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the Purposes, hypotheses and research problems

the Basic genetic law of cultural development in h.p. Vygotsky and the concept of socialisation of A.G.Asmolov allow to make the assumption, that the relation to gender roles are bound not only with certain cultural-historical, but also family conditions.

According to stages of psychosex development of the person, (M.A.Dogadina, L.O.Perezhogin, 1999), at the age from a year till 6 years at the child develops representation about the sex which starts to be formed in a family.
As have shown M.I.Lisinoj's works and its followers, the image of and another is formed at the child at early age and represents affektivno-kogntivnyj a complex. M.I.Lisina studied dialogue process between the adult and the child from the point of view of that it is possible to observe immediately, and to observe the behaviour showing in acts, statements, the emotional relation is immediately possible.

Research objective of the given chapter - studying of features of translation maskulinnosti-femininnosti in trehpokolennyh families of women.

In the given chapter two hypotheses are checked:

Hypothesis 4: the most significant family factors causing polorolevuju identity of women in trehpokolennyh families, patterns polorolevogo behaviour are broadcast by the senior women in a family.

Hypothesis 5: features polorolevoj identity of women in a family are bound with characteristic for families in the affective images of the Man and the Woman.

The problem solved in the given chapter: research of influence of family factors on a parity maskulinnosti-femininnosti women, consists of 4 subtasks:

5) Research of influence of family factors on polorolevuju identity of the woman:

Definition of features, patterns and translation of the relation to gender roles of women in trehpokolennyh families;

6) research of features and translation polorolevoj identity of women in trehpokolennyh families

Research of continuity of translation of the relation to gender roles in frameworks trehpokolennyh families

Features of affective character of images of the Man and the Woman for investigated families

Definition of features and patterns of acceptance of gender roles of women in trehpokolennyh families;

Definition of features of a parity maskulinnosti-femininnosti women in trehpokolennyh families;

Research of continuity of translation of the relation to gender roles and parities maskulinnosti-femininnosti women in frameworks trehpokolennyh families;

Features of affective character of images of the Man and the Woman for investigated families

The empirical program of research consists of 2 blocks.

1 block: techniques of role gender identity of the Technique, defining I - social (role - acceptance of gender roles and a choice polorolevoj hierarchies) (O.A.Gavrilitsa, 1998):

1) the Technique of diagnostics of valuable preference of gender roles (kognitivnyj a choice)

2) the Technique of diagnostics of emotional preference of gender roles (an emotional choice)

3) the Technique on diagnostics of a behavioural component of acceptance gender roles (behaviour).

2 block: the personal features bound with polorolevoj by identity

1) the Psychological floor - defines a qualitative and quantitative parity maskulinnosti - femininnosti (Gavrilitsa, Island A, 1998, T.L.Bessonova, 1994).

2) not Finished offers defining a qualitative parity maskulinnosti - femininnosti (Myth) (T.L.Bessonova, 1994, N.V.Dvorjanchikov, 1998).

3) Psychosemantic - updating of a technique "Coding" (N.V.Dvorjanchikov, 1998, E.M.Izhvanova, 2004), (chapter 2).

4) the Technique kognitivnogo a choice of genders of the Parent and the Child (E.M.Izhvanova, 2004).
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A source: Izhvanova E.M.. Development polorolevoj identity at youthful and mature age. 2004

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