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Folk national culture as a means of forming norms of communication in childhood 1021
Chernushevich V.A., Associate Profes, chair of legal psychology and law, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education, Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
Kupriyanova E.A., Psychologist training and production, laboratory of the Juridical Psychology Faculty, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education , Moscow, Russia, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bobryshova E.I., psychologist, State budget of educational institutions Moscow "SCHOOL № 1877" Lublin " , Moscow, Russia, grafstvo@ yandex.ru
The best carriers of playing culture are children, who possess and enjoy it. Destroyed social kids’ structures, territorial kids’ associations (family, yard, village, street communities of children) interrupted generally the process of culture transmission, reproduction and passing of communication tradition. And there is a need in social-state “revivification” (recovering folk games list and its’ players, enough for folk games reproduction process). Folk game includes particular properties of relations on the levels of physical and emotional, vocal interaction, imagery-symbolic filling, special features of clothes (all aspects of communication that constitute features of national culture of the nation and make from the nation the community of people very special and different from other communities and nations). Studying of correctional possibilities of folk games within the frames of playing agendas showed that their psychological and emotional resources provide the conditions for adoption by children the norms of communication.