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Mikhailov V.I., Novikova Yu.A. Cultural and household specifics as the basis of individual psychological characteristics and Mature behavior sampled by the Turkish citizens

DOI: 10.34835/issn.2308-1961.2021.1.p468-475
 
Cultural and household specifics as the basis of individual psychological characteristics and Mature behavior sampled by the Turkish citizens
Vyacheslav Ivanovich Mikhailov, First Secretary of the Consular Department of the Russian foreign Ministry, Moscow; Yulia Andreevna Novikova, the candidate of Legal Sciences, senior lecturer, Saint-Petersburg University of Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russian Federation

Abstract
The article presents the main cultural and historical context of the formation of a Mature personality in different cultures. In the course of theoretical and empirical analysis, the main elements of culture related to its territorial position, features of cultural and living conditions, including religious traditions and social mores, are studied. Religious and cultural values that can influence the formation of a Mature personality are differentiated. The article deals with the socio-psychological and age-related foundations of personality formation in different periods of life. It is based on the results of the analysis carried out by using the theoretical analysis of literary sources and the method of included observation.
Keywords: cultural features, religious norms, religious traditions, personality formation, Mature personality.

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Article arrived in edition 15.01.2021
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