FAMILY LIFE IN CENTRAL ASIA: PROBLEMS OF FATHERS AND CHILDREN
Mirzakhmedov Abdirashid Mamasidikovich
doctor of philosophical science, Associate Professor of the Department of Social Sciences Namangan Engineering Technological Institute.
Mirzakhmedov Khurshid Abdirashidovich
doctoral student of the department “Fundamentals of Spirituality and Law” of Namangan state university.
Abdukholikova Nasiba Alizhanovna
doctoral student of the department “Social Sciences” Namangan Engineering Technological Institute.
Abstract. The article presents the results of an anthropological analysis of the social life of a modern family. It is immersed in deep socio-economic and demographic problems, which are complicated by the impact of globalization and information technology. Analyzing the transformational processes of family relations, the author comes to the conclusion that in the modern family there is “alienation” of generations, the gap between parents and children, which affects the traditional ethno-confessional foundations of the family. We are talking about the foundations of the national mentality of the peoples of the region about intergenerational relationships between children and their parents, the transformation from a macro-family to a nuclear one.
Keywords: Globalization, transformation of family relations, parents and children, “break” or conflict, family tolerance.