs in the field of intercultural interaction.
Classification Social Psychology; Women's Studies, Feminist Studies, Gender Studies
Free Keywords social representations; Russian; Byelorussians; man's roles; psychological measurements of culture
Document language Russian
Publication Year 2012
Page/Pages 19 p.
Journal Modern Research of Social Problems (2012) 2
ISSN 2218-7405
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Basic Digital Peer Publishing Licence