Psychological peculiarities of maintaining a family relationship in condition of military conflict

- Hubeladze, I.H. (orcid.org/0000-0001-8023-6408) (2016) Psychological peculiarities of maintaining a family relationship in condition of military conflict Проблеми політичної психології, 4 (18). pp. 16-24. ISSN 2411-1449

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Abstract

Based on the theoretical analysis the main strategies of maintaining family interactions in conditions of armed conflict were defined: complete separation, partial interaction, confrontation, accessories, domination, taking a variety of positions. Factors which influence on the selection of appropriate strategies for maintaining relationships in order to maintain internal balance and adapt to the crisis were analyzed. It was proved that the family not always can perform maintenance and psychotherapeutic function. The main indicators of successful adaptation communities to the conditions and consequences of military conflict in the family interaction were determined: positive family identity, constructive interaction between family members, positive images of "we" and "they", the inclusion of family members in joint activities, positive social attitudes.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: family interaction, strategies of family interaction, family as a resource, military conflict.
Subjects: Science and knowledge. Organization. Computer science. Information. Documentation. Librarianship. Institutions. Publications > 1 Philosophy. Psychology
Science and knowledge. Organization. Computer science. Information. Documentation. Librarianship. Institutions. Publications > 3 Social Sciences > 304 Social questions. Social practice. Cultural practice. Way of life (Lebensweise)
Divisions: The Institute of Social and Political Psychology > Laboratory for Mass and Community Psychology
Depositing User: науковий с Ірина Гурамівна Губеладзе
Date Deposited: 07 Nov 2018 08:46
Last Modified: 01 Feb 2019 01:14
URI: http://lib.iitta.gov.ua/id/eprint/712260

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