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Title: Constructivist approach to the problem of social psychological adaptation of migrants
Authors: Efremova, G. I.
Ефремова, Г. И.
Nesterova, A. A.
Нестерова, А. А.
Suslova, T. F.
Суслова, Т. Ф.
Pavlova, O. E.
Павлова, О. Е.
Keywords: Constructivism;Constructivist approach in psychology;Constructivist approach to the adaptation of the person;Migrant;Migration;Social psychological adaptation
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Canadian Center of Science and Education
Citation: Efremova G. I., Nesterova A.A., Suslova T.F., Pavlova O.E. Constructivist approach to the problem of social psychological adaptation of migrants // Asian Social Science. - 2015. - Volume 11. - Issue 1. - Pages 112-118
Series/Report no.: Asian Social Science
Abstract: This article analyzes the problem of migration, research on the social psychological adaptation of migrants in the Russian and foreign psychology, different approaches developed in the paradigm of constructivism are shown. Directions of research on adaptation of migrants that are relevant to the purpose of determining the possibilities of using the constructivist approach in addressing adaptation of migrants to the new social environment are presented. The features that are common to all constructivist approaches that characterize the possibility of using a constructive approach in social psychological support of migrants in adapting to the new environment are allocated
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