Социальные установки выпускников детских (интернатных) учреждений в отношении будущего
Despite the efforts of the state and non-profit organizations (hereinafter — NPOs), the problems of orphans’ adaptation and integration into the society persist. Studies of speech behavioral models in graduates of child care institutions of some nonprofit organizations reveal the antinomic nature of their programs and goals. These contradictions revolve around the process of formation of dependent social attitudes in orphaned children. The task of our research is to assess the role that NPOs play in the formation of certain social attitudes of graduates of child care (boarding) institutions (ex-orphanages). Using the verbal and communicative method of interviewing and through the analysis of the outreach programs provided by NPOs we show that the existing programs of post-orphanage adaptation, regardless of their universal yet relevant character and the diversity of the employed tools, cannot address the whole variety of emerging problems and challenges.