Савченко, Юрій Юрійович and Булана, Людмила Володимирівна (2019) FAMILY AS A FACTOR OF PRESCHOOLCHILD`S DETERMINATION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL GENDER Колективна (три і більше авторів). New stages of development of modern science in Ukraine and EU countries: monograph. “Baltija Publishing”, Riga, Latvia.

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The intense changes in the modern Ukrainian family, the current trends in its development, especially in large metropolitan areas, necessitate a rethinking and requirements clarification for preparing young people for family life that is directly related to the process of individual`s psychological gender forming as man and woman. The interest in this problem is caused not only by the fact that gender is one of the most important historical, cultural and social issues, but also by the fact that the contemporary requirement of an individual approach to personality`s formation cannot be realized without taking into account the child's psychological gender. Meanwhile, the analysis of the problem of psychological gender is often reduced to finding obvious differences only at the household level fixed in the men and women`s behavior, taking into account the psychological characteristics of each person, conditions and environment of his life. In addition, the formation of psychological gender is an integral feature of the individual`s harmonious development. In this regard, modern psycho-pedagogical studies are increasingly attempting to consider personal`s development in indissoluble unity with the person`s formation of a particular gender, which determines the individual's behavior content as a man or woman, boy or girl. Analysis of psychological and pedagogical sources showed a rather intensive interest of scientists and practitioners in the problems of psychological gender ontogeny (G. Varga, V. Vasyutinsky, I. Kon, A. Paliy, T. Repina, Yu. Savchenko, etc.); peculiarities of the psychological gender manifestation (A. Belkin, T. Govorun, D. Isaev, V. Kagan, etc.); influence of the phenomenon under study on the child`s personality and individuality`s development (L. Arutyunova, D. Kolesov, O. Kononko, V. Kuzmenko, S. Kulachkivska, N. Selverova, etc.). This state of the problem under consideration is due to the increasing public attention to the individual as a unique holistic phenomenon, determining the priority direction of its study – subjective reality, individuality. In addition, the process of becoming a psychological gender affects the individual`s mental health, the unity of its emotional, cognitive and behavioral manifestations. It is known that the formation of psychological gender as a personality`s integral formation occurs in the process of harmonious combination of his gender ideas, gender identity and gender-role behavior, which are embedded in preschool age and are significant at all subsequent stages of its ontogeny. Despite the importance of research into the problem of becoming a child's psychological gender, the issues of the preschool child's psychological gender development and the peculiarities of its formation in the parent-child`s relationship remain underdeveloped, since it is the parent-child`s relations that form an important subsystem of the whole family, which is the whole system, and can be seen as continuous, long-lasting, and mediated by age-specific child and parent`s characteristics.

Item Type: Monograph (Колективна (три і більше авторів))
Uncontrolled Keywords: сім'я; дошкільник; психологічна стать; батьківсько-дитячі стосунки; статеві відмінності; статеві ролі
Subjects: Це архівна тематика Київського університету імені Бориса Грінченка > Монографії > Видані за кордоном (окрім країн СНД)
Це архівна тематика Київського університету імені Бориса Грінченка > Монографії > Видані міжнародними видавництвами (за класифікацією SENSE)
Divisions: Це архівні підрозділи Київського університету імені Бориса Грінченка > Факультет педагогічної освіти > Кафедра дошкільної освіти
Depositing User: Юрій Савченко
Date Deposited: 27 Dec 2019 09:18
Last Modified: 27 Dec 2019 09:18

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