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2013 | XVIII | 3 | 267-283
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Type of marriage of parents as the factor of adaptation of a child in poli-ethnic society

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This article is based on the material of the specific socio-psychological research held in Yakutia in 2006-2009. The influence of one of the most important factors in the adaptation process is analyzed. In this article one of the most important factors is the family, the type of marriage of parents (ethnically homogenous and ethnically mixed marriage) which influences the acculturation strategies of a child, his migration intentions, ethnic and civil self-identification, as well as his level of psychological adaptation. The questions of historical and modernprerequisites for the formation of positive attitude of the society towards the phenomenon of ethnically mixed families in the North are also considered here.
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  • Institute of Philosophy and Law, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, marika24@yandex.ru
  • Institute of Philosophy and Law, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia
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