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Transformation of the family resource support system in Russia

T.I. Grabelnykh, N.A. Sablina
80,00 Р

UDC 316.35/.36

https://doi.org/10.20339/AM.12-21.047                    

 

T.I. Grabelnykh is Doctor of Sociology, Professor, Professor of Department of Social Philosophy and Sociology, Head of the Sociological Laboratory of Regional Problems and Innovations, e-mail: tagr@bk.ru  N.A. Sablina is Candidate of Sociology, Associate Professor of the Department of Social Work, Senior Researcher at the Sociological Laboratory of Regional Problems and Innovations, e-mail: nsablina@bk.ru Both at Irkusk State University

This study examined the transformation of the family’s resource supply system, taking into account the educational strategies of its members. It is substantiated that the development of the family as a social institution becomes possible only through the creation of an open system of its resource supply in compliance with the principles of joint activities and gender equality, which ensures the integration of individual functions of the family and higher education. On the issue of women’s access to available resources, including educational ones, the work revealed a social contradiction, when, on the one hand, women retain an active position in the provision of resources to the family, there is equal access with men to information and intellectual resources, on the other hand, there is a limited access of women to power, material and financial resources. In the field of complex analysis and assessment of the family's resource supply, the authors have proposed new indicators of information-technological and educational growth of a social institution: technologies of housekeeping; use of information technologies in the family resource supply system. The conclusion is made about the growing role of modern technologies of public participation, contributing to the improvement of the status of women and strengthening their role in the resource provision of the family by increasing the educational level and status.

Key words: family, high school, access to resources, family resources, social needs, joint activities, gender equality, educational strategies.

 

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