CHARACTERISTICS OF MULTIETHNIC TEAM. FORMATION OF NATIONAL STEREOTYPES

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CHARACTERISTICS OF MULTIETHNIC TEAM. FORMATION OF NATIONAL STEREOTYPES

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Kavtidze Eduard, Lagvilava Giorgi

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The basis for emergence of national attitude should be sought in formation of national stereotypes. As a rule, national (ethnic) stereotype is recognized as schematic picture of personal (autostereotype) or other`s (heterostereotype) ethnic society, describing a simplified knowledge regarding the psychological and other properties and conduct of representatives of some specific people.

This is stable and emotionally colored opinion about one nation, about other person or about self. The same psychological complex according to its attitude towards representative of some particular nation might be called spontaneity or irresponsibility, reasonable economics or anger, strength of character or stubbornness. Often national stereotype constitutes primitive judgment: a concept hard to understand, as a rule is concretized by means of available, real picture and the concept of national phenomenon is decreased by adjustment one or several similar properties.

Keywords

Multiethnic team
national stereotypes
national phenomenon
simplified knowledge
different groups.

Authors

Kavtidze Eduard, Lagvilava Giorgi

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