Influence of the Family Socialization on the Formation of Gender Features of Modern Teenagers

Aigul R. Gallyamova, Svetlana V. Smirnova, Tatyana M. Kozhanova, Marina V. Emelyanova, Antonina A. Budantsova, Ekaterina I. Sokolova, Nelli G. Atayanz

Abstract


The relevance of the investigated problem is due to insufficient knowledge about the impact of parent-child relationship features on the development of the adequate teenager gender identity. The purpose of the article is to study the effect of the family socialization on the formation of gender features of modern teenagers. The leading approach to the study of this problem is the system-activity approach. In the course of empirical study it was found that the formation of masculine features of modern teenagers during the family socialization is associated with a positive attitude on the part of the father, and the formation of feminine traits is due to a positive attitude on the part of the mother and too rigid and inconsistent attitude on the part of the father. The article’s materials may be useful for psychologists, teaching staff, social workers.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n2s3p71


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