Psychological Determinants of Social Behavior at Volunteers
This paper presents scientific and theoretical approaches to the study of prosocial behavior. The psychological determinants of volunteers’ prosocial behavior were studied. The relevance of the research was determined by the situation in modern world. Global attention is attracted to the ways that can improve the quality of life in the society. Value orientations, styles of parent-child interaction and prosocial tendencies of volunteers are investigated. There are gender differences in the determinants, types of prosocial behavior, in values-based orientations, in the styles of parent-child interactions in the family in the studied groups. The relationship between the styles of parent-child interaction and prosocial trends in the studied groups of volunteers is considered. The correlation between the types of value orientations and prosocial tendencies is revealed. The psychological determinants of prosocial behavior among volunteers, divided by gender, age and direction of volunteer activity, are examined. The results of the research are presented.
Social behavior, social trends, style of child-parent interaction, valuable orientations, volunteers.