Ethnocultural Aspects of the Identity of an Adult Personality

Autores/as

  • Nataliia Krasovskaia Baku State University
  • Kamilya Aliyeva Baku State University
  • Julia Perevozkina Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University
  • Ekaterina Veterok Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University
  • Ibragimbekova Rena Baku State University

Palabras clave:

aspectos etnoculturales, identidad, personalidad adulta, crisis de identidad

Resumen

Este artículo presenta un análisis teórico y empírico de los aspectos etnoculturales de la identidad adulta. Para estudiar los aspectos etnoculturales de la identidad personal, se utilizó la prueba de «identidad del ego» (autor J. G. Marcia, modificación de G. y E. Amineva) y el método «identidad personal y social» (autor A.A. Urbanovich). La elección de los métodos está determinada por su validez, confiabilidad y cumplimiento con el propósito y los objetivos del estudio. La muestra consistió en encuestados rusos en el número de 174 personas y encuestados azerbaiyanos en el número de 126 personas. La edad de los encuestados en ambas muestras osciló entre 24 y 53 años. Para las variables independientes, el análisis comparativo se realizó utilizando el criterio paramétrico de la prueba t de Student. Se descubrió que los rusos difieren significativamente en la gravedad de su estado de identidad con los azerbaiyanos. Los análisis revelaron que la muestra de Azerbaiyán se caracteriza principalmente por una identidad formada, que se manifiesta en la satisfacción con la actividad profesional y su importancia social, en el deseo de alcanzar sus objetivos de vida. La muestra rusa, por el contrario, se caracteriza por una crisis de identidad, que se manifiesta en la incertidumbre de la identidad, que se acompaña de dudas propias de la identificación grupal.

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2020-04-30

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