Investigation of the features of ethnic consciousness Kazakh children of orphanages

[Speaker] Sarybekova, Zhanat:1
[Co-author] Berdibayeva, Sveta:2, Aimaganbetova, Olga:2, Toxanbayeva, Nurgul:2, Satiyeva, Sholpan:3, Zhubanazarova, Nazirash:2, Faizullina, Aida:2
1:Taraz State University named after M. Dulaty (Kazakhstan), 2:Al-Farabi Kazakh National University (Kazakhstan), 3:Semey State University named after Shakarim (Kazakhstan)

Orphans are always social and psychological problem of society.
Methods:author's profile of folklore and traditions.
Group A is groupof orphans (N=100); Group B is control group (N=140).
Modern teenagers growing up in orphanages or in the family, being in their own country and among his nation, as well as being the titular nation, are not absolutely necessary to classify themselves to this nation, because there is no such necessity.
Results of the subjects in both groups showed that they are in the process of formation of ethnic consciousness.
1. Supply of deep system knowledge of national culture (folklore) forms an ethnic consciousness and creates favorable psychological conditions.
2. Identity and ethnic consciousness streamline the mental development of children living in conditions of "mental sub deprivation" and children from different social status.
3. Mastering of folklore and national traditions improves the process of socialization, developing national consciousness.
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