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The Modern Problems of Communication and Social Interaction of Deviant Teenagers Using Social Networks

Irina V. Mkrtumova, Aykumis I. Omarbekova, Dmitry S. Silnov, Elena A. Sulimova and Asem Kurmashkyzy

Pertanika Journal of Tropical Agricultural Science, Volume 25, Issue S, July 2017

Keywords: Communication, deviation, social interaction, social networks, teenagers

Published on: 05 Jul 2017

Social networks have promptly become an integral part of the modern social reality of Russia. They are growing in geometrical progression. This growth has positive consequences, which are expressed in the solution of many actual problems of the modern world. However, it has also led to several negative tendencies. Another consequence of the 'networkisation' of society is the emergence of new types of social structure and public relations. The reverse side of 'networkisation' is the new types and ways of social interaction between individuals and social groups characterised, among others, by socially dangerous manifestations. The younger generation easily takes for granted a versatile global network with its ambiguous consequences for their system of norms, values and guidelines for behaviour. Unlike the subcultural associations of the 1980-1990s in the 20th century, modern organisations have no authoritative charismatic leaders, rigid internal discipline or hierarchy. Recently, the mass actions of a destructive nature of teenagers of middle- and high-school age, whose activity was coordinated by means of the Internet and other modern channels of communication have become a common event. At the same time, the scientific and expert community has no reliable data about the mechanisms of such interaction, its tendencies and regularities. This research hopes to fill this gap.

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