Modern and Traditional Family Values of Intergeneration in the Russia and China

 
PIIS013216250016202-5-1
DOI10.31857/S013216250016202-5
Publication type Article
Status Published
Authors
Occupation: Post-Graduate Student of the Department of Philosophy and Sociology
Affiliation: Southwest State University
Address: Russian Federation, Kursk
Occupation: Prof. of the Department of Philosophy and Sociology
Affiliation: Southwest State University
Address: Russian Federation, Kursk
Journal nameSotsiologicheskie issledovaniya
EditionIssue 2
Pages107-116
Abstract

On the basis of empirical conditions, the conditions and factors of transformation of family values are identified, the main ones of which are determined: the ongoing processes of socio-cultural modernization, high rates of technologization and information globalization. Intergenerational differences in family values between China and Russia during the transition period not only record changes in the family, but also reflect the general global trend of cultural transformation. Older people are gradually losing their former authority status. The traditional cultural model of respect for elders, as the basis of intergenerational relations, has been overthrown. In the process of the evolution of values during the transition period, the industrial civilization, represented by the development of urbanization and industrialization, did not obliterate fragments of the traditional Russian and Chinese family culture of intergenerational interaction.

A pre-industrial society differs from an industrial society, and the development model of developing countries differs from the development model of developed countries. After the reforms and opening up, Russian and Chinese societies are still in the process of modernization; therefore, family values and the process of cultural transformation itself still differ from the values of developed Western capitalist countries. Despite the existing differences between the modern concepts of industrialization and urbanization, on the one hand, and the traditional cultural practices of intergenerational interactions of Chinese families, on the other, it did not lead to their complete cultural "replacement" with the forms and models of our time.

Keywordsfamily values, intergenerational interaction, culture, Russia, China
Received16.02.2022
Publication date18.03.2022
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