SOCIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECT OF INTERGENERATIONAL COMMUNICATION

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List of sections: 
Germanic languages
Mounth / Year: 
2013, March
Issue of the journal: 
1
Pages: 
45-47
Type of the article: 
Scientific article
Abstract: 

Intergenerational relations, as fundamental part of human experience, with the concept of "age stereotypes" and means of older people’s stereotyping are analyzed in article. Within the framework of this study the attention to the general stereotypes about the old age and other communicative phenomena, associated with the old age, is also paid. The use of certain clich?s and stereotypic statements with respect to any group of people is relevant sociolinguistic question.

Keywords: 
intergenerational relationships, age-related stereotypes, intergenerational conflict, intergenerational contract, generation gap
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