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PS27P-04-56

Children - parental relations as a factor of the self-relation and self-perception in adolescence (based on the cross - cultural studies)

[Speaker] Akhmetova, Jamilya B:1
[Co-author] Satybaldina, Nazym K:1, Kabakova, Maira P:1
1:Al-Farabi Kazazkh National University (Kazakhstan)

The aim of the research is to study the actual problem of the self-relation and identity formation in adolescence in the context of the child - parent relationship in the family. Self-realtion and self-perception are the most important aspects of person self-understanding. Self-understanding plays an important role in the development of not only the personality, but also individual.
It was conducted a detailed analysis of the available domestic and foreign literature data on existing theoretical and empirical research on the problems of the self-relation, personal identity and self - concept.
The results have revealed several types of parental position in two cultures, perception of which are closely linked to self-esteem and self-perception in adolescence. The findings of the study results can be used in psychological counseling for children, students, parents and teachers to develop effective training for the development of the self-concept and self-esteem.
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