The article presents the study of the life models of youth (as fragments of a life scenario realized by a person in concrete life spheres) in the context of intergenerational relations. The topicality of the research is related to the modern understanding of intergenerational transmission as the interaction of subcultures and the need to study the role of commitment to the subculture of a generation in creating a life scenario by young people. The sample consists of 100 St. Petersburg State university students, average age 21.02±1.11; the semi-structured interview was used to investigate human activity in two areas - professional self-determination and close relationships. The factor analysis revealed universal landmarks in a life scenario (active life, orientation for career growth and life success), and the influence of intergenerational and intragenerational relations. On this basis, respondents were classified according to their commitment to the subculture of their generation or their exposure to the influence of parents, traditional values. The cluster analysis identified five clusters, four of which are related to the commitment to the subculture of youth generation and closeness to the parents. The study showed that regardless of closeness with parents, both high and low identification with the subculture of youth generation can take place; young people continue to adhere to traditional landmarks - career, status, and well-being. Identification with the parents’ generation has a greater effect on a model of close relationships. Reliance on parental support can shape both active and passive life models of young people.
|Переведенное название||Приверженность субкультуре поколения как фактор построения жизненного сценария|
|Журнал||The European Proceedings of Social & Behavioural Sciences Ep-SBS|
|Состояние||Опубликовано - 2019|
|Событие||Psychology of subculture: Phenomenology and contemporary tendencies of development - Москва, Российская Федерация|
Продолжительность: 22 апр 2019 → 23 апр 2019