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Национальный психологический журнал






Dzyaloshinskiy I.M. (2011). Tolerance and multiculturalism – value orientations of mass media.National Psychological Journal,2(6),122-125

The role of mass media in spreading the ideas of tolerance and multiculturalism in society is analysed. Challenges they are faced w in connection with the relevant issue are formulated.

Pages: 122-125

Keywords: mass media; media resources; tolerance; intolerance; multiculturalism; ethnic conflicts; nationalism; institutions; tolerant behavior; media images;

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Petrenko V.F. (2011). Spiritual psychological practice in creating an atmosphere of tolerance, religious toleration and nonviolence. National Psychological Journal, 2(6),117-121

The role of spiritual psychological practice in building personal tolerance attitudes is shown. Some classical psychotherapeutic techniques, as well as psychological practice, formed in different religious confessions, especially Buddhism and Orthodoxy, are considered. Particular attention is paid to the Buddhist techniques of working consciousness.

Pages: 117-121

Keywords: tolerance; religious toleration; ethnocentrism; understanding of the Other" training course; world religions; Buddhism; Christianity; psychotherapeutic practice; psychotherapy; ">; meditation; hesychasm (Quietism); Hinayana and Mahayana Buddhist spiritual practice;

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Sobkin V.S., Smyslova M.M. (2011). The significance of ethnicity in choosing close friends (a comparison of opinions of high school students in Moscow city, Russia, and Riga city, Latvia).National Psychological Journal,2(6),112-116

The results of cross-cultural study of the national preferences in high school students when choosing friends, conducted in 2010 by the Institute of Education Sociology in collaboration with Riga Academy of Pedagogy and Education Administration, are analysed.

Pages: 112-116

Keywords: tolerance; international relations; special features of international relations among adolescents; teenagers; social and cultural situation; national identity;

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Zinchenko Y.P., Soldatova G.U., Shaygerova L.A. (2011). Act of Terrorism as an extreme situation in the risk society. National Psychological Journal,2(6),98-111

The nature of terrorism as an extreme situation in modern risk society of is analysed. The interconnection between terrorism and xenophobia, discrimination and the spread of intolerance attitudes are shown. Possible ways of searching for effective measures to manage xenophobia risk, combating the ideology of terrorism and accepting tolerance as an essential basis of interaction between individuals and groups in society.

Pages: 98-111

Keywords: terrorism; tolerance; intolerance; xenophobia; migrant phobia; psychological safety; psychological traits of a terrorist; personal identity; motivation of terrorist activities;

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Vishnevskiy A.G. (2011). The migration strategy of Russia and tolerance policy. National Psychological Journal,2(6),90-97

The problem of modern immigration in Russia, what it is caused by, possible positive and negative consequences are considered. Possible ways of integrating migrants into Russian society are shown. The boundaries of tolerance are defined. Ways to combat migration phobia are proposed.

Pages: 90-97

Keywords: migration; migration challenge; depopulation; natural population decline; antimigration mythology; migrant phobia; tolerance; multiculturalism; assimilation;

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Shlyagina E.I.,Enikolopov S.N. (2011). Studies of personal ethnic tolerance.National Psychological Journal,2(6),80-89

It is shown how ethnic tolerance is understood and what methods can be used to diagnose it. The results of a longitudinal study whose aim is to identify ethnic tolerance in the Russian citizens to Lithuanians are analysed.

Pages: 80-89

Keywords: tolerance; ethnic tolerance; ethnocentrism; individual (group) ethnic psychological characteristics; ethnic attitudes; alien environment;

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Soldatova G.U., Nestik T.A., Shaygerova L.A. (2011). The principles of building tolerance and managing xenophobia risks. National Psychological Journal, 2(6), 60-79

The principles of building tolerant attitudes in the Russian society which are developed on the basis of the social constructionism methods, evolutionary and cultural and historical approaches to the study of complex systems, concepts of social action and social risk are outlined. The theoretical and practical requirements of modern society are thoroughly and comprehensively analysed.

Pages: 60-79

Keywords: tolerance; intolerance; xenophobia; risks management society; toleration; social trust; systems concept; theory of self-regulated systems; social constructionism; intercultural communication; multiculturalism; social identity; dialogue of Cultures;

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Zinchenko Y.P., Shaygerova L.A., Shilko R.S. (2011). Psychological safety of individuals and society in the modern information space. National Psychological Journal, 2(6), 48-59

Changes in the information space are highlighted. Its role in providing psychological security of personality is shown. The modern mass media as a powerful tool both for building tolerance attitudes in society and for inciting xenophobia, discrimination, promotion of inter-group hostility are considered. The mechanism how negative information produces harmful effects on the human psyche is explained. The principles of adequate and effective operation of the media in covering terrorist attacks and other tragic events are performed.

Pages: 48-59

Keywords: information space; media; mass media; cyber terrorism; information security; cyberspace; personal psychological security; xenophobia; ethnic hatred; tolerance attitudes; tolerance;

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Khomyakov M.B. (2011). Tolerance and its boundaries. National Psychological Journal, 2(6), 25-33

The nature and meaning of tolerance as a philosophical concept are analysed. Various concepts and theories relating to tolerance, its boundaries, guidelines and its internal content that exist in society from the time of St. Augustine to the present day are highlighted.

Pages: 25-33

Keywords: tolerance; tolerance boundaries; toleration; multicultural world; identity; respect; coexistence; intolerance; social status of minority groups;

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Soldatova G.U., Nestik T.A. (2011). Historical and evolutionary perspective of humanity: from the paradigm of conflict to the paradigm of tolerance. National Psychological Journal, 2(6), 15-24

The history of scientific conflict discourse based on the analysis of philosophic studies, social psychology, economics, and evolutionary biology is shown. The main current theories concerning the conflicts in society and ways to resolve them are considered. The views of local and foreign scientists in the paradigm of tolerance and the perspectives of building tolerant behavior in modern society are presented.

Pages: 15-24

Keywords: conflict; conflict theory; integration; altruism; selfishness; competition; cooperation; struggle for survival; social psychology; evolutionary biology; evolution; tolerance; empathy; compassion; morality; intolerance;

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Zinchenko Y.P. (2011). The methodological basis of psychology security. National Psychological Journal, 2(6), 11-14

The system dynamic model of security as a type of activity performance is described. The model is constructed in relation to the national psychology methodological traditions (cultural, historical, historical and evolutionary approaches and also activity approach), which allows to apply the heuristic potential of these approaches to the study of topical issues of human security, society and state.

Pages: 11-14

Keywords: psychology of safety; systems concept; xenophobia; terrorism; A.N. Leontiev’s psychological theory of activity; subject-object relations; tolerance;

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Asmolov A.G. (2011). School of life. Living with dissimilar people. National Psychological Journal, 2(6), 1-3

The article provides a brief excursion into the history of interethnic conflicts. The article describes the concepts of tolerance and xenophobia. Their role in the development of complex systems, and the human society in particular, is distinguished. The importance of building tolerance attitudes to provide a full harmonious human life, various social groups and mankind on the whole in a changing world is emphasized.

Pages: 1-3

Keywords: tolerance; xenophobia; complex systems; multiculturalism; systems concept; ethnic hatred; nationalism; ethnic conflicts; migrant phobia; mutual aid; cooperation; symbiotic evolution; consolidation; dialogue;

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