Graduation work is devoted to the study of ideas about the "ideal" father in adolescents. Research hypothesis: there are differences in ideas about the “ideal” father in adolescents, depending on gender. The total number of subjects was 100 people, the average age of the subjects from 12 to 14 years. The following methods and techniques were used in the study: a) version of the M. Partland test “20 statements”; b) "Diagnostics of interpersonal relationships" T. Leary; c) questionnaire survey. The results: 1) a comparative analysis of the perceptions of adolescents in the sample as a whole showed that the perceptions of adolescents about the "ideal" father "have significant differences with their ideas about their" real "father; 2) significant differences were obtained between the representations of boys and girls: the girls have a more positive, complete and multidimensional image of the “ideal” father, which is very close to the image of the “real” father, while the image of the “ideal” father is rather poor for boys and flattened and significantly different from the image of the "real" father.
|Fecha de adjudicación||2020|
|Supervisor||Анжелика Мартыновна Вильгельм (Supervisor)|