The Social Sciences

Year: 2015
Volume: 10
Issue: 2
Page No. 71 - 75

Family Resources of Personality Development: Notional Invariants

Authors : Irina Valerievna Tkachenko, Izabela Borisovna Kotova, Larisa Grigorievna Lisitskaya and Svetlana Victorovna Nedbaeva

Abstract: The study discusses the features of personal resources found in a parent-child relationship by parents. Researcher notes that the resources of parents personal development are formed and transformed at all stages of parenthood. Parenting in the present study is considered as a holistic phenomenon in which the position of motherhood and fatherhood isintegrated. It is noted that the defective development of the personal resources of the parents may occur in families with children with mental deviations indevelopment and in families with mentally andphysically high-grade children. Researchers emphasize that the understanding of the nature and structure of resources of parenthood, the mechanism of their production and updating use and replenishment will help to build an effective strategy for the development of resource capabilities of persons performing the parental role in the family. To study, the phenomenology of personal development resources of parents the method of experimental psychosemanticswas used. The method of “personal semantic differential” was constructed on the basis of semantic differential of Charles Osgood-Petrenko. As the invariants of personal development resources were allocated: parental love, personal achievement, safety and the expectation of the future. The study compares the evaluation of personal development resources of fathers and mothers, parents incomplete and incomplete families, small families and large families, parents in rural and urban families, high and low successful parents, parents with pedagogical and technical education. Researchers conclude that different types of parents have unequal expression of the elements that make up the resource invariants.

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Irina Valerievna Tkachenko, Izabela Borisovna Kotova, Larisa Grigorievna Lisitskaya and Svetlana Victorovna Nedbaeva, 2015. Family Resources of Personality Development: Notional Invariants. The Social Sciences, 10: 71-75.

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