2000'5, p.48
Sidorenkov A. V.
Christianity values and youth socialization in modern Russia

Christianity values alongside with those of non-Christianity in modern Russian youth consciousness and their impact upon youth socialization have been studied. 400 senior students research showed that their ethic and moral values associated with Christianity culture include Christianity substructure as well as non-Christianity substructure values. The substructures are in principle different in substance and negligibly in volume and in importance. Social-psychological adaptation in academic group, social roles acquiring and professional self-determination are more successful with schoolchildren equally directed towards Christianity and non-Christianity values as well. At that those who are dominated by the latter are much more happy about their social life.