CLUSTER MODEL OF PATRIOTICITY IN STUDENTS

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The article discusses the results of an empirical research carried out on a sample of students. Previously, the analysis of domestic and international research on patriotism showed that this phenomenon is interpreted ambiguously. In most of the works patriotism is characterized as an emotional feeling of love for the motherland. As for patrioticity, the term is identical to patriotism. We believe that the interpretation of these concepts should include different content. Patriotism may be considered as a phenomenon, process, and patrioticity as the quality of the individual, as a complex psychological formation, determined by socio-psychological characteristics, providing the intensity of aspirations and readiness of an individual for the implementation of a certain way of patriotic attitude towards the world and self. Based on this definition, following S.I. Kudinov and A.V. Potemkin we believe that most adequately this quality can be examined in the framework of the dispositional concept by A.I. Krupnov and the typology is allocated on the basis of the model proposed by I.A. Novikova. Based on the above, the results obtained with the help of the “Patriogramma” method by S.I. Kudinov, A.V. Potemkin were subjected to cluster analysis. As a result of the cluster analysis there were allocated three clusters with clear signs of differentiation. The findings demonstrate the differentiation of personality patrioticity manifestations at the students’ age.

A B Nurekeeva

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Department of Social and Differential Psychology

I B Kudinovа

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Department of Social and Differential Psychology

S A Gavrilushkin

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Department of Social and Differential Psychology

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