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Volume 55, 2018International Conference on Advanced Studies in Social Sciences and Humanities in the Post-Soviet Era (ICPSE 2018)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||The Era of Transformations: Society, Law, Politics, and Communication|
|Published online||14 November 2018|
Digital identification in the context of resocialization problems
Moscow State University, Department of Psychology, 127434, 4-46 Dubky str., Moscow, Russia
2 Moscow State University, Department of Psychology, 125009, 2 B. Nikitskaya str., Moscow, Russia
3 Moscow State University, Department of Psychology, 125009, 8-67 Molodogvardeyskaya srt., Moscow, Russia
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The paper analyzes modern concepts of identity in connection with the processes of resocialization. Transformations affecting all aspects of modern society lead to a change in the processes of socialization of individuals. In connection with the above-mentioned features of the current situation, attention is focused on the possibilities of effective resocialization aimed at matching a new social situation for the individual or the society as a whole. The emphasis is placed on the value aspects of identity and the consideration of resocialization as a transformation of the personality’s value structures under conditions of semantic heterogeneity. It is emphasized that the transformation of identity is the basis and at the same time the result of resocialization. The research methodology included an analysis of adolescents’ Internet blogs, a survey of 30 respondents (using a questionnaire, a modified methodology for “Who am I?”, methods for diagnosing addictive identity and analyzing pages in social networks). The empirical study shows the difference in teenagers’ views of identity in the real and virtual world.
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