Мudrik Аnatolii Viktorovich
Доктор педагогических наук, Prof. of the Department of Social Pedagogy and Psychology, Моscow Pedagogical State University, amudrik@yandex.ru, Moscow

Victimogenic Stress Factors of Socialization in a Variety of Settlement

The issue of stress factors and their detailed comparative description in a variety of settlement is first explored in this publication. The relevance of the stated problem is determined by the lack of research in the socio-humanitarian branches of knowledge, in social pedagogy and its important component, socio-pedagogical victimology, which studies the problems of victims of adverse socialization environment. The article describes stress factors in terms of socio-pedagogical perspective. Identified factors are grouped into several clusters: – climatic – a large amount of periods of extreme weather, etc.; – natural calamities and technological disasters; – environmental – nvironmental pollution, etc.; – architectural and planning – dysfunctional zoning, monotonous buildings, etc.; – demographic – catastrophies ( deportations, genocide, etc.); generational crisis (depopulation, gender imbalance, etc.); – socioeconomic – at the macro and micro levels; – sociocultural – depressive or asocial environment, etc.; – socio-psychological – caused by the environment of residence, monotonous buildings, lack of places for leisure activities, settlement community, etc.
socialization, settlement, stress factor, victimization, victim of unfavorable socialization environment

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