Give a consideration to the differences in upbringing and individual behavior of adopted child

On the basis of the dictionary definitions submission and analysis of logical reason the selection of this concept it is possible to offer following definition of subordination.
Submission is a conscious or unconscious change the individual’s behavior and/or belief in accordance with external factors.
A variation of this definition used for the study of conscious subordination as personally appropriate choices, can be the following definition.
Submission is a mental activity, involving a conscious change in the individual’s behavior and/or belief in accordance with the influence of external factors and soprano-edema cognitive-emotional evaluation of what is happening.
It is important to emphasize that, despite the identified main directions of interpretations of the concept of “submission” in explanatory dictionaries of the Russian language (obedience as a transition in a situation of dependence to and as a condition and discipline as behavior change), the proposed psychological definition of to is seen in only one of these values – the value of behavior change. Such differentiation as to status and to in a separate step gives the possibility of its universalization, the application of psychological to of the construct to explain various kinds of power situations regardless of the status of the relationship of subject and object of power, considering these relationships only as conditions that affect the submission.

Adolescence is the time between physiological maturity and social. These are two fundamentally different “threshold” which is divided in an archaic society. Puberty, according to anthropological wisdom, this period initiatiating rituals in traditional societies. The structure of initiation in archaic society, the classic definition of A. van Gennep, is based on a three-part scheme: the ritual isolation of the individual from the collective — border period (phase ritual of death) — reincorporate in the team, but already in new quality. “If the complete scheme of rites of transition theoretically comprises preliminary rites (separation), laminarnykh (gap), postliminary (on), this does not mean that in practice there is a balance of three groups according to their value or the extent of their development” [van Gennep, 2002, p. 15].

The initiatory procedure type of later societies (as we can no longer talk about traditional initiation, which it documented in the communities of primitive type) can retain their basic structural elements and features, although acquire a certain specialization of social groups, as well as a partial reduction of. There was transitional rites military class, the clergy, and also craft of male initiation. Women’s ritual passage from one social status to another usually were associated with changes in biological or social, i.e. fixed and the nature of the relationship with other people. Anyway, existential (or mythological) space of the individual can change only in the initiatic act, mythological, existential (or in the event that is meaningful to those later).

 

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  1. Thus, we can distinguish the following types of interpretations of the concept of “submission” in the dictionaries:
    – through the state, often defined as dependent, having some duration (“to be, is subordinated, dependent position”);
    through behaviour change under the influence of power (“to obey, to come in obedience, to walk according to anything”);
    – using the state change associated with the lack of freedom and belonging to something or someone (“to obey, to switch to dependent status”).
    While the generalized character of the vocabulary of the language is outside the subordination de-ing on the status of the subject and object of power, which significantly expands the scope of its definition. Opposite trend to narrowing and specification of the concept of “submission” is found in the proc-tions and references.

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  2. So, acceptance, submission, compliance and public self-presentation, as well as docility and suggestibility as a form of behavioural change can be observed in cases of both group and individual pressure. In addition, to the of the individual to the pressure of groups can be also been other ideas where by his personal characteristics (humility, the need for to) or carried out, provided that the group formally endowed with authority. Possibly, as a consequence of this semantic intersection has been the emergence of definitions of perception, combining the characteristic features of acquiescence and subordination to authority. For example, in some sources the submission is defined as “a form of compliance that occurs when people follow direct commands, usually coming from someone authoritative”, “assignment in response to the order person of authority” or as “yielding to others, to their demands, commands and needs”. Sometimes the term “assignment” is also used in regard to the assignment of the individual pressure of majority.

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  3. In view of the above-mentioned differences in the definition of “submission” in psychology, as well as discrepancies the field of definition of the psychological and non-technical words-RAH it would be interesting to address logical reason, chosen to define subordination in data sources. The results of the analysis of the logical foundations of the definitions of “submission” presented in the table.
    The basis for allocating the notion of “obedience” in reference and training literature

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