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«European Journal of Psychological Studies» (Европейский журнал психологических исследований) – international scientific Journal.

E-ISSN 2409-3297

Периодичность – 1 раз в год.
Издается с 2014 года.

1 September 01, 2020


Articles

1. Ekaterina S. Medvedeva
The Prevailing Family Attitudes of Spouses with a Different Type of Personality Scenario

European Journal of Psychological Studies, 2020, 8(1): 3-9.
DOI: 10.13187/ejps.2020.8.3CrossRef

Abstract:
To date, the problem of the distribution of male and female roles in marriage is a pressing one. This factor is caused by the fact that there is a transformation of traditional family values, which leads to their destruction in society. The expanding globalization of the world, which is reflected in all spheres of society, also erodes centuries-old sociocultural traditions, which also affects the gender imbalance in the institution of the family. Despite the existing public position and a number of legislation to equalize the rights of men and women, there is still a gender advantage in an industry. Therefore, it becomes necessary to study the various personal and family problems affecting the harmonious development of society. The article studies the prevailing family attitudes of spouses with different types of personal scenario. It is based on generally accepted psychological methods related to the personal scenarios of couples and their family settings. The author selected an experimental group of 40 couples (40 men and 40 women) with 10 to 25 years of family life (middle and late marriage). Based on this study, the author analyses the role of conscious and unconscious attitudes in shaping perceptions of oneself related to gender identity in marital relationships. The experiment also provides an opportunity to see the distribution of roles in the family due to gender.

URL: http://ejournal12.com/journals_n/1607004007.pdf
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2. Natalia N. Teslyk, Darina V. Hromyko, Andrii E. Lebid
Victimological Features of Xenophobia Among Students

European Journal of Psychological Studies, 2020, 8(1): 10-16.
DOI: 10.13187/ejps.2020.8.10CrossRef

Abstract:
The article discusses the behavioural manifestations of xenophobia among students relevant to the period of globalization. The concept of “xenophobia” is analysed, as well as its relationship with manifestations of discrimination and victim behaviour. Based on an empirical study, the purpose of which is to identify differences between students depending on their interaction in a multicultural space, significant features of aggressive victimization behaviour are highlighted. A gender analysis of the data was carried out, which indicates that the level of aggressive type of victim behaviour of students is not determined by their gender. The level of aggressive victimization behavior among ukrainian students towards foreign students has been determined. It is assumed that the level of aggressive type of victim behavior has gender patterns. The social, political and economic roots of xenophobia are investigated. As a result of the study, it has been proved that the type of victim behavior among students does not depend on their place of residence and gender. The hypothesis that student youth who have everyday contacts with foreign students has no prerequisites for xenophobia and discrimination has been confirmed.

URL: http://ejournal12.com/journals_n/1607004066.pdf
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3. Hanna E. Ulunova, Andrii E. Lebid, Daiana Tarasiuk
Gender Characteristics of the Perceptual-Analytical Component of the Culture of Professional Communication of Civil Servants

European Journal of Psychological Studies, 2020, 8(1): 17-24.
DOI: 10.13187/ejps.2020.8.17CrossRef

Abstract:
The article is devoted to the problem of gender characteristics of the perceptual-analytical functional component of the culture of professional communication of civil servants. Based on the results of empirical research, it has been established that in the analytical perception and knowledge of colleagues, visitors and oneself as subjects of professional communication, the most significant differences between male civil servants and female civil servants are the orientation in professional communication and the acmeological invariants of a person's professionalism in professional communication. Indicators of psychological competence among male civil servants correlate with indicators of psychological literacy in professional communication, and among female civil servants – with indicators of orientation in professional communication. Constructs such as psychological literacy in professional communication and psychological competence in professional communication, as well as general indicators on the scale "Perceptual-analytical component of the culture of professional communication of civil servants" do not differ in male civil servants and female civil servants.

URL: http://ejournal12.com/journals_n/1607004252.pdf
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URL: http://ejournal12.com/journals_n/1607004262.pdf
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