Psychological and legal problems for ensuring human rights

Author/s Vitalii Y. Bocheliuk, Serhii F. Denysov, Tetiana A. Denysova, Viktoria M. Palchenkova, Nikita S. Panov
Publishing Year 2020 Issue 2020/1 Language English
Pages 11 P. 235-245 File size 109 KB
DOI 10.3280/RISS2020-001014
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The article considers the psychological and legal problems of ensuring human rights. It has been established that the problem of protecting human rights is in the first place in the world. Violation of the psychological comfort of a person can occur in various spheres of life (production, exchange, consumption, distribution, etc.). At the same time, the psychological and legal aspect of ensuring human rights is worrisome, because around this problem there are a considerable number of unresolved issues, in particular at the legislative level. Attention is focused on the fact that the problem of disturbing the psychological balance of modern man lies mainly in the globalized component of the modern way of people's lives. It is specified that the problem of ensuring human rights can be solved by a consensus of both psychologists, legal scholars, and public organizations as well. At the same time, a person can resort to self-adaptive self-regulation. The prospects for further research are to explore the possibilities of securing the psychological and legal sup-port of human rights at the legislative level.

Keywords: Psychological human rights, violation of psychological human rights, self-adaptive self-regulation, psychological support.

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Vitalii Y. Bocheliuk, Serhii F. Denysov, Tetiana A. Denysova, Viktoria M. Palchenkova, Nikita S. Panov, Psychological and legal problems for ensuring human rights in "RIVISTA DI STUDI SULLA SOSTENIBILITA'" 1/2020, pp 235-245, DOI: 10.3280/RISS2020-001014