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Alexander Makhnach & Anna Laktionova

In: Handbook for Working with Children and Youth: Pathways to Resilience across Cultures and Contexts

Chapter 23: Social and Cultural Roots of Russian Youth Resilience Interventions by the State, Society, and the Family

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Social and Cultural Roots of Russian Youth Resilience Interventions by the State, Society, and the Family
Social and cultural roots of russian youth resilience interventions by the state, society, and the family
Alexander V. MakhnachAnna I. Laktionova

Adolescents and children are particularly vulnerable to chaos and conflict. The political upheaval experienced over the past decade in Russia provides a salient example of how youth struggle to cope with social change and instability. Economic instability and the loss of spiritual and moral values have meant that a number of dangerous tendencies have emerged in contemporary Russia. While some youth manage to thrive within this context of socioeconomic tension, many cope with their experiences and the opportunities perceived to be available to them by making choices that include vagrancy, ...

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