1990'4, p.91
Rozin M. V.
Attitude to parents and family conflicts in adolescent subculture

One of parent-child connection's aspects- adolescents' (members' of contr-cultural formations) attitude to and conflicts with their parents-is considered. It is shown that there is certain set of norms in adolescent subculture determining "real un-formalists'" interrelations with their parents. Such dramatic romantic results of conflicts as leaving one's home or being put into psychiatric institution heighten one's status among peers. The author's studies show some ways of psychocorrection work with prone to conflicts adolescents.