Культурно-психологические факторы межпоколенной трансмиссии ценностей у русских на Северном Кавказе
The paper is devoted to the study of cultural and psychological factors of parent-child value similarity among ethnic minorities living in different cultural contexts. Representatives of two generations of 118 Russian families in the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic (KBR), where ethnic Russians are ethnic and religious minorities (distant cultural context) and of 109 Russian families in the Republic of North Ossetia - Alania (RSO-A), where Russians are ethnic minority and religious majority (close cultural context). The methods of the study include the Schwartz value questionnaire (PVQ-R), scales of ethnic and national identities from the MIRIPS (Mutual Intercultural Relations in Plural Societies) project questionnaire and scales of perceived child-parent closeness, evaluated by children and parents. The results of path analysis in AMOS program showed that in the distant cultural context (KBR) ethno-national identity of Russian adolescents positively related to parent-child value similarity, whereas in the close cultural context (RSO) ethno-national identity of parents and perceived by children psychological closeness with their parents positively related to parent-child value similarity. In these two cultural contexts we also found that psychological closeness assessed by parents negatively related to parent-child value similarity.