1992'1, p.14
Kagan V. E.
Totalitarian consciousness and a child: Family upbringing

The structurte of totalitarian consciousness consisting of three levels (general psychological, personal and socio-cultural) is analysed. The socio-cultural level formation is considered as a problem of identification and re-identification of personality. The main effects of totalitarian consciousness in family upbringing are described and analysed. It is necessary to promote special research and practical programmes to ensure personal development and to prevent totalitarism revival.