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. Tambov: Gramota, 2013. № 6. Part 2. P. 26-30.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Sociological Sciences
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CORRELATION BETWEEN TRANSMUTATION AND TRANSFORMATION PROCESSES IN SEX-FAMILY-MARRIAGE AND SEXUAL RELATIONS OF PROVINCIAL POPULATION

Belyaev Vladimir Aleksandrovich, Murtazina Liliya Robertovna
Kazan’ Research Technical University named after A. N. Tupolev

Naberezhnye Chelny Institute of Kazan’ (Volga Region) Federal University


Abstract. The authors substantiate that the prevailing trend in the sex-family-marriage relations of provincial population is transmutation processes that do not devaluate the values of marriage, family, and children. At the same time there is an increase in the proportion of radical transformation elements in these relations as a value component decay, as the transition from the value type of ??such relations and practices to the instrumental one, based on individualistic hedonism.
Key words and phrases: трансмутация, трансформация, эмансипация, постсовременное/постмодерное общество, антисексуализм, просексуализм, гедонизм, практика child-free, transmutation, transformation, emancipation, post-modern society, anti-sexualism, pro-sexualism, hedonism, child.
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