Author: Rimma Mukhametovna Fatykhova
Author: Darya Vasilyevna Mingazova
Year of publication: 2015
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Pages: 102-111
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PDF: tner/201504/tner20150408.pdf

The article presents the authors’ methods of determining teenagers’ disposition towards destructive communication, identifies the main types of destructive communication and provides their psychological characteristics. It specifies the correlation between destructive communication and certain personal qualities of teenagers. It also determines the main role of the diagnostics of teenagers’ disposition towards destructive communication as a way of youth extremism prevention in the system of correcting conditions of this type of interactions.


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