Strategies for (non) Resistance in Narratives about Facing Problems: Formation of a "Subordinate Subject"
Стратегии (не)сопротивления в нарративах о трудностях: становление «подчиненного субъекта»

N.K. Radina, A.V. Porshnev
2021 Socialʹnaâ Psihologiâ i Obŝestvo  
Objective. Identify strategies a formation of "subordinate subject" and analyzes the strategies of obedience and resistance in self-narrative about encountering difficulties in childhood and adulthood. Background. Obedience refers to classical problems in social psychology (experiments by S. Asha, S. Milgram, F. Zimbardo, S. Moskovichi, etc.). Forms of obedience are suggestibility, conformity, pliability, submission to authority; these forms are manifested in submission to internal imperatives;
more » ... to authority persons; to small group; as well as situations. Along with conformity as a personal characteristic researchers study obedience based on the adoption of the role and regulation of role behavior. Role basis of subordination allows us to consider obedience as a condition for socialization. Resistance in psycho¬logical research is less common, which is associated with cultural standards and cultural priorities that influence the formation of research areas. Results. According to the results of the study, young people under 30 years have different interpretations than older interviewees, but differences are of an age rather than generational nature. Conclusions. The results of the study allow us to suggest that strategies of resistance were form at the childhood while overcoming internal issues and conflicts with peers. In adulthood, the strategy of subordination are stereotyped (stories about obedience to parents), stable scenarios resistance were construct in area to social challenge.
doi:10.17759/sps.2021120310 fatcat:afmh5qzhzrfr5m23e2f5pypacy